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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914
TENDERS. SEPARATE TENDERS for ELECTRIC LIGHT INSTALLATION and ELECIRIC' ELEVATOR at the Medical School, Otago University, will be received until noon on TUESDAY, November I7th. Plans and specifications at my Office. EDMUND ANSCOMBE, Architect. Union Bank Buildings, Dunedin. TENDERS are invited till noon on MON DAY, 23rd inst,, for the ERECTION n ADDITIONS TO RESIDENCE at Milburn. Elans may be seen at Mr Russell's, Mil | burn, and at our Office, Dunedin, where ten i ders are to bo lodged, j MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received up till 5 p.m. on MONDAY, 23rd November, for the ERECTION of a NEW SCHOOL at Papa towai (Gatlins District). Plans and specifications may be seen at tho School, Owaka, and at this Office. S. M, PARK, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 9th November, 1914. s HOP FRONTS AND FITTINGS All Workmanship of the Best. Consult us. C. AND W HAYWARD, LTD.. Shop Front Factory, 329 a Great King street. •■riIMBER. —Building Timber of every deX scnpticn; seasoned dressed lines a specialty, lowest prices obtainable. Keith Ramsay, Lower Raitiay street, Dunedin. fTVTMBER Merchant.—lTowison, 24 Filleul X street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application. TIMBER direct from our own saw-mills: lowest dictations given. Henry F. Moss, Ltd., 231 Princes street. PUBLIC NOTICES. TERRITORIALS 1 NOTICE! EEEEI Messrs wrigglesworth and BINNS WILL PHOTOGRAPH ALL TERRITORIALS LEAVING FOR THE FRONT FREE Studio; ARTENiEUM BUILDINGS. OCTAGON. NO NEED TO PUT A BRICK IN THE FIREPLACE TO SAVE COAL. Many People Adopt this Expedient as a Means of Saving Coal. A Far Better Plan is to USE WARONUI COAL. The Most Economical Coal. "Waronui” Coal is Moderate in Price. You can burn it liberally •vithciit immni i., hnvy expense. “• Waronui ” costs only ils 6d cash for half-ton, delivered in City. It is Clean, Hot, Lasting. Easily the Best Value Coal. All Coal Merchants, or Tel. 317. ,BURY 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. Telephone; Office, 2,304; after 5 p.m., 1,128.
NIGHTCAPS COAL ON SALE IN LARGE OR SHALL QUANTITIES BY ALL COAL MERCHANTS PRICE DELIVERED WITHIN THE CITY BOUNDARY: 26a NET PER TON. .uAURICE KENNELLY, Repreientakiva. JOHN HILL AND CO., LTD., Local Agent*. Telephone 928. JOLLY’S WATCH INFIEM AII Y. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 3s 6d Watches Thoroughly Cleaned ... Clocks (silent). Cleaning 2s 6d Mainsprings, hast quality Brooch Pins, Joints, and Catches...3d each. OTHER REPAIRING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. CRITERION BUILDINGS. 6 MORAY PLACE (opposita Choral Hall). 3s 6d 3s Sd N. AND E. S. PATERSON. LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hotel). CLOSE MAITLAND STREET.—First-class 5-roomed Villa, with all conveniences, includiu-' bathroom, gas, copper and tubs, cupboards and wardrobes, 2 bay windows and •amtauun. viortico; freehold level section; asphalt paths and yard; modern is a rare chance of getting a substantial City home at a sacrificed price. This Easy MYORI*HILL (with Fine View over City).—Splendidly-built House of 5 Rooms; plastered throughout; with ah modern conveniences, including hot and cold water, washhouse, copper and tubs; drained to sewer; cupboards and wardrobes; line freehold sunny section, tastefully laid out in garden and lawn; tomato-house; asphalt paths and yard. This is a good property, and is for sale a bargain. Easy terms £3 DeDOsitT ßaUnco at 4 per cent., purchases at ST. CLAIR (dose Building Site; splendid outlook. Price only £125. Yoi tram; line sunny men, this is a good rr Ob*E 11 OGG’S n CORNER.—Good little Property; 4-roomed House, washhouse, copper, and ‘ubs- drained to sewer; gas; freehold corner allotment. Small deposit. £2lO. WORKERS THIS IS FOR YOU.—Close George street bridge, on rise; Comfortable and sound Home of 4 rooms; washhouse, built-in copper, with j-acrc 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 the country, and it must bo sold at Terms. Price, only £2lO. married life’ with. £lO deposit; balance by instalment TO LET, in City and Suburbs, 35 Houses. Cal’, and see oi BURTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION ULL A ALBERS, 41 DOWLING DUNEDIN. Telephone 330. Telephone 330. PROPERTIES FOR CALE, CITY AND SUBURBS NORTH DUNEDIN—Modern Residence of 7 room*; verandah, bay windows, electric li"-ht; drained to Drainage Board regulations, and all oilier modern conveniences. This is a very nice house, and worth while inspecting. The price is one that should attract attention—viz., £675. „ , .. ... PHIS IS A NICE.NATTY HOME FOR SOMEONE.—Situated slightly on the rise, and within five minutes’ walk of the town- House of 4 rooms: verandah and bay window; drained washhouse, and everything in tip-top order. The section is leacehold, and has 21 years to run. The ground >vut is very low. EASY TERMS can be arranged for the purchase of this property. , . , , fiOSLY’N (handy to the car). —7-roomed Resirb nee ; modern design, plastered, bay windows "as, hot and cold water; drained to sewer; and everything modern and up D. " 0-1 I oitrn F.ISV IpUHS ran alftO bp am n * KILD A CORNER FREEHOLD SECTION, lOZtl by 4Uit, togouier with 5-roomcd House- re'uru verandah, electric light, hj. and c. water, and every modern appointment. This house has only been built a little over two years, so everything is new and fresh. Tf von wish to inspect any of the above Properties, just ring us up, or send us a sote and we wll be pleased to give you fuller information. BTTBTCN AND PATTERSON. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, 41 DOWLING STREET. DUNED TV
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