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The Real Trouble is More Than a Man's Work % In other words, you're been "burning the candle at both ends." No wonder you're irritable—always on high tension; you want a tonio—you MUST have one in faotl IT Anßwerß the "what shall I take" question! It has brought health and happiness to many and many a person who suffered as you are suffering. % It gives strength and vitality to the jaded nerves—it gives a fillip to the weak appetite, and makes for that fine and fit feeling. •J Just see what joy and peace of mind lies within the Fosphorino bottle. Ask for Marshalla, and get the halfcrown size—it contains four times as much as the shilling size. ANY CHEMIST OR STOREKEEPER WILL BUPPLY IT. LAWN MOWERS. The "LION," 5-knife, is the Best English Mower on the Market at a Moderate Price. Leaves a beautifully smooth Lawn. -CYCO BARBER" (Ball Bearing), 4-knife. "BARBER," 4-knife. "PHILADELPHIA," 3 and 4-knife. -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. GENERAL IRONMONGERS & CROCKERY MERCHANTS •Phonos, 741 & 742. DUNEDIN. Opp. Bank of N.Z. Coolness, and Convenience this is the Favorite Suit. BRITISH SPORTS SUITS, MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN FROM BRITISH TWEEDS BY BRITISH WORKERS. These Suits are made with Three Garments—Coat, Vest, and Trousers —and ,may thus be worn for travelling and semibusiness purposes. For wearing on Holidays, etc., the Vest can be discarded. We find that the Three-Garment Suit is becoming the popular style. The Coats are cut-slightly larger and a little fuller than last year's fashion. Patch Pockets, Leather Buttons on Coat and Vest. Brown, Grey, and Heather Summer Tweeds. SPORTS COATS, similar in style to those supplied with the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four Patch Pockets. 25/- 27/6 30/- 32/6 Merchant Tailors, Hatters, and Men's Mercers, 12-14-16-18 George Street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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