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We make them on the Premises. They are soundly finished, and special attention is given to the security of the Stones. Our Values cannot be beaten anywhere. Call in and examine them. Ring Specialists PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN MOAIfc. » fuse them firmly. See yon l'i^fj^^M#^^i#^ aagBSBBaaB fmetnem firmly. Sep you ret Kelson Jioate's Pcre Tea. 8 TIKE CARE OF YOD7TEYE& Or, better still, let us do it for yo«. We are Specialists in Spectacla* (with Certificate). JOHffSTGNE & HASLETT, GKESVSISTS AND OPTICIANS, 162 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Office^ CUMEDJM* TO CAMPERS AT WARRINGTON. 17"OU juay Camp or. my property without JL charge provided you bring a good supply of "KING OSCAR" SASDINES. JACK HAYSESD. Although' The Dresden Piano Company's name has become a household word throughout the Dominion, it has been decided to-.re-linquish this familiar title and to adopt in its place that of When the business started, over 32 years ago, the name "The )resden," being honorably associated with nil that was best in Mus'c and Art, was chosen as a good trading title, but, despite its wellearned popularity, there can be no doubt it is no longer acceptable for an , The Shareholders and Directors are, without exception, British" born and bred, and are all resident under the British flag; there is not, nor has there ever been, one single shilling of anything but British Capital used or invested in the business; and as Bristol is the birthplace of the Founder and present Chairman of Directors of ihc Company, the Public will fully appreciate the change of title to that of ■j^sssssaasaaassaMSSiiimtimmaaseuasi^mii I lowing o: i 1 1 7 *T? This large consignment of unmade Robes was a special purchase by our Home Buyer for the Spring Trade, but owing to their late arrival we have marked them at-exceptionally low prices to effect a speedy clearance. MA TWO AI WW Lot 1. White Voile Robes comprising tunic skirt partly made and handsomely embroidered in white with sufficient material and trimming for blouse . . . Lot 2. .White Voile Robes, elaborately embroidered tunic skirt partly made, to be joined up the back only, with material and embroidery trimmhm' for blouse to match Also embroidered in Eluc Gold ......... told and Pi iik and Lot 3. White Voile Robes, consisting of handsomely embroidered tunic skirt, partly mad' 1 with material and trimming for blouse. The embroidery work on these robes is most: beautifully designed in pale pink and green and pale b 1_ ~~ ' -ireen _../.......;..... j^/j The same embroidered in whit IK I Lot 4. White Embroidered Voile Robes comprising skirt length beautifully embroidered in white with sufficient embroidered material for bodice . ' _ .. . . . __. . The same embroidered in pale shades and pink &=&<tJ\ % t Lot •;"). White Voile Robes, skirt piece embroidered shadow pink and blue embroidery, embroidered material to match for blouse or bodice „ * * ♦ G£ El / 03/" See Special Window DispL Also Special Purchase of 36-indh White Jap Silk 2/8 per yd LIMITED. We have made Special Arrangements for the continuous Supply of the Latest War Photos., direct from the Front, which will be shown in our Windows after each mail.

GATLINS VISITORS. hON'T Forget a supply ol '. OSCAR" SARDINES. POU.N AWEA VISITORS. OSCAR SARDINES." KING OSCAB" SARDINE For your Camp. Don' ttake "something jwrt> as food.**-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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