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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known—That New Zealand cannot nlTortl to Joss £1.250,000 of revenue;. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line. j IAELIC Whisky is a powerful curative VJT for disease, and is very agreeable to the palate. OLD Lead.—Wanted To Buy, Old Lead, any quantity; best price given. Apply J. and T. Christie, plumbers, George street. NIGHT Dispensary.”—Registered Chemist in perpetual attendance at Bagley** Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe street). rruty Mrs Towier's Mansavita Pills for Fe- . X males, 3s 6d, 5s 6d post free (registered). Arcade, Dunedin. MANSAVITA Pile Ointment, prepared by Mrs Towler, a registered specialist, is prescribed by some doctors. MANSAVITA Ointment. Heals and Cures all Wounds, bos Is 6d; Enemas, 6s Cd; all Surgical Rubber Goods post free; Soap, lid cake. A DURESS: Mrs Towler, It Royal Arcade, J-i. Dunedin. Private Address: No. 12 Sunshine, Anderson Bay. Advice free; stamped envelope secures prompt attention. THE weak, the nervous, the dyspeptic, the sleepless owo more to Gaelic Whisky than any other cordial. ONTENTMENT” that splendid state of mind, is associated with all Lane’s Beverages. Quality uusutpassed. PILES, blind or bleeding, nothing to equal “ New American Cure ”; complete course, sa. At Marshalls rpiRED, Don't-care-to-work Feeling Cured A promptly with Noil's Iron Tonic Bitters: 2s Cd. Neil’s Dispensary. FOR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendly nip—Wat-on's No. 10 Whisky. SOLID-SOLED Sandals from 5s lid. At Hillikor’s, 205 George street. CHATTERBOX,’ ‘Our Darlings.’ ‘Boys’ and Girls’ Annuals,’ ‘Chums,’ ‘Scout,’ ‘ Young England,’ etc. Duncan and Simpson booksellers. FURNITURE of every kind, Linoleum. Rug.:, Bedsteads; buy 10-dfty, save ii'CiK-y. Laidlaw an-'i Gray's. WASHING Machines Lighten Labor. — j The new Bhuksono Rotary leads them all; inspection invited. Laidlaw and Gray’s. FENCING Wire, Standards, Wire Netting, Paints. Oil. all kinds of Tools; best valves. Laidlaw and Gray’s. AW AT with dull care and sorrow! Wat- J sen’s No. 10 brings comfort and a I brighter outlook. j CASK Cycle Depot, George street.—Hugo stocks Motor Accessories just arrived; splendid opportunity Every line reduced. CASH Cyc!;; Depot.—Spanners, 8d; Ois Lamps, 4s 3d; Oil Lamps, Is lOd; Burners, 4.1; Front Brakes, 2s. CASH Cycle Depot.—Bells, Od; Cycling Capos, 6s 6d; Leggings. Is 3d; Luggage Carriers. Is; Chains, 3s 6a. , CtASH Cycle Depot.—New Bicycles, £5 17s ' 6d; ladies’ or gents', complete with everything, including acccs.-o;ics. Wonderful value. CTASH Cycle Depot.—New Cycles, Eadie J coaster and front brake, mudguntds. £5 17s 6d. See them; unbeatable value. | CtASH Cvclo Depot.—Motor Lamps, £1 j > (grand value): Motor Mudguards, 7s 6d set; Motor Splashers, 3s,
CASH Cycle Dr pot—Steel Mudguards. Is yd; Celluloid Mudguards, complete sot ■ls 00; Mudguard Splashers, 00. (let catalogue. ' CASH Cyclo Depot. —Motor Outfits, 2s 60; -Motor Foot, Pumps, Is Oil; Motor Saddles, 255. Dig reductions. /MASH Cycle Depot.—Motor Box Spanners Vd 2s lid „-i ; .Motor Tyro Levers, 2s set; Ma-cots, 5.; Cd. CASH Cycle Depot.—Motor Tool Bags. iOs ta; Motor (trips. 2s pair; Motor ua. ctivs. 6s GO; i’oenon Plugs, 5s 9d. CdASH Cyclo Depot.—Dunlop Belts, iss; J Brli. i aci..i „. 1. ; U’hmlc Bells', 2is Cd; Dolt Pirns, Vs 6d; £ Bolts, 12s Cd. _ CASH Cyclo Depot.—Motor Rubber Goggles, tpkn.iat Iniv, 2s pair; Stanley Spare i.tu!;s. Is Ml. CtASH Cycle. .Denor.