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6';" »>ii£J.y.- .V —; v-isai . „ . .. _ ~.,. „ - PURE FOODS BILL. JTIHOSiSOX AXD CO. are the only firm in New Zealand using: the- •words "Pure," "Xatural," " Genuine," or " Real" upon their Cordial Labels, D.I.C. D.LC. SILKS ARE RAPIDLY ADVANCING 1 IT WILL BE TO TOUR ADVANTAGE TO BUY NOW. OBTLTXATELX we are holding large supplies or" JAPAXESE and TUSSORE '' SILKS, and although prices will be much higher in the near future, vra are offering t 7 ™ reliable qualities at very special priecs27in Heavy-weight WHITE JAPAXESE WA.SHIXO SILK. The -wear is guaranteed. Price, Is IHd yard. Worth 2= &i. 3tia TUSSORE SILK. A nice light color, and very bright. Guaranteed fr;o from all filling. Price, Is Hid yard. Worth 2s lid.

START 1913 BICHT I "Wo -wish you a Happy New Tear, and hope that your Best Desires ■will be Realised during the Coming Year. And, further, we would Honestly Advise that the first time you Orucr Coal in 1915 let. it ba 2REEN ISLAND COAL, At 10/- per Half-ton fFor Cash). You will find it Most Xast3 Longer tha Coals, and Gives a Good, Steady Heat. All Coal Merchants. .iEEK ISLAND COAL SUPPLY CO., LTD., 114 RATTRAY STREET, CAMERAS CHEAP. ,TJR STOCK of SECOND-HAND and < SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and AP23PABATUS -will be sold very Cheap. Develop. tag and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon, Dunedin. J. ELiKELEY, PENTIST. ----.._ BANK.OF AUSTRALASIA. Corner of Bond and Rattray streets (Nest Telegraph Office). Tehspfcona 1.859. fjrrTANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir|W culars, Cards, Programmes, and Geneifai Printing of everv description are executed gfc the 'Evening Star' Offices at Moderat* fjkices. . MAIL NOTICE. ■ ' Northern Port? (ove.-Jaud).- c ™ - '" "and. 10.30 a.m. daily. Christnhuroh and Intermedial-.; towns (overland). —6.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m. at the C.P.0.: late Lnti-rs, 7.40 a.m. and % P a.m. (train); 10.45 «.m. and 11.14 a.m. .{train). Inverrargill •ami Interim-ante- [owns. — 7.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. a* the (..'.P.0.; 'late letters. 8 a.m. and 8.30 a.m (train): 4 -p.m. and 4.15 p.m. (Kami. I For Grcymoiitli. Ilokitika. -twl Rooftop. *■ Monday" Wednesday, iiml Friday, at .JO a.m. For Cromwell, Clydo. Ranf::rlv. Xaseby ia Eanfurlv and intermo-lpito olli'-es, daily at 6.30 a.m.; late lttttis mi guard's van"7.45 a.m. -" The posting lio\-e- on th.- s.vond exi press being available for lat - Joe- loiters '"only, all hooks and packet.-; ;mi-.i ho posted at- the «:hief office. Late-fee letters only j> u.-a hoar Id in addition to the- ordinary Registered letter mails eloso uno hour and newspaper printed matt-r ai:*l sample packets, etc.. 30 minutes earlier than prdinary letter mails. . For Lyttelton and ChrUtehurch (per Paloona).* at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5. Late-fee letters. 3 p.m. on hoard. - For Rarotonsra, Tahiti, United States of 'America, Canada. Central Ai"ori.a, West Indies. United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, etc.. via San Francisco (duo- Lon:.*lon February 7). at 10 a.m. on Wednes--flay. January- 6. Late-fee letters, C.P.O. : 10.30 a.m., and guard's van at 11.14 a.m. '•" .For Australian States, Mediterranean -•ports, Ceylon, India. China. Japan, Straits Settlements. .Mauritius, Sonth Africa. ■ : "United Kingdom, and Continent of gfsarope (by north express), at 10 a.m. on Thursday.' January 7. Late-fee letters, 0.30 a.m., and guard's van »J, 11.14 a.m. 7arrespondeT!rr> for United Kinpdom and Continent nf Europe to he specially adIressad " Via Suez." t Mails for the- Australian. SVito.s (pet liverina) dose at Auckland on Tuesday, -Mh inst.. at 10.45 a.m. Mails for Tasmania (per Warrimoo) fose at Wellington on Mo"nday,"4th inst., t 3.30 p.m. Hails for the Chatham Islands (per timitangi) close at Lytteltou un Monday, bfe inst., at 5 p.m. " .Wir, M'Huichesox, Chief Postmaster.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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