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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 30,000 RIPE BAXANAS, 30 for Is. 2 TONS RHUBARB. 2d lb. CUCUMBERS (Hothouse), u each. Aiparagiis, Green Pews, Now Potatoes, ami California!! Onions. ,2,000 Fresh. Guiliflowers, Id, 2d, 3d, and 4d each. 100 tins Clover Honey, 3* Set 10!b tin. ~~jl G. ESSEX AND CO., _ 2i« Fruit and Produce Merchants, 206 PUIXCES STREET. D.S.A". VERY SPECIAL LINES FOR THE HOLIDAY, TO-MORROW We will offer the following remarkable lines suitable for Holiday "Wear. They consist of Odd Lots and Special Purchases., and are honestly T-ortli double the money iit most 18 Ladies' Crept Coshmics. .Coats and Skirts), in Brown, Tan. and Champagne only, 8s lid each. 15 Ladies' Zephyr, Crepe, etc., One-piccc Frocks, 6-s lid. 12 Oirl3* and Maids' Sponge Cloth One-pieSe Procks, 3s lid. 17 Ladies' Shantung Silk One-piece Frocks, very pretty styles, various kinds, 15s 6d, 17s 6d, 21s. 12 Ladies' Grey and Fawn Tweed Costumes, fill good shapes, ;url boruc silk-lined. 17.4 6d e.:eh €• dczn; Striped Cambric Blouses, with Ikmstitched Polo Collar*. 2s 6d each. SO dozen Lace NcAwear, Costume Collars, Jabot*, and Pin. On?, 1-. 25 dozen Manufacuuf ;■'•* Ssmii'c Sroekin"*, plain openwork and wh'i .-silk tlos, Is to 2s 6d a paii'. ASK TO SEE THESE LINE'; THEY ARE GREAT BARGAINS. DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, GEORGE STREET. TjTYERYTHING in the Latest Styles and JCi Novelties in Spring Goods now showing at T. Eos»'s. i LATEST Muslin Bloimw from 2s 11* ! Flowered Crepe Blouses, 3s lid; Pretty ! Voile Blouses, 6a lid: Dainty Silk Blouses, j 7s 6d. i NEWEST Sports Coats, in al! the lat»*t ! cheeks and sharks, lrcm 15s 6:1. j Feather Boaa from 3s lid. I PRETTY Lisie Embroidered rfo«e from Is 3d; Silk Ankle black, whits, tan. Is lid. At T. Ross's. 0/|-GLINtA Iron-frame Piano, bvHaake; j Oil wonderful tone; hand Homo appear- | mice; 5s weekly paymenU. Holden, lionilOß SALE, lour-roomed House, T!i:-e j Acres of Lund; fniit trees, outhouses; j £190; easy terms. Apply Box 21. Alexandra, i I UMBER Two-speed Free Engine, ; new; cost £35; take £3B: owner j leaving. "Hitmber.'* 'Star' Office. WILL Boys who called 327 LoitU street \ with dog Monday night rail njinin; ; lOOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson's — f >*o. 10 is safest, because purest and Lest, - ] ■ tumes, Stylish Millinery, holiday | prices: open every evening until 9 o'clock, j Horned and Stevens, The British Drapers, ■ 275 George street. S* A Meetins will be. held ! on Saturday niirht at 7.30. i
tl Requirements at. L.-udlaw and „/s. —Chicken Food, Grit, Crushed ice Killer. Order to-day. "IALF Meal ensures growth and health -..-' equal to new milk. On suit- at Laidlaw ii rid Gray's. /"10W Drench.—One iU<so may save a valu- "-<' able animal: quick ;:nd safe; sure reHilts. Laidlaw and Gray'.*. [7"INGS may be blessed, but Tarn waa IV glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky. .TEN'S new Cotawuld Sport Suits, 25« 6d, JL 42s 6d, 555, 655; see Octagon window. New Zealand Cktluug Factory. Tl/irN'sTsniarfc Tweed Sic Suits, ready to %/r EN'S »•< J.TM. wear, •■ land Clothing Factory. BOYS' YVusliir.t,' Taiiilv To;;.-, 3* 11(1, -Is lid, 5s lid," 6i lid: 'Varsity Knickers, As lid, 6s. New Zealand Clothing Factory. MEN'S smart Kainceats, Evardri make, exclusively ours, 42s 6d, '»7s 6d, 57a 6d, 70s. 77s 6d. New Zealand Clothins Factory. "TTERE'S to you and yours. Drink it >u XX Watson's N>> 10, ami do honor to Ilic occasion. . Weekly News,' Is each, now vu sale at Duncan and Simpson's MINORCA Brand Waterglass keeps Eggs Fresh for 12 months; never hardens yolk; Is. Marshalls Pharmacy. HE. BEVERIDGE—New Spring Goods: • excellent variety in Blouses, Effect Millinery, New Neckwear, >i"cw Gloves; latest in Costumes, Robe Dresses, Sports Coats, Ladies* Silk Coats, Umbrellas, Fancy Hosiery. George «dreat. Dunedin. WANTED Known—Scott's Influenza Mixture is a safe, certain, and speedy remedy; 2s 6d. Scott's Pharmacy. Fit Up Shops, we do it well, and at , . moderate cost I Patttllu-. shoplifters, Jtoray place. ay be a small thing in wood, but _, Pattillos will make it cheaply. Moray place. ; A WAY with dull car?! and sorrow! Wat'jA. sea's No. 10 comfort and u brighter outlook. IE Basement Hmrdressuig Saloon, uwkt new nvmagement; every' l,; "" nf f,ln st. Eloctric Massaging a i MES WILLIAMS, Stafford street, has large stock Gents' Second-hand Evening and Sac Suits For Sale Cheap. HE Standard of Quality—Black Mackay Whisky. MABTIN3, Octagon.—Great time for bargains in Furniture. Cally early. Ends, 2* lid, 33 lid up; Rugs %J reduced to 6s; Carpets from 355. MarUCHESSE Chests, 355; Tile Waahstands, 19a 6d, 27g 6d, up to 70s. Martina, Octagon. £*g%>y 10b-—Nearly new walnut iron-frame, cb/9l trichord Piuno; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. nCCLOOKCLO'IHS from 2s 3d running yard; X? Linoleums from 3* 3d; Islaids, 3s 6d J?"l O *" 8 - - English Piano; suit beginner; SUXrW sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, OcUjjon. B jn*dicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendly nip—Watson's No. 10 Whisky. BE sure you drink the best Whisky— Black Mackay. ,ITffA*D3ON , S No. 10 is si litt'o dearor thim l Tf IDC3t whiskies, but is. worth the int-nejf« -GUINEA Miller Organ, sold walnut, jLt? mirror back; eight stops, powerful tone; easy payments Holden, Octagon. 7TJITB Paper for Wrappinjt-up For Sale. -Apply 'Star' Office, Bond street.
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