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Important Announcement, Although The Dresden Piano Company's name has become a. household word throughout the Dominion, it has been decided to relinquish this familiar title and to adopt in its place that of When the business started, over 32 years ago, the name "The Dresden," being honorably associated with all that was best in Mus'c and Art, was chosen as a good trading title, but, despite its wellearned popularity, there can be no doubt it is no longer acceptable for an ~ ' .. "7^, ANY The Shareholders and Directors are, without exception, BntlsK born and bred, and are all resident under the British flag; there is not, nor has there ever been, one single shilling of anything but British Capital used or invested in the business; and as Bristol is the birthplace of the Founder and present Chairman of Directors of the Company, the Public will fully appreciate the change of title to that of

m\ Cfte €tigltsD Getifk—'s Summer * . J. AND J. ARTHUR, LTD., have to announce the OPENING UP OF NEW STOCKS OF ENGLISH-MADE UNDERWEAR, light ia weights, for Summer. . * * » * » * WHITE INDIAN GAUZE UNDERSHIRTS, exceedingly soft and comfortable, adapted to the most sensitive skins; half-sleeves; in " Ordinary," " Out Sizes," and " Extra O.S."—sises to fit any Gentleman „ PRICES: ist Quality Men's, 3/6 J 0.5., 3/0. 2nd Quality Men's, 2/6 ; 0.5., 2/9 J Extra 0.5., 3/3. EXTRA FINE COTTON UNDERWEAR, IN! ARTISTIC COLORS. Perfect Under-garmenta for Hot Weather. Singlets with half-sleeves; Underpants with light-weight sateen bands. Sizes to fit Slim, Ordinary, and Out-sized Men. All marked at the Uniform and Special Selling Price of 2/11 per Garment. ... . » * ... » ; » , MERCHANT TAILORS and MEN'S MERCERS. 12,14, 16 & 18 George Street * «****^^?M-^Mt*^^*******»**#******«*«********?s SSffiffi BhMkl People Like the Flavor! Housewives Like the Price! There's & something, a. "Tans" or piquant "Snap," ia the flavor of the celebrated tv v m at"® ® ia 9 IVieioUiisJti § Worcester Sauce which strongly appeals to the taut® of almost everybody I The enormous demand testifies to its popularity, Not surpassed by the most expensive imported brands, Housewives can yot purchase it for less than half the price of those. Melhuish's " Oriental Relish " eiafl Pickles are very fine. Try them I ' Some of the things thai "HE " , is sure to like. Here's such a wide variety of suitable Giftsseasonable, smart, correct, and useful things that every Man wants. The "PROBLEM" of that Gift for Dad, Brother, or "Boy" will solve itself when you see these. Here are a few suggestions:—SMAßT TIES, FANCY SOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. SOX LINKS, ETC. ■L TAYLOR'S CITY HATONEUM Estab. 1869. 153 RATTRAY STREET* Eetab. 18G8. . „Jmm The Rug Superb! TOURISTS ire charmed and delighted vith the Exquisite, Soft ? ieecinesß and the Distinctive Beauty of the MOSGIEL HI Tii RUG* & purchased by H.M. the Kins Sold at all the Bolt ShoDB. K<» olaMUlnf the blood of ill tapnrt. ties from T?hato?er cauao arising, there "" is no other medioina just ru koo(1 m Clabkk'i uloot) Mixtork—that'n why In so many nn of Eczerae, Bod Lop, Abscaasen, Boils, Bore* of all kinds. Piles, Glandular Swellings, Blood I Poison, Rheumatism, Gout, 4c, It has effect**! trnly remarkable core* wkara all other trsfttintHtta Bar* lolled. It will do the cams ton yos. SSiSetES MIL « MM & BLOOD DISUSES. 6? aB Shomlrt* ni«J Storm. -. r z. »-=»r-j~*a». The Season for FRUIT AND JAM i's drawing nigh, and we are prepared to supply the necessary wants at a moderate price. BOTTLES and JARS. PRESERVING BOTTLES. lillllll ' ililllllliliU Screw Top, Narrow and Wide Mouth. HI PRESERVING BOTTLES. Wide Mouth, with Glass Top. ■lll fJlliili l pint aQd x Quart - JAM JARS. 1111111 Hill lib, with Tin Lids. W- ' 21b Glass, to take Paper Covers. PAPER COVERS, to suit lib and 21b Glass Jars 6d per packet. BRASS JAM PANS 8/6 to 19/©. SCALES -FOR WEIGHING, complete with Weights 21h dowa. 6/6 oomptete. GEORGE ST. IRONMONGERY CO. 243 GEORGE ST., Near Hanover St. faaiaJUML^fiH

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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