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y to Do It! We Give Great Publicity! We give great publicity to the fact that we have now to offer for Sale 800 LADIES' SUNSHADES, the very Newest and Choicest Goods ever placed before the public of Dunedin. Beautiful Colorings, Latest Frames, and the Nobbiest of Sticks* Three Prices : Worth 5(6. Worth 6/lt. Worth 8/6. P*S, —There are a few 30/- ones covered with Pure Silk, JO/6« 82, 84, 86, 88 GEORGE STREET.

A LAWN MOWER for 22/8. Good and serviceable. Better qualities—--27/6, 35/, 45/, 55/. RAKES. From 1/. SPADES. From 2/. FORKS. From 2/6. GARDEN TROWELS. 6d. GARDEN FORKS. 6d. GARDEN SYRINGES. From 2/. LADIES' GARDEN GLOVES. From 10d. WATERING CANS, all sizes at lowest prices. WIRE NETTING, GARDEN HOSE, etc. 39 GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon). Mrs. Wal>h. of the Tfawcra Refreshment Rooms, tells how an eighteenpennj bottle of Fluenzol, in a few minutes cured her girl of a cough, and how her husband (Engiuedriver Walsh) was cured of a bad sore throat with a few teaspoonful g.-irgle.? from the same bottle. Take undiluied Fluenzol in teaspoonful p;irgles at short intervals and a bottle will last a long time. US Could not obtain a better or more delicious jam than "K" Jam, which is famous for its natural fruity flavor. The choicest fruit, the finest methods, the utmost purity—all combine to make "K" Jam a delicious and wholesome food delicacy. n 2LWJ THE KING OF JAMS. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Sold Everywhere. Over 50 Award's for Excellence. Purity guaranteed by Ity guar Kirkpat Dunedin Agents: W. TAYLOR AND SON, Limited.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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