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Page 6 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
TO LET. TO LET, (BEAT NORTHERN HOTEL BUILDING (18 Rooms, Briok), GREAT KING STREET NORTH. Suitable for Private Hospital. M'GAVTN AND CO, LTD., SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR DENTIST. nnO LET, at Oamaru, in oentral position of J. Main street, SUITE OF ROOMS, just vacated by E. F. Armstrong, dentist, and oooupied by him as such for a period of 20 years. Early application, necessary. Moderate rental. Apply G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., Jewellers, Dunedin or Oamaru. TO LET (December Ist), "THE MANSIONS," the well-known High-class I Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAND, 47 Stuart street. OFFICES and Sample Rooms, small and large; very central; very tow rentals. Hooper, 52 Crawford street. 5 -ROOMED Brick House To Letj every convenience. Apply 534 Castle street. TO LET (30 Eden street), 6-roomed House; gas, hj. and c. [ view. Key next door. TTtfVE-ROOMED House, all conveniences: JP rent, 14s to good tenant. No. 20 Phillip street, Kensington. | q and 3 Rooms, large; gas, range; sepajhi rate entrance; central; every convenience. Apply 153 Castle street. nr\o LET, 4-roomed Brick House, Castle I A street; penny section; rent, 10s. Apply 458 Castle street. "\0 LET, 5-roomed, 22 Pentland street., N.E.V.; lis 6d. G. M'MJillan, 41 Pacific street. EIGHT Rooms; modern conveniences, gas, drained; sunny; good order; penny car. Apply 6 Main South road. "ACKSON STREET.—S Rooms; bath, hj. and c. drained, good position. Harlow, above D.I.C. 5-ROOMED House; stable; drained, conveniences; rent, 15s 6d. Apply 14 Oxford street, South Dunedin. TO LET, charming 7-roomed Residence, Roslyn; fine fruit and flower garden, lawn; 22s 6d. "Landlord," 'Star* Office. > to 8-roomed Dwellings, South Dunedin, J,St. Kilda, Musselburgh; St. Clair, Two New Bungalows, 18s, 20s; Parksido, Modern 6 Rooms (furnished), 255; Cargill's Corner, largo Stables. M'Kcrnan, People's Agency, South Dunedin. HOLIDAY RESORTS. NUGGETS, Mjolyneux.—Mlrs Campbell's, Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romabapa on application. Telephone Tokata. WANTED, Furnished House, at St. Clair, for one month, at Christinas j time. Send full particulars to J. J. Wesney, Invercargill. TA IT ATI—To Let. Four and TwoI . I rosined Furnished Cottages, for term. Address ••Term." 'Star' Office. JURAKANUI.—To Let. from 16th .lanui ary, 4-ioomed Furnished Crib. "Boat," Star' "(mire. 7ANTED. Crib down the bay for few . ..' 'v- -'•-. • ">ti Christmas. Apply " Bay," ' Star ' Office. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. CARPET BEATING. HAVE YOU TESTED US? If not, do so at once. We can save you money by sending your t Carpets to be CLEANED by our STEAM CARPET BEATER. Cheaper, Quicker, and More. Effective than any other. Cleans rapidly without injuring the fabric. A revelation in I Carpet Beating. You can get good work if you employ n«. 'Phone 1,208 if you want to save trouble in spring cleaning. OTAGO STEAM LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS COMPANY, LTD., NORTH-EAST VALLEY. NO FOREIGN CAPITAL, NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE, SDIPLY OTAGO'S BEST. In TARATU COAL You Get the BEST POSSIBLE VALUE. Only 21s 6d per Ton for cash delivered within the City Boundary. GET IT FROM YOUR COAL MERCHANT. Satisfaction goes with it. RFTURN OF MR A. W. MARTIN, SOLE CONTROLLER DR J. A. SHERMAN'S METHOD TREATINC RUPTURE. [J-R A. W. MARTIN has returned from <JJ- >i, t . Commonwealth, and may be consulted FREE at. SAMSON'S BUILDINGS. BOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN, Till further notice. DAH.Y from MONDAY. 23rd November. Visitors to the Summer Show who are suffering from Rupture would do well to take advantage of Mr Martin's presence in Dunedin to see him about theiff malady. Hours: Daily, 10 to 12, 2 to S. Saturday, 10 to 12 noon. Send for Free Booklet on 'RUPTURE AND ITS TREATMENT.' SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. SHOW DAY. »URSUANT to the terms of the Bankinc of November, is hereby appointed a Speoial Bank Holiday at. the offices of the undermentioned Banks in Dunedin; also at the offices of the Bank of New Zealand In BALOLUTHA, CLINTON, LAWRENCE, MILTON, MOSGIEL, OUTRAM, PALMERSTON (Otago), and PORT CHALMERS: the National Bank of New Zealand, Ltd., in BALOLUTHA, MILTON, MOSGIEL, OUTRAM, and PORT CHALMERS; and th» Bank of New South Wales in LAWRENCE.— THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. R. A. HOLMES, Inspector. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOLLNEAUX, Inspector. BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. R. B. SMITH, Acting Inspector. THE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. D. W. DUTHTE, Acting General Manager. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. OALLENDER, General Manager. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LTD. E, P. YALDWIN, Manager. NOTE.—The Banks will also be CLOSED THROUGHOUT NEW ZEALAND on MONDAY, 30th November (St. Andrew's Day), a Statutory Holiday. TE ANAU-MTLFORD SOUND TRACK. SEASON 1914-15. XT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for Public Information that the Government Steaiwr on Lake Tts Anau will make its FIBST TRIP for the abovementioned season on the 30th NOVEMBER, and Glade House and the Huta on the Te Anau-Mjlford Sound Track will bo Reopened for Tourist* fc the same dat«. , Bjr Ordw,
Page 6 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
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