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■• ' ■r ■ ' ■ 'if 1 '■• : ■■„.• '| ■. . '. | _ A^FEW^REMINDERS !& / . °-:\ ";. ■ | In our Showroom we are making a charming display The Latest in New and' Correct Neckwear NVvclf:cs | of the very newest in Trimmed & Ready to Wear Millinery * now showing at Cuijjms'. * 'i | 3 the prices of which are Sure to Please. SWISS EMBROIDERY.-A late delivery of f-wSI | I Just Opened—A Lovely Assortment of Ladies' and Goods, in New Designs, from y 2 to 45-inch ! Children's Underclothing comprising dainty Nightdresses . ~ in Voile, Organdie, Mercerised Muslin and C?n:brk f ' \ \ Chemises, Knickers, Camisoles, Princess Skirts, Silk _ Embroidery. Direct from the Manufacturers. „ \ and Cotton Bloomers, Combinations, Vests, etc. all sl.es I Nqw Showing ft lafge vadety of D^^riZ'. •■ ■ SfJMMER FROCKS & BLOUSES in Silk, Crepe de Chine I Smart, Dainty and Exclusive Designs, at Good Value f >| ] Muslins, Pique Cambrics, Plain and Hand Embroidered I Prices. _. I 1| I • 1 Voiles with the popular Roll Collar or Semi-Military J_ Christmas Furnishings.—Please Note we are heaviv ' ' Collar, m a great Variety of Styles and Colours. and well stoc ked in all furnishing lines: Table Damat;Vs \ Hosiery and Gloves.-A direct shipment to hand of Napery Sheetings^Calicoes, o»rtoiM, Pkin and Jhx : \ \ Morley's Celebrated and Reliable Hosiery, in Silk, dered Casement Cloths, Patent Satin Marcella^aiM j , Lisle, Cashmere, and Cotton-silk "clocked/ Embroid- Honeycomb Quilts, Linen Bed Spreads, Towels, etc. •■ ered, Lace and Plain. Gloves—Fabric, Kid, and Linoleums, Floor Cloths, Carpets, and Hearth k.ug.s, f Suede, in new shades. "Al" Value. all at old prices. i GEO. CULLEN &CO., Direct Importers, Pollen St., THAMESi

Why Ladies Prefer Coakley's I For Groceries. I In spite of plenty of opposition >* * jfts'ra ©(5 TSTP1 Ss?]| we still maintain our reputation \\. It is because we give the values v^^P^lulJ^lloi^il that appeal to the careful shopper i&lHr' There is freshness — sweetness **ir^JffitrL ""^ ~rft and cleanliness in our stock that /^N. attracts those who like purity in i^^^w^t^T^^l / their Groceries. *m®X/SlwC^X Our stock if* continually timed V^y over and kept fresh —new lines are constantly being added _ —our delivery system is regular and accurate and ii every ! way we study your wishes and convenience. j We can give you full satisfaction! | We ask a trial order from you so that we can prove to you t how satisfactory o«r values are. . j COAKLEY & CO., j "The Store of Best Va^s" 1 POLLEIN & WILLOUGHBY STS., THAMES. I 'Phone 15p 1

0 {^~ >&&&v~"<&<3(*yzr >~v€) (sysrMrO Cj . who. 13 d f—^ — a L "VTo;'i>eceßMty to ask thin ques- ~) 5* ll 1 tion, but just pause and 2 y reflect upon his prowess in saving *^ r* the Auckland district from being 6 " cut off from the staff of life dur- €) ing the late unfortunate strike, ' & "T\ without taking auy advantage in Qj <£ r.i-ice! Now tie sad war is , (^ raging,, through the madness of 3 P one whose actfoms denude him of j £) being called a man in any humane 7) country. Yet tl 0 self-sacrificing G p "CHAMPION' at this critical Q C juncture, for the We of humanity <y k atid for his noble boiih who are j S£ fighting for the just freedom of 2 V hk »STANDAKD," has prowr ised to supply and euetain the V inner wants when others hesitate S C) at doing so. &' "f What does he ask for S k> these Munificent Acts ? C\ . (< X Why, only the free use of . Aj I "Champion" 1 o MUSCLE-RAISER FLOUR | I "Standard" i ROLLEB OATS AND I c OflTflEtL. | t!g Which is more preferable to g» . "Champion" than a Knight- 3 hood! \

'LVa of the best known raoinsr cyclists of Franco in Leon Hourlier and L. €omes, were; recently kill'Sd in an aeropLano accident in the Champagne^ district. Bofhl were alttadbed to thoi Aeroplane Squadron oni the Frenc-hi front. Aimong 1 Houi'lier's cycling.successes were tL© championship of Fran-ce in ( 190!), 1911, and 1014, \vihikt he a.lso> "won the Frencih Grand Prix in 1912 and IM4.

In these days when every penny ji^^ must c watched, use the best bHP and most economical tea — : s Stocked by A. Burn*, W. Wood au d Son. Eju«or En*., Cotkley T!d (b., X. Galloway and W%Uac« ud Oo

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Thames Star, Issue 14984, 3 January 1916

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