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WVL TAKE Any Hoar of the Day or Evening, and guarantee" Al results, no matter what time the Photo is taken. You see, we are Specialists In Photography by Electric Light, so if you are unable to spare the time through the day you can make an appointment and come along in the evening and sit for your Photo. And you can rest assured that the Finished Photo will be equal in e\*ery respect to one taken in daylight. A good variety of Mounts from which to choose. "Acme" Post Card Photos are very popular. Oke * Studios, 263 CEOROE STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephone 965. J. STEADMAN, Manager. and • • • . Xmas Gifts for Here are some timely suggestions in Gifts for MEN—m things that they are likely to appreciate far more than trifling _ gee-gaws. | Mothers, Sisters, and Wives will 1 find that such Articles as are a listed below, as well as many • ,| others of a similar class, answer H to the "something practical" I preferences of most men. 1 Men's White and Colored Neglige M Shirts, large selection ; select Tfl designs and perfect fitting. | 2/11, 3/6, 3/11. Men's Poplin and Fancy-striped Shirts, stiff band, soft cuffs; A Tussore shades," and Cream, £•3 with colored stripe. In a. word, 1 '' The Newest " ! 4/8, 5/6, 5/11. m Men's White Silk Shirts, beautim ful quality: neat, dressy, and k serviceable; 141 to 17. 10/6. I Men's Tussore Silk Shirts, superm lative quality, lasting in wear; m always bears the stamp of || superiority in good dressing. S 11/6 each. Gents' Wide-end Silk and Poplin Ties, exquisite pattern*, rich p, ouahties; draw easy through W the Collar. 1/, 1/8, 2/6. e Gents' Handkerchiefs, in Lawn, | Cambric, and Irish Linen; at m prices to suit all purses. I 1/11, 2/11, C 6, 56, 8S per half dozen. J Gouts' Hemstitched Handkerf, chiefs; a popular gift at this H season! U 2.11, 4/6, 5/6 to 11/0 per half is dozen. Gents' "Silliin" Handkerchiefs, with Silk initial, hemstitched; J initials from "A to Z." m 1/ each. •Si Gents' Braces, strong and light I makes; pigskin or leather J . fittings. 1/, 1/6, 1/11 to 3/6. m Special purchase Gents' Boaters, | fine straws; Black Silk band, i self-adjusting fittings. Worth I 66 to 'lO/t.i. 1 Going at 3/11 and 4/11. Off for the Holidays! CH Before setting out on your 3 holiday trip you will probably I want a GENTLEMAN'S SPORT.-S m SUIT, for this is recognised as [ej being the correct thing for j| holiday touring. We are offering 1 somo very smart Suiis in Harris 1 and Donegal Tweed effects, made .1 with easy-fitting Coat, plain or H pleated back, stitched band at % waist, and patcli pockets. The hj Trousers have permanent turn- -* ups, side straps, and laps for belt. a Splendid value, 35/. 1 Time is Nearly Up! I WHAT ABOUT VOrH, SUMMER I SUIT? H Von cannot afford to delay much % longer if you want it in time for | Christ nil'". We undertake that W, if yon will place your uul-v uiiii m us' tin's week we wi'l ■<i:i;iT-ni«*o to deliver your Suit ivi ampin time, ior th? Ch: i Holid:,;,:;. jj Most m"i! in Di':.;diu !u o\v £ about th" •• D.S.A. " :-rh to |j who lii'ive worn thorn H'V'r'.v-hio Vx the comfortable i:i. t!<> ;;ood I stylu, the iii:-.n:'-T i:i '.hic:i the *$ shßpe is retained, and ili> smart Kj appearance of the :•; 'ii. I The 50/ SUIT is Horn 9 Genuine Dominion Tweeds, and I not from imported shoddy. It is _3 made m Dunedin, and not in i some insanitary garret in thn East End of London. It is Good -a Policy to support Loe«l Industry | when you can, especially when a the value is bigger than you can 1 get from any other country in I the world! Wmßm Assn. (Men's DcpL) George Street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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