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50 pairs MEN'S TROUSERS, strong Dark Grey and Navy Tweeds ~.~. MEN'S BOX SUITS, smart tailor-cut, nicely finished, good dark patterns NEGLIGE SHIRTS, a splendid variety of very smart patterns, summer weight TENNIS AND CRICKET SHIRTS, with collars or bands; White matt and mercerised shirtings TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, nicely made, ail double sewn seams, White linen bands WHITE WOOL SWEATERS, some very fine knitted lightweights, suitable for holiday wear from MEN'S UNDERWEAR, natural pants and singlets; the ideal Underclothing for summer wear from PYJAMA SUITS, a special lot of ftten's Pyjamas, including some choice samples 3/11 to fSB^IySS ':S.K"*iV.c:....>.<f:B GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN.

Mr Kockc r "So you want. 10 morn - my daughter. Wrll, young man, what, arc your prosjn-cti-r - ’ Young Man.; " Kxcc-lkm —if you don't spot! (Item."

Scientific and medical retearch hat proved conclutivrly that fine tea lik» AMBER TIPS 2j' per lb. ii almost at cheap a> inferior tea at 1/6. Amber Tip* giret more cups lo the lb. and means better health. it, m % '<A SS & AtRITCHIE'S Rose Bowls, Jardinieres, Terra-cotta Busta and Statuettes, Corinthian Ware, in vases, etc., E.P. Ware, in teapots, jellies, buttej dishes, etc., etc, Thermos Flasks, Deoanters, Tumblers, etc., Cutlery in cases, Salad Bowls, Bread Plates, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Fancy Clocks. Inspection invited. *. m :?*-* RITCHIE'S, 39 George St NEAR OCTAGON.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914

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