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PUBLIC NOTICES. WBATHER OAUOB AT NOOK TO-DAY At CONN'S '•GRAND" PHARMAOT. Barometer steady. EVERYBODY'S MEDICINE IS NOBODY'S MEDICINE. npHE Medicine which Is good for everybody j -*- is so general in character that it is j particularly good for nobody. If you want . to get woll 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 us and get what you need. We can give you the best Drugs, Chemicals, and Medicines, and will bo 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.

The story, which is not very reverent, but which "in the circumstances has some point, is being told that the Kaiser read to his Chief of the Staff his latest proclamation, which ends " God help us!" " But supposing He doesn't?" queried Von Moltke. "Then," replied Wilhelm, "i shall send Him an ultimatum." Yabsley: "My car has drop forcings." Gabsley: " What aro drop forgings ?" Yabsley: "I dro't Know.''

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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