mi is now gc e . _ a ii s it 20 pieces DOUBLE-WIDTH DRESS MATERIAL, in Greys, Greens, Regular value, 2/6 to 2/11. Now clearing at 1/ a, yard. 6 pieces onlv FINE STRIPED FRENCH DRESS MATERIAL, suitable for Dresses or Coats; in Greys, Navy, and Light Brown, with fine White stripe. Regular value, 2/6 per yard. Now clearing at 9§eJ yard. >ED PIQUE SKIRTS, smart style; in Grey and White, and Black and White stripe. Worth 10/6. Clearing at 3/11 each. A CORSET CLEARANCE I Splendid Lot of WARNER'S CORSETS, good medium shape; sizes 20 to 27. Usually' 8/6. Clearing at 3/0 per pair. BUMMER TWEED COSTUMES, in Light Greys and Light Fawns. A nice servieeablo Costume for everyday wear. Regular prices were up to 85/6. Clearing at 11/6 each. UNTREHMED STRAW HAT SHAPES, all this Season's styles ctv«L la-tesi shapes ; in. Chip and other Straws. Usual prices, o/Q to 0/6. Clearing at 1/, 1/6, 1/11, and 2/S. CHILDREN'S STRAW: HATS, plain or with br-nd. Regular prices, 2/11 to 5/11. Dozens of them to choose from. Clearing at Oil, Bd, 1/, and 1/8. STYLISH BLOUSES, in Check Ratine, White piques collars, the fasliionable- low "Y"-cut neck. Regular price, o/11. Reduced to SMART BLOUSES IN JAPANESE CREPE, in fine stripes; low "V 5, -cufc neck, with collar. To be cleared off at 2/11. PRINT BLOUSES, a good,..serviceable Blouse, neat and nicely made. Jobbing off at 1/11 each. WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES, either with collar or low neck, m pretty embroidered effects, long or threequarter sleeves. Now clearing at 1/11 and 3/0. ONE-PIECE DRESSES.—In Onepiece Dresses wo are making. a resular clearance. As ah exampfe. a Fine Quality Toil© Muslin Onepiece Dress, in. Grey, witji a faint stripe, trimmed emerald buttons, medium neck, with collar aaid bow j good cut, not too tight. Regular value, 12/6. Now 6/11. MILLINERY. SMART READYt TO-WEAR HATS, in Tagals and Chips, trimmed corded ribbon; also some with floral crowns. Regular prices, 10/6 to 16/6. Now, clearing at 2/11. / TRIMMED HATS.—Wo have, only about two dozen of these left, including fashionable styles in Straw, Aerophane, etc. ; \-arious/ colors, smartly trimmed. The' regular prices were 14/6 to 32/6. Now clearing at 3/11, 4/11* aM' 5/11. .FLORAL MUSLIN, 6 pieces onlj; mostly small patterns in Heliotropes Blue, etc., on White ground. Regular prices, 8-Jd to 1/ per yard. Clearimr. at fl-Jti per yard.
M PMS m BROWN, EWING'S POPULAR «m«ii^ if « 111 Mil M OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL BUYING ADVANTAGES TO ALL. ■ HERE ARE SOME SPLENDID BARGAINS IN BOYS' AND YOUTHS' OVERCOATS. Typical of Hundreds Throughout tfm Departments. EVERY COAT WORTH DOUBLE THE PRICE. HUB SEETHEM! BOYS' TWEED OVERCOATS, fit boys .4 to 8 years. 'Prices, 5/11, 8/11. BOYS'"TWEED OVERCOATS, fit boys 9 to 14 years. Prices, 10/S, 15/, 17/0. YOUTHS' TWEED OVERCOATS, fit . youths 14 to J 8 years. Prices, 13/6. 17/6 to 25/. "' 20 only BOYS' STRONG NAVY. /; WORSTED SERGE NORFOLK SUITS, "y real good solid stuff ; sizes S to ]6. Regular prices were 1.3/6 to 31/6. Sale price, 13/31* SCHOOLBOYS' KNICKERS, ' In Dark Grey Saddle Tweed, with plain knees. Sizes 3 to 6. 7to 9. 10 to 12..- , 3/5 3/8 3/11' ■*/ PRINCES STREEI Xa%y Easiness' Centre}
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