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«iWHAT'S YOUR TIME WORTH? Too much to be lightly lost—that's a certainty. Have a check on your minutes. Keep a Watch you can trust. We can show you the light kind—reliable and not expensive. 25/- and 30/G. & T. YOUNG LIMITED, The Dependable Watchmakers. P.O. Bos 22. 'Phone 167. GREAT WHITE SALE COMMENCE on. FRIDAY. EVERYTHING WHITE REDUCED. W. AIKENHEAD, Cash Draper. PURITY. A SPLENDID TONIC DRINK For the Warm Weather. THOMSON'S XX TABLE ALE. Ideal for Lunch or Supper. TRY IT. See that you get the "PURITY" BRAND. THOMSON AND CO., Aerated Water Manufacturers,, TYNE STREET, Oamaru. OFFICE HOURS: S a.m. to 12 Noon. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone 307. LADIES' COLD WRISTLET WATCHES. With Strap or Gold Expanding Bangles. These Watches are both convenient and attractive, and will always be in demand. We have a Fine Assortment from £4 10/- to £lO. W. STRACHAN, The Dependable Watchmaker. ROLL OF HONOR. BRYDEN.—On October 12th, 1917, killed in action in Flanders, Rifleman Thomas James Bryden, 25th Reinforcements, elder son of the late Thomas and Barbara Brydone, Invercargill, and brother of Mrs John Miller, Tweed street. Oamaru. He did his duty. 900 NELSON. —Reported killed in action in France in October, 1917, Rifleman David Nelson, beloved second son or George and Fanny Nelson, of Windsor; aged 35 years. God's will be done. "0DEATHS. HASTIE. —On the 12th November, 1917, at her late residence, Ouse street, Margaret Coburn, beloved wif<s of the late Thos. Hastie; in her 88th year. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral, which will leave her late residence at 3 p.m. on Thursday, the 15th infit.. for the Oamaru _ Cemetery. ■ Pjtt.p and O'Brien. ggg Undertakers. CALLAGHAN.—On the 12th November. 1917, at Oamaru, Susan, eldest and dearly beloved daughter ot Henry and the late Bridget Callaghan, of Ardgowan; aged 37 years. R.I.P. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will leave her parents' residence, Ardgowan. at 1 pm. on Thursday, the 15th inst., via Basilica, for the Oamaru Cemetery Philp and O'Brien, Undertakers. TACKSON.—On-the 14th November, 1917. at his residence, Scotlandwell, Ure street, Robert Jackson, the beloved husband of Jane Jackson, late of Rockvale, Weston. Friends are invited to kindly attend tlie funeral, which will leave his late residence for the Oamaru Cemetery at 2 p.m. on Friday, 16th v G L. Gremell, 508 Funeral Director.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Oamaru Mail, Volume XLIXI, Issue 13306, 14 November 1917

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Oamaru Mail, Volume XLIXI, Issue 13306, 14 November 1917

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