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I eyesight cannot _ place too great a value upon sound vision.-v.-Perhaps that continual headache-sis • duetto eyestrain. Consult us, and we glasses only if absolutely necessary, I ERNEST M. SANDSTON I Consulting Opticians and Eyeglass Specialists B Sight Testing Rooms, Cashel Street (near Bailantynes) | E. M. SANDSTON B. FALCK 3 5?1454j03

WANTED TO PURCHASE. WANTED TO PURCHASE. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, PIANOS, and SEWING MACHINES. If you wish to Sell, bo suic and give 113 R ring or call. McKENZIE and WILLIS, Auctioneers, Cathedral square (next Post Office). Mc6O2S-51-JS "TyANTED, Ryegrass, Onions, and rota- » ».. {003 (for forward delivery). Wo pay highest Cash Valuo for of Fiist. Grade. J Meagher and Co., 155 Cushcl street. ' B9U WANTED Purchase, tor client. 5 or Groomed House, within '3d 62ction. Prico and repair immaterial. Forcet and Perkins, J33 Colombo street, Sydenham. 1 \j\j~ANTED Purchase, ■i-6-roomed Bunga-j • ' iowr, Marivnle or vicinity. Hine and Co., Land Agents. S3 He-jcford street. 1276 MISCELLANEOUS. WSEJJPLK, Blacksmith, Moorhouse • avenue, will be pleased to eeo all old friends. 1252 McINTYRE'S Extra Strong Periodic Pilia. Recommended by ladiea. 48 6d, chemists and 6tovc6. 82209-424S PHI-IE now Tabl c Knivo3 that cannot rust J- or stain. Think what it means. Stelfield's bcc-t, 335, 42s doz. Minson's. Crsam of -tho News in the British, J» American, Australian, and European Papers about tho Great War appears daily in •"Tho Evening. Nora.'' BLOOMINE is a pains "taking" remedy. All tho difference between having painful corns and not having them is Cd, tho price of "Blcomina" Coin Cure. Sold Everywhere. H4052 PRING BLOSSOM PILLS" Cure Liver Complaints and Indigestion, etc. Are purely herbal, sugar-coated, 6inall pills small dose, small price—Gd and Is Everywhere. Hi 052 PADLOCKS for every purpose. A good choico of Spring Locks, 2 keys each, from Cd. At Mnison's. rr*HE Special "Page for Women" in Saturday s Editions o£ "The Evening News'" appeals to everyone. A Bright Home iuiij-azins. ■ LEFT-OFF Clothing.—Mrs Meagher, Cash Buyer of Gents' Misfits, uoots, Trunks, Portmanteaus, also Ladieo' and Children's Clothing. 123 Lower High street. Letters promptly attended to. .Telephone No. U578. MGI22 "\TILLER Lump 3, all sizes, tabic and lian3■"JL ' iug Lamps, Nickel and BraGS. At ili:i3on'2. LEFT-OFF Clothing.—Mrs fYitchard is a Ca6h Buyer of Gents' Misfit and Leftoil Clothing, Boots, Trunks, Portmanteaus, and Ladies' and Children's Clothing. Spot cash. King up 'Phone 3391, or write 13 Victoria street. • PGO7J GOSSIP for Girlß, Housekeeping Hints, Weekly Fashion Notes, and Reading for Everybody, appear in tho "Pago for Women" in Saturday's Editions of ' XHe Even'ng News." EVERY Daytoriia. sold 6ells another. Tho Davi3 Co. makes them, and Minson's guarantee every ono for ten years. l 1267 EFT-OFF Clothing — ilra Robeon, 203 High street (late of Dunedin), Cash Buyer of Ladies', Gents', and Children's , Lett-off Clothing. Letters attended to. "Phone 3628. RBO2I McINTYRE'S Extra Strong Periodic Pille. Recommended by ladies. 4s Cd, Chemists and Stores. 82209—1210 GOSSIP for Girls, Housekeeping Hints, j Weekly Fashion Notes, and Reading . for Everybody, appear in the "Pago for j Women" in Saturday'# Editions of "Xha i Evening Kewa" j FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Funeral of tho la to H. P. MurrayAynsley v.-ill leave his late residence, ( 38 Holly road, SI. Albans, ou Saturday, February 24th, at 2 p.m., for the Woolston' Cemetery. J. LAMB and SON. 6134 fpHE Friends of the late Annie Elizabeth Tindall ar© invited to attend her Fun- i •oral, leaving lier late residence, 430 Cnshel street This Day (Friday), at 12 p.m.. for the f Linwood Public Cemetery. GEORGE BAICKELL. 1271 3 THE Friends of Edward McAnulty urc c respectfully informed that the Funeral a of his lalo beioved wife, Eliza Helena, will c movo from his xc3ider.ce, Rolloston street, Rakaia, To-day (Friday), February 23rd, 1917, at 10.15 a.m., for the Rakaia Catholic I Church, Requiem Mass at 10.00 a.m., thence E to the Rakaia, Cemetery. BAKEII BROS. j 0130 ' THE Friends of Mr and Mrs P. R. Webb, West Eyreton, are invited to attencT the t Funeral of their infant daughter, leaving their residence, To-day, at 2 o'clock, for the Cusi CcniDtc-ry. G127 ■" 1 c J. LAMB AND SON, . FUNERAL FURNISHER - a / : No. 231 LICHFIELD STREET. e Telephone 539. Established 1-73. L 1 ■ — a AND RHIND, " UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS. ICI Cashel street. 'Phone 812. P.O. Box 523. 1 Herbert Langford. John RhindJ ' -I 19 London street. 105 Montieal street, ii 'Phona CB9. 'Phone IGO3. s LUOI-6851 n "V li George barrel l, r FURNISHING UNDERTAKER. 1 MODERN MOTOR HEARSE A Speciality. FOR FUNERALS ANY DISTANCE. Office 221. Garage: 225 Durham street. 'Phone 721. Night or Day. « H7271 I J. ANDEBSON, TTNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL FUR- | U NISHER, 107 VICTORIA STREET. 'Phono 3803. ■&2191 MOURNING. A RMSTRONG'S Specialise MOURNING. in all Mourning -requirMOURNING. ed. Costumes executed in 24 MOURNING. hourß. A Special DepaxtMOURNING. ment and Workroom is deMOURNING. voted to these needs. MOURNING. Department opened from 8.30 MOURNING, a.m. By ringing up No. MOURNING. 1473 or 101?, you can hav® MOURNING, an experienced Assistant wait MOURNING, upon you- at your own home. A22&J us "T "rpHE Greatest of all Ware," more full? ' A dealt with in tho "Evening Nowa" th than in any other newspaper in tho JDi Dominion. ' I — " I '.HE War is being specially dealt with in "C J- the "Evening New;." to ap extent not 'Ito bo found elscwhei* tm

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 5, Press, Volume LIII, Issue 15833, 23 February 1917

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