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Popular With Everybody. Riok people like it because of its unequalled goodness; poor people prefer it because even the cheapest grade makes Delicious, Wholesome Tea. Prices to Suit All. 1/6 1/8 1/10 2/ The G.S.I. For Carpenters 9 Tools, Engineers 9 Tools, Gardeners 9 Tools! quality Is the Test of Cheapness. QUALITY Is Our First Consideration. EVERY CARPENTER, EVERY GARDENER, EVERY MECHANIC, EVERY KEEN BUYER—IN FACT, EVERYBODY—IS NOW VISITING THE G.S.I. Our Profit Margin is Low. The Goods are Right. TWO NEW TOOLS FOR THE CARDEN. “THE ANDYO.”—This is shaped similar to mattock, hut in place of a straight cutter is fitted with convex blade for opening drills. 4/9 each. “THE NHU HOE,” fitted with adjustable.hi eacll. ■■ llll'j ivnu m/iv, iili-vu mm iiuju.ivaimr.. nandle ; Sllitahlo for weeding, hilling-up, edge-trimming, cutting drills, etc. 4/G each. GEORGE ST. IRONMONGERY COY. 243 GEORGE STREET (near Hanover street). g lb* Hallowe’en I Ye’ll no be Forgettin’ Hallowe’en S.. Tins time-honored season has again come round. Scotchmen will bo foregathering, old memories will be revived, hands grasped m friendship? and presents given to mark the Jovial occasion. The ideal Present is something genuinely Scotch and suggestive or old customs. In this respect nothing is more suitable than our Genuine Scotch HORN WARE* m H Horn Mug, SilveiMiiountcd, Antique design. 21/. The Hornwave we arc now displaying is characteristic of Ronnie Scotland and its people. It is Genuine Scotch Horn ware, selected for its High Quality. Obtainable also in Shoo Lifts, Snuff Mulls, Spoons, Paper Knives, etc. Prices for all Purses, Horn Salt Collar, Silver-mounted. 10/6. Horn .Serviette Ping. Silver-mounted. 2/6. Dawsons Limited Jewellers and Opticians. r** Corner Moray Place £ and Princes St. p fiTRACHAM’S w : ?:tr |:;U /35vv III! iiiii H I rr fesi®PP^rir>i W pi » m it® aw. m If m ki T: tiro m ISAS TO THE LAST G«C“; ,'/?T' \\ aWBUMf We’re Awake to Sleeper’s Wants! u Restweil 99 Pyjamas Are the Acme of Comfort. Soft, Fleecy, Good Wearing. S dozen only MEN’S PYJAMAS, mado from a specially woven Cloth, closely resembling the famous Viyella Cloth. They are all in clean-looking patterns, with Whitt* grounds, and have neat stripes in Hint), Helio, and Reseda ; and for lliosa who are looking for " comforts bio yet inexpensive night Garment, there is nothing better to ba had. They are so delightfully soft that your comfort is assured between the hours of 11 s.ra. and 6 p.m. tm T> V GET A SUIT TO-DAY. Price, 8/6! Two for 16/-! and Co., Ltd., THE MERCERS, DUNEDIN. m J i .t

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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