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Born !8«r ■":'., —still fini tt*?*e wm iff* m "IIP; •ir+v wmm &- 5S® Wmmm mm <*n m mm sfia Xfiii SS?S% SS^? ■"TOMB M9H& J.rx*»2 *ISS«SSg?S psrrwi 'es<»s W»:P ras i.« »5C *flßii *whm PS «i I lil I /$&; 189 &¥r >.m W rv'ii '£*r; W. 7//>' '/'*/#.-* Wff*6 &« >& Stranger (arriving at a country station): "Which HOTEL DO YOU RECOMMEND?" Scotch Porter: "There's only wan." Stranger: "Why, I THOUGHT there were two!" Porter: " There's only wan as keeps ' Johnnie Walker,' in non-refillable bottles. It is a safe rule to follow, that an hotel which in this straightforward way ensures the quality ©fits', whisky will give satisfaction otherwise. Every drop of " Johnnie Walker " Red Label " Scotch " is over 10 years old. Guaranteed same Quality throughout the World. Bottled only by JOHN WALKER & SONS, Ltd., Scotch itkisky Distillers, ej KILMARNOCK, SCOTLAND* SYDNEY and MELBOURNE Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes some day Boon and Ist us advise you as to your Spectacles. I JOHNSTONE"& HASLETT | (Certificated), I CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANB, ! 162 PRINCES STREET j (Opposite Post OfRoo), | OUHEDIth I ttf-stSiHS?-' mi TWEWTY-FIVE YEARSI Buy a WHITE Sewing Machine, and you will p;ct at least IVenty-fivo Years' Sewing Service. This Firm has been Relling WHITE Machines for ovor Thirty-six Years, bo you can depend on the statement made. Catalogue sent on request. Prices from £7. Allowance made for old Machin~~ FS^.-..,!-,„ «--. MCTCLES-6EWING MACHINES— rfl WBINUEBS—MANGLES—LAWN i \\s j* <LB 11 <J B.VT MO WEBS—CABFET BWEEPHBS W. MELVILLE 6 DUNEDIN -Tl{r- L r-'flfr r T-'lT|f II wmMßa r &*« n '•fe i PopySar Smartly Trimmed with Colors! 1 mmsmmmmmMmMi Most Modestly Priced. SPECIAL MORRIS CHAIRS from 21/. OCCASIONAL CHIPPENDALE CHAIRS from 17/6. DIVAN LOUNGE CHAIRS from 50/. CHESTERFIELD SETTEES from £6 15/. NEW SHIPMENT OF FLOWER BOWLS, just arrived Direct from the Potteries 2/3, 3/6, 4/8, 5/6, 7/6, 10/6 up. m> ;■<■ mv. lillifHinlit LIMITED. \\ e have made special arrangements for a continuous supply of the "LATEST WAR PHOTOS * direct from the front, which will be shown in our windows after each mail.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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