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Popular With Everybody. Rich people like it because of its unequalled goodness ; poor people prefer it because even the cheapest grade makes Delicious, Wholesome Tea. Prices to Suit All. 1/6 1/8 1/10 2/tiger tea New Soft FELT ;HATS for Mens i Summer Wearing. Made in Great Britain for > the Great British People! & All Fur —Novel Shapes —Light Weights Moderate Prices Well Ventilated, RUFF SOFT FELTS. As shown above. A favorite style with Young Men. Colors— Grey, Bronze, Clay, Black, and the following shades of Brown, which is the popular color: Seal Brown, Nut Brown, and Chocolate. Prices, 12/6, 15/, 17/6, 21/. SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELTS. Llama finish, turned-over edge, flat set brim. Colors—Dark Brown, Rembrandt, Nut Blown, Bronze, Kediz, Neptune, Slate. 10/6. Smooth Soft Felts. A Very Dressy and Comfortable Hat. Plain turned-up edge. Colors—Nut Brown, Grey, Maschio, and Bronze. 10/6. \ The City Man’s Soft Felt. I THE PRINCEPS. ) Small, smart shape, with full curled brim. Colors—Mole, Brown, and Garrick. 10/6. ; J. & J. Arthur, Ld. Merchant Tailors and Men’s Mercers, t > 12, 14, 16 and 18 . , George Street.

TWO FAMOUS 'is ftt«K ■me auHiTjg S«rt SSfi 'is R K PAT R J C K We’re Awake to Sleeper’s Wants! “Restwell” Pyjamas Are the Acme of Comfort. Soft, Fleecy, Good Wearing. 8 dozen only MEN’S PYJAMAS, mader from a specially woven Cloth, closelg resembling the famous Viyella Clot!p They are all in clean-looking with "White grounds, and have neaT stripes in Blue, Helio, and Reseda; and for those who are looking for a comfortable yet inexpensive night Garment, there is nothing better to be had. They are so delightfully soft that your comfort is assured between the hours of 11 a.in. and G p.m. GET A SUIT TO-DAY. Price, 8/6! Two for 16/-! Brown, Ewing and Co., Ltd., THE MERCERS, DUNEDIN. m 0 \ % t; i V i >. t t . f j ! f> 4

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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