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ideax frocks for maids and misses. SMARTLY-CUT AND WELL-FITTING AMERICAN FROCKS, original in ideas and refined in taste. Ton will find them quite different io anything you have seen elsewhere. Their originality appeals strongly to the young folks for summer holiday wear. The prices are moderate. MAIUS’ FROCKS. 42;n t* SOin, in Blue aud White Check, wide hand at waist. Price, 9s 6dMATDST FROCKS, 42in to SOin. in Butcher Blue and Fawn Lininnc, piped Block and White, new long waist effect. Pnco, 9s Sri. SMART FROCK m White and Bloa Stripe Liuennc, Vest and Sailor Collar of White Voile, nicely trimmed with Pearl Buttons, size 42in to SOin. Price, 15s 6d. NEWEST STYLE FROCK, in Grass Cloth, Short Basque, smartly finished at neck with bow of Colcred Ribbon, the 42in to SOin. 12s 6d. PAY US A VISIT. D.I.C. D.I.C.

RASPBERRYADE Thomson Raspberryade containa only Pure Cane Sugar ami Pur® Raspberry Juice. Ms account.* for the Light, Delienta Color, Good Aroma, and Genuing Raspberry Flavor <■£ Thomson’;). The oniy Euspberryade iu .N 7. that is not artificially colored. BEWARE OF HIGHLY-COLORED RASPBEBRYADES. CAMERAS CHEAP. OUR STOCK oi SECOND-HAN I> end SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATUS v»ill be sold very Cheap. Develop, ing and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon, Dunedin.

PUBERAL NOTICE. , rfiHß Friends of the late Mrs Ellen WilX liamson (and family) are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, Kaifcorai Bank, Kaifcorai Valley, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), tho 4th inst., at 2.30 pun., passing tho Octagon about 3 J’ 111 * a. 0. WYNK AND HOPS. Undertakers, 36 St. Andrew street.

A PitJteburj ‘Post* interviewer asked John Philip Soma whether the war would ijot iiupire tome European muweiMui to composition. “War" awwerea the “nwar inspired uteM mnsic. The destruction of man by mn 1* not an inspiring thing- To me thk .element of destructive emotion in li insanity MMn« like u. mistaken esperiment of Nature. The inspiring thing* .'vie the natural, the inevitable things that cut* intended them, .to- ,W* :

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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