According to a fctatement made tr> the Wansramii ■ Chronicle' l>v Mr Ix'tliliriclgc, the wheat crops grown in the Kangitikcj for tlif Helirhms arc diuiif; wonderfully well. Tli« Turakina orops, especially, are coining on well, the showers of the paet v.c<-k proving most, Wnuriciul. A good harvos; now ncenv- figured. Areas put down in potatoes .iko promise well, and prolific crops .'ii'r> oxpeeted. The crops in the inn in arc free front blight. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. JEWELLERY AS A CHRISTMAS? GIFT. You can be sure of Vxiving your Gift appreciated if you make your selection from our Great Stock, which is replete with the Newest and Daintiest Goods. PRESENTS FOR LADIES. PRESENTS' FOR GENTLEMEN. PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN. At Prices from Is upwards. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. fTi AND T. YOUNG, LTD., '*-""• Jewellers, 888 PRINCES STREET. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SUITABLE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. YERV choice Ladies' Handbag?, Manicure. Sots, Safety Razors, Walking Sfcioks. Pines in great variety at reasonable prices. W. J. POTTER, Hiiirdicsshig and Fancy Goods Emporium (Next Arthur Burnett's), 17?. GEORGE STREET.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15683, 23 December 1914
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