EDUCATIONAL. WAITAKI GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, OAMARU. \ PPLICATIONS for the. POSITION ai :! SECOND ASSISTANT will he. received until JANUARY 22nd, 1915, Preference will be given to Graduates with B.Sc. Degree. Mathematics essential. Applicants must stats the. earliest date they can enter upon their duties. Salary, £175 por annum. A. A. M'KINNON, Secretary. CHOOSE A COMMERCIAL CAREER. LEARN" SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING —A Capable Stenographer and Typist need never dread unemployment. LEARN BOOKKEEPING.—A knowledge of this important subject will increase your earning capacity. The demand for Competent Office Assistants is so constant, that we have no difficulty in securing Positions for those students we can recommend. Government, Appointments await Typistes who qualify by examination. Our students have been highly successful throughout the Dominion. Enrol Now in our Day or Evening Classes. Only individual instruction. T> OSSBOTILUrS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, LTD., 49 Bowling street, Dunedin. Telephones 736 and 2,114. Railway Concessions to Country Students. nPHELANGER DRESSCUTTING SCHOOL, -*- 123 High street (opp. D.I.C), REOPENS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist. Classes 10 to 12 and 2 ro 5 p.m., when Miss Stewart will bo in atten.lanco to enrol pupils. EVENING CLASSES START MARCH. Prospectuses on application. A CCOUNTANCY and Bookkeeping, prijTV vato or cl.iss tuition: students coached for all examinations; resume January 25th. W. C. Waiker, Princes and Mnr&e streets. PUBLIC NOTICES. 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, 137 George street. 'Phone 459. T ONDON DENTAL PARLORS The Home of Modern Dentistry. 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 Exchange Buildings. i DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. nnHE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., A PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS, CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so dircett-d hand over the same to the 'Star' Runners for Distribution with tho 'Star,' which is delivered at nearly every house in the City stud Suburbs, and also extensively in :he Country.
Telephone 1,458. F. CARTER AND CO., Telephone 1,458. LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, EXCHANGE COURT, DUNEDIN. STYLISH SEMI-BUNGALOW; four ftood rooms, mirror wardrobe, pretty hn!l, [atet papers and friezes, cupboards, etc., tiled frrai.es, ELECTRfC LIGHT THROUGHOUT, SEWER DRAINED, fancy trellis verandah: LARGE SECTION, well filled in and fenced. PRICE ONLY £550, and easy terms. We advise you to inspect tins new home at once, otherwise you -will tm>s a real good opportunity. SECTION. MUSSELBURGH, situated in the very best part, of this popular suburb; 50ft frontage, new fence?, all ready for building. ONLY £165, and easy terms. BUNGALOW, MUSSELBURGH; live rooms, electric light, g.is ring, hot water, very latest style in papers; motor garage, fowl run, hoMiouses, etc.; largo freehold section; handy position; very easy T-crmn. A rare bargain. Owner transferred. Wo have a splendid list of Properties on our books for Sale, and it will be to your advantage (o call upon us if you are contemplating purchasing. Cheap Sections for Sale, situated SUNSHINE, MUSSELBURGH, ST. KILDA, AND ST. CLAIR. F. CARTER AND CO., EXCHANGE COURT.
tspnjßn LAND \GEXTS, SURVEYORS. SHARE AND LAND BROKERS, Etc., DOMINION CHAMBERS, 142 RATTRAY ST KEEP .opposite Wood's Private Hotel). A CHEaP HOME, MORNINGTON.—Good little. 4-roomed House, with conveniences, fowlnins, and a i.-acre comer section, well laid out. in garden, etc. TERMS. The lot. only £2IC. TIOSLYX I'DuiioUar). One of the (inc.?! unbialt-on Sections in the Township. Elevated, splendid ocean view. Absentee oiviic\ Will bo sold at a sacrificed prico MAORI HI 17!j.—First-class 6-roomod Eesideonc; bathroom, hot and cold water, electric light, modern sanitation; fine; Section; beautiful view and sunny position. £25 doiioeit, balance rent. Gift £450. READ THIS.—A SPLENDID FARM AND COUXTRY STORE, right alongside rail station, not far from Dimedin ; 360 acres good Land, carrying sheep, cattle, and h0i...... and all well fenced, <part native, bush, warm situation; with 6-rootned House and GENERAL STORE, doing a, .-plendid hv.de: stable, barn, trap shed, and byre; also M-vo>-ai other buildings. Tins Is the. cheapest, properly we know of offering; at the present time to a poshing man. Easy i t-nns. Tlvs lot, £2 15s per acre. BJSHOPSOOURT, ROSEYX (practically on cv'ir.oi.— -Pn-i I v o-roomrd Koine, with all conveniences, arid in tirsi-elass order; g< od Freehold Section; warm position. £360. SOUTH DUXF-DIX (near Id section).—Good 3-rcomed Cottage, with conveniences; 2 Froehold" Sections; room for another i.uuse. Terms- Only £2lO. OX RISE (close Ca-.hedral).—Good Home of C rooms, bathroom, copper and tubs, drained to tower: electric light: large Freehold section, good garden; fine view. A cheap home £SO deposit. Ixilaiioo a= rent. £4BO. ROSLYN (fronting TOWN BEET). —Pretty Villa of 6 rooms, with every modern convenience including electric light, drainage, wash-house, copper and tubs; fine, elevated' level section, laid out in garden and flowers; splendid view over City. A really good and cheap property. GIFTS OE QUALITY AND EXCLUSIVENESS. "TrTIXCLUSrVE 'DESIGNS are a Feature of our Stock, and further Largo Shipments of Jewcllerv and Silver and Electro-plote arc 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 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.
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