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uiuiuiuumaiiimiiimimiiumuiiiuyfimuiimiiumiua The fashionable Wristlet Watch IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT Stewart Dawson’s CORNER PRINCES AND DOWLING STREETS. All the Newest Patterns from London aro now being shown. They comprise the Very Latest in Gold, Silver, and Gundine tal. Some are fitted with. Expanding Bracelets and others with Leather Straps. *> it ET*~© *5 \> 'JLWa The Illustration shows a Dainty New Design just to hand from our London House. The case is Sterling Silver, prettily enamelled in a delicate shade of Blue—and it is a Reliable Timekeeper. SPECIAL PRICE, 21/-. m { = : ii'igiJiMiLiuMsaßi—mmm—^ SILVERPLATE Stock to be Sacrificed EVERY ARTICLE HEAVILY REDUCED . In view of the fact that our fine stock of English Bilverplate, comprising the most up-to-date Goods of Highest Quality is now on the Bargain Table, we suggest that it is NOT TOO EARLY TO PUROHASB YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW. Buy to-day, and Save Money . BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, and DINNER CRUETS, JAMS. JELLIES, TEA and COFFEE SERVICES, CAKE FORKS, etc,, etc. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS . n RATTRAY STREET , DUNEDIN . DON’T BE WORRIED! Cease being worried with a Machine that is slipping stitches or breaking needles. Buy a WHITE, and you will then have some reel pleasure with your Sewing. By doing so you will save both tame and temper. Prioesrrom <7. Old Machines allowed for. Push Carts, 35/« BICYCLES—SEWING MACHETES—■WBUrODES—LAWN VOWEBS—CABFET BWBEKEBfi, Etc, Repairs to W. MELVILLE, 56 Dunedin.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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