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MARK THIS! You can waik into our Store and buy with Your eyes closed ; You are Nljs-i----lutely safeguarded against I buying an unftti it a hI e | article. You examine your | pure ha so thoroughly in j your own Imme. Tf it is 5 rot exactly what von anti- j cipated, return it. and your coney will he prompil; i passed hack. > REMEMBER OUR QUALITY. t| Our Gift Book Will Help You. It’s Free for the Asking. ti The Quality Jewellers £ fc Princes St., Dunedin. [ Granny Basket.” try?",. T<2 ,r/ jM•Ft] .r' rwuiHMui A very useful companion to take with you | when going to town. TF! K OLD FA"DnnT SH\7 1 K on ANNV MASKKTS cannot ho hen ten for Appv.ram ■’ an-! i'.-cf nines-. The inconvenience of patcol-ca trying !. n shopping is f)ttite imknntm if a Granny Musket is "your companion. ‘ I uvuiuuhh* for Kami. Orchard, .and (on den. n:>-r or a mtv whom-: v.’iM.o'v (NOT Si’Ll l'i. Sizes i•' \ Prices 18. Ol the Nest el THF KOI ■it SIZES WILE NEST FOR FAt KING. 1 -J x 10. 14 x 12. Id x 14. 23. 2 11. 2/11. :• Sizes. 9 . THEME is mi bkttfk v.u.it. IN’ mas keys to be mad. O til 9 High & Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN. 0(10 Vtf i r I Xh> " V; 'it SINGERS ai:k j.oni) in thp.ik i it a ist-; of BENJAMIN GUM ’flic ■ say it us a Wnmi.M I tiilv Quick and Thorough Ciir ■ for SORE AND :NT LAMED THROATS, COUCHS. AND COLDS, Etc. < el(.s in .• v.-rv yirvairtil al liiv .1, jin a l.Mllf nl '• Hi kjiiiii •. 11 cm « il( seen .3i in l]:t Di a wain ilVna .■ I.* ■. < . ] JAI K 1,6 rj’ll I I til > . w A*13 IT ‘ - MUTUAL STORES Show Room Specials for % this Week. WHITE ONE-PIECE GOWNS, very dainty. 12/11, 13/11, 15/6. WHITE PJQOE COSTUMES, “London made.” 17/11, 22/6, 27/6. LOVELY RANCH OF SILK SPORT COATS. 23/6, 35/6, 45/6 each. LATEST NOVELTY IN LUSTRE SPORTS COATS. 18/11, 25/11, 29/6 each. WHIT I. MUSLIN HLOI SLS, trimmed cmhrnjVJerv. 2/11, 3/11 each, PIQUE AND FLORAE BLOUSES. 3/11, 4/9, 5/6, 6/11. JUST OPENING. CREAM LACE AND PLACE SILK COATEES, very .smart. 21/, 22/3, 32/ C, 3D/6, 45/. SEEK-COLORED [AL. CREPE GOWNS, nnhro.dered \V!ntn; m all n.",v shades. 6/11 each. DRESSING lACKEIS, ciubn ■uiered Crepe. All at 4/6, NEW MODELS IN TRIMMED MILLINERY. READY-TO-WEAR AND I ’N"!HEMMED STRAWS At lowest prices. FEATHER BOAS. From 6/11 to 84/. r, Black and White, nipayne, Lilv, etc. APANESE ‘ DRAW 8d each. /LTV NECKWEAR, From 1/ to 4/11. HANDKERCHIEFS Rotorua.’’ Cotton Dress Fabrics. New Shipment of PRINTED JAPANESE CREPES, 1 irauiifnl do-,-.;;,.. B£d yard. Also MI the latest shades m SELF-COLORED CREPES, fine quality. 8-J-d yard. 31 In wide. SI I. KILN POPLIN, in 18 now -hades; 40-1 in wide. 2/ yard. ROSE HI T) CREPONS, White ground?, with chintz fl avers; very : .p- d property. 8d yard. Specials for this Week. Jj SOUVENIRS for the HOMELAND! Tho time is near at baud when von will be thinking of sending a Christmas Remembrance to a dear ore. in the Mother Land. A Gift characteristic of New Zealand would bo. doubly appreciated this year. A lino stock of .ManriJand Novelties, including useful and Ornamental Articles, in .New Zealand Greenstone cow on show. S? ■km> 55Wk w The Kiwi EGO Ci:p. in Electro Silver. A Suitable Gift for Adult or Gmi l—--ss. K«#-troß'lver ;>attern Putter Uiali, r.Hh true model oi Uie Kiwi, tbeH.'.C. Wriffiens. Coiuiuete with Knife—l 2* 6d. Stewart Dawson s Corner Princes and Dowling Sts., DUNEDIN.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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