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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS 'ATERPROOFS, Waterproofs, Wat;r- ---' proofs, Waterproofs.—Before purchasing see the enormous stock at all prices. Clothing Factory, Octagon. -g £\ d\ Bunches Samoan Bananas; delicious JLvF" flavor ; finest ever imported. Obtainable only at Pty r'e, Princes street. XT S. FISH AND SON, -^ # HOUSE DECORATOR?, Papukhanobbs, Glazieiih, and Sion Wiutbk?. Importers of Oils, Colors, Paperhangings, Brusliware, and all Painters' Requisites, Tenders given for General Repairs. [Estabißhcd 1861 ] PRINCES STREET SOUTH. TAILORING BUSINESS FOR SALE. 10R SALE, as a going concern, the STOOk- _«_ IN-TRADE of the Tailoring Business carried on by the late George Davidson, at Balclutha. For particulars apply kessis Thomson, Fox, and Co., H'gh street, where stocksheots, etc., may be seen; or Bank of N.Z, Balclutlia Tenders for the above will be received up to the 18th inst. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. W Prices, and of Best QualityCalcutta Cornaacks Woolpacka, full weight Binding Twine (Manila and ilax) Seaming Twino (Belfast) Now Season's Ryegrass Seed (local and Poverty Bay) New Cocksfoot seed Maiden Island Guano Phosphorus Cooper's Sheep Dip Graham's Footrot Cure Johnson's Ensilage I resses Gascoigne's Champion WooJpress the handiest and cheapest press in the markot: And all other Farm and Station Requisites. Wc have unequalled facilities for handling and storiDg grain. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, Lmd. Donald Sthonach, Managor, Dunedin B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. & CO. B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO BE. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO BROWN, EWING. AND CO Beg to announee that they Have just opened up a Lareo Shipment of SUPKRIOR WATERPROOF COATS (Men's and Youths' Sizes), Comprising all the Newest Shapec, fresh from the Manufacturers; guaranteed best Proof - ings and thoroughly reliable Goods. YOUTHS' W.P. COATS (detached capes), 259 to 33s YOUTHS' W.P. COATS (extra quality), 30s to 40s MEN'S W.P. COATS (detached capes), 35s MEN'S W.P. COATS (extra quality), 60s to9oi THE SALISBURY The Salisbury W.P. Coat THE SALISBURY has the appearance of an THE SALISBURY Inverness Cape, with the THE SALISBURY advantage of having the THE SALISBURY arms free, and thereby THE SALISBURY giving full ventilation, THE SALISBURY and at the same time fits THE SALISBURY like an ordinary overTHE SALISBURY coat. Suitable for every THE SALISBURY purpose viz , walking, THE SALISBURY driving, shooting, etc. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ALTERATIONS IN TIME-TABLE. ~ N AND AFTER MONDAY. 13th MAY, _ tho following Alterations and Additions to tho present Train Service will be observed : SOUTH. The Morning Train from Clinton will leave Milton at 8.30 a.m.. Waihola 9.5 a.m., Henley 9.24 8.m., Mosgiel 10.5 a.m., Abbotsfoid 10.23 a.m. Tho Train leaving Dunedin for Invercargill at 8.0 a.m. will leave Abbotsford at 8.25 a m„ Mosgiel 8 47, Hcnloy 9.26, Waihola 9.46. The Trains to and from Invercargill will not stop at Kensington. Tho 9.40 a.m. Train from Burnside will not run. The Train now leaving Dunedin for Mopgiel at 10 55 a.m. will leave at 10.50 a.m., leaving Abbotsford 1115 a.m. NORTH. Tho Train now leaving Dunedin for Palmerston at C.40 a.m. will not run. A Train will loave Dunedin for Palmerston at 7.45 a.m.. 1-aving Purakanui 8.40, Waitati 9.4. Seacliff 9.42, Waikouaiti 10.15. The Ohristchurch Express, now