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I FEED YOUR CHILD ON Newbury’s Rusks o THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and- Storekeepers. « STRAC HAM'S VALE AK 3 RAND m iiwv cat * m <S> -CLEAR TO THE LAST OROPr J|»l sfieygg The Fashionable Wristlet Watch IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT Stewart Dawson’s CORNER PRINCES AND DOWLING STREETS. All the Newest Patterns from 1 are now being shown. They comprise the Very Latest . Gold, Silver, and Gunmetal. Some are fitted with Expanding Bracelets and others with Leather Straps. PT*-© 4r rThe illnstration shows a Dainty New Design just to hand from our London House. The case is Sterling Silver, prettily enamelled in a delicate shade of Blue—and it is a Relia’' Timekeeper. SPECIAL PRICE, 21/-. W h£ [able

AN EASY WAY to MAKE YOUR OWN BLOUSES Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. each length is given FREE a Fashion Plate showing the Finished Blouse, a Cut-out Paper Pattern, Cutting Diagrams, and Complete Instructions for Making Up. Any Lady, even if she has never before done any Dressmakingj by carefully following the simple instructions with Diagrams and Pattern may quite easily make her own Blouses. The Blouses themselves are in the very newest styles and colors and are all good washing materials, such as Plain Colored Crepes, Striped Cotton Crepes, Cream Wool Delaines, and White Cotton Voiles. Our Window Display will give you some idea of the Prices from 4/6 to 6/11. n WE ARE NOW SHOWING THE VERY LATEST IDEA IN BLOUSE LENGTHS. With D REAVER’S GEORGE STREET. 9 PHONE 1822.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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