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! LADIES' BURBERRY HATS. We have just received a shipment of these Very Useful HATS, and we venture to say they will sell like the proverbial hot cakes. We are showing eight differents siiapes, maimed as follows : — 'Tne Ladles' Panama 1 'The Windsor' 'The Ride Astride' 'The Lancaster.' "Tiio Burberry," 'The Cooderham.' 'Tne Duchess.' 'The Cowboy.' These hats are made in the NEWEST BURBERRY TWEEDS, such as Birds ' Nest Heaitiher, and mixed tweeds in shades. of green, brown, and grey, rand the colours are so beautifully harmonised that the hats may be worn with any colour costume. The mounts are exceptionally fine, and consist of \ all the lovely plaffla^e of the various Kami: Hrds. The prices range from Mr to hZo e.acß. BURBERRY COATS FOR WOMEN! These garments are the most serviceable for WINTER WEAR and are a safe investment. BURBERRY GARMENTS are light and warm, and : Lieutenant Shack Jeton and his party found the BURBERRY of 7 " the utmost use in Antarctica. We are showing a full range of BURBERRY COATS. In GREY "AIRLIGHT" CLOTH with wool lining:. At £4 17s 6. In STRIPED GiARBARDINE, with slip-on sleeves At £5 17s 6d. In DARK GREY, with slip on sleeves lined- throughout. At £6 6s. In EAWN WOOL SLIMBER, light and dark, with wool linings throughout. At £6 6s. SEMI-FITTING FAWN GARBARDINE, seven-eights length, beautifully cut and finished. At £5 15s 6. In BURBERRY WATERPROOFED TWEEDS, in dark brown 'mixtures, half-lined with Italian Cloth . At £6 17s 6d. In BROWN DIAGONAL TWEED, heavy weight, with slip-on sleeves ■ for driving- or motoring-. At £6 cts 6d. TWEED MOTOR' COATS, slip-on : sleeves, lined throughout with camel fleece. At £10 ibs. In GREEN MIXTURE TWEEDS, with green leather linings attach- . Ed, seven-eights length. At £13 13s. In GREEN GARBARDINE with small violet line, complete slip-on coat, 1 half-lined silk, with violet kid lining to attach by patent' fastenings. At £15 15s: Kirkcaldie & Stains, im. DEPARTMENT 10. Wellington

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Grey River Argus, 27 May 1909

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