tRAOTISE ECONOMY BY MAKING CHRISTMAS GIFTS THIS YEAR FOR YOUR FRIENDS. AND (MAKES A MUCH-APPRECIATED GIFT. Ny closa o£ Work, as tre ci * Kxpett* in Noed!« Craft. CUSHIONS, staniood on Paris Reran Cloth, -with Girdles attached, to bo worked in • JPflwone, 4» lid each. New FEBRONE BRAID WORK in Table- Corers, Cuehions, and Centres. This work ia very simple and effective. Small Stamped Novelties in CJRA3H, assorted pricei. Special Offtrinsr of STAMPED BLOUSES, CAMISOLES, and DRESSING JACKETS ready fox Embroidering. Pearsall'B Colored FIBROSE, fasfj colors and washable, IJd sltein, Is 3d dozen. ITBRONB BRAID in all Art Shades, 3id yard. D.I.C. D.I.C.
TjWERY Person consigning Bottles ta THOM3OX AND CO. is reminded that, Apollinaiis being a German production, ABSOLUTELY NO CREDIT WILL BK GIVEN TOR RETURNED ArOLLINARIS EMPTY BOTTLES.
AST OPPORTUNITY That Should Not be Missed. Select Your CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, CUSHIONS, TABLE COVERS, AND HOUSEHOLD DRArERY At BROWN, EWING'S NOVEMBER "SPRING CLEAN" BARGAIN OFFER Now Proceeding, AND YOU "WILL SAVE MONEY. 5n spita of the Price of Goods going up at Home, this Offer Presents iloro Favorable Advantages than any Previous One. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. BROWN, E WING & CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.
FUNERAL NOTICE. iHB Frlend3 of William and Annie Kettle are Teapectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their lato son George Bums, •which will learn their residence, 21 Constitution street, Port Chalmers, on SATURDAY, November 28. at 3.15 p.m., for plate of interment in Tort Chalmers Old Cemetery LOVE BROS., Undertakers, Port Chalmers. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Funeral of rlio late Robert Robinson (Gladstone Hotel, Fairlie) will leave. Outraro at 1 p.m. TO-MORROW (Saturday). November 28, Cor West Taieri Genietery. HUGH GOUKLEY, Undertaker, Clarke nnd Maclajgan streets. FUNEBAL NOTICE. TUB Friends of Sinclair Swanson (aad family) aro r-iepeotfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late wile, Margaret, which will leave his residence, 33 Hawthorn avenue. Mornington, TOJUOEROW (Saturday), the 28th inst., at 2 p.m., for the Southern Cemetery. A J. WYNN AND HOPE, Undertakers, 38 St. Andrew street.
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