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Recognising that Spoons and Porks are articles of everyday" use, and that their quality and lasting properties must play, an important part in maintaining our well-known reputation, we.have listed our Goods of such a superior make that for value places them beyond competition. To all appearance they are the same as Solid Silver, and will be found a perfect substitute. mm wmmim Our Prices for Al Quality! Tablespoons and Forks 35/ per doz Dessert Spoons and Forks ~.. 25/ per daz Teaspoons 13/ per do* Supplied in any quantities, v from ono at proIk portiottate pr;cejß., %m m MIHIWAKA VISITORS. NUGGETS VTSITOBS. INQ OSCAE" SARDINES. 17ISH are ecircc, but EabbiU plentiful. " "¥^ INQ OSCAE" SARDINES JL Briiiß- good supply "KING OSCAE" JL\- Don't forget to take a good supply They are the Best. on " Kintr Oscar" brand. mm BffiM Hi lH m ffl Pl W "'? Tfr"! © fi£> *rl S F«V * J I fc-k / " is"-5 mt% jHTT Owing to the unseasonable leather we I have experienced during the early Summer JJ mouths we have still a large stock of Summer Costumes on hand—too large for this time of year—-so wo are reducing the prices ell round to get them out. As the Summer weather is really only commencing now, this is an exceptions] opportunity i-o secure Smart, Up-to-Date Costumes at ridiculously low prices; for these arc all our own carefully-selected Stock .—not job lines bought at low prices—and ever; Costume in the Shop is reduced in price. This Season's Rosivn Costumes, in Mairrar shapes, at £9-'6—-worth from 00 ; to 100/; tho Now Gabardine Costumes, (only 3 left) at 33/ each; White Pique Costumes, in latest shapes, at 19/8. These are ideal for Holiday wear. "We are also showing a splendid line of One-pieoe Linen Dresses, buttoned ripht down the front. They come in all the fashionable colors—Browns, Gold, Sand, Saxe Blues, Greys, etc.—and are priced at 8/11 only, though they are worth a guinea apiece. * PHONE 1,822 I Revive ¥ our r lowers I sim®M^ Put New Life Into the Grass. A shortage of water soon displays itself in the parched appearance of things in anoe of things m your Garden. If! Spend f. few shillings in getting a Hose and Jet from us. With these !i you can remedy Nature's shortcomings at a moment's notice, and keep j; your Flowers attractive and your Grass fresh. i| Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, Roses, and I Jets of All Descriptions. |f HOSE.—In Canvas, Plain Rubber, or Wire-protected Rubber Hose. Rubber—■ North British Company's best. Canvas—Strong, close, and LAW?;: SPRINKLERS,—Fo: or stationary; throwing Lawns, Gardens. Rotary or heavy spray. All are SLIP-ON UNlONS.—Obviat" special screw connections, off. The harder the pressure, tho firmer they stick. PRICES AND ESTIMATES GLADLY GIYEN Don't come H ff SECURE A SHARE OF THE PROFITS OF TEE I Australian Ural Provident Society, I For the CURRENT YEAH b\ EFFECTING A LIFE ASSURANCE B| POLICY with that Ofi.ce lIKFOHK 'I HE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. £ The followinu arc a few ACTUAL EXA.MPUEs of BONUSES declared !tj as at ?,lsr December. J91:3. 01. Wbnie-Litc Polk-ipv. Table A, effected d dunns OCTOBER. I OYLMRER. and DECEMBER. 1912: BONUSES VEST WHEN POLICIES HAVE LEEN TWO (2) YEARS IN FORCE. The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1913 exceeded .NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. Directors:The Hon C. J. JOHNSTON, M.L.C. (Chairman) ; A. db B. BRANDON, Esq. (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN, Esq., JOSEPH JOSEPH, Esq., end HAROLD BEAUCHAMP, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Dunedin District Office— B. R. STOCK, Corner Princes and Dowling Streets. District Secretary. -1

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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