M 25 /o deduction Oflbr closes November aoth next. Have you read ‘Commercial Home Study Courses’ OK ‘How to prepare for a Business C 'roor Tli* boo's is ITtKH, im.l nmbuns !H pn-'r* o advice end Semi it rt'M. t (l .- our FUKc, r.OOKLFT “ EDUCATION TO RAISE SALARIES ” It tails you of f’ur Special deduction Offer for Courecs in Accountancy book-kccrb’ff Mali icu bit ion Public Service Ad. 'Vritinsr Mccbunieiil Civil iMU'inoorioff Kb ctricjil Knaiueei--’ “Ticket " « <etc. Ip which nr 1 ’ von iv.teroM-’M? V* rite 10-dny HEMINGWAY I ROBERTSON'S Co St I;--.] .. .WCKMNI*. People Like the Flavor! Hnusewiyp* Like ths Price! There’s a somethin?, a “ Tnn? ” or piquant “ Snap,” In tho flavor cf the celebrated Melhuish’s Worcester Sauce which stronply appeals to the taste of almost everybody! The enormous demand testifies to iU popularity. Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands. Housewives onn yet purj chase it- for less than half the price of 5 these. Melhnisb's “Oriental lieiish ’’ and Pickles are very fine. Trv them! auawnufli m&smsmzt&mESEma&Bcai tßoa| PHCEIiMiX THICK PEEL. Tender, Juicy, Full-flavored, AVholesome. THE PEEL PAR EXCELLENCE. Every Packet Branded “ Phccnix. ” Manufacturersv THE PHQEMIX CO., LTD., DUNEDIN.
Hallowe’en ! Ye’ll no be Forgetfcin’ Hallowe’en 1 .. Tills time-honored season Ims again come round. Scotchmen will he foregathering, old memories will be revived, hands grasped in friendship', and presents given to mark the jovial occasion. The ideal Present is something genuinely Scotch and suggestive of old customs. In this respect nothing is more suitable than our Genuine Scotch HORN WARE. friaaßEaimyaia^ 4 M m Horn Mug, Silver-mounted, Antique design. 21/. The Hornware we are now f displaying is characteristic of Bonnie Scotland and its people. It is Genuine Scotch Hornware. selected for its High Quality. Obtainable also in Shoe Lifts, Snuff Mulls, Spoons, Paper Knives, etc. Prices for all Purses. Horn Salt Cellar, Silver-mounted. 10/6. o Horn Serviette Bing, Silver-mounted. 2/6. Dawsons Limited Jewellers and Opticians. Corner Moray Place and Princes St.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914
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