PUBLIC NOTICES. WJUKEEB QAtTQB m BOOM TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY. Barometer rising TO FOLLOW WHEN SICK. y° u al 'e f ' ck there is only one ** ■ rule to follow. Don't triflr: with medicine o;' doubtful value or i«ke something thai i- recommended to you by a friend. See a doctor. lfavr '- : J: '- your case. That, is the only rijlil. medicine for your particular condition. Brini; your doctor's prescription to us, and \vr» will ijivp you exactly what, his proscription calli? tor. We are qualified to do good work, and our charges are reasonable. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES. SPECTACLES. AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "CRAND" PHARMACY, ! GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. i Telephones 546. 552. Residence, 3.055. •EVENING STAR.' -INSTRUCTIONS as to the Insertion or J. Withdrawal of Advertisements in the 'Slar' must be in writing. Alterations for Standing Advertisement* must be handed in by 11 a.m. on the day before they are required to appear. Advertisers in the country can remit paytut in by Money Orders or Postage Stamps. x'or the convenience of advertisers, replies to advertisements may be sent to the • Evening Star' Advertising Office; but the Proprietors do not accept any responsibility in this respect. While every care is exercised in regard to the due insertion of advertisements, the Proprietors do not hold themselves responsible tor the non-insertion through accident o* from other causes: and the Proprietors reserve to themselves the right of omitting advertisements that they may deem objectionable, even although = jch advertisement* may have been received and i>iid for in th« usual course of lius'nrss. All literary communications should be addressed to the Editor, and all communications relating to matters of business to cha Manager. FOR SALE. -Sections 12 and 14. Block 11., _LIH7 St. Alban.-. 4 each, level: snip. ■v-ion." 'Siar' Oflier. ''OR SALE, Centrifugal also Duplex Pump:: en water 500sa! to 8,000s;al rdnc-r tins, Oil, and Steam ps, Hydraulic Pulleys. Blocks, el QUOTATIONS Given and Indents I for all classes cl Mining and other Machinery. R. U Denniston and Co., Stuart
THE MOST SUITABLE AND MOST APPRECIATE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CIFTS IS SOME ARTICLE OF JEWELLERY OR SILVERV/ARE. fir.-.t of our CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. M-Icocd I: bo-,', ehoioe, w~ iidviso prospective purchaseis not 1 mi'rats some <>( the latest and nmsl. exclusive articles EXPAXDIXG BANGLES, daintily set with Pearls ai I'Liii'ium ard Gold, ard set with LIBERTY ART DRESS lIINGS, BROOCHES, WATCIt BANGLES EARRINGS, etc., in the newest patterns. THE SILVER EXAMEL JEWELLERY comprises some beautiful dr. r in BROOCHES, HAXGLES, HATPINS. BLOUSE SETS. e(c. STLVER TOILET TABLE REQUISITES, i SALTS iIO'ITLCS, SCENT SPRAYS, JEWEL CASKETS, BRUSHES, MIRRORS, etc. great variety, including TRINKET COXES, Te'r phone 1,458 (i. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., F. CARTER AND CO., Telephoned. LaXD AND ESTATE AGENTS, EXCHANGE COURT. DUXEDIX. ST. HILDA .-UP-TO-DATE New Four- roomed SEMI - BUNGALOW ; electric light, drained to 1.».i1. requirements, very LATEST- i;i papers and mantelpieces, tile grates and hearths, CASEMENT windows, verandah: pood FREEHOLD section, well filled in, on sunny side of street This is one ol the best little homes in this suburb. £550. and -asv term*, can be arranged. ST. KJLDA.—Five.vnome.l New MO.DEKX RESIDENCE on splendid comer section; clechv light, drained; everv'hing of the ve;v latest; ANTIQUE MANTELPIECES, best grate." r.vilh tile,i. CORNER" FIREPLACES. large workshop, GARDEN AND LAWN. First < T rnuin< a lmver that insmrT- this property will buy. £685. ST'. KILDA.—Six-iomned NEW MODERN "DWELLING of artistic design; easement windows, electric Lghr throiisjhoiu. drained to regulations, CORNER WARDROBES. he«t steel coilinps, LOVELY PANELLED HALL (with leadhgbts). NATURAL WOOD mantelpieces (with beautiful tile grates), PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH. Thi 3 House was built, under the owner's supervision, and is one of the 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 RETT RED MAN who wants plenty of room. Cali on tis and get FULL PARTICULARS at, once, as this property 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 these for ENERGETIC persons. F. CARTER AND CO., Opposifo National Bank of New Zealand. PETER BOYD, LICENSED LAND SALESMAN, VALUATOR, Etc., 195 Princes street. SPECIAL BARGAINS TO SUIT THE TIMES. £35. £95. £lO5. ST. KILDA SECTIONS. ST. KTLDA SECTIONS. ST. KILDA SECTIONS. INQUIRE about, ihesc Fine Building Sifts at once. These are absolutely the Cheapest Sect ons anywhere round about the City, and now's the time to btiv. JC'l 1 A —*^ t- : Very attractive 4 Ro.uns; bay window, verandah, bath, hj. and S('xl" c.. gis; extra high and dry; lift studs; in perfect, order. You should see_this. Terms. PCOA —Musselburgh: 5 Rooms; two large box windows and verandah, electric d&tJ.4\f hjt and cold water to bath, basfn, sink etc., latest sewer drainage; splendid large section, in first-class position; handy to two trams; terms to s.uit buyer. Must be sold at once. SEASIDE SECTIONS, CRIBS, AND BUNGALOWS.—CaII and get particulars of these in al! parts. We have some real bargains at Macandrew s Bay and Brighton. See us before it is too late for these. T. LEONARDS: Splendid Residenco of 6 fine rooms and jj of an acre of Land; hot kZ? and rold, bath, etc.; up to date in every way; grand garden; lovely position. This is an ideal place to live. Water supply Jnid ci'i. Don't deky, r but see this to-day. O/Jryp* —Maori HIL: 5 Rooms; two box windows and portico, bath, hj. and c^7basin" <&Tt IO gas; beautiful view; very sunny situation, fbis is the place for anyone wanting jo_piirchase_j>n_t.be_hilL - X»/»Wp'—Gaversh»m: Superior 5-roomed Bungalow, in lovely position, slightly on si/Tj i O rise; great view; very latest style and finish throughout; every possiblo modern convenience; complete in every detail; an ideal home in every respect. This is worth seeiru:.
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