Dunedinmade Shirts I Here you are, Men of South Dunedin! Shirts that you can’t beat anywhere! Don’t you think we can make as good Shirts in this City as anvwhere else in the World? We CAN, and we DO! Just see the fit of these Shirts—how nice they are round the neck, ou_ the shoulders, and all over. W hen you buy these Shirts you are helping to give employment to the skilled Women Workers of this City. We don’t make them ourselves; they are made by •Finns in Dunedin with whom Shirtmaking is an Art and a Business, and wo defy you to get better value! "Wo have SHIRTS for BUSINESS, HOLIDAYS, and WORK—all kinds, all piices, and all made in Dunedin! Here you are! HEN'S BUSINESS SHIRTS, With soft cuffs and linen bands, In the following popular stylos:— White ground with Black stripes, colored grounds with woven stripe; sizes 14J to IGj. Price, 3/6 each. White ground Tennis, with Blue stripe. 3/11. White ground Tennis, with colored stripes. A very superior Shirt. 4/6. White Matt and "White mercerised stripe. 3/6 i 3/11, 4/6) 4/11. Tussore. Poplin. 4/11. MEN’S TENNIS SHIRTS, With collars attached. Very suitable for Holiday ey.id Warm "Weather wear. White Tennis, with White unercerised stripe. 3/11. Mercerised Twill Shirts, very similar in appearance to Silt. 3/11. "White ground Tennis, with; woven colored stripe. 3/11 and 4/8. MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS. Strong and Comfortable. Harvard Shirts, in good stripe patterns, with hands or collars attached. 3/6, 3/11, and 4/0. Men’s Drill Workin"- Shirts, collars attached; size.. L4i to 17. Plain or striped. 3/8 and 4/6. Grandrill Working Shirts, strong wearing material, in the usual Blue-Grey stripe pattern; sizes 14J to idj. As this style is not just so popular as it used to be, we are selling what we have in hand at 2d per cent, loss than the usual price. Worth 4/. Now 2/11. ALL DUNEDIN-MADE 1 U' The Hub s SouthDunedin Drapery Supply Association, « We’re Awake to Sleeper’s Wants! “Restwell” Pyjamas Are the Acme of Comfort# Soft, Fleecy, Good Wearing. 8 dozen only MEN’S PYJAMAS, made from a specially woven Cloth, closely resembling the famous Viyella Cloth. They are all iu clean-looking patterns, with White grounds, and have neat stripes in Blue, Helio, and Reseda; and for those who are looking for a comfortable yet inexpensive night Garment, there* is nothing better to bo had. They are so delightfully soft that your comfort is assured between the hours of 11.a.m. and 6 p.m. CET A SUIT TO-DAY. Price, 8/6! Two for 16/- f Brown, Ewing and Co., Ltd., THE MERCERS. DUNEDIN. tmmamatmmmmmamaammaammmmammammammmi 'r A ) j I NOTIONS S r Wo have just opened a. Large Selection of ART NOVELTIES in our Needlework Department, in Japanese and Liberty designs, including Pincushions, Handkerchief and Glove Boses, Photo Frames, Trinket Boxes. <] Your Friends at Home would appreciate sueh Gifts, and you have still time to make your purchases for the Christmas mail. STANDARD PAPER PATTERNS. •j This Month’s Patterns include styles for Sports Dresses and Holiday Wear Girls’ and Bovs’ stvles, and new designs lor Underwear. i ’ AM Patterns, 9d each.' THE PESBGNER. r A Monthly Illustrated Magazine, fully instructive in Fashions, Dressmaking, Beauty and Hygiene, Cooking nod Kiteh.-n Helps, ns well as interesting Fiction by clever authors. Price. 9d copy: postage 3d, Yearly subscription 5.6; postage free. THE STANDARD EMBROIDERY BOOK •T Contains groat help, and is a great favorite with all Ladies. It contains Complete Designs for Stitching suitable for all classes of Embroidery, and has many Articles on Crocheting and Knitting. By purchasing this Book yon may choose any Transfer Pattern Free on presenting the Coupon contained therein. VISIT THE NEEDLEWORK COUNTER. *i We will he pleased to give you expert advice. Any Work purchased will he commenced free of charge. D.I.C. Dunedin* GEO. CROW, Manager. A LANDSLIDE! This Remarkable Sale of Laidlaw and Gray’s will be responsible for renewed interest in buying Furniture and Furnishings. To-day we have selected from our Hugo Stock the following Special LinesDUCHESSE CHESTS AND SUITES. Thwe w* will absolutely sacrifice, in order to make it worth your while placing your Older with us. Huge Stock of furniture, Linoleums, Carpets, Crockery, Cutlery, Tools, lawn Mowers, Hose, Etc., Etc., at Lowest City Prices! Again we are unable to cite definite sizes and price*. But if you have missed coming during the preceding days you can come To-day. Splendid Economies iu Every Department at RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN n
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