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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XLII, Issue 149, 21 December 1891
SCOTCH TABTAN CHILDREN'S SUITS. A Choice Selection of various Clan<3 to Bolect from. DAVIS & CLATER, 97, Lambton-quay. FIVE SHILLINGS"EEWAKD. " LOST, on Monday night (14th December), in Cuba-Btreet, a Russian Spaniel; answers to the name "Clyde." If found in anybody's possession after this date they will be prosecuted. A. Fituhett, Oliiro. _18th December, 1891. LOST, Snnday morning, near Thorndon Esplanade, a black and tan Terrier Pup. Reward on returning the same to G. Salter, N.Z. Times. LOST, a Cheque, No. 391, amount .£3 4s, drawn by 'Cameron and Christie. Finder will be rowarded on returning same to the Evening Post office. rpAKEN, by mistake, a black Waterproof JL Coat from Athenteum Reading Room, on the 24th November. Please return to Librarian. STRAYED, from the stables of J. E. k3 Lane, Sydney-street, one dark chestnut Gelding, white star on forehead. Anybody giving information as to its whereabouts, or returning to above address, will be rewarded. ri^Hß young man who picked np a Basket JL in Cuba-street yesterday, containing a key and small amount of money, will obligo by leaving the same at Evening Post, with his address, which will cnablo the owner to thank him. 13 EQUIKED, Owner for shaggy Terrier. JAj Alfred Carter, Mowbray-streot. I JOHN HUTCHISON, Tinakori-road, 2 wish' to state that lam not the John Hutchison who wns arrested as a stowaway on the Tokapo's last trip from Sydney. JOHX HUTCHISON. 21st December, 1891. GO to ROSS' for StrawberrieTond Cream and Ices, thoy are simply dclicions. ADDKESS'^Try Horry"&~6rrs Cutter". See our £A Suits. & O.— Try lierry & Orr for Hats', • Mercery, Ao. Q-J —Try .Henry & Orr for Boys' and OJL__Jleii's Clothing. / \UBA-MMfECT.-^Try~Berry &■ Orr's V-' 1 Complete Crioketing Outfits at JBI. "OEIVATE Board and. Residence, single JL bedrooms. Apply to Mrs. D. M. Thomson, Clifton-terraco. QlTPElJlOß]?rivatfßoardand Besidenco, O off Wellington-terrace, for a gentleman ; hot and shower bath, piano, good view of the harbour; terms, 15s Gd or .£1 per week. Apply for address at Evening Post. Wr~ir~T~T~~ii ir~A ~l~l", » v Botjlcott-Steret. Private Boardinghouso. Yacanoios for permanent boarders and visitors; every convenience and accommodation; central position ; (splendid view of harbour. Torms moderate. "KS.~AUGAiu>E7 Laiiios' Nurse, "removed to 175, top of Cuba-stroet. Tj3EN.TAM.IN SMITH & CO. 'S -*-* List of HOUSES TO BE LET. Aurora-terrace— 6 rooms, fine view Couvtenoy-place— Shop and 3 rooms Featherston-terraco— Offices Ferttherston-terraco — Large shod Filzhcrbort-terraco— 9 rooms FitzherberUterraco— 9 rooms, ftjbnISHED Ghussnec-strect — 6 rooms Hill-street— B rooms, vory large garden Htitt— B rooms, furnished, 10 aores ground .Karori— 7 rooms, furnished Karon — Several houses, C to 13 rooms, with land as required Lovmville-terrnco— B rooms, fine view Oriental Bay — 7 rooms, fine view Owen-street— B rooms Pelorus Sound— Largo residence and i>o acres Tinakori-road— B rooms Wellington-terrace— 6 rooms, furnished Wopleombe-street — 9 rooms Wright-street— 9 rooms Willis-street — 7 rooms, furnished Willis-street— lo rooms, two doors from Manners-street Lowby Bat— Thbee Furnished Houses at the seaside, to be let for long ob shobt periods Money to Lend on Freeholds at lowost rates. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE OFFICE, 40, Lastbton-quat. rp obo b e l c t~. -Besidenco, Willis-street, .£l5O per annum Foresters' Hull, Tory -street, .£125 perannum 9 rooms, Hawkostono-strcot, .£9O per annum 8 rooms, Lewisville-terraco, .£4O per annum 8 rooms, Hill-street, .£lOO per annum 6 rooms, Karori, .