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To-morrow and Following Days we are making a Special Display of Xmas Novelties. TOYS! TOYS! All that is Newest and Most Desirable, selected principally from the London Market. LOVELY DOLLS, from little ones to life size. Prices, 6d to 49/6 each. ENGLISH SOLDIER'S HELMET, GUNS, SWORDS. All 6d each. SOLDIER AND CONDUCTOR SETS, 1/9 to 3/6. Great variety in MECHANICAL TOYS. 1/, 1/9, 2/ to 15/6. RAILWAY TRAINS AND RAILS. From IQ£d to 12/6. BLOCKS AND BRICKS FOR BUILDING. 6d, 9d, 1/. WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF TEDDY BEARS, FELT AND PLUSH ANIMALS for the little folks. 3d, 6d, 1/, 1/9 up. CINEMATOGRAPHS. From 2/11 to 15/ each. Large range of FILMS. 3d, 6d, and 9d each, TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, BALLS, CROQUET AND TENNIS SETS, RATTLES, TOPS, WHIPS, SKIPPING ROPES, and all Season's Novelties. 5,000 JAPANESE GRASS PICNIC BASKETS, all sizes. 8d each. SHOW ROOM BARGAINS. 35 only left of the SMART SPONGE CLOTH SPORTS COATS ; Tango, Cerise, Lime, Brown, and Copper. 11/6 each. MERCERISED POPLIN SPORTS COATS, new shape; belted in Cerise, Tango, Cinnamon, Cream, Black, Naw, etc , etc. 22/6 each. NEW INVERNESS CAPES, trimmed Silk, Grev, Navy, Brown, and Black. 27/6. LARGE PURCHASE OF 300 MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLES. SILK, DELAINE, MUSLIN, AND MERCERISED LAWN SHIRTS AND BLOUSES. 30 per cent, under Regular Prices for Next Season's Novelties. 3/11, 4/11, 6/6, 8/6, 9/11 to 29/6. 250 only LINEN AND LACE RENAISSANCE SQUARES, 20in x 2oin. each. 4 good patterns ; well worth 1/9 each. Just opened fine selection of LACE FLOUNCES, in Paris and White ; also Wide Flouncing Laces. From 1/7 to 6/11 per yard. 180 yards PRINTED SILK NINON, good for Blouses and Summer Gowns. Worth 6/11 yard. To clear at 2/3. COTTON DRESS FABRICS. WHITE AND COLORED PIQUES. At all prices. ROSEBUD CREPES AND PIQUES. 6£d, Bd, and 10£ d. WHITE PIQUES. 11* d, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 2/. FEATHER BOAS. 40 only to clear at 1/. Worth 2/6 to 4/6. LONG BLACK OSTRICH, "round." 15/, 17/6, 27/6, 39/6 to 95/. WHITE OSTRICH. 17/6, 21/, 27/6 to 45/. FANCY CRAVATS, END TIES, AND RUFFLES; in Black, White, and New Colorings. From 6/11 to 29/6. £2O worth NEW TRACED GOODS—Runners, Trays, Sideboards, Cushion Covers, etc., etc. From 10£ d to 1/11. A VERY SPECIAL PURCHASE. Princes St., Dunedin. Study the Anatomy Every toe should bo as straight 8s your fingers. Dame Natar* u«v*r did intend that your toes should l>o or contorted; if thoy are, it is only because you have woin hoots either too small or unsuited to the shape of your feet. At any rate, there is no need in these days, when Boot-making has been brought down to an exact science, for any person to wear ill-fitting or uncomfortable boots or shoes. When next, buying Footwear, come to us, as w# thoroughly understand the anatomy of the foot. Come to a Firm carrying a large range of sizes, different fittings, and styles. W« claim to be in the front rank of Footwear Retailers. May we expect a visit from you soon, when we can prove our ability to suit you? Sir The Footwear Specialists, 22-24 Princes Street. SKILFUL REPAIRING Koept the Boot Bill Down. Try Ours. K M SI DON'T BE WORRIED! being worried with a Machine that •ii continually slipping stitches or breaking needles.. Buy a WHITE, and you will then have some po;d pleasure with your Sewing. By doing so you will save both time and temper. Prices from £7. Old Machines allowed for. Push Carts, 35/. T*~~~Z~~ ■.** BICYCLES SEWING MACHINES—KPOSfrS ift WHn*<iEK— LAWN MOWEK.S--llV|fUllo IU CARPJBI SWEEPEJtS. Etc. D A ~~:._» ■.** BICYCLES SEWING MACHINES—KPOSfrS ift WHn*<iEK— LAWN MOWEK.S--llV|fUllo IU CARPJBI SWEEPEKS. Etc. W. MELVILLE, 56 Ce 8 0 t r r e e c et Dunedin. WANTED Known—That Billhead*, Cir-TXTANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir. culars, Cards, Programmes, and Gene- Y V culars, Cards, Programme*, and Gena. ral Printing of every description are executedral Printing of every description are executed at the 'Evening Star' Offloe U Moderateat the 'Evening Star' Office at Moderate Prio», jfricos.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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