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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. OPENING OF BUILDING TO THE PUBLIC. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), at 7 o’clock. PROGRAMME: Moray Placo School Band; 7.20 p.ui., Moray Place School Entertainment, Highland Fling (Miss Doris Dee!:); Recitation, Miss Elsie MTeak; The Irish Washerwoman's Dance, Mhscs Dons Hall and Dorothy Cole; Recitation, Miss Molly Perry; Normal School Concert. SALE OF GOODS DISPLAY OF STUDENTS’ WORK. PRACTICAL CLASSES IN OPERATION, ADMISSION: AFTERNOON, 6d: EVENING, Is. CONTINUATION OE EETE. THE FETE WILL DR- CONTINUED ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT, SPLENDID PROGRAMMES. WATCH NEWSPAPERS FOR DETAILS. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLIDAY BARGAINS AT MOLLISONS, LTD. GREAT OFFERING DURING NOVEMBER OF SPECIAL PURCHASES. HUNDREDS OF USEFUL LOTS, ALL MARKED AT BARGAIN PRICES.
NEW SUNSHADES AT HALF-PRICE. Tussore in>(l Wi'-ilv Suutdiadc-5, new crook handle:-. Usually 6s 6d. Now masked 2s 11 ci. Colored Siik and Tussore Silk Sunshades, lined colov'-.d siii;. Usually 8s 6(1. Now marked 3s lid each. Novelty Sunshades, in floral, striped, -= rir colors, black, and while. The new lot;" handles. Usually 15s. Now oil 6s 6d. New Cliork Silk and Satin Sumhadsp. correct combinations of coloring.;. Usually 16s 6d. Mow nil 7s 6c! Black Silk and Mono Sunshades, also Now Sr.'f-colorrd Silks. Noveltyppe r ! and fancy handles. Usually 21s. Now all ICC fid each. 120 boxes Lovely Millinery Flowers, the newest (Vmriiiciital shades; a charming lot. Worth 2s to 3; fid each. All marked Is spray. M 0 L la I S 0 N S, SHOW ROOM SPECIALS. No. 1 Lot.—Trimmed Hals, nil new English Models; very stylish and exclusive goods. Worth 21s. All niaikoil 10s fid. No. 2 Lot. —Trimmed Hals, the most exelnrivo models; English and .Continental stylos. Worth 455. All marked 2is. 260 ladies’ Ready-to-wear Straws, burnt straws; white and leading shades. A, 4s lid each. 72 Ladies’ Silk Ribbon Hats, iho. very latest in style and coloring: the idea! ready-to-wear hat. Worth 12s 6d. All marked 4s lid each 200 Lovely Crepe Blouses, in all the 1.-de.-t colorings; stylishly out : good washers. WorlvTSs fid. All marked 2s lid. Washing Costnmes, in fine liner;:', in nary, Saxo blue, grev. champagne, rove. and black. Worth 425. All marked 255. L I M I T E 3), END OF PENNY SECTION, GEORGE S P.KET. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply -STAR’ OFFICE. ART Fumitme, fumed oak; best value -2 a- obinmabl-' and A. Wttktiteon, Si. Andrew and King streets. SIDEBOARDS and Dil'ing Room Suites, richly fu's'ied; unequalled in value, •J. and A. ‘Wilkinson, King street. /MA.ELIC Whiskv cheers the mind and X)r_ body. ' EGGS, Eggs, Eggs and Farm Butler. —If you can guarantee quality, we will guarantee price. Bray Bros., of Dunedin, Ltd., dairy ami produce merchants. -TTERE-S to you and yours.” Drink it in XA Watson's No 10. and do honor io the ovni-im. PHOTOGR APHIC Chemicals, Photographic Supplier, Cameras, everything Photographic at Bagley’s phot ogre phis importing department. Retail quantities wholesale prices. ,fALD Lead.—Wanted To Buy, Old Lead, any quantity; best price given. Apply J. and T. Christie, plumbers, George street. mm: standard of Quality —Black Mackay 1 Whisky. MRS BEVERIDGE. 50 George just opened choke assort n Piqi;.' and Retime Cc : UH!v:j, i’rul:-. Colored I'.'.ilr's. ’.•p‘'vi.-il 1..,.-,' Ck.atccSpurts Co ifs (in a mate; iE--:. U-cful and Styli.-b Mil a . moderate prices. Advance yon *• i red. has at. White (Inc-pie.;-;: m Black I the. new m-iv. A'.! s MUPKKLPFI!': Shopfro liilo.--, .- 'bo’vcv.s Business resting: in&iail New etc. Consult, PatenTii. TF you Want oiiiiObin;,; made for a ChiislX r.r.-.-i (till, order now trom IMiiillos, wood-cransrorn, Moray [dace. OLD age commands respect. Watson’s No. *lO in highly uifocined because very old and firtfv matured. MOVE Mai!.