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When you consider that tea is probably served in your home over a thousand times a year, it is surely worth while having only the best and most delicious brand —Amber Tips—it makes more cups to the pound, yet costs no more than inferior brands. Ask for the 2/- blend. Other grades at 1/loand 1/8. Everybody^ Favourite WHOLESALE AGENTS: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND~s6^sTTtdT Holiday Bargains. A Week’s Offering of Special Purchases Reductions 6/8 in the Pound. 36 LADIES’ NEW CREPE WASHING FROCKS, with Basque; in Grey, Brown, Cream, and White. 21/. For 10/6 each. AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. U uy. VXC|/Di3 , WiUl o Champagne, and Grey. Nurse Cloth. Ail siz« 82 LADIES’ TAILOR-MADE TWEED COSTUMES, latest cut; coats tailor-lined. Usually SO/. To go at 15/ each. 26 only NAVY COATING SERGE COSTUMES, tailor-cut, dressy, and useful: some silk-lined. 55/. To go at 23/. SPECIAL OFFERING of 350 LADIES’ WASHING BLOUSES, in Jap. Crepes; colors—Navy, Saxo, Sky, Cinnamon, Mauve, ’ey. Also in Navy, Saxo, and Grey Striped sizes. With New Polo Collar. Usually 5/11. All marked 2/li. , 55 LADIES’ SUMMER RAIN COATS (“ Hydrotite ”), Raglan and American shapes: all sizes. At 12/8. 34 VELOUR SPORTS COATS, hip length; Mole and Brown stripes. Worth 25/, All at 10/6. A few good FEATHER NECKLETS, in Saxe, Brown, Grey, and White. To clear at 3/11. SEASIDE A-ND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. 130 CHARMING TRIMMED HATS, exclusive models, no two alike; all representative of the very latest style for midgummer wear. The true value is from 30/ to 42/. Our price this week is 10/6 each. 260 Ladies’ Holiday and Seaside Hats, in correct shapes end shades. Worth 8/6. Our price this week, all 1/each. 400 Children’s and Maids’ “Sunshine,” “ Beach,” and “ Picnic ” Hats; all good quality straws, correct shapes, comfortable, pretty, and a perfect shade. Usually 2/6. Price this week, all 6d each. A Fine Collection in the Fancy and Haberdashery Departments. Antimony Trinket Boxes, various sizes and . shapes ; quaint Japanese designs. Prices—2/6, 3/6, 4/6, and 5/6. Antimony Inkstands, Vases, etc., in novelty shapes; all embossed. Prices, 2/6, 3/6, 5/6, 7/6. ANTIMONY JEWEL BOXES, a handsome ment for the dressing-table. Prioos, 6/6, 7/6, 12/6, 10/6 each. ANTIMONY STUD AND PIN BOXES. Prices, 6d and 9d each. ANTIMONY TRAYS, assorted styles; beautifully embossed. Prices, 1/, 1/6, and 2/ each. BRONZED ROSE BOWLS, splendid designs; a special lino. At 2/ each. E.P. HAND MIRRORS, now styles; full size. Special. At 3/6 each. Worth 5/6. CELLULOID HAND MIRRORS, White only. At 1/6. 2/8, and 4/6 each. MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES, with embossed antimony backs; an acceptable present for a gentleman. Price, s I pair. DRESS BASKETS, extra strong, with leather corners; sizes 1, 2, 8, 4, o. Without Straps—1/8, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/9. With Straps and Handles—--2/11, 3/3, 3/6, 3/9, 3/11. THREE SPECIALS IN LADIES’ HANDBAGS, at half usual prices; good shapes and qualities. Lot I.— Worth 2/8. Now 1/ oaoh. Lot 2.— Worth 6/6. Now 2/6 each. Lot B.—Worth 10/. Now 4/8' each. A SPECIAL NOVELTY AT HALF USUAL PRICE. 600 SHAKE-HEAD ORNAMENTS AND MATCH HOLDERS, 18 new designs. Usually 11. All at 6d each. - A NOVELTY BARGAIN. 260 SWISS WEATHER COTTAGES, a pretty ornament and a reliable ’ “ weather prophet.” Usually 6/. How ail 2/e. MOLLISONS CORNER. ill T 3 *VAND TOILET and useful ornaX TWENTY-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. r» • . BICYCIiEB-SBWIN’G MACHINES—KPfI3 ft ift WBINuEK-—MANGLES—LAWN II O IV JIOWEEB—CABPJST SWB EFSBS W. MELVILLE Qoorge Street ' DUNEDIN

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15684, 24 December 1914

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