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THE WHISKY" okdjstihcj/oh SayWH£N,M* >.W' * m -€3 I m. HE DISILLtERS XOMPAN^UMiI6;i> EDINBURGH' e 0= :o----9 SOMETHING NEWS o HUDSONS o A£ & Caraioap Biscuits! bs=Q ri> i » AXMINSTER CAEPET WITH ART BORDERS AND RUNNERS TO MATCH. The New British Manufacture. We have also a Special Selection of INDIAN AND PERSIAN RUCS AND SQUARES In All Sizes. PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY. CASEMENT CURTAINS THE VERY LATEST IN MATERIALS, BORDERS, AND EDGINGS, INCLUDING CHOICE POPLINS AND The New Swiss Nets, WITH LACE EDGE AND INSERTIONS TO MATCH. STYLE, QUALITY, AND PRICE—RIGHT. SCOUUAR & CHISHOLM, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN, lay Street, Invercargill. /ft SUMMER SALE OF Footwear jrrr You have heard a lot lately about the increased price of HI Shoe Leather, but you don’t need to worry about that. Tu We are here to demonstrate to you and convince you that good, reliable Boots and Shoes are just as cheap to-day as ever they were. One interesting point about our goods lies in the fact that THE QUALITY IS UNIMPEACHABLE; a still more interesting point is the fact that you can get a BETTER SELECTI&N and BETTER VALUE at THE ALWAYS BUSY SHOE STORE than at any other Shoe Store in this City, Try dealing with us for your pocket’s sake. W. Harris & Son "THE ALWAY? BUSY" SHOE STORES, 212-214 G_ * a Where you get the LEATHER-SOLED, DAMP-RESISTING SANDALS. I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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