PUBLIC NOTICES. ■«** WEATHER GAUGE AT NOOH Nodij I --J TO-DAY 3 At CONN'S D " GRAND ° PHARMACY* Barometer rising. BETWEEN. Between Patient and Doctor we Stand with Finest, Purest Drugs and our Compounding Skill. Besides, wo put into the Prescription Exactly 'What is Prescribed. If the Best appeals to you, you should let us fill your Prescriptions. /MOXX'S " GRJ mr Prescriptions to GRAND"" PHARMACY. OCULISTS - PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES. SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Dunedin. ILBURY FORWARDING COMPANY, LIMITED. Office: No. 7 Crawford street (N. Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Speciality Telephone: Office, 2,30-1; after 5 p.m., 1,123, MAN ALWAYS EXi ippointed. Bui., if §3T "YVAHONUI COAL and easy on tho HE IS NEVER DISAPPOINTED. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. rrfflE evening star company, ltd., JL PRINT all dcseriiHions of (i [Ji)CJ-J[JS and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over the fame tc the 'Star' Runners for Distribution with the 'Star,' which is deiiverel at, nearly every house in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in the Country.
NT. AND E. S„ PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SHAKE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hotel). TO FARMERS.—-NORTH LINE, CLO.SE DCNEDIN twuh a warm situation): Splendid Dairy Farm of 66 acres, rich river flat laud, with good 5-roomed .House, conveniences, stable, byre, trap shed, fowl runs, subdivided into 6 paddocks; pari, under crop, potatoes, oats, an'! turnips, together with stock of implement-;, young cattle, and herd of Ayrshire! cowj, horses, etc. 'J'ho owner of this farm has bought a large pro. perty, and the position is I hat he must immediately dispose of this one, and it will be sold considerably below its; value. A sure FORTUNE- to the lucky purchaser. EASY TERMS if desired. CITY (on Riie, near Cathedral).—-Good Ilo7i:o of 5 rooms; bathroom, scullery, copper and tubs, electric light, modern sanitation; with it b:ge freehold section, garden, and fowd runs; line view. £SO deposit. Real snip at £IBO. MAORI HILL i'closc Tram and School).—Good 1-acre Building Site; fine view. Gift. Onlv £65. ROSLYtf (fronting TOWN BELT).—Pretty Villa of (> rooms, with every modern convenience, including electric light, drainage, washhouso. copper and nibs; fine, elevated level t;eetiou, laid out in gare-en and (lowers; splendid view over Cic?'. elevated level t;eetiou, laid out in gare-en and (lowers; splendid view over Cic? -\ really good and cheap property. ON RISE (close GEORGE '.STREET BRIDGE).---Almost New House of 5 rooms; bath room, hot and cold water, eiectric iiglu, cr.pper and tubs, cupboards and ward robes, workshop, and all in good order, with a choice section; line garden; gloriou view; easy terms. £490. CLOSE ROSLYN TRAM.—Good 4 roor.u -d New BUNGALOW; casement windows bathroom (enamel bath), hot, and cold water, electric light, scullery, pantry, expen sive papers and friezes; line corner section, garden ami fmil trees, hedges;; f m , view; terms to suit. Only £420. £35 PURCHASES, on sunny side of North-east Valley, good 2-reometJ Cottage, will freehold i-acrc section, laid out in order; very warm situation and splendid vie T ~ This is a decided bargain. Owner left Ot.ngo. Terms if required. v House of 5 rooms; bathibs, cupboards and wardtion; line garden; glorious in try, expenhedges; fine Cottage, with splendid vie T ~ BURTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION CHAMBERS, 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephone idu. Teiephoi FOR SALE. FOR S GREAT BARGAIN, ST. CL.UE.-L) the v FOR SAT. st part, sunn; Freehold SeeResidcnce, bathroom, w.ishhouse, tubs, copper: all drained under the nr-w regulations. ONE OE THE CHEAPEST PROPERTIES ever offered in St. Clair. "'The land alone is worth more than the money. Easy terms can be arraujrod if desired Price, £475 FREEHOLD SECTION, together with home!y_ little Cottage, containing 4 rooms, and «ff.r.ri uri -n-ith every convenience and comfort; drained to Drainage Bourd regulahis delightful little, property is situated in North Dune-din, within a few minutes' walk of the penny tram section. The houso has recently been painted and papered, and everything is spiel: and span. The. price is £460, ANOTHER BARGAIN'.—This Property is close _to the centre of the town, and eorjsista of a 5-roomed House and Freehold Section. Fuller particulars of this propertv can be had on application. We have a Largo List of PROPERTIES of all sizes FOR SALE in SOUTH DUNEDIN INTENDING BUYERS of Property in this locality will do well to get a list from us. There is a very natty Cottage in Fawcett street, that we cut thoroughly rQooaiinend It contains 5 rooms, verandah front, bay window, etc.; drained to sewer, and electric light installed. There is a fairly largo section, and plenty of room for a garden and fowl run. There is also ANOTHER PROPERTY in RICHMOND STREET that, is worth considering. IT IS A BARGAIN OF BARGAINS. 4-roomed House and 15 Poles of Freehold Land for the price of £250. The house is drained and in good order. |OLL Y' S W A TCH INPIE MAR Y. REDUCED PRICES. REDUCED PRICES. Clocks (striking), Cleaning 3s 6d Watches Thoroughly Cleaned 2 Clocks (silent), Cleaning 2s 6d Mainsprings, best quality 3 Brooch Pins, Joints, and Catches...3d each. OTHER REPAIRING AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. CRITERION BUILDINGS. 6 MORAY PLACE (opposite Choral Hall). IGHTCAPS COAL IS ON SALE 12i LARGE OB SMALL QUANTITIES BY ALL COAL MEBCHANTa PKICE DELIVERED WITHIN THE CITY BOUNDABY: 26e NET FEB -TON. MAURICE KENNELLY, Representative JOHN MILL ANI? CO., LTD., Local Agent*. Telephone 829.
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