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PROPERTIES FOR SALE. TO OLOSE A TRUST ACCOUNT. FARM FOR SALE. AT SOUTHBRIDGE, 476 ACRES, Divided into Convenient Paddocks. Oood New Dwelling, Ample Stabling, Sheep Yards, And All Necessary Outbuildings. ——mediate Possession. O J. MARSHALL, 49 Cathedral square TENDERS. TENDERS will be received for the making of a WATER-RACE from Ward's road to Mr Kimo's land, containing 200 chains, more or less. Tenders to be sent- in by 7th January to Mr P. J. Andrew,* Springston, where specifications may be seen. Any tendor not necessarily accepted . 1671 TENDERS will be received at my Office until 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, tho 23rd inst., for the ERECTION of ABATTOIRS, at Sockburn, for the Chrißtchurch City Council. J. O. MADDISON„F.R.I.B.A.. Architect, Hereford street.' - 173J TENDERS are invited up to 4 o'clock, MOJfDAY, 13th. for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS to HOUSE ofi the Lincoln road. Plana and Specifications to be seen at my Office, Dalgety's Buildings, Cathedral Square. A. W. FIELDER, Architect. 1728 TENDERS are invited up to 4 o'clock TUESDAY. 14th, for tho ERECTION of a HOUSE in Merivale Lane, St. Albans. Plana and Specifications to bo seen at my Office, Dalgcfy's Buildings. Cathedral Square. 1727 . A. *W. FIELDER, Architect. TENDERS will bo received at our office, 203 Gloucester atreet, until 4 o'clock on FRIDAY. January 3rd, for the ERECTION of SHOPS and OFFICES at Wanganui for Mrs A. T. Whitbread. of Madrid, Spain. COLLINS and HARMAN. 1132 Architecta. TENDERS will be received at our office until 4 p.m. on FRIDAY, January 3rd, for RE-INSTATING a HOUSE at Cheviot for Mr R. Moffat. COLLINS and HARMAN, 1133 Architects. TENDERS will bo received at our offices until J p.m.. WEDNESDAY, January 22nd, for the ERECTION of a HOUSE, St. Albans. CLARKSON and BALLANTYNE, Architects. 207 Hereford street. 1930 RICCARTON ROAD BOARD. TENDERS are . Invited for the .following work:—SHINGLING about 19 Chains of road opposite- Addington Workshops, PATCHING Pecrawick's road. TENDERS to be sent in before 9 a.m. on MONDAY, January 13th. The Lowest or any Tender not, necessarily accepted. JAMES H. SHARP, 1926 - Clerk of the Board. ENGINEERING. HJtfiß-Y SCOTT, ALE.E., CONSULTING ELECTRICAL and MECHANICAL ENGINEER. ' - Plans and Specifications prepared for Private Elec'trio. Lighting or Town Supply. Consulting hours: 9 a.m. to 1, and 2 p.m, to 6* p.m. MODERATE FEES. Address-170 HEI-IFORD STREET. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. RW.. ENGLAND, Junr., Architect, haa • REMOVED to Premises, .-Hereford -treat. Royal Insuranpe Chambers, late Miles, and Co., Ground Floor. ' - .- y The Business will in future be carried on under the style of England Bros. .. R. W. ENGLAND, Junr. E. H. ENGLAND. July Ist." 1901. ' ■ !■■ ■ i - ' , ■ - , ' BROWN'S TIMBER. YARDS. LARGE STOCKS OF SEASONED TIMBER, tTnder Cover,' Ready for Use* ALL EINPS OF BUILDING MATERIAL --*• ' In Great Variety. BROWN'S COAL SHEDS.'BEST /QUALITY COALS, • ALL KINDS. AT. LOWEST RATES. ' PRICE LIST 6_T"aPPLICATION. j., T.BROWN and SON, Corner Colombo, and Tuam streets, and Si Asaph streetTelephone 862. P.O. Box No. 808. XKT A L L A\C E A N-> LAURIE,- - TIMBER and COAL MERCHANTS, (lata* Wood and Laurie), . Comer of Manchester and- Tuam streets, HAVE FOR SALEALL KINDS OF TIMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL. - SEASONED TIMBER A SPECIALITY. ' INSTOCKGalvenised Iron Galvanised "Wise. Barbed, ad Plain - Gate* and Hurdles,' Sheep and Rabbit Netting. - ' Builders' Ironmongery ' ' - Telephone No. 258. _-_ , ___" ;»_ . , T> W. ENGLAND, TIMBER AND COAL '+V»' MERCHAB»-r. I LARGS STOCKS SEASONED TIMBERS, "" -"OpORS, SASHES, IRON/Etc., Etc. Orders Promptly Forwarded; j TUAM STREET, Cn__tISTCHURCH. . ' JOHN WALLER AND SON. , TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANTS, , •w-"- .. TUA j_r. STREET. -* - TTAVE IN STOOK Every Description of JtIYBUILDING MATERIAL, including very LARGE STOCKS of SEASONED I'IMBER, Jiept under cover ready for immediate use. Cement. Galvanised Irony Lead, Doors, . Bffcshe6, Builders' Ironmongers, Fencing Material, etc. . COALS AND FIREWOOD. We aire'Prepared to QUOTE PRICES for Building Materials delivered in town or any part oi the Province. HOTELS. ~ IMPERIAL HOTEL, - PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. GEORGE SEARLE has pleasure in announcing to his friends and patrons that he has taken tho above .commodious and up-to-date well-appointed Hotel, which he has thoroughly renovated 'and stocked with tha best brands obtainable, nnd will be pleased to cater for the public in hia usual' Well-known style. Vacancies for a few permanent boarders. Tariff reasonable. GEORGE SEARLEi- Proprietor. B U R X E 'S TATTERSALL'S NEW HOTEL, TS NOW OPEN to the GENERAL PUBLIC, and is fitted up with every Modern Convenience, including Electric Light. First-class Luncheon served Duly from &2 and 2 p.m., for Is. TO-HITB HART HOTEL, HIGH STREET, CHRIS-CHURCH. JOHN NEILL, Proprietor. Sample Rooms. -. Telephone 45. ' Night Porter. JOHN JAMIESON, Manufacturers' Agent and Importer, 141 Hereford Btreet Agent for Rimine'.'a Perfumery and Soapa. Agent for Brown Barrett's Unxld Coffee Essence. Sole Canterbury Distributor for "Aabeatine".' Cold "tt afer Weatherproof and Firoprocf Paint. EDDING Groups a spcuii-'-.y cr Jubilee Studio, taken either at house or studio, .corner of Colombo and Gloucester sir—ta. Ter__ moderate.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Press, Volume LIX, Issue 11167, 7 January 1902

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