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Mrs. WALSn, of the Hawera Refreshment Booms, tells how an eighteenpenliy bottle of Fluenzol, in a few minutes cured her girl of a cough, and how her husband (Enginedriver Walsh) was cured of a bad sore throat with a few teaspoonful gargle 3 from th« same bottle. Take undiluted Fluenzol in teaspoonful gargles at short intervals and a bottle will last a long time. lis

A LAWN MOWER for 22/6. Good and serviceable. Better qualities—--27/6, 35/, 45/, 55/. RAKES. From 1/. SPADES. From 2/. FORKS. From 2/6. GARDEN TROWELS. 6d. GARDEN FORKS. 6d. GARDEN SYRINGES. From 2/. LADIES' GARDEN GLOVES. From 10d. WATERING CANS, all sizes at lowest prices. WIRE NETTING, GARDEN HOSE, etc. ■£ 39 GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon).

for the Ladies of South Dunedin.. Most Women keenly appreciate the comfort .afforded by Light, Cool Underwear in Summer. "THE HUB," as usual, has a fine lot of Desirable Garments not too dear, and yet ol really excellent quality. Mere are a few of the things now in daily demand; and the values are splendid! Loincloth Nightdresses, trimmed embroidery or lace, with turned-down collar or square neck. Surprising value! 2/9, 3/11, 4/11. and 5/11. Longeloth Nightdresses, in line qualities, beautifully trim mod, with dainty hue or embroidery, and some very pretty effect* in lace yokes, in square or " V " shape ; full si/.c.s. 6/11, 7 6, 3/6, 9/11, 10/9 to 13/6. Chemises, in Calico or Longcloth, trimmed embroidery or lace, t'ancv vokes, etc. 1/11$, 2/3, 2/11, 3/6, up to 7/6. Longeloth Knickers, in fine quality, with embroidery or lace frill. 2/9, 2/11, 3/3, 3/11, 4/6, np to 7/6. Girls' Knickers, in Longeloth, finished embroidery or lace; 0 to 6. 1;11$i 2/3, 2/6, up to 3/9. According to size. Camisoles, in fine Longeloth and Madapolam, with dainty effects in insertion and embroidery; " V " shape or sqnaro neck. 1/11*, 2/6, 2/11, 3,8, 3/11 4/11, and 5/6. Ladies' White Cotton Vests, short sleeves. The fine quality so popular for summer wear! S*d, 1/I*, 1/3, 1/6. Ladies' White Vests, silk mixture, short sleeves. 1/11*, 2/3, and ff/6. Princess Petticoats, for wear with one-piece dresses, beautifully made, nicely finished with embroidery. 4/11, 7/11, 8/6, 11/9, and 16/11. SPECIAL! White Underskirts, in really splendid quality, but rather wide for the present fashion. These are m fine Longeloth, with neat flounce of embroidery. The regular prices were- from 8/0 to lri/0 W" arc offering them at 2/11 each. See window. SOUTH DUNEDIN. Drapery Supply Assocn.

Ready-to-Wear *§miMlDKi Made on the Premises by Expert Tailors From 3 Guineas. Skilful tailoring of the very highest order goes imo my Ready-to-wear] Tailor-made Costumes. The same goou j ■workmanship, the sanw painstaking care, j the same attention to detail as marks tho i most expensive tailored-xo-ovder cos- j tumo. arc embodied in them. And therr-j suit? Just this: Though ready to wear i and low in price, they look well, tit j well, and wear in a manner that one | would expect from a costume costing; j double. All sizes available. If pre- j ferred, costumes made to your order. -*;^l Next D.S.A., George street. N order to have the 'Star' out in time, it is found impossible to (.1 Advertisements ili;ii. come in after After this hour they caiinof. be c'av Wc would therefore request Aclvrrti.sc kindly bear this in mind, and send in

KEEP ON SEWING. More Hev/iug to b > done than ever. More need for sn Easy Bunning, Up-to-Date Machine. BUY A "WHITE" .nd Join the Happy Band of Satisfied Users. Catalogue Tree. *~ t-. BEWnio MACHINES. lUCYCLES. W. MELVILLE, 56 "%£* Ounedin. '^■•^WtMrVlW.'iaa^^'WW Tliis Remarkable, Sale of Laidlaw and Gray's will bo responsible for renewed interest in buying To-day we. have selected from our Stock the following Special Lines:—DUCHESSE CHESTS AND SUITES. These we will absolutely sacrifice,. in order to make it worth your while placing- your Order with us. Huge Stock of furniture, Linoleums, Carpets, Crockery, Cutlery, Tools, Lawn Mowers, Hose, Etc., Etc., at Lowest City Prices! Again wo are unable to cite definite sizes and prices. But if you have missed coming during the preceding days you can come To-day. Splendid Economies in Every Department at .^Hjyij-r^^T RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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