WANTEDS. WANTED, comfortable and convenient 8 or g.ROOMFD HOUSE, near City ; north end preferred. JAMES A. PARK AND CO., Agents. 'ANTED, good General Servant; refei- ' ence . Mrs Finch, Pitt street (opposite Knox Church). RE3SMAKERS. - Wanted, a thorough good Dressmaker to take entire charge oTworkroom; must be a good fit; references indispensable. Apply, stating salary required, to Kirkcaldie and Stains, Wellington. WANTED Known—l am a cash purchaser of Dairy-fed Pork, E. Home, 147 George street. "ANTED Known—That J. T. Warburton, , ; Watchmaker and Jeweller, haai Recommenced Business,, next Dadda's, Port Ohalrtroet, Gunmaker and LcoksznSth, Aetata Hcalea, Weights, and Measures. TEA —Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and Fo'chow Tea Company, 146 George ■treet. B. Washer, manager. MMOND, Hanover street, for best jam, bjl sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauco. 5d bottle; Tobacco, 4d_stickj Tea, reallygood, Is 6J lb. OFFEE, Is; Tea, U2d ; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4J; litrnngs, Cd doz. Macfarlan.', Hanover street. ESPLANADE, St. Clair.-To Let comfortablo Furnished Six-roomed Cottage. G. Binns, Post Cffice Buildings. of Lambeth road. 0 LET, good HoU'C of 9 rooms and bathroom. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. 0 LET, good House, Glen, Mo.nington. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. V) LET, OffioeTand Cellar »ge, Crawford street, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Lees. Apply Stah Office. 0~ L ] (Furnisned or Unfurnished), For a term of years, OINTRA, ANDERSON'S BAY, containing nine rooms, collar, napery and lumber closets, kitchen, wasbhouse, two servants' bedrooms, store room, and pantry. Studio fitted up, detached four-stallod stable, hay loft, harness room, and double coach-house. The Land is divided into 1* acre of orchard, in full bearing 2* „ Englißh gras3 for cows SJ „ pleasure grounds, with tennis awn (tilo drained). Applyt ° ALLAN HOLMES. £O.R SALS 10R SALE, Horses, Spring-cart?, Basket _' PhaetoD, Expr.B°, Harness; terms. Mac Donald, Arthur street, N.B. Valley. TAILORING BUSINESS FOR SALE. FOR SALE, as a going concern, the STOOK-IN-TRADK of the Tailoring Business carried on by the late Georgo Davidson, at Balclutha. For particulars apply Messrs Thom•on, Fox, and Co., High Btreet, where stockiheets, etc., may be seen; or Bank of N.Z, Balclutha Tenders for the above will be received up to the 18th inst. MERINO EWES. FOR SALE, 2,( 00 Well-bred, Full-mouth MB RING EWK9, in good condition ; off high country. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY. DONALD STRONACH, Manager. TENDERS TENDERS are invited till noon on Thursday, the 23rd inst., for the Erection of a Presbyterian Church (in brick) at South Dun--ID' J, A. BURNSIDE, Architect. HSNDKRS are invited until noon on SAT_j_ URDAY, the 18th inst., for the Erection of large "Vinery, etc., for Hy. Cox, Esq., at Haye?, N.B. Valley. ' E. M. ROACH, Architect. Octagou. TAIEKI COUNTY. iENDERS received by Undersigned, until noon of SATURDAY, 18th, for Ixcavation and Metalling at Green Island. Plan and specification with ROBERT HAY, County Engineer. s>-0BL!C KOTIOBB
DON'T FORGET IT ] MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. >< I M 0 N BROTHERS havo opened up further special Shipments OF NEW WINTER GOOD*. All Boots supplied direct to the public. No Double Profits. The Stook now comprises the best Styles by most famous Brit sh and Continental Makers. Ladies, see Sp cial Lines-viz , I f The "Ethel" Levant Walking shoes (ueat and strong), 7s 9d; tho "Sutherland" Kid Button Shoe (comfoit and wear), 8a 6d; EX.TRA the "Rosotta" Kid Balmoralß I (rea"y » ni e boot )' 11b 9d; *£ e GOOD i v .< LaDgtry ■» Kid Button Boots, 10s VALUE. 9d; the "Kathleen" Morocco Button Boots (cloth tope), splendid winter boots, 7s 6d; the "Elsie" Evening shoes (plain or fancy), valup, 4s lid. Gentj, eeo Special Lines: Tennis Shoes, Ob 6dmually 12d 6.1. f The "Gordon" calf Lome Balmoral (a neat tolid boot), 14s 6d; the " York" Lorne Balmoral (sewn), splendid value, 103 6d; FRIOES the u Cambridge " cloth-top Oxford T -j shoes (sewn), neat, good shoes, 9s _„ 3d; the "Kugby" football BalFY- mora i ß (padded ankles, etc.) ; 14s 6d; the "Cookham" Balmorals (hand-Eewn), unrivalled for comLfort and wear. , SEE BEEHIVE BOOTS! All made in our Factory. Wear guaranteed. Seo Testimonials —lO to 21 months' wear. ( Men's splendid Balmorals from &» 6d; Hantics, 9a 6d; Bluchers, v 5s lid ; Farm Watertights, 12s 6d. THEY Women's superior high Balmorals WEAR \ from 6a lid ; ilastic?, 7s 6d; „„._ Stockyard Boots, 8s Grl ; Slippers, WELL. 2s lid. Boys' and GirV extra strong boots at prices defying all competition. CLOGS! CLOGS'—Men'H and Women s Lowest Prices in City. SIMON BROTHERS, Gaorge street, near Octagon. Factorie*: Bath street. JOB PRINTING, BE EVENING STAR OFFICE is now - prepared to Execute PRINTING of every description, in first-class style, at moderat prices, and on very fhort notice. Having a Large and Varied Assortment of Type, suitable for all olastes of work, and Machinery capable of turning it out more ICtyiUlJ VMM** M.w~- . rely upon their Orders, for large or email numbers, receiving \ rompt attention. Estimates given for large order) only. PEAOOOK'S Jams: M c the be=)t to bego* anywhere. For Sale at ftl grjeew. Warthe genuine Wolfe's Sohnapps.
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