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&Sfl HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY t .6 aD. . is to fastacles .„ of an em- *;, as The test ably the 'he. Alps take ;d. If ill ere ■Tit; the food Luui-as is rarely monies twenty to carry '' ' >'s whirli ». a llu usuallv in attack h} rial or of ; oaiarden side. morrow ovening and on Tuesday and "Wei. nesday evenings. On Thursday night the bursting of the main water pipe on the third floor of the D.I.C premises caused a considerable amount of damage. Everything was in order when the caretaker locked up for the nigl.it, and it was only on Friday morning the damage was discovered, the mantle department and furnishing department being in a state of flood. A quantity of ladies' garments on the second floor was badly damaged. The stocks on the ground floor suffered most, a quantity of carpets, curtains, table covers, tapestry, etc., being soaked through and badly damaged. Mr 11. Meikle, the contractor for the new King Edward Pavilion at the Dunedir. Hospital, entrusted the whole of the electrical work embodied in his contract for the - v iv(> " "h"lin°"s *" Tvj->" ' 11 BIG SALE OF DAMAGED STOCK FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPET C TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, ' TAPESTRIES, AT HALF-PRICE. BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LESS THAN COST. COME EARLY AND SHARE IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS Dunedin JLJ »!,%*>, FEED YOUR CHILD ON ,fX$ J iS.2kC# THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers. ig^EonagnHgSEßHffifflaa^^ Thrift and Economy Uemapj the threat I ■i n i> In warm weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by the heat is one distinguishing feature of the " ORION ' —its Rapid Heating. No weary waiting for Hot Water, no worry over the Oven. Even- part of the Range is designed to a nicety to give perfect service, and Economy are to most peoole important considerations! Here again the " ORIOJNt " is prc-cn:::-;nt Jjo.ooo Housewives in all parts of the Dominion can testify to the remarkable Fuel Economy of the Favorite—%&*>t 7 £~£'S'*A ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE! *#y,. ".•£&'■■ H. E. SHACKL.OOL IM~ Doacdin-WcHinsrtosu and A— 1 -'

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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