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" Accept No Substitute O'M I —for Bonninpton's Irish Moss. 'jsA i There is but one formula,evolved f(iy Fifty years ago—it is unchanged ffi/'i 4/A to-day. There arc scon s of ypji 'j%r imitations bidding against BonyA ninf» on'«—not oncof v.l.icbcjnporsiMy .•©0 sl.-.nd nr.rnil the a'and origin il and in. i coinpsrib'rtemrdv 'or <xucl« pndcolds. I *, Cetaboclletoday-u-oiuci-thc U ™ _. brse bottle it thu more economical. £5 UrmlrMoss NELSON MOATE'S Their uniform qnalirr m;ikcs them the mo«l satisfactory. Only from the be*! i'nn you cet thr lips!, See yon pet Nelson Moate's'ft*. 4 Photos for Xmas If A "speaking" likeness of yourself sent to your Friends at Christmas will bo moro acceptable than the. usual conventional present. fl Of courso, it is essential that you select the Studio. Our Photographs always give satisfaction. Goo<l taste, correct posing, and first-class finish assured. 5f Every year there is a groat demand for Acma ost-oard Photos, so you had better sit for yours as soon as possible, tt ensure delivery well before Christinas. STUDIO, 253 GFORCE STREET, DUNEDIN. J. STEADMAN, Manager. 'Phono 985. NELSON MOATE'S PURK TfiAS

Encourage BRITISH TRADE by Purchasing the r *lMililii I *M|III A Genuine British-made Article. For Comfort, Durability, and Design this is the Best Value Chair on the Market. m HsH^H^ »:a ■sm. ■AW. 1 -- ■'.-.--Uvl Tay Street. InvoroargllU Rattray Street, Dunedln.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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