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•IUST TO HAWD!—2 CASES MUSUrS AMD CAKBRSC EMBRQBI3ERIES AND Ii^SERTtONS. NARROW CAMBRIC EDGINGS, with Insertions to match 2£d, 3£d, and 4d yard. 2in to 3in LONGCLOTHS, Embroidered. From 4£d to 8d per jfard. CAMISOLE EMBROIDERIES. Very special value. 1/, 1/6, 1/11, LARGE RANGE OF EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS, on Voile, Crepe, Ninon, etc., etc. ' 2/11 to 7/11 per yard. The above are Very Special Quotations, and much less than the same qualities can be landed for in future shipments. 50 MODEL HATS, TOQUES, ETC. To be cleared at London p: 65 dozen WHITE FABRIC GLOVES. 1/ 30 dozen WHITE LONG LISLE, Suec 1/®, ' 120 dozen EMBROIDERED BLACK Women's and Small Women's, embroideries ..10wd rices, 7/11 to 12/6. Exceptional value. 5 1/6, 1/9 per pair, ie finish. 1/11, 2/3 per pair. COTTON HOSE, Newest colored and 1/2 per pair.

I^ViECC^MO Imperial Toy! HADE. ■liGßiiHi "'kBH iro-jMß^^j^y^fe^ (lobby fQtr Boys | PAT /S MECCANO ? stml Strips and Angfes, Ftods, Gear Wheels, puJleya, BoJta and Nuta, et6., ©to. —al! tli© Parts necessary ta \nak4 WORKING MODELS OF MECHANICAL. APPLIANCES. STRONG, ENDURING! Every Part Is Solid and Unbreakable—essentially than inany flimsy tJaritinental Toys, and vastly tr.ore Interesting* Five Sizes ... ... ... .~ ~~ t>rio9 i*ef Sst ... m i** «v Makes Modala «. i« »a; ... No. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4. ... 5/. 8/0. 19/6. 25/. 43/. v.: 18. 27, 41. 50. C3i ■ » N a,.s,» oun s e W GENERAL | PRINCES STOEET COpp. Bank of New Zealand),, OUNEDiN,

?QS3 HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY &^ of an em- ";, as The testably the he Alps take *d. If there r"iu<r the food -.cces.s is rarely monies twenty •«»ssary to carry js which T, and usually ground they ~re, that there of an attack by or of a \em. The ■uarderl side, morrow evening 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 night, 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 iioor wabadly damaged. The stocks on the ground floor suffered most, a quantity of carpels, curtains, table covers, tapestry, ore., being soaked through and badly damaged. Mr I?. Meikle. the contractor ior the King Edward Pavilion at the inniedm Hospital, entrusted the whole of the elect rical work embodied in his con!ran for the BIG SALE OF DAMAGED STOU FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPETS, TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CREI TAPFQTpfP.s; AT HALF-PRICE. :tonnes, TAPESTRIES, AT HALF-PRICE. BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LE3S THAN COST COME EARLY AND SHARE IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS jLp«/«L/» Dunedin ewaawte*«wßaßwmWß>Mf«> fggP RITGHIES^,^ Large Assortment of Preserving 3ss%, A In, ii;.t. opened, a Large Shipment of RITCHjIF?S VACUI 'm JARS. This Jar stand* out on its own fcj> Preset i::ft ; overy Season inoreases the demand for it. Those who have used it? declara it to be tho bes*. Jar in the market, as it is absolutely fwifc as the Jar is nov»- on the market at prices w&iSjJs ure slightly under other brands, the demand muss increase. 'Each Jar stamped "Ritchie's." Genuine Quality in Jars, Brass Preserving Pans;, Brass, Enamel, Aluminium, Lit. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Coders, Jelly Bags, and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. At RITCHIE'S 39 George Street (aear Octagon)

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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