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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. BURTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION CHAMBERS, 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephone 380. Telephone 380. lU o. r, ■t, *3 et o, it a. FOR SALE. FOE SALE. FOR SALE. . FREEHOLD SECTION, together with homely l|ttle Cottage, containing 4 rooms, and fitted up with every convenience and comfort; drained to* Drainage Board regulations. This delightful little' property is situated in North Dunedin, within a few minutes’ walk of the penny tram section. The house has recently been painted and papered, and everything is spick and span. The price is £460. ANOTHER BARGAIN.—This Property is close to the centre of the town, and consists of a 5-roomed House and 4-acre Freehold Section, Fuller particulars of this property can be had on application. LEASEHOLD SECTION of 4-acre, and eituated on the rise, within easy access of the City. The ground rent is very low, and the lease has a long term yet to run. The buildings consist of 4-roozned Cottage and Outbuildings. The house is convenient and up to date. Price, £525. We have a Large List of PROPERTIES of all sizes FOR SALE in SOUTH DUNEDIN. INTENDING BUYERS of Properly in this locality will do well to get a list from us. There is a very natty Cottage in Fawcett street that we can thoroughly recommend. It contains 5 rooms, verandah front, bay window, etc.; drained to sewer, and electric light installed. There is a fairly large section, and plenty of room for a garden and fowl run. There is also ANOTHER PROPERTY in RICHMOND STREET that is worth considering. IT IS A BARGAIN OP BARGAINS. 4-roomed House and 15 Poles'of Freehold Land for the price of" £250. The bouse is drained and in good order. in e. 3 L 5 ir n:n is le >d ih m &- iO :e 29 a, it IS tw id rn i. N. AND E. S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS. 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood’s Private Hotel). A CHEAP HOME, CLOSE OGG’S CORNER AND WORKSHOPS.—First-class House of 6 rooms, bathroom, scullery, copper and tube, gas; workshop; garden; asphalt paths and yard; modem sanitation; £25 deposit, balance as rent. Worth inspection. Only £425. DUNCAN STREET I . —Good Home, 6 rooms; bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs, and all conveniences; fine sunny freehold section; good view; garden, etc. Terms, only £6OO. ROSLYN (fronting TOWN BELT). —Pretty Villa of 6 rooms, with every modern convenience, including electric light, drainage, washhouse, copper and tubs; fine, elevated level section, laid out m garden and -flowers; splendid view over Guy. A really good and cheap property. ON RISE (close GEORGE STREET BRIDGE). —Almost New House of 5 rooms; bathroom, hot and cold water, oicelrio light, copper and tubs, cupboards aud wardrobes, workshop, and all in good order, with a choice section; fine garden; glorious view; easy terms. £490. * CLOSE ROSLYN TRAM.—Good 4-roomed New BUNGALOW; casement windows, bathroom (enamel bath), hot and cold water, electric light, scullery, pantry, expensive papers and friezes; fine comer section, garden and fruit trees, hedges; fine view; terras to suit. Only £420. £BS PURCHASES, on sunny side of North-east Valley,. good 2-roomed Cottage, with freehold 4-acre section, laid out in order; very warm situation and splendid view. This is a decided bargain. Owner left Otago. Terms if required. MAORI HILL (with Fine View over House of 5 Rooms; plastered throughout; with all modem conveniences, including hot and cold water, washhouse, cupper and tubs; drained to sewer; cupboards and wardrobes; fine freehold sunny section, tastefully laid out in garden and lawn; tomato-house; asphalt paths and yard. This is a good property, and is for sale a bargain. Easy terms. TO LET, in City and Suburbs, 35 Houses. Call and see our list. JOLLY’S WATCH INFIRMARY. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 3s 6d Watches Thoroughly Cleaned 3s 6d Clocks (silent), Cleaning 2s 6d Mainsprings, best quality 3s 6d Brooch Fins, Joints, and Catcher...3d each. OTHER REPAIRING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. CRITERION BUILDINGS, 6 MORAY PLACE (opposite Choral Hall). NIGHTCAPS coal y IS ON SALE IN LARGE OB SMALL QUANTITIES BY ALL COAL MERCHANTS, e PRICE DELIVERED WITHIN THE CITY BOUNDARY:, 26a NET PER TON. ’ aiAUEICE KENNELLY, Representative. JOHN MILL AND CO., LTD., Local Agents. Telephone 929. RETURN OF , MR A. W. MARTIN, SOLE CONTROLLER Of PR J, A. SHERMAN'S METHOD Of TREATING RUPTURE. MR A. W. MARTIN has returned from ♦he Commonwealth, and may bo 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 their malady. Hours. Daily, 10 to 12, 2 to 5. Saturday, 10 to 12 noon. Send for Free Booklet on ‘RUPTURE AND ITS TREATMENT.* J^DNDON DENTAL PARLORS. The Home of Modem Dentistry. W*l JTE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sals, Apply ‘Star’ Office, Bond street. TENDERS, G. S' TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES AND FORAGE TO TRENTHAM CAMP. BALED Tenders for the 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 bo marked “Tender for Supplies, etc., Trentham Camp,” and addressed to the Quarter-master-General, Headquarters, Defence Department, Wellington. A. W. ROBIN, Colonel, Quartermaster-General. 23rd November, 1914. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. LEASES OF REFRESHMENT ROOMS. Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, 14th November, 1914. \7t7niTTEN TENDERS will be received TV at th.s Office up to noon of FRIDAY. 4th December, 1914, for LEASING the Refreshment Rooms at DUNEDIN RAILWAY STATION for a period of Two Years and Three Months from Ist January, 1915. Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained at the Station Master's Office at Dunedin, or at the District Traffio Managers’ Offices at Dunedin and Christchurch. Tenders are to be addressed to the General Manager Government Railways, Wellington, and marked outside “ Tender for Refreshment Rooms.” Telegraphic tenders will not be received, and no tender will necessarily be -accepted. B. H. HILEY, General Manager N.Z. Railways. FNDERS ore invited till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 10th December, for the iRECTION of NURSES’ HOME, Dunedin Hospital. MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. CHOP FRONTS AND FITTINGS. All Workmanship of the Beat. Consult us. C. AND W. HAYWARD, LTD., Shop Front Factory, 329 a Great King street. .. rIMBEK direct from our own saw-mills; lowest Quotations given. Henry F. loss. Ltd., 281 Princes street. I7IOE SALE (cheap), All Kinds Building I* Timber; space necessary for large tocks to arrive; special concessions cash ustomers Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray treet. ' CUMBER Merchant.—Howiaoh, 24 Fillenl I street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned, lime. Cement. Lowest quotations on appliition. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS, And No Charge for Extractions when Sots are Ordered FEES ARE MODERATE, And GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET. JORDAN, PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, Stock Exchange Buildings. TERRITORIALS I •NOTICE! FREE ■jl/TESSRS WRIGGLESWORTH AND BINNS WILL PHOTOGRAPH ALL TERRITORIALS LEAVING FOB THE FRONT FREEStudio: ARTEN/EUM BUILDINGS, OCTAGON. FROM EARLY MORN TILL SET OF SU: WOMAN’S WORK IS NEVER DONE 1 Devices innumerable, however, bare been thought of to mako woman's work lighter. One way of lessening toil is to use WARONUI COAL. It’s clean, hard coal. Doesn’t make smuts, but leaves a clean, white ash that makes a room easier to clean up. Moreover, it's lasting coal — you're not generally filling up scuttles. 11s 6d (CASH) HALF TON, IN CITS ALL COAL MERCHANTS, or TEL. 317. rfULBURY FORWARDING COMPANY. -*- LIMITED. Office: N0.7 Ornwford street (N.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Speciality. 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