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"Why can'l you and your wife live together "happily without fighting?" *-'Tf wa lived together without fighting, ycr Honor, we wouldn't be happy."

AWgpCKN© IKITTSH Engrossing WHAT IS MECCANO ? 863*1 Strips ami Angiss, Rods, Sear WMsfs, Ptrfteys, Bolts and Nuts, eid., etc—all the Parts necessary ta waka WOR&CING (jSOBfeU OF MECHAHIGAI. APPLIANCES* STRONG, ENDURING I ISvory fart Is Solid am 3 Unbteakabte— essentially British—cheape? fast? taanjf fHmfey Oantinsr.taJ Teys, and vastJy more Htterssting, Five stesS ... u. ... No. p. 1. 2. 3. 4. & U. S/i 8/6. 10/$, 28/. 4'& -«•«.,» Dunlin. iEiEBAL IRONMONGERS, 7 « P J»S%. S7HKET CQPP» Bank of Wow DUR!£Diiu, «—» IjOOCI jf urnature IWWHSBBMBBB i Moderate Prices ! ' B *- - ******^ *»^ : l (1 i2SSP« -'^^gs^sgfci The DUCHESSE here illustrated is one of our most popular selling linos. It ia soundly made of seasoned timber, with a large Cheval Bevelled Mirror; and the Antique Fittings just add the finishing touch to a pieeo of j Furniture that would grace any j Home. i Prices: '-n 39/6, 47/8, 65/, 70/, 80/ to £9 10/. DUCHESSE TABLES from 25/. BEDROOM CABINETS, 28/. TILED-BACK WASHSTANDS, 22/6, 25/, and 35/. TILED-BACK AND MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS, 32/8, 45/ up. WARDROBES, with large Bevelled Mirror Fronts, 90/, 110/, 130/ up. BEDROOM EASY CHAIRS, in Cretonne, 22/6. We are showing some NEW CONCEPTIONS in DRAWING AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE DESIGNS. Our prices, as usual, tempt the shrewd buyer. VISIT OUR SHOW ROOM. RATTRAY ST., DUNEDIN. Usep RiTCHIE'S^^g^ ■TBI Large Assortment of Preserving Jars. Also. sust opened, a Large Shipment of RITCBT JARS. This Jar stands out on its own for .rresernogj every See son increases the demand for it. Those who have used it declare it to bo the best Jar in the market, as it is absolutely airtight; and as the Jar is now on the marke* at prices which are slightly under other brands, the demand must increase. Each Jar stamped "Ritchie's." Genuine Quality in Jars, l) ""'"*" ! "" !) ans, Brass, Enamel, Aluminium, poons, Paper Covers, Jelly Baga, ivery Necessary Equipment for Preserving. At RITCHIE'S

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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