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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
PUBLIC NOTICES. WEATHEK GAUGE AT NCOS TO-DAY At CONN'S "GRAND" pharmacy, Barometer rising. no one knows better than your doctor. It is your doctor's business to diagnose your particular care. It is his life study to keep i)i touch with .tummi ailments and their cures. Therefore v.'hsi you are sick see your doctor and depsTid upon his skilful diagnosis. Wo iill doctors' prescriptions with pure, full-strength drugs of guaranteed quality. Our compounding is skilful and accurate. Let us fill your prescriptions. OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN'S "GRAND" PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Dunedin. Telephones, 546. 552. Residence, 3,355. The Home of Modem Dentistry. EXTRACTIONS ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS.. And No Charge for Extractions when Sets are Ordered. FEES ARE MODERATE, A;!d GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH EACH SET. JORDAN, PITTAR, AND HENAGHAN, Stock Exchange Buildings. 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, and. returned like new. TAYLOR'S CITY DYE WORKS, 157 George street. 'Phone 459. KING STAB COMPANY. LTD., all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS. CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so-directed hand over the same to the 'Star' Runners for Distribution with tho ' Star,' which is delivered at nearly every house in the City and Suburbs, and also extensively in tho Cor.nt.ry.
GIFTS OF QUALITY AND EXCLUSIVENESS. a Feature of our Stock, and further Large Shipme EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS arc a feature of our Stock, and of Jewellery and Silver and Electro-plote are to hand. JEWELLERY for WEDDING or BIRTHDAY GIFTS is well represented amongst the New Goods in PENDANTS, BROOCHES, WATCH BANGLES, Etc., and a large supply of ENAMEL BROOCHES in the most Fashionable Colorings have been opened In SILVER and ELECTROPLATED ARTICLES we draw special attention to LADIES' SILVER-MOUNTED HAIR BRUSHES, MIRRORS, JEWEL CASKETS, and PHOTO FRAMES, also some New Designs in ELECTROPLATED WAITERS, TOAST RACKS, COMBINATION JELLY and BUTTER DISHES and ENTREE G. AND T. YOUNG, LTD., 88 PRINCES STREET. BUHTON AND PATTERSON, ALBION CHAMBERS, 41 DOWLING STREET, DUNEDLN. Telephone 380. Telephone 380. FOR SALE. FOR SALE. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN, ST. CLAIR.—In the very best part, sunny, elevated Freebo.'d Section, next tram line, 66ft frontage, hand}' to the Bench; together with a 6-roomed Residence, bathroom, washhousc, tubs, copper; all diained under tho new regulations. ONE OF TEE CHEAPEST PROPERTIES ever offered in St, Clair. The land alone is worth more than the money. Easy terms can be arranged if desired. Price, £475 FREci.-iU.LL) SECTION, together with homely _ Utile Cottage, containing i rooms, and fitted up with everv convenience and comfort; drained to Drainage Pxnrd regulations. This delightful little property is situated in North Dunedin, within a few minutes' walk of the penny tram section. The house has recently been painted and papered, and everything is spick and span. The price is £460. ANOIiiER BARGAIN.—This Property is close to the centre of the town, and consists of a 5-4-ooraed House and £-acre Freehold Section. Fuller particulars of this property can be had on application. We have a Urge 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 can thoroughly recommend It contains 5 "rooms, verandah front, bay window, etc.; drained to er, and electric ligtit instated. r £&tv-& is a thirty la.rg<a section, and plenty o£ ii fc-T a. gard (in and fowl run. There is a/so ANOTHER PROPERTY In RICHMOND STREET that is worth considering: HIS A BARGAIN OF BARGAINS. 4-roorned House and 15 Pole* of Freehold Land for tho price of £250. Tho house is drained and in good order. N. AND E B S. PATERSON, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS. SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMPERS, 142 RATTRAY STREET (opposite Wood's Private Hole:). ROSLYN iDunottar). —One of the finest, unbuilt-on Sections in the Township. Elevated, splendid ocean view. Absentee ownc. Will be sold at a sacrificed price MAORI HILL. —First-class 6-roomed Resideenc; bathroom, hot and cold water, electric light, modern sanitation; fine Section; beautiful view and sunny position. £25 dnipoisit, balance rent. Gift £450. READ THIS.—A SPLENDID FARM AND COUNTRY STORE, right alongside railway station, not far from Dunedin; 360 acres good Land, carrying sheep, cattle, and horses, and all well fenced, i>art native, bush, warm situation; with 6-roomed House and GENERAL STORE, doing a splendid trade; stable, barn, trap fiber!, and byre; also several other buildings. This is the cheapest property wo know of offering at the present, time to a pushing- man. Easy terms. The lot, £2 15s per acre. DON'T DELAY ABOUT THIS. BISHOPSOOURT, ROSLYN (practically on carline).—Pretty 5-roomed House, with all conveniences, and in first-class order; gcod Freehold Section: warm position. Terms to suit. £360. SOUTH DUNEDIN (near Id section). —Good 3-roomed Cottage, with conveniences; 2 Freehold Sections; room for another house! Terms. Only £2lO. ON RISE (close Cathedral). —Good Home of 6 rooms, bathroom, copper and tubs, drained to eewer; ciectric light; large Freehold section, good garden; fine view. A cheap home. £SO deposit, balance as rent. £480.. ROSLYN" (fronting- TOWN BELT). —Pretty Villa of 6 rooms, with every modern convenience; including electric light, drainage, washhouse, copper and tubs; fine, elevated level section, laid out m garden and flowers; splendid view over Guy. A really good and cheap property. 54 HOUSES TO ' LET IK CITY AND SUBURBS.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
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