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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. WSATKBB GAUGB AT NOON TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY. Barometer rising. SCIENCE AND SKILL IN FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS. npHE Ingredients that enter into your A Prescription play an important part, but the way thsse ingredients arc mixed is equally as important. Science as well as skill must be brought to bear upon every prescription if the best results are to be j expected. The patients deserve the best results, also your doctor. Your prescription represents his skilled diagnosis. When wu til! your prescription it represents our skilful compounding and the results of modem scientific advancement. We solicit the oppor- . unity to fill your prescriptions. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Send your Prescription to CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS. HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephones 546, 552. Residence 3,055. The Home of Modern Dentistry. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS Kfcfc*- -iltE UODEKATB \nr »Ra\TEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET JORDAN. PITTAR. AND HENAGHAV. £to«k Exchange Building*. WOMEN'S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, 1893-1914. 4 PAMPHLET, containing the opinions oi J\. ihose who assisted to pass the Electoral Act of 1893. under which the Women of this Dominion gained the Parliamentary Vote, can be obtained at this Office. PRICE THREEPENCE. =mBUHY FORWARDING COMPANY, LIMITED. Office : No. 7 Crawford street (N.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Specialty. Telephone: Office, 2,304; after 5 p.m., 1,128. nno live ioo years. Sleep 8 hours. Exercise. Cultivate peace of mind. Be an optimist. Do good to your fellows. Eat in moderation well-cooked meals, to Ensure which use WARONUI COAL, The Most Economical. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. mUE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., 1 PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over the tame to the ' Star' Runners for Distribution with tho • Star,' which is delivered at nearly every house- 1 in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in ill© Country.
BURTON AND PATTERSON, Telephone ibU Telephone 380. PROPERTIES FOR GALE, CITY AND SUBURBS. NORTH DUNEDIN —Modern Residence of 7 rooms; verandah, bay windows, electric li"ht- drained to Drainage Board regulations, and all other modern conveniences. This 'is a very nice house, and worth while inspecting. The priee is one that should THIS IS C \ a NICE NATTY HOME FOR SOMEONE.—Situated slightly on the rise, and within five minutes' walk of the town- House of 4 rooms: verandah and bay ; draintd. washhouse, and everything in tip-top titer. The section is lcacchold and lias 21 years to run. The ground »nt is very low. EASY TERMS can bo arranged for the purchase of this property. KOSLYN (handy to the car).—7-roomed Residence; modern design, plastered, bay windows "as hot and cold water; drained to sewer; and everything modern and up to d'lte' There is a nice garden and lawn. Easy terms can also be arranged for tins 'monertv. A small deposit will be accepted, and the balance by arrangement. ST KILDA CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, 102 ft by 40ft, together with " House* return verandah, electric light, hj. and c. water, and every moder ment. 'This house has only been built a little over two years, so every tiling is new and fresh. If vou wish to inspect any of the above Properties, just ring us up, or send us a note, and we will be pleased to give you fuller information. BURTON AND PATTERSON, LAN 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN. k N. AND E. S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, nURVEYOttS, Srt-.-iß.fc, AiND L.ASD Bi.ujKu.KS, Etc, DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hotel). GREAT CITY SACRIFICE (on rise, 7 minutes' walk from Post Office).—Full i-acre Section, with a 5-roomed House and » 4-roomed Cottage thereon: let at 21s per week to good tenants; modern sanitation; and the view from these houses is one of tho finest in Dimedin, and an exceptionally warm and sunny position. This is a genuine bargain, and the land alone is worth more than the r"' ict - asked for the lot. Doivt delay. Terms, £425. . , . £lO DEPOSIT and balance at 4 per cent, interest purchases close lit section and Workshops, first-class House of 6 Rooms, bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs: workshop; good freehold section; sanitary conveniences: asphalt piths and yard. This is a good home, and the terms are exceptional. Great sacriliee. Must sell. SMALL BUSINESS PROPOSITION.—CIose Ogg's Corner: Fine litFic Shop, with Tkroeroomed DwelLng; bath, electric light, and all conveniences attached; valuable freehold corner section; small garden. This is a splendid business corner, and at the price Hit property is being sacrificed. Small deposit. Ihe lot, £3OO. CLOSE POPULAR SEASIDE RESORT.—SS Acres Bush Land; 33 acre, cleared and under cultivation; 5-roomed verandah House, also 3-roomed Cottage; stable, byre, and land subdivided; will carry 10 cows; house let at £3 per week for summer holidays. Great bargain for a quiet life seeker. Easy terms. The lot, £450. ON RISE (close Gardens).—2 good Corner Freehold Sections, sunny and warm position, laid out in garden' together with Two-roomed Cottage. Price reduced for an immediate sale from £l5O to 2100. Apply early for this. WARRINGTON (close Beach and Station).— Practically New House, 3 rooms, with all conveniences- partly furnished; corner section. Just the place for summer. Deposit, balance weekly. The lot for £l7O. . NICE 3-ROOMED HOUSE, with conveniences, situate cios© to the Kaikorai car line; very goo I locality and sunny position; splendid sect on; garden, live faedg«a, etc. Easy termi. Sacrificed, £l6O.
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