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PUBLIC NOTICES. THE MOST SUITABLE AND MOST APPRECIATED OF CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GIFTS IS SOME ARTICLE OF JEWELLERY OR SILVERWARE. The first of our CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, sclented by our Mill alter \oting, arc now being displayed, and as (hose who call early get the bee, choice, w? adviso 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. Quite new and very reasonable in price. DRESS RINGS, BROOCHES, WATCH BANGLES, EARRINGS, etc., in (he newest patterns. THE SILVER' ENAMEL JEWELLERY comprises some beautiful designs in BROOCHES, BANGLES, HATPINS, BLOUSE SETS. etc. SILVER TOILET TABLE REQUISITES, in great variety, including SALTS BOTTT.ES. SCENT SPRAYS, TRINKET BOXES, JEWEL CASKETS, BRUSHES, MIRRORS, etc. G, AND T. YOUNG, LTD., 88 PRINCES STREET. JO L LI’S IV AT C H INPIE MAR Y. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 3s Sd Watches Thoroughly Cleaned 3s Pd Clocks (silent). Cleaning 2sCd Mainsprings, best quality 3s Sd Brooch Pins, Joints, and Catches...3d cadi. OTHER REPAIRING AT GR EATLY REDUCED PRICES. CRITERION BUILDINGS, 6 MORAY PLACE (opposite Choral Hall). Telephone 1,453. F. CARTER AND CO., Telephone 1,453. Land AND ESTATE AGENTS, EXCHANGE COURT, DUNEDIN. ST. K(EDA.—UP-TO-DATE New Four-roomed SEMI - BUNGALOW; electric light, drained to D.B. requirements, very LATEST in papers and mamelpieces, tile grates and hearths, CASEMENT windows, verandah; good FREEHOLD section. welTfilled in, on sunny side of street. This is one of the best little homes in this suburb. £550, and easy terms can bo arranged. ST. KILDA. —Five-roomed New MODERN RESIDENCE on splendid earner section; electric light, drained; everything of the very latest; ANTIQUE MANTELPIECES, best grates iwith tiles), CORNER FIREPLACES, large workshop, GARDEN AND LAWN. First genuine buyer that inspects this property will buy. £685. ST. KILDA. —Six-roomed NEW MODERN DWELLING of artistic; design; casement windows. electric light throughout, drained to reguiationr. CORNER WARDROBES, best steel ceilings, LOVELY PANELLED HALL (with leadlighrs). NATURAL WOOD mantelpieces (with beautiful tile grates), PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH. This House was built under the owner's supervision, and is one 0 f (he BEST BUILT in the district. The Section is VERY HIGH, and is laid out in FLOWER and VEGETABLE garden, lawn. etc. Just the place for a RETIRED MAN who wants plenty of room. Call on tt.-t and got FULL PARTICULARS at once, as this properly will not be on the market long. We have SEVERAL SMALL BUSINESSES and BOARDING - HOUSES FOR SALE. There is a real good living in any of those for ENERGETIC persons. F. CARTER AND CO.. Opposite National Bank of New Zealand. NIGHTCAPS COAL IS ON SALE IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES BY ALL COAL MERCHANTS. PRICE DELIVERED WITHIN THE CITY BOUNDARY: 26« NET PER TON. TiAURICE KENNELLT, Representatir*. JOHN MILL AND. CO., LTD., Local Agents. Telephone 929.

BELL’S ROYAL GAKAG K, MANOR PLACE (Nest Crown Roller Mills). I F. E. BELL, Proprietor, j Agent for Silent Supreme Sunbeams, Silent AVolseley (England's best), Unic and Deluge (French). Marathon 'American): also Stellite Light Car, manufactured by the AVolseley Motor Cur Company. SUNBEAM CARS FOR HIRE. ’Phono 2,888. TENDERS, rpENDERS will be received until 12 o’clock Jl on MONDAY. December 7th, 1914. for REINSTATING WOODEN RESIDENCE. Sr. Kilda. Plan- and specifications may be seen at rnv nilicc. ED MEN D A NS.COM BE. Registered Architect. Union Bank Jlttihlingu. Dunedin. TENDERS are invited till noon on the 12tb mst. for ERECTING a STORE at the Beaumont. Plans to be seen at Herbert and Co.’s, Lawrence, and with the undersigned. J. A. BURNSIDE, registered a reliitect. In the matter of the Assigned Estate of A. R. WATSON, of Gore, stationer. rfTENDERS are invited for the PURCHASE A of the STOCK-IN-TRADE, etc., of Bodes. Stationery, and Crockery, amount ing as per stock lists to £1.405 7s lid. more or less. Condition*; of Sale can he seen at. our office or at the premises. Gore. Tenders, accompanied by a deposit of 10 per cent., will be received at our office, 26 Dowling street. Dunedin, up to noon of THURSDAY. lOlli December, 1914. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ST AT II ATI AND CO.. Agents for the. Trustee. , Ist December. 1914. TENDERS are invited t.ili 10 on THURSDAY, inth December, for the ERECTION of NURSES’ HOME, Dunedin Hospital. MASON" AND WALES, Registered Aiclmects, Dunedin. TENDERS will be received until 2 p.m. on MONT LAY. December 14, 1914, for the ERECTION of THREE COTTAGES at Taiaroa Head for the Otago Harbor Board. BASIL HOOPER, A.R.1.8.A., Registered Architect. A.ALP. Buildings. ARRAHiJ A R R A H! Full Stocks of .lARRAH and .SEASONED JAKKAH FLOORING on hand. MILLAR’S WEST AUSTRALIAN HARDWOODS COMPANY, LTD. j ARGE STOCKS OE SEASONED RED PINE, OREGON, and other IMPORTED TIMBERS. Lowest Quotations. H. V. HADDOCK, LTD., Richardson street. OHOP FRONT’S AND FITTINGS All Workmanship of the Best. Consult us. C. AND W. HAYWARD, LTD.. Shop Font Factory, 329 a Great King street. TIMBER direct from, our own saw-mills; lowest cuotationo given. Henry F. Hoes. Ltd., 281 Princes street. FOR SALE (cheap). All Kinds Building Timber; space necessary for large stocks to arrive; special concessions cash customers Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray street. f| TIMBER Merchant. —Howison, 24 Fillenl X street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned, j Lime, Cement, Lowest quotations ou application.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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