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WANTEDS, ETC. 1 OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. '■ WfAHTED TO BUY, OLD FALSE T? TEETH. Highest prices given in New Zealand. Cash by return mail. Send !J. DUNSTONE. Box 345,. Chnstctaurch. LOOK.I The Very Latest: Gents' Clothes Cleaned, Uepairtd, and Pressed by Practical Tailor. Levy, 39 Princes etreet. M~~~ '""aCi'NIFICENT whisky, isn't it? " 8.L./ of course. RIACH AND MLENNAN moving to Now Pr-miscs, Old Technical School Buildi iugs, Moray place (oil Stuart street). I" AWN-CUTTING a Pleasure when your iJ J Mower has been overhauled at Manson's, 199 Crawford street; 'phone 2,605. IMPORT ANT.—Say "8.L.; cause no other spirit is so pure, so beneficial. r ANTED— Artificial Teeth. Old Gold, . . Silver. Lett-off Clothing Bought; writo or call. Fnedlander, 184 Rattray street. [BRIGHTON Coach leaves Green Island Mm Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, on arrival 7.45 a.m. and 5.15 p.m trains; Saturdays 1.15 and 515 trains. Leaves Brighton 7 a.m. and 3.45 p.m. Williams and Hubbs, Brighton House r HEN orderine. always say "' B.L. H Y Whisky, please.' ipOR Plumbing, brainn ' Wake- Foster and C 0.7 C: I Kensington, estimate* given Telephone I 1,024. WHITE Pine Borer Vlled or driven out by L.guolite. Particulars Keith Raiu•*y. agent, Dunedin. FIT for a king—" B L." Whisky. So pure, so good. R~EFRF?rTTNG~ invteorating Pungent. Stimulating; lots of other good thines could be said of Symington's Coffee Essence. NEW Paper Patterns.—A splendid new range of " Butterick " Paper Pattern*8,000 in stock; any garment post free. lOd; send stamp for free Monthly Fashion Book. Brown, Ewing. and Co., Lt<3 , Dunedin, sole agehts F you eee " B L." on the bottle, you may know the whisky is purest »nd best. IET Quotations from ' Evening Star' T Office for large or small quantities of Printing before placing your Orders. ALF. E. BROWN, FRUITERER AND GROCER 305 GEORGE STREET. E have landed, ex Orari. a Choice Asr sortment o' ENGLISH SEEDS, and are now selling Flower Seeds One Penny per packet; Vegetable Sce.ds, Twopence per packet. We also stock Nimmo and Blair's Seeds. Return Cash Receipts date Oct. 12 ALF RROWN Telephone 930. VFT\YWHF,TSE vou so you'll find "B.L. Whisky. People will have it. DRY CLEANING. /"\UR Process of Dry Cleaning of Suits. and Cjetuuio* is the only method which prevents the staiiu from reappearing. The Goods, afte- being thoroughly cleaned, are tailor-pressed, and returned like new. TAYLORS CITY DYE WORKS, 137 Geirgo st-eet. Phone 459. 'OU get the hest—nothin? else—if you 6av ; " ' B.L.' Whisky. please." "ONET TO LEND on Personal Security, also on Life Policies, Bond Warrants, Freeholds, Leaseholds, etc. Bills Discounted, huge or small sums, lowest current rates of interest. D. MOLONEY, Finance and Estate Agent 90 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. TFRUST MONEY TO LEND, in Large or J- Small Sums, for Long or Short Periods at LOWEST CURRENT KATES OP INT& REST. CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitor*, 219 Pr.nces street, Dunedin (Sell door to Auction Rooms of Messrs Alex. Harm and Co.). 'ONEI" TO LEND on Freehold Securities at Current Rates. EDMUND J SMITH, Solicitor, N.Z. Express Co.'s Building, Bond street. r ONEY TO LEND—The Dunedin Sav- ,. ings Bank is prepared to Lend Money on Freehold Sennit} at Lowest Current Rates. FRED SMITH, Manager. ,fONEY TO LEND, in any sum, on Mort- . gage Security lowest current rates. ADAMS BROS., Empiro Buildings, Princes street. WE ADVANCE iron: £5 upwards Furniture Lite Policies, Bond WarranU, Bills of Lading Otago Finance and Agency Co.. Ltd , 15 Empire Buildings, Princes street, Dunudiu. Current" Rates. The Trustees Executors, and Agency Company of New Zti'and, Limited. WANTFD Lenc' £5 upwaids,' furniture" promissory roW-s; confidential; easy | inpayments W. C. Gray, 22b Princes street j or Small Loans, all j I*A classes security; easy repayments. Particulars Hugh Mitchell. Stock Exchange. TENOEK3. POLICE DEPARTMENT. TENDERS FOR. BLUE TWEED AND BEDFORD CORD. EPARATE Tenders, marked ori the en- I ~._. veloprs "T nler 'of IV.xa Tweed" and "Tender for B>d'ovd Cord," wili br nceived by the Commissioner of Folic: at Wellington up to noon of SATURDAY, ?3 ; h Nov niter, 1914. for th- SUPPLY and DELIVERY of BLUE TWEED and KHAKI BEDFORD CORD for tho Police Force, for a period of Three Years. Samples of Tweed and Bedford Cord and Forms of Teuder and Conditions of Con'ract may be obtained at the Foliee Store, Ballan-e "ttrert, Willing on. and at the Ceiitint Police Stat.ous at Auckland, ! Cbristehureh, and Dunedin. J. CUI.LBN, Comma ioner of Police. Wellington, 2ciih October, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be r "cived np till 5 p.m. on vONDAY. 16'h November, for the ERECTION of an ADDITION to the ROX- j BURGH SCHOOL. Plans and specifications may be seen at the School, Roxburgh, or at this Office. S. M. PARK. Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 2nd November, 1914. TIMBER— Building Timber of every description; seasoned dressed lines a specialty; lo.vest prices obtainable. Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattiay street, Dunedin. fTffMBE"R Merchant.—Howison, 24 Fiilenl X street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application. TIMBEK direct from our own saw-mills; I west cuiotalions given. Henry F. Moss. Ltd.. 28' Pri.ee; *rr*et. | DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. THE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD.. i'RINT ah descriptions cf GROCERS 1 " and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over the tame to the 'Star' Runners for Distribution with tho 'Star,' which is. .leliverel at nearly every houso in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in tho Country.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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