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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known—That New Zealand cannot afford to lose £1,250,000 of revenue. Therefore, Strike Out tho Bottom Line. “ "VTIGHT Dispensary.”—Registered Chemist Is in perpetual attendance at Baglay’* Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe street). />aS 6d.—Suitsi to Measure; well cut, OJ flnoly trimmed and finished; see window. Now Zealand Clothing Factory. MEN'S Pyjamas; smart stylos; wearing fabrics; prices for everybody; special window to-morrow. New Zealand Clothing Factory. , Q1 S.—Loading Line, Men’s up-to-date Box ,vJL Calf Derby Boots; value unequalled 1 vtui -L/ri ujr uvuto ■ Dunedin. New Zealand Clothing Factory. C CHILDREN’S Boots and Shoes. Our J Natural Footwear is the best obtainable; Inspection welcomed. Now Zealand Clothing Factory. GOOD Whisky hurts no man. Watson’s No. 10 is’ safest, because purest and best. WANTED Known —That the assertion that all forms of alcoholic liquors are injurious is absolutely opposed to tho experience of tens of thousands, therefore Strike Out tho Bottom Line. MUTUAL Stores. —Just landed: 5,000 Japanese Picnic Baskets, all sizes, at 8d each. Dozen Men’s Ties, pure silk, wide ends, lovely designs, 6jd, Is, Is 6d, and 2* 6d each. 300 CHRISTMAS Toys, Dolls, etc., etc., to suit children of all ages; remarkably good value. Mutual Stores. WANTED Known—That a vote for Prohibition is a vote to throw 11,000 mm out of employment, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Lino. F OR medicinal purposes, the toast, or the friendly nip—Watson's No. 10 Whisky. TJJOYS' ’Varsity Suits, improved style, 13s J. 3 6d, 14s 6d, 15s. Gd; Washing Tops, 3s lid, 4a lid. New Zealand Clothing Factory. TjTtVERWEAR, the solo leather for satisfac.3.J (ion, only from us; bring your Repairs. New Zealand Clothing Factory. MOTOR Cyclists’ Jackets, 17s 6d, 30s, 35?, 4Fe; Keatlnss Overalls, 22s 6d, 27s 6d, 355. Now Zealand Clothing Factory. IriVARDRI Raincoats are perfection.— j Men's. Youths’, Boys’. 21 sizes stocked. Only from New Zealand Clothing Factory. WANTED Known—That tho attempts to represent New Zealand ns a drunken people is as unpatriotic as it is untrue, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. OLD age commands respect. Watson’* No. 10 is highly esteemed because very old and fully matured._ rjIHK Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under I new management: everything of the best. Electric Massaging a Specialty. PICTURE Framing.—Wren’s Framing half usual prices; get our estimates; our electric machines do better work 50 times quicker than any man living: sco what you save. Glass Mouldings wholesale. Wren’s, Wren’*. ■y> HOTOG R APHIC Sup pi iss. —E verything Js_ Photographic. Bagiev’s Photographic Importing Department; retail quantities wholesale prices; all i-platcs, Is 3d. WANTED Known—That a veto for Prohibition most, probably means locally an increase ni rate?, therefore Strike Out the Bottom/ Line. IT'S tho height of folly to let your nerves get run down. Take course Marshalls Fosphcrinc; Is. AW AT with dull care and sorrow! Watson's No. 10 brings comfort and s brighter outlook. rpOBACCONIST AND HAIRDRESSER’S BUSINESS FOR SALE, in Centre of City. Only small capital required. Apply BOX 124. P. 0., DUNEDIN. FRESH INTEREST IN THE MILLINERY SECTION AT MOLLISONS, AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. LOVELY TRIMMED HATS AT BARGAIN | PRICES. PRETTY HATS TO TRIM AT GIFT PRICES. j SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. j TO-MORROW WE OFFER 130 Charming Trimmed Hats, exclusive models, no two alike, all representative of the very latest style for 'midsummer wear. The true value is from 30? to 425. Our price (his week I? 10? 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER I 430 Pretty XTiirinmicd Hair, in tagal and / chin, I.ilevt colorings, correct shapes, in- j eluding “ Dolly Vardeti ’’ and sailor styles: a fine variety of the highest-class 1 goods. Usual prices range from 5s 6d I to 10? 6d. Our price (his week, all 2? Cd each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 2CO Ladies' Holiday and Seaside Hals, in correct shapes and shades. Worth 3? 6d. Our price. thi- : week, nil 1? each. TO-MORROW AYE OFFER, 4f 0 Children’s and Maid-' “Sunshine,” GREAT SUNSHADE VALUES. 120 Ladies’ Fancy Silk Parasols, all pure silk, in fanny :U! J plain coverings, the new long handles, quaint, designs. Usually Xss. Price this week, 6s 6d. IGO Children’s Frilled Sunshades, in plain Mue. 2s lid. for I-: each. MOLLISONS LTD., End of Penny Seel ion, George street. NEW STYLES fN LA DIES’ BAGS. Wi HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very fine selection of Ladies' Bap? from the best English houses. We have the following modern slyles:—Moire, Mirror. Kodak. Saberlntdi. Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Kerry hag guaranteed. Price? moderate. Inspection cordiallv invited. j .1. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. THE NKAV AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN I? Now Open at THE SAVOY. THE SODA FOUNTAIN is one ,of tho Most Popular Institutions in tho Uni tea States and the big citio? of Australia. It? Delicious Drinks take the plaon of Afternoon Tea during the Summer, being Cool, Refreshing, Novel, and Most Enjoyable Ice Cream Sodas, with Pure Fruit Flavors (with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverages, comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, serred with Biscuits’.. THE SAVOY, “ Restaurant de Luxe,’’ Moray place (corner Princes street). WHEN IN TOWN A VISIT TO OUR ESTABLISHMENT AVILI, REPAY YOU. A Splendid Range of UP-TO-DATE AND RELIABLE NOVELTIES Is Being Shown in All Departments. D U T H X E S, Drapers, GEORGE STREET. EVERY AYOMAN TAKES A PRIDE IN HER HOSIERY. You have now a First-rate Opportunity of i Getting the Very Best Quality Makes, in tho Newest and Smartest Designs, and, besides being Attractive to look at, THEIR QUALITY IS THE VERY BEST. DAINTY EMBROIDERED HOSE, la, Is 6d, | 2» 6d, 2s lid. SILK ANKLE HOSE, in Black and Tan. I 2s 5d and 2s lid. PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE, Is, Is 6d, up to 3s 6d. | UNIQUE - STORES, "FAMOUS FOR BIG VALUES," 1 STUART STREET. • I
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