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-ou can easily do this, as your Household Duties will be done in }>-" the time if you make use of the Popular SHINO Products. SHINO DUSTLESS MOP SAVES LABOR. • The SHINO Products are not oily or greasy, and the Dustily •Polishing is done in one operation. SHINO Articles require no re-treating, but retain their chemical proper- S ties until worn out. g ;;3r EVERY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD OWN ONE. 1 .When' you have once used a SHINO DUSTLESS MOP you will marvel | you have done so long without one |f SHINO ABSOLUTELY ABSORBS DUST, 1 And will Dust and Polish Floors, Linoleum, Pictures, Furniture, Nickel, | RINSING IN WARM WATER WILL CLEANSE THEM. I SHINO DUSTLESS MOP, with Patent Simplex Handle ■ 4/8. SHINO MITTEN DUSTER 2/6. SHINO BROOM COVER 2/3. SHINO FLOOR POLISHER 10/. SHINO DUST CLOTH 1/6. High and Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN

MECCMMQ BHITISfI grossing WHAT iS MECCANO ? ftdei Strips and Angles, Rods, Gear Wn«-efs, Pntleya, Bolts .anfl iuts, etc, ©to.—art 4h« Parts neesssary i« tnak«i WQftttlNC MODELS OF MECHANICAL APPLBANCES, STRONG, ENDURING! Every Part la Ssid ans Wnlbreakakte— essentially Brltfsn—fhsn many snsjf continental Toys*, and vastly more Interesting, Fiva S?e«3 ... .-.» ... «. »< Price i>et* Set' u* 3« v.: Makss folott©!* ii >;; & ... ... No. 0.1. 2. 3. «. ;-.;' S/; 8/6, 10/6. 35/. 4ft?.. ... IS. 27. 41 \ sb. ftj. «»Kra&». QENERAL IRONMONGERS, ,;,%%. 3>R!KGE£S STBEET (Opp. Bank of mow Zealand), DUNEDIftg. 'Phones: 741 arxl 742.

AtRITCHIE'S Rose Bowls, Jardinieres, Terra-cotta Busts and Statuettes, Corinthian Ware, in vases, etc., E.P. Ware, in teapots, jellies, butter; dishes, eto., etc., Thermos Flasks, Decanters, Tumblers, etc., Cutlery in oases, Salad Bowls, t>__„j "D'-ites, Dinner Sets, a.™ w „. Fancy Clocks. Inspection invited. RITCHIE'S, 39 George St NEAR OCTAGON. •lUST TO HANDS—2 GASES MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC EMBROIDERIES AMD I^SERTSOHS. NARROW CAMBRIC EDGINGS, with Insertions to match 2£d, 3£d, and 4d yard. 2in to 3m LONGCLOTHS, Embroidered. From 4£d to 8d pes* yard. CAMISOLE EMBROIDERIES. Very special value. t/, 1/S, 1/11. LARGE RANGE OF EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS, on Voile, Crepe, Ninon, etc., etc. 2/11 to 7/11 per yarel. The above are Very Special Quotation;',, and much less than the same qualities can be landed for in future shipments. 50 MODEL HATS, TOQUES, ETC. To be cleared at London prices, 7/11 to 12/ S. 65 dozen WHITE FABRIC GLOVES. Exceptional value. 11, 1/6, 1/9 per pal?. 30 dozen WHITE LONG LISLE, Suede finish. 1/0, 1/11, 2/3 per pas'*', 120 dozen EMBROIDERED BLACK COTTON HOSE, Women's and Small Women's. Newest colored embroideries........ 10£ d and 1/2 psr pah',

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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