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•H Pahiatua Yesterday the licensee- of the Makuri Hotel was charged with sending liquor into the No-lieeuse district ot Masterton without first obtaining- a statement in writing. The offences wore alleged to have occurred in the Pongaroa district. Counsel for the defendant contended that there was no clause in tinAct to justify the information. He held that thorn was no offence prior to the passing of the amending Act on November 2.' After hearing the policy the Magistrate said ho did. not think there wasTanvthinsr under the old Act to make it compulsory for the defendant to have a .statement in writing. All he had to do -when he received the order was to put it through his liquor hook and notify the clerk of the court. Under the amending Act. however, the order had to be in writing in duplicate, and a carrier must also produce a copy of the order. 1 he. present information was laid a little bit too soon. Three informations were dismissed, and two other charge* were adjourned.

NUGGETS VISITORS. KING OSCAR" SARDINES. Don't forget to ta!;o a good supply. Insist on "King Oscar" brand. CATLINS VISITORS. 30N'T Fon-et a supply of "KING OSCAR" SARDINES. Tli.'v are the Best.

R. POWLEY & CO., 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. Agendas: A. AND B. MACKAY'S (" BLACK MACKAY ") WHISKY. PETER DAWSON'S "PERFECTION" WHISKY. We specialise in 2gal. and 3gal. Patent .lars 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 oan be purchased at market price. Telephone No. 979. Telephone No. 979. ll||ll||j m 3T« #Vi I !} I SISS?!T^^ ' Same of the tilings 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 those. Hero are a few suggestions :—SMART TIES, FANCY SOX SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SOX SUSPENDERS, COLLARS, STUDS, LINKS, ETC. wmmm Eatab. 1869 IS3 RATTRAY STREET. Estab. 1869. m it m^mmm: TWESMTY-FIVE YEARS! Buy a,'"WHITE Sewing Machine, and you will get at'least'Twenty-five Years' Sewing Service. This Firm-has been selling WHITE Machines for over Thirty-six Years, so you can depend on the statement made. Catalogue sent on request. Prices from £7. Allowance made for old Machines. n~~~l~,~ BICYCLES-SEWING MACHINES—tCPfIfIirS B(fl) WIUNHEKS- MANGLES-LAWN IVUpUIIkJ IU MOWEKS-CAKPET SWEEPEES W. WIELVILLE Goorge Street DUNEDIN Magnificent: Display for G ? mm m AtRITCHIE'S fxmgjttSSßHilUßillßßEaS feawHnaamiMl Rose Bowls, Jardinier<?a, Terra-cottn Busts and Statuettes, Corinthian AVaro, in vases, etc., E.P. "Ware, in teapots, jellies, butter, dishes, etc., etc.. Thermos Flasks, Decanters, Tumblers, etc., Cutlery ia cases, Salad Bowls, Bread Plates, Dinner Sets, jets, Fancy Clocks. Inspection invited. B3 NEAR OCTAGON. SB W&Si-Wb wmmmvhm In warm.weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by the heat. That is one distinguishing feature of the "ORlON"—its Rapid Heating. No weary 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—ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE! ; r, y&i\% y;l^;;^^ip^f^s i H, E, Dunedjn, Wellington, and Auckland

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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