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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7907, 15 May 1889
WANTEBB. WANTED, comfortable and convenient 8 or 9-ROOM ED HOUSE, near City; north end preferred. JAMES A. PARK AND CO., Agents. DRESSMAKERS. Wanted, a thorough good Dressmaker to take entire charge of Workroom ; must be a good fit; references indispensable. Apply, bating salary required, to Kirkcildie and Stains, Wellington.^ TT7ANTED Known—l am a cash purchaser of Dairy-fed Pork. E. Horne, 147 George street. JO BUCUV, W~ANTED Known—That J. T. Warburton, Watchmaker and Jeweller, commeuced Business, next Dodds s, Fort Cha - mers, /ANTED Known —Win. Mills, Stafford WV street, Ganmaker and Lcokamltn, rtiuots Scales. Weights, and Measures. TEA.— Best value in Dunedin— Calcutta and Foiohow Tea Company, 140 George street. E. Washer, manager. HAMMOND, Hanover Street, for best Jam, 5d tin; Pickles, 8.1;; Sauce, 5d bottle, robacoo, 4d stick; Tea, really good, /NOFFEE, Is ; Tea. Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d ly lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, bd ]oz. Macfarlan-, Hanover street. _ ’SO LET. 10 LET, Furnished Sitting Room and Bed- . room. Apply Mrs Charles Mercer, The fLET, good Home of 9 rooms and bathroom. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. 10 LET, good House, Glen, Mornington, John Reid and Sons, Bond street. PO LET, superior 3-ioomed House ; range, registers; quiet locality ; every connience. Grange Store, Forth stree.. 10 LET, Offices and Cellarage, Crawford street, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Apply Stak Office 10 LET, superior Plastered 5-roomed House, fronting Belt, near terminus Queen s vo; all conveniences; fruit and_ d?,^ er den good order. G. H. Smith, Maori Hil. 10 LET, at Normanby, N.E. Valley, several Small Farms, 7 acres upwards; also irlnrlc behind hotel. John Reid and Sons. — T I 0 L E (Furnisned or Unfurnished), For a term of years, OINTRA, ANDERSON’S BAY, taining nine rooms, cellar, napery and her closets, kitchen, washhouse, two setts’ bedrooms, store room, and pantry, tudio fitted up, detached four-stalled stable, loft, harness room, and double coaen-nouse. The Land is divided into re of orchard, in full bearing English grass for cows . pleasure grounds, with tennis awn (tile drained). Ply t0 ALLAN HOLMES. FOB SALii. 3R SALE (cheap), Section 71, Anderaton (Roslyn), £an Acre; planted and fenced, is A. Park and Co. FOR SALE. lOIOE BUILDING SITE, in Union street, containing a little over Quarter or ere. Macasaey, Kettle, and Woodhouse, tors, Dunedin. MERINO EWES. 10R SALE, 2.(00 Well-bred, Full-mouth MERINO EWES, in good condition ; on hj country. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY. DONALD STRONAC 3, Manager, TENDERS ANTED, Tesders for a Four-roomed House. Plans at M’Callum and Co. s, i street south. tfDERS are invited till noon on Thursday, the 23rd inat., for the Erection of a terian Church (in brick) at South DunJ. A. BURNSIDE, Architect. DBRS are invited until noon on SATrRDAT, the 18th irst,, for the Ereclaigo 'Vinery, etc., for By. Cox, Esq., is, N.E. Valley. E. M. ROACH, Architect, Octagon. TAIEBI COUNTY. 3R3 received by Undersigned, until i of SATURDAY, 18th, for Bxcavaletaliing at Green Island. 1 tp-ciflcation with ROBERT HAY, County Engineer. BOROUGH OF OAVBRSHAM. 3NDER3 will be received until 7 p.m. on Friday, 17th inst., for Excavation and lliog Woik on the Caversham Recreation rve. Specific itions, etc., may be seen at icil Chambers, Caversham. MARTIN PEARCE, Town Clerk. versbam, 11th May, 1889.
PUBLIC IfOTKJBa EXTRA GOOD VALUE. PRICES MUST SATISFY. DON’T FORGET IT 1 MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. SIM ON BROTHERS have opened up further special Shipments OF NEW WINTER GOODS. All Boots supplied direct to the public. No Double Profits. The Stock now comprises the best Styles by most famous Brit'sh and Continental Makers. Ladies, see Special Lines—viz , _ f The “Ethel” Levant Walking Shoes (neat and strong), 7s 9d; the “Sutherland” Kid Button Shoe (comfort and wear), 8s 6d; the “Rosetta” Kid Balmorals I (really ani e boot), 11s 9d; the Langtry ” Kid Button Boots, 10s 9J; the “Kathleen” Morocco Button Boots (cloth tops), splendid winter boots, 7a (id ; the “ Elsie , Evening Shoes (plain or fancy), splendid value, 4s lid. Gents, see Special Lines: Tennis Shoes, Gs Cdus.uaUy 12s Ga. r The “Gordon” calf Lome Balmoral (a neat solid boot), 14s 6d; the “York” Lome Balmoral (sewn), splendid value, 10s 6d; the “ Cambridge ’’cloth-top Oxford ■! shoes (sewn), neat, good shoes, 9s 3d; the “Rugby” football Balmorals (padded ankles, etc.), 14s gd • the “Oookham Balmorals , (hand-sewn), unrivalled for comtfort and wear. . BEE BEEHIVE BOOTS ! All made m pur Factory. Wear guaranteed. See Testimonials —lO to 21 months wear. ( Men’s splendid Balmorals from 9j 6d ; Elastics, 9s 6d ; Bluchers, 5a lid ; Farm Women’s superior high Balmorals - from 6a lid; Elastics, 7a Cd, Stockyard Boots, 8s 6d ; Slippers, 2a lid. Boys’ and Girls extra , strong boots at prices defying all competition. , CLOGS I CLOGS!—Men’s and Womens— Lowest Prices In City. SIMON BROTHERS, George street, near Octagon. Factories: Bath street. -| /» WORDS FOR ONE SHILLING - ■ O The charge for Wantfds. To Lots, For Pa’es, etc., etc., is Is for Sixteen Words. Space Advertisements are charged at the rate of 4s per inch the first insertion, and 3a per inch subsequent insertions. Standing advertisements by special arrangement. HEN buying Schnapps be sure to obtain the genuine Wolfe’s Schnapps. THEY WEAR WELL. w
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7907, 15 May 1889
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