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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. WBAXHBB GAUGE AT NOON TO-DAY At CONN'S ••GRAND" FHARMAOY. Barometer falling. EVERYBODY'S MEDICINE !S NOBODY'S MEDICINE. "HIE 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 lake the medicines that are exactly suited to your conditions. See your doctor when you feel bad; he will tell you what to take. When you have this knowledge, then come to us and get, what you need. We can give you the best Druge, Chemicals, and Medicines, and will be pleased to take care of youi 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. WOMEN'S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, 1393-1914. PAMPHLET, containing the opinions if L those who assisted te 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. COOKINC OVER FIERCE FIRES SPOILS A WOMAN'S COMPLEXION. r | lO Ifeep the skin soft and fresh, and to maintain the bloom of youth, she should use WARONQI COAL It gives ample heat for cooking beautifully meats, pies, puddines, scones—everything; but not so fierce as to scorch them and over-heat the kitchen. lis 6d (cash) for Half-ion, Delivered in City. Tel. 317, Or all Coal Merchants MLBURY FORWARDING COMPANY LIMITED. Office: No. 7 Crawford street (N.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Speciality. Telephono: Office, 2,30*; after 5 p.m., 1,128. The Home of Modern Dentistry. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS, And No Charge for Extractions when Sots are Ordered. FEES ARE MODERATE, And GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET. JORDAN, PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, Stock Exchange Buildings. WOMEN'S FRANCHISE JUBILEE, 1893-1914. L PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of those who assisted to pass tht Electoral Act of 1893. under which the W vtr.en of this Dominion gained the Parliaa*ir«ry Vote, can be obtained at this Office. PRICE THREEPENCE.
N. AND E. S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTo, t>UltV'£You6, SiiAKti AND LAND BROKERS, Eto., DOMINION CHAMBERS, UZ RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hotel). MAORI riILL (close tram and selicol).—Good 4-roorned House, scullery, washhouse, copper and tubs, l bay windows and portico, modern sanitation; i-acrc section; garden, live hedges. The cheapest property ia the suburb. Terms. Only £285. SOUTH FROM DUNEJJIN (lialf-mile from luawuy aiai.on).—-Fine little Property, 78 acres river flat, Education Reserve lease (£l9 per annum), with 5-roomtd House, conveniences; stable, byre, trap shed together with 10 cows, horse, pigs, fowls, and implements. This is a cheap property. The lot, £SOO. CLOSE OGG'S CORNER.—Good little Property; 4-roomed House, washhouse, copper, and tubs; drained to sewer; gas; freehold corner allotment. Small deposit. £2lO. WORKERS. THIS If FOR YOU.—Close George street blidge, on rise: Comfortable and sound Home of 4 looms; washhouse, built-in copper, with i-acre section, laid out in flower and fruit gardens; sunny position; magnificent view of City and Harbor; asphalt paths and yard. The owner is away to tha country, and it must be sold at onci>. Terms. Price, only £2lO. EENSA.TIONAL.—CIose Roslyn tiam: Pretty New Bungalow, 4 rooms; bathroom, scullery, hot and co)d water, electric light, washhouse ; copper and tubs, expensive enamel ba'h casement windows, with a fine elevated corner section, laid out in fruit garden 'shrubs, and lawn; sunny position and cheery outlook. Just the nome to begin married 'ife with. £lO deposit; balance by instalments. Absolute gift. £415. GREAT CITY SACRIFICE (on rise, 7 minutes' walk from Post Office).—Full i-acro Section, with a 5-roomed House and a 4-rboraed Cottage thereon; let at 21s per week to "ood tenants; modern sanitation; and the view from these houseß i 3 one of the finest in Dunedin, and an exceptionally worm and sunny position. This is a. genuine bargain, and the land alone is worth more than the prico asked for the lot, Don't dtuy. Teims, £450. 31 HOUSES TO LET in City and Suburbs. BURTON AND PATTERSON, CrAAAUtEKti, 41 DOWLING allied', DUiNiOILN. Telephone abU Telephone 380. PROPERTIES FOR GALE, CITY AND SUBURBS. NORTH DUNEDIN—Modern Residence of 7 rooms; verandah, bay windows, electric Ijohf drained to Drainage Board regulations, and all othw modern conveniences. This 'is a very nice house, and worth while inspecting. The price is ono that should attract attention —viz., £675. \ THIS IS A NICE NATTY HOME FOR SOMEONE.—Situated slightly on the 'rise, and within five minutes' walk of the town' Houso of 4 rooms; verandah and bay window drained washhouse, and everything in tip-top «Her. The section is leacehold and has 21 years to run. The ground rvnt is very low. EASY TERMS can be arranged for- the purchase of this property. , ROSLYN (handy to the cat).— 7-roomed Resi.t nee; modem ciesign, plastered, bay windows ga». not and cold water, drained to sewer; and everything modern and up to date There is a nice garden and lawn Easy terms can also bo arranged for thi» nioDertv. A small deptst; will be accepted, and the balance by arrangement. KT KILD-V—CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, 102 ft by 40ft. together with 5-roomed House- return verandah, electric light, hj. and c. water, and every modern appointment This houst has only been built a little over two years, so everything is new and fresh. If vou wish to inipect any of the above Properties, jusi ring us up, or send tote"and we will be pleased to give you fuller information. ' BURTON AND PATTERSON, LAND AND ESTATI A6»tW» 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN.
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