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PUBLIC NOTICES. Thorn'ouNoti WEATHER GAUGE AT NOOK '] TO-DAY !!| At CONN'S 70 L "CRAND" PHARMACY Barometer steady. BETWEEN. Between Patient and Doctor wo Stand with Finest, Purest Drug 3 and our Compounding Skill. Besides, we put into the Prescription '"Exactly What is Prescribed. If the Best appeals to you, you should let us fill your Prescriptions. Send your Prescriptions to /BONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "CRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Duncdin. TERMS UNBEATEN jr»/?iyr Pot- 1 Aero of Land and a well3<*\J Cif built Residence of 6 rooms; verandah, bathroom, hot and cold wider, wasbbousr. copper and tubs; good vinery and tomato-house, nice garden and orchard; situated in a favorite locality, and for immediate tale, as present owner is leaving Duncdin. 1704 C*"< r *(\ —Verandah and Square-window Rei)OU sidonce of 5 rooms; arch hall, pas throughout, art papers and friezes, bathroom, .shower, hot and cold water, washhou.se, cu|ipe" ami tubs, coiilhousv, vevy nice vinery; largo shed; concrete foundations; asphalt paths; large yard; nice garden. Recommended. 1660 roll-built Residence of 6 tn.s; verandah, bay window, > bathroom, vasniiouse, copper ana tubs; live hedges, asphalt ).aths. and a full j-acro level sec;ion; one minute from car and on Main road, North-east Valky. Inquiries solicited. Rc.it of tcnn.s offered. Owner ieaviug Duntdin. Don't hesitate. ' 1180 £*~t ?~ fifi —'-'''y Brick Residence of 7 cS»iOUv/ 'corns, situated only A minutes from General Po.-t Office: commands a magnificent view; verandah, liav windows; electric light, tiled hearths and grates; h.uluv.om, basin, hot and cold water; al~o a nice conservatory iiiid torn ito-h..inc. Fullest particulars on application. 1701 —Read this: A 5-roomcd Residah, ' electric light. fibrous plaster ceiling-, very nicelyfinished hall, bathroom, shower, hot and cold water; washhou'c, copper and tubs; only 21 years built; <lO polo seclion, in fruit and flower garden. Situaud Kaikorai's favorite position. 1710 OWAA —Roslvn: 6-roomcfl Residcnc; nrcrT hall, verandah. fqnore windows; electric light, bathrooin. basin, all conveniences; tiled hearth- and grates, builtin wardrobe*, pantry, scullery; art papers and friezes; w.ishliuius.-, copper and tubs; fowlliotises and run; nice Section. A bargniu. 1736 ' ~ D.pcsi: on .St. Clair Residence, of 6 .~J rooms; libious plaster ceilings, nice hall, elect ne light., built-in wardrobes, bathroom, shower, hot and cold water; •wishhoiise, copper and tubs; sec, ion over 23 poles, and in the favorite locality; meely lau! out in garden, asphalt, paths, f.tc. Fullest particulars oil implication at office. 12C9 JOHN* fi F.ERIN AND CO., PROPKRTY SAI.ESMEN, 205 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. WHAT MAKE.ONE HAPPY? Some niv a mc Housewife who Cooks the Meals savs P-WAROXUI COAL Gives Joy and Happiness, because it is Always Reliable, Always Cooks Weil. THE CLEANEST, THE HOTTEST. THE JlOeT ECONOMICAL. WOMEN'S FIUNCIIISE JUBILEE, IS?3-mi4. A PAMPHLET, containing the opinions of £\ those who assisted to pass the Electoral Act of 1895, tinder which the Women of this Dominion gained the Parliamentary Vote, can be obtained at this office. PRICE THREEPENCE. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. mHE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., .8. PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc, and when so directed hard over the >ame to the. 'Star' Runners for Distribution with the ' Star,' which hj delivered at nearly every house in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in tho Country..

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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