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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
i»»^^ man's Summer J. AND J. ARTHUR, LTD., have to announce the OPENING UP OF NEW STOCKS OF ENGLISH-MADE UNDERWEAR, light in weight, for Summer. ~ ... ~' m , , WHITE INDIAN GAUZE UNDERSHIRTS, exceedingly soft and comfortable, adapted to the most sensitive skins; half-sleeves : in " Ordinary," " Out Sizes," and " Extra O.S."—sizes to fit any Gentleman PRICES: ist Quality Men's, 3/6; 0.5., 3/9. 2nd Quality Men's, 2/6 J 0.5., 2/9; Extra 0.5., 3/3. EXTRA FINE COTTON UNDERWEAR, IN ARTISTIC COLORS. Perfect Under-garments for Hot Weather. Singlets with half-sleeves; 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»*******«*S»»********#*****«******g
A Good New Year Resolution! The WOMAN who SAVES is her own BENEFACTRESS. «l " SAVING MONEY " is an ART in itself, and one that is Invaluable to the Housewife. «i "The HUSBAND EARNS, the WIFE SPENDS"; and to spend-in the wisest way is one of the great virtues of the good Housewife. The buying of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS for the Home is a most Important Task, for in this direction there is a continued expenditure going on. « How to MAKE HER MONEY DO ITS BEST is the Housewife's great problem ! e i It is certainly not to be solved by dealing on Credit, for Credit means highest prices and general extravagance. Credit does not help towards MONEY-SAVING. Keen Bin »ans Cash Buying When you deal on a CASH BASIS you get the most for your MONEY. When you. deal on WARDELLS' CASHCHECK SYSTEM, you get not only the Utmost Value for your Money, but BONUS all to the good i WARDELLS' GOODS are of High-grade, Pure, and Prime Quality—their prices are " The Lowest—ALWAYS 1 " At the beginning of this new year turn over a. new leaf ; make the resolution to be done with Credit, and adopt WARDELLS' CASH-BONUS SYSTEM. Thousands of Housewives are satisfied and gratified with the results. It will give you the same complete satisfaction. Prime Goods, Lowest Prices, and Bi| Bonuses—if these are attractive to vou, give the WARDELL SYSTEM, say, a month's trial, and prove by Actual Experience the Money-Saving Advantages of this Splendid System. Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants, George St. ||
GENTS' NEGLIGE SHIRTS, soft cuffs and band; in pretty Striped Reps and Cambrics, Noiv Drab and Tussore-colored Poplins. 3/11, 4/6, 5/6. GENTS' WHITE SILK SHIRTS, rich quality, beautifully finished. A. sensible gift! 10/6 each. GENTS' T USSOBF, SI L K SHIRTS, superb quality, very dressv. 11/8 each. GENTS' PYJAMAS, in Ceyloneso, Superior Winceys, and Gov lon Flannels; pretty ided stripe 4/11," 7/11, GENTS' UMBRELLAS, plain or silver-mounted handles, strong frames, covered with hip;bstandard durable cloths. A useful gift! 5/6, 7/6, 10/6 to 15 (. Gouts' Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, Ato 7,. 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 are likely, by the excellent service thoy afford, to arouse, kind thoughts of the giver. You are invited to call! GENTS' SUIT CASES, in Brown Leatherette or Fibre, covered with Green Canvas. An essential travelling requisite for tho holklavs; 22in to 2Sin. 9/6 to 17/6. TRAVF. Colon TRAVELLING RUG S , best Colonial makes. All Wool ; beautiful patterns. A welcome Christinas pift! 16/6. Gents' BRACES, heavy or light fittings, strong plastic irebbin*;. 1/, I.'B, 2/6, 3/8. GENTS' TlES.—Special Pyxand Poplin Wide-end Ties; superb qualities, chaste designs, hi 1/6 each. ,-ariuty. 1/ and Gents' Colored Silk HANBKER- J CHIEFS, rich quality: Brown,. 1 Navy, Green, and Orey, with.' | "Trilby" pattern in comers. I A nice- prnscnt. 3/11 each. i Gents' Whit* Silk HANDKER- 1 CHIEFS, Plain or Initial. ' 1 Always m demand at Christ- 1 mas time. S'S, 2/11, 3/6. | Gents' Irish Liner, HANDKER- 1 CHIEFS, grass-boohed, fma I ouality. 4/6, 5/8, 8/6 per half- 1 Gents' Hemstitched ditto. 2/0, 4/6, 6/6 to 11/6 per half-dozan. Gents' V»"hifc Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. 3 for tj and 3 for 1/8. %2? <V-<Qbj? Man's Department. GEORGE STREET.
A Delightful Change S Try it at " Afternoon Tea," for Breakfast, Supper, and when Picnicking during the Summer. Tho CoiFee ivith the luscious velvety taste and made-iji-an-instantl Prepared by Strang's Secret Process. David Strang, Ltd., InvercargilL RiTCHi^ , S_ Bffl3aS sL Large Assortment of Preserving Jars. Also, just opened, a Large Shipment of RITCHIE'S VAOTIIM JARS. This Jar-stands out on its own for Preserving; every Season increases the demand for it. Those who have used it declare it to he the best Jar in trie market, as it is absolutely airtight; and as the Jar is no v.' on the market at prices which are slightly under other brands, the demand must increase. Each Jar stamped " Ritchie's." Genuine Quality in Jars, Brass Preserving Pans, Brass, Enamel, Aluminium 1.E.. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Covers, Jelly Bags' and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. At RITCHIE'S 30 George Street (aear Octagon)
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