£2O per annum 14 rooms, Karori, J6llO per annum 4 rooms, Taitvillo, Cs Gd per week 10 rooms, Ingestre-street, £75 per annnm 10 rooms, Wellington-terrace, XlOO pr annum 8 rooms, Oriental Bay, .£66 per annum HABCOTJRT & CO., Lambton-quay. TO LET, 106 Aores of Grazing Laud, at Wainui-o-mata, all cleared and in grass. Will bo let at a low rental. FOB SALE, 650 Acres, near Opake, Masterton. Buildings and all necessaries for ft first-class farm. To be sold a bargain. For furthor particulars apply MACKINNON & TRINGHAM, Sharebrokers, Land, Estate, and Geii ml Agents, 1, Lamb ton Quay (Opposite Bank of Now Zealand). riiO LET, furnished, a seven-roomed •*• Dwelling, off Wellington- terrace, wellfurnished throughout. As owner is desirous of leaving Wellington, will be let oheap to good tenant. Apply to MACKINNON & TBINGHAM, 1, Lambton-quay. fTHO LET, in Kniggo-avenue, four-roomed JL House, with bath-room, copper, &c. ; rent 15s ; also one Ridniford-street ; one Brook-street, 10s ; also one in Newtownavenue, rent, 10s. Sco O. W. Clayton, Vivian-street. HHO LET, at Thorndon, from the middle JL of January, comfortable six-roomed Cottage, with bathroopi and p.w.c. ; at E resent in the occupation of B. H. Fitzerbert, Esq., Hawkoßtone-crescont. Apply on the premises. TO LET, a seven-roomed House, with every convenience, in Hawker-street. Apply James Trevor, Bnilder, Courtonayplace. TO LET, a Cottage containing four rooms, scullery and outhouse, in Wordsworthstroet, near Willis-stroet. Apply Mr. Greenwood, grooor, Wordsworth-street. TO LET, eight-roomed House. Upper Ellice-street ; rent 16s. Apply to C. W. Tanner, Solicitor, Wellington. TO LET, House, Upper Adelaide-road, containing six room 3 and bathroom, with every convenience. Tnstin Bros. nnO LET, in Upper Dizon-street, opposite JL the Scotch Churoh, an eight-roomed House, with every convenience. Apply Andrew Young, Upper Willis-streot. TO LET, larfp Business Premises in Lower Williß-street ; suitable for any businesß, wholesale) or retail ; now occupied by A. Munro, grocer ; will be vacated 21st February, 1892. Apply Wm. Anderson, Auntin-street. TO LET, a Five-roomed Houae in Itfartinstreet, with gas, water, end evory convenience. Apply to M. Seagrief, 92, Taranaki-street. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. HOLIDAY SEASON. XSLAND BAY HOTEL, The season is now approaching and the pnblic would do well to visit this hoalthy spot. This .Hotel hae lately been renovatod and refurnished, and nothing is wanting for the convenience and comfort of the public. Refreshments, Iced Drinks, served on the lawn and balcony during the season. Ladikb' Private Rekreshmunt Book. Billiards, Games, Fishing Boats on hi». Stabling Fees. Only the best brands of Beer and Wines in stock. 'Bus leaves Government Buildings 10a.m,, 2 p.m., and 5 p.m. Betnrn, 8.30 a.m., 12 noon, and i p.m. W. EVENSEN, Proprietor. CHRISTMAS AND HEW YEAR'S PBESENTS ! G. & T.~YOt7J\ T G, IMPORTERS, WATCHMAKERS, AND JEWELLERS, Are now fihowing & CHOICE SELECTION OP GOODS, Both Useful and Ornamental, suitable for the holiday season. Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silvib Watches, op FIBBT-CLABB Quality Gold Bboochxb, Banolks, Gem Eikgs, Studs and Scabffins, &c., of Newest Designs. An extra fine assortment of ELECTRO SILVEB - PLATED GOODS Now on hand. STEELING SILVER-MOUNTED LEATHER GOODS. A superior lot of the above just openinp | up, consisting of Parses, Card Caßea, Pocket j and Memo. Books. Also, PEARL AND TURQUOISE GOLD BROOCHES, now all the rage at Home. LakBTON-QDAT, WELLINGTON; AND AT DITNXDIN, TIMAKU, AND OaKABO. ANTED Known, cc Lreami dally at J. Godber's, Confectioner, 80 and 82, Cubvßtreet,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XLII, Issue 149, 21 December 1891
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