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GENTLEMEN'S COLLARS Latest High-class Shapes! Collars. One Price, 9deach. I.—Penk Collars are now very fasbJonnble. The Collar shown in illustration has peaks with rounded points. Thjs stylo can be had in various depths—viz. : The Comas, Ijin. The Roslyn, 2ln. The Opera, 2iin. -This Collar has the sharp nr what is generally known as the u square iK>ak," and is meeting with a very ready Fale. Stocked in following depths: The George, I£ln. The King, liln. The Islington, 2ln. The Rothesay, 2ln. front," which never allows it to gape open. It always sits well, and is verv comfortable. The Crystal, 2i«n. The White Star,*2ln. The Ulva, 2^ln. 4.—This shape is for those who prefer a style with more tie o.—The popular low style. room. It is a Double Collar Fronts well rounded off. Vety exactly as diagram. and is comfortable for wear. stocked in the following depths: The Maxford, Ijln. The Hot- The Kulneck, IJIB. The Dallingbeam, 2in. ton, The Dermo, I*lfl. Stylish Soft Collars G.—The Favorite Double Collar. 7.—The Now Polo, deep points; soft, striped Cambric. oti. The very smart style. In. Tiisaore same shape in Plain "White or Silk, 1/3. In fancy-make Soft Tussore Silk. 13. Cotton, if. . Arthur, Ld. Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers, 12, 14, 16 & 18 GEORGE STREET. BOYS' 'VARSITY SUITS! GREAT VALUES AT FOR THE WARM WEATHER. ROYS' V. ID-BROWN COTTON GABARDINE *V3.RSrrY tjriTS.— A very strong materia], a good wearer, and an excellent washing Suit. Sizes ... 2to 6. 7to 9. Spaol3! prices 10/6 12/ FOR SUMMER WEAR. BOYS' MID-GREY MIXED TWEED 'VARSITY SUITS— A good color for dusty weather. SiJ»» ... 2to 0. 7to '.). Special pricss ... 9/6 10/6 FOR SCHOOL WEAR. BOYS' DROWN AND GREY -MIXED TWEED' 'VARSITY SUIT.-', with real stlines; smart-looking patterns. Sizes ... 1 to 3. ito 6. 7to P. Special prtos* 10/6 11/6 12/6 BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD. BOYS' OUTFITTERS, PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. PRING Again we have the pleasure of offering our Assistance in this Annual Task of Brightening up the Home. «y "We can lift your Carpets, clean them by automatic machinery, ' and relay them. This service costs but little, and saives imich worry. T We can Repair, Repolishj and Roupbolster Entire Suites or Single Articles at moderate cost, the whole of the work being done in our own Factory. •J "Wo supply at most reasonable prices Floorcloths, Linoleums, and Carpets, taking the dimensions and laying down in finished style. We take measurements and make to order Casement and Room Curtains from a choice variety of novel and artistio fabrics. f We supply estimates free for any work required. Please rinjr. up No. 209, and our representative will call and consult with you; or kindly favor up with a visit of inquiry. *J We hare the Largest and Finest Stock of Furniture in Otago, and our prices are the lowest obtainable. You will find it to vour advantage to inspect our choice and varied collection of Modern and Art Styles. Scoullar THE CITY FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. LL ALTERAtIOKS OF M^LAI %si&Bz&&S^"S&£gtZl&B&£3}

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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