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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7996, 27 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS DUNEDIN CITY TRAMWAYS. PENNY FARES. ALL CARS BETWEEN MONUMENT AND LEITH, ONE PENNY. Half-crown packet tickets of One Dozen now on Sale at a Dit count of One Shilling and Sixpence, enabling the holder to travel between BEAOH and TOWN OAVERSHAM and TOWN ST. CLAIR and CARGILL ROAD '•vrTH AND TOWN NORTU-r A - ST VALLEY and LEITH. 27th August, 1889. ON AND AFTER TO-DAY £JOBB AND OO.’S PALACE CASS Will Run on all Lines 12 THROUGH RIDES FOR SIXPENCE. Coupons obtainable on Every Car. Through Rides means Anywhere. GIVING UP BUSINESS. TO OOAOHBUILDBRS. SPECULATORS, AND OTHERS. For sale, the Wellington coach FACTORY and the GROUND adjoining. Frontage to Manners street, 72ft; froi.tage to Taranaki place, 90ft j depth, 102 ft. Ihe pos : - tion is unsurpassed for any kind of Business, and adjoins the Royal Oak Hotel. With substantial Two-storey Building, 60 x 30; alto, One Storey, 42 x 32, all leasehold. 'lhe greater poition has 35 years to run. Would s 'll to the Trade as a Doing Concern or to other Business Men as may be required. The above will be open For Sale for One Month only. For further particulars apply to Messrs T. K. M'DONaLD AND CO , Auctioneer*, DWARR BROS, Commission Agents, Or to M. BOHAN, Pmpretor. TENDERS are invited till noon of TUESDAY, 3rd September, f.,r the Fiction of a Cottage (brick and wood) for Mr Edward Buddy. MASON AND WALE Architects. TO CONTRACTORS. EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENDER?, THE Time for Receiving Tenders for the Erection of a Warehouse on the Reclaimed Land, Wellington, for Messrs Sargoo <, Son, and Ewen is Fxterded to Noon of MON DAY, the 9th SEPTEMBER, 1889. TULMAN AND POWER, Architects, Sydney. LEWIS H. DUVAL, Superintending Architect. 1880. SPRING NOVELTIES. SPRING NOVELTIES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. are now busy opening up their First Shipments of New Spring Goods ex direct steamers Arawa and Aorangi, comprising 165 cases of Choice General Drapery For SP tING 1889 For SPRING 1889 For SPRING 1889. Mr EWI' G, who is still superintending the Buying in the Home Markets, has displayed excellent taste and judgment in his various selections of seasonable Spring Goods. A leading feature of the Dress Trade this season will be the MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBE S, Each one different in style and material. Some of the Colorings are entirely novel and attractive. Large Checks are again in favor for Promenade Costumes. Ladies will be. pleased with our new Spring Dress Textures. Everything in touch with the times at BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS OF The upper waipori al- uvial GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, LIMITED. To be Registered under the provisions of “The Companies Act, 1882.” CAPITAL L 12.000 In 24,000 Shares of 10s each, Of which 10,000 Shares fully paid up are to be allotted to the Vendors of the I roperty. 14,000 are offered to the public on the following terms:-61 on application, 6J on allotment, and any other calls of a similar amount at intervals of not less than one month. It is not anticipated that more than 5s will be called up, when the Claim will be in full work. Provisional Directors : Mr Thomas Brown Mr James Hogg Mr Thomas Brydone Mr John Mitchell Mr James Hszlett Mr Riohard Pilling Mr John White, Bankers; National Bank of New Zealand. So: IOITOR8: Stewart and Holmes. Consulting Engineer: Robert Hay, M. Inst. O.E. Sboretart: A. Bartleman. Brokers i John Logan Thomas Grose J, 0. Arbuokle, Lawrence H. M, Thompson, Lawrence. i Company is to be formed for the purpose airing an Alluvial Claim of three hundred acres in extent, titrated on the Upper iri Flat. . L , a well-known fact that this Flat in the r days” proved ono of the rioh'-st goblin Otago, and it is estimated that upwards million pounds’ worth of gold was ohfrom it, but owing to the primitive ds of working employed a large ouantity i has been left in the ground that was turned over; and a large portion of the as been left untouched, owing to the wet ) of the ground proving an insurraountbstacle to the methods of working then yed, and even in the places worked tfco n was seldom properly cleaned up. presence of water, however, is really a y to working the ground by means of the t Ladder Dredge, which has been so sfully applied elsewhere, and which can died even more efficiently in the present Vendors some time ago obtained a prosg lease of twelve hundred (1, zOO) acre.:, -ter spending a considerable sum of money •spooling, took up, under tbe r rUht t f ion, the three hundred (300) ores n-.w 1 to the public as being the best ground e Flat, Of this three lumlml (300) about one-h ilf are still unworked nay be added that on the higher portion s Flat, which are free from water, several , are still at work, and giving good returns land labor only. . . , thor particulars arc given in ><:t Ha* a land the Statements of Miners appended 10 ' , . , . ~ i expenses of floating and rrgistcnng the any are to be borne by the Company. • contract for sale of the above special and the Memorandum and Articles of iation of the Company may be inspected • office of the Company’s solicitors.
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