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TO THE TO THE WOMEN OF THE PLAIF'S! TO EVERY RESIDENT ON THE TAIERI! WE DELIVER THIS MESSAGE s HOLD YOURSELF FREE FOR NEXT FRIDAY EVENING. MAKE THE GREAT PATRIOTIC BIEETIKO TO BE HELD IN THE MOSGIEL HALL ON NOVEMBER 13, AT 7.30 P.M. SHARP, WORTHY OF TAIERI'S BEST TRADITIONS. ROLL UP IN SOLID FORCE! BY YOUR PRESENCE YOU PROVE YOUR SYMPATHY. BY YOUR WHOLE-HEARTED ASSISTANCE MANY HOMES OF THE EMPIRE AND BELGIUM WILL BE BRIGHTENED. THINK OF THE GALLANT SOLDIERS WHO ARE FIGHTING FOR OUR VERY EXISTENCE. THIS IS NO HYSTERICAL APPEAL. MONEY IS URGENTLY WANTED FOR THE DEPENDENTS OF THOSE GRAND FELLOWS WHO ARE WILLINGLY LAYING DOWN THEIR LIVES FOR THE HONOR AND SAFETY OF OUR EMPIRE. THE DUTY OF OTAGO RESIDENTS IS PLAIN. LET OTHERS DO AS THEY WISH: OUR HEARTS AND PURSES ARE WITH THE EMPIRE. The ' For Carpenters' Tools, Engineers' Tools, Gardeners' Tools! /QUALITY Is the \ Test of Cheapness. > QUALITY Is Our First Consideration. EVERY CARPENTER, EVERY CAROENER, EVERY MECHANIC, EVERY KEEN BUYER—IN FACT, EVERYBODY—IS NOW VISITINP THE G.S.I. Our Profit Margin Is Low. A The Goods are Right. TWO NEW TOOLS FOR THE GARDEN. "THE ANDYO."—This is shaped similar to mattock, but in place of a straight cutter is fitted with convex blade for opening drills. 4/9 each. "THE NHU HOE." Btted with adjustable handle; suitable for weeding, billing-up, edge-trimming, cutting drills, etc. 4/6 each. GEORGE ST. IRONMONGERY COY. 243 CEORCE STREET (near Hanover street).

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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