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WATCH REPAIRING M WILLIA Can You Trust || You? Watch Or arr you cons! rooting it' to Time ” P It will trouble to Ist right for you. 3 noecls ovorbaulin Skilful Pepairim ;;hy cor- '• Station -arc vou ; put it probably We do and our Charges Fonnble. always 13 eaFrinces St. Dunedin Da Try hj itr ”9 A F.srrSDLMS.E " PFfr EF, A Delightful Change ! Try it at “Afternoon. Tea,” for Breakfast, Sapper, an ,d vrhen Picnicking during the S emmer. Tiio Coffee with the lufcious reive:v taste and rtado-in-a. ./-instant! Prepared by Strang’s ‘secret Process. David Strang, Ltd., Invercargill,

Remarkable Showing of White Embroidered Voile Novelty Robes . . , . This large consignment of unmade Rohes was a. special purchase by our Home Buyer for the Spring Trade, but owing to their late arrival we have marked them at exceptionally low prices to died; a speedy clearance. NO TWO ALIKE Lot 1. White Voile Robes comprisin made and handsomely embroidered in material and trimming for blouse . , g 1 nnic shirt partly white with sufficient • 42/- 49/6 Lot 2. White Voile Robes, elaborately skirt partly made, to be joined up the material and embroidery trimming for skirt . o embroidered tunic back only, with blouse to match 63/Also Gold embroidered in Blue and Gold and Pm;: and Lot 3. White Voile Lobes, consisting of handsomely embroidered tunic skirt, partly made with material and trimming for blouse. The embroidery work on these robes is most beautifully designed in pale pink and green and pale blue and green . . • gg /@ The same embroidered in white *•••••« 75 1Lot 4, White Embroidered Voile holies comprising skirl length beautifully embroidered in while with sufficient embroidered material im hofe . 27/6, 45/-, 55/The same embroidered in pale shades of hi | j m Lot 5. White Voile. Rohes, skirt piece embroidered shadow pink and blue embroidery, embroidered material to match for blouse or bodice . c .......... 4 ss/„ Also Special Purchase of 36-inch White; Jap Silhr2/6 per. yd. H r l:'|;hV "i rx LIMITED. Wc have made Special Arranejements tor the ccntlnnous-Shppiy' oi the Latest War Photos., direct Loin the Front,-which will be■ shown. in our Windows after each mail. ri.T.v. r /eflßßgjgaaßgßemsßigag:

X -fww t‘X:~ .'- ' ■--_~V- - A/ Vw V B # f fAH ;i s Straw Hats the idsal Summer Hat. £Sk V &. assfe ;>T/ d'hj£* X>* The Newest and Most romHnHT obtainable at Arthur's. Leathers. !ms l.n be adjusted ruiriK thus conforms to t fits case and holds of its blowing off. Plain Prices Tin's Style has Band-"-a new idea, of fmelv-plailed st wear; fitted with “ 1 up to date. Price* 7/S. ¥ tc&& I ®J?s T ? 5^ £&. s-aa 'CA« ndjfc£?ii ’•«* l^tasuS Merchant Tailors, Hatters, and Men’s Mercers, 12, 14, 16, and 18 GEORGE STREET. Bgafl^iaanMSHryui'Mm I N order to have to the 'Star' out in food oOJICK 1(i AOVKRT; ml itn ? o::ob!e 4o da.-Tiy I' Kit! K N eft ha,, Ouv ' in niter noon. y tanuui ho vlan-ified, < 1 request Advertisers to !’ F hare the 'Star’ out in good i t« iinjjoiiilile to clatsify TKi.U'iiON'i-; l.RlOiliS .EASILY AdvonionKnit* that, come in after u, T. in V.V.-U .-I-u in S»v.y...A or Alter this hour they cannot he cia.“s;:uvi. r'-nd We would therefore request Advcrthcrs te nine, n Advcrmi-muiits 1 hat After this hour tie We would then. 1 fore . , _ . bear tliji iu mind, and send in their lech to the tender, and occauDually there kindly bear this in mind, iir.d ««jA ir iceir Orders Early. ' *re ilAcoticeutioiis in lust ruction* Order* iiarir.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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