The French Mint has boon moral to Castel-Sarrasin, a small town near Toulouse, ami the two little marks on either side of tho date show tho place of origin will be altered. . All tho members of the Burton-on-Trcnt Rugby Club have volunteered for service, 60 bring in tho new army and four in the Legion of Frontiersmen.
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WATERS' VI-OATTA CREAM Produces a Velvety Complexion. Delightfully Cooling, Soothing, and CleansingNOT GREASY'NOR STICKY, so Cant Grow Hair. "Eoually Rood, for Men after Shaving. Price, is 6d; Posted, Is 9d. Obtainable only at "CX7ATERB' PHARMACY, exactly OppoI H site Hallenstein's Buildings. DRUGS AND THE WAR. X> CONN, the "Grand" Pharmacy, XI; • Chemist nnd Druggist, intimates that -when War was Declared* he Secured AMPLE SUPPLIES of ALL DRUGS necessary for the Compounding of Doctors* Prescriptions. Prescriptions Dispensed from any Doctor. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, HIGH STREET. DUNEDIX. NEW IRISH LINEN DEPOT. *~\N SATURDAY MORNING we v ' open premises iu George street devoted to the sale of Pure Irish Liueu Goods. The ownar. Mr M'Fadden. has had fifteen years' practical experience in tho production of Irish Linens, so that Dunedin ladies can depend upon getting genuine linens of absolutely the highest Duality ami of guaranteed British manuactivrc. The initial display -will include tho following goods, bought personally in Ireland by Mr M'Fadden: — Irish Hand-embroidered Voile Blouses (the finest selection ever shown in Dunedixi) from 6s lid up. Large assortment of pure Irish Handembroidered Linens, Bedspreads, Tea, Tray, and Sideboard Cloths, Doyleys, Crash Goods, nnd Handkerchiefs. We invite you to call nnd inspect these beautiful Linens, and see for yourself the excellent values we offer. M'FADDEN'S IRISH LINEN DEPOT, SI George street (2 doors from Moray place). WELLINGTON HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AID BOARD. MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. . 4 PPLICATIONS, addressed to the under--A. signed, are invited up to 9 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, 25th November, 1914, for the POSITION of MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT to tne Wellington Hospital ami the Institutions of the Board. Salary, £BOO per annum, rising to £I,OOO bv annual increases of £SO. Furnished house, lighting, and fuel provided. Duties to commence early in. January, 1915. J. COYLE, Secretary. 4 Marion street, Wellington, N.Z. Office of the Public Service Commissioner, Wellington, 19th November, 1914. APPLICATIONS will be received by the undersigned up till noon on the 14th DECEMBER for the POSITIONS (2) of POULTRY INSTRUCTOR, Department of Agrioulture, Industries, and Commerce. Applications must embrace ;i statement of education and experience, particulars of age, etc. 3alary to commence, £IBO. Pull particulars may be seen in the ' New Zealand Gazette • of the 19th November, 1914, or may be obtained from the Permanent Head, Department of Agriculture. A. J. H. BBNGE, Secretary. BOROUGH OF MOBNTNGTON. PPLICATIONS will be received eember. 1914, for the POSITION of TOWN CLERK, at a salary of £250 per annum. Schechrie of duties may be obtained at the Office or will be forwarded on application. P. NELSON. Acting Town Clerk. Mornington Borough Council Office, Mornington, November 18, 1914. WANTED, For Large Mercantile House, ILERK, with. Shipping and Costing experience. Apply, stating qualifications, to " MERCANTILE." •'Star' |P fB ~tL
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