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w GREEN Island.-Wantedl to Rent or Buy, House; not less than 6 rooms. Box 101, Dunedin. ’ANTED, Kursegirl, about 16; references required. Mrs Donald Reid, Milton. W" ANTED, for the North Island, a firstclass Cutter for order work; to a gen tieman of good address and q’alificatnon a liberal salary “ill be given. Apnly by letter, with !T!Lr.% 4..” Box 182. P. 0.. Dunedin^ ANTED Known—Branded and Ross, 168 George street, agents for Thorp s latent Gas-burners. Wid save 20 per cent. upwards in gas. —- VKTANTED Known—Hot-water Apparatus VV fitted up, Gas and Water lard on; estimates given. Telephone 525. —__ ANTED Known— Hoofs Repaired, Smoky Chimneys cured. Best workmansh.p guaranteed at a moderate cost. VfT^ANTED - Known—Wm. Mills, Stafford AY street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Adjusts Snalflß. Weights, and Measures. E A.—Best value in outta and Foochow Tea Company, 146 George street. B. Washer, manager. - *- ar/APAN Caramel Walnuts, and M French Confectionary at J. Romisons, 153 George street. AMMOND, Hanover street, sd tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle, Tobacco. 4d stick; Tea, really e ood. la 6d lb._ OFFBE, la! Tea. Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco. 4d; Hernngs. bd doz. Macfarlane, Hanover street.

90 IST. Furnished Room To Dot- Appiy M 1 Putts. hairdresser, near Peacock Hotel-1 rno LET! comfortable Six-roomed House; T bath, scullery. Mrs Dutch, at house, Dundas and Leith streets. 0 LET, Two Houses in Black’s road; every convenience, with gardens, etc,, teats Saal to ‘“.ate. Apply an premises: or James damson and Co. _ TO LET. a Seven and a Four-roomed House, and Sons, Bond street. _— win tPT 3 and 4-roomod Cottages, Oalton, T N.E. Valley; low rents. John Reid and Sons, Bond street .—-—- O LET. 1 Four-roomed House, Brook street ■ 1 Four roomed House and Bakehouse, Bishopscourt; every convenience; low tent. Apply F. Meenam _____ —- Tq'LET, 8-roomed House, with tethroorn and lavatory; hot and cold wat p » ' d and. Apply Thomson and Co,. Craw tom LET, Offices and Oall«*»e, street, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Lees. Adplt Stab Office.

TENDERS NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. CONCERT HALL (of wood). JAMES HISLOP. A «<iViifonr.

g*OB BALB. For SALE, Secondhand Baker’s Cart; ° also Second-hand Spring-carts. Mathews, coachboilder, Ring street. - THOR SALE, a Yacht, in good Jb everything complete; cheap. Apply W. Gruit, jun., Ravensbournc. OR PRIVATE SALE, |V Blacksmith’s Business in the Oaraaru Distiict as a going concern. Shop 4 Four-roomed Dwelling-house, and Garden. 8P Fcr d^t b ticrdara 3 ’ as to property and taking, appiyto R . A nD A. J. PARK, No. 1 Bond street. mnv TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND T AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED, Liverpool street, Dunsdin, have For Sale or To Let— Sections 16 and 17. Block IV.. Dunedm and East Taieri District, containing 236 Acres, close to Silverstream. . Section 10, Block VI., Dunedin and East Taien District, containing 110 Acres. Section 6, Township of Holyrood, Kaikora, containing 0a Ir 18.7p 5 also, Sections 93 and 94, containing each one Acre. Part Section 10. Block VI, Dunedm.-Vacant Section in Princes street south, next Queen s Section lefbiook XXXII Dunedin. Qaeen street north, containing J-aore; adm.rable site for gentleman’s residence. Section 5. Block 1.., St. John’s Wood, with Two Section 3 John’s Wood, with FourSeotion8 d s?,° 52 o ,' 53, 54, Carlton Extension, Opoho, with Five and Six-roomed Houses thereon. . __ TO LET. _ „ Paddock in Kaikorai, opposite Roslyn Woollen Mills, containing about 39 Acres. _ Those large and substantial Bremises m Orawfcrd street, facing Liverpool street, with large storage accommodation. Very suitable for a merchant’s office or an insurance office. PosivM, Sh(Mf« fto?'«nd Office* in Pi toot. J™' "!“> formerly occupied by British and New Zea land Mortgage and Agency Company.

PUBLIC NOTICES. Magazines and periodicals JUST BEOKIVED- t . Young ladies’ Journal (Juno number). London Journal (part 69), Sylvia s Journal• (May), Family Herald (April), Something to Bead (April), and new quarterly division Girls’ Own Paper; Boys’ Own Paper (Apnl), and quarterly divisions ; Illustrated London Novelette, now quarterly division; Illustrated Family Novelist? Myra’s Journal of Fashion (April), Westball’s Training Is 3d, posted la 6d. Agent for Melbourne ‘Leader, Age, and ‘lllustrated News and Musical Times (now increased by an additional eight pages entirely devoted to Music and ihe Drum. " U ?V her will contain an entirely NEW MUSICAL COMPOSITION). ALEXANDER SLIGO, Stationer, Bookbinder, News Agent, Bookseller, 42 George street, Dunedin. JOB PRINTING. THE EVENING STAR OFFICE Is now prepared to Execute PRINTING of every description, in first-class style, at moderat prices, and on very short notice. Having a Large 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 can rely upon their Orders, for large or small numbers, receiving prompt attention. Estimates given for large orders only T«rrO family should be without it, no remedy is more reliable, none more infallible than Wolfe’s Schnapps. WORDS FOR ONE SHILLING.— 1 t> The charge for Wanted* To Lets, For Sales, etc., etc., is Is for Sixteen Words Space Advertisements are charged at the rate of 4s per inch the first insertion, and ito per inch subsequent insertions. Standing Advertisements by

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889

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