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A LANDSUDE! This Remarkable Sal© of Laidlaw and Gray’s will ha responsible for renewed interest in buying Furniture and Furnishings. To-day we have selected from our Hugo Stock the following Special Lines: —DUCHESSE CHESTS AND SUITES. These wa will absolutely sacrifice, in order to make it worth your while placing your Order 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 prices. But if you have missed coming during the preceding days you can com© To-day. Splendid Economies in Every Department at RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. 50cupsofthis famous tea FREE -f. as .O i' ' ; .'."ld Wii-m Pip! S&'iip ■•a iii ,v •• I ll m w m jii m m SS <3*> YOU can have a Free jib Packet of Lipton’s 2/- Tea by •imply requesting it from Lipton, Ltd., Bos 222, Wellington. Send two penny stamps for return postage. In buying Lipton’s Tea you purchase die most popular brand known. It has won more Gold Medals and Diplomas than any other tea in the world, and has established lor itself the reputation, “ Tfaa Pride of Five Continents.” Send now for Free Packet, and learn the taste of a Pure Tea supplied direct from the Tea Gardens to the public. LIPTON’S TEA 1/6, 1/8, 1/10,2/. per lb. Sold by a!; 1 leadin’ City and Suburban Grocfift Marty and Co. and More ton and Braciiusld, Dunedin, Agents far Otago, a e =0 SOMETHING NEW Q prs A 7 cv \J ir^*7 © Pijv'J r*r jriU fi. V. 4^5 il 1?£ Biscuits! ERSALE a_/ OF Footwear life 5/ anr You have heard a lot lately about the increased price of fij Shoe Leather, but you don’t need to worry r.hont that. JJ Wo are here to demon rt re to to you and convince you that good, reliable Hoots and shoes are just as cheap to-day as ever they wore. One interesting point aoout our goods lies m tire fact that THE QUALITY IS UNIMPEACHABLE; a still more interestin'* noint is the fiict that you etui "el u }]itl iltll SELECTION and BETTER VALUE at THE ALWAYS BUSY SHOE STORE than at any other Shoe Store m this City, try dealing with us for your pocket’s sake. W. Harris & Son “THE ALWAYS BUSY” SHOE STORES, 212-214 GEORGE STREET. Where you get the LEATHER-SOLED, DAMP-RESISTING SANDALS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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