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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. I'IHEAP Sals of Ladies’ Raincoats,-Special purchase 76 Coats, new shapes, 13s 6d; worth double. T, Rose. _______ Ladies’ Fashionable Raincoats; special t>) purchase, worth 27s 6d: our cheap sale price to dear, 13s 6d. T. Ross. FOR tho Rain.—Chea{) Sale of 76 Stylish Raincoats, only 13s fid; worth double. At T. Ross's. NEW Pique Collars, lid; New Umbrellas, silver mount .handles, 4s 6d; New Gloves, New Stockings. T. Roes, importer. \/irANTBI) Known—That the abuse of an T T evil cannot be remedied by - force. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line. CASEMENT Curtains Jiteati made and fitted by experts; every customer delighted. Scott and Wilson. Bt. Andrew street. WANTED Known—Billiard Table. 6ft s 3ft 6in. end all Accessories, £l2 10s. Watts, George and Princoo streets. FURNITURE, artistic designs, from fac- j tory to home, at bedrock prices. Watts, George and Princes streets. WANTED Known—That the Trade spends in rents, insurance, etc., £250,000 a year, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. DUCHESSF' Chests from~3ss; Chesterfields, £6 10s; Wood Bedsteads, £1 ss. Watts. George and Princes street. | 'I^ST’ANTED.— It's simply wonderful, conii sidering I was absolutely bald fire months ago, to think myliair is quite thick and normal again.— Extract from Gisborne resident’s letter ro Dr Wilson’s Regenerator. Have you tried it? Bottles, 3s 6d. Solo Australasian Agent: Henry, hairdresser. WANTED Known—That between 11,000 and 12,0*K) men and women are emSed in the New Zealand brewing industry allied trades, therefore Strike Out tho Bottom Line. MESSIAH/ by Church Choirs' Union, in aid of Patriotic Fund, Garrison Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. CLYNO Side-car Motor Cycle immediate Sale; brand-new; costs, with spares, £110; sacrifice £BO. “Clyno,’’ ‘Star.’ OFFERS solicited for Library, 5,000 vols. (all subjects); golden opportunity to start book business. 516 Cumberland street. fjiQR SALE, largo Section, comer Bay A 1 View road, Grove street. Apply 3711 Anderson’s Buy road. DON’T Forget Rev. R, S. Gray, Mrs Driver, and Miss Bisson take part in the Public Temperance Demonstration at Wakari Hall, Kuikorai, on Tuesday. XTIOR SALE, Motor, 34 Bradbury; going' . order; £lO. No. 10 Bgliuton road. Thornton - pickard Half - plate Camera ; lolis, shutter, legs, throe d.d. I slides; splendid order; £4. “Hypo,” ‘Star’ Office. ‘ H/fTEBSIAH/ by Church Choirs’ Union, in ,LiJl aid of Patri'nic Fund, Garason Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. WANTED Known—That it is impossible to find any authoritative mandate against tho’moderate use of alcoholic liquors, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. ARTINS, Octagon. —Great time for bargains in Furniture. Cally early ARPET Ends! 2s lid, 3s lid up; Rugs reduced to 6s; Carpets from 355. Martins. DUCHESSB Cheats, 35a; Tile Washstands, 19s fid, 27s fid, up to 70s. Martins, Octagon. ’ OOry 10s.—Nearly new walnut iron-frame, i trichord Piano; great bargain. Martins, Octagon. LOORCLOTHS from 2s 3d running yard; Linoleums from 5s 3d; Inlaids, 3s fid square yard. Martins, Octagon. 10s. —English Piano; suit beginner; diJL/3 sound, and good tone; cash price. Martins, Octagon. WANTED Known —That the French and Belgians arc all wine-drinkers, and the most temperate nations in Europe. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line. CIGARETTES made from Red Jacket Tobacco draw easily, burn coolly, evenly. MESSIAH,’ by Cburch Choirs’ Union, in aid of Patriotic Fund, Garrison Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. “ TTBRE’S to you and yours." Drink it in JIX Watson's No IQ, and do honor to the occasion. CYCLE Covers and Tubes—2oo 12s 6d Covers 10s fid. 200 5s fid Tubes 4s fid; reducing stocks. Scott, George street. WAR disorganises trade; accumulation of Cycle Covers and Tubes clearing at great reductions. Scotts, George street. CYCLE Covers —Vulcanised rubber, heavy tread, strong canvas, guaranteed six months; usually 12s fid, now 10s fid. Scotts. SfIYCLB Tubes—Best Para rubber, even