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LADY'S COSTUME. In the pretty dimitics, lawns. batis tes and organdies, which all make dresses for the sumlnmer, a simple de sign is always more appropriate than the more elaborate and fussy models. The bodice is tucked in clusters. The spaces between the tucks afford good opportunity for hand embroidery or lace insertion. Charming transfer de signs in sprays of flowers can be had
for embruoidcring. The skirt consists of 'five gores. Attached to this is It gathered flounce having three tucks and a straight lower edge. M. Thorp and Co.. sole agents,; 91 "ollins-street,- Melbourne, have But terick's paper pattern 3857,-in, sizes from 32 to 40 inches bust measure. Price, posted, 1/2. . 'Love may be.hlind; but there is no better oculist than marriage.