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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7998, 29 August 1889
F0& SALS. AMES SAMSON AND CO. have For Sale v or To Let, several good Dwelling-houses, situated in the North-east Valley. FARM For gale (44 Acres) at Blueskm; house attached; cheap; easy terms. Pauli, 51 George street. JJ 3.j Acres of Land, 5-roomed Verandah House and Out-buildings. Apply Manager I Milk Supply Co., King street, Dunedin. FOR SALE, Grocery Business; good locality, steadily increasing trade, satisfactory reasons given for selling out. Mrs Win. Taylor, Leith street (off St. Andrew street). FOR Privato S>lo, Six-roomed House and Quarter-acre (nearly) of Land in Nevada; every convenience. Apply A. A, Finch, solicitor, Dunedin. 10R SALIC, 335-Acro Freehold Farm ; 2M acres arc laid down in English glasses ; securely fenced and subdivided into seven paddocks; has a frontago of 1. mile and a-half to the Waipahi River. A splendid investment 5 terms easy. Full particulars JAMkS SAMSON AND CO., Auctioneerp, Dunedin. B -DOT AND SHOE TRADE. lOR SALE.—The Htock, Fittings, and Goodwill of a First-class Retail Boot Shop doing »large trade in the leading thoroughfaro of Dunedin. Principals only dealt with. Address, in first place, "LEATHER," Star Office. GIVING UP BUSINESS. TO COAOHBUILDERS. SPECULATORS, AND OTHERS. OR SALE, the WELLINGTON COACH FACTORY and the GROUND adjoining. Frontage to Manners 3treet, 72ft; frontage to Taranaki place, 90ft; deptb, 102 ft. The position is unsurpassed for any kind of BusineaH, and adjoins the Royal Oak Hotel. With substantial Two-storey Building, GO x SO; also, One Storey, 42 x 32, all leasehold. The greater portion has 35 yearn to run. Would sail to tho Trade as a Going Concern or to other Business Men as may be required. The above will bo open For Sale for Oco Month only. For further particulars apply to Messrs T. K. M'DONALD AND CO , Auctioneers, DWARR BROS, Commission Agents, Or to M. BOHAN, Proprietor. HHS TRUSTEES, EXKCUTORS, AND I AGENOY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, Liverpjol ttreet, Dunedin, have For Sale or To LetSections If) and 17, Block IV., Dunedin and Fast Taimi District, containing 236 Acres, close to Bilve/stream. Section 10, Block VI., Dunedin and Ea3tTaieri District, containing 110 Acres. Section (5, Township of Holyrood, Kaikorai, containing 0a lr 18.7p; also, Seciiona 93 and 91, containing each one Acre. Part Sect on 10, Block VI, Dunedin.—Vacant Section in Princes street south, next Queen'fe Arm-i Hotel. Section 111, block XXXII, Dunedin, Queen street north, containing J-acre; admirable site for gentleman'* residence. Sectiou 5, Block 1., St. John's Wood, with Two Shops and Dwelling*. Section 6, block 1., St. John's Wood, with Fourroomed House. Sections 51, 52, 53, 54, Carlton Extension, Opoho, with Fivo and Six-roomed Houses thereor.. TO LET. Paddock in Kaikorai, opposite Roslyn Woollen Millf, containing about 39 Acres. Those large and substantial Premises in Craw- j ford street, facing Liverpool ttreet, with largo storage accommodation. Very suitable for a | merchant's office or an insurance office. Position very prominent. Offices in Liverpool street, specially adapted for law offices. Large Store and OfCceß in Princes street south, formerly occupied by B:itish and New Zealand Mortgage and Agency Company. PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS 01'' —IHE UPPFR WAIPORI ALT.UVIAL GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, LIMITED. To bo 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 ore to be allotted to tho Vendors of tho Property. 14,000 are offered to the public on the following terms :-6J ou application, Od on allotment, and any other calls of a similar amount at intervals of not leß3 than one month. His not anticipated that more than 5a will be called up, when the Claim will be in full work. Provisional Dirkcloks : Mr Thomas Brown Mr James Hogg JV'r Thomas Brydone Mr John Mitchell Mr James Hazlett Mr Richard Pilling Mr John White. BANKERS: National Bank of New Zealand. SoMcrroit.B: Stewart and Holmes. Consulting Engineer : Robert Hay, M. Inst. C.E. SECBKTARY : A. Barfclemau. Brokers : John Logan '.! nomas Grose J. C. Arbuckle, Lawrence U. M. Thompson, Lawrence. This Company is to be formed for the purpose of acquiring an Alluvial Claim of throe hundred (300) acrei in extent, titrated on the Upper Waipori Flat. It is a well-known fact tint this Flat in the " early days" proved one of the richest goldfields in Otago, and it is estimated that upwards of one million pounds'worth cf gold was obtained from it, but owing to the primitive methods of working employed a largo quantity of gold lws been left in tho ground that was then turned over; and a large portion of the Flat has been left untouched, owing to the wet nature of the ground proving an insurmountable obstacle to the methods of working then employed, and even in the places worked the bottom was seldom properly cleaned up. The presence of water, however, is really a facility to working the ground by means of the Bucket Ladder Dredgo, which has been so successfully applied ekewhere, and whioh can be applied even more efficiently in the present ca'e. Tho Vendors some time ago obtained a prospering lease of twelve hundred (1,200) acres, and after spendinor a considerable sum of money in prospecting, took up, under their right of selection, the three hundred (300) acres now offerrd to the public as being the best ground on the Flat. Of this three lundred (300) aores about onc-htlf are still unworked. It may be added that on the higher portion* of the Flat, which are free from water, several claims are still at work, and giving good returns with hand labor only. Further particulars are given in Mr Hays Report and the Statements of Miners appended thereto. The expenses of floating and registering the Company are to be borne by the Company. The contract for sale of the above special claim and the Memorandum and Articles of Association of tho Company may be inspected at the office of the Company's solicitors. ' AUNDRY Work well and cheaply done, J and pnnctaally returned in all weathers. Lace Curtains a specialty, Mrs Clark's Laundry, North-east Valloy. Entablinrierl 1875. L STHMA Cigarettes.— las. Complete Cure,
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