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PUBLIC NOTICES. metei WEATHEB GAUGE AT NOOK at inoov I ... TO-DAY 1 8 1 • At CONN'S I ;0 "GRAND" PHARMACY Barometer steady. BETWEEN. Between Patient and Doctor Stand with Finest, Purest Drugs 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. &'end your Prescriptions to jPON.VS " GRAND" PHARMACY. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Dunedin.. MAN ALWAYS EXPECTS he could possibly be. Generally, he is not But if COAL to he clean, hot, lasting nd easy on the purse, HE IS NEVER DISAPPOINTED. DRY CLEANSNC. ,/fV.IB Prnce-s of DRY CLEANING of SUITS and Cu-STUAIES is the oi ' method which prevents tho stains from _. appearing. The Goods, after being thoroughly cleaned, are tailor-pressed, axd Tetmxed like new. TAYLOR'S CITY DYE WORKS, 137 George street. 'Phone 459. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. -EXPERIENCE has shown that in the use lj of the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read back to the sender, and occasionally there aro Misconceptions in Instructions. ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust to a. Telephone. Message, as wo cannot hold ourselves responsible if

EDUCATIONAL. AND GIRLS' HIGH ;, DUNEDIN. W PUPILS i MONDAY, 81 BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, tor, \V. •]'. MORRKLL, M.A.. Scholar of Balliol College, Ox-ford. BOYS' BOAROINt H. Campbell, M.A.), few minutes.' wall; fr nd evenim bv Mr C; GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL. ijK-,1, Miss FLORA M. ALLAN, M.A. T'ho Pupils <- for the Univer and the Professions, 'ivil Service, and for Cc cm ranee mio the Civil Service,, and for Coi mcreial and Industrial Life. Free place in terras of Government Regulations. Junior Free Places.—Holders of Sixth Standard Certificates of Proficiency, if not over 15 years of age on December 1, 1914, are eligible for Junior Free Places, lasting for two years. At the expiration of this time, uunili may qualify for Senior Free Places, tenable (ill the age of 19. Pupils qualified under these regulations to join the Schools at the beginning of the> School year should enter punctually on the dny of enrolment 'February Bth), and the =pecial permission of the Board will be needed for their admission more .than seven days thereafter. Birth and Proficiency Certificates must be produced ;ifc the Sehoo 1 . on enrolment, and the sum of 5s must tin the same time be paid for stationery supplied during the year. All Free Pupils returning to clie Smiools must pay the Earne charge within the first week. For prospectuses, etc., applv to J". J. NESS, Secretary Board of Governors, Jetty street, Duiiedin.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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