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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. TO-DAY At CONN'S "CHAND" "HARMAOY. Barometer rising. THE RULE TO FOLLOW WHEN SICK. i % \T HEX you are sick thoro is ouly one. ** rule to follow. Don't IriJle with medicine of doubtful value or tokc something that is recommended to you by a friend. See u doctor, Have him diagnose your case. Thai is the only way to pet the right medicine for your particular condition. Bring your doctor's prescript ion to us, and we will give you exacrly what his prescription calls for. We arc qualified to do gocd work, and our charges are reasonable. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTION'S, EYEGLASSES. SPECTACLES. AND REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS; HIGH STREET, DUNE-DIN. Telephones 54G. 552. Residence, 5,055. KING OSCAR" BAR] are Finest Quality that it is IET Quotations from 'Evening Star' I.K Office for large or small quantities of Tinting before placing your Orders. INSURANCE NOTICES. STANDARD F AND M. INSCE. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. J>ISKS ACCEPTED Fire, Marine, Workers' XXi Compen'avion (including; Special Domestic Servant;' Policies), Accident n'ld Sickness. Mur.gngee Indemnity, Fidelity Guar:int;e. Administration lior.ds. I'late Glass, Burglary, Live f-'tocl:. Public Risk, Motor CarConin'ohensive Covers. Head Office: HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ARE YOU TAKING A HOLIDAY? If so, don't worry looking up time -tables, etc., but go to the GOVERNMENT "TOURIST BUREAU. _*' MO Rattray street. Where you ran get all your Tickets for Rail, Steamer, Ccacb, or Motor, and so save time worry, and inconvenience. The Agent will advise you re paces of interest; in fact, he will see you know everything worth while when travelling. REMEMPER there is No Hooking Fee or Chargo for inforin.iiion. Office open during Evenings from 14th to SUi I) cember (Xinas Day and Boxing Day excepted). S. J C'OLLETT, Tourist Agent. PUBLIC NOTICES. TAIKRI MOUTH VISITORS. JON'T Forget your supply of "KING OSCAR" SARDINES. They are the ;st. Don't take something '"just as good." TO OAMPEKS AT WAITATI. S7"OU may :amp on my p.opcrly without 3. charge if von bring a good supply of 'KING OSCAR" SARDINES JACK HAYSEED.
PETER BOYD, LICENSED LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUATOR, 193 PRINCES STREET. EXTRA SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER TO SUIT THE TIMES. JUST READ THE FOLLOWING :- r»f>f DEPOSIT purchases good sound 5- comod House in fine position on sunny side oj tran-. line in the Valley; bay window and veraudah; latest sewer drainage scciioit: lj an !ui view, garden, i.io. Torn I pic , £345. Te.insJUST PAYINI4 KENT IN THE FaCK OF THIS MAGNIFICENT CHANCE TO .SECURE YOUR OWN FREEHOLD PRO V DON'T DELAY ONE .MOMENT IN SEEING ABOUT THIS FINE PROPOSITION. £»£) r DEPOSIT.—RAVENSBOUBNE: COMFORTABLE- - HOME OF 5 ROOMS, WITH i-ACKE LAND, slightly on the rise, and quite handy to the station. The train fara to Eavensbourne is only tenpence per wesk, and is chraper travelling than a pf-nny section on iht. trains. Welters should no: miss this opportunity. Tho land alone is wo-th £250. TOTAL PURCH\SE MONEY £545, AND TERMS AS ABOVE—SAY, £25 DOWN AND BALANCE 15s PER WEEK. C*iyj- / DEPOSIT.—ST. CLAIH : Good sound, comfortable- 4-roomcd Collage and largo section, on the rise; delightful view; hanclv t-> tram; all in tip-top order and condition. Price, £345. £25 DEPOSIT, AND BALANCE AS RENT. The above Properties and the terms upon which they are being offered should appeal to all tho?e who may be drsirous of securing homes of their own, but have only a small amount to put down. In this way, by paying what is only a comparatively small rental, a considerable portion of it goes towards purchasing tno property. JOHN SKENE AND SON, ig** MREGISTERED LAND AN DESTATE AGENTS, 228 PRINCES STREET (next Wren's). 'Phone 1,772 CONTENTMENT. That GREAT, GLORIOUS STATE OF MIND only attainable when you OWN your OWN LITTLE FREEHOLD. Start To-day. Wc can and will assist you. £460. £460. LOWER BELLEKNOWES.—Good 6-roomod Residence, built 7 years; bay windows, portico, hj. and c. water, wardrobes, presses, etc.; drained to sewer; about i-aore land. £460; £SO deposit, balance as rental. No mortgage required. INTEREST, 5 per rent. This is a sensible prqposition. See- us to-day. X?/l AA (£SO Deposit).—Cavcrshain: Snug 5-rooined House; bays, portico; slightly &*r&\J\J elevated; alongside car; rooms in nice order; gas, bath, hj. and o. water, 2 wardrobes, 2 bookcases, scullery, verandah at baci;; small freehold section; good position. A GKNUINK UAHUAIN AT £*oo. Genuine Xraa< Box. TE have THE BEST SUBURBAN GROCERY BUSINESS on tho market For Sale. .t' Everything origin and clean; cash business; living rooms, stable, etc. Full particulars on application. "ERK'ii YOUR OPPORTUNITY.—£I2S, or near offer, purchases i-acre and 5 poles . of Land in Mornington (Main road); 7 minutes to car, handy school, bowling green, etc.; nearly 100 ft frontage; would subdivide. Terms. Chance of a lifetime. BUSTLE to SKENE'S AGENCY. Telephone 2.458. F. CARTER AND CO., Telephone 1,458. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS. EXCHANGE COURT. DUNEDIN. ST. KlLDA.—Nicest up-to-dato Semi-Bungalow, of four good rooms; latest design in paptr-j, steel ceilings, lift studs, newest mantelpieces, tile giatos and hearths, electrio light, chained to D.B. regulations, mirror-door wardrobe, cupboards, bathroom, basin, leadlijhts in hall, aud splendid section (50 x 100; well filled in); concrete verandah. £550. Very easy terms. Just ready to go into. FORBURY ;near to Government Workshops).—New, Modern Four-roomed House of latest desigu; casement windows, electric light, best papers aud mantelpieces—in fact, evsry.hing oi* the Tery latest in conveniences, including drainage; good section. £5lO ana easv turns. SPLENDID NEW FIVE-ROOMED VILLA in Forbury, clokj to Workshops: fibrous plaster ceilings, electric light, lorely mantelpieces and tOe grates, very latest in papers with friezes, casement windows and blinds, panelled ceiling in dining room, mirror-door wardrobes built in This is just the placo for anyone getting married, and is for quick sale at the low price of £560, on easy terms, if required. Inspect this little gem at once. We have a SPLENDID SECTION, all ready to build on, in the best part of MUSSELBURGH, un tram line; well fenced. £J6S. Small deposit, balance in quarterly payments. • Inquire sharp. SUBURBAN GENERAL STORE FOR SALE ne a going concern. Owner retiring swing to ill-health. Particulars to bona fide buyers only. This is a rare genuine bargain. F. CARTER AND CO., Exchange Court (opposite National Bank of Now Zealand).
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