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KS^^^^Mi^S®^^ Your Photo! Would look much nicer in one of our Silver Frames. "We have an assortment from 4/6 to 30/. Rememher, it's what they say it is at -Williamson's. Our-*atalogue is ;i help—it's free. T The Quality Jewellers hi Princes Street... arehouse and 10W WSOK You'll enjoy it immensely, and count it one of the Greater PtaawWM of your Trip to Duncd:n. It's Interesting to look over oor Enormous Works; it's Educational to go !&&"S *ls^s ; l"s through our Warehouse; it's Highly Profitable to inspect lie Sooroi of ! hold Use in our Show Roo Windmills, Steel Churns, fHi, Separators, Garden Hose, Pomps, Pulleys, Cocks, * Baths, Tools, Corrupted Tanks, Taps, Etc. \ In our Unrivalled Stock there is Line .'iter Line of Articles which will save .abor and Money in the Working of J he Farm, or mak» the Horn© Cheerful and Comfortable. Call and Inspect these Useful Lines; Look Over out Large Warehouse and Enormous Works. No obligation to tray. Stuart Street »j in I iiiii i Fjiiiuntii STRA\QHT UP FROM THE STATION. DON'T BE WORRIED I O-ase being worried with a. Machine that is continually slipping stitches or breaking needSn*. pleasure with your Sewing. By doing so you will save both time and temper. Prioes from JS7. Old Machines allowed for. Push Carta, 38/. R* DICYCLES-SEWING MACHINES—£>f|aifC FA WBINQEB3-LAWN MOWE26t/pull>3 CU CAEPBT BWEEPEBS, Etc. W. MELVILLE, 56 Go S^ t Dunedin.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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