V-i thickness, strong and springy; usually 5s fid, clearing 4s 6d. qaa Cycle Covers, fresh from manufacturer; most popular line; guaranteed 6 months; wore 12s 6J, now 10s 6d. aaa Cycle Tubes, best Para rubber; guar/vUvf antced sis months; usually 5s fid, now 4s 6d; genuine reduction. Scotts, George street. MESSIAH,’ by Church Choirs’ Union, in aid of Patriotic Fund, Garrison Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. WANTED Known —That man for man. The moderate is physically and mentally a stronegr man than the Prohibitionist, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. GOOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson’s No. 10 is safest, because purest and best. SMILE, and the world smilea with you; kick and you kick alone, for the cneer- j ful grin will let you in at Guy’s Studio, where the kicker is never known. ) RETTY Child Competition still going strong, £5 5s and £3 3s. Particulars at Studio, Princes street; tel 3,188. fT\EE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under JL new management; everything of the test. Electric Massaging a Specialty. OLD age commands respect. Watson's No. 10 ifi highly esteemed because very old and fully matured. PICTURE Framing.—Wren’s Framing half usual prices; get our estimates; our electric machines do better work 50 times quicker than any man living; sea what you j save. Glass Mouldings wholesale. Wren’s, Wren’s. i IF you are Thin, take course Pure Medicinal Adelaide Olive Oil. Obtainable at Marshalls Pharmacy; Is fid. OTHER Cigarette Tobaccos are dull in comparison with Red Jacket Tobacco. Soothing, fragrant, mellow. FOR medicinal purposes, (he toast, or the ; friendly nip—Watson’s No. 10 Whisky. | WANTED Known—That National Prohibition destroys but makes no provision for the moderate and temperate. Therefore, Strike Out tho Bottom Line. ‘ Ity|'ESSIAH,’ by Church Clioirs’ Union, in i-»-L aid of Patriotic Fund, Garrison Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. ITIOR Irish Linens of every description, . Handkerchiefs, Cushion Covers, Irish Crochet, Crash Goods, Blouses, and Camisoles, largo assortment of Hand-embroidered Bedspreads, try M’Fadden’s, Irish Linen Depot, 51 George. slreet._ MRS GARDNER, 151 King street, gives highest price for Gents’ Clothing, Boots, etc. Letters attended to. COOKE, HOWLISON, AND CO.’S EXHIBIT. rpHIS FIRM baa its usual display of all JL that is modern in Motor Cars and Motor Cycles, and is attracting a. full meed of attention from prospective purchasers and all who are interested in watching the developments which the ingenuity of leading car manufacturers are constantly introducing. This) year this firm is exhibiting a 20 h.p. five-seated Buick Touring Car, with an improved Delco electric eelf-stacting and lighting system, which, it may bo remarked*. is absolutely the very latest design of the makers, being a. sample of their 1915 models, aijd it is believed to be the only 1915 car in Dunedin of any make. It is fitted with the largo oversized tyres and speedometer, and is the same type of car wßt.'b climbed Signal Hill on Saturday with a load, all told, including car, of 4,0321b. Another exhibit is o, three-seated 20 h.p. Buick roadster, fitted with the improved Delco electric self-start-ing and lighting system. A 10-12 h.p. Cal-thprp-Miiior 4-cylinder light car, also shown, is (be »Pfedy ear which put up » record on Signal HiU last Saturday, making fastest thpe and setting first place os formula. A very attractive exhibitis pn 8-10 h.p. Humfaefotte Cyclp Cor. This is a beautifully-fin-ished and roomy car, with plenty of clearance for creeks, etc. In Motor Cycles the firm are showing one water-cooled 4 h.p. Humber, which is the very latest type of this now renowned make, apd is claimed to he specially suitable for sidecar work. It is fitted with a Srspped ear of Stunner Archer moke. A 34 h.p. lumber, similarly fitted as regards gear; ao 34 h.p. King Dick, with (he Armstrong fi 3-speed gear; and pne 5-6 h.p. Clyno, wjth a handsome • side car and with the very . latest gears.

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

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