—Xmas Cards: am! PostCii In with heal views; new designs. London Bookstall. .“'-SKATER Motor Cur For Hire. Apply No. •) 7 CaULr street. Cuvrrdiani. or ’jihone 1.146. "UST Opened—Hiiiidsomc Fire Screens, 2; 5:1, 3; od, 4-s lid ; Drawing Room •.•onis. Vs lid. li'r fid, I2< fid. Mutual < -FOLD Draught Screens, black, ombrmd■rt t nr.l gold. lid each; Plain Ca.?nnr:it Clnilis. 5s lid dozen. -Mutual .Stores, RPF.CTAL Value— Casements Rcnoviii ions, jduin 9.'d, Hid yard. Mutmil Spring bordered, fid. t T»7STATSON”S No. 10 is a litt’o dearer than »v ■ iin.;:, v.diiakic.-, but. D wort!i the mency. TIRED. ’lmn’t-tarc.-to-wOik Feeling Cured p:ompliy wild Neil’s Iron Tonic Bitter.-: 2s El. Neil’s Dispensary. fljlUß Biisimn nl Hairdressing Saloon, under A new in i ii;:gc ;:;cii I ; every! iiing of the lead. Elec! ilc Massaging a Sjircialty. THE tv.n best “Blacks’’—the Black Watch :nid Black Mackay Whisky. WHITE Paper for Wrapjnng-iip For Sale. Apply ‘Star’ Odk-e, Bond street. IF vmi are weak end s’. <pK irv Garlic ‘V. id: kv. L '"TANK’S Gold Medal M it'. ,u mamilVvl.urcd by la led. iinciiii.crv in most up-to-date fa-t Walker -.Trcrl. WREN’S New Paporiiangaig-. Friezes and ( re-tonnes to match; J.aivsi, I lit: rir-r Dt rations; beautiful design? and colorings higbe-d-claos goods. remarkable low prices; ■ -liiiiat.-s free for F.ipcrban gin;'. Paintin'/, Decor::l big, G’lzing. Wren's, Wren’s. PAPER for Wrapping-vp For Sale. Apply ‘ Star’ Ofiku, Bend street. or ! 1.0 10 W::i■!;•■. IF you arc Thin, take course Pure Medicinal Adelaide Olive Oil. Obtainable ’.it Marshalls Pharmacy ; Is 6:1. _ rp-RY Mrs Towicr’s Mansavila Pills for FcX males, 3s fid. 5s fid post free [registered). Arcade, Dunedin. F° R medicinal purposes, the tomt friend!’.- nip—WaDon's No MANSAVITA PjUi Ointment, prepared by Mrs Towlcr. a registered specialist., is prescribed by some doctors. MANSAVITA Ointment, Heals and Cures all Wounds, box Is fid : Enemas, 6s fid ; all Surgical Rubber Goods post free; Soap, lid cake. A DDRESS : Mrs Towlcr, 14 Royal Arcade, Dunedin, Private Addia^,: No. 12 Sunshine, Anderson Bay. Aavico free; stamped envelope secures prompt at! -gutiou. KINGS may bo blessed, but, Tam was glorious. So is Black Mackay Whisky. “TVJ’TGHT Dispensary.”—Registered Chemist I.x in perpetual attendance (it Bagiev’s Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe fVEAFNE-SS Defeated.—Slots EiecU-cphone. JLr newest invention. Apply Hilliker's. 203 George streci. AWAY with dull care and sorrow 1 Watson’s No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. CJMILB, and the world smites with you; kick and you kick alono, for the cheerful grin will let you in at Guy's Studio, where the kicker is never known. PRETTY Child Competition still going strong, £5 5s and £3 3s. Particulars at Studio, Princes street; tel TWELFTH Edit ion Mrs Miller's Is Economic Technical Cookery Book just issued; all booksellers. Wholesale: Mills, Dick. B 1 TNLLI3 AND SMYTH. 241) Princes street. Jit Specialists in Upholstery, Chesterfield Settees, comfortable Easy Chairs, Suites, made first-cinss style, moderate prices. Try them. Black 3'on drii Mackay. OOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson's No. 10 is safest, because purest and G' best. . RUBBER Bathing Caps, aiso Waterproof Cloth Caps, all colors, shapes; highest quality, lowest prices. Marshalls Pharmacy. KEEP up your health by taking Gaelic Whisky. It is the purest stimulant in the world. “ f-to VF mind, is as Beverages. Quality DNTENTMENT.’’ that splendid stale of ’ led with all Lane’s i passed. J-IHL’S Pure. Fruit Extracts, for x summer drinks, in all Davors; Is bottle, eil's Dispensary, George street. LADIES’ HANDBAGS. New Shipment Latest Designs, from the Best Bri 1 ish Miimifuctumv. J. NOW ON VIEW. WILKIE AND CO,. 