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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. j CHERRIES! CHERRIES! Choice Melbourne Cherries, Is par lb. Fresh Strawberries, lOd and Is box. Sweet Oranges. 12 for Is. Hothouse Cucumbers, 9d and Is each. Fresh New Potatoes. 3d per lb. Green Peas, 3d per lb. I 100 sacks Prime Potatoes. 6s 6d sack. | Gooseberries, Hothouse Tomatoes, etc. JRYANT AND CO.'S' FRUIT MARKET. _3l Rattray street. 'Phone 1,912. Delivery in City and Suburbs. COOKE, HOWLISON'S Bargains tbi» mouth; the very best, latest models; rare chance probable buyers. ■j aa New Bicycles just landed; Eadie JLU" coasters, front brakes; high grade; £lO fOTOR Cycles.—See latest Humbers, Clynos, King Dicks; special prices this lor.ih. ' Cooke. Howlison. SECOND-HAND Motors.—Humber, fixed. n5 £4O: Norton, fixed, £35; 2-speed King Dick, £4O. 71AMOUS Record Bicycles, built to order, ' with Eadie coaster, £l2 10s; stock, £ll 's. TYRES.— Motor and Cycles; Hutchinson, Moselfy. Hates: no increase in price. Cooke, Howlison. "ERE'S to you and yours." Drink it .n Watson's No 10, and do honor to "ISS CLOUGH'S new and novel niato- . rials for Ladies' Art Needlework and Artistic; Crafts! The ladies' depot. "Tt/fISS CLbUGH'S."—Ladies' HairdrcssItJL in; t° Sl, it every occasion: moderate charges: women operators! Ladies' depot, George streot. TO lady can afford to inspecting the jb. 1 voaily wonderful " Spirclla " Corsets! Mi:-s Cloiigh, sole agent. T tHE "Spirclla' - i.» the Corset that weildremed women need; x creates ! beauty! Miss dough, agent. I SPECIAL ideas In Display Stands and FixI hues, worked out efficiently, rea-son-_Je prices. PattiHos, shoptitte.rs, Moray nlacc. EVERYTHING, trom handsome Airtight Showcases to Parlor Cupboards, made to order. Pattillos. wood-craftesnien, Moray place. TTIEN you require a good Hot-water . . Bag. oue that will last, get it- at Marshall* "Pharmacy. OLD age commands respect. Watson a No. 10 is highly esteemed because very old and fully matured. •\/fUTUAL Stores.—SLow Week: First i.»i display Christmas Novelties—Dolls, 6d, Is; Mechanical Toys in great variety: GAMES, Japanese Novelties, Hair Brushes, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neckwear, Belts, Hoso, and other useful presents. Qe .S.Monge (loth Sport Coats, lis 6d Q*J each—worth 225; Japanese Baskets, 8d each. Mutual Stores, Duucdin. street, i-.as largo stock Gent«' Second-hand Even\i\z and Sac Suits For Sale cheap. EVERWEAR. the sole leather for satisfaction, only from us; bring your repairs. .New Zealand Clothing Factory. O'i.ti' \arsity Suits, improved style, 13s 6d. 14s 6d, 15s 6d: Washing tops, 3s Id, 4s lid. New Zealand Clothing Factory. >OYS' smart Cntsw.old Knicker Suits. 23s u> 6.1, 27» 6d, 32s 6d, 3£s; absolutely per-fect-fitting. New Zealand Clothing Factory. MEN'S Sac Suits, tnilor-cut stvlos. excellent finish, 47s 6d. 5S<, 62s "6d. 69s 6d, 755. New Zealand Clothing Factory. PA PKiiHANGNIGS.—Wren's Friezes, Cre- J tonr:e» to ma*ch; latest decorations,] beautiful designs, artistic coloring: remark-! able prices; 20,000 pieces Is, usually 3s 6d. Painting Requisites, Picture Moulding, Glass reduced prices: estimates free Painting, Gin zing, Framing. Wren's. OR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the .' friendly nip—Uat-on's No. 10 Whisky. fTtHE Basement Hairdrcssing Saloon, umter JL new nimagement: everything of the best. Electric Massogiug a Specialty. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply ' Star' Office. Bend street. lARTINS, Octagon.—Great time for bargains in Furniture. Cally early. i CARPET Ends, 25 lid. 3s lid up; Rugs reducad to 6s; Carpets from 355. Mar- | tins. I Chests. 355; Tile Washstands, _J 19s 6d, 27s 6d, up to 70s. Martins, Octagon jpQIY 10 3 - —Nearly ne " walnut iron-frame, I &*nJ t trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. FLOORCLOTHS from 2s 3d running yard; Linoleums from 3s 3d; Inlaids, 3» 6d •quare yard. Martin 3, Octagon. nio 103.—English Piano; suit beginner; ofef.L/* sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. ATSON'S Nc. 10 is a liti'e dearer than . . most whic-l'i?s, but is worth the: money. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. |-\ROOPSHIPS must be Supplied. Don't Worry. DUNEDIN PRICE IS STILL SOLD AT rp J. HARRISON'S, BUTCHER. FASHIONABLE FOOTWEAR REASONABLE PRICES. We have a Very Full Stock at. Present of ALL CLASSES OF FOOTWEAR, And Ask your Inspection of our Windows and Stock. FOR LADIES. Ankle Strap and Court Shoes, in Glace or Patent. Leather, in Very Large Variety. Piices, 13s 6d. 15s 6d. 16-- sd, 17s 6d. 16s 6d, to 22s cM. White Buckskin Bar, Button, and Lace Shoe, in Litest Shanes. Friers 13s fid, lGs 6d, IS> 6d. 22s 6d. Tan Willow I.aeo in Knob Toes and Stout i^olcs. Prices, 21s, ?2s 6d. 235. Glace Lace Shoes, iu the Newest Shapes and Fittings. Prices, 13s 6d, 14s 6d, 16s 6d, 18s 6d to 255. Patent Lace Derby Shoes, with High Toes, Very Sinavi. Prices. 21s, 22s 6d, 255. 27s 6d. FOR MEN. S'toui Box Hide Derby Cookhanis, Heavy Sole. Price, l&s 6d, 21*. Glace Kid Derby Boots, Sm;irt Shapes. Prices, 17s 6d, 18s 6d. 21s. " Knob Toes," in Glace Kid Luce Boots. Prices, 21s, 22s 6d. 23s 6d. We Hold an Exceptionally Well-selected Stock in ALL CLASSES OF FOOTWEAR LADIES AND MEN. ISLIP AND WATT, ■Footwear Merchants, 148 GEORGE' STREET.
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