PUBLIC NOTICES. WHATHER GAUGE AT SOON TO-DAY At CONN'S “GRAND" PHARMACY. CVIANCf i yy yC Barometer rising. EVERYBODY’S MEDICINE !S NOBODY'S MEDICINE. rpHE 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 take 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 Drugs, Chemicals, and Medicines, and will bo pleased to take care of your moet particular wants. OCULISTS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Send your proscription to CONN'S "GRAND” PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephones 546. 552. Residence, 3,055. WOMEN’S FRANCHISE JUBILEE. 1803-1914. A PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of jtlL 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. 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, PITTA R, AND HENAGHAN, ( Stock Exchange Buildings. | ! AT NT V ’ T TNAT PP’-'CT^, 0-1 Kfllk —Oily. Brick Residence of 7 3aXUvl/ rooms, situated only 4 minutes from General Post Office; commands a magnificent view; verandah, bay windows ; electric light, tiled hearths and grates: bathroom, basin, hot. and cold water; also a nice conservatory and toraato-houso Fullest particulars on application. 1701 —St. Clair: Bungalow Residence of 6 well-finished rooms; casement windows, verandah, electric light, fibrous plastered ceilings, wardrobes, linen presses, Waverley grates, bathroom, shower, basin, hot and cold water, art papers and friezes, washhouse, copper and tubs, drained to sower; nice section. Inquiries solicited. 1720 £675 tTEf —6-roomcd Residence; verandah; gas throughout, bathroom, hot and cold water, washhouse, copper and tubs; LOOK, 1 acre rf Land, in ore hart! and garden. also vinery and tomatohouse ; situated south, twopenny car and is for absolute oalo. Owner leaving Dunedin. 1704 £475 i | —Maori Hill : Residence of 5 wellbuilt rooms, verandah, built-in wardrobes, linen presses, cupboards, bathroom, shower, hot and cold water, NICK HALL, washhouse, copper and tubs, fowlhouscs and runs; full joere section, in garden and lawn. Further inquiries solicited, 1719 /♦OKA for ii-acre Freehold Section, with ota/O'* comfortable Dwelling of 6 rooms: verandah, bathroom, basin, hot and cold water, washhouse, copper and tubs; stable and coachhoine; nice orchatd and garden. For absolute -ale. Bring handy to Dunedin, inspecting strongly recommended. 1715 £650 c "wh'h 32-pole Section, together a. d-nioined Home; s'-ul-,’er.T, bathrrjrm, conveniences washhouse, copper and nibs, drained u> the sewer; ritualed at Dunedin North, and very handy to the penny section. Inspection recommended. Cants to view on application. r» /• a a—Two Homes, each 5 and 3 rooms cWtlvU respectively, all in thorough order; bathroom, conveniences, washhouse, copper ami lubs; draiu d; 2 sections, each 66 x 99 and 33 x 99. This property is for immediate sale, ns the present owner is leaving the district. Full particulars on application. 1715 £750 —Sunshine; Residence of 6 beauti-fully-finished rooms; concrete foundations, casement windows. 6ft hall, electric light, fibrous plastered ceilings, tiled hearrns and grates, mirror wardrobes, bookcases, mirror mantelpieces. bathroom, basin, shower, hot and cold water, washhouse, copper and lubs; full i-acro section; asphalt paths and lawn. A quick sale required. 1716 JOHN GEERIN AND CO., PROPERTY SALESMEN, 205 PRINCES STREET. DUNEDIN. Glasgow restaurant, 265 MORAY PLACE. Three Minutes from Railway Station. AN IDEAL HOME FOR WORKING MEN. MEALS, 6d (Dinner, Three Courses) EVERYTHING OF THE BEST QUALITY. Prepared by one of New Zealand’s Best Cooks. BEDS, Is (Clean and Comfortable). Telephone 1,650. M'DONALD AND SMITH, Proprietor*.
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