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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS!. TOMATOES. - TOMATOES. - SPECIAL FOR THIS EVENING. 5,0001b HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, 6d per lb. G. ESSEX AND CO.. Ld« 206 PRINCES .STREET SOUTH (opp. Harries Auction Rooms). THE LATE EIRE AT \ PENROSE'S. THE CONDITION OF THE STOCK. CAUSES WHICH DELAY THE REOPENING OF THE STORE. npHE fire, which started in one of the ■work rooms, spread to tho Mantle and Show Rooms, and destroyed completely before it could be. cheeked more than half the coning. The fire did not reach the ground floor, though the whole of the stock in. the main portion of tho shop has been damaged by water, which, canio pouring through the, junctions of the steel ceiling in miniature cataracts. Evorythiug In Penrose's store hns been assessed by the insurance companies, but mus l ; now be handled a second lima by tho stiff and marked off ready for the sale, which is to begin next In tho Estate of the late GEORGE TRAIN.. Retired Customs-house Official, late •■•' """'•••> Dunedin. A IL PERSONS having CLAIMS against j."\ ihe above Estate nro requested io UENDER ACCOUNTS as duo on 26th October, 1914, duly verified, and showing full particulars, to tho undersigned not later than the 31st. day of January, 1915. THE' PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Rattrav street, Dunedin; or Messrs REID AND BUNDLE, Solicitors, Duuediu. E ARE GOING TO HENLEY AGAIN FOR OUR PICNIC THIS Arrangements mm. Everything you want. SALE NEWS, OUR GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE oirmieno;-?s JANUARY 21st, at 9 a.m. sharp, So-izo this chance io get. the best, and incest ba-rcraius ever vou got. The moneyrWEEPTNG REDUCTIONS IN EVERY LINE OF LADIES' OUTFITTING Ai. the UNIQUE STORE S, Stuart street. "THE Bit; VALUE HOUSE." ULSTER EOR EVER! We hold the Largest Stock of REAL IRISH LINEN TOWELS in Dunedin. Theso Towels will lust tor years, and are medically recommended for the skin. 24in by 40in, Is 6d each. 22m by 38in, 2s to 2s 9d each. 24in by lOin, Old Blench, 2s to 7s 6d each. KILItOY AND SUTHERLAND, 192-200 PRINCES STREET. PACIFIC: STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. jTOTICEI IS HEREBY GIVEN that, a J3i MEETING OF .SHAREHOLDERS wilt 1,0 held at the Society's Oliice, 109 King Edward street, Dimediu," on FRIDAY, January 29th, at 8 p.m., when the following Appropriations will be disposed of: No. 1 GROUP: 66th Appropriation of £SOO bv Premium B-illot. 67th Apnroprialion of £SCO by Free Ballot. No. 2 GROUP: 14th Appropriation of £SOO bv Premium Ballot. ' Members in arrcar do not participate. Shares in "Nd. 2 Group are still available. WILLIAM B. TAVERNER LODGE HIRAM, No. 46, N.Z.C. OFFICERS and Brethren are directed to attend ihe Funeral of our late Brother John Sharp at Anderson's Bay Cemetery on FRIDAY, 22nd nut. A ear leaves Post Office at 2.45 p.m. Brethren of other lodges an* invited to i.ttend. Bv order of tho W.M. J. A. P. EREDRIC, Secretary. 'HE CHRIST-CHURCH MEAT COMPANY, LIMITED. BURNSIDE FREEZING WORKS. r sYHE ABOVE WORKS will REOPEN FOE THE SEASON ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1915. Clients -who require space are requested to mako early application. i'HE CHKISTGHURCH MEAT CO., LTD., Liverpool street. i

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915