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smtm?. m & by day for six days it carries all the dirty clothesthen on the seventh, it does duty in the wash-house, carrying bigbundles ; of wet clothes out to the line and bringing them back in. the evening, perhaps still damp. j . A CLOTHES BASKET HAS TO BE UNUSUALLY STKONG. to stand the strain. It has. to be made of good hard, sturdy cane that won't easily rot, and it has to be- perfectly wove*t so as to carry the heavy weights imposed upon it on Blue Monday. THERE'S YEARS OF SERVICE IN THE WICKER BASKETS AT WATSON'S. ( They're from a foremost wicker worker whose productions wo can honestly recommend. Direct buying accounts for the following low prices:- 1 - * . _ m m , «6 i(K6 WE'LL GLADLY SEND ONE IP YOO CANNOT CALL. f UNIVERSAL *mmmmm> i Palmerston North. Box m.< / ... Strong Working Boots. GUARANTEED GO©D WEAR. MEN'S BEST KIP NAILED SHOOTERS, well pegged, Easy Fitting. Whole jßacks, with no seam, Picked rather, 18s <>d. The best shooter made baa a full Tongue. , MEN'S SPLIT KIP NAILED SHOOTERS. Lighter bat exactly flame ityje as above, 16a 6d. JMEN'S KIP NAILED SHOOTERS, % TONGUE, No Toe Cap, well Pegged, Wide Back Strap, Grand Value at 16s 6d. MEN'S SPLIT KIP NAILED SHOOTERS, well pegged, % Tongue and Toe Caps. Special Cut Price, 12s 6d. SOUTHS' NAILED SHOOTE»Sfor STEONG WEAB, 11 to 1, 9s fld; 8 and 3, 10s 6d; 4 and 5, lis fld. GOOD WEAE IN EVEBY PAIS. \ Hannah & Cm. THE SQUABB, PALMEBSTON NOBTH. BURTO BEEWBD AMD HOSfWSS ** t*LMHU!ZTOi* NOBTH. THQ2HB *B.

[NION STEAM SHIP COMPANY 1 OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Weather and circumstances permitting Subject to alterations without notice. LYTTELTCHS. 1 Maori Wednesday July 5 7.45 p.m. Mararoa Thursday July 6 7.45 p.m. Maori «*rjday ' July 7 7.45 p.m. Mararo* «w»turday July 8 11 p.m. through rail tlcketa and labels issued. Cargo till 3 p.m. only. All Fewf Steamers sail from new Wharf. ■ i KAPIEIL SrtSBOENE; AND AUCKLAND. Monawai Monday July 20 5 p.m. LYTTELTQN AND DONEDIN. Monowai Tuesday July 4 5 p.m. Moeraki Thursday July 20 5 p.m. J Receiving cargo for Invoreargill *t k transhipment rat»s.. I ttEW fLiMCUTH TO ONEHUNGA. fcarawa leaves New Plymouth on Tuesdays.and Fridays on arrival of M-il Tth a from Wellington. MELBOUBNE. Paloona Saturday July 1 noon SYDNEY AND HOBABT. Manuka Thursday July 13 5 p.m. Twin Screw Steamers. Wireless 'lVleeraphv. PICTON (BLENHEIM), NELSON: Pateena Wednesday July 5 12.45 p.m. Pateena Friday July 7 7.40 p.m. Pateena Monday July 10 12.45 p.m. Pateena Wednesday JulyJ2 12.45,pjn. WESTVOBT, "GBELMOUTH (HOKITIKA). Mapourika Wednesday July 5 noon *Cargo till 3 p.m. FIJI (Suva), TONGA (Nukualofa, Haapai, Vavan), APIA (Samoa): Talune Monday July 24 From Auckland: ~~sHr*'RANCISCO. RABATONQA AND TAHITI. Maitai Thursday July 20 3 p.m. From Wellington: ROUTE. ' Anttralia, New Zealand, Canada, via Fiji and Honolulu. fcnadlan-Angtralian B.M. *£"*» ** with OanadiaK»Pae»« Railway. STEAMERS WILL SAILjFrom From. flUlinim Sydney. Auckland il wn ... July 6 July 11 * a *Z\ ".... Aug. 3 Aug 8 i a .t-M davs' interval thereaffc W Borne of *[g*g* ■£* -„ nt fche world to all parti oi XX &£Z .*•*.*2* W» * *MB CO., PalK'ernton North, or ITNION 8.8. CO. OF N.Z., L™-» WeQinfto*. mn WELLINGTON. 8.8. QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. Leaves FOXTON every ™J3SpAT, For froi • aODXBoV. ELLIOT AND CO.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Manawatu Times, Volume XL, Issue 13443, 5 July 1916

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Manawatu Times, Volume XL, Issue 13443, 5 July 1916

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