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PUBLIC NOTICES. THE LATEST AND BEST IN JEWELLERY AND SILVER GOODS. The first of our CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES are now being displayed, and as those who call early get tho best choice, we advise prospective purchasers not to delay. We enumerate some of the latest and most exclusive articles as follows: EXPANDING BANGLES, daintily set with Pearls and Tourmalines. NECKLET PENDANTS, in Platinum and Gold, and set with various gems in most artistic designs. LIBERTY ART NECKLET PENDANTS, in Oxidised Silver. Quito new and very reasonable in price. DRESS RINGS, BROOCHES, WATCH BANGLES, EARRINGS, etc., in the newest patterns. THE SILVER ENAMEL JEWELLERY comprises some beautiful dosigns in BROOCHES, BANGLES, HATPINS, BLOUSE SHIS, etc. SILVER TOILET TABLE REQUISITES, in great variety, including SALTS BOTTLES, SCENT SPRAYS. TRINKET BOXES, JEWEL CASKETS, BRUSHES, MIRRORS, etc. G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., 88 PRINCES STREET. J. ROY. HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, ELDON CHAMBERS. 90 PRINCES STREET (Next G. and T. Young, Jewellers). ’PHONE 2,485. FOR SALE. ROSLYN—Modern Brick Bungalow of 7 rooms, in best part of Koslyn; every possible convenience, and latest fires and lighting; A-acre in garden, etc. BEAUTIFUL SUNNY CORNER, with 7-roomed Dwelling; 2 square windows and portico, bathroom and scullery, linen press; all drained, and in good order. 1 his is a good family house, and cam be purchased at a bargain price, and on very reasonable terms. TOWN SIDE OF ROSLYN.—Modern 5-robmed Dwelling; hot and c. water, gas, concrete verandah and foundations, scullery, bathroom, coalhouse, etc.; drained; level section; close to car, in sheltered, sunny position. £940. Also on TOWN SIDE of ROSLYN.—6 Rooms; 2 square windows and portico, bathroom, hot and o. water, gas; good section. £BOO or offer. NEW 5 Rooms- bathroom, pantry, washhouse, tubs and copper; close to car; good section. £490. SECTIONS, Mornington, from £IOO per i-acre, fronting District road. ROSLYN.—-Section, level corner; close to car, in good position; £265. Others, £230, £250. , Almost new 6 Rooms; verandah and oriel window, bathroom, hot and c. water, electric light; large section; 2 minutes from 2d car. Price, £550. Small deposit, and easy terras if required. „ _ T __ TO LET.—ROSLYN: 6 Rooms, 18s; 5 Rooms, 17s; 6 Rooms, 22s 6d. MAORI HILL: 6 Rooms, 16s. JOLLY’S WATCH INFIRMARY. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PBICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 3s 6d Watches Thoroughly Cleaned 3s 6d Clocks (silent), Cleaning 2s 6d Mainsprings, best quality 3s 6d Brooch Pins, Joints, and Catches...3d each. OTHER REPAIRING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, CRITERION BUILDINGS, 6 MORAY PLACE (opposite Choral Hall). NIGHTCAPS COAL IS ON SALE IN LARGE OB SMALL QUANTITIES BY ALL COAL MERCHANTS, PRICE DELIVERED WITHIN THE CITY BOUNDARY: 26a NET PER TON. juAURICB KENNELLY, Representative. JOHN MTT.T. AND CO., LTD., Local Agent*. Telephone 929.

TENDERS. OLD-ESTABLISHED IRONMONGERY BUSINESS FOR SALE. TENDERS will be received up to noon DECEMBER 11. 1914, for the PURCHASE, as a going concern, of the IRONMONGERY BUSINESS now being conducted by Messrs ARTHUR E. REES AND CO.. Gisborne, and also for the GOODWILL of the LEASE of Premises, situated in tho Best Business Thoroughfare of Gisborne. Shop Fittings, etc., at valuation. Tho Stock has been judiciously and carefully selected, as will be noted from the Stock Sheets, which may be seen on application at the office of Messrs Briscoe and Co., Dunedin. Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders, to bo accompanied with a deposit equal to 10 per cent, of the amount tendered, to be addressed to the tindersigned, marked “ Ironmongery Tender.” NOLAN AND SKEET, Solicitors, Gisborne. TENDERS will be received until noon on SATURDAY, December 5, for the ERECTION of ADDITIONS to a Residence in Garfield street, Roslyn. SALMOND AND VANES, A.R.1.8.A., Architects, National Bank Chambers. «• *• TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES AND FORAGE TO TRENTHAM CAMP. SEALED Tenders for tho DELIVERY of SUPPLIES and FORAGE to Trentham Camp will be received up till 12 o’clock noon on 3rd DECEMBER, 1914. Particulars of Supplies and Forage required and _ conditions of delivery, etc., may be obtained from Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin, and Christchurch. Envelopes containing tenders should be marked “ Tender for Supplies, eto., Trenthara Camp,” and addressed to the Quarter-master-General, Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington. A, W. ROBIN, Colonel, Quartermaster-General. 23rd November, 1914. rjIBNDERS are invited till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 10th December, for the ERECTION of NURSES’ HOME, Dunedin Hospital. MASON AND WADES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. rBTENDERS are invited till noon of the B 30th November for the ERECTION of a HOUSE in Canongate street. Plans and specifications may be seen at tho office of the undersigned, where tenders may bo lodged. D. G. MOWAT, Architect. Government Insurance Buildings. TO ELECTRICIANS. fTVENDERS will be received until noon on X SATURDAY, December sth, for Two Electric Light Installations, Moray place, for the Y.W.C-A. SALMOND AND VANES. A.R.1.8.A., registered architects, National Bank Chambers. nnENDEES will bo received until noon on X SATURDAY, December sth, for extensive Renovations and Additions to Buildings in Moray Place for the Young Women’s Christian Association. SALMOND AND VANES, A.R.1.8.A., registered architects, National Bank Chambers. TO ELECTRICIANS. rrvBNDEES will bo received until noon on X SATURDAY. December sth, for extensive Electric light Installation to Business Premises, George street, for Mr W, Penrose. SALMOND AND VANES, A.E.1.8A., registered architects, National Bank Chambers. AND FITTINGS. S HOP FRONTS All Workmanship of the Best Consult us. C. AND W. HAYWARD. LTD., Shop Frwit Factory, 529 a Great-King street. ffHMBER direct from our own saw-mills; X lowest quotations given. Henry P. Moss, Ltd., 281 Princes street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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