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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889
late advertisements WANTED, Partner, for good speculation; small capital required; no risk ; appoint interview. “Quid,” Star Office. WANTED Known-Grand Ball in Kensington Hall next month; double tickets, 1s Cd; first-class refreshments provided. WANTED, the Blacksmith from Naaeby who called at Hallicnn’s, King street, to call again. FOR Furniture, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Bedding of every description try F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. Oik CWT Splendid Pie Melons, 8 lb Is ; /VvF make delicious cheap jam; splendid recipe gratia. Pryor. BEDROOM, Sitting-room To Let; use of kitchen ; terms moderate. Apply opposite Baptist Church, King street. 7|WTe ■. Section j 6-stalled stable, loose box; a North Dunedin. Apply Jas, Whyte, Rattray street. T JIO LET, 5-roomed Houses, South Dunedin (fis);' hop, Princes street south. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. 10 LET, 4-roomed House, York place. Apply A. Anderson, 26 Rattray street. (T LET, ” a comfortabl(T~Tlireo - roomed House; every convenience. W. A. Newman, Hyde street, Frederick street. T,_. - - ££comfortable 4 • roomed House; evciy convenience, bathroom, and washhouse Apply Mrs Pollock, Maorijdill. TO LET, nice 3-roomed Cottage, Bishopscomt, Roslyn. Apply J. Burns, Bishopscourt. TO lET, House and Workshor, Cumberland screet. Apply A. Crawford (Wood, Scott, and Co.). TO LET, 5-roomed Home, also 8-stalled Stable and Paddock, DtdJirgatone, N.E. Valley. John Clegg, Manse street TO LET, Country Hotel (easy terms to good tenant); Furnished House, Wa'kouaiti; Rooms, Town. Mrs Dick, Moray place. TO LET, compact Shop and Dwelling, 9 Castle street, near St. Andrew street; suit butcher. Apply premises. TO LIST or For Sale, Five-roomed House (verandah) and Four Acres Land, all cultivated ; one acre ornamental trees and orchard. Apply to Mr Robert M'Kinlay, Hil'side Boot Factoy. TO LET, 4 roomed Dwelling, Bisbopscourt; outhouses, etc. John Cicgg, Manse street. ■ ORNINGTON. r.-roomed Bay Window Verandah House, J-acre; L 34 0; very cheap, Bryant, agent, Dowling street. e 25, £50,”£100, £2,500 To Lend on Mortgage; Bills discounted daily. Bryant, agent. Dowling street. /A To Lend in sums as required ; vF V Bills discounted daily. Fifzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. FOR SALE, House Properties from 185 to 1.2.000, Dunedin and suburbs. Fitshardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. , rt p? For Sale, superior Five-roomed House, Leith street. Filzlnrdinge Jones, 95 Princes street. FOR SALE (Mornington). over Half an Acre and 4-roomed House; L 360. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. • FOR SALE, Store and Dwelling-home, Mornington ; good section ; LOGO. Fitzhardinge Jones. 95 Princes street TO LET. 4 and 5 roomed Cottages. Dunedin, Bisbopscourt. South Dunedin. Fitzhardtnge Jones, 95 Princes street. FOR SALE, Two 4-roomed Houses; outbuildings, etc. ; half-acre, laud to each ; Anderson’s Bay; a bargain. John Clegg, Manse street. FOR SAI E, 20 Acres (splendid land), Peninsula with four cottages: 2 miles from Anderson Bay. App’y Jas. Whyte, Rattray street, Dunedin. FOR SALE, 5-roomed Cottage and Section, close to Tram Shed. Mornington, L 22 5; easy terms. Apply Jas. Whyte, Rattray street FOR SALE, one good young Cow; second calf just at drop. Robert Adamson. Woodhaugh. FOR SALE for Removal, small Greenhouse, 14 by 10; cheap. Apply C. J, Thorn, Caveraham. FOR SALE, Two good young Cows, at the drop Apply William Claxton, Upper Junction, Port road, THOR SALE or Hire, Covered Express, C Horse, and Harness, Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street (next Bank New Zealand) _ _ ■VTOTIOE.