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kind m> M 1 1 mm Wo make them on the Premises. They are soundly finisneiS,- g:pd special attention is given to the of the Stones. Onr Values cannot be beaten anywherd. Gall in and examine thorn. Ring Specialists .PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN m wsmsm SEAMLESS CQPS»E& H6T WAYSR SUPPLIES ABUNDANCE OF GLEAN HOT WATER YEAR AFTER YEAR. Long after the ordinary seamed Copper Circulator has worn out the " Methven " will be in active use, Supplying abundance of Glean Hot Waier. METHVENS* SEAMLESS COPPER HOT WATER CIRCULATOR Stand greater pressure and give kmger service because they are Seamless and not wea-Jeened , by join's. Further, they are coated inside with ''"'English;' Till to prevent "contamination, are fitted with Patent Spreader for blending the water,' and have a Pa-tent Sludge-hole Door,'enabling them to be easily cteaTi-ed. METHVENS, LTD., Waiters, tartetffn. flfcaHfcflfll NELSON te ,^. •k/c <o. aifw» c" satisfactory. Onlvfrom M GATE'S ~I aV ? f" ?i iMoo.-ir; MOATE'S the best cau TOtl g e t the -* " ■. **- ° ?«* to=J*e the first, cui PURE TEA' TWEWTY-FIVE YEARS I Buy a WHITE Sewing and you will This Firm has t»e<sn selling WHITE Machines for over Thirty-six Years, so you can depend on the statement made. Catalogue sent on request. Prices from £7. AHowamc© made for old Machines. IT* _ • _ ft. _ BSC!TCI.2!S-SErWTNG MACHINES—- "" J WKIKGESS—MANGLBS—SAWN ** 3TOWEB3—CARPET SWBEPHB6 W. MELVILLE i^ir«r TO t .

This large eor&fypwiseab ©f to Mais Beshesr wss; m spigsM paaHd&aft to effect a spe©dy dtes&Me©* iiilll^KCfliiii Lot 1. White Tflffle Robes' ©srarpMmg tuaaa© s&iefe pOTiTjmade and handsomely esaSmaSead. m white -with sufncisaiLu material and trimming for Mssme » *» .• ifO /_. AQ Itt Lot 2. White T«ale Bobea* ®Mmm&&fy turnip skirt partly nmde, to he jdmetL up the back \riMi material audi eiabofoMeary tiimmubg: fear Mcmse to. matdi SiilTfc «• < ««••**»**»»•►* » *a> * ft? J* *L Also embroidered in. Blue and €Mi anal Malfc ami. Gold .....*•»» r - ~ - - - - - * Lot 3. White Yeile Babes* emssMZrts; of emibroidered tuxdc sldrfc, partly made with material asrui triimniiig for blouse. The embpoideary w&tk ©el these robes is most beautifully desigiaed in palepink seem! greem sasd pale- Mete semi The same embroidered £a wMte * ■. Lot 4, White Embroidered Toil© Robe® comprising slkxrt length beautifully embroidered in with sufficient embroidered material for bodice . ' " ' The same embroidered in. pale shades of and pink ~..,»....♦ ik£#/l# ? Ow/ Lot 5. White Voile Robes* skirt piece embroidered shadinr pink and blue embroidery*, embraideEed mataaal to match lot blouse or bodice *•»•>«•***&*•■. 12 iif/ peeial , Also Special Purcfeas© ©f SS-Inch White Jap-Silk 2/& p«r yd m esi&sbsbS LIMITED. We have made Special Arrangements for the contHmoas .-Supply of th« Latest War Photos., direct from the Front, which will be shown in our Windows after each mail, yfT iT^H4fiiiif^:t^i <S£l a When yo i; Infinitely Better and Far Cheaper. Many people using a EUREKA go without Coal Fires all through Summer. JT The Oven of the EUREKA is lined with a Special Non-conducting Substance, which conserves the heat and prevents the Kitchen getting hot and stuffy. $ The powerful Hot Plates boil the kettle in a few minutes. Steady, even heat, regulated by a turn of the tap, makes for Perfect Cooking. There is no tainting of food, no fassy odors. A wipe with a cloth cleans the JUREKA; while a Seven-course Meal can be cooked at a cost of only 2d for Gas. flf Prices, sizes, and other particulars gladlv given. n .11-L-Z TJwufii l ri \i fits - '.!' '4l

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15703, 18 January 1915

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