leaving Dunedin at 8 5 a.m., will leave at 11 a ra. Seacliff 12.15 p.m., Waikouaiti 12.37 pit., Palmerston 1.4 p.m., Hampden 1.45 p.m., Oamaru 3 p.m., and will only stop at the stations named. The Train now leaving Dunback at 6.40 a.m., and Palmerston at 7.15 a m., will not run. A Train will loave Palmerston at 6.25 am, Waikouaiti 7.0 a m., Seacliff 7.40 a.m., Waitati 8.13 a.m., Purakanui 8.45, arriving in Dunedin at 9 40 a.m. The Train now leaving Port Chalmers at 8 20 a.m. will leave at 8.15 a.m., and will run five minutes earlier than at present to Dunedin. The Train at present lowing Palmerston for Dunedin at 10.25 a.m. will leave at 10.20 a.m., running five minutes earlier throughout. The Train now leaving Palmerston for Dunedin at 6.10 p.m. will not run. A Tra'n will leave Pa'merston for Dunedin at 450 p.m., Waikouaiti 5.30, Seacliff 6.15, Waitati 6.51, arriving in Dunedin at 8.10 p.m. The Express Train now leaving Oamaru at 8.22 p m. and Palmerrton at 5.29 p.m., and arriving in Dunedin at 7.45 p.m., will not run. The Hxpresß Train will leave Oamaru at 5.10 p.m., Hampden6.lo, Palmerston6sl, Seacliff 7.4l,wriving Dunedin 8.55 pm. It will stop at Maheno, Waikouaiti, Waitati, and Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers from north of Oamaru to alight. A Train leaves Dunback for Palmerston at 9.40 a.m., returning from Palmerston at 8.0 p.m. The 8.15 p.m. to Oamaru and 4.0 p no. to Palmerston will run as at present. On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, a Train will leave Palmerston for Oamaru at 11.5 a.m., Hampden 11.58 a.m., Maheno 12.43, arriving Oamaru at 1.15 p.m ; returning from Oamaru at 2 p.m., Maheno 3.5 p.m., Hampden 3.50 p.m. For further particulars scePoßter Time-tables at all stations. By order. LAND ON PERPETUAL LEASE, (REOPENED). lENDERS for the undermentioned Sections will b'> received at the Crown Landß Office, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 21st May, 1889; to be doßlt with at a meeting of the Land Board on the following day : BUCK STONE DISTRICT—Section 4, Block XVI., 127 aOr 36p. Upset annual rental, 's per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 69 163 6d. MANIOTOTO DISTRICT.-Section 14, Block XIII., 295 a 2r 12p. Upset annual rental, la per acre. Valuation for improvements, L2771P5.-Section3,BlockXlV., 290 a Or 16p. Upset annual rental, Is per acre Valuation for improvements, Lllß 12s.— Section 4 Block XIV., 208 a2r OOp. Upset annu»l rental, Is 6d per acre. Valuation for improvements, LB6.—Section 19, Block XIV., 69a 2r 13p. Upset annual rental, lsperaore. Valuation for improvements, L 55. POOLBURN DISTRICT.-Section 8, Block 11,, 320 acres. Upset annual rental, Is per aore. Valuation for improvements, LlB3. STRATH TAIERI DISTRICT.—Section 13, Block V., 325 a2r 30p. Upset annual rental, 2s per aore. Valuation for improvements, L 745 178.-Seotion 35, Block IX., 96a2r34p. Upset annual rental, 7s per aore. Valuation for improvements, L 192 ss. Valuations for improvements payable within seven days from date of acceptance of tender. Plans, forms of tender, declaration, etc., and further information can be obtained oa application to this office. Note.— The present ocoupier of sections 3 and 4, blook XIV., Maniototo district, is to be allowed three weeks from date of acceptance of tender for new lease to remove turnip crop. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Crown Lands Office,. ■■ Punedin, 18th April, 1889,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889

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