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Holiday Requirements AT BARGAIN PRICES. TRAVELLING BAGS, TRUNKS, BOXES, BASKETS, ETC., ETC. LARGE VARIETY OF NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. TOYS FOR THE CHILDREN. GLADSTONE KIT AND BRIEF BAGS, Solid Leather, all sizes and qualities. Lowest prices. SARATOGA and-TIN TRUNKS, for train or steamer travelling. Splendid quality at bargain prices. SAFETY AND ORDINARY RAZORS make useful Gifts for • Gentlemen. Auto-Strop, Gillette, Altona. Bengali, Shavesie. Our value means money saved. WATCHES FOR MEN, BOYS, LADIES. Trices from 6/6 upwards. Unique value. Don't miss our Bargains. BAROMETERS, TELESCOPES, AMD FIELD GLASSES. Nice Assortment to choose from. . Inspection invited. SILVERPLATE TEAPOTS, CRUETS, JELLY DISHES, TEA SERVICES. Hundreds of Articles at lowest City prices. LADIES' HANDBACS, TOILET BRUSHES, AND MIRRORS. MANICURE SETS, beautiful designs. Best English quality. TEA SETS, DINNER SETS,, FANCY CHINAWARE AND ORNAMENTS, CROCKERY ant! COPPER WARE. Tempting prices. COME AND SEE OUR FINE DISPLAY. RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. Wholesale WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANTS, 24 HOPE STREET, DUNEDIN. SOLE BOTTLERS OF SPEIGHT'S COLD MEDAL ALES AND STOUT For the South and Middle Islands. Agencies: A. AND B. MACKAY'S (" BLACK MACKAY ") WHISKY. PETER DAWSON'S "PERFECTION" WHISKY. We specialise In 2gal. and sgal. Patent Jars of Ale for the Home and Country Crib—a real boon to Week-enders. MANUFACTURERS OF AERATED WATERS. All other brands of Wines and Spirits can be purchased at market price. Telephone No. 979. Telephone No. 979. * Your Eyes are Worth Taking Care Of. Take 15 minutes some day soon and let us adviso you as to jour Spectacles. JOHNSTONE & HASLETT (Certificated), CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Offioe), OUNEUINU BRIGHTON VISITORS. IXC- OSCAR" SARDINES arc packed -«.-i\- ia Pure Olive Oil. Don't; take any other brand. ROUNAWKA VISITORS. DON'T Forg-=t. a supply of "KING OSCAR SARDINES." They arc ihe Best. MIHIWAKA VISITORS.' TJ7VISH arc -circc. hut Rabbits plentiful. I? B'.'injr good supply "KING OSCAR" SARDINES. I'liey arc the Best. ■ i'i^< 1 7VIECCAKO imperial Toy! BRITISH MADE. SSPgI ¥%i\ mamm® Engrossing {lobby for Boys! WHAT IS MECCANO ? Bteel Strips and Angles, Rods, Gear Wheels, Pufhsye, Bolts and Nuts, etc, eto. —all the Parts neo&ssary to make WORKING MODELS OF MECHANICAL APPLIANCES STRONG, ENDURING! Every Part Is Solid and Unbreakabfe—essentially British—cheaper than many flimsy Continental Toys, and vastly mere Interesting. Plvo Sizes ... Price per Set Makes Models No. o. 1. 2. 3. 4. V.; ;., '.,-. 6/. 8/6. 18/6. 25/. 467, ... ... ±U 18. 27. 41. 50. 33. GENERAL IRONMONGERS, wftTOt. PRINOEB STREET (Opp. Bank of New Zealand), DUNEDIN. 'Phones: S 741 and 742. 2 THE RICHT PLACE TO BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS IS THE D.I.C. Useful Gifts, Artistic Gifts, Pleasing Clfts—altogether the D.I.C. Is full from end to end of Gifts to suit ail tastes and all pockota. THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE WAREHOUSE There will be No Advance in Prices USEFUL CHINA WARE GIFTS. TEA WARE. A Largo Range of Dainty Patterns. TEA SETS, 40 pieces * 25/, 32/6, 35/ to £8 8/. AFTERNOON TEA SETS 17/6 to £l3 13/. MORNING TEA SETS 12/3, 15/, 17/6, 21/. FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS, a large variety ... From 1/ to 42/ each. ROYAL DOULTON. ARTISTIC AND ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS IN JUGS. 3/6, 5/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 eaoh. TEAPOTS 6/6, 7/8, 8/6, 10/6. SALAD AND FRUIT BOWLS 7/6, 8/8, 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 e 3O "- PORRIDGE PLATES, Teddy Bear and Nursery Rhymes 1/3 eaoh. BABIES' PLATES 2/ and 2/6 each. CHILDREN'S TEA SETS, Blue, Green, and Yellow 1/ per set. VISIT THE D.I.C. YOU WILL BE CHARMED WITH OUR SELECTION. The House for Presents ' DUNEDIN.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914