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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAPES (the first of the season), the CHOICEST STRAWBERRIES, CHERRIES. ASPARAGUS, LOCAL TOMA-* .TOES, POTATOES, GREEN PEAS. APPLES, ORANGES, PINES. JTTHB ROXBURGH FRUIT MART, •A STUART STREET. RESPECTFUTLT SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. The Prices arc Reasonable and tho Quality is the Beet. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. SHOW DAY. PURSUANT to the terms of tho Banking Act. 1908, THURSDAY, the 26th day >f November, is hereby appointed a Special Rank Holiday at the offices of the undermentioned Banks in Dunedin; alao_ a'_ the offices of the Ban'- r ' t New " ' ’ : i BALOLUTHA. CLINTON. LAWRENCE. MILTON, MOSGIEL. OUTRAM, PALMERSTON (Otago), and PuitJ. the National Bank of New Zealand, Ltd.r in BALOLUTHA. MILTON* MOSGIEL, OUTRAM, and PORT CHALMERS; and the Bank of New South Wales in LAWRENCE:— THE UNION BANE OP AUSTRALIA. LTD. R. A, HOLMES, Inspector. BANE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOHNEAUX, Inspector. BANS OP AUSTRALASIA. R. B. SMITH, Acting Inspector. THE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LTD. D. W. DDTHIE. Acting General Manager. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. CALLENDER. 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. ■yiSITORS TO THE SHOW Are Invited to Inspect OUR LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF VEHICLES. Built of Thoroughly Seasoned Woods and Best Material and Fittings. Assembled and Finished by Competent Workmen. ■We make a Specialty of MOTOR BODIES, PAINTING. AND TRIMMINGS. Write for Prices, Illustrations, etc., to J, ORMISTOjY white, COACHBUILDER, CRAWFORD STREET. DUNEDIN. [A) Cahd.] fITHE MISSES GRAINGER AND LAWLESS beg to announce to their friends and the public generally that they have commenced business as COSTUMIERS and DRESSMAKERS at 39 Broughton street, South Dunedin, ami respectfully solicit a {hare of their patronage. Charges moderate. TO LET. TO LET, QREAT NORTHERN HOTEL BUILDING (18 Rooms, Brick), GREAT KING STREET NORTH. Suitable for Private Hospital. M’GAVIN AND CO., LTD., Duke street. TO LET (December Ist), “THE MANSIONS," tho well-known High-class Boarding-house. For particulars apply JAMES ANNAN D, 47 Stuart street. OFFICER and Sample Booms, small and large; very central; very low rentals. * Hooper, 53 Crawford street. 5 -ROOMED Brick House To Let; every convenience. Apply 554 Castle street. FIVE and Six-roomed Modern Houses, in Musselburgh: every convenience; reasonable rents; inquire. Carter, Exchange Court. TO LET, Cottage, corner of Park street and Heriot row. Keys and particulars Lawrence, butcher, George street. TO LET, Six-roomed House, all conveniences, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. TO LET, part of comfortable Homo to One or Two Business Ladies; central. " Select,” ‘ Star ’ Office. TO LET (Broad Bay), Furnished Fourroomed Crib. Particulars “J.M.W.,” ‘Star’ Office. A Front Rooms To Let (unfurnished); .-w range; moderate rent; central. Address “House." ‘Star’ Office. ROOMED House To Let, Oeorga street. Apply Mr Fogg, dentist, George street. !0 LET (St. Olair), 6-roomed Furnished House for four weeks at Christmas, ply Box 233. fTTO LET, House of five rooms; just renoX raced. Apply ou premises. No. 98 Frederick street; rent, 16s. mO LET, Six-roomed Houao, all conveniX cnees, Upper Walker street. Apply 74 Manor place. mo LET (near Gardens), convenient 7X ■ roomed House; gas, bath, hot water, drained. £67 Caaiio street. PORT GHALMF. RS.—To Let. 4-roonvd Cottage, George street; rent, 8s week. Apply Fail, Port Chalmers BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street. Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for; committeo room. Firat-claaa Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place (’phone 2,lßo).—Best Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and MPhereoo. GRANGE Private Hotel, 8? Hanover street, fivo minutes from Station, under entirely new management.—Best accommodation for country visitors and permanent boarders; iarilf moderate. TENDERS. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD. JTIENDEES will be received at tho Board’s X Offices. Birch street, up to noon TOMORROW (Wednesday), November 25th. 1914, for the following SUPPLY CONTRACTS for tho year IiMS. Specifications may bo seen at the Engineer’s Office, where forms of tender and schedule may bo obtained: Contract No. 336.—Supply and Delivery of Timber. Contract No. 597. —Supply and Delivery of Coal at Dunedin. Contract No. 398.—Supply and Delivery of Coal at Port Cl.aimers. Contract No 399.—Supply and Delivery of Benzine and Kerosene. Contract No. 400.—Supply and Delivery of Cement._ Contract No. 401.—Supply of Horses, Drays, and Drivers. Contract No. 402.—Supply of Horses, Vehicles, and Drivers. • Contract No. 403.—Supply and Delivery of Oils. W. J. BARDSLEY, Secretary. 2nd November, 1914. ITHENDEKS will he received until 2 p.m. X on MONDAY, December 14. 1914, for the ERECTION of THREE COTTAGES at Taiaroa Head for the. Otago Harbor Board. TT A STL HOOPER, A.R.1.8.A.. Registered Architect. A.M.P. Buildings. rpENDERS are invited till noon of tho J. 30th November for tho ERECTION of a HOUSE in Conongato street. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the .undersigned, where tenders may be lodged. D. G. MOWAT, Architect, -Government Insurance Buildings.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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