EDUCATIONAL. TO TEACHERS. A SSISTANT TEACHER (male or female ±\ required for SCHOOL FOR DEAF Sumner, near Christchurch; age between II j-iid 22. Commencing Hilary 'not less thai £IOO per annum. Particulars on npplieatioi io the undersirTncd. to the; Director of tit School, or to the Chief Post Office at Auek land. Wellington, Christchurc'd, and Dtmodin Applications will bo received up to 25tl Jahuarv. E, 0. GIBKES, Secretary fur Education. Education Department, WollinsvtriM. 7th January, 1915. PUBLIC NOTICES. MAN ALWAYS EXPECTS His wife to be a lot be. Generally, ho is not disappointed. But if W ARONUI COAL to be clean, hot, lasting coal, excellfnt for eookii and easy on (he purse, HE IS NEVER DISAPPOINTED fTULBUK-Y FORWARDING COMPANY, A LIMITED. Office: No. 7 Crawford street (X.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE RECOVERS. By Rail, Road, or Sea. This Class of Work a Speciality Telephone: Office, 2,304; after 5 p.m., 1,128. THE "VEEDEE" VIBRATOR. Vibratory Massige is now obtainable from the New Zealand Ilead- ■ quavers for the '" Vecrioe " : SIT.DDING, LTD., 14 Commerce street, Auckland. Over 2,000 " Vecdecs" already in use in New Ziaiand. Why suffer, when Mich a handy, simple remedy is available at a moderate price? Always ready. Marvellously quiek and sure. Write for the Booklet 'All About the Veedee.' UV flee. Write now. DENTAL PARLORS EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS, And No Charge- for Extractions when Sets are Ordered. FEES ARE MODERATE, And GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET. JORDAN, PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, stock r ' " "" NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. iTIXFERIEN'CE has shown that in the uso _! of the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the. messages rue read back to the sender, and occasionally there. ?.rc: ■Misconceptions In Instructions. ADVERTISERS iRK REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust, lo a Telephone Message, as we cannot hold ourselves responsible if DRY CLEANING. OUR Process of DRY CLEANING of SUITS and COSTUMES is the only method which prevents the stains from reappearing. The Goods, after being 'thoroughly cleaned, are tailor-pressed, did reTAYLOR'S CITY DYE WORKS, 137 George street. 'Phone 453.
BURTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION CHAMBERS, 41 BOWLING STREET, DUNEDIN. Telephone 360. Telephone 530. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. A GREAT BARGAIN, ST. CLAIR.—In the very hj Hon, next tram line, 66ft frontage, handy to Residence, bathroom, washhouse, tubs, copper FOR SALE part, sunny, elevated Freehold Se< e Beach; together with a 6-rooin..-all drained under the now re"iil; tior.s. ONE OF THE CHEAPEST PROPERTIES ever offered in St, Clair. The .land alone is worth more than the money.- Easy terms can bo arranged if desired. Price, £475 FREt.Ii.OLD SFXTION, together with homely little Cottage, containing 4 rooms, ami fitted up with every convenience and comfort; drained to Drainage Boird regulations. This delightful little property is situated in North Dunedin, within a few minutes' walk of the penny tram section. The houae has recently been painted and papered, and pverythhi'j! is spick and span. The price is £460. ANOTHER BARGAIN.—This Property is close to the centre of the town, and consists of a 5-roomcd House and |-acre Freehold Section. Fuller particulars of this property can be had on anplication. We have a Large List of PROPERTIES of all sizes FOR SALE in SOUTH DUN'EDiN. 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 can thoroughly recommend It contains 5 rooms, verandah front, bay window, etc.; drained to eewer, 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 BARGAINiOF BARGAINS. broomed House and 15 Poles of Freehoid Lend for the orico of £250. The°house is drained and in good order.
N. AND E, S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS. SHARE A\D LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 EA'JTRAY .ST.TIEET Wood's Private Hotel). „OSLYN .Dunouar). —One of the finest unbuilt-on Sections in the Township. Elcvaied, splendid ocean view. Absentee owne>. Will be s olrl aL a s-aerilictd pi ice. MAORI HlLL.—First-class 6-roomed Resideerx; bathroom, hot and cold water, electric light, modern sanitation; tine Section; beautiful view and sunny position. £25 deposit, balance rent. Gift £450. EFAD THIS.—A SPLENDID FARM AND COUNTRY STORE, ritrht. alongside railway station, not far from Dunrclin: 360 acres good Land, carrying sheep, cartle, and horses, and all well fenced, part native bush, warm situation; with 6-roomed House and GENERAL STORK, doing a splendid trade; stable, oarn. trap shed; and byre; also several other building?. This is the cheapest property we know of offering- at the present time to a pushing man. Easy terms. The lot, £2 15s per acre. DON'T DELAY ABOUT THIS. EISHOPSCOUKT, ROSLYN (practically on carlino).—Pretty 5-roomed House, with all conveniences, r.vd in first-class order; good Freehold Section: warm position. Terms i 360. .ii. (near Id section).—Good 3-roomed Cottage, with conveniences; 2 reehold Sections; room for another Louse. Term?. Only £2lO. ON RISE (close Cathedral).—Good Home of 6 rooms, bathroom, copper and tubs, drained to sower; electric light; large Freehold section, good garden; fine view. A cheap home. £SO deposit, balance as rent. £4-80. ROSLYN (fronting TOWN BELT) .—Pretty Villa of 6 rooms, with every modern convenience, including electric light, drainage, washhouse, copper and i übs; fine, elevated level section, laid out in garden and flowers; splendid view over Guy. A really good and cheap property. 54 HOUSES TO LET IN CITY AND SUBURBS
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