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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FIRSTOF THE SEASON. GOOSEBERRIES, GREEN PEAS, NEW POTATOES, HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, ASPARAGUS, CUCUMBERS, ETC. Annuals Reduced in Price. WC. RUFFEXL, GEORGE STREET. • 'l'oi o err* HERE IS AN INSTANCE OUR VALUE IN LADIES' SHOES. AN EXAMPLE OF THE SPECIAL QUALITY AND STYLE WHICH DISTINGUISHES ALL OUR FOOTAsk for >'umbcr 210, Glace Kid Anklet. Bar Shoes, at 13s 6d; or if you want a good, neat Lacc-up Shoe at tlio earne price, No. 328 is the best shoe to be had at tho same price. BOSTOCK'S, CLARK'S. CAMEO, DAPHNE, ASHLEIGH, and many other makes and brands nre to lie found in our stock line* at prices io suit everybody. Tan Lace and Button Shoe?, American styles, neat and natty goods. All (styles shown in our windows. Our Number 105 is a Man's Stout- Chrome Derby Lace Boot, stout sole, and solid in wear. Tho price is 17s 6d per pair. Wo do not guarantee in ;i month's time io sell those at the same pric<\ Should you want a Ladies' Lace-up Boot, Derby front, round or square toe*, good summer school boots for girls, ask for Number 340. at 15s 6d. ISLIT AND WATT, 148 GEORGE STREET. WE FOLLOWING PASTRYCOOKS Iwve agreed to CLOSE THEIR PREMISES on MONDAY. 26th (Labor Day): " Brown's," Stock Exchange, W. Wood, Rattray street. "Maxim's," Grand Buildings. John Brown, George street. R. M'Admn, George street-. Helrnkey and Son, George street. NEW TUSSORE SILKS OPENED THIS WEEK. BEST VALUE IN DOMINION, 34-35 in wide, Is lid, 2s 6d. 3s 3d, 3* 6d. 4.=, 4s lid. Extra heavy weight, for Dust Coats or Costume?, 35in, 4s lid yard. 7'ILROY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 Prince? street. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. 50 MORE PORT BOYS OFF TO THE FRONT. ALL MEAT-EATERS, AND STILL I WILL SEIJL, AT DUNEDIN QUOTATIONS. r n J. HARRISON, BUTCHER. L • MODERN METHODS MUST TELL IN THESE STRENUOUS TIMES. /"IREDIT is an expensive luxury. Delivery Jis also an expensive luxury. But why •*i'Oii!d tl)o.*e who enjoy neither help to share the cost of both? My prices are from id to 2(1 per lb below those charged IN MANY SHOPS FOR CASH OVER THE COUNTER, because my customers do not shu-ro the up< keep of a credit nud delivery system. I HAVE NEITHER. BEEF. MUTTON. Sirloin 6J<l Legs 5d Prime Ribs ... sid Short Leprs ... SJd Chuck* from ... 4Jd Loins 5d Corned Round 6}d Corned Roll ... Sid Chops 5d Rump Steak ... 9d Tripe 7d Topside Steak 7d Mineo 5d Stewing Steak (3d Melbourne Sans. 5d Beef Sausages 4d Thin Season's Lamb— Hindquarter. 6; 6d; tarcquartcr, 5s 6cl. JAMES WRIGHT, CARGILL ROAD. JUST A REMINDER. Are your Shirts not too heavy for ihii* weather '? I am offtrinf; Speeial Value*. Dressy Summer Shirts, 4s 9d, sr, 6d, and 6s 6d. Linen Tussore Shirt?, 6s 6d. Skirts, with Silk Fronts and Cuft's, 6s 6d mid 3e 6d. Pure Silk Shirts, heavy weight, 12a 6d. GEO. HAY, 50 and 52 PRINCES STREET. IN THE ESTATE OF CHRISTINA RUNCIMAN, late of Brighton, Otago, New Zealand, spinster, deceased. A LL PERSONS having Claims against the -*.*. above-named deceased aro requested to send funiculars thereof to the undersigned. ASLTN AND BEDFORD. Bend street, Dnnedin, Solicitors for the Executors. SEE OUR ALL-BRITISH DISPLAY of the very latest TAGAL AND CHIP READY-TO-WEAR HATS. Featuring the verr newest shapes and colors, especially RED,; WHITE., and BLUE. We have also opened np some very smart ONE-PIECE CREPE FROCKS, in every attractive shade. PRICES, 10s 6d and 15a. OUR GOODS HAVE GOT TO BE SOLD. THE PRICES WILL DO IT. UNIQUE" STORES, "When* the Smart Hats Are," STUART STREET. WASTE PAPER. WASTH PAPER FOR SALE, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply 'STAR*. OFFICE.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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