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The war census of Paris shows that the number of households is 761,000, as compared with 362,434 in 1911. The actual population numbers 1,807,044, a diminution of 1,026,06/ since the last ■ensus. Of the total population 949,087 ire women and 272.471 children.

weJu jCTwaupaiammwgtriia Come Here For It. You cannot go to cithor ovcnt with a shabby Hat. A raw one will top you off just right; so that, whatever you want In the way of Headgear, you cannot do better than visit BROWN, EWING’S, Hards, Softs, or Straws, our assortment is large, our qualities good, and our values unbeatable; and we can give you a wide range of colors to choose from. MEN'S SOFT HATS, in Fine or Fancy Mixed Felts. 6/8, 9/6, 11/8. MEN’S SOFT HATS, superior goods, Fine or Mixed Felts. 13/6, 14/6, 16/8. MEN’S STRAW BOATERS, in 2in, 2}in, or 24in brims. 6/6, 7/0, 9/6, 10/3. MEN’S HATTERS DUNEDIN. m mm 1 i ✓ Gentlemen, don’t fail to inspect our New Summer Goods, imported direct from England. They have opened in first-class order, and the styles are thoroughly representative of all that is most up to date in the New Fashions. We are Hat Specialists, and will be pleased to show our Foods at all times. W TAYLOR’S City Hatoneum 153 Rattray Street. [Established 1869.]

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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