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LANE’S EMULSION far that Cough ? It’a a atarling ramadr. 2/6 and 4/6 evarrwhara. *

FOR Household Necessities. We undertake to supply you with Everything for the Home In CHINA AND CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND ELECTROPLATE, LAMPWARE & BRUSH WARE, HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY. Wo have Just opened up a Special Line of DESSERT AND TABLE KNIVES, guaranteed blades, which we are clearing at 4/9 Dessert and 6/3 Table Knives per half-dozen. The above are exceeding good value. Also Just opened, a Large Shipment of ENAMELW ARE, in Teapots, Kettles. Saucepans, etc., at Hook-bottom Prices. We carry the largest Stock In Town in tho above lines, which affords one the Finest Selection. 39 GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon).

For the Discriminating Hostess I Tha Hostess who desires to make her Afternoon Teas charming and distinctive is quick to realise the import- ’ ance of a Good Afternoon Tea Service. The attractiveness of the utensils used contributes in no small measure towards making the occasion a success. 5[ Illustrated is an Afternoon Tea Service which will impart distinction and refinement to any entertainment E.P. Afternoon Tea Service » . Reproduction of old design, £5 .IT This style of design is now in groat favor with Hostesses. The Hot Water Jug, Teapot, Cream Jug, Sugar Bowl rest on a Wire Stand, and can be carried about as a whole or lifted out separately- Handles are wickercovered, to prevent their overheating. The material is the Best Electroplate, and at £5 it is the greatest value offering In Modern, Up-to-Date Tea Beta. Dawsons Limited ONLY ONE ADDRESS: Cor . Princes St, & Moray Place

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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