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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TEW Overalls, personally selected by T. 1 Ross. Full-fit tin? sizeß, to suit tall, medium, and petite ladies; "N Strong Casement' Cloth, Print, and Drill stripes, checks, spots, and pretty inmatlour nat terns: entirely new. DRESSY Shapes, mostly with Kimono sleeves, banded waist, and full skirt. Prices are from Is lid, 2s 6d, f>S,lld. and upwards. Far and away me AJ cheapest and best Overalls in Dunedin. At T. Ross's, direct importer. _.., ANTED Known—Excellent range of v » Hemstitched Embroidered Bed Valances, just received, from llAd yard. Herbert, Hayiies WANTED,~Porte~for hotel; must be good gardener and knowledge of j horses. Apply Railway_Hotel,_Mosgiel. j BOY~ Wanted assist in shop and messages; constant employment, highest wage-:. Geo. Edwards, fruiterer. ___ 7"ANTED, a strong Youth as cadet on » , orchard, Alexandra.. Apply Bos 395, Dunedin. WANTED Exchange, light Four-wheeled Dog Cart (good condition) for good Gig. Address "Three Springs," 'Star' Office. . TANTED. —Ladies' Combings made into , J Switches, Pin Fringes, Curl Clusters, etc., from 2s 6d. Heudys Hairdressmg Kooms. . W ""ANTED, kind Loan of £5 for two months; repay weekly; househoid furniture security. Address "Interest." •Star' Office. ANTED Known—Newest effects Co!W ored and Ecru Madras Muslin, 50m wide, from Is 3d yard. .Herbert, Hayncs^ Buy, Ladies' and Gents' V V Loft-oft' Clothing, Boots. Mrs Knight, CO Hanover street. ANTED, a Lathe" (treadle), screw-cut-v t ting up to 4Un centres. Price, etc., "Lathe/' 'Star' Office WANTED Known—For Gnsfitting and Plumbing Repairs ring up C. S. Jenkins and Co., Dowiing street. ;D Known—Bed Cross Ointment, ¥ t mo mighty healer of sores. Keep a box in the house. nSTANTED Known—Exceptional designs »•'* and value offoied White Dimity, 31in wide, from Hid yard. Herbert, Hayncs. WANTED.— Eczema, varicose ulcers, all skiu eruptions disappsar after using Red Cross Ointment. O^7ANTED.—At firsi sign of Dandruff in W children's hair use Tuleptia for washin" it; bottles, Is. Hendy, hairdresser. WANTED Known—Our range- Down Quilt Sateens is unequalled for value, from Is yard. Herbert, Hayncs-. JTtOR SALE, Section, 103 x 65; ready for JT building-, suitable* bungalow; bargain; terms. Cartel', Exchange Court. p^nf—Duke street: Six Rooms; hoi cfc i OtJ gas, sewered; mod.d home; bargain. " Organist,"J Star ' Office. nrn Deposit, £5 Monllily.3bt>ll Freehold. 2 Houses; £650; bargain. Why pay rent? Bryant, Octagon. SINCLAIR Fino sunny Section; £8 deposit, interest 4 per cent.; great sacrifice ; £125. Patersons, 142 Rattray street. TpOR~IS.\LE~Heti S , with White Leghorn $l Chickens. Apply Browning's Store, 5 liighgato, Roslyn. BOARDING-HOUSE, nine rooms, well furniahed, near Albany street; bargain: £80; inquire quick. Carter, Exchange Court. I7"OR SALE, Spring Dray, Horse, anfl iiar- : iies=. Apply Otago Fanners' Co-opera-tivc, Dunedin. . '"jt/TONEY.—We have several Sums to Lend XtX en mortgages. Bend particulars security Patersons, 142 "Rattray ft reel.
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 and White Sunshades, new crook handles.. Usually 6s 6d. Now marked 2= lid. Colored Silk and Tussore Silk Sunshades, lined colored r, : .!k. Usually 8s 6d. Now marked 3s lid each. Novelty Siik Sunshades, in floral, striped, self colors, black, and white. The ne^' lour handles. Usually 15s. Now all 6s 6d. New Chock Silk and Satin Sunshade?, correct (Vimbmations of colorings. Usually 16s 6d. Now all 7s 6fl Slack Silk and Mo ; ro Sunshades, also New Self-colored Silks. Novelty pearl and fancy handles. Usuallv 21s. Now all 10s 6d each. 120 boxes Lovely Millinery Flowers, the newest Continental shades; a charming lot. Worth 2s to 3s (id each. All marked SHOW ROOM SPECIALS. No. 1 Lot.—Trimmed Hats, all new English Models; vcrv stylish and exclusive goods. Worth 21s. "All marked 10s 6d. No. 2 Lot —Trimmed Hats, the most exclusive models; English and Continental styles. Worth 455. All marked 21s. 260 Ladi?s' Ready-to-wear Straws, burn I .straws; white and leading shades. A. 4s lid each. 72 Ladies' Silk Ribbon Hats, the - in style and coloring; the, idea. wear* hat. Worth 12s 6d. All marked 4s lid each 200 Lovely Crepe Blouses, in all the latest colorings; stylisblv cut; good washer's. Worth 5s 6d. All" marked 2s lid. Washing Costumes, in fine linens, in navy, Saxo blue, grev, champaene, rose, mid black. Worth 425. All marked 255. MOLLISON S, LIMITE D, END OF PENNY SECTION, GEORGE S, REET.
