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Open to Sunshine — Closed to Storms Even against chilling winds and cutting hail you can ride comfortably and securely in an " Overland. This wonderful Car is good for all Seasons and for treacherous ~ and tyre-tearing roads. It appeals especially to the Farmer who is a m^ keen on money's worth in motoring. «*»' Vk m m mmzmsmz: '/#/•- % m oSW'PsR .rffl m .•r/ii>'/r JM{ w sSiMm kiiMv%(2?§K wmzm m MX is as roomy and handsome as other Cars costing __ 25% more. It shrinks motor bills to a minimum, because no Car is less greedy of petrol—more easy on tyres. Its appointments are on the lines of the highest-priced Cars and include Electric Starter* Electric Lamps, and Electric Horn. Its flexible, dependable Engine will give all the speed you'll ever need. That a Car so splendidly equipped —so powerful—and so economical should be sold at a price so moderate, is one of the miracles of the motor industry. Let u« send you our FREE CATALOGUE the "OVERLAND." Write for copy NOW. Chief Agents for South Island: N.Z. Farmers' Co-Op. Assn. of Canterbury, Ltd., Christchurch Overland Local Agent* t WIMPENNY BROS. AND RtID, LTD. ' 55 years unbroken popularity, jby merit alone / mssm^ This Tea does not depend , - -ernes for its trade. We don't have to beguile 'our attention away from the quality by devising coupon or prize-gift schemes in order to push our sales. Our tea for 3 5 years has sold by sheer merit alone. It is worth every penny of the price—and more. Its quality is outstanding. A cup of Nelson Moate's Tea can be distinguished from others in a moment—it has a delicacy of flavour, a quality and purity that cannot be found, elsewhere. The strength and purity of Nelson Moate's Tea results in its being also the most economical. It is the best value you can possibly get. By merit alone it has taken the pre-eminent place, by merit alone it still keeps it, and always will. Sea to it you get Nelson Moate's. There are no *'just-as-goods" so refuse them firmly, , Awarded 4 dOLD, 2 SPECIAL aad 1 SILVER MEDAL; Prices: l/ 6, 1/8. l/ 10, 2/., 2/2, 2/4, 3/-, 20°/ L V Reduction %*) Offer closei / November Both next. i ■ Have you read 'Commercial Home Study Coirses' OR 'How to prepare for a Business Oeraer' The book is FREE and contains M page* ol adrice and guidance. Send far it to-day. also for nor FREE BOOKLET "EDUCATION TO RAISE SALARIES" It tails you of our Special Reduction OBar for Courses In Accountancy Book-keeping Matriculation Public Berrioa Ad. Writing t— •—«--» Ciril Kngineerlnir 1 Engineers' " Ticket" Courses, eta. In which are yon interested? Write to-day. HEMINGWAY i ROBERTSON'S , . Correspondence Schools, AUCKLAND, i TO CAMPErtS AT WARRINGTON. 'OD may Camp on my property without chaige provided you bring a good supply of "KING OSCAR." SARDINES. JACK HAYSEED. Mosqiei g^Ssss^. J fs'<w>-qs^^!<a^3i»^Sss^s?<)»eai^; The Rue Superb! TOURISTS are charmed and delighted with the Exquisite, Soft Fleeciness and the Distinctive Beauty of the MOSGIEL RUG. %» purchased by H.M. tnoKina Sold at all the WHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE, BREMNER, LTD., niiNEDIN. Furniture Warehouseman, Upholsterer and Undertaker 24 CEORCE STREET AND It GREAT KING STREET, ['Phone 479] ['Phono 1,865] a||v AS A LARGE STOCK OF HOUSEHOLD FURNIII/ TURE on hand to chaosa from. Wardrobes from 70/ up, Duchesso Chests from 45/ up, Sideboard? from 57/6 up; Chesterfields, Couohes, and Suites in variety and new covorlngs; Wood and Iron Bedsteads and Bedding—all kinds to fit. Three Rooms comfortably Furnished for £2l. Time Payments may be arranged. FUNERALS economicallycancTiJoted in Towner Country* ATI Funeral Requisites on hand. Our Undertaker resides on our Premises, 11 Great King street, and may be rung up by day or night. Private Rosidsnoe 'Phone, 3,183. Christmas Gifts. Our Stock of Christmas CJfts Is Specially Large and Well Assorted this year. Those who are In searoh of the Right Article are Invited to our Well-lighted and Spacious Show Room* CHINA AND EARTHENWARE TEA SETS 12/ to 70/. DINNER SETS 22/ to 190/. VASES From 1/ each to 70/ eaoh. DAINTY CUPS AND SAUCERS 1/ to 8/. ROSE BOWLS, with Metal Top 2/ to 19/. E.P. CRUETS 12/ to 60/E.P. CASES SPOONS 7/6 to 20/. CASES OF CARVERS —Knife, Fork, and Steel 12/ to 35/. CHILDREN'S SETS—Knife, Fork, and Spoon 1/3 to 8/6. CENTS' POCKET KNIVES, on card. 4/ to 6/6. GLASSWARE. GLABS BISCUIT BARRELS 2/8 to 6/8. CUT CLASS PICKLE JARS To 4/8 eaoh, CUT CLASS WATER JUCS To 8/6 eaoh. FIREWORKS. AGENTS FOR PAIN'S CRYSTAL PALACE FIREWORKS. Our Stock Is Large and Well Assorted —|d to 2/ eaoh Pleoe. GEORGE ST. 243 GEORGE ST., near Hanover St. S&i*pl*§£ ,^,m^* { smm^^i^mm^mm^ FEED YOUR CHILD ON In warm weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by the heat, fhnt is one distinguishing feature of the' "ORlON"—its Rapid Heating. No wearv waiting for Hot Water, no worry over the Oven. Every part of the Range is designed to a nicety to give perfect service. Thrift and Economy are to most people important considerations! Here again the " ORION " is pre-eminent. 80.000 Housewives in all parts of the Dominion can testify to the remarkable Fuel Economy of the Favorite—bwretfiaaia^^^^ THE FINEST FOOD |^pfm v: : ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE! I;,.^^;v^ H. E. SHACKLOCK, Ltd.. Dunedin, Wellington, and Auck and CAMPERS. WARRINGTON VISITORS. KING OSCAR" SARDINES' TZ-ING OSCAR" SARDINES are finest For your Camp. JL\ quality obtainable. Don' ttake "something just as good." Insist on /letting "KING QSGAJWKING OSCAR" For your Camp. FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914