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GENTS' NEGLIGE SHIRTS, soft cuffg and band; in pretty Striped Heps and Cambrics, Tussore-colored GENTS' WHITE SILK SHIRTS, rich quality, beautifully finished. A sensible gift! 10/6 each. GENTS' TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, superb quality, very dressy. 11/8 each. GENTS' PYJAMAS,, in Ceylonese, Superior "Winceys, and Ceylon Flannels; pretty blended stripes. 4/11, 7/11, 10/6. GENTS' UMBRELLAS, plain or silver-mounted handles, strong frames, covered with highstandard durable cloths. A useful gift! 5/0, 7/6, 10/6 to 25/. Gents' Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, Ato Z. 1/ each. Selecting a Gift for a- Man is, though a pleasant, not always an easy task. A visit to our Men's Department will help to make it much less difficult. We are showing a large selection of Useful Things, that look well, and aro likely, by the excellent service they * afford, to arouse kind thoughts of the giver. You aro invited to call! GENTS' SUIT CASES, in Brown Leatherette or Fibre, covered with Green Canvas. An essential travelling requisite for the holidays ; 22in to 28in. 9/6 to 17/6. TRAVELLING RUGS, best Colonial makes, All Wool ; beautiful patterns. A welcome Christmas gift! 16/6. Gents' BRACES, heavy or light fittings, strong elastic webbing. 1/, 1/C, 2/6, 3/8. GENTS' TlES.—Special Ptrrohase. 300 dozen Gents' Silk and Poplin . Wide-end Ties; superb qualifciea 5 chaste designs, huge variety. 1/ and 1/8 each. Gents' Colored Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, rich quality; Brown, Nary, Green, and Grey, with " Trilby" pattern in corners. A nice present. 3/11 each. Gents' White Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, 'Plain or Initial. Always m demand at Christmas time. 2/6, 2/11, 3/8. Gents' Irish Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, grass-bleached, fine Gents' Hemstitched ditto. 2/9, */6, 5/6 to 11/6 per half-doasn. Gents' White Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. '3 for 1/ and 3 for 1/6. OCIX Men'b Department. GEORGE STREET.

The Ideal Suit for Travelliag! THE BRITISH SPORTS SUIT. Made of British Tweeds in Great Britain. Complete 3-Garment Suits; patch pockets, leather buttons, etc. 39/6, 42/6, 45/, 50/, 60/ s 65/, 75/. SPORTS COATS, for Seaside and Country .Wear. Four patch pockets. 25/, 27/6, 30/, 32/6, if Fißl ,Sk ir Gentlemen about to go travelling during the Holiday. Season can procure Cor Outfits at <J» and .J. Arthur's— Personal Dress from a Collar Stud to a Suit of Clothes, and Necessary Equipment fronuan Umbrella to a Suit Case. Splendid Styles in LIGHT RAINCOATS, SOFT SHIRTS, NEW HOSE, ■ LATEST TIES, SUMMER UNDERWEAR, ETC. TRAVELLING IBAGS M4B SUIT CASES. Solid Leather, stout and strong. Also, cheaper makes of good quality. BRIEF BAGS AND SUIT CASES. BROWN SOLID LEATHER BRIEF BAGS, strong and well made; genuine solid hide. 15/6, 17/6, 19/6, and 21/. SUIT CASES, Brown Fibre, light and strong. Prices (according to size), 11/6 to 17/8= SUIT CASES, in Solid Leather. 60/, 65/, 70/. HANDBAGS, VALISES, KIT BAGS, ETC., ETC. WBa?' 111 Merchant Tailors and Men ? s Mercery 12, 14, 16, AND 18 GEOEGE STREET.

J^fS^J^jgjj&^l esffisSK^rasESffi fT!f^7^!!S^^Smi^i^!^SSi^?iSi Any Hour of the Day or Evening, and guarantee Al result.",, no matter what time the Photo is taken. You see, we arc Specialists in Photography by Electric Light, so if you are unable to spare the time through the day you can make an appointment and come along in the evening and sit for your Photo. And yon can reat assured that tho Finished Photo will bo equal in every respect to one taken in daylight. A good variety of Mounts from which to choose. "Acme" Post Card Photos aro very popular. Studios, 253 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDiN. Telephone 965. J. STBADMAN, Manager. tuiisdfgwaawfri l^mmm^4^^immmm^-i^%,^ Let your Gift be Something Useful, "Artistic, and Appropriate, ' 1 Grass Sound Willow, Cane Foundations, Beautiuuctirs. ful Designs, Comfortable, Strong. Will , harmonise with any room. Palm Stands. In Antique Oak and other choice woods ; large range of Designs. Copper Bronze Medieval and Modern Styles, in ExquiBowis and Vases. sitely Chased and Beaten Copper Bronze. Smokers' Quaint Hanging and Pedestal Cabinets, Cabinets. richly carved, selected old woods. Smokers' Cabinets. Occasional Chairs. Extraordinary wide choice in Oak, Walnut; Chippendale, etc. 5 See Our Display. Prices to suit every requirement. tjpusia Rattray Street, Dunedin. AND INVERCARGILL. TAIERt MOUTH VISITORS. CAMPEKS AND HOLIDAY MAKERS. iAitru iuuuiii vibiiwo. TriNG OSCAR" SARDINES ]T| 0N ' T For 3 ct - vol,r slI PP'y <* "KING arc ;<o! the Cheapest, OSCAR" SARDINES. They are th. Bui, ihsy aro the Best. bc-sf.-. D:m't take some-thin-,' "just as good.* OSCAR" SARDINES D'jn't take some-thiny N (TAKE CAftE OF "VOUfEYES, ,©r, better still, let us do it for yog, ■Wo are Specialists in Spectacle* (with. Certificate). JOHNSTONE & HASLET?, 6HEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, f132 PRINCES STREET OUNEDJMo CATLTNS VISITORS. iOK'T Forgtt a supply of "KING \ OSCAR" SARDINES. yhey.gis.ibeJßesJiir Xmas Season CSome of the things that "HE" is suro to like. Here's such, a wide variety of suitable-.,Gifts—' aeasonable, smart, correct, and. useful things that every Man wants. Tho "PROBLEM" oi that, Gift for I>ad, Brother, or "Boy" will solve itself when you see these. Hero are a fetv suggestions:—SMAßT TIES, FANCY SOX, BILK HANDKERCHIEFS. SOX SUSPENDERS, COLLARS, STCDS, LINKS, ETC. TAYLOR'S CITY HATONEUM Estab. 1869. 153 RATTRAY STREET. Estab. 1369. WASTE PAPER. WASTE TAPES. WASTE PAPER FOB BALE, \\TASTE PAPER FOB SAL! In Lots to Suit Purchasers. .* * • I» J/Ote to Suit Purchasers. - .And*- .-:-■■-■- •'gCAR-JjaßEKa* -AmSt " "--- -.; 'BTASI.PIIW*.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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