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TOWNSHIP OF BRIGHTON. WANTED TO PURCHASE, BUILDING SITE in above Township; must contain about an acre. Address STOUT AND MONDY, Solicitors, Princes street. CANVASSERS Wanted for Advertising Business in Town and Country; good commission. H. L. Rosenberg and Co . Mutual Provident Buildings, between 10 and 11 a.m. WANTED Known —Second Quarter of Miss Scoullar'n Cutting and Fitting Classes commences on June Ist WANTED, a Cook; also, House and Tablemaid ; references required. Apply Mrs Wright, BishopßCOurt. ANTED, good General s-ervant; refei. 1 „««.! flnrtb- frnrl T.&nridress. Mrs Walter Hislop, High ttreet. ANTED Known—That J. T. Warburton, , T Watchmaker and Jeweller, has Recommenced Business,, next Dodds's, Port ChalW ANTED Known—Wm, Mills, Stafford street, Gunraaker and Looksmlth, A.Ucsts Scaloa. Weights, and Measorea. !A —Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and Foochow Tea Company, 14G George j. 15. Waster, inaTiager. I AMMOND, Hanover btreet, for befit Jam, B J 5d tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle; Tobacco, 4djtick_; Tea, really good, Is 6d lb. OFFEETIs ; Tea, la 2d ; Baking Soda, 2d lb ; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, 6d doz. Macfarlan-, Hanover street TO LEE, TO LET, comfortable, convenient, cheap Cottages, with copper, range; guaranteed Are. Lawrence, iobbing builder. King street. TO LET, at Normanby, N.E. Valley, several Small Farms, 7 acres upwards; also Paddock behind hotel. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, comfortable Threc-roomea cottage. I. Selby, Castle street, between St. Andrew and Hanover streets. O LET, superior Plastered 5-roomed House, fronting Belt, near terminus Queens unire • all conveniences; fruit and flower ™r<l<m treed order. G. H. Smith, Maori HiU. TO LET or Lease, for a Term, 7-roomed House, occupied by J. M. Nioholson, in King street. Full quirter-acre section, with outhouses, etc. , . ,0 LET, several good Houses in and near L Town; C to 12 rooms. .Apply Geo. S?. Brodritk. good liou-e or a raornn mu i»«u- . John Reid and Sons, Bond street. |0 LET, good House, Ulen, flioimngwm. ~_ John Reid and Sons, Bond street. oTeT, - OfficeTanii Cellar ige. Crawford Btreet, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Lees. Avply Stak Office. | 0 l> a ± (Furnisncd or Unfurnished), For a term of years, CINTRA, ANDERSON'S BAY, containing nine rooms cellar, napeiy and lumber closets, kitchen, washhouse, two servants' bedrooms, storo room, and pantry. Studio fitted up, detached four-stalled stable, hay loft, harness room, and double coach-house. The Land is divided into 1J acre of orchard, in full bearing 24 „ English gTass for cows 3J „ pleasure grounds, with tennis : drained). Applyt ° ALLAN HOLMES. FOB CALSJ OR SALE, General Storekeeping Business, ■ in good country district; first-clas* opening- for man with small capital. Apply Hogg, Howison, Nicol, and Co. OR SALE BY TKNDER, the Goodwill of Blacksmith's Easiness and Lease of Premises, with buildings thereon, the property of the late Mr Jm. M'Kay, Maclsggan street, Dunedin. Tenders are invited and all particulars given by the undersigned. Mr WM. WALLACE, Carpenter. Maclaggan street, Dunedin. Tenders close on the 28th inst. FOR SALE. CHOICE BUILDING SITE, in Union street, containing a little over Quarter of an Acre. Macassey, Kettle, and Woodhouse, solicitors, Dunedin. NOTICE TO ENGINEERS AND OTHERS. FOR SALE, 1 SCREW CUTTING LATHE, 6:n Centres, with Hajdon Cutting-bar, and a great variety of Tools and Fittings. Also, a lot of Blacksmith's, Gunsmith's, and Engineer's Tools. Can be seen on THURSDAY, at the house of the late GEORGE DAV ID9ON, Maori Hill. TENDERS RENDERS Invited till noon of Saturday, j the 25th inst, for Carpenter's and Plumbcr'BWork at Messrs Wright, Stephenson, am 'OAKDEN AND BEGG, Architects. TENDERS are invited till noon on Thursday, the 23rd inst., for the Ereotion of a Presbyterian Church (in brick) at South DunedlD' J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect. IENDERS invited till noon, May 31, for _J_ 7 YEARa' LEASE ot 40 Acres Grass land, Woodhaugh, now occupied by Thomas Murphy. Also, Separate Tender* for Woodhaugh Qaanies. For condition s apply to THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, BSTATB, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). PUBLIO NOTICES. WINTER BOOT?. WINTER BOOTS. FOR COMFORT, DURABILITY, STYLE, AND ECONOMY. OIIMON BROTHERS' i Immense Stock of New Winter Goods are not excelled in the City. ( Ladies and Gents, see best GREAT ) English and Foreign makes, all VARIETY. ) new, best winter materials, PorVpo ! se Hide, Calf, Morocco, etc. f Evening Shoes, best styleß, VERY J immense variety, in Patontß CHOICE. J Glove Kids, Morocco, et».. (fancy (.and plain design), from 4a lid. FOR LADIES' WINTKR WEAR : Superior Morocco Button Boots (cloth tops), 7. fid • Hieh Levant Lace-ups, 9s 6d ; splendid Morocco Shoes, 7s 9.1 j Kid, (» Od; strong Kid Elastics, Gi 3d. FOR MEN'S WINTER WEAR : Superior Porpoise-hide, Scotch-grain, and Cilf Cookbams, unequalled for comfort and wear. See special line in Gents' Cork-soled Balmorals: Superior Sewn Balmorals from lis ad; Football Balmorals from 9a 6d ; special lines ■with Rogby ankle pads. BEEHIVE BOOTS ! BEEHIVE BOOTS 1 Unrivalled for Wear and Low Prices. Men'B strong Balmorals from 9s 6d ; extra strong Watertights, 12s 6d ; superior Bluchers, 3 Women's strong Balmorals from Gs Ud; Leather Elastics, 7s Cd. For Boys and Girls none excel the Beehive " Boots for real hard wear. Just see PflCCB ' SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Importers, George street, near Octagon. T. GEORGE JAM.—Selects Fruit and I Best Sugar. All Grocers. O Skit A Copies daily la the Circulation of 3>U"MI tbe Evinino Stab

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889

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