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kw M'iV p-4'? 1 *4 I * * - >m fc&ft ?U p v V" A« L .V' 1 - &'•- i Si "> "" <yf / H l .u *. sa /V ».i»% h'fS Mil fcfft 'StiLlers.: EDINBURGH. Agents?- NEILL&CO. urr.miiKMDiiiiwr HERE S3 -YOUR OPPORTUNITY ~6 ali .• is to bstacles «, of an em- '=;, as The testably the he Alps take ":.xl. If there ?ing the food ■tccess is rarely •comes twenty •«»ssary to 'carry thing's which T, and usually ground they ./re, that there of an attack by '"Wal or of a '•era. The guarded side, ax... -•»« mt~ 0 morrow opening and on Tuesday and We*. 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 floor was badly damaged. The stocks on the ground floor suffered most, a quantity of carpets. curtains, table covers, tapestry, etc., beingsoaked through and badly damaged. Mr R. Meikle, the contractor for the new King Edward Pavilion at the Dunedin Hospital, entrusted the whole of the electrical work embodied in his contract for the -'-ve " hidings ♦« "»*ess-- TV"' n ' FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPETS, TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, TAPESTRIES, AT\ HALF-PRICE. BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LESS THAN COST. COME EARLY AND SHARE IN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS D.LC. Dunedin D.I.C

mmr\, \ We Hold No Sales ff Our Genuine Tailor-mads Reacly-to-Wear Cpstumos sell as fast as wo can make them. tio rieacJ to reduce them because Out of a " Cheap Sali l *. arc fur Oul-of-Date Stock -which wouldn't hcil in the Season, l.ut our Keady-to-Wcar Hc.il Tailor-made Costumes arc so Fashio.icbl", t-n Smart and Good-fitting, that ihoy sell themselves. No J.nsL Season Costumes li.ii o hi c;i left over. r Our Customers declare them to ho the greatest laluo ever offered, and lit ci ally snap them up at the pi ice. *i" Ilijrli-class. T?< .'1 Tailor-made, "Ready-to-Wear CoMuir.es mad- mi the Promises fioin ThreQ Guineas, as i.siinl. Hotter \aiue than this you cannot obuiin ;ir - v. here. Q ladies' Toiler Specialist, i_?» i.;ti LB£. 1V &Pi f M George. S reel next D.S.A. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS I jf Buy a WHITE Sewing Machine, and you will I tic.i at least Twenty-five Years' Sewing Service. I This Firm has been selling WHITE Machines * for over Thirty-sis Years, so you can depend on the statement made. Catalogue sent on request. Prices from £7. Allowance made for old Machines, -10 WBINGEBS-MANGLSS-LAWN «.V MOWEBS-CAEPET SWEEPEKS .' W. MELVILLE 5^S a DU^EDIM -Let your Gift be Something .Useful, Artistic, and Appropriate. Ssa Crass Chairs. Palm Stands. Copper Bronze Bowls and Vases. Smokers' Cabinets. Occasional Chairs. Sound Willow, Cane Foundations, Beautiful Designs, Comfortable, Strong. Will harmonise with any room. In Antique Oak and other choice woods ; large range of Designs. Medieval and Modern Styles, in Exquisitely Chased and Beaten Copper Bronze. Quaint Hanging and Pedestal Cabinets, richly carved, selected old woods. Extraordinary wide choice in Oak, Walnut, Chippendale, -etc. See Our Display. Prices to suit every requirement. AND INVERCARGILL.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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