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Sports Suits designed for Sporting Men. For Freedom of Action, Comfort, Coolness, and Convenience this is the Favorite Suit. BRITISH SPORTS SUITS, MADE IX GREAT BRITAIN FROM BRITISH TWEEDS BY BRITISH WORKERS. These Suits arc 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 the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four Patch Pockets. 25/- 27/6 30/- 32/6 i & I ARTHUR, LTD. Merchant Tailors, Hatters, and Men's Mercers, 12-14-16-S8 George Street. is used in Ihe Ppnnlsb lioyal Nursery. Ii builds bonny Princes nnd Princesses. It builds bonnio babies. A«k</c«rdoelor. -4 h.is been approved of by over I'/'ilfl medical men-I Tisihe idont infants food. It builds bonnic babies Ask uour doctor. 11l SUMMER SALE OF Footwear Af-fT You have hoard a lot lately about the increased price of @ Shoe Leather, hut you don't need to worry about that. jJ Wo are here to demonstrate to yon and convince, you that p-ood reliable Boots and Shoes arc just as to-day as ever thev were One iiiterestiim: point about our uoods ues in the fact that TIIK QUALITY IS UNIMPEACHABLE; a.U more interesting point is tho fact that you can tfc! a LLTTLK SEIddCTION ; ar.d BETTER VALUE at THE .ALWAYS BLS* SHOE STORE than at any other Shoo Store in tins tit}. dealing with us for your pocket’s sake. W. Harris & Son “THE ALWAYS BUSY" SHOE STORES, 212-214 GEORGE STREET . Where you got the LEATHER-SOLED, DAMP-RESISTING,, SANDALS. Household Needs! We have Just received another small consignment of 'HARRAS’S KNIFE CLEANERS AND SHARPENERS. We oan thoroughly recommend this very useful Machine, being equipped with Knlfo Cleaner, Fork Cleaner;, and Knife Sharpener, Each Machine is fitted with Reservoir for the Knife Powder, which Is fed automatically between the cleanihg buffs, and Is fitted with screw attachment, so that it oan readily be removed when not In use. Price, 8/6 each. TOILETWARE.—We have just landed a small consignment of White Bedroom Sets, in assorted patterns. Price for 6-plece Set, 12/6 Set. George Street Ironmongery Co. 243 George Street Near Hanover Street.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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