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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. THE HIDDEN TREABURE I THE HIDDEN TREASURE I THE HIDDEN TREASURE! EACH DEPARTMENT TO-MORROW WILL SELL GOODS THAT COST £IOO FOR £SO ! Or, in other words, certain lines throughout the establishment will be SOLD AT EXACTLY HALF-COST. The different lots will be displayed on the counteis and marked in plain figures, but none will be shown in the windows. £6OO TO COST. USUAL SELLING PRICE, £760. TO-MORROW ON OFFER FOR £3OO. ! SOME LINES SHOW EVEN A MORE MARKED DISPARITY PROM COST TO SELLING. HERE'S A SAMPLE. 50 SILK-LINED TWEED COSTUMES. Usual price, 40s, 50s, and 60s. SALE PRICE, 6s lid. NO ONE CAN GUESS WHAT AWAITS THEM TO-MORROW AT ARTHUR BARNETT'S. This line may give you some slight idea: SHANTONA WASHING SILKS. In Crstrio, Pir.lc, and Sky. SALE PRICE, 6id yard. If Only Out of Mere Curiosity, VISIT OUR STORE TO-MORROW. WE DEFINITELY STATE THAT THE SPECIAL LINES COMPRISE A RANGE OF BARGAINS ABSOLUTELY UNBEATABLE ANYWHERE. MEN'S 70* OVERCOATS FOR 21s. ARTHUR BARNETT, PLEASE NOTE: FOR ONE DAY ONLY I LO KEONG'S SALE. Buy Now Your Xrnas Presents. Choice Selection of DOLLS and TOYS. CHINESE TUSSORE, White and Colored SILKS. JAPANESE CREEE3. White and Colors. HAND-EMBROIDERED SILK BLOUSE LENGTHS. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, Embroidered and Plain. JAP. FANS, UMBRELLAS, and LANTERNS'. Just Landed. CHINESE WATER LILIES. • O KEONG, 117 GEORGE STREET. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open at THE SAVOY. THE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of the Most Popular Institutions in tho Unites States and the big cities of Austral*. Its Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea during the Summer, being Cool, Refreshing. Novel, and Mcst Enjoyable Ice Cream Soda 3, with Pure Fruit Flavors /with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverages, comprising 12 varieties, 6d per glass, serred with Biscuits.. THE SAVOY, "Restaurant de Luxe," Moray place (corner Princes street). <T. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. RED CROSS FUND. 4,000 Men, 100 Woaen at the Front. STREET COLLECTION, THURSDAY EVENING NEXT. Even- Penny Goes to Help tho Wounded. J. E. BONE, Secretary Centre. SOMETHING TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. 100 BEAUTIFUL. ONE-PIECE DRESSES, all the very latest styles, in tho best of materials, including Silks, Voiles, Ninons, eto Theso goods have been bought by us at a Iremardous sacrifice, and our intention is to once again share our success with th'o general public-. Ordinary prices, 60s to 100s. OUR SPECIAL PRICES, 22s 6d to 27a 6d each. 100 OF THE NEWEST AND SMARTEST SPORTS COATS, all fresh, upcto-date goods, in Pique, Cloths, Corduroy, Velvet, Ratines, etc. Tbeee goods were also bought at ridiculous price. NOTE: Ordinary prices, 27s 6d to 50s each. OUR SPECIAL PRICES, 13s 6d to 27s 6d each. SEOURE ONE NOW. SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY WEDNESDAY, P. AND R, WOODS, LIMITED, 13-15 Princes street (opp. Herbert, Hayues). GERMAN Sausage unobtainable at Belgian JT Carnival, Port Chalmers, Election Day. A glorious afternoon's outing. Is return. LD age commands respect. Watson's V»" No. 10 is highly esteemed because ret? old and fully matured. ""lyriGHT Dispensary."—Registered Chemist in perpetual attendance at Bagle/s Pharmacy, King street north (near Howe street). fTtHE Basement Hairdressing Saloon, under X new management; everything of the best. Electric Massaging a Specialty. O to Marshalls Pharmacy for high-claes _." Perfumes. Pace- Dreams, and Powders, Face Chamois, Manicure Requisite*. I EBB'S to you and yours." DrinlTif'ln Watson's No 10, and do honor to the occasion. TTISIT Fyfes Economic Stores; open all V day to-morrow (Wednesday); extraordinary inducements Millinery, XJnderolotb- , jn*. and Cojrset dopartmont*.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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