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i A merchant whn had been travelling [ some months was, on his return, informed |of the death or a. valued friend. A few j days later he called upon the bereaved widow to offer his expressions of sympathy. During the visit ho remarked : I was a good friend of your late husband. Is there not something of his which I could have as a memento of him?” She raised her vJlvety brown eyes to his, which, a few moments before, were moist with tears, and said soft-1 v ; “How would !l do!"

0 $ *mr C\< stands for the finest Old y \?V e W«3 SS in QUO P£ Cty t*' 1 Proprietor! i The (QOMPANY f^td Scot*- Wh»h* Ditiillen In ibe World, CJHiiiftl •asplojrta, over ,£3.000,000. EDINBURGH. SCOTLAND. Ag«a»a NEILL & CO. Ltd. DUNEDIN. DiMiuTni’c‘6«r»^ SSIiS Kts£ When ’tis “Tired -thus the Typiste likes Amber Tips Between four and five o’clock when the strain is beginning to toll—when “nerviness” is apparent, and that too-mueh-to-do feeling asserts itself—then there’s nought so refreshing or soothing as a delicious cup of Amber Tips. With the cheery cup comes renewed vigour, mental stimulus and fresh interest in the remainder of the work. EVERYBODY’S FAVOURITE Delicious, full flavoured, perfect In aroma, quality and strength, the Amber Tips airtight, damp-proof package preserves all the delicate true rich flavour of the finest Ceylon teas. Try a packet of the 2/- grade you’ll find why tens of thousands insist on Amber Tips and will use no other. ts WHOLESALE AGENTS.: WILLIAM TAYLOR A&D SONS, LTD. For Men, The i; Hub,” being tlio leading South Dunedin Drapery Establishment, is recognised ns the place tn buy Bathing Suits, etc. We are making a specialty of them. On your may to the Ocean Beach drop off the ear at Ogg’s Corner, and make your selection from the following;— Women’s Xavy Ono-picco Costumes. 1/11 each. Ditto, with colored edge. 2/6. W«n*a’>, 2T»ry Twill Castuau, with ikirt. 2/11. Navy Costume*, Canadian twapi*«* stylo, telorad *dg*. 3/11 ami 4/6. Bathing Caps, in Checks, Spot, etc. 1/ and 1/6. .Men’s Bathing Slips. Xavy or Scarlet. 9d and 1/. Boys’ Xuvy Bathing Slips. 6d each. Boys’ Striped Trunks. 4jd per pair. Youths’ Ditto. 6d per pair. M*n’« On«-pi*«» *x•«pti*nal value. 1/6, 1/11, and 2/9. Mon’i Canadian Stylo (two-pieco), best quality. 2/6 per suit. SOUTH ££ TTJ 59 Drapery Supply , DUNEDIN. -O. Association.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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