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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. * FROM SUNNY BPAIN ! FROM [TALY'S VINEYARDS I FROM THE SLOPES OF CALIFORNIA I A. AND J. M'EARLANE, LTD., HAVE GATHERED A MAGNIFICENT RANGE OF NEW SEASON FRUITS. This Christmas Week must prove a RECORD. tatatfy tha lineit Collection of SUPERB-QUALITY DRIED FRUITS under one roo in New Zealand. FOB FESTIVE DAINTIES THIS YEAR WE ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. ALL PRICES ARE MODERATE. EVERY QUALITY IS HIGH. THE M'FARLANE HAMS AND BACON ARE UNSURPASSED FOR FLAVOR IN DUNEDIN. NOTHING HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN. Preparations are now completed for a Royal Christ wiw Week after 50 Year? of Trading. OUR STOCK TO-DAY IS MORE COMPREHENSIVE THAN EVER. JUUiful Representation has kept as in the front. Highest Qualities and Lo--ojt Prices are going to Enhance our Reputation. A. AND J. M'FARLANE, PRINCES STREET AND MACLAGGAN STREET. LOOK OUT FOR SHOP AND WINDOW DISPLAY. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. CHANCE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. SALE! SALE! SALE I SALE! FOR ONE MONTH ONLY! Messrs MARSHALLS" PROPRIETARY. LTD., having purchi?ed the stock, fixtures, ate., of OTAGO DRUG STORE, Princes street (next Messrs Thomson, Bridger, and Co.'s). intend offering to the Public the PERFUMES, BRUSHWARE, CUT GLASS, TOILET accl SMELLING BOTTLES nt RIDICULOUS PRICES. The Business during - the Sale will be carried on by Mr Marshall and his assistants. SOME OF THE BARGAINS. 115 GASKETS OF PERFUMES (Cut Glass Bottles), at 2s 6d each. Usual price, 6* 6d. 48 CASKETS OF PERFUMES (Cut Glass Bottles), at 5s to 7s 6d. Usual price, 12s. lis 6d. , 22 C4SKETS OF PERFUMES (Cut Glass Bottles] at 3s. Usual price, 6s 6d, 30 of the FINEST CUT GLASS "CRYSTAL BOTTLES at Is 6d. Usual price, 3a 6d. 58 FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES at 2s 6d each. Usual price, 6s 6d ea;b. 31 FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES at 4s and ss. Usual price, 10s 6d and 17s fid. 11 FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLES at 15s and 17s 6d. Usual price, hOs, 355. 1 FINEST CUT GLASS CRYSTAL BOTTLE at 15s. Usual price 40s. Etc., Etc., Etc. 60 HATR BRUSHES (Bristle, not Fibre) at 2s. Usual price, 5a fid. 40 HAIR BRUSHES (Bristle, not- Fibre) at 2s 6d. Usual price, 6s 6d. 85 HAIR BRUSHES (Bristle, not Fibre) at 4s 6d. Usual price, Bs. 500 TOOTH BRUSHES at 6d and 9d. Usual price, Is and Is 6d. 200 NAIL BRUSHES at Is. Usual price, 2s Sd each. " The HIGH-CLASS FIXTURES consist of MIRRORED-BACKED SOLID CEDVR WVLL CASES, FRENCH-POLISHED SOLID CEDAR COUNTER CASES. MASSIVE CEDAR FLOOR OASES, SHOW CARBOYS, and SPECIE JARS. Etc, Etc. ANY REASONABLE OFFER ACCEPTED FOR ABOVE. APART OR AS A WHOLE.
SUGGESTIONS foi a Christmas Box.— l > choice Box of Cigar* from Moody's I tobacconists, importers of choico Havan; and Manili Cigars. LTRS RHODES, Trance Medium, frou »J- Australia (registered); interviews dailj I (ladies only); short season. 5 St. Andrev street. TONEMASONS.-A Meeting will be hel ) in Trades Hall on Saturday evening, a. I 7.50. IRVINE AND STEVENSON are Cash Buy era of all kinds of Fruit; correspondent invited. Irvine and Stevenson, Filleul street XMAS Presents.—Just opened, a magnificent stock Pictures and Art Goods; also Full Cabinet. Photos British Generals, only Is 6d. H. Day, 36 George strce.t. OTHE R~Cigarette Tobaccos "are dull in comparison with Red Jacket Tobacco. Soothing, fragrant, mellow. ST. KILDA.—Cash Buyer waiting: Section, near bnch; corner preferred. Send i lowest price Bryant, Octagon. Wlir Pay Rent?—Bargainl'£s~dcpo9u r , 20s weekiy): Modern House, 5 rooms; I near trams. Bryant, Ootagon. IVT offer To-morrow a charming ITA rnngo of Antimony Ware, suitable for TRAVELLING Bags, Suit Cases, Dress Baskets, nil sizes), best values; lowest ! City prices. Laidlaw and Gray's. TOYS of every kind. Dollj, Engines, Ships, Soldiers, bailors; latest novelties for j children. Laidlaw and Gray's. CAMPING Out? Fine valueliT"Teuts cf ail sizes, Tomahawks, Billies, everything I required. Laidlaw and Gray's. RIFLES, Guns, and Ammunition; beat , you can buy, and at lowest price). Try Laidlaw and Gray's. AvVN Mowers, all Bizes, seven different I kinds; best English and American; surpassed values. Laidlaw and Gray's. A RT Copper Ware, English Silver Plate, J\. Sets Carvers, Clocks and Watches; ere.it values. Laidlaw and Gray's. "UST Landed—Shipment of American Black Walnut; ail sizes, and perfectly ..ry. Apply to W. Bates and Sons, Lower Hijth street, Cbristchurch. XMAS Gifts, different from those to be found elsewhere. At Miss Cough's, ladies' depot, George street. CHRISTMAS "PiMeitts for Ladies! Many charming and odd novelties at Miss dough's, ladies' depot, George street. HATRDRESSING for Christmas Func- ( tions!