—Having Leased Grant’s Braes i.l and Waverley, all cattle found trespassing after this date will be impounded by me. Hugh Ross, Anderson Bay. OPEN Harmony—Pride of Dunedin Lodge, Choral Hall, Wednesday, 12th June, 8 o’clock, Public Invited. STONE’S Train, Steamer, Tramoar, and Coach 1 ABC Monthly Guide and Diary-’ Full advertifement on this page. MEMBERS Enterprise Lodge, U.A.0.D., are requested to Meet at Ivanhoo Lodge Room To-morrow, at 2 p.m., to attend Funeral of late Bro. H. F. P z y. Geo. w cott, secretary. EVERYi-ODY Invited to Look through Earner's Auction Room; large furniture showroom. Rattray street, next Bank N.Z. SECOND-HAND Books Bought at BraithwaPe’s Book Arcade. DRESSMAKING Classes.—Mrs Dreaver has Vacancies for Pupils. Every pupil taught five days per week, if they can find it convenient to attend. EVERY Pupil Taught To Fib On; not to look on and see it done, but to do it themselves. MRS DREAVER’S Sister has resumed the Management of the Class-room. Ladies will be oarefully taught. WJ ICKER Chairs, Austrian Chairs, OcV casionai Chairs, all styles and prices, Hooper and Co.’s Octagon Furnishing WareiW k Bunches Ripe Samoan Bananas ; f Sweet Samoan Oranges, 12 Is; ney branges, 18 Is. Pryor. iAINTERS. Members Old Painters’ Society requested to meet Coffee Palace, sday, 7.30 p.m. John Randle, President. BEAT Bargains in Millinery, Jackets, ’ Ulsters for next six weeks at Mrs Gill’s, NNUAL Clearing Sale. Genuine reductions of all New Goods to half-price Era Gill’s. ff Dozen Trimmed Hats and Bonnets Olf from 3s lid to 21s—were 10a fid to At Mrs Gill’s. "TMOST value in Gash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano DepOt, George street. R. ft. Moss, manager. TEare Caslr Buyer? of Rabbitskins in any I quantity. Arthur M‘Donald and Co., d street. r\ i~V Japanese Fans at 3d each; 2,500 LM*"" Terracotta Figures, Is-worth Jacobs’s Gift Depfit. B3T Assortment of Waterproofs.—Every Coat sewn throughout; all sizes; 25s to Clothing Factory, Octagon. r ILLIAM INGRAM, Rattray street i wharf. Patterns Male and Brass ings done for the Public with despatch IFE Policies—Money advanced thereon; low interest, easy repayment. Henry jamin, Loan, Discount Society, Manse URBKA.—The Patent Ejector Cowl is a positive Cure for Smoky Chimneys; anteed, Asbury, Castle street. N Extended Dance will be held in Oddfellows’ flail, Rattray street, in connecwitii S. Simmond’s Quadrille Assembly, on ay, 14th, 1889. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman’s Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. HILBLAINS. Chilblains. Don’t forget that Marshall’s is the original (invented 1866) and best remedy known; Is. CURA Olava, Marshall’s is the only genuine. Be sure you get. Marshall, Princes and George streets. r ES, fine Premises To Let. Stock Clearing, almost any sacrifice; absolute sale; •ything greatly i EDUCED in Prices. Just see the Crumbs ) sweeping up, Great Sale, Little Dust . Step (SIDE if yon don’t see what you want. Everything at temptation prices during , Little Dust Pan. KNITTING Machines. The latest improved, and at Prices ranging from LlO upwards. Inspection invited. Melville, Octagon. SAFETF Bicycles, of the latest pattern, price Ll6los and upwards. At W, Melville’s, Octagon. DANCING,— Select Dancing held in Kensington Hall, Grosvenor street, on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ladies invited,
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