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Your Photo! W'vnM look trmoh nioer In one of oar Silver Frames, We have an assortment that will make choosing a pleasure. The prices range from 4/6 tt> 60/. Remember, it*s what they eay * te-at WiffiaaManls. Oar catalogue is a help—it’s free. The Quality Jewellers WILLIAMSONS Princes Street.. mm SrV'* 4 u m£l SINGERS AEE LOUD IN THEIE PRAISE OP BENJAMIN GUM The-’ say it is a Wonderfully Quirk and Thorough Cure for SORE AND INFLAMED THROATS. COUGHS. AND COLDS, Etc. Cold*; wo r«ry rromlent at this season* hot a bottle of‘‘BEXjAViar Grit" will soon cl( ar them away. It’s nice to take I FRICK 1/6 BEK BOTTLE. >W. 4. % i, ~ . «—^l— Suits designed for Sporting Men. For Freedom of Action, Comfort, 3 Coolness, and Convenience this I is the Favorite Suit. BRITISH SPORTS SUITS. MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN ' FROM BRITISH TWEEDS BY BRITISH WORKERS., These Suits are made with Three Garments—Coat, Vest, and Trousers —and may thus be worn for travelling and semibusiness purposes. For wearing on Holidays, etc.,, the Vest can be discarded. We find that the Three-Garment Suit is becoming the popular style. The Coats are cut slightly larger and a little fuller than last year’s fashion. Patch Pockets, Leather Buttons on Coat and Vest. Brown, Grey, -and Heather Summer Tweeds. 39/6 42/6 45/- 50/- 60/65/- 75/SPORTS COATS, similar in style to those supplied with ti c above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four Patch Pockets. 25/- 27/6 30/- 32/6 ARTHUR, lit. Merchant Tailors, Hatters, and Men’s Mercers, 12-14-16-I8 George Street. /? ritain. France. Belgium. fai* Russia. qS The Colors of these Countries are being displayed throughout the Empire. In England, not only are they being used for Display purposes, but are quite the vogue for Fashionable Wear. Neckwear, Ties, and Bows are much worn, whilst the New Veiling with the Patriotic Beauty Spot is a distinct novelty. Naturally, Handkerchiefs in the Allies’ Colors are in great demand, and almost unprocurable. Patriotic Novelties Just Arrived. PIN-ON SILK BOWS, in British, French, Belgian, and Russian colors 9d, 1/, 1/3. PATRIOTIC BLACK VEILING, with Beauty Spot of Small Flag 2/11 each. RED, WHITE, AND BLUE SILK ROSETTES 3d each. PATRIOTIC calendars, with Photos of Leading Generals and Admirals, containing 3 Fancy Handkerchiefs. 2/11 and 3/11 the Set. TRICOLOR RIBBON, from £in to 2ln wide 3d, 3Jd, «d yard. FLAGS OF ALL THE ALLIES, Large and Small, from 3d to 10/6 each. oxc High & Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN. Manager. D.I.C. GEO . CROW WANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir- TXT AN TED Known—That Billheads, Circulars, Cards, Programmes, and Gene- » V calars, Cards. Programmes, and General Printing of every, description are executed ral Printing of every description are executed at the ‘Evening Star!. Office, at Moderate at the ‘Evening Star*- .Office at Moderate Pdcaa, .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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