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What the Smoker _ Wants- | /VIQSGIEI^ Matches are indispensable, a good pipe is desirable, but above all the smoker who likes a tobacco with body flavor, aroma, needs... IliiT^llliiilMCMM m%k Kvi fSari KsS^ W&>%< fSHs B£ F5 i»g« I We. mk W/fp. mm ! fi*k' '■■ Sit: w**\ The Rug which Commercial and other Experienced Travellers deem indispensable! MOSGIEL RUGS 'fjl afford Comfort, Warmth, and Luxurious HffNM E fteo the roost varied conditions.. ; Wi'lffi Sold at all thm m\\W Beit Shopt. aaaß3ag«iag«gaEmiaasfflßßj|saggiaKi^^

il [JIIIiWJI ,T. AND J. ARTHUR, LTD., have to announce the OPENING UP OF NEW STOCKS OF ENGLISH-MADE UNDERWEAR, light in weight, feu- Summer. *****»« WHITE INDIAN GAUZE UNDERSHIRTS, exceedingly soft and comfortable, adapted to the most sensitive skins; ha-Jf-sleeves; in " Ordinary," " Out Sizes/-' and " Extra- O.S."—sizes to fit any Gentleman, PRICES: MEN'S, 2/6 and 3/6; 0.5., 2/9 and 3/9; EXTRA 0.5., 3/3. , . « EXTRA FINE COTTON UNDERWEAR, IN ARTISTIC COLORS. Perfect Under-garments for Hot- Weather. Singlet? with half-sl<?evcs; Underpants with light-weight sateen bands. Sizes to fit Slim, Ordinary, and Out-sized Men. All marked at the Uniform and Special Selling Price of 2/11 per Garment. * » * * * ». « MERCHANT TAILORS and MEN'S MERCERS. 12, 14, 16 & 18 George Street I >£ i

BgBBBSBWBBBBB!WaW^aL.!J,U,.v!m^a.g HiWaJfttßHiH WSMSS^W^,' which H.rongly appeals to the taste of a almost everybody I 'JOio enormous dc- P !n:uicl testifies to Has popularity. Not jjj .surpassed by the most expensive im- Ji porrcd brands, Housewives can yet plus | chnsrt it for loss than half tho price of g thoso. Meilraish's " Oriental -Relish " and 1 Pickles ara vary fin©. Try thcml § TAIBUT MOUTH VISITORS. ,ON'T Forget, your supply of " KING ' OSCAR"' SARDINES. They are tl:o .. Don't, take something '•just as gocd." Lanm Assortment, of Preserving Jnrs. Also, ins't ' opened, a Lnrpe- Shipment of BITCHJE'S VACUUM | .lARH-. This .l.iv stands out. on itn own for Preserving; fvery Season inrrna-ses tho demand fur it. Those who j-il have used it. declare it to be the best Jar in tho,' IS market, as it is absolutely airtight ■; end as the Jar'' || is now on 'the roarlwt at prices which arc slightly S| under other brands, the demand must iner©a.w>. Each ; |J .Jar stamped " Ivitchie's." Genuhio Quality in Jars, s*f Brass Preserving Pans, Brass, Enamel. Ahuniniuro, if Lit. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Covors, Jelly Bagß, || and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. 8 At" RITCHIE'S 1 39 George Estzezt (near Octagon) |

«s* PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. IS Are mow Featuring the Season's ft@west. i a Special Warehouse Purchase of pi At Prices Less than Half the Usual pecial Holiday bargain rices • m m I m SBSsaaa>

CAMPERS. KING OSCAR" SARDINE For your Camp. Don' itake "something just as jsoaiL''.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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