think you< 'of these splendid. >The Ladies of South Dunedm, ‘are having a great tfrae—thpseJ •of them who arc sharing thei > Mammoth Bargains at the* * Ever-popuiar hi W ffWTm 99tWe can only' print particufi.. < ( of a few of the Tremendously f |Low-priced Clearing Lots, butc you should come and seeA '"what’s doing” for yourself l( .ADIES ’ UNTR I M M E D < STRAW HAT SHAPES, mf Tagal and Chip, White and Champagne; all) good shapes. Regular 5/11 to 10/6. All to be< cleared at 1/6 and 1/11 each. < ‘LADIES’ BOWEN HATS, thc> Fashionable Summer Hats.v The new shape with the<" slightly turned up edge. J Usual 6/6 quality', deduced) to 1/6 each. p •HUNDREDS OF SPRAYS OF\ FLOWERS. Clearing at 3d/ and 6d per spray. Worth \ from four times to eight ) times the price. s STILL A FEW LEFT OF THE? GREAT CORSET BARGAIN.) WARNER’S FAMOUS COR-S SETS, sizes 20 to 26 only: v Good medium shape, with 1 four suspenders. UsuallyC sold at 8/6.. Clearing at 3/6 each. 1 LITTLE GIRLS’ WASHING, BONNETS, nice embroidered} style, for the Summer. These/ are slightly soiled. Regular! prices, 2/11 to 4/11. Clearing at 1/6 each. Rare Chance to get a Dress-’ ing Jacket at a Fraction of! the Usual Price !—I dozen' only LADIES’ DRESSING, JACKETS, in various stydes plain or figured Japanese* Crepe. Molleton, and other ' light materials. • Former l ) prices were up to 5/* 1 and 6/1 1. Now going at Half a 1 Crown each. XITTLE GIRLS’ HATS. Dozens of very.’ fine Chip Straws,, nice shapes, White, Tuscan, 1 and Saxe. Regular value,’ 3/11. Clearing at 1/. CLEARING LOT OF, 36 ONE-PIECE WASHING/ FROCKS, for Ladies. Thei Materials of these smart, Frocks include Colored, Striped Pique, Striped Cambric, Zephyrs, Crepe, Voiles, Sponge Cloths, etc. All goocH styles; some with basque, and some without. Usual prices, 8/6 to 25/. All going ; at 4/11 each. A FEW OF THE BARGAINS IN< THE FANCY DEPARTMENT. ‘COLORED VEILJNGS, Green* and Light Navy only'. Former, prices, 1/ to per yard. Clearing at Id per yard. 'LADIES’ COLORED CASH- 1 MERE HOSE, fine quality, in Plain Green Cashmere, with, embroidered clocks. Casual, 2/6 quality' clearing at 10£ d/ per pair. , LADIES’ FABRIC GLOVES,, splendid quality in Imitation Suede, Pastels, and Light* Beavers. Formerly 1/3 and > 1/6 per pair. Nov/ 104 d. .LADIES’ COSTUME COLLARS, quite the newest' stydes, in Muslin and Pique. l Formerly' 2/6 to 2/11. Clearing at each. ’LACE SUNSHINE COLLARS,’ beautiful quality, and very' dainty patterns. Formerly, I/11 and 2/6. Now all at10id. 1 TORCHON patterns inches l" LACE, splendid width from I- to Now clearing at } 3 per dozen yards. : COTTON ARMURES, lovely? soft Dress Material, with a very fine cord, beautiful mercerised finish ; 40m wide. Colors—Navy. Saxe, Grey', Salmon, Champagne, Royal, and Light Brown, also Black. Regular value, 1/11$ pe; yard. Sale price, 1/3'. >_ 4 oin SPONGE CLOTH, in Saxe, ' Mole, Pink, and White. Just the correct weight for Coats. Usual 3 16 quality clearing at 1/8 per vard. .CHEVIOT' SERGES, 4 oin, in Pastel shades. Usually 216 per yarrh _ at Sfd. anngd IN \ ‘2. smart, popular shapes. W--3/11 and 4/6. Now cleann at 1 /It each. FIVE SPECIAL LINES 1 MEN’S SHIRTS. Striped Ceydon, with Linen bands. Sizes to i6l 3/6 quality' for _l/11. Striped Tennis Shirts, Cream ground, with colored stripe, Linen bands. 4/6 for 2/11. Cambric Shirt patterns, Linen 4/11 quality now quality Striped pretty bands. 2/S. Striped Zephyr Shirts, Linen* bands, famous Duro Dye] Make. Usual prices, and 5/6. Now 3/8. White and Cream Tennfas Shirts,' with colored stripe,, collars attached. Regular} value, 3/u and 4/ II- Re v duced to 2/11 and 3/6. argain^Time the Popular at !ub Sale! South Dunedin ■Drapery Supply Assn Ld^
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