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The one cure ofaH —forevery chest and lung • affections is Bennington's a Irish Moss. It is potent | enough (or adults.absoluteIy safe for children; is palatable, certain, reliable and enjoys a 50 years" reputation. Bonringlon'ii is bottled in two tizei—pet tho bin battle—'tis most economical. Have you LANE'S that Cough? It's a »t« 26 »nd 4 6 every

Those SUMMER AND HOLIDAY* j«>, ■» ,j ,/ « • SUITS nro mado with three Gar- I .}» f .«. 1$ // jj j nients—Coat, ,Vest, and Trousers. ['J 11'.2 j For wearing m very hot weather, Hi fl!f J etc., tho Yost can be discarded. ' The Three-Garment Suit is becoming tho popular style Tho Coats are cut slightly larger and a little fuller than last year's fashion. Patch pockets, leather buttons on Coat and Vest. Brown, Grow and Heather Summer Tweeds. 30/6, 42/6, 45/, 50/, 60/, 65/, 75/. SPOUTS COATS, similar in stylo to those supplied with the above Suits. Splendid for Holidays. Four patch pockets. 25/, 27/6, 30/, 32/6. Popular All - Soft RUFF SOFT FELTS. 'A favorite stylo with Young Men. Colors—Crew Bronze, Clay. Bla«k, and the iollou in}; shades of Brown. which is the popular color: Seal Brown, Xut Brown, and Chooolat*. Prices. 12/6, 15', 17/G, 21/. SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELTS. Llama finiih. turned-over edge, flat set brim. Colors.—Dark Brown,, Rembrandt, Xut Brown. Bronze, Ivediz, Neptuiw, Shi to. 10,0. SMOOTH SOFT FELTS. A very <Lrr-ssy and oomfortn'.ile Hat. Plain turnrd-up ed<j;e. Colors—Nut Brown. Grev, Ylaschjo, and Bronze. 10/6. THE CITY IRAN'S SOFT FELT. The Princeps. Small, smart rhape, witj- full curled brim. Colors—Mole, Bvown, and Carried;. 10 6. •"CLOWEA" TUSSORE, with "White, linen neckbands. A strong, medium-weight clmh of a very c!oso texture ; has. a betrautrftil sort <;.-■ i. v ■■''■'- ""> ■♦• SILKIN "TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A very fine- weave nanny d>*>i ijl;.;uimj,.'.■,,■ n.'i. silk. An excellent wearing Shirt and a most popular shade of Tussore. I'::ce, 7 ti. AERIAL CORD TUSSORE, White b'nen neckbands. The, weave in the nmterial is brought up, showing a hair line olfeot, ibis giving tho Shirt a verv superior finish. Price, 7/6. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, made in Lemon shade. The front pleat and cuffs are edged with BJaek-and-Wlnte cheek, giving thf. Siu'rts a very smart appearance. Fitted whs White linen neckbands* Prico, 6/8. 6ILK-AXD-WOOL TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. Slightly warmer than the all-r-ilk, and are exceptionally lino hi the weare. Unshrinkable, and a most desirable .Summer Shirt. Price, 10/6. MERCHANT TAILORS & MEN'S MERCERS 12-14-16-18 GEORGE STREET.

E In CRETONNE, as Illustrated, 32/< In Beautiful Unfadable ' TAPESTRIES, 39/< Tho " Marvel" Chair makes a suitable Gift for a Bride, the Graduate, the Engaged Ctrl, the Man or Wcnan having a Birthday, the one celebrating an Anniversary, or just as an any-time Good-will Gift, especially at this time of the Year. NOTE THE PRICE f Antiseptic Hygienic. To be used wherever Dust lies. DUSTLESS DUSTER WHAT IT IS. Societiea and Health Boards. A Dust Cloth Chemically Treated to absorb dust, will not scatter It. The particles of dust are retained in the cloth until washed out with warm water and soap. WHAT IT DOES. Dusts Furniture, Pictures—in fact, al! surfaces—Giectfis Fabrics, Men's Hats, Shoes, etc., Polishes sll kinds of Woodwork, Glassware, Metal ami Leather Goods; soft and harmless to the most delicate Silk or Velvet. BB DUSTLESS BROOM COVER 1/9. BB DUSTLESS MOPS, No. I, with 4ft Handle 4'G. „ ~ No. S, with 4ft Handia 53. „ ~ No. 11, with 4ft Handle 7/S. No. 14, WALL DUSTER 5/6. Mo. 5, FLOOR POLISHER 8/3. BB BRSC-A-BRAC, No. 6, with Handle 13. tt No. 8, with Handle 2/11. THESE ARE TO BE HAD ONLY AT We have made Special Arrangements for a continuous Supply of the Latest War Photos., direct from the Front, which will be shown in our Windows after each maiL

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

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