—Sparking Pings, 2s; > ILt.-cn I’iags, ’ -Is 0:1; Lodge Plugs, 4i • •!; Plug Cleaners, Is sd; I’ognou I'iugs, 5-i Dd. CtASH Cyclo Depot.—Dunlop Federal ' lyres, is rid; Cycle Tub s, os Cd; best va.ue ever out redt; Outfits, la. c VSH Cyclo Drnat.—Six months’ guarantee Tyres, Vs Cd; nine mouths’ guarantee Tyres, If’s cd. Astounding prices, CtASH Cycle Depot.—Twelve months’ guar- > antec Tyres. 15s: Inner Tubes, 5s 6d. Wonderful value; gee catalogue. /piASH Cycle Depot.— Butt-ended' Tubesi'Ys 6d: Motor Tyres. 30s; Valve Litters, 2:u Dig reductions. /MASH Cycle Depot.—Xoto address care. 'Ly lullv: Xo. 219 Ci cargo street, Dimed 111. And call earlv. lADIES’ While Canvas Shoes from 8; 9d. -i At Hiliiker’s, 203 George street. “TTTERE’S to you and yours.” Drink it In JJ. W’atson’s Xo 10, and do honor to the oeeasijn. SWOR Irish Linens of every description. J? Handkerchiefs, Cushion "Covers, Irish, Crochet, Crash Goods, Blouses, and Camisoles, large assortment oC Hand embroidered Bedspreads, try MT'adden’s, Irish Linen Depot, 51 George street. /MAELIC Whisky is particularly free from \J fusel oil, as it is well aged before being bottled. SOLID-SOLED Sandals from 5s lid. Hilltker’s, 203 Georgo street. Ab PICTURE Framing.—Wren’s Framing half usual prices; get onr estimates; our electric machines do better work 50 times quicker than any man living; see what you save. Glass Mouldings wholesale. Wren’s, Wren’s. G OOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson’s Xo. 10 is safest, because purest and
OVERLAND 2-seat er. good order, full equipment. groat. bargain: £IOO. Cooke, HowLson. YAL Starling, 10 h.p., thoroughly reliable. English manufacture, good imber: £BS. Cooke. Howlison. BUICK 1915 Touring Car. beautiful condition, almost. good as new; £220. Cooke, Ilowiison. CALTHORP Minor; marvellous hill-climb-ing performance, establishing record all roadster cars. Cooler, Howlison. BUICK Car again beats all comers largo c.ass car, .Signal HiU climb. Cooke, ilowiison, Hanover street. OLD age commands respect. Watson's No. 10 is highly esteemed because very old and fully matured. LADIES with Dry Hair use Martin's Hair Promoter; kills hair eater, restores color; 2s 6d. Marshalls Pharmacy. TT ANE’S Carbonated Waters are delivered M-l in bottles and gallon jars. Address, Walker street. f ADIES’ White C tnras Shoes from 8s 9cl. J At fliliiltcr’s, 203 George street. Results of the greek orthodox CHURCH ART UNION: Ist Prize, 718; 2nd Prize, 1.G73; 3rd Prize, 822. AND TOMBS, LIMITED. ■TIMES’ HISTORY OF THE WAR. Do Not bo Misled by other Advertisements. WF CAN SAVE YOU MONEY If you place your order with us. We can Supply this Fine Illustrated and Authoritative Work in Weekly Parts at 9d each Part, charged monthly. OTHER NEW WAR BOOKS: ‘How Germany Makes War.’ by Bernhardi; 3s 6d. ‘ Germany and tho Next War,’ by Bernhardi; 3s 6d. ‘ Germany and England,’ by Professor Crarab; 3s. ‘Germany’s Swelled Head’; Is 3d. ‘ Swollen-headed William ’: Is 3d. ‘ Campaign of Sedan,’ ‘ How the War Began,’ ‘Scrap of Paper,’ ‘Great Battles of the World,’ ' Campaign Round Liege’; Is 3d each. ‘Why Are Wo at War?’; 2s 6d. LATEST NOVELS (3s 6d): F. Barclay’s 'Walls of Partition’: Hutchinson's ‘Clean Heart’; Rex Beach, ‘ Auction Block Cable,’ ‘By Blow and Kiss ’; Orczy, ‘ Laughing Cavalier'; Cynthia Stockley, ‘ Wild Honey.’ CHRISTMAS CARDS, CALENDARS, New Styles and in Endless Variety. WHITCOMBE AND TOMBS, LIMITED, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN.
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