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WANTBDB. VACANCY. A SOLICITOR has a Vacancy for an Articled Clerk. Apply “LAW,’Stab Office. OSS AND GLENDINING Want 3 good Trouser Machinists; constant employment ; wages. Clothing Factory. Stafford street. ——; — rrr XKT ANTED, Second-hand Blacksmith s \V Anvil (heavy). Jos. Sparrow, Rattray street wharf. w 'ANTED. Forewoman for Cardboard Box Apply, stating former experience, to Box ie, w ——- 'ANTED Known—Wm. MUM. Stafford t street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, ■ ast* Scales. Weights, and Measures, ; Ulb/i gwict) yy ' — 7Tin, —Best value in Dunedin— Calcutta ana T Fo JC ?ow Tea Company, 146 George trwt. B. Washer, manager. et. D. tthouv., a AMMOND. Hanover street, for best 5d tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, M bottle, obacco, 4d stick; Tea, really good, la 6d lb. ’•'.nFPEE Ls ; Tea, Is 2d; Baking Soda. 2d 2! Ibf Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings. 6d oz. Macfarlan*. Hanover street. TO LET. ANADB. St. Clair.—To Let, coraj fortbfe Frlrnished Six-roomed Cottage, “linns, Post Office Buildings. BinnSa roil uroce uuuuwbw .—- IOUFORTABLE 4-roomed House; range, outhouses; healthy local,* Mrs Maori road (near Dryden s Store). 10 LET, commodious House of 9 Rooms, bath, etc., Stafford street. John Reid Sons, Bond street, PIO LET. good House, 6 Rooms, MorningL ton; low rent. John Reid and Sons, md street ■lO LET (St. Hilda), comfortable 4-roomed Cottage; cheap rent. B. 0. Reynolds I Co., High street. (0 LET, Offices and Cellarage, Ci awford street, presently occupied by Mr >V. 1* Apply Star Office. FOB BALE. 3R SALE or To Let, at Evansdale, superior Bight-roomed Cottage, with stable One Acre of land; immediate possession. I_ -yjr, Cuningbam Smith, Liverpool t. )E SALE. General Storekeeping Business, in good country district; first-class openir man with small capital. Apply Hogg, ion, Nicol, and Co. IOR SALE, Cheap—Screw Lifters, Boring Machine, Fire-guard, Kettles, Fenders, lew, Iron Bedsteads, Stoves, Tents, Tools >ll kinds, best New Pea-]acketß (11s), Indiaber Packing, Theodolite, Music Stool, Cages, ■niture, Steps, Gum Boots, Fishing Net, Is, Books, Spurs. STONE, Dealer (Next Allan’s, grocer, King street). FOB SALE. ;H GROCERY BUSINESS, George itreet, Dunedin, at present being carried Sinclair Peden. Being in a flrso-claaa n. at a moderate rental, this is a good j for a man with small capital. Stock at NOLAND CO., LIMITED; R. WILSON AND 00. TENDERS )ERS are Invited for the Erection, in thol place, of a Building in Concrete >od, for Mr Shiel. Plans, etc., at n and Co.’s, George street. Geo. in, architect. PIMB for Receiving Tendeis for Mr Milne a Cottage, at Sptingvale, Macandrew Bay, Extended to Thursday, 6thmßt.,atNoon, MASON AND WALES. Architects. IDERS Invited for the Erection of Idditions (Stone) at Aahburn Hall irnanatio Asylum. a and specifications may be seen at the >f the undersigned, with whom Tenders s lodged on or befoie the Bth June, at R. A. LAWSON, Architect. PUBLIC NOTICES. fOTIOB OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. )TICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Partnership for some time past carried on medin between me George M Gavin, one mder M'Giegor, and one William Henry i under the style or firm of M Gavin, egor, and Smith," as Brewers, Bottlers, sudistete, was dissolved as from the oth { April, 1889. debits dee to the said firm must bo pai 1 to he said Giorge M'Gavin; and alt debts . by the said firm will be paid by me ami lo will in future carry on the said Business r the style of “ M'Gavin and Co.” GEORGE M‘GAVIN. ouolas Macdonald, lolicitor, Princes street, Dunedin. riLl I A M 200 Plunges street, Can now supply the public with INO WF.THBBS, OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, red and grazed by John M'Lean, Esq , of Redoast’e. JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT. TjIVENINO STAB OFFICF, BOND STREET, DUNEDIN. Business Card. Ball Programme Cards Visiting Cards Menu Cards Entertainment Cards and Programmes, Billheads, Memorandum Forms, Duplicate and Triplicate Delivery Books, Letter Headings, Note Headings. DRAPERS' STATIONERY: Counter Books in duplicate, Warehouse Books and Dockets, Address Labels (gummed), Handbills, any sire, colored inks or papers, Invoice and Office Envelopes, printed or plain. There is now no necessity for Mercantile Houses obtaining their Stationery Supplies from Britain or elsewhere, as all their requirements can be met locally, and as cheaply as they can be Imported, OLFH’B Sohnaj pa ta .“J*} for many years a -tsnUrd profefcional remedy.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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