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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914
Strike Out LICENS Electors wishing to vote in favor oi POLL. of FREEDOM and LICENSE must Electors are warned against appearin inserted rtisements which are
Show Week! Race Week! Come Here For* It. You cannot go to cither event with a shabby Hat. A new one will top you off Just right; so that, whatever you want In the way of Headgear, you oannot do better than visit BROWN, EWIMC'S. Hards, Softs, or Straws, our assortment Is large, our Qualities good, and our values unbeatable j and we oan give you a wide range of colors to choosa from. MEN'S SOFT HATS, in Fine or Fancy Mixed Felts. 8/6, 9/6, 11/6. MEN'S SOFT HAT 3, superior goods, Fjne or Mixed Felts. 13/6, 14/8, 10/6. MEN'S STRAW-BOATERS, in Sin, 2Jin, or 2&in brims. 8/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6. MEN'S HATTERS DUNEDIN. Save In Buying Groceries and «T It's the LITTLE ECONOMIES that make you helps to swell your account in the Savings Bank. *l Hundreds of Housewives in Dunedin are realising the tremendous ' advantage of securing "THE LOWEST PRICES—ALWAYS "—bv dealing at _ WARDELLS'. H No matter what wholesale prices are ruling in the market you can always be sure of getting the Utmost Value and the Very Lowest Prices at WARDELLS'. 1 Cash Buyers receive a Bonus Cash-check with EVERY Purchase. These Coupons are exchangeable for any articles which may be selected from Wardells' fully-stocked Show Room. *$ Dinner and Tea Sets, Ornaments, Brushware, Kitchen and Enamelware, Decorative Good?, Chamberware, Kerbs, Electroplate, etc., etc., may all be secured FREE OF COST in return for your Cash Coupons. If Every now and then Wardells' Customers are able to add to their Home articles of Beauty and Utility without the expenditure of any money---simply by taking advantage of WARDELLS' famous Cash-Check System. % Only High-grade Qualities of Groceries and Provisions are kept by WARDELLS, so that you can depend upon getting the Best of Pure Foods. % In these times every penny saved counts. Then why not join the great number of Thrifty, Keen Housewives who buy for Cash at WARDELLS'. If Give this system a trial, and come to look back on the day you commenced as a real Red Letter Day ! Grocers, Tea fir" Provisioa Merchants, George St.l DON'T BE WORRIED! Coaso being worried with a Machine that is continually slipping stitches or breaking needles. Buy a WHITE, and you will then have some renl pleasure with your Sewing. By doing so you will save both time and temper. Prices from £l. Old Machines allowed for. Pus!) Carts. 36/. D A „ B « t_ BICYCLES-SEWING MACHINEStIPfISBrS ift WRINOEBS-LA.WN MOWEBSIV CARPET SWEEPERS, Er.;. D A „ B « t_ BICYCLES-SEWING MACHINEStIPfISBrS ift WBIN'OEBS-LAWN MOWEBSIV CARPET SWEEPERS, Er.;. W. MELVILLE, 56 Qe ß ° t r *° et Dunedin. s we are maicins a TOYS! TOYS! Ail that is Newest and Most Desirable, selected prinoi* p&Uy from the London Market. LOVELY DOLLS, from little ones to life size. Prices, 6d to 4S/6 each. ENCLiSH SOLDSER'S HELMET, GUNS, SWORDS. nil 6d each. SOLDIER AND CONDUCTOR SETS. 1/9 to 3/6. Great variety \o MECHANICAL TOYS. 1/, 1/9, 2/ to 15/6. RAILWAY TRAINS AND RAILS. From 19£ d to 12/6. BLOCKS AND BRICKS FOR BUILDING. 60, 9d, 1/. WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF TEDDY BEARB, FELT AND PLUSH ANIMALS for the little folks. 3d, 6d, 1/, 1/9 up. CINEMATOGRAPHS. From 2/11 to 15/ each. Large range of FILMS. 3d, 6d, and 9d each. TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, BALLS, CROQUET AND TENNIS SETS, RATTLES, TOPS, WHIPS, SKIPPING ROPES, and al! Season's Novelties. 5,000 JAPANESE GRASS PICNIC BASKETS, all sizes. 8d each. SHOW ROOM BARGAINS. x 35 only left of the SMART SPONGE CLOTH SPORTS COATS ; Tango, Cerise, Lime, Brown, and Copper. 11/6 each. MERCERISED POPLIN SPORTS new shape ; belted in Cerise, Tanco, Cinnamon, Cream, Black, Navv, etc , etc. 22/6 eaoh. NEW INVERNESS CAPES, trimmed Silk, Grev, Navv, Brown, and Black. 27/6. LARGE PURCHASE OF 30Q MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLES. SILK, DELAINE, MUSLIN, AND MERCERISED' LAWN SHIRTS. AND BLOUSES. jO per cent, under Regular Prices for Next Season's Novelties. 