Can''Be - Certain. 01 getting the -utmost value * for your money when you . buy you. Groceries and “Pto*. visions'"-at Wardells'l For the following reasons:-—* fst—WARDELLS’ PRICES 'are the Lowesf always. No Firm is permitted to undersell Wardells* Their reputation for rock-bottom prices is thoroughly established and generally recognised. They buy in immense quantities, and sell on a small margin of profit. 2nd. —The QUALITY of Wardells’ Groceries tad provisions is of the Best! Fresh, pure, tad wholesome goods of a reliable and high-gifade standard. Full weights and rigid cleanlihfess go to make Wardells 5 Groceries all that. thft most particular housewife could wish for,. Srd.—WARDELLS 5 COUPONS, given with every ■ cash purchase, represent substantial and genuine concessions. The Coupons are exchangeable for Goods of real utility and value, tad enable the housewife to secure many, articles for her home, free of all actual cost. Thousands of housewives can testify to the genuine and undoubted money-saving advantages enjoyed by dealing- on WARDELLS 5 CASH-CHECK SYSTEM. Why should YOl ? not be one of the number? Begin NOW, in the early-part of this xitva year, and you will soon learn by actual experience the wisdom of this important gtep. A f i u Mini ill fi\ GROCERS, TEA AND PROVISION . MERCHANTS W GEOEGE STREET Mil) At tlie © OUR REPUTATION FOR SILK VALUE IS ALWAYS WELL MARITARJED. 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, 2fm wide. 1/11£ per yard. Worth 2/6, BETTER VALUE IN SILKS IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OBTAIN. TUSSORE SILK, 34in wide. Special valwe t 1/11£. Worth 2/1 L ’sill DUNEDIN GEO. CROW, Manager Yyrfri ju^-y.v.i-cv-gi kli3^: *■' “ jv C , rx4 liood urmture At Moderate Prices ! ijs C I 1 vi ' *** f* !• j I L ■ Ilia DUCHESSE here illustrated is one of crar most popular selling lines. It is soundly made of seasoned timber, with a largo. Obcval Beyc.il ed Mirror; and the Antique Fittings just add the finishing touch to a piece of Furniture that would grace any Homo. Prices; 39 8, 47/6, 65/, 78/, 90/ to £8 10/. DUCHESSE TABLES from 25/. BEDROOM CABINETS, 25/. TILED-BACK WASHSTANDS 22/3, 25/, and 35/. TILED-BACK AND MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS, 32/8. 48/ up. WARDROBES, with largo Bevelled Mirror Fronts, SO/, 110/, 130/ no. BEDROOM EASY CHAIRS, in Cretonne, 22/6. Wo aro showing soruo NEW CONCEPTIONS in DRAWING AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE DESIGNS. Our price®, aa usual, tempt the shrewd buyer, VISIT OUR SHOW ROOM, Sal v^— - "• - 1 ; n RATTRAY ST., DUNEDIN.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
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