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WANTEDS, ETC. OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. WANTED TO BUY, OLD FALSE TEETH. Highest prices given in i New Zealand. Cash by return mail. Send j J. DUNSTONE. Box 345, Clmstchurch. KLEXEMA for nil Skin Diseases.—Cures eczema, acnc psoriascs, varicose ulcers, barber's rash. lupus, scalp diseases; instant relief from painful irritation; consultations j free. Hours: 11 till 3 p.m., Saturdays exj o.pted. 75 Stuart street (co.ner Octagon). MAGNIFICENT whisky, isn’t it? “ B.L., r | of coarse. SECOND-HAND Swcks Wanted in any quantity. Apply A. Moritzson and Co. TJIACH AND M'LENNAN moving to New IV Premises, Old Technical School Build.ings, Moray place (off Stuart street). J AWN-CUTTING a Pleasure when your -i Mower has been overhauled at Manson's, 199 Crawford street; ’phone 2,605. IMPORTANT. —Pay ■' ‘B.L.' Whisky," b? cause no other spirit is so pure, so beneficial. WANTED —Artificial - Teeth. - Old Gold, Silver, Lett-off Clothing Bought; j write or call. Fnedlander. 184 Rattray I street. | T) RIOTTTON Coach leaves Green Island JTJ Monday. Wednesday, and Fndav. on arj rival 715 a"ui and 5.15 p.m. trains; Satur- [ days 1.15 and 515 trains. Leaves Brighton 7 a.m. and 3.45 p.m. Williams and Hobba. Brighton House WHEN ordering, always say “ * B.L.’ Whisky, please.' FOR Plumbing, Draining, Gasfitting try Waiter Foster and Co.. Cargill's Corner. Kensington. estimate* given Telephone 1,024. WHITE Pine Borer killed or driven out by Lignoiite. Particulars Keith Ramsay. agent. Dunedin. FIT for a king—“ B L.” Whisky. So pure, so good. REFRESHING. Invigorating Pungent. Stimulating; lots of other good things could he said of Symington’s Coffee Essence. NEW Paper Patterns.—A splendid new range of '* Butterick ” Paper Patterns: 8,000 in stock; any garment post free. lOd; send stamp for free Monthly Fashion Book. Brown, Ewing, and Co.. Ltd . Dunedin, sols agents IF you see “ B L." on the bottle, you may know the whisky is purest and best. OET Quotations from ‘ Evening Star' Office for large or small quantities of Printing before placing your Orders. ALF. E. BROWN, FRUITERER AND GROCER XVTE have landed, ex Orari. a Choice Asv T sortmenl ENGLISH SEEDS, and are now selling Flower Seeds One Penny per packet: Vegetable Seeds, Twopence per packet. We also stock Nimmo and Blair's Seeds. Return Cash Receipts date Oct. 12 ALF BROWN Telephone 980. Everywhere vou go ymi’ii find “ b.1.” Whisky. People will have it. DRY CLEANING. /■'VUR Process of Dry Cleaning of Suits and Costume i is the only method which prevents the stains from reappearing. The Goods, afte- being thoroughly cleaned, are tailor-pressed, and returned like new. TAYLOR'S CITY DYE WORKS. 137 Ge irge st'eot. Phone 453. YOU get the host—nothing else—if you say: “‘B.L.’ Whisky, p>»se.” EDUCATIONAL. TJVHE DANGER DBESSCUTTING SCHOOL, 13 High street (opposite D.1.C.). CLASSES DAILY, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. MONDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, 7 to 9 Patterns Cut to Measure a Specialty. Prospectus on Application. Miss C. STEWART, Principal. MONEY. MONEY. MONEY TO LEND, Large or Small Sums. TONKINSON AND WOOD, Solicitors, No. 1 Dowling street. MONEY TO LEND on Personal Security, also on Life Policies, Bond Warrants, Freeholds, Leaseholds, etc. Bills Discounted, lerge or small sums, lowest current rates of interest. D. MOLONEY, Finance and Estate Agent 90 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. fTTRUST MONEY TO LEND, in Large or Small Sums, for Long or Short Periods at LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST. CALLAN AND CALLAWAY, Solicitor*. 219 Pr.nces street. Dunedin (Next door to Auction Rooms of Messrs Alex. Hants and Co.). MONEY TO LEND on Freehold Securities at Current Rates. EDMUND J. SMITH. Solicitor, N.Z. Express Co.’s Building, Bond street. MONEY TO LEND.—The Dunedin Savings Bank is prepared to Lend Money on Freehold Security at Lowest Current Rates. FRED SMITH, Manager. MONEY TO LEND, in any sum, on Mortgage Security lowest current rates. ADAMS BROS.. Empire Buildings, Princes street. WE ADVANCE from £3 upwards Furuiture Lite Policies, Bond Warrants, Bills of Lading Otago Finance and Agency Co., Ltd, 15 Empire Buildings, Princes street, Dunedin. Hf ONEY TO LEND ai Current Rates] If I. The Trustees Executors, and Agency Company of New Zci'and. Limited. WANTED Lent' £5 upwaida, furniture, promissory totes; confidential; easy repayments W. G. Gray, 225 Princes ulreet Tl/fONEY Club.—Largo or Small Loans, all lli classes security; easy repayment?. Particulars Hugh Mitchell, Stock Exchange. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited till 2 p.m. on WEDNESDAY 11th Novmber, for PAINTING WORK at the Sanatorium, Pleasant Valley. Specifications may be seen at the Sanatorium and at our Office, Dunedin, where tenders arc to be lodged. MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. Tenders for the erection of large BRICK KEbIDE-sCE at LOVELL’S FnAT will be. received until 2 p.m. of NOVEMBER 13 Plans and specification may be seen at my Office. EDMUND AN-COMBE, Architect, Union Bank Buildings, Dunedin. s HOP FRONTS AND FITTINGS. All Workmanship of the Beat. Consult us. C. AND W HAYWARD, LTD., Slu.) hi iut Factory, 329 a Giti. Kmg street. -■>rtl :..BKR — Buiul.ne T.iub'-. of every doJL oc..pt.cn: 'si cued dieted dues a suecia.ty; lo.ve to icc.i ob. [tumble. Keith Ramsay, Lower Raitiay street, Dunedin. TIMBER Merchant.—Howison, 24 Filleul sir ct. All stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application. MBEK direct from our owu saw-mills; lowest cuotalions given. Henry P. », Lid., 281 Princes street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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