3/1 1 S 4/11, 6/6, 8/6, 9/11 to 23/6. 2=;o only LINEN AND LACE RENAISSANCE SOUAR 2ofn x 20in. 11-rd each. 4 good patterns ; well worth 1/8 oacrr* lust opened fine selection of LACE FLOUNCES, in - Paris and White ; also Wide Flouncing Laces. From 1/7 to 6/11 per yard. 180 yards PRINTED SILK NINON, good for Blokes and Summer Gowns. Worth 6/1 1 yard. To clear at 2/3. COTTOK DRESS FABRICS. WHITE AND COLORED PIOUES. At afl prices. ROSEBUD CREPES AND PIOUES. 64-d, Bd, and 104 d. WHITE PIOUES. 11W, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 2/. FEATHER BOAS. 40 onlv to clear at 1/. Worth 2/6 to 4/6. LONG'BLACK OSTRICH, "round." 15/, 17/6, 27/3, 39/6 to 95/. WHITE OSTRICH. 17/6, 2i/, 27/3 to 45,/. FANCY CRAVATS, END TIES, AND RUFFLES; m Black, White, and New Colorings. From 6/11 to 29/6. £2O worth NEW TRACED GOODS—Runners, Trays, Sideboards, Cushion Covers, etc., etc. From 10£ d to 1/11. A VERY SPECIAL PURCHASE. As a Preventive and a Quick Means of Curing this Highly Infectious and Dangerous Disease "The One Reliable Remedy" is 2sE One Dose wil\ Ward Off An Attack! A Few Doses will Infallibly Cure! RANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir- Known—That Billhead?, Cir-1 ».' ciilars, Cards, Programmes, and Gene. »V , culars, Cards, Programme*, and Gene, ral Printing of every description are execulcdral Printing of *T«rr description are executed at the 'Ereiiin- Star* Office »t M»d»r»te»t tht 'mtmlMg Ster' Office »t Moderate; Prices, vPricea, _ PRICE - - Act at Once I All Chemists. Don't Delay} 1
URIC ACTP IS Tin-: CTIIKF CAUST? OF KHBUMATISM AXIIKIXDRKI) DISEASES. Know-in? I hi?, why continue to suffer untold agony when UHKI'MO will euro you? It removes ili<> execs I'iin Acid from the Blocd. mid tins quickly ;.?iws |>eii)iaiicnt relief. 2« Ctl ;inJ 4s Gil per I»'Hlp, at, all elicmi?t = . for Summer Coughs and Colds. It will cure you and the children. Get a bottle to-day. A bottle of Stevens' l Salt should he in every home. It makes a delicious refreshing drink »md acts gently hut surely on the sluggish liver—aids digeotion—promotes appetite. SteVem* / ismildlylaxativc.quiekly \ cures and prevents headaches and billiousness by eliminating impurities. A big bottle coats hi" I,*\ 6
The 'Rev. Percy Knight. P..A.. arrived in Dunedin bv to-dav's first express, and will be the, tfiie'st of Mr and Mrs K. Kfxrvear during his visit here. On Sunday he will conduct three special service-, in connection with the Central Minion anniversary in Octagon. Hall, the afternoon subject being 'An Australian's View of Prohibition.' His illustrated lecture on ' Dante' will be given on Monday night. Rev. Knight is highlv spoken of as a preacher and lecand his vi>it here is looked forward to with interest.
The Doctor chooses I In his own household he insists that the tea ! should be purchased with regard to health as well as refreshment,'and he knows that I in selecting a fine tea like Amber Tips, his decision is endorsed by The Lancet— " Fine teas mean better health," says that authorii tative journal. Then, too, the Doctor knows that there are great stimulating and invigorating properties in i' ,; Everybody's Favourite and moreover that it will not trouble the weakest digestion—nor induce "nerves." Are you enjoying the unequalled quality and flavour of this incomparable tea? Make a start NOW—get a packet of the 2/- grade at -" your grocer's—bring the a finest tea right / ii \ into your home • _ , f t and heart. , Don't forget—make a note Amber Tips. 82 ; I m afaSß WM mm If ASS mi. m m fffli I mm ?M> mmmmm m &VJ $& WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SO NS, LTD NOTHING BETTER THAN BESTS. Sec For Yourself. IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING To Inspect the Materials whloh are made up Into You will be satisfied that Bests suits to Measure are a genuine offer. Made from All-Wool Colonial Suitings and best trimmings, style plus durability are the hall-marks of Bests Suits. Let us make you one for Summer Wear. tit m m m in PRINCES STREET Next Begg'3 Music Depot, THE SHOP FOR GOOD HATS!
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914
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