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A drawer was. forced opc.i mi Friday nic!i{ at the Kpsoin (Auckland) triuiuvay depot and £52 14.' 2ii .-itolvn.

YOU SHOULD BE DETERMINED IN REJECTING the worthless and frequently injurious counterfeits which are sometimes pushed ior the sake of greater gain as “just as good” as the GENUINE SANDER AND .SONS’ PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Be not deceived! SANDER'S'EXTUACT is recognised by Ilia highest medical authorities us possessing unique stimulating, healing, and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDERS EXTRACT from the pine selected leaves, and the refinement by special processes, give' ir, curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not misled! Demand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT’, and you wi'.! derive the benefit that thousands have derived from it. before. When HI. you should not depress yourself more by the common, bulky, and nauseating eucalyptus oils and so-called extracts. What you want is quality and reliability in small dose, and ibis von find onlv in ■ SANDER’S EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. RHEUMATIC GOUT CURED; Mr W. Oakley, of New Brighton, write.-;. “I was suffering from a severe attack of Rheumatic Gout, and got a bottle of RHEUMO. After a few dt.?-s I was able u shave myself, a!'.hough before taking it X coqld not even use a knife. I will never be without RHEUMO in the uuure, ami will gladly recommend it to my suffering friends.’’ RHEUMO cures I-,realise it dispels the cans.’ -excess uric ncl in the blood. RHEUMO is'old by all .chemists and Morc-kccpcr*. at. 2s 6d and Is Cd per bolt ic. ; ‘—"C. - e p**"**"* mltcui'cs&lds-aiid ouiddvtooM j? 1 tali a century ago. our grandparents ft J realised fhe wonderful value of [j ?} Honu.iß’oa $ a* a c To-day it' populiiMtv Ciinobl cvety uous li nit-hod and big bottl mosl in i;S effXtSfJtrv m W0&

We’re Awake to Sleeper’s Wants! “RestweU” Pyjamas Are the Acme of Comfort. Soft, Fleecy, Good Wearing. 8 dozen only MEN'S PYJAMAS, mado from a specially woven Cloth, closely resembling the famous Viyella Cloth. They are all in cleau-Jonking patterns, with While grounds, and have neat stripes in Pine, Hello, and Reseda : and for those who are looking for a comfortable yet inexpensive night Garment, there is nothing hotter to hh had. They are so delightfully soft that your comfort is assured between the hours of 11 a.m. and G p.m. GET A SUIT TO-DAY. Price, 8/6! Two for 16/-! Brown, Ewing and Co., Ltd., THE MERCERS, DUNEDIN. liu mumnnitirmmnmmmmmmaaammßmammßmmmßa 1\ \ >■/ k i ‘ mans BBHfIBRBBHKBB IIWWI PIQUE DRESSES Those Lovely Washing Dresses are a big feature of this season, and wo have just received a big consignment of the very .Latest Styles from Home. Wo are making a Window Display this wetdc showing these now goods, and givfng an idea of tho very Low Prices wo are asking. Made of the new uncrusfaahle piques they are easily washed and laundered, and so are ideal for Tennis and Sports Drosses generally, whilo wo have also Styles Perfectly Correct for Street Wear. We nro showing Drosses complete for 12/6, and Costumes at 21/ 1 Skirts alone aro 6/11, and we have Lovely Muslin Blouses to go with them at 2/11 SPORTS COATS We have just bought a big lino of Manufacturers’ Samples of these Coats for next season. They are all very smart goods and are advance styles. There being only ono of each, wo would advise ladies to see them early, as once one particular style is sold we cannot repeat it till next year, when tho actual stock will oome to hand. Tho prices range from 19/6 up. All new materials ; all new colors; all new styles. Wo also draw attention to a line of Knitted Silk Coats at 22/6. This wo consider exceptional value. DREAVER’S GEORGE STREET 'PHONE 1822

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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