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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. T JMBR ELLAS.—Finest stock in Dunedin ; ( 4J Ion" handles, new stylish tops, real silver mounts, from 5s 6d. T. Ross. NEW Raincoats, serviceable for rain or dust; girls', maid*', and ladies' sizes, cravenetto hydrotite, from Hs 6d. Excellent Ki<i Glove*, black,' white. and all colors, from 2s 6d; good Lisle and Cashmere Stockings from Is ; __ AND tho finest stock of stylish Blouses, Overalls, Feather Necklets, and Corsets ever shown. T. Ross, importer. CYCLE Covers and Tubes—2oo 12s 6d Covers 10a fid, 200 5s fid Tubes 4s fid; reducing stocks. Scott, George street. WAR disorganises trade; accumulation of Cycle Covers and Tubes clearing at great reductions. Scotts, George streetCVCLE Covers—Vulcanised rubber, heavy tread, strong canvas, guaranteed six months; usually 12s fid, now 10s fid. Scotts. CYCLE Tubes—Best Para rubber, oven thickness, strong and springy; usually 5s fid, clearing 4s fid. Ann Cycle Covers, fresh from manufac/wUU turcr; most popular line; guaranteed 6 months; were 12s fid, now 10s fid. qaa Cycle Tubes, best Para rubber; guat>sUU anteed six months; usually 5s fid, now 4s fid; genuine reduction. Scotts, George street. (CIGARETTES made from Red Jacket J Tobacco draw caaily, burn coolly, evenly. UTUAL Stores.—Show Week; First display Christmas Novelties—Dolls, fid, Is; Mechanical Toys_in great variety; GAMES, Japanese Novelties, Hair Brushes, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neckwear, Belts, Hose, and other useful presents. ■ or- Sponge Cloth Sport Coats, lls fid OO each—worth 225; Japanese Baskets, 8d each. Mutual Stores, Dunedin. 11 TTEKE’S to you and yours." Drink it In XX Watson’s No. 10, and do honor to the occasion. PAPE RHANGNIGS.—Wren’s Friezes, Cralonnes to match: latest decorations, beautiful designs, artistic coloring; remarkable prices: 20,000 pieces Is, usually 3s fid. Painting Requisites, Picture Moulding, Glass reduced prices; estimates free Painting, Glazing. Framing. Wren's. nnHB Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under X new management; everything of the beat. Electric Maawging_a Specialty. PAPER for wrapping-up For Sale. Apply * Star ’ Office. Bond street. ANTED Known—Free Gifts for hard times. The Westminster Free Gift Scheme for Regent Cigarettes is a genuine one. To give collectors a start ; tho advertisement appearing on page 5 in ‘ Star ’ of November 19th will count as ttvo free gift tickets. Cut it out and start collecting. •w ATSON’S Nc. 10 is a little dearer than most whiskies, but' is worth the money. 4 SK your grocer for Marshalls Curry jt\. Powder, the powder of quality and fine flavor; piquant and appetising. COOKE, HOWLISON’S Bargains this month; the very best, latest models; rare chance probable buyers. * -| /\/\ New Bicycles just landed; Eadie Xt/U coasters, front brakes; high grade; £lO MOTOR Cycles.—See latest Humbers, Clynos, King Dicks; special prices this month. Cooke, HowliaOn. SECOND-HAND Motors—Humber, fixed, Norton, fixed, £35; 2-speed King Dick, £4O. 1 I" 71AMOUS Record Bicycles, built to order, . with Eadie coaster, £l2 10s; stock, £ll ICs. rfIYRES— Motor and Cycles; Hutchinson, X Moseley. Bates; no increase in price. Cooke, Howl!son. MEN of taste, of culture make their Cigarettes from Red Jacket Tobacco. ~4 WAT with dull care and sorrow! Watx\. serfs No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. Tt/f ARSHALL3 Kidney Cure, a well-teated J.VL remedy that soon stops that backache; 2s fid. Marshall* Pharmacy. GRAPES (the first of tho season), tho CHOICEST STRAWBERRIES, CHERKIES. ASPARAGUS, LOCAL TOMATOES. POTATOES, GREEN PEAS, APPLES, ORANGES, PINES. rpn ROXBURGH FRUIT STUART STREET. MART, RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS, The Prices axe Reasonable and the Quality is tho Beet. MOLLISONS LATEST. A GREAT OFFERING IN THE DRESS DEPARTMENT. 773 Y i RDB (in 3 Lots) FRENCH WORSTED SUITINGS, MARKED AT 40 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. They are the Highest Grade Quality, in light-weight, pure-wool Worsteds. Suitable for Summer Costumes and Dresses. We secured them a Bargain, We offer them | at Bargain Prices. See them at once. They arc Charming Goods. LOT 1 comprises 380 Yards Lovely TWEED, in 5 designs, in Soft Shades of Light Grey, with Smart Stripe, 50 inches wide. Usually 4s 9d, now 2s lid yard. LOT 2 comprises 271 Yards Fine ALL-WOOL WORSTED SUITINGS, in French Grey, Now Reseda, Amethyst. New Itala and Light Coffee, all now shades with novelty stripe, 44 inches wide. Usually 0s fid, now 3s lid yard. LOT 3 comprises 122 Yards 58-inch NOVELTY FRENCH WORSTED SUITING, in Medium Summer Shades; a charming material. Usually 7s fid, now 4s fid yard. Miss BROOME (who has control of our Dressmaking Department) is prepared to execute your Orders for Costumes or Dresses before Christmas, providing you place your Order at once. MOLLISONS LTD., END OF PENNY SECTION. NO SHORTAGE OF DRUGS. WILKINSON AND SON, Chemists, have in Stock FULL SUPPLIES OF ALL DRUGS. Chemicals, Patents, etc. Regular importations coming to hand. Doctors’ Prescriptions Dispensed at USUAL PRICES. Punty and Accuracy Guaranteed. 91 PRINCES STREET and 297 GEORGE STREET. DUNEDIN. WHEN IN TOWN A VISIT TO OUR ESTABLISHMENT WILL REPAY YOU. A Splendid Range of UP-TO-DATE AND RELIABLE NOVEI/TIES Is Being Shown in All Departments. D U T H 1 K S, Drapers, GEORGE STREET. EVERY WOMAN TAKES A PRIDE IN HER HOSIERY. You have now a First-rate Opportunity of Getting tho Very Best Quality Makes, in. tho Newest and Smartest Designs, and, be, aides* being Attractive to look at, THEIR QUALITY 18 THU VERY BEST. DAINTY EMBROIDERED HOSE, la. Is fid, 2a fid. 2s lid. SILK ANKLE HOSE, m Black and Ton, 2s 3<J and 2s Ud. PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE, Is, Is fid, up to 3s fid. unique” stokes. “ FAMOUS FOR BIG VALUES," STUART STREET. w HITE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply; ‘Star’ Office, Bond street.
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