\ T*or>Hr\l Bespoke Cutter 1 3-°° ', or " r fo f.4»? ".'Dunedin. management, -artoi, *• a good vA>at ll:iiiO. ""apply =TaNTED, a BaUer; temperate habit* , / Also a Housekeeper tor the country, AmriV R. Wilson and Co. A.NTKO Kuown-S. f.iavKs, immuii,iku - T y now carrying on Business at !;>/ Gcurg street (uppohitetA Bi|l-i «)•_ r AN^K f >, Giil » bi ' ut al ' as IN:u, ''"'° -i l ' ul tl: V Assist in Housework. Apply ursG. O. Kettle. Union street , / and Kuivs STiwrpetiH}.; S.a. o. u. Machine Knives Ground; Key a I itxd to L.cc.w Schkadc Bros ___ "a?ANTKD Kuowu-Uruudell aud t.'«; '\ 103 George street. ag^tsfor i-W Patent Wi.l bv, iJ per "iv. upwards in gas. ■ 'v'VTANTKiJ KnownVi fitted up, Gas and Watir law on; >.». mates given Telephone 525. "rr^'A-VTiTDKnown-"-Hoofs Repaired, -.•mo!;) X\ A Chimney» cured. Best workman*!.,. guaranteed at a VV street, Ouuwialter and LooUsJOil... Adiusts Scales, B L^.£t3o^3^rio,sd^, Vose. Uanover street. miJA.-Best value in uuueurn— v.-..--••-_ - '1 Fo';chow Tea Company, 140 Gto.j.o B. Washer, manager. JKomioon, 153 Georga street. UTS AMMOND, Hr.novcr street, for best Jam flod tin; Tickles, Bd;Bauc«, «d bottle 7VoFFE*f Is; Tea, Is 2d ; taking Soda, id C lbi: Jam,4d: Tobacco 4d; Herrings. Od rloz. Macfarlane, Hanoyerjtreet L _ T- : TFO"rtGEI3KAKL'''. Hosiery Manufacturer. Knitted Sox, Is; Boys' and Girls' strong Knitted Hm from ll^d. __ . J-* EORGE SrUKl^.-Men's Knitted It 4s l)d- Ladies' Knitted Hose, Is .M , J ', * /w,*., 1.,<J.1- Hoys' Shirts, Is .'id. Men a strong blr.its, is , i.>vj*_> rs EORGE S£AY.LE,"II3 George street, near (t Hanover street, the oldest hosiery manufacturerTtw. Ladies can have their own wool kuitted. Binned Private Dressmaking, 1- Brovn ■>•, Ge'orge street. A trial solicited. Apprentices wanted. LET, G-roomed House. Apply J. ' B '" M 'George. Mriitlaud street. VlvertWng Spaces, corner o and Manor streets; pn^irtU •mtrance to exhibition. Apply to 1«. W. Snellen Shamrock Hotel, or C. Downham (late CharS'- ***««>. JoneS !itreet ' -P^ d'Vstreet. —- » Btreet, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Le"ea. Apply STAB Office. j!AMI IV hale actw, »•""*;■■""■• J house attached; cheap; easy tcims. Pau'i, 54 George street. SALU, Oheap-Lar S e o-roUer L.ev« ?i-> Mangle. RWing Habit, Colonial Oven. vLJ,J Kettles, Boilers, Fenders Iren Wauzsr Machine, Spurs, l.oiing -olb of all kinds, Caws iture. Gum Boots, Macintoshes,, •ea-jackets (lis). s-i'ONE, Dealer <K P Tt Allan's, srocer, King street). TENDERS Wanted, Additions to Cottago ; dose, 14th inst,, 030 p.m. Ptans with Cuttle, general dealer, Sou hj Dunedm. Lo*flst or any tender not necc^ar.ly^evted^ I for Erecting a Dwelling-house in vorK plaC °' J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect^ ,»IENDEKSare invited till noon of Friday, I the 20th inst., for the Erection of a Residence (of wood, two storeys) in BelliKnOWCB ' JAMES ffISLOP. Dowling street. Architcict ' . AS MAINS. OK DDNEDIN SUBUttISAW A GAS CO.. La, ir.vite Tenders for B.v civationa for Gas Mains in Selkirk street and L«debo"urn" road, Ko:4,n. to be seen at the Cavewham Gas Works. Tenders close SATURDAY, 14th, at Neon. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ncceptc.;. T „„ T , |n/ . n(jer an(l Managtr. 1 to noon of Tuesday, Jrt uctooer, !■• . B rurchaso of the Mortgage Assets of Ihe lin -c----rial Building and Investment Society. Unditions of sale and list of the securities offered canbein^coteda^ffl*^^ Liquidator, Imperial BuildiEg^r^n^unen^Scciety._ T~~¥NDERS - will be received in the Town Clerk's Oflico until 5 oelock p.m. on Wednesday, 13th September, For Supplying and Delivering teven Hundred (700) Cubic Yard, of BlueEtonc Metal. Specification ma? bo seen in tho City Surveyor's Office. ADAM GlßaoNi Town Clerk. Lunedin, 12th September, 1889. EDUCATIONAL. i Pupils for the Pianoforte ; beginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, \ (above the Dresden Pianoforte Vareat * erformances, Concerto arranged, ™a nrovided. Balls and Evening ParSTSSTW»te addresa: The Laurel., Albany street. . BANJO AMD GUITAR.. MR ALFRED G. BAKER receives Pupils at hia Rooms. "Dagmar College, Moray Place (next Choral Hall), on the live, Six and t even Stiing Banjo and Guitar smpro,cd method). How to play your own taught in a few lensonH. T of attendance: 10 to 12 a.m., 2to 4 pm. 1 inz Classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Friddy Nißhta from 7to 10. Clasi for Ladies starting. Sesa letted 1. G. BAKER, Forth street! near Bridge ..-ONE'S" TO L; .*•& oa apl'Jovsd Fvoohjl ■;s Sdcurltioii, '•TOU2 AND VIOKDY, SollaltoM 12?< Pi'ltioes atreot, Bunerll.'s, •o Lead (Ll«» np to L3.0C0) on 'W 3 TTreohold Security, a* T per eont. 5 also, J " i <?™7toLond on Bills of Sale at oar several Sum 3to AiSHU uu XfThvtn V,sk<-<rav .r.ni ratss. Apply to Ja *> W n F te ' K ™<xeij rtrpnt, Dunedln. ___— • T b AOT AGWOT COMPANY OF ZEALAND (LtMiTKn) has Money to Lend, o V r „„hold Security. HigLQPi
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