s*^ K mmi mtm ItcuresColds-andquicklytoo.] Half b century ago, our grandparents realised the wonderful value of 1 Bonoingtoo To-day it» I m'l at a cough and cold cui«' > popularity is unoiminished and rciy houftiold hat B juniogton > handy. Two »'i2«— ihe biz bo!t!« i> mot economical. Inust on [he genuine thero aio msmzmmm .*yv-,A-*> Tlio strengtn una purny of Neleon Moato's UV'j results in its bein;? llu most economical. Itisthu best value yoa can possibly- get. u Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes some day soon and let us advise you as to your Spectacles. JOHNSTONE & HASLETT (Certificated), CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Offioe), OUNEDIH*
BUSINESS AS USUAL. •ft Business in our Stores continues as usual. We continue to sell at our old " PEACE " PRICES. We have from the very outset refused to sell at inflated prices, and neither Wars nor Rumors of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Fixed Policy. IT By keeping trade moving, and help yourself at the same time by attending to your Footwear needs now. In spite of the dread and unoartainty which prevails elsewhere, our Stocks are more extensive and more varied than ever, and oomprlsa everything that is New and Seasonable In Footwear. IT Buy what you need as you need it, and you wiif not pay inflated prices if you shop at Always Busy Shoe Stores, 212-214 George St .iv-■■„■;: ■■■■.,■■:-.• J:"? fi. fe- ■■(.' v:i--->rpi^j^j^^v\^^-^^^ssA THE RICHT PLACE TO BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS IS THE D.I.C. Useful Gifts, Artistic Cifts, Pleasing Clfts—altogether the D.I.C. full from end to end of Cifts to suit all tastes and all pockets. THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE V/AREHOUSE ance in USEFUL CHINA WARE GIFTS. TEA WARE. A Larso Range of Dainty Patterns. TEA SETS, 40 pieces 25/, 32/6, 35/ ta £8 8/. AFTERNOON TEA SETS 17/6 to £t3 13/. MORNING TEA SETS 12/6, 15/, 17/6, 21/. FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS, a large variety... From 1/ to 42/ each. ROYAL DOULTON. ARTISTIC AND ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS IS JUGS. 3/6, 5/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 each. TEAPOTS 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/ S. SALAD AND FRUIT BOWLS 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, 15/. FLOWER BOWLS 10/6, 15/, 17/6 upwards. CHILDREN'S TEA WARE. CUPS AND SAUCERS, attractive designs 1/ and 1/6 each. MUGS 1/3 each. PORRIDGE PLATES, Teddv Boar and Nursery Rhymes 1/3 each. BABIES* PLATES '. V and 2/6 each. CHILDREN'S TEA SETS, Blue, Green, and Yellcm- 1/ per set. VISIT THE D.I.C. YOU WILL BE CHARMED WITH OUR SELECTION. The Mouse for Presents DUNEDIN.
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