PUBLIC NOTICES. WEATHER GAUGE AT NOOK TO-DAY At CONN'S “GRAND” PHARMACY*. CHANc» soT? Barometer falling. NO ONE KNOWS BETTER THAN YOUR DOCTOR. It is your doctor's business to diagnose your particular cafe. It. is his life study to keep in touch with human ailments and their currs. Therefore whan you are sick see your doctor and depend upon his skilful diagnosis. We till doctors’ prescriptions with pure, full-strength drugs of guaranteed quality. Our compounding is skilful and accurate. Lot us fill your prescriptions. OCU L 1 STS' PRESCRIPTIONS, E V EGL ASS ES, SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN’S ‘GRAND” PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Dunedin. Telephones, 546. 552. Residence, 3,055. Tilbury forwarding company*, LIMITED. ! Office: No. 7 Crawford street (N.Z. Insurance Company Buildings). i EXPERT PACKERS AND FURNITURE ; REMOVERS, By Rail, Road, or Sea. t This Class of Work a Speciality. i Telephone: Office, 2,504; after 5 p.m., 1,128. DRY CLEANING. OUR Process of DRY CLEANING ot SUITS and COSTUMES is the. only ; method which prevents the stains from re- : appearing. The Goods, after being ihor- | ouglily cleaned, are tailor-pressed, and re- : Vuri;cA li’K.e new. TAYLORS CITY DYE WORKS, ; 137 George street. ’Phono 459. SECOND-HAND Seeks Wanted in any quantity. Apply A. Moritzson and Co. THE CHRISTCHURCH MEAT COMPANY. LIMITED. BURNSIDE FREEZING WORKS. Tni-IE ABOVE WORKS will REOPEN FOR THE SEASON ON WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27th, 1915. Clients who require space arc requested :o make early application. THE CHRISTCHURCH MEAT CO., LTD., Liverpool street. HEAVY INTEREST. , Ho was a colonel of the old school, and. a!though suffering from chronic financial .embarrassment. he could always Jinei lire proverbial iTionrl in need. Meeting an old comrade one day, lie asked the loan of £l. " 1 shall need it for a short t-imo only ; a tradesman has grown rai her insistent." he said. His friend had not. £1 in change, but gladly pressed a £5 note- noon him. Tim colonel expressed his thanks, then asked : "And how is your charming wife : to-day?” 1 •• Not at all well, fam sorry T> say," i was the answer. "Anri no appetite. I’Jl venture. IVr- ; haps some of these hothouse- grapes may tempt her." j Whereupon he slopped at a. near-by 1 stand, purchased a basket of rare, fruit, paid the pound the. dealer asked out of his cewlv-nc(|uirc<! note, and walked jauntily to tlie gate of his friend's homo, carrying the basket.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915
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