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PRACTISE ECONOMY BY MAK INO CHRISTMAS GIFTS THIS year for your friends. BEAUTIFUL NEEDLEWORK ALWAYS APPEALS TO THE ARTISTIC TASTE, AND 'MAKES A MUCH-APPRECIATED GUT. W« mb Hslp you with any rises of "Work, as we employ Intcdlligent and Clever Experts in Needle Craft. CUSHIONS, stamped on Pam Reran doth, with Gutiles attached, to be worked in Pibrone, 4s lid each. New PIBRONE’ BRAID WORK in Table Covers, Cushions, awl Centre*. Thi* work is very simple and effective. Small Stamped Novelties in CRASH, assorted prices. Special Offering of STAMPED BLOUSES. CAMISOLES, and DRESSING JACKETS , ready for Embroidering. Pearsall’s Colored PIBRONE, fash colors and washable, skein. Is 3d dozen. PIBRONE BRAID in all Ait Shades, 3£d yard. D.I.C. D.I.C.

NOTICE. Person coneigning Bowles to THOMSON AND CO. is reminded that, Apollinaris being a German production. ABSOLUTELY NO CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN FOR RETURNED APOLLINARIS EMPTY BOTTLES.

AN OPPORTUNITY That Should Not be Missed. Select Tout CARPETS, UNOLEUMS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES. CUSHIONS, TABLE COVERS, AND HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY At BROWN, EWING’S NOVEMBER “SPRING CLEAN” BARGAIN OFFER Now Proceeding. AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY. .n spite of the Price of Goods going up ai Home, this Offer Presente More Favorabh Advantages than any Previous One. WRITE FOB CATALOGUE. BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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