THE Standard of Quality—Black Mackoy Whisky. i"~FK to se-v " Oravon," th»> new Wash J:\ Drc-i Fabric; "all colors; lO.kl per yard. Herbert, liaynes. DDFFXLOWS. —K :i th Lodge meeting tonight-, 7.45; open nifotinjr 8.30 (anniversary); pII members invited. IPIRITUAL Scientists' Society, Oddfellows J Ha!!. Albany street.—Mrs S. K. Morriroti, J'sychonsctrv, Friday, 8 p.m. AHmi?woii. fid. . OLD B££ Xo. 10 is highly esteemed because very old and fully matured. _ EVARDRI Raincoats arc Perfection; .Men's. Youth;', Boys', 21 sizes stocked. o:>iv from XcT Zealand C.othin-T Factory. BOYS 'Varsity Mutt", improved uyic, us Ckl, 14s 6d. 15s 6d; Washing Trps. 5s lid. 4s lid. Xnw Zealand Clothing Factory. I/TEN'S Sac Suite, tailor-out styles, exedBJL lent iimdi, 47-* 6d. 55s 62s 6d, 69s 6n. 75-. Now Zealand Cloihing Factory. T>OYS' £mart Cou;\vokl Knicker Suits, 23s a i ud, 2/s C;l, 32* 6d, 365; absolutely perfect fitting. New Zealand Clothing Factory, rriHF. two host" Rlacks~"^-the _ B)ack Watch ! and Black Mackay Whisky. A RT Furniture, fumed oak: best value u\. obtainable. .'. and A. Wilkinson, St. Andrew and Kin? shocts. 51d"KB07\RDS 'and Diiiit'g Room Suites, O richly finished; unequalled in value. J. and A. Wilkinson, King street. \ SK to ceo " Orityon," the new Wash XA. Drn-s Fabric: all colors; 10£ d per vaid. Herbert, Haynes. "TT Would Cheer the. Folks at Home" \< JL get your family group, beautifully photographed by Pattillo! DOX'T Mis? the Christmas Home Mail!' Sen..! a loving reminder —your photo graph, artistically taken by Pattillo. CHRISTMAS Photographic Post Cards,' delightful souvenirs for Hour friend.;. Specialised by Patti'do, bridal photo"ranker, George street. SERSONS suffering from Asthma should certainly try llarshalls Asthma Powder; ...ts quickly and efficiently; Is 6d. Marshalls Pharmacy. TT'IN'GS Klav Dn blessed, but Tam wa x\. glorious. _ So is Black Mackay Whisk* A SK to sec "Crayon," the new Wash J\ Dress Fabric: all colors; 10£ d per yard. Herbert, Haynes. ARTINS.. Octagon.—Great time lor bari¥JL gains in Furniture.- Cally early. AIIPET - Ends, 2s lid. 3s lid up; Rugs reduced to 6s; Carpets from 355. Mar nvUCHESSE Chests, 355; Tile Washstands, '> 19s 6d, 27b 6d, up to 703. Martins, Oci;on J?OT —^ Tear v' new walnut iron-frame, 3w/4 1 trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. FLOORCLOTHS from 2s 3d running yard; Linoleums from 5s 3d; Inlaids, 3s 6d square yard. Martins, Octagon. gy-t S\ 10s. —English Piano; suit beginner; * -' sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. OB medicinal purposes, the toast, or the 7 ::<■'.'ilv r.ip—Wat-on's No. 10 Whisky TIGHT Dispensary."—Registered ClierniS in perpptual attendanco at Bagloy'i Pharmacy, King street north (near How Ui-cetl. T"»E sure you drink the best Whisky— Ti hincU Mackay. TTTCHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under A new management; everything of the best. Electric Massaging a Specialty. AWAY with dull care and sorrow! Watson's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. '■.'■"•'
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