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PUBLIC NOTICES. JffiL WEATHER OAUOB A3 KOCH TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMAOY. mm K 3 THE RULi: TO FOLLOW WHEN SICK. you are sick Ihcro is only out '»• rxi.c to follow. Don't trifle wit I: medicine of doubtful value or Hike somethitifr that, i- recommended to you by a friend. See ;i doctor. Have him diagnose your cm-o. Tluit. is the only \v;iy to ,'_'ct the right medicine for your psviicuiur condition. Brinfv your doctor's prescription to us, and wo will give you exactly what, !ii> prescription call- for. AVc iiro qtinlifipd to do uocd work, and our charges ntv vcn.-onalile. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, BYE- . GLASSES. SPECTACLES. AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "GRAMO" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS. HIGH STREET, DUNEDLN. Tnlcohonc-s 51G. 552. Residence, 3,055.

Not many people know tliat wearing the King's uniform. <ir any part of it, when tho wearer is not ;i member 01 His Majesty's forces is an offence punishable by law. A ense in point was heard in the Magistrate's Court on " Wednesday (savs the Wellington ' Times'). when before Mr D. G. \\. Cooper, S.M.. a young man named George. Albert Shields was charged with wearing the King's uniform without the Governor's permission. Inspector Hcndrey said he desired to warn the public that this was a serious matter. The wearing of a uniform by anyone not belonging to the force made the wearer liable to a fine of £5. and it would be just as well for public to know it. Defendant, in explaining how he had come by the Government garment, a military greatcoat, said the previous day, when coming down by the train from the country, a Territorial had lent it'him to protect him from the cold. The explanation was accepted by the Magistrate, who imposed a fine of £2, ov 14 days' imprisonment. On a further charge of drunkenness, accused was convicted and discharged.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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