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WANTEDS, ETC. LOOK! The Very Latest: Gents' Clothes Craned, Repaired, and Pressed by Practical Tailor. Levy, 39 Princesjitrcet.. REV. M. A~HANLEY, of "America, Spiritual Medium and Psyehometrist. I —Public Circle, Tuesday; Developing Class, Thursday, 8 p.m.; Headings Daily. 5 St. Andrew street _ ~\ RTIFiCIAL Teeth." 01d"l3o!d7~Wver. J~\. Personal EfLc L s in any quantity Bought. Fricdlander, 181 Rattray street, j Dutitdin. ' THE War!—l'll beY~yoif one of Lethaby's be3t Umbrellas the Germans will get I licked. _ WHAT Another" new" Umbrella "No, I had it Re-c-jvered Lethaby's, next Post Office. OH! you have broken my best China. __Take it'to Letlv.iby's to be repaired. UMBRELLAS Re-covorrd and Repaired in one hour at Lethaby's, next Post Office^ "■JpHOUSAND Sha-.es a Shilling by" gefcI- ring your Razors Ground and Set at Lethaby's. _ POST Blunt Razors,~with~address and 13 stamps; rmur.ed n-rxt day keen. Lerbaby, Stock Exchange, Duncdin. RIgItTOX - Coach leaves Green"lsland daily on arrival 7.50 a.m. and 5.15 p.m. trains; Saturdays, 1.15 and 5.15 p.m. trams; leaves Brighton 7 a.m. and 3.45 p.m.; also Manse street daily 9 a.m. Williams and Hobbs, " Brighton House." 17<0R Plumbing, Draraing".~Gasntti"r7g try Jf Walter Fooler ar.d Co., Car-rill's Corner, Kensington; estimates given. Telephone 1,(124. _ WHTrif plnT - or driven out by Lig.nol fcn. Particulars Keith Ramsay, Duncdin. Refreshing! ""invigorating! Pungc-.it, Stimulative: lets of good things could bo said of Symington's Coffee Essence. T\TEW Paper Patterns.—A splendid new range of "Butieriek" Paper Patterns; 8,000 in stock; any garment post free, lOd; send -.tamp f or free Monthly Fashion Book. Brown, Evving, ar.d Co., Ltd., Duncdin, sole agents. L F. E. B R O W N, k . Fruiterer and Grocer, 305 GEORGE STREET, Besides giving the Most Liberal Discount on Cash Purchases, sells, quality for quality, as ] cheap, if not cheaper, than any other grocer or fruiterer in the City. Return Cash Receipts dated Dec. 21. and jet money returned in full. I ALF. BROWN*. »i Grorrre street. Tet. 980. I MONEY TO LEND. THE PUBLIC TJtUST.EE HAS MONTY TO LEND on Approved Freehold Security at 54 per cent. Further particulars ami application forms from CHAS. ZAOHARIAH, Local Deputy Public Trustee, Crawford street. 'ONEI* TO LEND on First, and Second Mortgages On Freehold or Leasehold Securities. STATHAM AND ASPINALL, Solicitors, 24 Princes street, Dtmedin. ) on Personal Security, j l aiso on use jr-olicies, Bond Warrants, eholds, Leaseholds, etc. Bills Discounted, large or small sums, lowest current rates of interest. D. MOLONEY, f O'iiiai... and Estate Agjnt, ' 90 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. ffiUST MONEY TO LEND, in Large or Small Sums, for Lonsr or Short Periods, LOWEST CURRENT RATES OF INTEruiST. CALL AN* AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, 219 Princes street, Duncdin. (Nest door to Auction Rooms of M essrs Alex. Harris and Co.). "ONEY TO LEND on Freehold Securities an Current Rates. EDMUND J. SMITH. Solicitor, N.Z. Express Co.'s Building. Bond street. "ONEY TO LEND, in any sum, on Mort gage Secnritv, lowest current rates. ADAMS BROS., Empire Buildings, Princes street. BUNEDIN SAVINGS BANK, established 1864, receives Deposits from Is to £100; interest 3| per cent, on monthly balances. Copies of rules may be obtained on application. Fred Smith, manager. [TE ADVANCE from £5 upwards Funii- » v ture. Life Policies, Bond Warrants, ills of Lading. Otago Finance and Agency Co., Ltd., 15 Empire Buildings, Princes street, Dunedin. MONEY " TO""LEND at "Current Rates. The. Trustees. Executors, and Agency Company of New Zealand, J.irnifp/1. < rXTANTE-D Lend £5 upv vv Promissory Notes; confidential; easy ron.-iyments. W. C. Gray, 225 Princes street. "ONEY Club 7 T.anre or Small Loans, all . classes security; easy repayments, ticulars Hugh Mitchell, Stock Exchange. EDUCATIONAL. rpHELANGER DUESSCUTTING SCHOOL, ■*• 123 High street topp. D.1.C.), REOPENS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist. Classes 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m., when Miss Stewart v.-ill be in aUen.hnice to enrol pupils. EVENING CLASSES START MARcH. Prospectuses on flonlic.Uion. A. OCOUNTANOY jTV vate or e coached for all ex-i uary 25rh. YV. C Manne streets. n;l Bookkeeping, pris tuition: students nrtions; resume JanWaikcr, Princes and INSURANCE NOTICES. STANDAi AND M. INSCE. CO. OF N.Z., LTD. SKS ACCEPTED Fire. Marine. Workers' Compensation (including Special Doic Servant:' Policies), Personal Accident Sickness, Mortgagee Indemnity, Fidelity ant:e. Administration Bonds, Plate Glass, lary, Live Stock, Public Risk, Motor Car Comprehensive Covers. 1 Office: HIGH STREET, DUNEDIN FOR SALE. 10R. SALE. Centrifugal also Duplex Pumps; on water 500 gal to Pumps. I7AORSALE, Gardner Gas, Oil, and Steam Engines, Be:lers, Pumps, Hydraulic lachinery. Jacks. Pulleys. Blocks, etc. QUOTATIONS Given and Indents Executed __/ for ali classes of Mining and other Machinery. R. B. Denniston and Co., Stuart street. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. —EXPERIENCE has shown that in the usp Li of the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read back to the sender, ar.d occasionally there are Misconceptions in Instructions. ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust to a Telephone Message, as we cannot hold ourselves responsible if errors occur. per ANTED Known—That Billheads, Cir- * v cnlars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the ' Evening Star' Office at Moderate Prices.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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