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Wardell; Christmas Cheer for Christmas fUwltst ****** WARDELLS are famed for their Christmas Fruits ¥?«*iii4-g t which are consistently or rmus ' First-Class Quality the Best and Freshest that the Market affords. All Bulk Fruit is sold ready cleaned and in splendid condition, ready for use. Every variety of Dried Fruit for theUable and the cook. Table Figs, Dates, Raisins, Almonds, Prunes, Californian Seedless Raisins, Greek Currants, and others, also TINNED FRUITS. riifißrmafi Wardells' Hams are sugarV>»liri3till£sl3 cured in their own Factory. Only Choice Bacon is used, and' High-Grade Qualities are the result. A " Wardell Ham " is deliriously sweet and finely flavored ! BACON in sides and rolls of equally high class. Also PROVISIONS of all kinds'—Prime Cheese, Honey, etc., etc. Fill your Holiday Hampers at Wardells' 1 rhriefmac In Wardells' Confectionery Ulfiblllldd Department you will find a ff\nforsi(\noru ! rare selection of British, LOnieaiOntJry I American, and Dominion Dainties. Chocolates and Bon-Bons with soft, creamy centres, Nuts, Fruits, etc., Attractive Boxes for presentation, Glass Jars of ENGLISH TOFFEES, Tins of Caramels—wholesome gifts for children—SUPEßlOß CONFECTIONERY for presentation to Ladies, Cheap, PURE LOLLIES in abundance for the Children's Picnics and Holidays, Jujubes Mixtures', etc., etc. Christmas Gifts '°reTforHousewives! i£&TT Isfe Articles in the Show Room. These are being sold in most cases at lower prices than are asked elsewhere. Tea Sets, Electroplate, Ornaments, Vases, Rose Bowls, Flower Stands, Art Copperware, and numerous other suitable things. No one is asked to buv Don't make your selections till you havs visited WARDELLS' SHOW ROOM. ALL CASH PURCHASERS RECEIVE CASH BONUS COUPONS ! Grocers, Tea & Provision Merchants GEORGE STREET.

Choice Assortment of mteMz%*m*mmm ace In ART POTTERY, EMBROIDERED SILK COODS, PEY/TER WARE. CALENDARS, FRAMES, BOXES, AND PERFUME NOVELTIES, ETC. Also, SILVER-MOUNTED VASS3 AMD ANTIMONY TRAYS AND BOXES. SPANISH LACE SCARVES, in Cream and Blaok; MALTE3E LACE SCARVES; MUSLIN, LACE, AND SILK NECKWEAR OF EVERY DESCRIPTION; HEMSTITCHED AND EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladies 1 Gloves, Presentation Umbrellas, Fancy Silk and Lisle Hose, Handbags, and Manicure Sets. SPECIAL HOLIDAY BARGAINS IN THE MILLINERY AND COSTUME DEPARTMENTS. READY-TO-WEAR BOWEN AND PANAMA HATS. 2/11, 3/11, 4/11 to 776 each. Worth <i°ubl9. NEW MOD JIS 7n LaSiES- TRIMMED MILLINERY. 15/6, 21/, 26/. Wore 25 ,30/ 35/, and 45/. LADIES' ROBES AND COSTUMES. Holiday prices, 10/6, 15/6. Usual prices, 21/ to 52/. HtfS mdmsMs£&&£*i w$ dtv •Wiftß HSHhUH OT^s &8m issmm m VrtdAWl)*>WVj For Holiday Wear Are Out On Their Own I [Tf We strongly recommend these Suits to anyone desirous of Lj having Real Comfort and Enjoyment during the H«rfldays. COTSWOLDS are essentially for Neglige Wear, and are Designed and Tailored with ABSOLUTE FREEDOM AND COMFORT as the objeotive. Being Loose and Easy-fitting, they give to every movement. Make a point of seeing these Suits, even If you are not wanting one at the moment: asking to see commits you to nothing beyond evlnoing the desire to possess one. PRICES Fropi OUR HAND-MADE TAILORED BUITS at *5 5/ARE WITHOUT RIVAL. BROWN, EWING & Co., Ltd. PRINCES ST. DUNEDIN.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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