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¥?? m v& m y&s m 1! Proprietor! i The |JISTILLERS J^ttL Lcrnit Scott.* Whulnr Diuillen In ibe World. EDINBURGH. SCQTLANa Ag0 «„ NEILL&CO.Ltd. DUNEDIN.. ' Ow-Tit isCoW*"* Brfl Methven Seamless Copper Washing Boilers. Methvens' Seamless Coppers excel in principle, of construction and quality of material. No rough joins to catcli and fray tho clothes; no seams to burst, leak, or burn out. The copper sheet from which Methvens arc made is tivieo tho thickness and strength of tbo ordinary. Buy the Methven Seamless Copper Washing Boiler from your Ironmonger. It will save your clothes, save trouble in cleaning, and''outwear any other Copper Boilor in existence. METHVENS, LTD.. Makers. Ounectin. Purity! t and rlavourare combined in }lo other jlle approaches it in Qualify. -#s*sss* xtv^t^y^t-i &gfcrr;jy-v.w?i< f i&S'W-j Nft um DOULTOM WARE AMPHORA WARE. COPPER WARE SILVER WARE TRAVELLING BAGS HANDBAGS DRESSING GASES CUTLERY CASES SAFETY RAZORS Etc., etc. *?-! iJftte'^il:»SttM " MECCANO " SETS (English made), which ensble Chßdren to bulid up their own Mechanical Toys. Five sizes. 5/ to £O/ per Set. i: GENERAL. IRONMONGERS, PRINCES STREET (Opp. Bank of New Zealand), DUNEDIN. 'Phones: 741 and 742. ■T S¥l^S"3i«.fc'?w#^

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

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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