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WANTEDS, ETC. OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. WANTED TO BUY. OLD FALSE TEETH. Highest prices given in New Zealand. Cash by return mail. Send |J. DUNSTONE. Box 345, Christchurch. i f OOKI The Very Latest: Gents’ Clothes -I s Cleaned, Repaired, and Pressed by Practical Tailor. Levy. 39 Princes street. ARE No Mistake.—For honest value m Jewellery, Watches, Silverware, and Optical Goods Peter Dick is the most reliable Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Consulting Optician. 490 Moray place (off Princes street), Dunedin Sight-testing a specialty. BICYCLES.— Get your Bike in order for the long days. C. Saxby, Pier Cycle Works, Crawford street. SECOND-HAND Sacks Wanted in any quantity. Apply A. Moritzson and Co. KTIFICIAL Toeth^ - Old Gold, Silver, Personal Effects in any quantity Bought. Friedlaudex, 184 Rattray street, Dunedin. TIE War!—l’ll bet you one of Lethaby's best Umbrellas the Germane will get licked. ' WHAT! Another now Umbrella? No. I had it Re-covercd Lethaby’s, nest Post Office. OHI You have broken my best china. Take it to Lethaby’s to be repaired. UMBRELLAS Re-covered and Repaired in ona hour at Lethaby’s, next Pest Office. fITHOUSAND Shaves a Shilling by getting JL your Razors ground and set at Lethaby's. POST Blunt Razors, with address and 13 sunups; returned next day keen. Lethaby, Stock Exchange, Dunclm. _ I AWN-CUTTING a pleasure when your jt Mower has been overhauled at Manson's, 199 Crawford street; ’phone 2,605. WANTED Known—The Gift Scheme in connection with Regent Cigarettes is a genuine scheme, comprising 60 handsome and useful presents, which can be obtained by collecting the Gift Tickets packed with “Regents.” Gift catalogues obtainable on application to Box 331, Wellington. KLEXEMA for all Skin eczema, acne jisoriases, varicose ulcers, barber's rash, lupus, scalp diseases; instant relief from palntul irritation; consultations free. Hours: 11 till 3 p.m., Saturdays excepted. 75 Stuart st'eet (corner Octagon). TJIACH AND MCLENNAN moving to New BjL Premises, Old Technical School Buildings, Moray place (off Stuart street). BRIGHTON Coach leaves Green Island Monday, Wednesday, and Fridav, on arrival 7.45 a.m. and 5.15 p.m. trains; Saturdays 1.15 and 5.15 trams. Leaves Brighton 7 a.m. and 3.45 p.m. Williams and Hobbs. Brighton House. FOR Plumbing, Draining, Gasfitting try Walter Foster and Co., Cargill’s Cornet, Kensington; estimates given. Telephone 1,024. WHITE Pine Borer killed or driven out by Lignolite. Particulars Keith Ramsay. agent, Dunedin. REFRESHING, Invigorating, Pungent. Stimulating; lota of other good things could be said of Symington’s Coffee Essence. NEW .Jhiper Patterns.—A splendid new range of ” Butterick ’’ Paper Patterna; 8,000 in stock; any garment post free, 10d; •end stamp for free Monthly Fashion Book. Brown, Ewing, and Co., Ltd., Dunedin, sole agents. ALF. E. BROWN, FRUITERER AND GROCER 305 GEORGE STREET. WE have landed, ex Orari. a Choice Assortment of ENGLISH SEEDS, and are now selling Flower Seeds One Penny per packet; Vegetable Seeds, Twopence per packet. We also stock Nimmo and Blair’s Seeds. Return Cash Receipts date Oct. 12. ALF. BROWN. Telephone 980. DRY CLEANING. /"VUR Process of Dry Cleaning of Suits and Costumes is the only method which prevents the stains from reappearing. The Goods, aftc being thoroughly cleaned, aro tailor-pressed, and returned like new. TAYLOR’S CITY DYE WORKS, 137 George street. 'Phone 459. WILSON AND WILSON, EN GINEERS and TOOLMAKERS. PUNCHES AND DIES, LIGHT AND INTRICATE MACHINERY MADE AND REPAIRED. SMALL GEARS CUT AND PRESSURE GAUGES REPAIRED. 32 ST. ANDREW STRET. ELECTROPLATING. Every description of old ware REFLATED in SILVER, NICKEL, and GOLD—Spoons Forks, Salvers, Cruets, Teapots, Cake Baskets, eta., etc. All Work Guaranteed Equal to Best English Electroplate. Inspection invited. MORRISON’S ELECTROPLATING WORKS. 304 MORAY PLACE (opposite King street). EDUCATIONAL. “ ARCHERFIELD.” A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY I SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 1 CONDUCTED BY MRS NISBET. In Fine Residential Mansion in Healthiest* Part of Dunedin (just above Fernhill Club). Mrs Nisbot has secured the service of the following FULLY-CERTIFICATED I TEACHERS for 1915: Senior and Junior School; Miss GIBBS. M.A. Miss JACOBS. B.A. i Miss CHURCH. Kindergarten: Miss FITZGERALD. Visiting Teachers for Music, Drawing, Danc--1 p.', Caii-thenics. Conversational French, etc, i The House Arrangements and Discipline are the especial caro of Mrs NISBET. PUPILS MAY NOW BE ENROLLED FOR NEXT YEAR. Limited Number of Vacancies for Boarders. For Prospectus and all particulars apply Mrs NISBET, Lees street, Dunedin. r£\HE LANGER DRESSCUTTTNG SCHOOL. 13 High street (opposite D.1.G.). CLASSES DAILY, 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. MONDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, 7 to 9 Patterns Cut to Measuro a Specialty. Prospectus on Application. Miss C. STEWART. Principal. MISS GETHEK invites the Public to Come to her EXHIBITION and SALE of DECORATIVE ART WORK Made in Dunedin of Material got in the Dominion, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, From 10-12 and 3-6, REID'S BUILDINGS, Liverpool street (opposite G.P.0.), Tl/fTSS PASSMORE’S Art Classes in Oil, XYJL Water, Pastel, Pen Painting, Stencilling Resumed at Studio, Stock Exchange FOR SALE. 3 "BOB SALE, Centrifugal also Duplex j Pumps; on water SOOgal to B,ooogal Pumps. FOR SALE, Gardner Gas, Oil, and Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Hydraulic Machinery, Jacks, Pulleys. Blocks, etc. QUOTATIONS * liven and Indents Executed for all classes of Mining and other Machinery. R. B Deimiston and Co., Stuart street. HITE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sale, Xt ‘jStaE'* Offiaq, Bondjstreet. W1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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