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Bring the children and oomo and look round Toy Land, now decked out in all Its Holiday Finery. It will be a great treat for the youngsters, and you will enjoy It, too. DOLLS and TOYS In great profusion, I.R. BALLS, White and colored. British manufacture. Best Value in the City for Toys —a———a—■■MiMiuiauMMi—■ mbw run mivavmammmmmmmmmmmm LADIES’ LEATHER HANDBAGS, In al? the latest colorings, and new styles of Kodak, pleated, efsvsiope. and stirrup shapes; in Velvet Calf, Seal, Morocco, and Suede, From 9/0 to 35/. LADIES’ BEADED HANDBAGS, newest shapes and designs ; for dress or evening wear 7/6 to 15/6. C * •/ Useful Christmas Gifts In DRESSING CASES, MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES In Leather Gases, MANICURE SETS, HAND MIRRORS, LEATHER WRITING GASES, CENTS* LEATHER POCKET BOOKS AND LETTER CASES. DRESS BASKETS I DRESS BASKETS I In Cane, Willow, and Matting; all with straps complete ... ... 3/6 to 25/■ DOYLEYS, In Linen, Lace, and Drawn-thread work. 10* d, l/I*d, 1/3, 1/4*, 1/6, 1/9, 2/3. TRAY CLOTHS, in Linen, and Lace, and Irish Drawn-thread work From 2/11 to 80/. NOVELTY DOYLEYS, TRAY CLOTHS, and RUNNERS, In Chinese Linen, Drawn Thread, and Embroidered. 1/3, 2/9, 3/6, 7/6, 11/6, 14/6, 17/6. We have made Special Arrangements for a continuous the Latest War Photos., direct from the front, which will b.e shown m our windows after each mail.

Encourage BRITISH TRADE by Purchasing the ‘KITCHENER’ MOEMSS CHAIR % Genuine British-made Article, For Comfort, Durability, and Design this is the Best Value Chair on. the Market. Scoullar & Chishoim. Ltd. Tay Street, Inveroargtl!. Rattray Strost, Dunedin.

Holiday . & Mon *s Sports Suits! ■-vru Amshoe Wi\t mi ! t i tt m. Clothing . Mercery New Soft Felt Hats. These SUMMER AND HOLIDAY SUITS are made with three Garments—Coat, Vest, and Trousers. For wearing in very hot weather, etc., the Vest can he discarded. The Three-Garment Suit is becoming the popular style. The Coats aro 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/, 60/, 60/, 65/, 75/. SPORTS COATS, similar in stylo to those supplied with the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four patch pockets. 25/, 27/6, 30/, 32/6. RUFF SOFT FELTS. A favorite stylo with Young Men. Colors—Grey, Bronze, Olay, Black, and the following shades of Brown, which is the popular color: Beal Brown, Nut Brown, and Chocolate. Prices, 12/6, 16/, 17/6, 21/. Summer Shirts Popular All - Soft Neglige. j 3 SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELT& Llama finish, turned-over edge, flat set brim. Colors—Dark Brown, Rembrandt, Nut Brown, Bronae, Stilus, Neptune, Slate. 10/6. SMOOTH SOFT FELTS. A very dressy and comfortable H^t. Plaiii turned-up edge. Colord—Nut ' Brown, Grey, Mascmo, and. Bronze. 10/8. THE CITY MAN'S SOFT FELT. The Prinoeps. Small, smart shape, with full curled brim. Colors—Mole, Brown, and Garrick. 10/8. “ CLOWE-V ”■ TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A strong, medium-weight cloth of a very close texture; has a beautiful soft SILKIN ” TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A very One weave, jiaiuly dmuugujam.m, no -, silk. An excellent wearing Shirt and a most popular shade of Tussore. Price, 7/8. AERIAL CORD TUSSORE; White linen neckbands. The weave in the material is brought up, showing; » hair line effect, this giving the Shirt a vow superior finish. Price, 7/9. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, made in Lemon shade. The front pleat and cuffs are edged with Blaek-andYVbite check, giving the Shirts a very smart appearance. Fitted wr.fl White linen neckbands. Price, B/8. BILK-AND-WOOL TUSSORE, White N linen neckbands. Slightly warmer than the all-silk, and are exceptionally fine in the weave. Unshrinkable, and a most desirable Summer Shirt. Price, 10/6. MERCHANT TAILORS MEN’S MERCERS 12-14-16-18 GEORGE STSBStT

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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