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In Men's Wear 50 pairs MEN'S TROUSERS, strong Dark Grey and Navy Tweeds MEN'S BOX SUITS, smart tailor-cut, nicely finished, good dark patterns - ~ NECLICE SHIRTS, a splendid variety of very smart patterns, summer weight TENNIS AND CRICKET SHIRTS, with collars or bands; White matt and mercerised shirtings TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, nicely made, all double sewn seams, White linen bands WHITE WOOL SWEATERS, some very fine knitted light weights, suitable for holiday wear from 5/6 MEN'S UNDERWEAR, natural pants and singlets; the ideal Underclothing for summer wear from PYJAMA SUITS, a special lot of Men's Pyjamas, including \(\]££ some choice samples 3/11 to Iv/w Cuming's Stores GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN.

The monthly meeting of the Concord School Committee was attended by Messrs Christie [chairman). Chambers. Mitchell, Slade. Smith, 'Ritchie, arid Toombs. The head master reported that the average attendance for the month was 73, the present roll number being 78. The visitors reported everything satisfactory. It was decided to close the school for the Christmas holidays on the 17tlt. The Shining Shore.—Pardon: "Oi conrsf, you want to go to heaven when you die, my lad. All good Inns go there !" Hoy: "Then it's heaven for mine! ff there'n anything I like it's bundling a good bojr I"

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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