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BRIGHTON visitors. ING 060AR" SARDINES are piioked in Purr* Olivo Oil. Don'fc take nny other brand. ~~ POTJNAWEA "VISITORS. -.ON'!' Fovs[';t a supply of "KING f OSCAR SARDINES." Tiiev aro the Best. Any Hour of the Day or Evening, and guarantee Al results, no matter what time the Photo is taken. You see, we aro Specialists in Photography by Electric Light, so if you are unable to spare the timo through the day you can make an appointment and come along in tho evening and sit for your Photo. And you oan rest assured that the Finished Photo will bo equal in every respect to one taken in daylight. A good variety of Mounts from which to choose. "Acme" Post Card Photoa aro very popular. 253 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, Telephone 965. 3. STEADMAN. aians TO AT WARRINGTON. >J7*OU may Camp oi; my property wiiiiout elui'.'E? provided you brill;; a good sup- - of "KING OSCAR" SAT!DINKS. JACK II.WSFKP. TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES, Or, better still, lot us do it for yoo. Wo are Specialists in Specrtacka (with. Certificate). JOHNSTONE & HASLETT, OHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, «S2 PPIINCES STREET Post OfnoeJa DUNEDIM. CAMPERS. LN'G OSCAR" SARDINES For your Camp. K IXC j7 Banish tliat " Don't fe Care " Feeling ! Ife I i j\. Rouse youn-lf I lire J''(r! ~ fecl fil ' You " nby F~h \W STEVENS' CATKINS VISITORS. ION'T Forget a supply ol "KING * OSCAR" SARDINES. 'Dwv ".re tho Best. i^n.jarseness, * \WI Prompt' Saf« iwl ant * Certain ' \iW| Children Like It! <M§ _ The I /if J Great 'M\%u. %'*s Family II £§i|ra Rcmcdy- - i m

GENTS' NEGLIGE SHIRTS, soft miffs and band; in pretty Striped Reps and Cambrics, New- Drab and Tussore-colored Poplins. 3/11, 4/6, 5/6. GENTS' V/nrE SILK SHIRTS, rich quality, beautifully finished. A sensible gift! TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, superb quality, very d'-essv. 11/8 each. GENTS' PYJAMAS, in Ceylon : oso, Superior Winceys, ana (jovl on Flannels; pretty blended stripes. 4/11, 7/11, 10/ fi - , „ , . GENTS' UMBRSLLA&, plain or silver-mounted handles, strong frames, covered with highEtaudard durabla cloths. A useful gift! 5/6, 7/6, 10/6 to 25/. Gents' Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, Ato Z, 1/ each. Selecting n Gift for a Man is, though a. pleasant, not always an easy task. A visit to our Men's Department will help to make it imibh less diiuoult. We are Knowing a large selection of Useful Things, that look well, end are likely, by the excellent service they afford, to n rouse, kind thoughts of the giver. You ere invited to call I GENTS' CASES, in Brown Leatherette! or Fibre, covered with Green Canvas. An essential travelling requisite for ths holidays; 22in to 28in. 9/6 to 17/8. TRAVELLING RUGS, host Colonial makes, All Wool ; beautiful patterns. A weloomo Christmas gift! 16/6. Gents' BRACES, heavy or light fittings, strong elastic webbing. 1/, 1/6, 2/8, 3/3. GENTS' TlES—Special Purchase. 300 dozen Gents' Silk and Poplin Wide-end Ties; superb qualities, chaste do-f-.i.'-rnf;, huge variety. 1/ and I'J each. Gents' Colored Silk HANPKERI'iilEFS, rich quality; Brown, Nary, Green, nnd Grey, with "Trilby'' 1 pattern m corners. A nice present. G/11 each. Gents' White Silk HANDKERCHIEFS. Plain or Initial. Always in demand at Christu:v.F. time. £.9, 2/11, 3/6. Cents' Irish Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, grass-bloached, fine quality. 4/0, E/8, 8/6 per halfdoson. Gents' Hemstitched ditto. 2/B, 4/6, 6/C to 11.6 per half-dozen. Gents' White Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. 3 for 1/ and 3 for 1/8. mSßEmmfflßmmMßmmEm Men's Department. GEORGE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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