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[rnpfiai fay! mm s?w *mM^MM3*ssm i^ss&s p-hSSp Esmsswg I WffIATJS MECCANO? I ' ' st*»! StrJjSs and Angles, Rotfe, Csar "Hlfhflets, Puffsya, l?o?tai etwj I Mute, etc., etc.—all ih® Smarts nessssary to mahe WQi*fisK€S 1 MODELS OF MECHANICAL AF>fL|ANCES. 1 STRONG, ENDURING"! 1 Every Port is S»S!d an«? Urfbreakabfa— fssentfalsy- BritlStt—cheaper- | t|iarj many 'Simif- .Cpntlnesstal Toys, ansi vastly-finere Interestingl | Flva Sfeea .., ,». **' **♦' t«. ■+** wN«» &• t- 2. 3. T \ Mc© jtor'Ssf' r„; &;■ ;;; -;; s/? fi/g« Wfl« 28/. I ftSa&es Mfitfeia .« >'ii I «JK*KK*. GENERAL iRO'NiOMGEBS, ' 1 pRgRSOSd STREET <£®pp. Bairk of few ©yNEDIE& oßSßigßa^ffisStoß^ At the OUR REPUTATION FOR SILK VALUE - SS 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 VALUES WE OFFER. WHITE JAPANESE SILK, 2/in wide. 1/11? P6l" yard. Worth 2/6. SETTER VALUE IN SILKS IT iS IMPOSSIBLE TO OBTAEH, TUSSORE SILK, 34m wide. Special value t 1/11£. Worth 2/11, DUNEDIN GEO. CROW, Manager i-aasfflssasW&Bmaasjse ?'feiaiWßfeai<w | %■ tpmasw* ji-^mM ggfjSSS^P? wmm im mm&m Good Furniture Moderate Prices ! The DUCHESSE hero illustrated is one of our most popular selling lilies. It is soundly made of .seasoned timber, with a large Chevol Bevelled Mirror; and the Antique Fittings ju.sc add the iinishine; touch to a piece of Furniture that would grace any sri Homo. \i Prices: «-. 39/6, 47/6, 65/ 1 70/, 99/ to £9 10/. MJCHESSE TABLES from 25/. HEDROOM CABINETS, 2S/. ILED-BAOK "VYASIISTANDB, 22-S, 25/, and 35/. ILED-BACK AND MARBLE-TOP WASI [STANDS. 32/6, 45/ .'ARIMOHES, with large Bevelled Mirror Fronts. 90/, 110/, 130/ up. EDROOM EASY CHAIRS, in. Cretonne, 22/6. We ere shouino; some NEW CONCEPTIONS in DRAM.VO NT) DINING ROOM FURNITURE DESIGNS. Our prices, as sual, tempt the shrewd buyer. VISIT Ol'R SHOW ROOM. I RATTRAY ST., DUNEDIN, Mfflsl!tijst tmt^«mmmimm^ ilH^ zf*& 3 Season for FRUIT AND ,7 Ail is drawing prepared to supply the necessary wants at a >h, nnd we ar» derate. prioe. BOTTLES and JAMS. PRESERVING BOTTLES. 1 Pint and 1 Quart. Screw Top, Narrow and Wide Mouth. PRESERVING BOTTLES. "Wido Mouth, with Glass Top. 1 Pint and 1 Quart. 1 ill JAM JARftiiil! 11l llilllf I m < with Tin Lids - PAPER COVERS, to Ruit Hh and 21b Glass Jars Gd per packet. BRASS JAM PANS 8/S to 19/0. SCALES FOR WEIGHING, complete with Weights 21b down. 5/6 complete. tijk'iniii 24S GEORGE ST., Near Hanover St.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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