After a day in field or furrow—Amber Tips The sturdy pioneer, to whose energy sad enterprise Maoriland owes so much, enjoys Amber Tips. His stalwart son, who represents the nation of the future, will drink no other tea. Ha realises that his parents in their younger days had but few of the advantages he possesses—that they had to pay a high price for tea, and even then could not purchase the same high quality and standard as 7ea\ Everybody's Favourite What of yourself? Ar.e you still using ■ome other brandf Don’t you owo it to youTOolf to try Amber Tip* the tea which has captured. tens of thousands of fastidious tea drinkers all over the Dominion. A packet of the 2'- grade will prove why. *1 hszt WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SONS. LTD- * ✓ Buy British Ms Gentlemen, don’t fail to inspect our New Summon Goods, imported direct from England. They have opened in first-class order, and the styles are thoroughly representative of all timt is moat up to date in the New Fashions. Wo are Hat Specialists, and will bo pleased to show our Goods at all times. TAYLOR’S City Hatoneum 153 Rattray Street. 1863.] AN EASY WAY to MAKE YOUR OWN BLOUSES Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. .jTTT WE ARE NOW SHOWING THE VERY LATEST IDEA IN BLOUSE LENGTHS. With each Length is given FREE, n Fashion Plato showing the Finished Blouse, a Cut-out Paper Pattern, Cutting Diagrams, and Complete Instruction a for Making Up. Any Lady, even if she has never before done any Dressmaking, by carefully following the simple instructions with Diagrams and Pattern mav quite easily make' her own Blouses. The Blouses themselves are in the very newest styles and colors and are all good washing materials, such as Plain Colored Crepes. Striped Cotton Crepes. Cream Wool Delaines, and White Cotton Voiles. Our Window Display will give von some idea of the sheer beauty of tnese lovely goods. Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. D REAVER’S GEORGE STREET. *PHONE 1822. Show Week! Race Week! You’ll wait a New Hat Come Here For It. You cannot go to cither event with a shabby Hat. A new one will top you off just right; so that, whatever you want in tha way of Headgear, you cannot do better than visit BROWN, EWING'S. Hards, Softs, or Straws, our assortment is large, our qualities good, and our values unbeatable; and wo can give you a wide range of colors to choose from. MEN’S SOFT HATS, in Fine or Fancv Mixed Fell*. 6/6, 9/6, 11/5. MEN'S SOFT HATS, superior goods, Fine or Mixed Felts. 13/6, 14/6, 16/6. MEN’S STRAW BOATERS, in Sin, 2}in. or 2Jin brims. 6/6, 7/9, 9/6, 10/6.' Brown, Ewing & Co. Ld. MEN’S HATTERS DUNEDIN.
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
Page 9 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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