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TERRITORIALS I NOTICE! FBEE ESSRS WRIGGLESWORTH AND • BtNNS WILL PHOTOGRAPH ALL IERRITORIALS LEAVING FOR THE FRONT FREE. ARTEN&UM BUILDINGS, OCTAGON. FROM EARLY MORN TILL SET OR SUN! WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE! Devices innumerable, however, have liccn thought of to tn.ikc woman's work lighter. One way of lessening (oil is to use WARONUI COAL. It's dean, hard ronl. Doesn't make smuts, but leaves a dean, white ash that makes a room ea&ier to dean no. Moreover, it's Instil!" <va! ■• lis 6d (CASH) HALF TON, IX CITY. ALL COAL MERCHANTS, or TEL. 317. READ? DOG'S HEAD tiI'INNESS' STOUT AND BASS' ALB Xow Procurable in FAMILY NIPS, •Iti'-l sufficient for one glass. Packed in boxes containing one dozen. Obtainable :d all Wine and Merchants and Hotels. i; WILSON AND CO., LIMITED, Rond and Jetty streets, Dunedin, Ascitis for READ BROS., LIMITED. GLASGOW RESTAURANT, 265 MORAY PLACE. Three Minutes from Railway Station. AN IDEAL HOME FOR WORKING MEN. MEALS, 6d (Dinner, Three Courses). EVERYTHING OF THE BEST QUALITY. Prepared by yne of New Zealand's Bert Cocks. BEDS, Is (Clean and Comfortable). Telephone 1,650. M'DONALD AND SMITH, Proprietors. ,„7"HITE Paper for Wrappms-np For Sale. « ' Apply' Star' Office, Bond street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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