—Ladies' select rooms, expevt i women operators; haircutting, massage, eto. j Miss Clough, George* street. GREY Hair gradually transformed to original color; Bland's Vegetable Hair Dye, 3s 6d bottle. Agent, Miss Clough. ENTERPRISING Shopkeepers contemplating enlargements and modem frontages consult Pattillos, shopfittora, Moray place; low prices, estimates rupplied. MOLLISONS offer To-morrow 75 NoTeltics in Washing Costumes and Onepiece Dresses at 10s 6d; worth 355. FITMENTS for the Home, Fittrngs in Offices, Fixtures in Shops. Consult TTT"'._ "Z7.SIZ.Jr """w «*«*ojr puu.v. MAS Seas in.—Holiday Garment*: Our *. Ready-mades or© well known. Exelu- | sive designs and moderate prices. Millinery i from the most conservative Hat to the most daring. Come and see these goods. Fancy j Handkeroiiefs, Gloves, Blouse 3, Lace Goods, Perfumes, Fancy Hosiery. H. E. Beyeridgc, 60 George street. M~ W WILLIAMS, Stafford street, has large stock Ladies' and Gents' Second, htnd Clothing For Sale, cheap. SILVER-MOUNTED Cij Cases, C.gar and Cigarette Holders; a large variety to choose from, for Xmaa presents. At Moody's, tobacconist*, Dnnedin.
HATEVER the weather, Watson' 3 No. 10 is always appreciated. FYKE'S Economic Stores.—A big purchase of Misses' and Ladies' Panama llats for Holiday and Seaside Wear. TJR Prices will please. We offer Tov morrow 450 Trimmed Panamas. 2s lid, 3s Ud, 4s lid, 5s lid to 12s 6d. TO-MOB.ROW.— 150 Tomboy Pique Crepe and Silk Tussore Hats for Girls, Misses, •nd Ladies, 2s lid to 4a lid each. EB Windows, Fyie's Economic Stores, for j dainty Hanakerdhiefß, in fciwn and 1 linent the newest; extraordinary value. YFE'S Economic Stores.—See Glove —. Window; everything new in Gloves: Girls', Misses', and Ladies'; extraordinary value. nnO-HORROW we offer 500 pairs Sample 1 X Stockings, bought from the Kaiapoi | Woollen Company. A marvellous assort- j ment. : YFE*S (Economic Stores.—See Holiday . Hats in large centre window To-mor- | row (Saturday). George street (corner Hanover street). VITHAT Men appreciate : A glass of Wats'T son's No. 10 Whisky. M'GULLOCH'S Cycle Depot will Close j 6 o'clock To-night; Late Night iSat- I urday; open till 9 o'clock. I ' , 'OEGIG'S' , Open Saturday, 19th. and i 3Ji Christmas Eve for convenience of i those wishing to buy Christmas Gifts. ►EGG'S Mouth Organs.—Enormous vnri- | > etyj thousands from 6d; famous 1 oruerang from Is. Splendid value. ! EGGS. —See our Windows; -Musical j Gifts for* Musical People; pplendid | value. B EGG'S" show the biggcit stock in the | Dominion; Mandolins from 50s, Ac- j eordions from 7s fid. lines; biggest values in the Dominion. , B EGG'S."—Banjos from 27s fcVl, Cornets | 50e, Boys' Flutes 2s 6d, Concertinas j 10» Bd. "TQBGG'S, established 53 rears, stock j •JL* everything in the way of" Mmical Infftruments; biggest values at Begg's. ! MEBIOAN Organ; handsome mirror, L eight stops, powerful tone; IB guineas; easy terms; late Saturdays. Holden, Oe- I tagon. * j BRITISH Pianos by standard makers | from 38 guineas; latest models; ca3y I payments; late Saturdays. Holden, Octa- I gon. PBRHANGINGS. Pricies, better and cheaper than ever; marvellous value;. isi purchase from Paris and London; 10,000 pieces Is—usual prico 3s; Friezes, 3d Crd; Deantiful designs, nrtistio colorings; tow manufacturers cost. Wren's, Wren's. ATJiKP Display of Leather 1 Goods at Wnkie's, 92 Princes street. Open <U day Saturday. sG House tor Leather Good 3 for 1 Christmas Presents. wnkie's, 92 Princes street. Open till 9 p.m. Saturday. I Brtnufaeture. Wilkie's Warehouse, Fxinse* street. Open Saturday, 9 p.m. J" »nd "Onoto" Fountain Pens / fou Presentation. Wilkie's, 92 Princes | street. Open Saturday, 9 p.m. 1 OOXETT Christmas Cards; select designs. . Wilkie's. 92 Princes street.» Open till 0 p.m. Saturday. EOLLISON3 offer To-morrow 100 Japanese Htar'hrusjs, size 5 1 2J- feet, at 4s Ud; worth 7a 6d. EG. HEATH, _ • Craighsith street (late Lsitfc W#lk),
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