82 PRINCES STREET. LTD., Re ELLEN WOOTTON, Deceased, late of South Dunedin, Widow. PURSUANT to the Provisions of Section 74 of “'lllO Trustee Act, 1908.” NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors ami other Persons having anv DEBTS, CLAIMS, or DEMANDS against tho Estate of ELLEN WOOTTON, who died at Dunedin on or about the Twelfth day of October, 1912, and whoso will was proved by Wiili;im Samuel Woollen, of Oaumru, Farmer, William Elliott, of South Dunedin, liulchei’, and Wilburn Beil Steel, of Dunedin, Clothing Manufacturer, tho Executors therein'named, on the Twenty-second day of October, 1912. arc. hereby required io SEND PARTICULARS in writing of their Debts, Claims, or Demands to CALLAX AND CALLAWAY. Sobviinrs, 219 Princes street. Dunedin, on or before tho Ninth day of November, 1914, aft-r which date the said Hxteui• ■rs wib Distribute tho Assets of tho said Tf-taUb; among the parlies entitled tbr.rcio, having legat'd only to the Debts, Claims, and Demands uf v. inch the Executors nr their Hnlicitnrs shall then have bad notice; and that the Executors will mil be liable for the Asset', o 1 ’ any part, thereof, so disitibulcd to any Person or Persons of whose Debt. Claim, or Demand the Executors nr their Solicitors shall not, then have had notice. Dated at Dunedin this Nineteenth day of October, 131-1, CALL AN AND G ALLA WAY. .• Solicitors for the Exscuims. STUDY ECONOMY AND COMFORT By using only ARATV C O A L. The Prtmicr Otago Coal for all purposes. All Co:d jl vckani- ran supply it. MOTOKLST’S HUME. IT) OR SALE. Superior-built; 5-ROOM ED - RESIDENCE, Of Ext remedy Attractive Design. Having ovicl window and turret, fibrousceilings throughout, modern art papers and fric/rs tnioeiy sckvtcd), tiled hearth* and grates, bath, ‘pantry, b. and c. water -service, electric light and gas,;- sewer drainage; large section; fowllimiscs and runs; workshop, photographer's dark room, new motor garage, with concrete floor and asphalted entrance. Exceptionally neat home, iu pnrfcci outer: handy to 2d car. and favorite lovably. Owner leaving Dunedin. Price, £9OO, (fr near oiler, nml terms arranged, Full particulars from and photo may be. scon at. the Offices of f-CUHK. AND C'i. t Auotionoars and band Agents. 201 Princes si fin. routii. Tin; ('AVET!SHAM BOWLING CLUB’S BAZAAR. npilE Members of the Ca-verO-.am Bowling X v lull wish to tender their very hearty THANKS to those Ladies who worked mi long and Mremtoudy to make tho Bazaar a nieces*. Also, all -.hose who akristed during the Bazair wed; arc very heartily Thanked for their valuable, help. M-M. BROWN. Hon. See. Cavmhatn Bowling Club. JH. WALKER, LAND AND ESTATE • AGENT. £SOO. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. £SOO. FOR .SALE, in one of tho best, towns in the North Island, a First-class JEWELLERY AND WATCHMAKER’S BUSINESS. The shop ii beautifully fitted up, has a splendid conned ion, and is completely stocked with a specially-selected range of goods. As the proprietor has for special reasons to leave tho district, he has placed n very low figure on tho business. Finance can be arranged on easy terras. Full particulars on application to ,T. TL WALKER, Empire Buildings. COURT WOODLAND’S PRIDE. 8.041, A.O.F. MEMBERS are Notified of ALTERATION of HOURS OF ATTENDANCE at, the UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES’ DISPENSARY:— Mondays, Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Fridays, Shop Closes fi p.m. Urgent Prescriptions only dispmsed between 6 and 8 p.m. and after 11 p.m. Wednesday, Closes X p.m., Open 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Closes 9.30 p.m. Sunday, Open II a.tu. io 12 noon, and G to 8 p.m. J. T. GWYNNE. Fee. WHY DO THE PUBLIC SAY LANE’S CORDIALS PLEASE? Because fhoy know they are getting the Purest and Best, money can buy. All WATERS and CORDIALS are made front our ARTESIAN WELL, drawn from the solid blue rock in our Factory, Walker street. WATERPROOF YOUR OWN CLOTHES. YOU can do this In your own homo at tho cost of a fe\y pence. For ONB SHILLING Ws will send yon the FORMULA. KEYSTONE DISTRIBUTING CO,, Box 451 a, Dunedin,
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
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