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HEAVY IMPORTS. Heavy Imports this season. Show room goods especially. The English summer was simply a continuation of winter. Consequently there was poor trade in summer goods. Both manufacturers and warehousemen were left with heavy stocks. > They held a big clirabing-down-price competition. Some of them went down so far our buyer could resist no longer. Consequently he bought. Consequently we must sell. We are forced to organise a great hunt for the nimble sixpence. Come and see us hunt it. We will hunt it with shillingsworths ! Bring some sixpences and wo will try to catch them. You may possibly find it funny. Ynu will certainly find it profitable. Do you want to dress cheaply and well V Try our ready-to-wear garments. Our ladies’ Blouses at 3s lid, 6s 6d and 7s 6d are miracles at the money. Our White Muslin and Embroidery Blouses at 9s 6d & 12s 6d arc , a restyle at velation of quality and moderate prices. Our Ladies’ Complete Cotton Dresses, skirt and blouse to match,; from 18s 6d, will sell like ripe cherries ; they only, require to be seen. Our Ladies’ Dresses, flannel and Tweed, from 25s Gd. Just think of the Dressmakers’ charges, and then think of a complete dress ready to put on at 25 s 6d ! ! ! Try one of 50 Ladies’ Trimmed Hats at 15s 6d. Don’t think the quality is low or the shape obsolete. For our own credit, we see that both are right. W'e simply must sell the goods-. We simply are going to sell the goods. The goods are right, and the price is so right you must buy. ■Watch our “Odds and Ends’’ advertisement in the Southland News. From week to week you will find there something specially attractive. Chiefly, we want to attract YOU, but then we feel pretty sure that if you are attracted you will be glad vou were attracted. THOMSON & BEATTIE (Ltd).

Our Guarantee Goes with every Cycle we sell,, and our reputation for honest work is worth something to you—EE. A* LADBROOKi Tay-St

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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