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#ißiijjp r TEA m i as BMS; Sis as Imm Ki-yS&M S®4ffM wpi/ps’ a»a V'. .•• » ; - ---a &.S' m . .■’ r.r~A It is essentially the most popular tea with all classes of folks all over Maoriland—the wealthy know that money cannot buy more delicious flavour or fragrance. Those who must study economy have proved that it goes farther and there’s no better value obtainable. Ask for the 2/- blend. Other grades at 1/10 and 1 /8. EVERYBODY!? “ V rr-Hr n [CA.,, « N - ‘ • ' * r FAVOURITE ■4-730 ,>■ WHOLESALE AGEKT3: WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SO NS. LTD. Thrift and Economy Demand the Great u ORION n Range ! In warm weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by tiic heat. That is one distinguishing feature of the “ ORION " —its Rapid Healing. No weary waiting for Hot Water, no worrv over the Oven. Ever}’ part of the Range is designed to a nicety to give perfect service. Thrift and Economy are to most people important considerations! Here again the “ ORION ” is pre-eminent. 80,000 Housewives in ail parts of the Dominion can testify to the remarkable Fuel Economy of the Favorite—fe6 |/ \;P rrws v Ed /y -i „ . *r. w \ail3s < "^<lsESSs^ iv * V I ' m ||% ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE ! \ li, E, SHACK LOCK* LtdU Dunedin, Wellington, and Auckland -f N tJ aj/000 hi v ,s / f » v ? >^v X | ((iEjir-.Jcr-'tr.-rj-/ 1J 1 g .. * la . s* E u.Tmture Ae derate lenses I i iPI.-oil here illusi ,>" li-ii- m'if-t- populn r it vs soundly mad*. «l nnih -r, with a large: I Miner; and the ■Clings ju si. add the kuiHi to u. pivot: of mar v.nuld priu>> any , DUNEDIN. IssaaMmj3ssa*2i:r.r?.3. r :r vise.'.anas.*- fuc °s / I \ap'%- 'I /«4‘, "'-.I N ::U hj : 'rfl s /v ij ntk. NOTH INO BETTER THAN BESTS. rST \/r, ;; ir» ;JU Fd Or* ™ TUBE BESTS summ; m PRICES \~r SALS. AT MEN’S BUSINESS SHIRTS, Lands; pood quality and ;mt patterns. 4 8 io s.a. S?h price, 2/11, MEM’S NATURAL WOOL SHIRTS A Kit f-A:tTS. 48, Seta price, 2/'il. MEN’S FUR FELT HATS, newest shapes. Usual price, 53. Sale price, 3/9. MEN’S STRAW BOATERS, all this Season's styles. To be cleared at 3/11, 4/6, 5/8. MEN'S FAN CM AND STRONGIP EARING BRACES. 2/6 to 3/6. Sale price, 1/8. HUNDREDS Or WIDE-END, SILK KI4IV, AND STUD KNOT TSES. Usual prices, 1/S to 2/S. Sale priue-a, Sd, 1 , 1/3. ALL STOCK LINES REDUCED DURING SAi E. SUIT TO MEASURE, Guaranteed. during the sale EES~fi FAMOUS 55/ SUIT »"0 MEASURE Vi? ILL BE REDUCED TO SO/In PRINCES S T. Nexf Begg’s Music Depot, For Bargains in Men's Wear

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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