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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
•‘gPKING BLOSSOM OINTMENT” is Marvellous Remedy for Blood-poison-ing, Poisoned Hands, Inflamed or Ulcerated Wounds. SPRING BLOSSOM OINTMENT” cur. Cliilblai (broken 'happed Hands, Sprayed Smarting Eruptions. unbroken), Skin, and all SPRING BLOSSOM OINTMENT’’ ernes Eczema, Scaly Blotches on the Sirin, •ftnd Skin Affections generally. &OPRTNG BLOSSOM OINTMENT" cures yj Cancerous Sor -. . _ _ Beils, Burns, Scalds, ■(Ringworm, Cuts. Bruises, Sprains, and all /(glandular Swellings. . I People Like the Flavor! Housewives Like the Price! There’s a something', a “ Tong ’’ or piquant “Snap,” in the flavor of the celebrated “gPRING BLOSSOM OINTMENT/ cures j Ulcerated Legs caused by Varicose ATins, Tender Feet, and Running Sore. ‘•CJPIMNG BLOSSOM OINTMENT’ C? Sciatica. Lumbago, Rheumatism, Melhuish’s Worcester Sauce which strongly appeals to the taste of almost everybody 1 The enormous demand testifies to ita popularity. Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands. Housewives can yet punclmso it for le.ta than half the price of those. Meihuislrs " Oriental Relish’' and Pickles are very fine. Try them 1 Mumps, Sore Throat, Pains in the Chest id Side. IS MPRING BLOSSOM OINTMENT” cure? Tfj Itching, clears the Skin and Scalp, ixhrcs Dandruff, and Beautifies the Complexion. & v OPRING BLOSSOM OINTMENT,” the OF? -.‘ireat Healer, euros all it touches. Sold everywhere; price 6d and Is box. K ROBERT’ ROSS (Hokitika) " Enclosed find five shillings, for winch Jiindly send me Cd tins. _ I CAN safely say Wonderful ’Spring Blossom Oiiitui. nt.’ I want to distribute it to my friends.” V TF all your remedies arc as good p* ,JL ‘Spring Blossom Ointment, ’ suiterin inanity should be thankful.” ■‘TyVAWKINS’S Instant l/ehof Asthma j M. JL Powder” ru ••vs Asthma. Hay Fever, I and all Diseases of the Respiratory Organs, j Finf AWKINS’S Instant Relief Asthma 1 -i JIJI Powder” ckavs the Bronchial Tube.'., \ gbillicnll v of Breathing, and Nasal Catarrh, j .!• TTAWKINS'S Instant Relief Asthma I ...S. JL Powder” is unrivalled; cures when ! Others fail: Is and 2s I in. 106 George --Heel. 1 Beautiful Hair. It is easy to make your hair bright and attractive. The secret; is simple -u.se leihna Shampoo Saeiiets every fortnight. No rinsing is requited and the hair can l.e none up almo-t inmii’iiiateiy, and is never left dry and brittle. Pont! IM. in stamps for Beauty Box containing full size packets of both wet and drv Sliampeor.a dainty siinplr of Iciltna, (.'ream and a supply of leihna Nail Jvli-li. together with a ivoii.ioriiil Hook on Beauty to leilmtt C’o., Ltd. (Bepv. ~ Feather-ton Street, Wellington DOCK DELIVER A* OP CIRCULARS, Etc. THUG EVENING STAR COMPANY. LTD., 1 PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' ■lid DRAPERS’ 11ILIS. ( I KCUI.ARS, Km., n:d when so dinekd Imnd over the same (e. he. 'Star' Ruiilters for Distribution with tie Star,’ wliieh is delivered at, nearly every ee>,-. in die City and Suburbs, and alto Extensively in the (.sundry. K’ JAM THE KING OF JAMS. THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE. Sold Everywhere. Over 50 Awards Excellence. for Purity guaranteed by Ivirkpatrick’s. Dunedin Agents: W. TAYLOR AND SON, Limited. A KING! Could not obtain _a better or more delicious jam than “K” Jam, which is famous for its natural fruity flavor. The choicest fruit, tho finest methods, the utmost purity—all combine to mako “K” Jam a delicious and wholesome food delicacy. To-morrow and Following Days we are making a Special Display of Xmas Novelties. TOYS I TOYS J All that is Newest and Most Desirable, selected principal!]/ from the London Market. LOVELY DOLLS, from little ones to life size. Prices, 6d to 49/6 each, ENGLISH SOLDIER’S HELMET, GUNS, SWORDS. Ail 6d cash. SOLDIER AMD CONDUCTOR SETS, 1/9 to 3/6. Great variety in MECHANICAL TOYS. 1/, 1/9, 2/ to 15/6. RAILWAY TRAINS AND RAILS. From to 12/ S. BLOCKS AND BRICKS FOR BUILDSNC. Qd, 9d, 1/. WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF TEDDY BEARS, FELT AND PLUSH ANIMALS for the little folks. 3d, 6ri, 1/, 1/9 up. CINEMATOGRAPHS. From 2/11 to 15/ each. Large range of FILMS. 3d, Sti, and 9d each, TEA SETS, DIMMER SETS, BALLS, CROQUET AMD TENNIS SETS, ' RATTLES, TOPS, WHIPS, SKIPPING ROPES, and al! Season’s Novelties. 5,000 JAPANESE GRASS PIOMiQ BASKETS, afi sizes. 3c! each. SHOW ROOM BARGAINS. 35 only left of the SMART SPONGE CLOTH SPORTS COATS ; Tango, Cerise, Lime, Brown, mid Copper. 11/S each. MERCERISED POPLIN SPORTS COATS, new shape ; belted in Cerise, Tango, Cinnamon, (Vomit, BLirk, Navy, etc , etc. 22/5 each, NEW INVERNESS CAPES, trimmed Silk, Grey, Navy, Brown, and Black. 27/6. LARGE PURCHASE OF 3GO RSAMUFACTURER’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, 6/3, S/6, 8/11 to 29/6, 250 only LINEN AND LACE RENAISSANCE SQUARES, 20m x 2oin. IT]’d each, 4 good patterns ; wed worth 1/0 each. Just opened fine selection of LACE I* LOT NCLS, in Paris and While ; also Wide Flouncing Laces. From 1/7 to' 6/11 per yard. 1 So yards PRINTED SILK NINON, good for Blouses and Summer Gowns. Worth 6/11 vard. £ 0 CiCHI* 3t 2/3, COTTON DRESS FASRiCS. WHITE AND COLORED PIQUES. At a!! prices. ROSEBUD CREPES AND PIQUES. 6£d, Bd, and IC4d. WHITE PIQUES. 11£ d, 1/3, 1/S, 1/9, 2/. FEATHER BOAS. 40 only to clear at 1/. Worth 2/6 to 4/C. LONG BLACK OSTRICH, ‘‘round.”' 15/, 17/S, 27/6, 39/6 to 95/. WHITE OSTRICH. 17/S, 21/, 27/6 to 45/. FANCY CRAVATS, END TIES, AND RUFFLES; in Black, White, and New Colorings. From 6/11 to 28/0. £2O worth NEW TRACED GOODS—Runners, Trays, Sideboards, Cushion Covers, etc., etc. From tOjd to 1/11. A VERY SPECIAL PURCHASE. mm Princes St., Dunedin.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
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