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BUSINESS AS USUAL. IT Business tn our Stores continues as usual. We continue to sell at our old " PEACE " PRICES. We ftave from the very outset refused to sell at Inflated prices, and neither Wars nor Rumors of Wars will persuade us to desert this our Fixed Policy. Help- Your Country TT By keeping trade moving, and help yourself at the same time by attending to your Footwear needs now. In spite of the dread and uncertainty which prevails elsewhere, our Stocks are mora extensive and more varied than ever, and comprise everything that is New and Seasonable In Footwear. Be British II Buy what you need as you need It, and you will not pay Inflated prices if you shop at W. Harris & Sons Always Busy Shoe Stores, 212-214 George St. m® iE* =SS? «*? 5^ & OS 1 J m •TW yn JNB f/f H fe%a h^uTa^" m 5*12m SWHS m -sft 3SG "frm im m m. V 4 &SK JrtJ rtS* WB &m W& vour Flowers attractive and your Grass fresh : A shortage of j. water soon displays itself in the , parched appearance of things in r your Garden. ..«. ...... ~,>t from us. With these at a moment's notice", and keep . lions. HOSE.—In Canvas, Plain Rubber, or Wire-protected Rubber Hose. Rubber—North British Company's best. Canvas—Strong, close, and heavy. LAWN SPRINKLERS.—For Bowling Greens, Lawns, Gardens. Rotary or stationary; throwing fine misty sprays or heavy spray. All are portable. SLIP-ON UNlONS.—Obviate special screw connections. Don't come ":. The harder the pressure, the firmer r.hey stick. PRICES AND ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN. Stuart Street » Dunedin. FEED YOUR CHILD ON THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers. I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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