LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 0. W. ESSEX AND, CO. ►EG TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC that they hare REOPENED BUSINESS as FRUITERERS and 4 CONTECTIONER6 J in the A.M.P. BUILDING, 87 PRINCES STREET. I YULETIDE ONCE AGAIN lOPULAR. ECONOMICAL, AND USEFUL PRESENTS At, SALEjFRICES at THE SPINNING WHEEL. THAYCLOTHS, DUGHESSB SETS, TABLE CENTRES, RUNNERS, etc., from lOd to 13a 6d each. ""' j LADIES 1 UMBRELLAS, -stylish handles and reliable covets, 7s 6d to 15s 6d each. HANDKERCHIEFS, Irish Embroidered. 6 for 2s 3d, 3s lid, 4s 6d,-4s lid, 5s lid. FABRIC GLOVES, very newest, IOJd to 26d pair. , .' . LACE LISLE HOSE, In Black. Tan, ana White, from Is 6d to 2s 9d pair, j EMBROIDERED COSEY COVERS', WblU and Colored, Is 6d to 2s 6d each. EMBROIDERED CUSHION COVERS from Is 3d to 3? each. PILLOW SHAMS, beautifully embroidered, 43 lid, 6s fid, 7s 6d, 9s per pair. The above are always acceptable Presents; and we assure you that for value they are unrivalled. FIVE CASES LADIES' LINGERIE AND COTTON AND WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR. As these aro very late in coming to hand, they will bo sold at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. VESTS from Is each. KNICKERS from Is 9d each. COMBINATIONS from 2s 6d. KIKKPATBICK AND BARCLAY, THE SPECIALISTS, 66 PRINCES STREET. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAYS. PURSUANT to the terms of "The Banking Act, 1908," MONDAY, the 28th day of December, 1914. and SATURDAY, the 2nd tiny of January, 1915, are heroby appointed Special Bank Holidays at the Offices of the undermentioned Banks throughout New Zealand:— THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED, H. A. HOLMES, Inspector. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOLINEAUX, Inspector. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. R. B. SMITH, Acting Inspector. NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. D. W. DUTHIE, Acting General Manager. THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. E. P. YALDWYN, Manager. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. CALLENDER, General Manager. NOTE.—The Banks will also be closed throughout the Dominion on the followiug days, being Statutory Holidays:— FRIDAY. 25th December, 1914—Christmas Day. SATURDAY, 26th December, 1914—Boxing Day. FRIDAY, Ist January, 1915—New Year's Day. FOR HOLIDAYS! White Pique Skirts, Colored Check Coats, 255; worth 455. Cream "Lustra and Serge Costumes, 355; worth 655. White Pique Blouses. 3s lid. White Voile, Trimmed Lace, 3s lid. White Muslin. Blouses, Trimmed Embroidery, 2a lid. ALL THESE BLOUSES ARE AMAZING VALUE. AND WORTH AT LEAST DOUBLE PRICE ASKED. SEE WINDOW. 'ILROY AND SUTHERLAND, 192 200 Princes street. IORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. What Luxuries ycfi can. have in preference to them by purchasing Large Hiiidquartor Lamb, 6s: Large Forequarter Lamb, 4s 6(1. Medium Fore and Hindquarters less. Mutton Hams (try them). 7d per lb. Pork Hams (guaranteed), lOil per lb. Chickens. 2s 6d each. Ducks, 3s 6d each. Ox Tongues. 3s each. Sucking Pigs, 20s each. Legs Corned Pork. 8d per lb. Boiled Ham. Is 3d per lb. Roast Beef, 5d to 7d. Saveloys and Belgian Rolls. T. J. HARRISON. rjALACK of Wonders. The Picture J- and Story Books for Boys and Girls that; are on view in Show Room at Duncan on'<, Princes street, are the Best n. Inspection invited. "MAS Jewellery Presents in great vari- .. ety; all at Sale Prices. E. Souness, 30 Princes street. ("i OLD ESanglcs. Necklets and Pendants, X Muff Chains. Gold Brooches, Wristlet Watches. Sleeve Links Sale Prices. I'lvtU.l.Ni; Silver Chain Bags and J/urses. k.j Si'ver-mounteil Scent Bottles, Rose kIAMOND Rings (5 stones), Emerald and ' Diamond Kings. Sapphire and Diamond i»« Sale Priere. K. SouneSS. a AuKIMJtAS and New lear Lards, ArtisV' tic Booklets. Text Cards, Verso Cards. /-KXFORD Bibles, Pocket Bibles, Suede Vr Bibles, Family Bibles, Revised Bibles, Scoficid Bibles Bat-ess Bible House. REWARD Books, Presentation Books, X Autograph Books, Birthday Books, I Christian Literature, Tracts, etc. Bates's Bible House. CHRISTMAS Presents—Pot Plants, Palms, Aspidistras, SpLreas, Pelargoniums, etc.; book ordure for Cut Flowers. Sweet Pea*, iioses, etc. Howdeu arid iloncrieff, Ltd., Prince* street. WANTED Known—Special Reductions at Ritchie's, George street, in Guns and I Ammunition. ' RITCHIE'S for Plated Ware, Oak Trays 'with c.p. mounts),. Oak Biscuit Barrels, Jam Dishes. R ITCHIE'S - for Cases of Afternoon Tea. Spoons. Fish and Fruit Eaters, and Cases or" Cutlery. R~~ ITCHlifs""Table Knives, E.P. Spoon*: > i-ilozen each, made, up in case*, suitable presents. RITCHIE'S for Tea Sets, Dinner Sefcj, Vases, and Ornaments of ©very doscripR ITCHIE'S for Doulton Novelties hi Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Vases, Ornaments, Roso Bowls, Jugs. RITCHIE'S.. George street—Special Line of Boys' Watches (keyless); good keepers—Christmas Eve Tarewai ". meets 11.15 p.m. Train from Dunedin. I fIOOD Digestion spells happmeM. Wat■jT son's Whisky aids assimilation, makes life brighter. _ ' SILVER-MOUNTED Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Holders; o. large variety to choose from, for Xmas presents. At Moody's, tobacconists, Dunedin. ' ANES' lastingly refreshing beveragei. I Different and Better. J'NIgaiSTMAS Presents at A. and K. \KJ Wa.tkina.JPrinces street. QUALITY is the first consideration with manufacturer* of Wutaoa'a No. 10. Ivery drop is good.
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