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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR Furniture, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Bedding of every description try F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. WANTED Known—Phosphor Bronze and White Metal Castings Daily Anderson and Morrison. TO LET. TO LET, for a term of three and a half years, those Commodious Premises in Main street, Gore, known as WILLIAMS’S FANCY BAZAAR, occupying a frontage of 22ft with a depth of 7Cft. These premises are provided with outhouses. As a site for any class of business this property cannot be excelled, as it occupies the most central position, and the premises are the most convenient and best fitted of any between Dunedin and Invercargill. Possession on the 23rd inst. Principals only dealt with. Apply to W, H. PALMER, Commission Agent, Gore. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, WELLINGTON DISTRICT. Saturday, the 4th day of May, 1889, UPON reading the Affidavits of Robert Chisenhall Hamerton, of Wellington, Public Trustee, and of Frederick Beattie, of Roslyn, Otago, police constable, it is ordered that the Public Trustee shall be Administrator of all the real and personal estate of GEORGE MORRISON, late of Roslyn, accountant, deceased. (Signed) JAMES PRENDERGAST. All persons indebted to the above-named deceased are requested to pay the amounts of their several accounts to me, or to J. Edmund Smith, Esq., Dunedin. Also, all Persons having Claims against the said Estate are requested to forward the same to me, or to Mr Smith, on or before WEDNESDAY. the 12th day of JUNE next. N.B.—Any Claim not sent in by the day named will be liable to be excluded from participation, R c HAMERTON, Public Trustee. Public Trust Office, Wellington, May 15,1889. GOVERNMENT NOTIOES. v. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24th. DUNEDIN RACES, MAY 24th and 25th. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS will be issued from any Station to any Station, from 22nd to 25th May, 1889, inclusive, and will be available for return up to and including 30th May. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from the Stations mentioned below from 22nd to 24th May, and will be available for return up to and including 30th May. Palmerston j Holders of Excursion Tickets may break the journey at any stopping place on direct line of route, going or returning. Excursion Tickets to Kingston will be available either via Invercargill or Waimea Line. On 24th May the GOODS SHEDS at Port Ohalraers and Dunedin WILL BE CLOSED. By order. V. R. LAND ON PERPETUAL LEASE (REOPENED). TENDERS for the undermentioned Sections will be received at the Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 21st May, 1889 j to be dealt 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 IGs Cd. MANIOTOTO DISTRICT.—Section 14, Block XIIL, 295 a 2r 12p. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 277 Us. —Section 3, Block XIV., 290 a Or 16p. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, LIIB 12s,— Section 4 Block XIV., 208 a2r OOp. Upset annual rental, Is 6d per acre. Valuation for improvements, L»6.—Section 19, Block XIV., 59a 2r 13p. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 55. FOOLBURN DISTRICT.-Section 8, Block 11,, 320 acres. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements,
juioa. STBATH TAIBRI DISTRICT.—Section 13, Block V., 320 i2r 30p. Upset annual rental, 2s per acre, Valuation for improvements, 1-745 17s. -Section 35, Block IX, 06, i 2r 84p. Upset annual rental, 7s per acre. 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 on application to this office. Notk.— The present occupier of sections 3 and 4, block 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, Dunedin, 18th April, 1889. V. AND DISTRICT OF NOTICE. R. OTAGO. RURAL LANDS open For Sale for Cash, or for Selection on Deferred Payments or Perpetual Lease, at the option of the applicant. Sections in the following Districts will be OPEN for SELECTION, as above, on and after WEDNESDAY, 29th MAY, 1889, at prices varying from 10s to 45s per acre Akatore Eenger Blackstone Gatlins Crookston Dunbaok Gimmerburn Glenomatu Highlay Maniotote Maungatua Otokia Rankleburn Parras Tiger Hill Tuapeka East Tuapeka West Upper Taieri Wakefield Warepa. Posters containing full particulars, plans, and forms of application can be obtained at this office or at any local Land Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, Ist May, 1889. V. B. SETTLEMENT LAND OPEN for SELECTION for Cash, or on Deferred Payments or Perpetual Lease, at the option of the applicant. APPLICATIONS will be received at the Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, 29th MAY, 1889, For sections 18. 20, 21, 22, and 23, block V. Kawarau District, known as Gibbston, containing from 6to 50 acres each. Cash price, 20s per acre; deferred payment price, 25s per acre; perpetual lease annual rental, Is per acre, No person shall be allowed to select more than one section. ... . If more than one application is recetvea for the same section on the same day, priority of choice will be decided by lot on the day following. Plans and further particulars ean be obtained on application at this Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 30th April, 18$,
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