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WAFIEB3. w W A S ED Ap?"B d ’j“ S. B “w£S Anderson’s Bay. ANTED by young Person, Situation as A Companion, or Governess to Young Children ; musical; used to needle. Address “ Nell,” Stab OfficeANTED, a Pupil for Architect’s Office ; premium repaired. P.O. Box 344. _ WANTh D, a Children’s Nurse and Needlewoman, for the country ; must be experienced. Apply before 12 B.m. to Mrs Bathgate, I- cidpath, The Glen. . ANTED, respectable, motherly Person (35 or 19) as Worlring Housekeeper ; healthy, comfortable Home. “ Widower, (•tab OfficeW' anted Known For Sale, one of Green’s large Sausage Machines, very cheap. Apply Schlaadt Bros., King ANTED Known—Lawn Mowers Repaired W and Knives Sharpened; Stationers Machine Knives Ground; Keys 1 itted to Locks. Schhiadt Bros , Great King street. -s % r ANTED Known— Brundell and Ross, \\ 163 George street, agents for Tharps Patent Gas-burners. Wid save 20 per cent, upwards in gas. •Hot-water Apparatus dW mates given Telephone 525. ■4 ‘A ’ ANTED Known — Vt fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; estiTASTED Known-Roofs Repaired, smoky Chimneys cured. Best workmanship guaranteed at a moderate cost. ______ VS7"ANTED Known—Win. Mills, Stafford W street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Adjusts Scales. Weights, and Measures. Rose, Hanover street. IE A.—Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and J Foochow Tea Company, 146 George street. B. Washer, manager. and M‘ ARZAPAN, Caramel Walnuts, , French Confectionary at J. Romison s, 153 George street. H" AMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam. sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, M bottle, Pobacco, 4d stickj Tea, really good. Is 6d lb. C“ OPFEE, Is ; Tea, Is 2d ; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, bd loz. Macfarlane, Hanover street. W LEI. DVERTI3ING Spaces, immediately oppaL site to principal entrance to Exhibition, Let. App y early to A. Tapper and Co., ty street, Dunedin. 0 LET, a Five-roomed Verandah Cottage. A pply D. SrnHh, Clyde street north. rO LET, now 5 roomed Cottage, top Dowling street steps; also, various Houses, lunedin, Mornington, Anderson a Bay, nml forth-cut Valley. John Reid and Sons, Bond ;reet. - Iyr\ LET. Four-roomed Cottage in Arthur street; rent, 8s per week. Apply oshua Eccles, grocer, Arthur street rO LET, Offices and Cellarage. Craw street, presently occupied by Mr W. Apply Stab Office. Crawford L. tendbes NDERS are invited till noon on MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, for the Freef a Dwelling-house, Main road, Hillside. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect, Vogel street. CITY WEIGHBRIDGES TO LET. RNDERS will he received at the Town Clerk’s Office up to 5 o’clock p.m. on DNESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER, 1889, for Following, separately 1. For the Lease for the year ending 30th September. 1890, of the Stuart street Weiahbridge, subject to the special condition that the charge for weighing goods or merchandise sha l not exceed 31 per load, the tenant to retain all such fees and charges. 2. For the Lease, subject to a dition, for the year ending 30th eptember, 1890, of the City VV eighbndge at the Southern Market Reserve. he rents to be payable in two equal half•ly instalments, m advance, the first ot jh instalments must accompany any tender ed; the remaining instalment to fall due on April, 1850. aerifications at the City Surveyors Office, he highest or any tender not necessauly pted ' ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. unedin, 20th August, 1889. fOB BALIL S SAMSON AND CO. have For Sale To Let, several good Dwelling-houses, in the Korth-eastYalley. rFor Sale (44 Acres) at Blueskin; mso attached; cheap; easy terms. [ George street. ; BALE, at Warrington, near the station, ;i Acres of Land, 5-roomod Verandah and Out-buildings. Apply Manager ipplv Co.. King street, Dunedin. • SALE, Grocery Business; good locality, iteadily increasing trade, satisfactory given for selling out. Mrs Win. Taylor, itrect (off St. Andrew street). j, Private S-10, Six-roomed House and >uarter-aere (neatly) of Land m Nevada; convenience. Apply A. A. Finch, r, I 'unedin. I SALE, 335-Acre Freehold Farm ; 250 lores arc laid down in English grasses ; urely fenced and subdivided into seven ks; has a frontage of 1 mile and a-half Waipahi River. A splendid investment. jasy. Full paitculars JAMES SAMSON AND CO., Auctioneers, Dunedin. I SALE, Cheap—Large 3-rollor Lever dangle, Riding Habit, Colonial Ovens, avd, Kettles, Boilers, Fenders, Iron ids, Wanzer Machine, Spurs, Boring ,e. Tools of all kinds, Tents, Cages, Furniture, Gum Boots, Macintoshes, best New Pea-jackets (11b). STONE, Dealer Next Allan’s, grocer, King street). 5 TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW AND, LIMITED, Liverpool street, Dunave For Sale or To Let—- « 16 and 17, Block IV.. Dunedin and Taieri District, containing 236 Acres, to Silverstream. . 1 10, Block VI.. Dunedin and EastTnion dot,’containing 110 Acres. 1 6, Township of Holyrood, Kaikorai, lining 0a Ir 18.7p; also, is 93 aud 94, containing each one Acre, sot on 10. Block VI, Dnnedm.-Vacant ion in Princes street south, next Queen a s Hotel. _ „ 1 16, block XXXII, Dunedin, Queen >t north, containing J-ocre; admirable tor gentleman’s residence. 1 5, Block X., St. John’s Wood, with Two 53 and Dwellings. hj 6, block 1., St. John’s Wood, with Fouried House. „ , . as 51, 52, 53, 54, Carlton Extension, ho, with Five and Six-roomed Houses 60r “ TO LET. ck in Kaikorai, opposite Roslyn Woollen 3, containing about 39 Acres. i ar ~0 an d substantial Promises in Crawstreet, facing Liverpool street, with large age accommodation. Very suitable for a jhant’s office or an insurance office. Posxspecially adapted for Cand Offices In Princes street south, inly occupied by British and New Zea--1 Mortgage and Agency Company.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7996, 27 August 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7996, 27 August 1889

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