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m*SHHm£sq/mm^m Wonld look much nicer in one of our Silver Frames. We have an assortment that will make choosing a pleasure. The prices range from 4/8 to 80/. Remember, if s what they »*y it is at "Williamson*** Our catalogue is a help—it's free. _ The Quality Jewellers Princes Street... 'l^l'W^lfli'i'Vl'l 1 IiKI Correct Summer Styles Eg Made to Measure from theß»| > New Materials! Good Cut,§| and a Perfect Fit* mi 50/- 50/- | A Sac Suit can bo put in hand for you right away—if yon will call and sag leave your order—and delivorod in good time for tho Christmas Holidays. g| {■ These Suits are famous for thoir up-to-dato appearance and the splendid B % j lB wear they give. The cut is from the fashionable models, and all round n| iS this Suitia a fair marvel at CO/. It's tho immense turnover that makos «a| "gfl such value for 50/ possible! Call and select your Material 1 B | i ea fen \m SPECIAL PURCHASE OF BOYS' SUITS, ONE-THIRD OFF! "| (5 150 BOYS' ALL-WOOL PETONTE NORFOLK SUITS,_ Step Collars. IS ;ib To iit Bovs frorn oto S years old. Usual price, 15/6. Special prieo, gj§ ■ £ io/6. Z B Si n hi To fit Boys from 9to 14 years old. Usual price, 22 ( 'G. Special price, *| :'" 14/6." " ks| ■ MEN'S WEAR—Special Values! E. 2 Men ! Take advantage of these UNDERCLOTHING.—A Splendid 6: I ■■ OH EAT BARGAINS, and lav in Otfer! Men's Natural Wooing ' I vour supplies for tlio Holiday Singlets (long or short sleeves) e | •a Season without delav. It will and Pants, light and mtdnim £ 8 I 2 save you good monov". weights. Properly fashioned ; do K , H •« J fe not shrink. Superior lino. 3/6. c | \a SHIRTS.— Selected Line of Men's HATS.—2O dozen Cents' Soft £ I !- m Summer Shirts, in Zonhyr, Felt Hats Browns, Greys, c| Si Cambric, and Regatta Cloths. Black. Up-to-date shapes; K | 'v» Newest stripes, popular colors, neat and dressy.' Secure one 11 I st fast dye. Sizes 14 to 17. Grand of these without delay! All E " | !5 value. 2/11. one price, 3/11. k-§ M*IMO»HW^:WrTMM*Wi (Clothing Dept.) GEORGE STREET. \mtmmmmmwmwMmmmmwmmm BSfflliF"* 1 EVERY ARTICLE HEAVILY REDUCED. U In view of the fact that our fine stock of English Silverphito, com- ;i 3 prising the most up-to-date Goods of Highest Quality is now on the «H 1 Bargain Table, we suggest that it is NOT TOO EARLY TO ITU- i:3 1 CHASE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW. A i BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, and DINNER CRUETS, JAMS, f'i JELLIES, TEA and COFFEE SERVICES, CAKE FORKS, etc., etc. |.| UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS. [| Sporting For Freedom of Action, Comfort, Coolness, and Convenience this is the Favorite Suit. aaaaipaa ji rta i ni j ll ij aa j iailill^ BRITISH SPORTS SUITS, MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN FROM BRITISH TWEEDS BY BRITISH WORKERS* These Suits are made with Three Garments—-Coat, Vfc**, as 3 Trousers —and ma}' thus be worn for travelling and semibusiness purposes. For wearing on Holidays, etc*., the Vfcst can be discarded. We find that the Three-Garment Suit is becoming the popular style. The Coats, axe cttt 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/- 59/65/- 75/SPORTS COATS, similar in style to those supplied with the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four Patch Pockets. 25/- 27/6 Hatters, and it Tailors, Men's Mercers, 14-16-18 George Street, The "LION," S-knife, is •-R3 *anr3 n3<vw<v,'/4X<i< i-1 the Market at a Moderate ij Price. Leaves a beautih fuiiy smooth Lawn. RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. •Aj!|BhD«!, l^u>3il'^ifrT"T- ; 7'^'riy i ;fi > 17 t T» I, '' :< '--'' v Every too should be as straight as your fingers. Dame Nature never did intend that your toes should bo twisted or contorted; if they are, it is only because you have worn boots either too small or unsuited to the shape of your feet. At any rate, there is no need in these days, when Bootmaking 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 we thoroughly understand the anatomy of tho font. Come to a Finn carrying a large range of sizes, difforent fittings, and styles. We 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 youP "CYCO BARBER" (Ball Bearing), 4-lcuife. "BARBER," 4-knife. "PHILADELPHIA," 3 and 4-knife. "DAISY," 3-knife. GREEN'S 16-INCH, for Bowling Greens and Fine Lawns. RANSOME'S EDGE TRIMMERS. "PENNSYLVANIA" EDGE TRIMMERS. GARDEN ROLLERS (Ordinary and Water Ballast). GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS. GENERAL IRONMONGERS & CROCKERY MERCHANTS 'Phones, 741 & 742. DUK£QIF\L Opp. BtmkofNX ggjffii :.'^&s!Q»2X3Kii2rasra^::;o:3^^ I The Footwear Specialists, 22-24 Princes Street. SKILFUL REPAIRING Keeps the Boot Bill Down. Try Ours ORDERS BY TELEPHONE The Colors of theso Countries are being ciispiaysd throughout tho Empire. In England, not oniy sro they being used for Display purposes, but are quite the. vogue for Fashicnatolo Wear. Neckwear, Tics, 2nd Cows ara rr.ucri worn, whilst tha New Veiling with (ha Patristic Beauty Spot Is a distinct novsKy. Naturally, Handkerchiefs in the Allies' Colors are In groat demand, and almost unprocurable. PIN-OM SILK EOWS, in British, French, Belgian, and Russian colors 6d, 1/, 1/3. PATRIOTIC BLACK VEILING, with Beauty Spot of Small Flag 2/11 eaoh. RED, WHITE, AND BLUE SILK ROSETTES 3d eaoh. PATRIOTIC CALENDARS, with Photos of Leading Generals and Admirals, containing 3 Fancy Handkerchiefs. 2/11 and 3/11 th 9 Set. TRICOLOR RIBBON, from }!n to 2ln wide 3d, 3jd, 4d yard. FLACS OF ALL THE ALLIES, Large and Small, from 3d to 10/6 each. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. 71XPERIEXOE has shown that in the use. THXPERIENCE has Ehown that in the uso 2J of the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY Jl< of th«- TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read Persons, although the messages are read back to the sender, and occasionally there back to the sender, and occasionally there are. Misconceptions in Instructions, arc Misconceptions in Instruction^, High & Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN. GEO. CROW Manager. 4-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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