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BRITISH MINES, BRITISH MEN. BRITISH BRAINS make .^SJIOS SALT THE BEST the World can produce.! CAMPERS. « OSCAR ” SARDINES For your Camp. Don’ ttake “something just as good.” fe ‘HUB’ New Year Bulletin of Practical Gifts for Men, and Dainty Things including Blouses, Gloves, Etc.— suitable Presents for Ladies! For Ladies! Black or White. " 8/11 each, Shorter MAKES?, in Champagne, Black, Grey, or Base, 7/0 to 13/8 each. For Men! Mon’s UMBRELLAS, m desirable qualities, mostly crook batidles. At 7/6, 8/11, and 10/6 .each Silk IniriM. HANDKERCHIEFS fine quality Silk, hemstitched border. 2/11 and 3/8 each. Silken Initial HANDKERCHIEFS} splendid quality { any initial, V each. Colored Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS, mercerised quality, printed borders; in Base, Heliotrope* Navy, etc. Brice, Gd each. Men’s Wide-ead TIES, special value, all fresh goods, just landed for _ Christmas; _in newest colorings, including shaded effects iri. Tutspro and Champagne. 1/ t 11/6, 1/9, and 2/ each. Men’s Fancy SOX, good quality; Black Cashmere, _ “Jason/” and other makes -with embroidered clox in Whits or colors, 1/6, 2/, and 2/8 per pair. Tlie Good Folk of South Dunedin are asked to come and see the New Year Wares at the “ Hub!” We are showing such a lot of really pretty and useful Articles in every way suited for New Year Gifts. People just now have no money to throw away on “flim-flams'” and “trumpery gee-gaws ” —something of use is what is wanted, ami we have an abundance of exactly the kind of thing required. Prices, as usual, are pleasingly low! Come early, if you can manage it, please! FAN Cf Y HANDKERCHIEFS, dainty effects in embroidered lawn and fine linen. 6d, 9d, 10£ d, l/> 1/3, 1/41, 1/8. and 1/9 each. HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, fine makes. At 1/, 1/6, 1/3, 2/, 2/8 per half dozen. Handkerchief SACHETS, '* containing quarter dozen; pretty designs* in embroidered linen. 2/3, 2/9, 3/3 each. Kid GLOVES, full ranges of excellent qualities in Pownes’, Dent’s, and other makes. 2/6, 8/3, 8/11, and 5/6 per pair. White Kid GLOVES. At 3/3 and 3/I*l per pair. Black or White Kid GLOVES, elbow length. 6/11 per pair, UMBRELLAS, reliable makes; mostly in the popular crook handle. At 2/11, 3/11, 4/6, and 6/8 each. DITTO, finer qualities, all selected handles. 6/6, 7/11, 8/11 up to 11/6 each. Ladles’ Leather BAGS, in the now shapes. 3/11, 5/Tl, 6/11, 8/11, and 8/11 each. Children’s White Satin and Poplin BAGS, with pretty painted scenes. 1/ and 1/11 each, v WARE, ANTIMONY WARE, new and novel selected lot of Trinket Boxes; various designs, in round or square shape. At OtJ, 1/, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3, and 2/6. PIN TRAYS. At 3d each. PERFUMES, old English Lavender Water and Eau de Cologne, 1/ and 1/8 per bottle. Rosemary SACHETS. 9d each. POT-POURRI, «-|«f and 9il per pot, These, if placed in handkerchief boxes or linen chests, impart a sweet, bracing aroma to the contents. Black Lisle HOSE, lace fronts. 1/fi, 1/9, 3/8 per pair. Black Lisle HOSE ? with lace cl nr. 1/il per pair. Black Embroidered Cashmere HOSE, fine makes, embroidered fronts, in various colors. 2/3 and 2/0 per pair. BLOUSES, Tussore Silk Shirt Blouses: good cut, turneddown collar, 8/11 each. Plain White Silk BLOUSES, beautifully cut, good style, low-out neck. 8/11, 11/6, 12/11, 13/11 each. Laoe BLOUSES, very dainty Styles: medium or low neck. 6/11, 7/0, 10/S, 14/11 each. Ladies’ PINAFORES, in Bine and White stripe or Spot design. or in Plain Sash, with Oriental trimming; new Magyar style, good fitting shape, 2/9, 2/1 i, 3/3, and 3/6 'each.’ CAMISOLES, dainty _ stylesj in fine Madapolam, with embroidery or lace yokes; square or “V” shape. Prices, 2/3 to 5/8 each. Feather BOAS, very special value; long style in, either The Hob, Sooth Dunedin. Drapery Supply Assocn.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915