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When you know a thing Is the best—you ask for He ,—make sure of getting It. Therefore ask your grocer for Nelson Moate's Pure Tea—and get It! Getting It, and no other, means complete sat* Isfaction and a value which cannot be obtained ia any other brand. has 35 years of public approval to Its credit. At the grocer's you will sometimes find brands of tea whose names are unfamiliar to you. These generally consist of Inferior tea, with little or no care taken in selection, and often allow a large profit. Sometimes the grocer may prefer to sell these to you for that reason. Ask for Nelson Moate's Tea and get It—it will give the best results because it is the outcome of expert selection and blending of the finest teas obtainable—backed with 35 years experience and the highest reputation and position In the tea trade? With all these advantages we can supply you with infinitely better quality, and value than any less experienced firm can do. Keep enough of that ordinary tea to make a pot. Buy a packet of our tea. Make a pot of each and see which is the most economical, which has the best flavour, and which gives the most satisfaction, fry ours against any tea. We do not fear the test, we welcome It. • package ypitget tmequalH WHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE, BREMHER. LTD., DUNEDIN. GENTS' NEGLIGE SHIRTS, soft cuffs and band; in pretty Striped Reps and Cambrics. PoDlins. 8/1.1, 4/6, 5/8. rich quality, beautifully finished. A sensible gift) 10/8 each. GENTS' TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, superb quality, very dressy. 11/8 each. GENTS'' PYJAMAS, in Ceylonese, Superior Winceys, and oey lon Flannels: pretto blended stripes. 4/11, 7/11, 10/6. GENTS' UMBRELLAS, plain or silver-mounted handles, strong frames, covered with highstandard durable cloths. A useful giftl 5/8, 7/8, 10/8 to 25/. Gents' Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, Ato Z. 1/ each. " leoting a Gift for a Man is, __iOUgh a pleasant, not always an easy task. A visit to our Men's Department will help to make it much less difficult. We are showing a large selection of Useful Things, that look well, and are likely, by the excellent {Service they afford, to arouse kind thoughts of the giver. You are inviW to call J GENTS'%UIT OASES, in Brown Leatherette or Fibre, covered S'th Green Oanv«,a. An eesenil travelling requisite for the holidays; 22in to 28in. 9/8 to 17/8. TRAVELLING RUGS, best Colonial makes, All Wool; beautiful patterns. A welcome Christmas giftl 18/8. Gents' BRACES, heavy or light fittings, strong elastio- webbing. 1/» 1/8, 1/6, 3/6. GENTS' TD53.--3p»tf&l Paichase. 300 dozen Seats' Silk and Poplin Wi4*-end ISeij Kup-irb qualities, chaste designs, huge varisty. 1/ and 1/8 e*;ch. Gent.* Oolo"*d Siik KAK&K&&. CiIIEFS, iich «,a*lity; Brcvrc, Navy, Oifeen, and Grey, with "Tnlov"'«Jin in oorners. A Rire pr**eot. 3/11 esuh. Gents' Whit/a Silk HANDKERCHIEFS. Ilain- or laitial Always in demand at Christmas time. 2/8, 2/11, 8/8. Gents' Irish Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, grass-bleached, fine quality. 4/8, 6/8, 8/8 per halfdozen. Gents' Hemstitched ditto. 2/8, 4/8, 5/8 to 11/8 per half-dozen. Gents' White Cambric HAND- . KERCHIEFS. 8 for 1/ and 8 for 1/6. Men's Department. GEORGE STREET. • ▲ ■g£ &S Encourage BRITISH TRADE by Purchasing the 1 %m W; If m '&& i £« acs^-iz sw» A Genuine British-made Article. For Comfort, Durability, and Design this is the Best Value Chair on the Market. Rattray Stroot, DunacHn Tay Street, Inveroarglll f IMff Sports Suits! These SUMMER AND HOLIDAY' i SUITS are made with threo Gar- IJ ments—Coat, Vest, and Trousers. [< For wearing in very hot weather, etc., the Vest can bo discarded. ' The Three-Garment Suit is becoming the popular style. Tho Coats are cut slightly larger and a little fuller than last year's fashion. Patch pockets, leather buttons on Coat and Vest. Brown, Grey, and Heather-Summer Tweeds. 39/6, 42/6, 45/, 50/, 60/, G5/, 75/. -SPORTS COATS, similar in style to those supplied with the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four patch pockets. 25/, 27/6, 30/, 32/8. Neglige -Soft New Soft Fe!t Hats, RUFF SOFT FELTS. A favorite style with Young .Men. Colors—Grey, Bronze, Clay, Black, and the following shades of Brown. which is the popular color: Seal Brown, Nut Brown, and Chocolate. Prices, 12/8, 10/, 17/6, 21/. SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELTB. Llama finish, turned-over edge, fiat set brim. Colors —Dark Brovrn, Rembrandt, Nut Browu, Browse, Kedie, Neptune, Slate. 10/6. SMOOTH SOFT FELTS. A very dressy and comfortable Hat. Plain turned-up edge. Colors—Nut 10/6. THE CITY MAN'S SOFT FELT. The Prlnceps. Small, smart shape, with full curled , brim. Colors—Mole, Brown, and Gar rick. 10/8. "CLOWEA" TUSSORE, with White linon neckbands. A strong medium-weight cloth of a very close tezture; has a beautrful soft " SILKIN " TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A very fine weave uZZ diSJuS tl. n0... silk. An excellent wearing Shirt and a most popular shade of Tusioie. x-nce, //»■ AERIAL CORD TUSSORE, White, neckbands. The in the material is brought up, showing a hair line effect, this giving the Shirt a very superior finish. Price 7/8. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, made in Lemon shade. lae front pleat and cuffs are edged with Blar'- "«i-ww- -'—'- "■- «»-" - —•• Bmart appearance. Fitt— SILK-AND-WOOL TUSSORE, White Imon neckbands. Slightly warmer than the all-silk, and aro exceptionally fine m the weave. MERCHANT TAILORS & MEN'S MERCERS 12-14-16-18 GEORGE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914