PUBLIC NOTICES. WXAXHEB OAUGB A* MOON TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY. Batwmeter falling. EVERYBODY'S MEDICINE IS NOBODY'S MEDICINE. FT\HE Medicine which is good for everybody -*- is so general in character that it is particularly good for nobody. If you want to get well surely and quickly, then take the medicines that are exactly suited to your conditions. See your doctor when you feel bad; he will teU you what to take. When you have this knowledge, then come to ns and get what you need. We can give you the best Drugs, Chemicals, and Medicines, and will be pleased to take care of your OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLA>SSES, SPECTACLES, AND REPAIES A SPECIALITY. Send your prescription to CONN'S "CRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephones 546, 552. Residence, 3,055. THE BUSINESS GIRL MARRIED DEMON OP DISCONTENT. One often find 6 the modern young-man dubious about asking a successful business girl to share- his fortunes. There is reason for this, too, perhaps. He realises that she tan afford to dress as her fancy pleases, and to pay lor her pleasures as she chooses. He realises that if she marries liim her expenditure must be curtailed very considerably, and he fears that discontent may arise. Many of these men, however, reckon without considering that ono great feature of the average business girl—adaptability. In the course of her career she has to adapt herself to various environments. Her experience has given her a wider outlook on life. A business girl who is happily married sends a verv interesting IsWer on the subject :—" In my wage-earning capacity, like every other business girl, I learned to look facts in the face, Method, confidence, and a cheerful demeanor were part of the discipline. I learned, too, the value of money—just how far a shilling would go. I had no delusions that married life would be one long, pleasant holiday. A business girl's instinct forces her to realise that she will have to provide for two on an income that formerly sufficed for one. Many a girl has considered this question, and", foreseeing that dissatisfaction would arise on her part, has very wisely admitted the fact, and has remained unmarried. But, just like every other business girl who truly loves a man, I w,i6 quite willing to forsake my career in order to make a home. And I found, too, that a real deep love can compensate for many of the lesser things of life. .1. don't think any man need worry as to the future of the business girl as his wife. Her adaptability and her sense of ftiirness will put to flight the demons of discontent."—Exchange.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
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