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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. WBATHBK OAUOB AS NOON TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY. ►SSKS K % Barometer rising faat. YOU WILL LAUGH AT SICKNESS. OKDINAEY SICKNESS is not a laughing matter, but sickness loses iU ominous character it judgment is used. You will show Rood judgment if you consult your doctor about your ailments instead or' taking medicines in a haphazard way. He knows what is good and best for you. Moreover, you get exactly what you need, and the right amount. Bring your doctor's prescription f.o üb. We will compound it in a way entirely satisfactory to him and to yourself. When sick, see your doctor first, then see us. Recovery is quicker. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES. SPECTACLES, AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "CRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, • HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephones 546, 552. Residence, 3,055. ' ONDON DENTAL PARLORS. The Home of Hodem Dentistry. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS. And Na Charge for Extractions when Sets are Ordered. PEES ARE MODERATE, And GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH- EACH SET. JORDAN'. PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, Stock Exchange Buildings.
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FOR SALE. SALE (cheap), a ]] kinds Building jD Timber; space necessary for large slocks to arrive; special concessions cash customer*. Keith Eamsay, Lower Rattray street. "KTIOR SALE, choice Corner Seotion, oppn--81 ..;*„ itoii»i> ripoari Rpaeh St,. KiSda. "HJIOR SALE, Centrifugal also Duplex Jt? Pumps; en water 500 gal to B,OOORaI Pumps. __ SALE, Gardner Gas, OU, and Steam %J Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Hydraulic Machinery', aUOTVTTONS I tireii and Indents Executed for all classes of Mining and other Machinery. R. B. Denniston and Co., Stuart
N. AND E. S. PATEKSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hotel). £35 PURCHASES, on gunny side of North-en st Valley, unod 2-roomod Cottage, wi:l ~ freehold i-ncro section, "laid out in order; very warm situation and splendid view This U a'di-'cided bargain. Owner left Otago. Terms if required. CLOSE MAITLAND STRiiEl'. First-class 5-roonied Villa, with all conveniences, includ in" bathroom, pas, coppi r and nibs, cupboards and wardrobes, 2 bay windows aw pol-tico: freehold level section; asphalt paths and yard; modern sanitation. Thu letting a substantia ity homo at MAORI HILL (with Fine View over City).—Splendidly-built House of 5 Rooms; plug- * tered throughout; with all modem conveniences, including hot and, oold water, washhouse, copper and tubs; drained to sewer; cupboards and wardrobes; fine freehold sunny section, tastefully laid out in garden and luwn; tomato-house; asphalt paths and vard. This is a good property, and is for sale a bargain. Eaey terms. fTOSE OGG'S" CORNER.—Good little Property; 4-roomed House, washhouse, copper. -md tubs; drained to sewer; gas; freehold corner allotment. Small depouic. £2lO. WORKERS, THIS IS FOR YOU.—Close George street bridge, on rise: Comfortable and sound Home of 4 looms; washhouse, built-in copper, with |-acre_ section, laid out in ilower 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 be sold at once Terms. Price, only £2lO. CRN'SVTIONAL.—Close Roslyn tiam: Pretty New Bungalow, 4- rooms; bathroom, senl- '• J " j e * u0 (, an fl C old water," electric light, v/»=hhouse ; copper and tubs, expensiTO enamel bath, easement windows, with a fine elevated corner section, laid out in fruit gar-r-übs, and lawn; sunny position and cheery outlook. Just the home to begin life'with. £lO deposit; balance by instalments. Absolute gift. £4OO. TO LET in City and Suburbs, 35 Houses. Call and see our list. BURTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION CHAMBER*. 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNBDIN. Telephone 380. Telephone 35 FOR SALE. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. FREEHOLD SECTION, together with homely little Cottuge, containing 4 rooms, and 'fitted up with every convenience and comfort; drained to Drainage Board regulations. This delight nil little property is situated in North Dunedin, within a few minutes' walk of the penny tram section. The house hss recently been painted and papered, and everything is spick and span. The pries is £4BO. \NOTHER BARGAIN.—This Property is close to ihr centre o: the town, and consist of a 5-roomed House and i-jcre Freehold Section. Fuller particulars of this property can be h:id on application. LEASEHOLD SECTION of &-acre. and situated on the rise, within easy acceis of Mm "' Citv. The ground rent is very low, and the lease has a long term yet to run. The'buildings consist of 4-roomed Cottage and Outbuildings. The is convenient and up to date. Price, £525. We have a Large List of PROPERTIES of all sizes FOR SALE in SOUTH DUNEDIN. INTENDING BUYERS of Property in this locality will do well to get a list from ii=. There is a very natty Cottage in Fawcett street that we c;tn thoroughly recommend. It contains 5 "rooms, verandah. front, bay window, etc.; drained to sewer, and electric light installed. There is a fairly large section, snd plenty of room for a garden and fowl run. Their ;< uUo VSOTHER I'ROPKR'IY in RICHMOND STUKE!' ih.ii. i> wiv.-.h coiiKider- ,.'•_. IT IS A BARGAIN OF BARGAINS. 4-roiimcd lL.ni.--c .md 15 Poles of Freehold Land for the price of £2bo. The house is drained and in £ood oxdex.
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