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PUBLIC NOTICES. JOHN GrEEEJN AND CoJ AUCTIONEERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, FARM SALESMEN, COMMISSION AGENTS. Of?on- Gin-gill road; 5-roomed Home, in central position; gas throughout, scullery, pantry, washhouse, copper and tubs; over i-acrc section, nice garden and paths. Must bo sold, ns the present owner is leaving, and inspection of this home is recommended. Cards on application. " 1286 £3OO for a well-built 4-roomed Home, South Dunedin, very oloso to the penny section; washhouse, copper and tubs; drained to the sewer; section 13 poles, and for immediate sale, as the present owner is leaving Dunedin. Cards to view on application. 1675 O'! KAA —City. Brick Residence of 7 3i»J-«7vf \7 200 ms, situated only 4 minutes from General Post Offico; com- j mands a magnificent view; verandah, bay windows; electric I light, tiled hearths and grates; bathroom, basin, hot and cold water; also a nice conservatory and tomato-house Fullest particulars on application. 1701 £475 —Roslyn: 8 Rooms; largo hall, bathroom, basin, shower, builtin wardrobes, linen presses, tiled hearths and grates, washhouse, copper and tubs, fowlhouses and run, coalhouse; 2-stallod stable and coachhouse; also a full 1-acre section ; good garden, and asphalt paths. A bargain. 1672 OQArt —Beautifully - finished 6 - roomed 31*01/17 Residence, St. Hilda; return verandah, square windows, large hail and rooms, gas throughout, tiled hearths and grates, bathroom, basin, shower, hot and cold water, pantry, scullery, washhouse, copper and tubs; pood corner section; only 2 minutes from electric car. Inquiries solicited. 1729 £470 —Bungalow Residence of 4 rooms; casement windows, verandah, :, i ha 11. electric light, bathroom, basin, hot and cold wui. r, vvashauuse, copper and tubs, coal shed; section over 25 poles. Tonus, £IOO cash, balance on verv easy terms. This js situated in the Kaikorai District. Inquiries solicited. 1667 £BOO —Gentleman’s Residence, Roslyn, commanding a much-dcsirod position, beautiful view, and consists of 6 rooms (well finished), bay windows, portico, electric light throughout, bathroom, basin, shower, hot and cold water, built-in wardrobes, washhouse, copper and tubs; drained to regulations; nice section; lawn and garden. Highly recommended. f»rQA —Verandah and Square-window RejtiOO V/ sidence of 5 rooms; arch hall. gas throughout, art papers and friezes, bathroom, shower, hot and told water, washhouse, copper and tubs, coalhouse, very nice vinery; large shed; concrete foundations; asphalt paths; large yard; nice garden. Recommended. 1660 JOHN GEERI!.' AND CO., PROPERTY SALESMEN, 205 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. BELL’S ROYAL GARAGE, MANOR PLACE (Next Crown Roller Mills). F. B. BELL, Proprietor. Agent for Silent Supreme Sunbeams, Silent Wolseley (England’s host), Unic and Deluge (French), Marathon also Stellite Light Car, manufactured by the Wolseley Motor Cur Company. SUNBEAM CARS FOR HIRE. ’Phone 2,888. HOW TO SECURE AND HARVEST A SPLENDID HAY CROP. SECURE an Armour Johnstone LIME SPREADER, “ the best and cheapest Lime Spreader in commerce to-day,” and thoroughly lirco your grass land. Then secure one of Frost and Wood’s INVINCIBLE GRASS MOWERS, the cheapest and easiestrunning Mower manufactured, at the lowest price possible; and then buy one of Frost end Wood’s TIGER RAKES, a most useful machine, at a trifling cost. You will bo delighted with the results, and prove yourself a progressive and reliable farmer. REILLY, GILL, AND CO., Solo Agents for Otago. Glasgow restaurant, 265 MORAY PLACE. Three Minutes from Railway Station. AN IDEAL HOME FOR WORKING MEN. MEALS, 6d (Dinner, Three Courses). EVERYTHING OF THE BEST QUALITY. Prepared by one of New Zealand’s Best Cooks. BEDS, Is (Clean and Comfortable). Telephone 1,650. M'DONALD AND SMITH, Proprietors. RETURN OF MR A. W. MARTIN, SOLE CONTROLLER Of DR J. A. SHERMAN’S METHOD Of TREATING RUPTURE.

ME A. W. MARTIN has returned from *he Commonwealth, and may be consulted FREE at SAMSON’S BUILDINGS. DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN, Till further notice, DAILY, 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 theit malady. Hours i Daily, 10 to 12, 2 to 5. Saturday, 10 to 12 noon. Send for Free Booklet on 'RUPTURE AND ITS TREATMENT,’ NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. EXPERIENCE has shown that in the use of tho TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read back to the sender, and occasionally there are Misconceptions in Instructions. , ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED TO •WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust to a Telephone Message, as we cannot hold ouraelvea responsible if arrow occur*

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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