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PUBLIC NOTICES. ~ J2L WXATKBft QAUOB AS HOOK ""•"• TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" ffHARMAOY. Barometer falling. THE RULE TO FOLLOW WHEN SICK. ,VV7"HEX you aro sick thero is only one * * rule to follow. Don't trifle with medicine of doubtful value or tako Eoraetliiupr that is recommended to you by a friend. Hcc a doctor. Havo him diagnose your case. That is the only way to get tha medicine for your particular condition. Bring your doctor's prescription to us, and we will give you exactly what his prescription calls for. We aro qualified to do e;ood work, and our charges ore reasonable. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "CRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS. HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephones 546, 552. Residence, 3,055. TILBURY FORWARDING COMPANY, LIMITED. Office: No. 7 Crawford street (N.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.

A \am Quest.—" "Why did you never marry, sir!-" inquired a young benedict of an old bachelor. " Well, you see," replied the single one, "when I was quite young I resolved that I wouldn't marry until I found an ideal wct.iu. I was difficult to please, hut aft >r n.aiiy years I found her." "Lucky beggar! And thon " "She was looking'for the ideal man I" replied the bachelor .sadly.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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