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Y®ur %es are wovfh Taking Care Of. Take 15 fttinutes som«. day soon and let us advise you as to your Spectacles. JOHNSTONE & HASLETT (Certificated) , CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Office), OUNEBSM. Pretty, Dainty... Light Underwear for the Ladies of Sooth Dunedin.. Most Women keenly appreciate the comfort afforded by Light, Cool Underwear in Bummer. 'THE Hiiß." as usual, has a fine lot of Desirable Garments, not too dear,' and yet of really I excellent quality. Hero, are a fe ; few of the things now in daily % ; demand; and the values are ft , splendid! k Longcloth Nightdresses, trimmed |. embroidery or laee, with U turned-down collar or square neck. Surprising value! jfc | 2/9, 3/11, 4/11, and 5/11 • I Loiißcloth Nightdresses, in fine 1 qualities, beautifully trimmed, fa | with dainty lure or em- g| j broiderv, and some very pretty & j effects in lace yokes, in square f| or "V" shape; full sizes. fe 6/11, 7/0, S/6, 9/11, 10/9 to 13/6. |- Chemises, in Calico or Long- g "cloth, trimmed embroidery or | lace, fanov yokes, etc. K 1/11 i, 2/3, 2/11, 3/8, up to T/6. || Lonscloth Knickers in fine g quality, with embroidery or jy i lace frill. , mID $ 2,9, 2/11, 3/3, 3/11, 4,6, up to 7/6. |- Girls' Knickers, in Longcloth, | finished embroidery or lace; hj sizes 0 to 6. 1/111, 2/3, 2/3, f, up to 3/9. According to size. M Camisoles, in fine Lonpcloth and gg Madapolam, with dainty effects g in insertion and embroidery; L| "V " shape or square neck. g 1/11 i, 2/6, 2/11, 36, 3/11 4/11, and 5/6. p Indies' White Cotton Vests, | short sleeves. The fine quality a -so popular for sumraer wear! S Sid, 1/U, 1/3, 1/6. I Ladies' White Yosts, silk mix- fg lure, short sleeves. S 1/11|, 2 3, and 2/6. | j "princess Petticoats, for wear £j ; with one-piece dresses, beauti- || j fully made, nicely finished H i with embroidorv. M 4/11, 7/11, S/6, 11/3, and 10/11. H j SiM'X'FAL! Whiie Underskirts, |] ! in irallv splendid quality, but hj Louficlotb. v. ith neat ttounce of embroidery. The regular k prices were from to }P<!C> ffi Wo are offering them at 2/11 p each. See window. P, I SOUTH DUNEDIN. II ! I Drapery Supply Assocn. ! TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES, Or, better still, let us do it for you. We are Specialists in Spectacles ( with Genu fie ato). JOHNSTONE & HASLETT, GHESVISSTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET COpposito Post Office), DUNEDIM.

FRIF.NDS." •’Friendsiiip tilin' m u'ii'l.-liip over, ' nut we cannot ;-lwi.ys lull who arc our true riici»cls IVrlnxp.' tli> violation means ill at once wo have found a. friend an;! know him on- her to lie a true friend, tha; friendship will .la 1 -;- tiil death. A trie friend i; one who will stick to you throim thick and thin, ami one to whom y>“ could do the came; there arc so man;-so-called < * friendt " around who will toady

Mines, * our own Men, Science s Care and Scrupulous! Cleanliness make 13^ I The Purest andl Best the worldl can produce. I Mr. VICTOR COLEMAN, laic of F'jrniiill Olult, Duuudiu. raid now .Proprietor oJ' the Southland Club Hotel, invercargill, writes : " I feel I must Hfiy a ivord "or two for Fhienzoi. which "/ tried as a gargle for SfiOICERS 5 THROAT " It thoroughly cured me in "three days time.' | " also cured Mrs. Gohman 6 I "of a very bad throat, left § I " weak after Laryngitis. She § 1 " cannot speak too highly of'it. § a All Chemists and Stores 1/6 and 2/6 | Critical 1 CIGARETTE 'iOBACCO. 8 I T'YA~) .j'AOKET stands clo.se inspec- I | tion. Free iiom lumps, clojiiiiiHis, f S dust, etc. RED JACKET rolls g ff evenly, dnuvs freely, r.ml makes a g 5 coot, clr-un. ;iromaiic smoke. 1

Wo have just bought a birr line of Mr Rmiiplos of l!i».'s.> ('oafs For next season, very swart goods and arc advance stylos, only ono of each, iv.i v/ould adviso ladios early, a.s uncc o?>o pa r l , iVular stylo is sr.hi repeat it till n.oxr ?-o;> r, -,vliou th'" l J>.r-tiir coiho tr> hand. Too prir-s.s rr;n;'r> ir--vv. 1 ■We also draw attention to a lino of Knitu-d Silk Coats at 22/6. Thia we consider exceptional value. GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 1822

c Sliiprnf-iit o? th*=<-> Superb and AriMrv-nvti^anT-/s-jt inudidlcd h;is just arrived, ;md i luc; :•. us i n j| a. jxjsi'tioij u> nil ail orders. The Mm vi-JJo';* PJi.-nx'y, Jj tho Flexible Cniiiormatiori to thf> -jiiipiiely S.vinrantrical Outline of the ■'SPIRE.;,LA " r the *\V<irnr.n who valuta a .Natural arm marau. . Hots, 30/ to 3 Cuinsas. Inspection invited. Skilled Oorseiaire in attendance. MISS CLOUGH THE LADIES' DEPOT - GEORGE STREET

m li morning to tone up iue mupgisn J.-3 Hym promote appetito, and help digestion Stet?&/?sl ain and body by purifyJrtff the blood uu »iunig natural functions. A big bottle of Stevocß* Health Salt costs but 1/0. :! Hi paper lexers, Heat your Irons with this ■ ik ® much oiif'tipor. Tin- saving effected will soon pay for its initi.il cost. In tin's Automatic Hcator there nrc separate cocinartmeiitfc. v.ith falling doors s^|iS*ftßS»3w the door v:hen place automa Ji'lA Stuart St., DUNEDIN. place automatically lights the gas from a pilot lifdn. while the opening of the door for the removal of the iron shuts the p;as off. Thus there is no waste, no unnecessary consumption of gas, which can only he burned while the iron is in position for heating. Call and inspect. All wide-awako tailors are installing them.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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