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|e*| ■saai—nummwmiia OUR REPUTATION FOR SILK VALUE IS ALWAYS WELL MAINTAINED, Every yard of Silk we sell is Best Quality, and will be found to be thoroughly dependable in wear and washing. TWO EXAMPLES OF THE VALUIB WE OFFES. WHITE JAPANESE SILK, 2;in wide. per yard. Worth 2/6. BETTER VALUE IN SILKS IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OBTAIN, TUSSORE SILK, 34m wide. Special value?; 1/115-1 Worth 2/11, DUNEDIN GEO. CROW, Manager As a Preventive and a Quick Means of Curing this Highly Infectious and Dangerous Disease "The One Reliable Remedy" is mum lu&ftZu o£&r& One Dose will Ward Off An Attack! A Few Doses will Infallibly Cure I PRICE - - ft / Ail Chemists. Act at Once I Don f t Delay! i r ~ J - " J " . x~rrr .irm:ix.'-.~~iir .jss3sssee^esss9 PI I'TO HI SfS^^as^a. Large Assortment of Presemne Jars. Also, iust opened, a Large Shipment of RITCHIE'S VACUUM JARS. This Jar stands our on its own for Preserving; every Season increases the demand for it. Those who have used it declare it to bo the best Jar in the a it is Absolutely cirtight: and as the Jar is now on the* market sit prices which ure slightly under other brands, the demand must increase. Each Jar etainped '_' Ritchie's." Genuine Quality in Jars, Brass Preserving Pans, Brass, Enamel, Aluminium, 1.E.. Rings, Wood Spoons, Paper Covers, Jelly Bags, and Every Necessary Equipment for Preserving. A* l^¥ r !»¥¥!? ? © 39 George -Street (near Oclagoa) iriSHHBI %-ss z\m&mw =s>=ss Good Furniture Moderate 'Hit. DUCHESSE here- illustrated if. one of our most popular .selling lines. It is soundly made of seasoned t;mher ( vrith a large C'hevnl Bevelled Mirror ; and the 'j Antique Fittings just add the i finishing: touch to u piece of Furniture that would grace any . Home. Prices: iff- 39/6, 47/6, 65/, 70/, 80/ to £8 tO/. ""l DUCHESSE TABLES from £5/. BEDROOM CAR! NETS, 25/. TILED-BACK WASHSTANDS. 22/6, 26/, and ss'. TILED-BACK AND MARRLE-TOP WASHSTANDS, 32/6, 43/ up. WARDROBES, with large Bevelled Mirror Fronts, BS/, 118/, 180/ up. REDROOM EASY CHAIRS, in Cretonne, 22/6. Wo are showing some NEW CONCEPTIONS in DRAWING AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE DF,?JCNS. Our prices, as usual, tempt the shrewd buyer. VISIT OUR BHOW ROOM. RATTRAY ST„ DUNEDIN.

HE Best is always the most economical. i ALT By Royal Appointment to H.M. The King. Or, better still, let us do it for yoo,' We are Specialists in Spectacle© (with Certificate), TOTClatifißfe ir.Wiiii CHEMISTS AND OPTJCIANSb m PRINCES STREET mnmM km m& BffiH" if m m ffl «sa WRPfIB MMUPf *&& s-s£l yes WBSSSL w mMmm «*« srs«« rvrvi ..Jtii iHJ FY A MTOFHI BY US BEFORE SCHOOL \ TAKES UP » e ,j Don't send h:m to school || suffering the handicap of De- || fective Sight. It will keep § him hack in his studies, in H sport and other pastimes, and 1 may do injury which he will m HMSSI32 HiSWli Prompt attention hy our Fully-qualified Opticians will relieve all ensure Sound, Healthy Sipht, and Bend him to school with a new interest in his lessons and games. Consulting OpllciaoSe II For Examining Eyes and Advising as to Spectacles we have two Fully-qualified Opticians, holding every recognised English qualification— Mr Geo. Chance, D.8.0.A., F. 1.0. (London), and Mr W. Dawson, F.8.0.A., F.S.M.O. (Lo r\.). Expert Advice can be relied on from hoth these Gentlemen. Jewellers and Opticians 1 CORNER PRINCE ST. ' | and MORAY PLACE'. I

.«■ When you ha-va a EUREKA GAS COOKE" ia your Homo you not only Suva the Wori Heat, Dirt.iind Discomfort "of Ooal, but Cook Infinitely Better and Far Cheaper. Many people using a EUREKA go without C<jal .I'Mres all through Slimmer, <T 'J'ho Oven of tho EUREKA' is lined with a Special Non-conducting Substance, which conserves the heat and prevents the Kitchen getting hot and stuffy, r The powerful Hot- Plates boil the kettle* in n ft"tv minutes. Steady, even heat, regulated by a turn ef the tap, makes i'or Perfect (booking- Titer© ia no tainting of food, no gassy odors. A wipe with a cloth cleans the EUREKA; while a Seven-course Meal can be cooked at a cost of only 2d for Gas. «y Prices, siaes. and other particulars gladly given. Stuart Street piw&£>m ***mmm*»mimm*m

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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