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’Phone; 479. ' Factory ; 1,865. Private : 3,183. i r~ i JOHN GILLIES furniture, Linoleum, Carpet, and Rug Warehouse 24 GEORGE ST., DUNEDIN. GREAT BARGAINS I Our Immense Stock is now offered at Prices that will induce you to buy. Now is your opportunity. Don't miss this offer. Come and see for yourselves; Purity Strength and flavourare combined in )Jo other Jle approaches it in Quality. AN EASY WAY to MAKE YOUR OWN BLOUSES Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. OTT WE ARB NOW SHOWING H THE VERY LATEST IDEA 3J IN BLOUSE LENGTHS. With each Length •is given FREE a Fashion Plate showing the Finished Blouse, a Cut-out Paper Pattern, Cutting Diagrams, and Complete Instructions for Making Up. Any Lady, even if she has never before done any Dressmaking, by carefully following the simple instructions with Diagrams and Pattern may 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 you some idea of the sheer beauty of these lovely goods. Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. DREA VER’S GEORGE STREET. *PHONE 1822. DON’T BE WORRIED i Cease being worried with a. Machine that is continually slipping stitches or breaking needles. Buy a WHITE, and you will then have some real pleasure with your Sewing. By doing so you will save both time and temper. Prices from j£7. Old Machines allowed for. Push Carts, 3S/. BICYCEES-SEWING MACDIXES—WRINGERS—LAWN MOWERS - CAEPET SWEKPEBS, Kit. Repairs to W. MELVILLE, 56 ° e £*% t Dunedin.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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