WBATHBS GAUGE AT NGOJf TO-DAY At CONN’S "GRAND" PHARMACY. CHANCf / vtS Barometer falling. EVERYBODY’S MEDICINE IS NOBODY’S MEDICINE. f IVHE Medicine which Is good for everybody is so general in character that it :s 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 feci bad; he will teil 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 most particular wants. 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. DENTAL PARLORS. The Home of Modem Dentistry. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS, And No Charge for Extractions when Sets are Ordered. FEES ARE MODERATE, And GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET. JORDAN. PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, Stock Exchange Buildings. WOMEN’S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, 1895-1914. A PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of those 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. FOR SALE. 17t OR SALE, Centrifugal also Duplex 1 Pumps: on water sCogal to S.OOOgal Pumps. ITtOR SitLE, Gardner Gas, Oil, and Steam . Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Hydraulic Machinery, Jacks, Pulleys, Blocks, etc. QUOTATIONS <; itch and Indents Executed for all classes cf Mining and other Machinery. R. B. Deuniston and Co., Stuart street. THE HUNTLY MINE WORK RESUMED. Work was remnned at the Huntly mine yesterday morning with “ permitted explosives.’a supply of which arrived from Australia last week. Fifty men went into Ralph’s mine, where they arc engaged principally in clearing away the debris resulting from the explosion in September, and about 210 resumed ordinary mining operations in the Extended mine. The latter found themselves considerably handicapped by the safety lamps, which are now compulsorily used throughout these, mines, and oaoh of which has about half a candle-power, giving considerably less illumination than the old naked light. It is expected that the output of the mines will regain its normal extent as the men become accustomed to the feeble illumination. Impromptu Affair.—Little Gertie Grogan (looking up from society page) : 'Did you ever see a dinner dance, taw?”' Mrs Grogan (smilingly): Faith, I did, me child; th’ day yer uther slit nick th’ table tv id his list ircause we had coni’ bafe an' cabbage liree days runnin A Condition.—Geraldine; “I will marry von on one condition.” Gerald : “ And what is that ?” Geraldine : “ That om carriage shall not lie allotted lo interrupt our friendship.”
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914
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