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THE WHISKY OHDJ3TJHCTJOH cSayWfi£tt t Mm-‘-fa xs i .» ■'4 . m fft m m i tint DimtLERS/COMPAp imso E DJ N SuRC^I *tL T JH DvWdlMMkertm The Engineer chooses Amber Tips Mid the rush and grind of machinery in an overheated engineroom, where nerves must be perpetually “on the strain”—where the brain must be constantly on the alert to detect the slightest irregularity, he finds a muoh needed stimulant and “steadier” in Tha Everybody*s Favourite This delicious beverage will bring refreshment and energy to you. Your grocer will tell you that <iay by day its sales bound higher and higher do you waftit better proof —of its wonderful quality and value P Sold only in dump-proof airtight packages and tins. Ask for a packet of the 8/- grade. 78 WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SONS. LTD. We’re Awake to Sleeper’s Wants! ‘RestwelT Pyjamas Are the Acme of Comfort, Soft, Fleecy, Good Wearing. 8 dozen only MEN’S PYJAMAS, made from a specially woven Cloth, closely resembling the famous Viyella Cloth. They arc all in clcnn-iooking patterns, with "White grounds, and have neat stripes in Blue, Helio, and Reseda; and for those who arc looking for a comfortable yet inexpensive night Garment, there is nothing better to ho had. They • arc so delightfully soft that your comfort is assured between the hours of 11 a.m. and 0 p.m. GET A SUIT TO-DAY. Price, 8/6! Two for 16/-! Brown, Ewing and Co., THE MERCERS, DUNEDIN. S-73TW y i & The G.S.I For Carpenters’ Tools, Engineers’ Tools, Gardeners’ Tools! quality is the Test of Cheapness. QUALITY is Our First Consideration. EVERY CARPENTER, EVERY GARDENER, EVERY MECHANIC, EVERY KEEN BUYER—IN FACT, EVERYBODY—IS NOW VISITING THE G.S.I. Our Profit Margin Is Low. The Goods are Right. TWO NEW TOOLS FOR THE GARDEN. ‘Tijfi ANHYO.”—This is shaped similar to mattock, but in place of a straight cutter is fitted with convex blade for opening drills. 4/9 each. “THE NHU HOE,” fitted > with adjustable handle; suitable for weeding, hilling-up, edge-trimming, cutting drills, etc. 4/6 each. GEORGE ST. IRONMONGERY COY. 243 GEORGE STREET (near Hanover street).

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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