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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889
WANTEDS. WANTED To Sell, splendidly situated new Five-roomed House, Linden; corner section. John Wilkinson, solicitor, Dunedin. —Win. Mills, Stafford t vunt» Seals*, Weights, and Measures. •rrrANTED Known-That Bill-heads, Cir! ' culars, Cards, Programmes, and General •■,» «f everv description are executed tt 'J' Fo'chow Tea Company, 146 George street. B. Washer, manager. _ AMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, od bottle; ;00. 4d stick: Tea, really good, Is 6d lb. OFFEE. Is; Tea, Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d +J lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, 6d doz. Hanover street. tO LEI. ESPLANADE, St. Clair.-To Let, comfortable Furnished Six-roomed Cottage. O. Binns, Post Office BuildingsCOMFORTABLE 4-roomea nouso , iau ß c, O outhouses; healthy locality. Mrs Procter, Maori road (near Drydens Store). (TuTt. commodious Dwelling-houße (large garden), adjoining Tilbury*, »*" " .♦,„,,* • r«nt. 10a. Apply to Mr Tilbury. _ ,■ ,0 LET. superior 3-roomed House, range, icTLET, 4-roomed House, Albert terrace, L George street, near Union street; rent, .T Mathews, coachbuilder, Kipg Btreet. room. John Keid and Sons, Bond street. 10 LET, good House, Ulen, aior John Reid and Sons, Bond street TO LET, Offices and Cellarage, Crawford street, prosently occupied by Mr W. K Leeg._Apply STAR Office. O L ' (Furnisned or Unfurnished), For a term of years, CINTRA, ANDERSON'S BAY, containing nine rooms, cellar, naper> --- lumber closets, kitchen, washhouse, two servants' bedrooms, store room, and PM«J- .. Studio fitted up, detached four-stalled stable, hay loft, harness room, and double coaea-nouse. The Land is divided into « acre of orchard, in full bearing 2* „ English gias3 for cows gj[ I, pleasure grounds, with tennis awn (tile drained). Applyt ° ALLAN HOLMES. FOE SALE. FOR SALE, 2 St. Bernard Pups. Robert Collier, Continental Boot Depflfc, Princes s * rc «* O nno 2 .;te Po«* Office. iIOR SALE, New and Second-hand Spring J Carts, Station Waggon. J. Mathewp, coachbuilder, King street. T7IOR SALE, General Storekeeping Bushes?, i in good country district; first-class oper r ° :it „w.«n n»nital. Annlv Hoei Howiaon, Nicol, and Go. T Machine, Fire-guard, Kettles, Fenders, Boilers, Iron Bedsteads, Stoves, Tents, Tools of all kinds, best New Pea-jackets (Us), Indiarubber Packing, Theodolite, Music Stool, Cages, Furniture, Steps, Gum Bootß, Fishing Net, Rods, Books, Spurs. STONE, Dealer (Next Allan's, grocer, King street). FOR SALE BY TENDER, the Goodwill of Blacksmith's Business and Lease of Premises, with buildings thereon, the property of the late Mr Jno. M'Kay, Maclaggan street, Dunedin. Tenders are invited and all partioularß given by the uudei signed. Mr WM. WALLACE, Carpenter. Maclaggan street, Dunedin. Tenders close on the 28th inst. TENDERS nENDERS Invited for Ereoting EigbtENDERS are invited till noon of Monday, I 3rd June, for the ERECTION of a COTTAGE at Springvale, Macandrew Bay, for Mlne ' EB \lASON AND WALES, Architects. ENDERS are Invited till Noon of TUES.I DAY, the 4th June, for the Erection of „ Residence (of wood and brick) in Brown ,treet ' JAMES HISLOP, Architect. Dowling street. TENDERS invited till noon, May 31, for 7 YEARS' LEASE of 40 Acres Grass Land, Woodhaugh, now occupied by Thomas Murphy. Also, Separate Tenders for Woodhaugh Quarries. For cotditions apply to ""JFKE&f COMPANY OF NEW , ZEALAND (LIMITED). WATCHMAKERS. [Established 1862.] rn AND T. YOUNG, IMPORTERS, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS, MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, 83 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN; Lambton Quay, Wellington Great North Road, Timaruj Thames street, Oamaru, G ANO T. YOUNG hold by far the Largest and Best Selected Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellerv, Sterling Silver and Electro-plated Goods, Aneroids, Field and Opera Glasses, Spectacles, etc., in the colony. They desire to oaU special attention to the fact that while their artioles for sale are of the than those of minor establishments, their object being to secure a large amount of patronage, and at the same time the approval of their customers. . Inspection respeotfully invited. EDUCATIONAL. SINGING. VOICE PRODUCTION, AND Dirtwn , HANOFOBTE , MRS WM. MURPHY (Pupil of Madame Chambers), Musio Studio, High street 3 doors above Princess's Theatre). rnTTN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO ' I( (above th" Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse) -Mr EPHRAIM PARKER Teacher o STO:« "l"m. THSEPH MOSS (Teacher ot lging) will receive Pupils a. Bands supplied for Albany street. INSTJBANOE COMPANIES. STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY. Head Office: High street, Dunedin. FIBE, MARINeTaND FIDELITY GUARANTEE RISKS Taken at LOWEST CURRENT RATES. THOMAS R. FISHEP, General Mar »jer.
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