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PUBLIC NOTICES. JOLLY'S WATCH INFIRMARY. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 356; l Watches Thoroughly Cleaned 3s 6d Clocks (silent), Cleaning 2s 6d Mainsprings, best quality 3s 8d Brooch Pins, Joints, and Catches...3d each. OTHER REPAIRING AT GR EATLY REDUCED PRICES. CRITERION BUILDINGS. 6 MORAY PLACE (opposite Choral Hall). N. AND E. S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (oppnsito Wood's Private Hotel). A CHEAP HOME, CLOSE OGG'S CORNER AND WORKSHOPS.—First-class Hoiiso of 6 rooms, bathroi.ni, scullery, copper and tubs, gas; workshop; garden; asphalt, paths and yard; modern sanitation; £25 deposit, balance as rent. Worth inspection. Only £425. DUNCAN STREET.—Good Homo, 6 rooms; bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs, and all conveniences; fine sunny freehold section; good view; garden, etc. Terms, only £f>oo. ROSLYN (fronting TOWN BELT).—Pretty A'illa of 6 rooms, with every modern convenience, including electric light, drainage, washhouse, copper and tubs; fine, elevated level section, laid out in garden and flowers; splendid view over Cwv. A really good and cheap property. ON RISK (close GEORGE STREET BRIDGE).—AImost New House of 5 rooms; bathroom, hot and cold water, ciccifio iight, copper and tubs, cupboard? and wardrobes, workshop, and all in g:od order, with a choice section; fino garden; glorious view: easy terms. £430. CLOSE ROSLYN TRAM.—Good 4 menu J Now BUNGALOW; casement windows, bathroom (enamel batbX hot and cold w;iter, electric light, scullery, pantry, expensive papers and friezes; line corner section, garden aiid fruit trees, hedges; fino' view; terms to suit. Onlv £420. £BS PURCHASES, on sunny side of North-east Valley, good 2-roomed Cottage, with freehold i-we 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 City).—Splendidly-built House of 5 Rooni3; plastered throughout; with alt modern conveniences, including hot and cold water, washhousfc. eepper and tubs; drained to sewer; cupboards and wardrobes; line freehold sunny section, tastefully laid out in garden and lawn: tomato-house; asphalt pn'hs 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 iisl. burton" and Tpatterson, " ALBION CHAMBERS, 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephone 380. Telephone 3SO. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. A GREAT BARGAIN, ST. CLAIR.-In the-very ''est part, sunny, elevated Freehold Section, next tram line, sfift frontage, handy to the Beach: together with a 6-room->d Residence, bathroom, washhouse. tubs, copper: all drained under the ik-v* rc-uh-tions. ONE OF THE CHEAPEST PROPERTIES ever offered in St. Clair. Vhc land alone is worth more than the money. Easy terms can bo arrange 1 if desired Price, £475. FREEHOLD SECTION, together with homely little 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 ß fe'w niinutcs" 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 tho town, and consists of a 5-roomed House and i-acro Freehold Section. Fuller particulars of this property can be had on application, 'o have a Large List of PROPERTIES of all sizes FOR SALE in SOUTH DUNEDIN INTENDING BUYERS of Property in this locality will do well to get a list from us. There is a very natty Cottage in Fawcett street that we can thorough- 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 oon<=ide--ine. IT IS A BARGAIN OF BARGAINS. 4-roomed House and 15 Poles of Freehold Land for the price of £250. The house is drained and in good order.

. LASGOW RESTAURANT, r 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 Cooke. BEDS, Is (Clean and Comfortable). Telephone 1,650. MDONALD AND SMITH, Proprietors. TERRITORIALSI NOTICE! FREE! ESSRS WRIGGLESWORTH AND BINNS WILL PHOTOGRAPH ALL TERRITORIALS LEAVING FOR THE FRONT FREE. Studio: ARTENiEUM BUILDINGS, OCTAGON. RETURN OF MR A. W. MARTIN, SOLE CONTROLLER SHERMAN'S METHOD TREATING RUPTURE. MR A. W. MARTIN has returned from 'h:; Commonwealth, and may be consulted FREE at SAMSON'S BUILDINGS. DOWLING STRKET, DUNEDIN, Till further notice. DAILY, from MONDAY. Visitors to thr Summer Show who arc 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." (1 ET Quotations from ' Evening Star X Office for largo or small quantities of Printing before placing your Orders. TENDERS. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. . lENDERS will be received at this office . up till 5 p.m. on WEDNESDAY. 16th December, for the ERECTION ot a SCHOOL (in wood) at Otanoinomo. Thins mid specifications may he scfii ;tt the School, Bah-lutha. and .it this office. S. M. PARK. Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 2nd December, 1914. TENDERS are invited till noon on the I 12th inst. for ERECTING a STOKE at i\;<-- Beaumont. Plans to be seen at Her- ' bert and Co.'s, Lawrence, and with the undersigned. J. A. BURNSIDE, registered architect. lENDERS are invited till 10 a.m. on I jl THURSDAY, lOlh December, for the ERECTION of NURSES' HOME, Dunedin I Hospital. MASON AND WALES, Registered Architects, Dunedin. HOP FRONTS AND FITTINGS. All Workmanship of the Beit. Consult us. C. AND W. HAYWARD, LTD., Shop Frint Factory, 529<i Great King street. TIMBER direct from our own saw-mills; lowest cuotations given. Henry F. Moss, Ltd., 281 Princes street. FOB SALE (cheap). All Kinds Building Timber: space necessary for large stocks to arrive; special concessions cash customers Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray street. rrUMßEß~Merchant.—Howison, 24 Fifieiil JL street. All stocks thoroughly seasoned. Lime, Cement. Lowest quotations on application.

miLBURY FORWARDING COMPANY, JL T.T\TITPri Office: No. 7 Crawford street (S.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Speciality. Telephone: Office, 2,304; after 5 p.m., 1,128. FROM EARLY MORN TILL SET OF SUN! WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE! Devices innumerable, however, have been thought- of io inako woman's work lighter. One wav of leesruiny WARONLI COAL. It's clean, hard coal. Doesn't make smuts, but leaves a clean, white, ash that makes a room easier to rlean up. Moreover, it's kstini; coal — you're not continually filling up scuttles. lis 6d (CASH) HALF TON, IN CITY. ALL COAL MERCHANTS, or TEL. 517. READ'S DOG'S HEAD CESS' STOUT AND BASS' ALE Now Procurable in FAMILY NIPS, Just sufficient for one glass. Packed in boxes containinj,' one dozen. Obtainable at all Wine and Spirit Merchants and Hotel?. R WILSON AND CO., LIMITED. Pond and Jetty streets, Duncdin, A scuts for READ BROS.. LIMITED.

Troubles of the Toilet.—.Mrs White. " Your husband dresses very quietly." Mrs Gray: '"Quietly? Gracious, yoa should have heard him putting on "hi* collar this moraine!"

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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