TVTIFI QfJN Kor s5 y° Ma kelson Moate'H Teas have by mnATP'S tlioirpnrity.qualitv.value JVI U /*. 1 ii .3 an< i flavour given completc satisfaction. Sec von eet Nelson Mo.at.es ' 11 TO CAMPEAS AT WARRINGTON. | ■'ST OH n:ay Camp ot>_ my property without i olia'-gs provided you bring a good sup-1 ply of "KING OSCAR" SARDINES. j 1 JACK HAYSEED. Every part of the body benefit* by (teourse of :'S EMULSION All chemists have it, 2/6 & 4/6 pet bottle. 35 year's experience in blpiKlinjj .-,nil «elf oting teas has given ns an unequalled advantnijo over o! her firms--tlic ad vanlaFi of ritie "xcerience. jG ' Some of the things that "HE"" ■% is sure to TSke. Hera's such a, ■wide variety of Suitable. Gifts—seasonable, smart, oorrtocfc, and ug/sfttl tbmgs that every Mam wants. The "PROBLEM" of th*t Gift for Dad, Brother, or "Boy" will solve itself when you see these. Here are, a, fefcS" LINKS, ETC TAYLOR'S CITY HATONEtU| Eatab. 1869. 133 RATTRAY STREET. Ettah. -£ss£, r mportamt Announcement Although the Dresden Piano Company's name has become-'a household word throughout the Dominion, it has been decided -to-Jre-linquish this familiar title and to adopt in its place that of When the business started, over 32 years ago, the name' " The Dresden," being honorably associated with all that was best in Mus ,- c and Art, was chosen as a good trading title, but, despite its wellearned popularity, there can be no doubt it is no .'longer acceptable for an The Shareholders and Directors are, without exception, British" born and bred, and are all resident under the British flag; there is not, nor has there ever been, one single shilling of anything but British Capital used or invested in the business; and as Bristol is the birthplace of the Founder and present Chairman of Directors of the Company, the Public will fully appreciate the change of title to that of I *^^ In CRETONNE, as Illustrated, 32/^ In Beautiful Usifadabl© TAPESTRIES, 39/1 The " Maruef" Ohair maftes a suitable GFft for a Bride, the Graduate, the Engaged CfrJ, the Man or Woman having a Birthday, the one cetebratisig an Anniversary, or Just as an any-time Good-will Gift, especially at this Urn® of the Year. PRICE Antiseptic Hygienic. To be used wherever Dust lies. DUSTLESS DUSTER WHAT IT IS. Endorsed by--Medical Societies and Health Boards. A Dust Gfotfi Chemically Treated to absorb 'dust,-w£il not scatter ft. The particles of dost are retained m the doth until washed out with warm water and soap. WHAT IT DOES. Ousts Furniture, Pictures—in fact, all surfaces —Gleans Fabrics, Men's Hats, Shoes, etc, Polishes all kinds of Woodwork, Glassware, Metal and Leather Goods j soft and harmless to the most delicate Siik or YeSvet. SB DUSTLESS BROOM COVER 1/9. BB DUSTLESS MOPS, No. 1, with 4ft Handlo %/8. f „ ~ Ho. 3, with 4ft Handle .„ „ „ No. 11, with 4ft Handle. _.... 7/8. Mo. 14, WALL OUSTER ■ 5/0. No. 5, FLOOR POLISHER , 8/S. BB BRBG-A-BRAC, No. 6, with Hamiie 1/s. „ Ho. 8, with Handle 2/11. THESE ARE TO BE HAD ONLY AT We have-^na'de ; -S]pecial c for a : continuous Supply of the Latest War Photos.., difec-t frora r the Front,-which-will be shown in ourWindows after-each oxtail.
BROAD BAY VISITORS. T'ING OSOAE" SARDINES are finest quality obtainable. Insist on gettine" " KJNG OSCAE."-
BRIGHTON VISITORS. KING OSCAR" SARDINES are packed in Pure Olive Oii. Don't take any other brand.
WAIKCUAITI VISITORS. ~r ISQ OSCAE" SAKDIXE& Finest quality obtainable, insist on setting -'-'KQp P.SCWK? ,_.^i
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