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No Increase in Prices OF MICHELIN TYRES Uninterrupted Supplies during the War, obtainable from All Leading Agents

SMART SUMMER COSTUMES /jTTT W« have a specially fine range of Costumes showing at present, and JJ would like to bring before your notice some of the lines which we consider are worthy of special mention. The favorite White Pique is, of course, the first. The Costume complete is 21/, and Skirts alone are from 6/11 up. The Black and White Check Costume is from 29/6. Colored Poplin, with Fancy Bilk Collar and Cuffs, is also 28/6. Pure Tussore Silk Costumes at 60/ is a line that sells well. The new Magyar Costume, with Ribbon Belt and Tassels, is 80/ in the finest Navy Serge, while wo can do the same Costume in colored materials at 29/6. We have just taken delivery of a range of manufacturer’s samples of Coats for next winter. Though they may seem out of place in Summer Goods, we find we are selling a lot of these to ladies who are travelling or preparing for the holidays. The styles and colors are, of course, extremely new; and as these wore really in New Zealand before the war started the prices are very low. D REAVER’S s a VVm GEORGE STREET, •PHONE 1822. 4 r LAWN MOWERS. The “LION,” 5-knife, is the Best English Mower on the Market at a Moderate Price. Leaves a beautifully smooth Lawn. " CYCO BARBER’* (Ball Bearing), 4-knife. “BARBER,” 4-knife. “PHILADELPHIA,” 3 and 4-knife. “DAISY," 3-knife. GREEN’S 16-INCH, for Bowling Greens and Fine Lawns. RANSOME’S EDGE TRIMMERS. “PENNSYLVANIA” EDGE TRIMMERS. GARDEN ROLLERS (Ordinary and Water Ballast). GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. THOMSON, BRIDGES &C GENERAL IRONMONGERS & CROCKERY MERCHANTS O. Ltd ’Phones, 741 & 742. DUNEDIN. Opp. Bank of 6X

■JIHBB L Could not obtain a better or more delicious jam than “ K ” Jam, which is famous for its natural fruity flavor. The choicest fruit, the finest methods, the utmost purity—all combine to make ‘‘K” Jam a delicious and wholesome food delicacy. Jf AIM THE KING OF JAMS. THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE. [Tfl— *»w»w™3B3a Sold Everywhere. Over oil Awards for Excellence. Purity guaranteed by itirkpatrick's. Dunedin Agents; W. TAYLOR AND SON, Limited. J HAWKINS'.-: PRUT LIST. "OOST Free.—Goad Enemas from 4s 6d to i. 12 •td .a-.!. .\-hl.y- Mci- I. 3 j .f,, .“0 George street. .L’uncdr.i. C - 'BRTICfRA Ointment. Is 6n ; Cert icur.i Pills, Is 3d; Cenicura Chilblain '‘ir.unem, Is; Hawkins's Magic ll'j!:' \ Is fid bottle. “OhOOMINE is a ptins ‘‘taliin?” roaedy, SL» a Mire care. it will r-.h-.-vs you in ihveo apnlirat ions. * IX the di(*jpt-nso between having jtainful corns ami not having them is sixpence -Gie price of Jiloonninc. BLOOVINE," the great Corn. Wart, and Bullion ('are. Price, 6d, everywhere, and Hawkins's, 150 Georgo street-. ___ ROUGH and Reddy Hands. Chapped Lips and Face cured with “ Spring Blossom Ointment." Sold at Hawkins's. SPRING Blossom Ointment” cures Burns, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, and Irritating ISruptiong. fid and Is everywhere. T ADIES. cure yourselves with “Orange ,B_i Blor-om ” ; one month’s treatment, ss. General agent i Hawkins, herbalist, George istreet. A RSENICAL Pills, Is 6d; Pink Pills, is 6-1; Dr Bloom’s Ointment, Is 6d; Pile Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins’s, George street. CORING Blossom Soap, healing, r>ud cleansing, hragiant and refreshing; price fid. Hawkins’s, 150 George street. Ttt/STANDARTN Laundry Cam,” the- only i’.l -rcnuinoi “Chinese Gaze,” Cd and Is; eveiyv.-here. Agent- Wm. Taylor, merchant. MRS LOUISA HAWKINS'S Infant Teething Svmp. U Vvutle; “Infant Soothing Powdeis,” Is box; “Gem Worm Powders,” Is. Hawkins'?. _ HAWKINS'S Sixpenny Cough Remedy cures Coughs. Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis. Trade-mark; “Big Six.’ f;{yfOND T)\fid; Dr Bloom's Complexion Pills, 4s 6d: Spring Blossom i’UU, a«d 1». At Hawkirts’s.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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