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SPECIAL r Owinji to tlio unseasonable weather vro II have experienced during tin-- early 'I months wo havo still n large si-ock of Hummer Costumes on hand—too for tliis time of year—.so we arc* reducing the prices all round to got them out. As the Summer weather is really only commencing now, this is an exceptional opportunity to secure Smart, I'p-to-Date, Costumes at ridiculously low prices ; for these are all our own carefully-selected Stock .—not job lines bought at low prices—and every C'osiuine in the Shop is reduced in price. This Season's iloslyn Costumes, in hhapep, at 28/6 —worth from (if)/ to 100/ j the New Gabardine, Costumes (only 3 left) at 35/ each ; White Pique Costumes, in latest shapes, at 13 S. These are ideal for Holiday wear. We are also showing a splendid line of One-piece Linen Dresses, buttoned right down the front. They come in all the fashionable colors—Browns, Gold, Sand, Saxe Blues, Greys, etc.—and are priced at 8/11 only, though thoy are worth a guinea apiece. Kan 1\ GEORGE STREET PHONE 1,822 m mm*. 1 in s%£ « Efci « I 3 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. «T»»_~* „ L„ MCTCLES-EEWrNO MACHlNES—>njrlir*l fft WBINUEHS- MANGLES-LAWN 'WWIIJ IV MOWEES—CAUPET KWBEPSBS f. MELVILLE George Street DUNEDIN Just a few more days to Christmas, and as the time draws nearer she exoftemsnt and Chriatmas feeling grows. Everyone wants to remem&or Friends and give soma little token M remartiSranw. No matter how small the Gift, tits pleasure *>f giVEng i'g just the ssme. Mo more Useful or Artlstfo Gifts ooufd bo seen anywhere than ths Boautlful Ware displayed In our China and Cteeswar* Department. COME IN AND LOOK ROUND. SPECIAL LINE OF CHOICE TEA SETS, dainty Rosebud design. 21-plßce Set, 21/; flO-piece Set, 36/. BEAUTIFUL TEA SETS, In New Art designs. 21-plsca Set, 15/; 40-plece SBVaST. ROYAL DQULTON JUCB, attractive designs. 3/6, 5/8, 7/6, 8/6, 10/8 :*aoh. ROYAL DOULTON SALAD AND FRUIT BOWLS. 7/8, 8/6, 10/6, 16/ eaph. FANCY CUPS AND SAUDER3* From 1/ oadi to 42/-won. FOR THE OHILOtfE&I ! In very ftttraotlve designs. Cups end Sauoers, 6d, 1/, 1/6 oaoh; Mugs, sa, 1/..1/3, 1/q «*ch. FATHER CHRISTMAS IS ANXIOUS TO SEE THE CHILDREN. BffiNO THEM IN !

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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