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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7977, 5 August 1889
SHAG POINT MINE. T ANTED, MINERS; steady woik for food coal-cutterg. Apply at once at the Mine. W. H. WILLIAMS, WANTED, Stonebreakere, at once. MrD. M'L*<liian. JWihiwaku. WAiVTKD To Kent or Purchase, Secondhand Theodolite in good order. Apply to J. B. Lindsay, Orepuki, Southland. 'ANTED Known—Brundtll and Ross, ,»' 103 George street, agentß for Thorps Patent Gas-burneis. Wid save 20 per cent. upwards in gay. . - •" ANTKU Known—Hot-water Apparatus / fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; estimates given Telephone 525. 7ANTKD Known- Hoofs Repaired, «moky ' Chimneys cured. Best workmanship guaranteed at a moderate cost. "VS7ANTED""kncwi'i—Win. MillH, Stafford W street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Adiuats Scales. Weights, and Measure*. WANTED Known—Ttiat Jjiii-neaiw, v-u culars. Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description aro executed at the Evening star %'jLACK SoaiiisT Tg7». for hitting; largt O prize-taker ISSG-b7-SS-89; 10s Od sitting. Roße, Hanover street. IK A.— Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and I Fochow Tea Company, 146 George rtreet. B. Washer, manager. ARZAPAN, Caramal Walnuts,. and French Confectionary at J. Romisona, 153 Georgo street. I AMMOND, Hanover rtiee&, «"'"«<»» »»"" L 5d tin: Pickles, 8d; Sauce, Jd bottlo, icco, 4d stick; realjyjwd. 1b bd U>._ fOFFEBris: Tea," Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d J lb ; Jam, 4d ; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, bd doz. Macfarlanr, Hanoverjtreet. Hosiery Manufic'uier. -Men's Knitted Sox, la: Boyt. and Girls' strong Knitted Hose from lljd. lEORGE SKARLtf.-Meu's Knitted Pants, T 4s 9d; Ladies' Knitted Hose, Is 9d; en's strong Shirts, Is 9.1; Boys' Shirts, Is od GEORGE StfAKLE, 113 Georgo street, near Hanover strcot, the oldest hosiery manufacturer in town. Ladies can have their own wool ki.itted. ADVERTISING Spaces, immediately opposite to principal entrance to Exhibition, To Let. Apply early to A. Tapper and Co., Jetty street, Dunedin. t>U>o LET. 3-ronmett uociajie \iuim= u ™; ... g Black's road. N.E. Valley; rent very moderate. Apply James M'Niel, Black s road, N.E. Valley. |0 LST, ti-ri.omea nouse, v ic» o».v U .. Apply M'Gill and_Thomsoii. hno'LET, Dairy Farm, about 42 acres, near 1 town ; Cattle may bo taken at valuitiou. innW TTnm?. Howison, and Nicol. I LET, Offices and Cellarage, Orawioru i_ street, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Lees. Apply Staic Office. OR SALE (immediately), Five-roomed and ' Six-roomed Cottages, top Argylc street, Mornington; terms, f. li. 80-vmar, &,o:n----ington. . (OR SALiC, First-class HewspapeiireL - perty ; large profits assured, lueld one • the most promising in the colony. Good reasons given for selling. One o the grandest chances to a moderate capitalist ever offered. Principals only dealt with. Address A.8., Office of this Paper. UR SALF, that desirable rropeny »«»»» as Brighton House, formerly occupied as otel, containing about 14 rooms, also public hall; Pituated at Brighton. For particulars, apply Hogg, Howiion, Nicol, and Co.; or on the premises. ___~_— Ti/IOR SALK, Second-hand Baker's Cart; £l also Second-hand Spring-carts. Mathews, coachbuilder, King street. FOR SALE, FRONTING Town Belt, superior FIVEKOOMBD VILLA (plastered), l£ feet ceilings; bath, pantry, washhouse, with every convenience; magnificent view; two minutes walk from Mornington Tram. Api>ly CARROLL'S STORE. Mornington. RUGS FOR SALE. D W A R D L. LEES, I High strew, Has a few very nice TASMANIAN RUGS For fcalo ch<.ap. Inspection Invited. TENBEB3 'ANTED, Tenders for Excavating in ' York place. J. A. Eurnside, architect, Rattray street. muNDERS required for FiUnig-up Section in 1 King street; 300, 400 yards. Lawrence, builder, Kmg street. . . [) CAHPENTE S.-Wanted, 'lenders ior a Removing and other work to a small Cottage in York place; also Tenders for' Excavating. J- A. BURN SIDE, Architect. ENDERS are invited till noon of Thursday, J. 15th inßt., for the Erection cf a Town Residence (wood) at Littlebourne. MASON AND WALES, Architects. TENDERS are invited for the Purchase of the Premises, Plant, Stock-in-trade, and Book Debts of MARTIN, WATSON and CO., LIMITED, either together or separately. 1 articulars and conditions of tender may bo learned on application to the Secretary. Tenders close on WEDNESDAY, the 7th AUGUST next. .. The .hightrt or any tender not nesossanly accepted. WITHERS, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. ANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte; beginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, Leith street (off St. Andrew street). SHORTHAND School, Athol place, open every evening the year round. Elementary and advanced classes ovory evening. Speed and reporting classes, from 50 to 150 words per minute, every evening. . fOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse) -Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of fheViolinTand Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the J ianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalißts provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street. MOHM. ONE? TO LJ.ND on approved Freehold SeourltioHi STOUT AND MONDY, Solicitors 123 Princes street, Dnnedla ONEY To Lend (LiW) up to IAOCO.' on Freehold Security, at ' per cent.} also, rent rates. Apply to Jas. Whyte, Rattray street, Dnnedra. ._. ivwjv PRRPBTUAL TRUSTEES, ESTAT K COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (Limitkd) has Money to Lend, on Freehold Security
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