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WANTEDS. ETC. LOOK! The Very Latest, Gent* - Clotncs Cleaned. Repaired, and Pressed by Practical Tailor. Levy, 39 Princes street. W/’HKN ordering. always say “ ‘ B.L.' T T Whisky, please.' CHEMISTS' Early Closing.—Urgent cine can be had any time utter 6 p.m. ai Stephenson's Pharmacy, Cargill's Corner. Personal attention; no late fee. T AWN-CUTTING a Pleasure when your J Mower has been overhauled at Man- , ! son's, 199 Crawford street; 'phone 2,605. i TJMT for a king—“ B L.” Whisky. So pure, I J so good. WANTED.— Artificial Teeth. Old Gold. Silver, Left-off Clothing Bought, | | write or cull. Fncdlander, 184 KtiUray j I street. ( BRIGHTON Coach leaves Green Island Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, on ar- : rival 7 -Pi a in. and 5.15 ptn trams; Satur- : days 1.15 and 515 trains. Leaves Brighton | 7 a.m, and 3.45 p.m Williams and Hobb*. lirighion House IF yon see ‘ll L.” on the bottle, you may know the whidyv is purest and best. I COR Plumbing, Draining, Gesturing try ] Walter Poster and Co.. Cargill's Corner, i Kensington, estimates given Telephone I ! 1 ' 024 - \TJTHITE Pine Borer Filed or driven out! v V by f.ignoiiie. Particulars Keith Ram- I ‘ »ay agent, Don din : REFRESHING. Invigorating Pungent. • ; Stimulating; lots of other good things! i could be said of Symington's Coffee F.ssenco. j ' Paper Patterns.—A srdendid new O.S range of " Butterick ” Paper Patterns 8,000 in stock; any garment post free. 10d send si amp for free Monthly Fashion Book Brown, Ewing, and Co., Ltd . Dunedin, sole agents A r.F. E. BROWN, FRU'TMRER AND GROCER 305 GEORGE STREET. WE have landed, ex Orari. a Choice As=ortrnem o ENGLISH SEEDS, and | are now selling Flower Seeds One Penny per ■ packet ; Vegetable Seeds, Twopence per ' packet. We also stock Nimtno and Blair’s Seeds. Return Ca=h Receipt.? dale Sept. 17. ALE BROWN Telephone 930. DRY CLEANING. /AUE Process of Dry Cleaning of Suits and Crstume- 'S the only method which prevents the stain., from reappearing The Goods, afte being thoroughly cleaned are tailor-pressed, and returned like now. TAYLOR'S CITY DYF. WORKS. 137 Ge irgfc st-eet. Phone 453. MONEY MONEY TO LEND on Persona! Security also on Life Policies. Boud Warrants, | Freeholds, Leaseholds, etc Bills Discounted, Iprge or smail sums lowest current rates of interest.' D. MOLONEY, Finance and Estate Agent 90 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. fin RUST MONEY TO LEND, in Large or -B- Small Sums, for Long or SliO't Periods at LOW fcl.-sT CURRENT KATES OP INTEREST. CALL AN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitor-*, 219 Pr.uces street, Dunedin (Next door to Auction Rooms of Messrs Alex. Harris and Co.). Tt/TONEY TO LEND on p- e.-.oid Souiruits, iVi at Current Kates. EDMUND J. SMITH, Solicitor, N.Z. Express Co.’s Building, Bond street. MONEY TO LEND. —The Dunedin Savings Bank is prepared tu Lend Money lon Freehold Security at Lowest Current j Rates. FRED SMITH. Manager. M ONEY TO LEND, in any sum, on Mortage Security lowest current rates. ADAMS BROS.. Empire Buildings, Princes street. TTTE ADVANCE iron; £3 upwards Fund- ▼ ▼ txire I-ite Policies, Bond Warrants Bills of Lading Otago Finance and Agency Co., Ltd , 15 Empire Buddings, Princes street, Dunedin. MONEY TO lend at Current Rates. Tlie Trustees Executors, and Agency Company of New ?.<. Land, Limited, \\7 ANTED Lent' P. 5 upwat ds. furniture. W promissory tales, ceulidenl ial; easy repayments VV. C Gray. 225 Princes irtrtet MONEY* Club. —Large nr Small Loan-, all classes security; easy repayments. Particulars Hutrh '' r ifcheU. Stock E'-change. TENDERS. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY' OF S.Z., LIMITED. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received until noon of SATURDAY, October 31, for Ibe following Supplier to tl.c Company's Steamers at Dunedin and Port Chalmers for a term of ONE YEAR iVycrpi whcr» othenvisc stated) from Ist DEI EMBER Next:--Milk, Butter (Salt and Fresh). Eish, bread (Aitenia to Tenders for 6 nr 12 months). Meat (Alternate Tenders for 3, 6, or ]2 months), Vegetables (Alternate Tenders, I • r 3 years). Tenders to be on printed terms obtainable at Company’s Offices, where specifications may tie inspected and full information obtained. AH tenders tn be addressed to the General Manager, Union S.S. Co., of N.Z., Ltd., and endorsed '• Tender for the Supply ot The lowest tender not necessarily accept'd. Dunedin, 21M 0.-tobcr, 1914. G. SUPPLY OF SLEEPER.' TENDERS Will in. rceeived at tliis office until in on of FRIDAY, 6th November, for the SUPPLY .and DELIVERY at various centres of 100,000 Ausrr.ilian Hanlv.-uixl. Toitn-a. or Si.vor / Pine SLFJiPEKS. in lots of One Thousand upwards. Specification# and conditions m contract may be seen at the Public Works Oifim.s Auckland. Wellington, Christchurch, nnd Dunedin. F. W. FURKERT, Act iug Engineer-in-Chief. Public Works Office, Wellington, 16th October, 1914. rjAENDERS arc invited tih 2 p.m. of WEDJL NESDAY, November 4lii, for Effecting ALTERATIONS and ADDITIONS to Wooden. Residence, Eglinton road. E. VV. WALDEN, Architect, Dowling street. TENDERS are invited till 2 p.m. on WEDNESDVY 11th Nov mb.r, for PAINTING WORK at the Sanatorium, Pleasant Vail y. Specifications ratty be seen at the Sanatorium and at our Office, Dunedin, where tenders .ire to be lodged. MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. rENDERS Invit d .o; lan. mg Wo.dwork oi Thr.c Ora um Loucieie Houses, ocpeis, Ltd., 214 Princ-s str-et, Dnncdin. V 1k ,1 JIEEK. —iiui.dmg i’imccr of every detpeciaitv: lowest quotations. Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray street, Dunedin. riYtMBER Merchant.— Howison 24 Eilleul JL street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application. ffYIMBEK direct from, our own saw-milU; X, lowest c-uotalions given. Henry F. 1 Moss, Lid., 231 Princes street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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