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of Practical Gifts for Men, and ines, Gloves, Etc. — suitable Presents ] The Good Folk of South Dtmeffln i are asked to come and eeo tie i Christmas Wares at the "Bub I" j Wo are showing suob a lot of | really pretty and uiteful Articles j in every way suited for ChristJ mas Gifts. People just now have no money to throw away en "flim-flams" aud_ " trumpary j gee-gaws " —something of mo U I what is wanted, snd we hare M! 8 abundance of exactly the kind of i thing required. Prices ae usual j are pleasingly low! Come ewly, I For Ladies! I FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, f Kg dainty effects in embroidered f $ lawn arid fine linen, Bd, Sd, | IGJU, 1/, 13, 1/44, 1/S. and 1/9 \ HEMSTITCHED HANDKER- I 3 CHIEFS, line makes. At | 1/, 1/6, 1/9, 2/, 2/6 per half ' sj dozon. | Hundkeroliic? SACHETS, con- { t.'iiiiiiig quarter dozen; pretty 1 design's Jn embroidered linen. ] | 2/3.>,-0, 3/3 each. j | Kid full ranges of exy cellent qualities in Fownes', j| Dent'fi, and other makes. 2/Q, | g 33, 3/11, and 5/6 per pair. j % Whit 9 Kid GLOVES. At 3/3 j jsi and 3/11 i>er pair. & Black or White Kid Gun'— ia hj elbow length. 0/11 : r pair. I*' I UMBRELLAS. n)i J nv' A\ S N mostly in the )>. "J/vv crook | H handle. At 2/11, 3/1 i, 4/6, and | t 6/8 each. | B DITTO, finer qualities, all so- | I lee ted handles, e/6, 7/11, 8/11 1 El up to 11/6 each. j i Ladies' Leather HAGS, in the f E? new shapes. 3/11, 6/11, fl/11, I | 8/11, and 0/11 oneh. Se Children's Whiio Satin and PopI lin BAGS, with pretty painted t| scenes. 1/ and 111 each. j I ANTIMONY WARE, new and I I novel selected lot of Trinket ' i fiozoe; various designs, in | II round or square shape. At § H 9d, 1/, 1/6, 1/11, 23, and 2/6. 1 & PIN TRAYS. At 3d each. I PERFUMES. old English S 1 Lavender Water and Eau do | I Cologne. 1/ and 1/6 per I bottle. 1 Rosemarv SACHETS. 9d each. 1 POT-POURRI, and 8d per I pot. These, if placed in hand- j | kerchief boxes or linen chests, j j impart a sweet, bracing aroma § j to the contents. § | Black Lisle HOSE, lnoe fronte. § I 1/6, 1/9, 2/3 per pair. g I Black Linie HOSE, with lace g R clox. 1/11 per pair. | i Blark Embroidered Cashmere | 1 HOSE, fine makes, embroidered | a fronts, in various colors. 5/3 | i and 2;G per pair. 1 | BLOUSES. Tusscro Silk Shirt 1 I Blouses; good cut, turned- | i down collar'. 6/11 each. 3 | Plain White Silk BLOUSES, g beautifullv rut, good style. | «j low-cut nook. 8/11, 11 6, 12/11, § p 13/11 each. fi I Lace BLOUSES, very dainty 5 I styles: medium or low neck. 1 Ej 6/11, 7/6, 10,9, 14/11 each. 3 I Ladies' PINAFORES, in Blue fi 1 and White stripe or Spot de- jj J sign, or in Plain Sasa, with ft [j Oriental trimming; now Mag- | if var stylo, jjood fitting shape. 3 £| 3/9, 2/11, 33, and 3/8 each. $ U CAMISOLES, dainty styles; in | vj fine Mndnpolam, with embroi- jj || derv or lace yokes ; square or 1 $ "v" Bhape. Prices, 2/3 to 3 1 5/6 each. J Feather BOAS, very special I value; loij.q stylo in either I Black or White., 3/11 eoch. ij Shorter MAKES, in Champagne, =f Blaok. Grey, or Sase. 7/6 to I 19/6 each. I i Fo r ivi j Men's UMBRELLAS, in dofiir- j & able quGiitios, mostly crook : jj handle*. At 7/6, 8/11, mid tC/G ! ti taoh 4 Silk Initial HANDKERCHIEFS. fe fine ouality Silk, hemstitched if border. 2/11 and 3/Q each, I Silken Initial HANBEER- I t| CHIEFS, splendid quality; '■ 1 any initial. 1/ each. j Colored Bordered HANDKER- j || CHIEFS, mercenAod quality, i | printed borders j in Sar.o, | I Helioti-ope, Navy, otc. Pricy, K Gd each, | I M«n'B Wido-«i<3 TIES, speciai j f| ralue, all fresh just 0 landed for Ohnetioae; In j ft newest colorings, including | leaded effects in and j "-' "■""■'"',, and Z/ eaoti. lien 1 8 F&noy BOX, good qBlack C-Rfikmere, "Jason,- i and other makes; with ©mbroii Gored clos in or oolors. ! 1/6, 6/, and 2/8 per pair. ■J k &> fl© OUD ; i South Dunedin. > is Drapery Supply Assocn. U 'flWisH are .-nw, b'.u BaiiV.iih plentiful 1 Briii- pood "KIN<J OSCAR' SARDIXI-S. rhpy «• tte Beet, /Reduction fj Offer oloiea / NoTeaiber Btth nert. .%&* Have yon read 'Commercial Rome Study Cenrscs' to prepare for a Bitflnift.. Bimr The book 1, TREK »»4 eonlr.'. " "CDWATIOR TO UAtSC SALAtttK' Xt UUs ITftu of era bjoaUl B«&««U«tMte *■-? Cow*" '- 17 WT!t*te-C«7. HEHINSWAYiBOBEfiTSOfTS . JS^WSfSSjSra*'fc

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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