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SB The fashionable Wristlet Watch IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT Stewart Dawson’s CORNER PRINCES AND DOWLINQ STREETS. All the Newest Patterns from London are now being shown. They comprise the Very Latest In Gold, Silver, and Gunmetal. Soma are fitted with Expanding Bracelets and others with Leather Straps. The illustration shows a Dainty New Design Just to hand from our London House. The case is Sterling.Saver, _ enamelled in a delicate shade of Bine—and it is a Timekeeper. SPECIAL PRICE, 21/-. FEED YOUR CHILD ON Newbury’s Rusks o THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers. r LAWN MOWERS. The "LION” S-knife, U the Best English Mower on the Market at a Moderate Price. Leaves a beautifully smooth Lawn. “CYCO BARBER” (Ball Bearing), 4-knlfe. “BARBER,” 4-knife. “PHILADELPHIA,” 3 and 4-koife. “DAISY,” 3-knife. GREEN’S 16-INCH, for Bowling Greens and Fine Lawns. RANSOME’S EDGE TRIMMERS. “PENNSYLVANIA" EDGE TRIMMERS. GARDEN ROLLERS (Ordinary and Water Ballast). GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. THOMSON, BRIDGER&C GENERAL IRONMONGERS & CROCKERY MERCHANTS O. Ltd ■Phones, 741 a 74a. DUNEDIN. Opp. Bank of ILX SILVERPLATE Stock to be Sacrificed EVERY ARTICLE HEAVILY REDUCED . In view of the fact that our fine stock of English Silverplate, 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 PURCHASE 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. RATTRAY STREET\ DUNEDIN.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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