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Popular With Everybody. Ricw people like it bocauEO of its unequalled goodness; poor people prefer it because oven the cheapest grade makes Delicious, Wholesome Tea, Prices to Suit AIL 1/6 1/8 1/10 2/son BOYS’ ’VARSITY SUITS! GREAT VALUES AT W N-EWINGS FOR THE WARM WEATHER. BOYS’ MID-BROWN COTTON GABARDINE ’VARSITY SUITS. —A very strong material, a good wearer, and an excellent washing Suit. Biases ... 2to 6. 7to 9. Special prioc-s 10/6 12/ FOR SUMMER WEAR. BOYS’ MID-GREY MIXED TWEED ’VARSITY A good color for dusty weather. Speola! prices Sizes 3 to 6. 9/6 SUITS.— 7 to 9. 10/6 FOR SCHOOL WEAR. BOVS’ BROWN AND GREY MIXED TWEED ’VARSITY STITS, with neat- stripes; smart-looking patterns. " ' ~ 4to (5. 7 to t). 11/6 12/6 Sizes Speck'd prices 1 to 3. 10/6 BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD. BOYS’ OUTFITTERS. PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. ...U/IRSi XMAS GIFTS In N.Z. Greenstone For Friends in tha Homeland. Dainty “liily of the Valley'* Design Greenstone Brooch, eet with Pearls— 22% 6d. Call and Inspect our full range of 8 1 Greenstone Novelties. Special Greenstone Booklet Sent on Request. QoM-iuouuted Greenstone Sword Brooch—l7s 6d, Gold-mounted Greenstone Ponblc-bur Proocb, 21s. i> Steward Dawson’s Corner Princes & Dowling Sts. DUNEDIN.

Wedding Groups. 5/ T;' yon wish your Wedding F'bntograph to give perfect satisfaction. have it. taken in ilio host possible msmiflr, 5/ Zenith Picture Photos an 1 distinctive. Tho posing is artistic) yr>t riot urn!, dresses are nicely arranged. tho prints come out clear and well defined. *f Hadn't yon better appointment? make an The Zenith Studio 68 Princes Street , Dunedin (Opp. A.M.P.). •Phone 859. C. E, 31 ERR lE, Manager, ’Phone 859 . y» T «« ■ m yerppp nTFr iiu m KSSXSe&SSSte* V m ftr.P iSaKffi rs*O E4 !!tv* Wt'i im Great Values in House Furnishings! FLOORCLOTHS, pood English make. 2yds wide. Light grounds, with tHo new small design : also Green grounds, with small conventional patterns, and Red grounds, with self stencil figures. Very Exceptional Value — 1/1H pe r Running Yard. LINOLEUMS, all tin's season’s patterns; light grounds, novel designs; 2yds wide. 3;6 and 3/11 per running yard. LINOLEUMS. Brown grounds, in this season’s tiled and small artistic designs; 2yds wide. 3/9 and 4/6 per running varcl. LINOLEUMS, Black and White small tilo patterns ; very suitable for bathroom, lobbies, and kitchen; 2yds wide. 3 0 per running yard. CASEMENT CLOTHS.—PIain, artistic fabrics, in the popular Cream shade; 36in wide. per yard. DITTO, Light or Deep Cream; 50in wide. 1 'ui per yard. DITTO, Silk-finished Poplin; 50in wide; in Light, Middle, and Very Deep Cream. 1/11 per yard. CREAM BORDERED CASEMENT CLOTHS, very near and effective. 30in wide, 4f}d yard. 4Gin wide. 8-id per yard. JAPANESE RUGS.—A fine lot of Japanese copies of Old Indian Designs, in a variety of Oriental Patterns. Those Rugs give splendid wear, tho very low prices considered. Prices, 3/11 and C,G. JAPANESE MATS, woven Eastern Designs; size 3ft by Cft. Price, 'l/llf ENGLISH HEARTHRUGS, in good serviceable qualities. For 4/11 and 6/11.. AXMINSTER HEARTHRUGS, bright colors, and splendid patterns, 8/11 up to 21/. For £ Initials all! —You can brighten up your Bedroom, and make it attractive for the coming Season ! For this sum you can buy at the “ HUB ” a supply of Beautiful Floorcloth, sufficient to cover an ordinarysized Bedroom, and a splendid big Japanese Rug, 3 feet by 6 feet, for the floor in front of the Bed, This will change the whole appearance of your Bedroom ! - - _ f«aeaßMßroaifiiiuwe»WA«wiiw Special Value "| for the Lot— cV JL« The Huh South Dunedin. Drapery Supply t: Association. ::

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914