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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. DRUGS AND THE WAR. RCONN, the “Grand” Pharmacy, • Chemist and Druggist, intimates that when War was Declared he Secured AMPLE SUPPLIES of ALL DRUGS necessary for the Compounding: of Doctors’ Prescriptions. Prescriptions Dispensed from any Doctor. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. CONN'S “GRAND” PHARMACY, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. NEW IRISH LINEN DEPOT. ON SATURDAY MORNING we will open premises in George street devoted to the sale of Pure Dish Linen Goods. The owner, Mr M'Fadden, has had fifteen years’ practical experience in the production of Irish Linens, so that Dunedin ladies can depend upon getting genuine linens of absolutely the highest quality and of guimmlced British manufacture. X!te initial display will include tho following good*. bought personally in Ireland by Mr MTadden ; Irish Hand-embroidered Voile Blouses (the finest selection ever shown in i Dunedin) from <3s lid up. Largo assortment of pure Irish Handembroidered Linens, Bedspreads, Tea, Tray, and Sideboard Cloths, Doylrys, Crash Goods, and Handkerchiefs, We invite you to call and inspect these beautiful Linens, and see for yourtelf the excellent values wo offer. M'FADDEN’S IRLSH LINEN DEPOT. 51 George street (2 doors from Moray place). WILSONS, KING STREETREDUCED PRICES IN DRIED FRUITS. CURRANTS (Best), 4id per lb. SULTANAS (Best). 5d per lb. SEEDED RAISINS, 4*d per lb. SEEDED RAISINS ((New, Extra Choice), Cd per lb. DRIED APRICOTS, 9d per lb. DRIED APRICOTS (Extra Choice, New), lOd per lb. DRIED PEACHES, 9d per lb. PRUNES (70 x 80), 5d per lb. PRUNES (60 x 70), 6d per lb. FIGS, 4id per lb. FIGS (Best Layer), 5d per lb. WILSONS,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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