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WASirTBDB. CANVASSERS Wanted for Adverting 1/ Business in Town and Country ; good commission. H. L. Boaenberg and Co., Mutual Provident Buildings, between 10 and U a.m. ANTED, Well-educated Youth to L»arn Clothing and Mercery. Apply Clothing Factory, Octagon. . CUT ANTED, Furnishel House of b to 8 W Ro-.ms in North End of City for two or .„r eß month-.; every care John Hercus and Co., 5 and 6 Extjungc court. know-~Wm. Mills, Stafford Wj ntrPot, a&n;.-.ak-r sad Lcoksmitn, A.'.-.-rtd Scr-ka. Weight", nv.d Measures. ijjA —Best value in Dunedin— Ualcuua anu B Fo >chow Tea Company, 14G George Mtrnct. B. Washer, manager. d'S AMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jai SCi T, 1 tin; Pickle*, 8d: Sauce, 5d bottL, Tobacco, 4d stick; Tea, really good,^63lb. C" <OFFEE,'~Is; Tea."is 2d ; Baking Soda, 2d / lb ; Jam, 4d ; Tobocco, 4J ; Herrings, (id doz, Macfarlan?, Hanover street. t'O £iSl. E3PLANADE, St. Clair.-To Let. comfortable Furnished Six-roomed Cottage. C. Binns, Post Office Building?. mO LET, 4 -roomed House, Albert terrace, R Geortfe street, near Union street; rent, lis. J. Mathews, coachbuilder, King street^ T~ 7T"'LBTTcomfortab'e Three-roomed Cottage. I. Selby, Castlo street, between St! Andrew and Hanover strects. ?6 LET, superior Plastered 5-roomed House. |_ fronting Bait, near terminus Queens drve; all conveniences; fruit and flower garden g-od_order. G. H. Smith, Maou Hd'. m"OLI£T, sev ral good Houjcb in aud near . Town ; Cto 12 rooms. Apply Geo. S. 'X'" room. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. TO LET, good House, Glen, Mornington. John Reid and Son 3, Bond street. LET, Offices and Cellarlge, urawiora street, presently cccupied by Mr W. L. Loes. Apply Stak Office. 0 1, a j. (Furnisned or Unfurnished), For a term of years, CINTRA, ANDERSON'S BAY, containing nine rooms, cellar, napery and lumber closets, kitchen, washhouse, two servants' bedrooms, store room, and pantry. Htu'lio fitted up, detached four-stalled stable, h»y loft, harness room, and double coach-house. The Land is divided into 1\ acre of orchard, in full bearing 2A „ English grass for cows 3J „ pleasure ground?, with teams awn (ti.e drainul). App,yt ° ALLAN HOLMES. PAL" New and Second-hand Spring .|j Carts Station Waggon. J. Mathew, coachbuilder, King street. FOR SALE,"General Storekerping Business, in good e.-.uotry district; fir.->t-c]as3 opening for man with small capital. Apply Hog 6 ', Howison, Nicol, and Co, (OR SALK S'.Y the Uoouwiu or __.- Blacksmith's Business and Lease of Premises, with buiulinga there on, the property of the late Mr Jn\ M'Kay, Maclnggan street, Dunedin. Tenders arc invited and all particulars eiven bv the unders'gued. Mr *WM. AVAL LACK, Carpenter. Maclaggan stree', Dunedin Tenders close on the 28th hist. ■S-BWDISRB RENDERS will be received in the Town 3 Clerk's Office until 5 o'clock p.m. on W t dnesday,29thinst., . 1. For Supplying and Delivering 2,000 cubic yards of Bluestone Meta 1 . 2. For Tarring Bridges. Specifications may be seen in the City burvejor's Office. ADAM GIBSO N. Town Cleik. Dunedin, 22nd Miy, 1889. TENDERS invited till noon, May 31, for 7 YEARS' LEASE of 40 Acres Glass laud, Woodhaugh, now occupied by Tnomas Murphy. Also, Separate Tenders for Woodhaugh Quarries. For condition s apply to THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). PUBLIO NOTICES. WINTER BOOTS. WINTER BOOTS. FOR COMFORT, DURABILITY, STYLE, AND ECONOMY, JO Immense Stock of New Winter Goods are not excelled in the City. ( Ladies and Gents, see best GREAT ) English and Foreign makeß, all VARIETY. ) new, best winter materials, PorVpo'se Hide, Culf, Morocco, etc. / Evening Shoes, best styles, VERY J immense variety, in Patents C'iOICE. ) Glove Rid 3, Morocco, eti. (fancy (.and plain design), from 4s lid. FOR LADIES' WINTKR WEAR : Superior Morocco Button Boots (cloth tops), 7- Gd ; High Lf vant Lace-ups, 93 6d ; splendid Morocco Shoes, 7s 9d ; Kid, (is 9d ; strong Kid plasties, 6s 3d. FOR MEN'S WINTER WEAR : Superior Porpoise-hide, Scotch-grain, and Calf Cookhams, unequalled for comfort and ■wear. See special line in Gents' Cork-soled Balmorals : Superior Sewn Balmorals from lis 9d; Football Balmorals from 9s 6d ; special lines with Rugby ankle pads. BEEHIVE BOOTS 1 BEEHIVE BOOTS ! Unrivalled for Wear and Low Prices. Men's strong Balmorals from 9i 6d ; extra strong Watertights, 12s 6d ; superior Bluchers, F.slld. _ ~_ Women's strong Balmorals from Ca 11a; Leather Elastics, 7s 6d. For Boys and Girls none excel the Beehive " Boots for real hard wear. Just see prices. SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Importers, George street, near Octagon. IHE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE. AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW """ ZEALAND, LIMITED. Capital ... TT ... L 125.000. Dibkotobs : The Hon. W. H. Reynolds, M.L.O. W. Downie Stewart, Esq., M.H.R. ■Thomas Moodie, Etq. ■Walter Hislop, Esq. Manager: Walter Hislop. This Company acts as Executor or Trustee under wills and settlements; as Attorney for absentees or others; manages properties; negotiates loans; collects interest, rent, and dividends ; and conducts all general agency business. JOB PRINTING. HHE EVENING STAR OFFICE la now L prepared to Execute PRINTING of every description, in first-class style, at moderat prices, and on very short notice. Having a Large 1 and Varied Assortment of Type, suitable for all classes of work, and Machinery capable of turning it out more rapidly than most offices, Business Houses cam rely upon their Orders, for large or small numbers, receiving prompt attention. Estimates given for large ordera;only. T. GEORGE JAM.—Selected Fruit and Best Sugar. All Grocers,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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