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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914
Holiday Bargains. A Week’s Offering of Special Purchases Reductions 6/8 in the Pound. 36 LADIES’ NEW CREPE WASHING FROCKS, with Basque; in Grey, Brown, Cream, and White. 21/. For 10/6 each. i AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. 32 LADIES; TAILOR-MADE TWEED’ COSTUMES, latest cut; coats tailor-lined. Usually 50/. To go at 15/ each. 26 only NAVY COATING SERGE COSTUMES, tailor-cut, dressy, and useful; some silk-lined. 55/. To go at 25/. SPECIAL OFFERING of 350 LADIES’ WASHING BLOUSES, in Jap. Crepes; colors—Navy, Saxe, Sky, Cinnamon, Mauvo, Champagne, and Grey. Also in Navy, Saxo, and Grey Striped Nurse Cloth. All sizes. With New Polo Collar. Usually 5/11. All marked 2/1 i. 55 LADIES’ SUMMER RAIN COATS (“ Hydrotite ”), Raglan and American shapes; all sizes. At 12/6. 34 VELOUR SPORTS COATS, hip length; Mole and Brown stripes. Worth 25/.' All at 10/6. A few good FEATHER NECKLETS, in Saxo, Brown, Grey, and White. To claar at 3/11. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. 130 CHARMING TRIMMED HATS, exclusive models, no two alike; all representative of the very latest style for midsummer wear. The true value is from 30/ to 42/. Our price this week Is 10/6 each. 260 Ladies’ Holiday and Seaside Hats, in correct shapes and shades. Worth 8/6. Our price this week, all 1/ each. 400 Children’s and Maids’ “ Sunshine,” “ Beach,” and “ Picnic ” Hats; all good quality straws, correct shapes, comfortable, pretty, and a perfect shade. Usually 2/6. Price this week, all 6d each. A Fine Collection in the Fancy and Haberdashery Departments. Antimony Trinket Boxes, various sizes and shapes; quaint Japanese designs. Prices^— 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, and 5/6. Antimony Inkstands, Vases, etc., in novelty shapes; all embossed. prices, 2/6, 3/6, 6/6, 7/8. ANTIMONY JEWEL AND TOILET BOXES, a handsome and useful ornament for the dressing-table. Prices, 6/6, 7/6, 12/6, 19/8 each. ANTIMONY STUD AND PIN BOXES. Prices, 6d and 9d each. ANTIMONY TRAYS, assorted styles; beautifully embossed. Prices, 1/, 1/6, and 2/ each. BRONZED ROSE BOWLS, splendid designs ; a special line. At 2/ each. E.P HAND MIRRORS, new styles; full size. Special. At 3/6 each. Worth 6/6. CELLULOID HAND MIRRORS, White onlv. At 1/6, 2/6, and 4/8 each. MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES, with em. bossed antimony backs; an acceptable present for a gentleman. Price, 5/ pair. DRESS BASKETS, extra strong, with leather corners; sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Without Straps—1/9, 1/11, 2/3, 2/8, 2/9. With Straps and Handles—--2/11, 3/3, 3/6, 3/9, 3/11. THREE SPECIALS IN LADIES’ HANDBAGS, at half usual prices; good shapes and qualities. Lot I. —Worth 2/6. Now 1/ each. Lot 2.— Worth 51 6. Now 2/6 each. Lot 3. —Worth 10/. Now 4/6 each. A SPECIAL NOVELTY AT HALF USUAL PRICE. 500 SHAKE-HEAD ORNAMENTS AND MATCH HOLDERS, 18 new designs. Usually 11. All at 6d each. A NOVELTY BARGAIN. 260 SWISS WEATHER COTTAGES, a pretty ornament and a reliable “ weather prophet.” Usually 6/. Now all 2/6. MOLLISONS CORNER. 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. Prices from 6/0 upwards. Unique value. Don’t miss our Bargains, TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, FANCY CHINAWARE AND ORNAMENTS, CROCKERY and COPPER WARE. Tempting prices. COME AND SEE OUR FINE DISPLAY. n RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. TO CAMPERS AT WARRINGTON. YOU may Camp on my property without charge provided you bring a good supply of “KING OSCAR.” SARDINES. JACK HAYSEED. People Like the Flavor! Housewives Like the Price! There’s a something, a “ Tang ” or piquant I “ Snap,” In the flavor of the celebrated [ Melhuish’s Worcester Sauce r & v Holiday Requirements AT BARGAIN PRICES. BAROMETERS, TELESCOPES, AND FIELD CLASSES. Nice Assortment to choose from. Inspection invited. SIUVERPLATE TEAPOTS, CRUETS, JELLY DISHES, TEA SERVICES. Hundreds of Articles at lowest City prices. LADIES’ HANDBAGS, TOILET BRUSHES, AND MIRRORS. MANICURE SETS, beautiful designs. Best English quality. which . strongly appeals to the taste of almost everybody I The enormous demand testifies to its popularity. Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands. Housewives oan yet purchase it for Jess-.than half , the price of these.' Melhulsh’a “Oriental Relish” and 1 Pickles are very fine. Try thorn I For elesnihif th» blood of all tl«l from whatever oum truing, thtrt u no other medicine }<ut m food m lluufi Blood Uixtdrs—thtt'e why in to nttny ett«> ofßctcms, Uad Los*. Abtoeeeee, Belle, Sore* oftUklnd*. Pilei, Glandular Swelling!. Blood PoUon, Rheumatism, Goat, ftc.. It bte effected truly remnrktble caret where ell other tteatmsaM Save ItUei. It win do the etna for yea. OURES AIL tKed’s a fine drink, chaps!- Its - D'TIZACPIAI sris MM HI, The Best of ■Beverages!* in New Crystal Bottle?, Sealed with Special Spring Corks Refreshing and Wholesome, 1 T W. Strachan & Co., I DUNEDIN. | “CLEAR TO THE LAST DROP BE maomsmussm GUIS WORTH GIVING. Just a few more days to Christmas, and as the time draws nearer the excitement and Christmas feeling grows. Everyone wants to remember Friends and give some little token of remembrance. No matter how small the Gift, the pleasure of giving is Just the same. No more Useful or Artistic Gifts could bo seen anywhere than the Beautiful Ware displayed in our China and Glassware Department. COME IN AND LOOK ROUND. SPECIAL LING OF CHOICE TEA SETS, dainty Rosebud design. 21-pfece Set, 21/ 1 40-plece Set, 35/. BEAUTIFUL TEA SETS, In New Art designs. 21-pleoe Set, 15/j 40-plece Set, 25/. ROYAL DOULTON JUGS, attractive designs. 3/6, 5/6, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6 eaoh. ROYAL DOULTON SALAD AND FRUIT BOWLS. 7/6, 8/6, 10/6, 16/ eesh. FANCY CUPS AND SAUCERS ....From 1/ eaoh to 42/ each. FOR THE CHILDREN I In very attractive designs. Cups and Saucers, ed, 1/, 1/6 each; Mugs, sd, 1/, 1/3, 1/6 eaoh. FATHER CHRISTMAS 18 ANXIOUS TO SEE THE CHILDREN. BRING THEM IN I DIC DUNEDIN OR DIC DUNEDIN unratoflS ftj Xmas Season tf]T Some of the things that “HE” is sure to like. Here’s such a wide variety of suitable Gifts—seasonable, smart, correct, and useful things that every Man wants. The “PROBLEM” of that Gift for Dad. Brother, or “ Boy ” will solve itself when you see these. Here are a few suggestions:—SMAßT TIES, FANCY BOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SOX SUSPENDERS, COLLARS, stUDS, LINKS, ETC. TAYLOR’S CITY HATONCUM Estab. 1869. 153 RATTRAY STREET. aase Ettab. 1869. MECCANO 11 The. imperial Toyl BRITISH MADE. MECCANO I An ixk Engrossing Hobby W&/M for Beys i WHAT IS MECCANO ? Steel Strips amt Angles, Rods, Goar Wheels, Pulleys, Bolts and Nuts, oto., oto.—alt the Parts neaessary to make WORKING MODELS OF MECHANICAL APPLIANCES. STRONG, ENDURING! Every Part Is Solid and Unbreakable—essentially British—cheaper than many flimsy Continental Toys, and vastly moro Interesting. Five Sizes ... Price per Set Makes Models ... No. 0. 1. 2. 3- 4. 8/. 8/6. 16/ Q. 25/. 4ft/. 50. 68. 18. 27. 41. THOMSON. BRIDGER & C o. Ltd GENERAL ironmongers, PRINCES STREET (Opp. Bank of Mew Zealand), OUNEOIN. Telegrams; “ Nalls,Dunedin. 'Phones: 741 and 742. BHH & BLOOD DISEASES M sB ahemlste end Store*, Despite the War there is marrying and giving in marriage through-' —Ww 4 v “ D *— J £3 , w w w . V • out Otago. And still happy Redding Groups are being photographed at the Zenith Studios. There is a distinction about our W edding Groups that appeals to people who want something different from any other Photos, -the posing is exceptionally well done, and eath person made to look quite natural; dresses are nicely arranged and shown to advantage; in short, we give thought to every Photo, 80 that from grouping to finished work the whole is artistic and thoroughly satisfactory. Wo will be pleased to make an appointment by letter, or ’phone. ’Phone 859. The Zenith Studio 68 Princes Street (Opp. A.M.P.) Dunedin. Telephone 859. C. E. MERRIE, Manager. mammammmmmm
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