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m u f/ S oia for the finest stands ■4li A'-' Scotch Whisky In flavour. Consistent In quality. I Ighl to L digest Proprietor* t The JJiSTILLERS J^d. largest Soot, Whulry Distiller* (o the World* Capital employed, over £3,000,000* EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. a** . NEILL & CO. Ltd. DUNEDIN. p £c * DuIIIUKS IfcoftfUff Brilliant Bargai sin the Show Room MOM Y SAVING» TO SAVE MONEY AND YET HAVE EVERYTHING IN DRESS—THAT IS WHAT WE OFFER YOU. SPECIAL INTEREST TO VISITORS DURING SHOW WEEK. :^V SMART MILLINERY, in a variety of becoming styles 17/0. WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, smartly cut: coat trimmed contrasting color in Vieux Rose, Saxe, and Brown; skirt has new rounded effect in front 37/6. PIQUE SPORTS SUITS, smart check; in White and Black, and White and Saxe; coat with new belt SO/. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SMART RAINCOATS, Raglan sleeves, belt across back. 29/6. SPORTS COATS, in Black and White Check Tweed, Raglan sleeve, with belt and pockets. 27/6 and 29/6. ONE-PIECE FROCKS, smart and up to date, in Crepe Cloth, new basque effect; in White, Pink, Saxe, Grey, and Brown 11/6. GEO. CROW onaitna High Si Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN. Manager. 4 If the Ladies of South Dunedin will kindly call at the ‘ Hub’ they will see some Lovely Things at really very Low Prices! CHARMING SUMMER HATS. LADIES’ TOWELLING HATS, now so popular; correct shape. 4/11. PIQUE HOLIDAY HATS, new sailor sJiapc. 4/11 each. SIMILAR STYLE IN WHITE CREJ’E. , 4/11 each. PIQUE HATS, small round shape, turned-up brim. 3/11. ALSO, for the children GIRLS’ PIQUE HATS, mushroom brim. 3/6 and 3/tt. LITTLE BO iS’ TUSSORE POPLIN HATS, email round shape, turned-up brim. 2/0 each. THE SAME SHAPE IN TUSSORE SILK. 2/11 each. / Three Special Lines in Fa-Lionable Neckwear. 1/! SUNSHINE COLLARS, very nrc-ttv Lace designs; pointed or * square back. Worth from 2,6 to All at 1/ each. WHITE SILK COLLARS, round shape; equally suitable for wearing on Costumes, Dresses, or Blouses. W firth 1/11 to 2/6. Offered at 1/ each. BOWS The small pin-on style, in plain or striped silk; a very dainty little adornment. V orth I/O to 2/6. Going at 1/ each. GREAT BARGAIN IN MEN’S WIDE-END SILK TIES. A who) 1 window full, in all sorts of materials and colorings. Worth up to 2,'G each. Clearing at the one popular price of 1/ all round. The ‘HUB/ South Dunedin Drapery Supply Association. Thrift and Economy Demand the Great "ORION” Range! • In warm weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by the heat, that is one distinguishing feature of the ORION its Rapid Heating. No weary waiting for Hot Water, tio worry over the Oven. Every part of the Range is designed to a nicety to give perfect service. Thrift and Economy are to most people important considerations! Here again the “ORION” is pre-eminent. 80.000 Housewives in all parts of the Dominion can testify to the remarkable Fuel Economy of the Favorite “ORION” ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE!

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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