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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS, ESSEX'S PRfCES ESSEX'S PRICES CHEAPEST IN TOWN J CHEAPEST IN TOWN! CHEAPEST IN TOWN! CHEAPEST IN TOWN! New Potatoes (Best) 51b Is Rhubarb (Finest) 81b It Cucumbers (Hothouse) 9d and Is eaot Gooseberries, Green Peas, Asparagus, Hothouse Tomatoes. FRUIT. Bananas 30 and 24 for Is O-angcs (Sweet Sydney) 12 for la Figs 6d rt>, or largo box 4s 6d Honey 4d block, or 3s 9d largo tin 5 000 Fresh Cfcwoarfts' 3d each G. ESSEX AND CO., !• Fruit and P-rcduce Mcchants, | 206 PRINCES STREET. CAVERSHAM METHODIST CHURCH. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), at 3 p.m. FOUNDATION STONE LAYING CEREMONY. STONES will bo laid by His Worship the Mayor, Messrs T. K. Sidey, M.P., E. Rosevcar (Vice-president of " Methodist Church), Councillor Wilson, E. Turley, and J. llilbura. Address: Rev. C. Dallaston. F. AND R. "WOODS, LTD SPECIAL LINES FOR SATURDAY. BLOUSES.—ICO Extra Good Quality White Crepe Washing Blouses, several styles to choose from, 4s lid each. SPOUTS COATS—SO of the Very Latest •Sports Coats in either Cotton or Wool, all new styles, 19s 6d, 22s 6d, 26s 6d, 28s 6d. 3 Only Smart Cream Sports Coats at 22s 6d each. COTTON DRESS FABRICS—40in Sponge Crepes, absolutely tho latest, in s>ll colors, Is 7£d yard. 40in Best Poplins, excellent colorings 2s 3d yard. • 40in White and Colored Pique, at Is 6d yard. 27in Fancy Crepes, assorted colors, HAd, Is 2d yard. At F. AND K. WOODS, LTD., 13-15 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Herbert, Hayues). RELIEF! RELIEF! While tho War is on. Raro Chance. qaaLß PRIME BACON at 9d lb in piece OUU c.r lOd lb sliced. Lamb. Beef, and Mutton reduced also. Shop early. PACIFIC MEAT MART, ST. KILDA. F. A. BOTTING, No. 10 Prince Albert road. DAINTY NECKWEAR. To Wear with the Newest Spring Blouses. is here in gr.'at variety. THE NEW MEDICI COLLARS, ROMAN BOWS, SILK AND LACE COLLARS, FRONTS. JABOTS. ETC., ETC. Truly a Charming Selection of all that is Dainty in Neckwear at TTtHE UNIQUE STORES, ■*■ STUART STREET, '•WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE." THE SALVATION ARMY. * STREET COLLECTION wilt bo made by tin Salvation Army Sisters on SATURDAY Next, in aid of tho Self-denial Fund. Tho Public are asked to subscribe liberally, on account of the great need this J R. F. SANSOM, Adjutant. JUST A REMINDER. Are your Shirts not tco heavy for this weather? I am offering Special Values. Dressy Summer Shirts, 4s 9d, 5c 6d, and 6s 6d. Linen Tussore Shirts, 6s 6d. Shirts, with Silk Fronts and Cut!?, 6s 6d and 8s 6d. Puro Silk Shirts, heavy weight, 12s 6d. GEO. n a y 50 and 52 PRINCES STREET. A 31 O A :X BOOKLET, x_7 lully Illustrated. PRICE Is. Gives a full description of the Island and Inhabitauts. Brought up to date with Particulars of tho Recent Capturo by our own Troop 3. WHITCOMBE AND TOMES, LTD. GREAT Display To-night at Mollisons'; thousands of exquisite Flowers at Is. Mollisons, end of penny section. MARTINS, Octagon.—Great time for bargains in Furniture. Cally early. ARPET Ends, 2s lldT3s~lld up; Rugs reduced to 6s; Carpets from 555. Mar■VUCHESSE Chests, 355; Tile Washstands, J 19s 6d, 27s 6d, up to 70s. Martins, OcSon. €*f)*J 10s.—Nearly new walnut iron-frame, 3*/ V i trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. FLOORCLOTHS from 2s 3d running yard: Linoleums from 3s 3d; Inlaids, 3s 6d square yard. Martins, Octagon. p-in 10s.—English Piano; suit beginner; okX/4/ sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. SEE Mollisons' Window Display To-night from 7 to 9.30; wondcnul values in fashionable goods. fTiaiJ Standard of Quality—Black Mackay i. Whisky. fTTHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, undsr X new management; everything of the beet. Electric Massaging a Specialty. FORT medicinal purposes, tho toast, or the friendly nip—Watson's No. 10 Whisky. rOLLISONS are showiug To-night 250 L Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats nt 3s lid 11 worth 10s 6d. m/ifEN'S Seatless Motor Overalls, 22s 6d, ±?X 27s 6d, 30s, 355; Motor Cycle Jackets from 17s 6d. Hallenatoin Bros., Octagon. EVERWEAR. the Sole Leather for satisfaction, onlv from us; bring your Repairs. New Zealand Clothing Factory. CHILDREN'S" - Footwear]— Tho best the world produces in Black or Tan and Fatent Leathers. Hallcnstein's, Octagon. "H/TOTOR Cyclists* Jackets.'l7s 6d, 50s, IYI 355, 435; Seatleis Overalls, 22s 6d, 27s bd, 355. New Zealand Clothing Factory. SK to see "Orayon," the, new Wash _c.A. Dres.-» Fabric; all colors; per yard. Herbert, Haynes. MEN'S Straw Boaters, best quality, newen shapes; worth 7s 6d, now 3s 6d. At Mollisons'. AWAY with dull care and sorrow! Watecu's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. "OME Mail.—Amass Cards and Post ._ Car.b, with local views; new designs. London Bookstall. TERE'S to you and yours." Drink it In X Watson's No 10, and do honor to tho ocjasion. njTHE "Yokohama" Mats. Is 6d each, are X procurable only at MolHsons", end cf penny _^__ I t\\7 BJEN'S New Paperhangings, Friezes and I Y V Cretonne* to match; Latest Interior Decorations; beautiful designs and colorings, I highest-class goeds, remarkable low prices; estimates free for Paperhangiug, Painting, I Decorating, Glazing. Wren's, AVren's. >E sure you drink tho best Whisky Black Mackay. ASK to see "Orayon," tho new Wash Dress Fabric; all colors; IOJd per yard. Herbert, Haync3. 1 Q-GTJINEA Miller Organ, sold walnut, "X© - mirror back; eight stops, powerful 'me; easy payments. Holden, Octagon. OKOHAMA Mats, size 72in x 36m, ell i. .«- 'good carpet designs, Is 6d each. At I Mollisons',
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