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WANTEDS, ETC. OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. . T\7ANTED TO BUY, OLD FALSE » T TEETH. Highest prices given in New Eealnnd Ca-h by return wail. Send J. PUNaTONE, Box 345, Christchurch. LOOK! The Very Latest; Gents’ Clothes C'eancti, Repaired, and Pressed by Practical Tailor. Levy, 39 Princes street. YOU get the best—nothing else—if you say; “‘B.L.’ Whisky, pleased ■\7OUTH whi knows (to tobacconist): JL “ Packet of Red Jacket, please. It's best for cigarettes.” 4 KTIFICIAL Tooth J: V Personal Effects „ Bought. Fricdlander, 134 Rattray street, Dunedin. Old Gold, Silver, any quantity THE War!—l’ll bet you one of Lethaby’s best Umbrellas the Germans will get licked. "VVTHAT Another new Umbrella? No, » 7 1 had it Re-covered Lethaby’s, next Post Oflieo. OH! vou have broken my best China. .Take it to Lcthaby’s to be repaired^ TT T3IBRELLAS Ec-covcrcd and Repaired in <L' one hour at Lcthaby’s, next Post Oflicc. •’piIOUSAND Shaves a' ShUUnjTby get.l ring your Razors Ground and Set at Lcthaby's. POST Blunt Razor.;, with address and 13 stamps; returned next day keen. Lolbabv, Stock Exchange. Dunedin. Magnificent whisky, isn’t it? “B.L., r of course. I AWN-CUTTING a pleasure when your I Mower has ben overhauled at Manson’s, 199 Crawford street; 'phone 2,605. BRIGHTON Coach leaves Green Island daily on arrival 7.50 a.m. and 5.15 p-m. (rains; Saturdays. 1.15 and 5.15 pan. trains; leaves Brighton 7 a.m. and 3.45 pan.; also Manse street daily 9 a.m. Williams and Hobbs, *■ Brighton House.” THE whole story of Red Jacket Cigarette Tobacco told in two words; "Quality,” ” Economy." }7UT for a king 1 so good. B L.” Whisky. So pure, ITOR Plumbing. Draining. Gar-fitting try . Walter Foster and Co., Cargill’s Corner, Kensington; estimates given. Telephone 1,024. "IT/lIITE Pino Borer killed or driven out » » by Lig.'iol te. Partieulai agent. Dunedin. eulars Keith Kam1M PORT A NT. —Say “B.L.' Whisky.” because no other spirit is so pure, so beneficial. REFRESHING. Invigorating, Pungent, ' Sumnlaiicg; lots of other good thing? ;ouid bo said of Symington’s Coffee Esser.ee. Paper Patterns.—A splendid new Li range of " Butte.irk" Paper Patterns; 3,000 in stock; any garment post, free, lOd; rnd -lamp for free Monthly Fashion Book. Brown, Ewing, and Co., Lid., Dunedin, sole igents. \yHEN ordering, always say “ ‘ B.L.’ Whisky, please.” 4 L F. E. BROW N, Fruiterer and Grocer, 305 GEORGE STREET. Besides giving rho Most Liberal Discount on Cash Purchases, sells, quality for quality, as cheap, if not cheaper, than any other grocer or fruiterer in the City. Return Cash Receipts dated Nov. 9th, and get money returned in full. AT.F. BROWN, 305 George street. Tel. 9SO. Everywhere vou go you’ll find “B.l.” Whisky. People will have it. DRY CLEANING.

OUR Process of DRY CLEANING of S£JITS ami COSTUMES is tlio only ‘ .. iuca ' prevents the* 'stains from reappearing. The Goods, after being thoroughly cleaned, arc tailor-pressed, and returned like new. TAYLOR'S CITY DYE WORKS, 137 George street. 'Phone 459. IF you ecc “ B.L.’’ on the bottle, you may know the whi-ky is purest and best. TENDERS. GRAZING. O ITERS will be received up to THURSDAY. 17'h December, for GRAZING RIGHTS (Horses. Sheep, or Cattle) over Part of Otago Golf Club's Property at Rosiyn, containing about 26 acres. Terms; Ono month's notice. Apple GEO. H. G. SMITH, 30 Crawford street. rrtHE TIME for RECEIVING TENDERS 1 for the NURSES’ HOME has been EXTENDED till 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 17tU December, 1911. MASON AND WALES, Registered Arciiitects, Dunedin. miMTiER Direct from our own Saw-mills; X lowest quotations given. Henry F. Moss. Ltd.. 281 Princes sthect. FOR SALE (cheap). AH Kindl^Tildlnsr iimbtr: space necc-- ary for large .-locks to arrive: special concession- ea sh customers. Keith Ramsay, Lower Rattray street. rrUMBER Merchant. —llowi-on, 21 Fiilsul X street. AL stocks thoroughly seasoned Lime. Cement. Lowest quotations on applicat ion. EDUCATIONAL. rjCHE DANGER DRESSCUTTTNG SCHOOL, 13 HIGH STREET I'enposito D.1.0.). CLASSES DAILY, 10 io 12 and 2 to 5. MONDAY a.;d THURSDAY EVENINGS, 7 to 9. Patterns Cut to Measure Specialty J’rrspcctus on Application. Ml- C. STEWART, Principal. MONEY. MONEY TO LEND on Personal Security, also on Life Policies, Bond Warrants, Freeholds, Leaseholds, etc. Kills Discounted, large or small sums, lowest currant rates of interest. D. MOLONEY. Finance and Estate Agent, 90 PRINCES STREET. DUNEDIN.

REST. CALLAX A.XD CALLAWAY, Solicitors, 219 Princes street, Dunedin. (Next dour to Auction Rooms of Messrs Alex. Karris and Co.). OXEV Tf! LfiXn on Freehold Securities at Current Rotes. EDMUND J. SMITH, Solicitor, X.Z. Express Co.'s Budding, Bond street MOXEY TO LEND, in any sum, on Mo gage Security, lowest current rates. D’JX ED IX .SAVINGS BANK, established 1864, receives Deposits from Is to £100; interest 5j per cent, on monthly ba.nuces. Copies of rules may bo obtained on application. Frei Smith, manager. I "VTTE ADVANCE from £3 upwards Furni- ? T ture, Lite Policies, Bond Warrants. BnJs of Lading. Otago Finance and Agency Co., Ltd., 15 Empire Buildings, Princes street, Dunedin. MOXEY TO LEND at Current Rates. auo Trustees. Executors, and Agency Company of Xrw Zealand, Limited. (TOkTAXTEID Lend £5 upwards. Furniture. II Promissory. Xotes; confidential; easy repayments. W. C. Gray, 225 Princes street. Empire Buildings, Princes street. ADAMS BROS., MONEY Club.—Large or Small Loans, all classes security; easy repayments. Particulate Hugh Mitchcil, Stock l-Xc.himgu-

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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