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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WISHING ALL OUR CUSTOMERS THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. VISIT, VISIT SIMON BROTHERS FOR HOLIDAY BOOTS AND SHOES. . BEAUTIFUL NEW GOODS .TtTfiT OPENED. To ba bad for Trices wbich must, satisfy all Candid Buyers. SUITABLE PRESENTS for Mother, Father, nncl tho Children. Special Linos to C at Ridiculously Low Prices. INSPECT OUR THREE WINDOWS. SIMON BROS.. George street, Dunedin (our only address).

REQUIREMENTS Arc being Shown in All Departments. MILLINERY. MILLTNERY. MILLINERY. Choice Designs. DUTHIES, GEORGE STREET. THE NEW AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN Is Now Open at THE SAVOY. nnHE SODA FOUNTAIN is one of tha X« Most Popular Institutions in tha Unitou States and the bip cities of Australia. Its Delicious Drinks take the place of Afternoon Tea during the_ Summer, baing Cool, Refreshing. Novel, and Most Enjoyable Ice Cream Sodas, with Pure Fruit Flavors (with or without Straws). Exquisite Beverage*. comprising 12 vaxietiai, 6d per glass, serrod with Biscuits.. THE SAVOY, 'Restaurant de Luxe," Moray place (ojrner Princes streot). NEW STYLES IN LADIES' B-VGS V<7"E HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very ▼ t fine selection of Ladies' Bags from the best English houses. We have tho following modern styles :—Moiro, Mirror, Kodak, Sabertash, Burlington, and Traper.o". in hard-proincd Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag guaranteed. Prices moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J. WILKIE AND CO., Princes street. BLACKSMITH'S BUSINESS FOR SALE In CENTRAL OTAGO. Good opport unity for man with email capital. For particulars apply JOHN F/DMOND, Hardware Merchant. Dunedin. THE DUNEDIN MASTER BAKERS' INDUSTRIAL UNION OF EMPLOYERS. ■JVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, Ist January, the PRICR OF BREAD will be PENCE (9d) per 41b LOAF. SIDNEY T. MIRA.Mc DO N T N A L I N Is a Genuine I'repnrnrion for ROUGHENED and CHAPPED HANDS and SKIN. Delightful for use after shaving. Stocked by lies and Poole. Princes street; Neil's Pharmacv. George r-treot ; and W. J. Duff, Broad Bay. BATHING SUITS. LADIES' BATHING COSTUMES From 3s 6d to 8s 6d. WATERPROOF BATHING CAPS. Is 6d i., 2s 9d. RATHING SHOES, 2s 3d -and 2s 9,1. CHILDREN'S BATHING COSTUMES, Is lid to 2s 9d. MEN'S CANADIAN COSTUMES from 2s 9d to 7s 6d. BATHING TRUNKS, for liovs or Men, 9d to Is 3d. TTILROY AND SUTHERLAND. 192-2UO PRINCES STREET. AM.P. SOCIETY. LOST POLICY. IT is the intention of the Society, on or after the 24th dav of JANUARY Next, to ISSUE A COPY POLICY in Place of POLICY No. 415.538, on the Life of JOHN LEOPOLD STEWART WRIGHT. v.-hi.-h is declared to hare been Lost. EDWARD W. LOWE. Resident. Secretary. Wellington. 23rd December. 1914. SALE OF LADIES' LINGERIE THE SPINNINC WHEEL. 40 LADIES' LONGCLOTTI NIGHTDRESSES, Embroidery Trimmed. Usual price 9> 6d. Sale price ... 6s 11!. 50 LADIES' r.ONG-OI.OTH CHEMISES, Embroidery Trimmed. Usual price 3~ lid. Sale price „ 2s lid. 60 LADIES' LONGCEOTH KNICKERS. Usual price 2s 9d. Salo price, Is lid. 15 Doz. STRIPED GALATEA KNICKERS. Usual r' r i"<3 2* 6d. Sale price ... .„ ... is lid. 24 MOLRETTE SKIRTS. X<:w Shape. Usual price- 12.s 6.1. Sale price. Os lid KIRKPATRICK AND BARCLAY, 66 PRINCES STREET. USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS IN FOOTWEAR AT THE CITY BOOT PALACE. We have, one of tho Largest St neks of Ladies' and Gents' Hiph-grade Hoots and Shoes to select from, in all the J.at cm. Shapes and Styles. JUST ARRIVED. Another Shipment of LADIES' WHITE BUCKS-KIN BUTTON BOOTS, LADIES' WHITE BITKS.KIX BUTTON SHOES. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS ANKLE-BAND SHOES. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS BUTTON SHOES. LADIES' WHITE CANVAS COURT SHOES. Also, a Larsn Variety of LADIES' and GENTS' LEATHER SLIP-PTR-S, Tan or Black, from the Brst, British Makers. CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR in Abundance. Gla.ce or Patent Ankie-band Shoes, Patent Lanirtrr Shoes. Glace Lac* or Button Shoes, Shoettes in Tan or Black Chrome or Leather Soles. ALL AT THE- LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. We Invite you to Call and See these- Goods. Wishing all onr Xumerus Customers THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON. CITY BOOT PALACE, Corner of GEORGE and ST. ANDREW STREETS.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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