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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Clothing New, stylish, • durable, cheap: most complete stock; Suits, 5s to 40a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. RESIDENTS of Anderson's Bay.—Look i out for a Treat on Tuesday next. Mohican JrlinHtrels, Garrison Hall. TENDERS Invited from CarteM for Filtini.in Mr Watson's Rlark-niith Mop, Princes street south. Geo. B. HalL rriliNr»KKKaveTn\.trd till uo.m on the 26th ill inst. for ADJUTIONK t'.. Mr W. L. Philp'K Hotel, Katuay street. J. A. BURN-IDE, Architect. rpKNDKRS are invited till noon on MONfl. DAY, SOcb iust., for the Erection of the FARMHOUSE (wood) for Mr John Kirkland, East Taien ; labor and material, or labor only. MASON AND WALES, Architects. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. RENDERS are invited till noon of WEDNESDAY, 25th inst., for Supplying and Fittingup Lavatories, etc., at the Exhibition Buildings. JAMES HISLOP, Architect. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION COMPANY. TO PAINTERS. TENDERS are invited till 10 a in. on MONDAY, the 23rd INST., for Tainting and Decorating the Grand Pacific Hotel, St. Kilda. JAMES HISLOP, Architect. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. TO PLASTERERS. IKNDERS are invited till 4 p m. on MONDAY, the'Jord iiiht., Uv PLASTERING WORK required at the Grand Pacifio Hotel, St. Kilda. JAME3 HISLOP, Architect. PROVIDORING THE LAKE WAKATIPU S.S. COMPANY'S SVEAMERS. LENDERS are invited up to 8 p.m. on Saturday, sth October, for ProvidortDg the Steamers of the Lake Wakatipu S.S. Coy., Ltd., Queenstown. Particulars to be seen at the Office of the N.Z. Express Coy., Manse street. Du»edia. #. T. WING, Manager. DEAF FORTY YEARS. THE description of a simple remedy, by which a complete cure of deafneaßandnoises in the heart of 40 years' standing baa just been effected, will bo sent free to anyone who applies to J. H. Nicholson, 175 Wiiliwn street, Melbourne, lOR IMMEDIATE SALE, j} a thoroughgoing, successful BUSINESS in one of the best districts in the South Island. Turnover, LII.OOO a year. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Full particulars on application to KING, HARMS, AND CO.; or i A9. RATTRAY AND SON. T'EI.SO FISHING TACKLE (ex Rimu- \. taka).— New Floating May Flies, Lake Flie?, Floating Flies, New Salmon and Trout Gut, Casting and Trace Linen, Double, Treble, and Single Gut Lines, American Enamelled Silk Line', Reels, Gaffe, Nets, Rods, Wading Stockings, etc. W. BRBMKR, Corner of George and Frederick streets. EDUCATIONAL ■RB HARRY PRICE, Teacher of Pianoforte; thorough grounding. Terms moderate. Clyde aveuuo, St. David street. GOVERNMENT HOTXOEB. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ,N MONDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, the 1 Trains usually leaving Dunedin for Port Chalmers and Mosgiel at 10 p.m. will not leave until 10.15 p.m. Bv order. ■ AND DISTRICT OF OTAGO. NOTICE. RURAL LANDS open For Sale for Cash, or for Selection on Deferred Payments or Perpetual Lease, at the option of the applicant. The following section* will bo open fjt selection as above on and after WEDNESDAY, 9th October, 1889 :- RANKLEBURN DISTRICT.-Section 1, Block XII., 320 2r 32p; cash price, LI per aero; bubjpot to valuation for improvements, L 483105. MOfcRAKI DlHTß<Cl\—Sections 11, 12, and 13, Block XIIX., containing from 312 acres to 383 acres each ; cash price, 10.4 per acre. Applications to be made to the Commissioner of Crown Land?, Dunedin. No applications will be received from selectors who are in arrear with the payments on their present holdings. Further particulars on application at this Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 17th September, 1889. v. jy§# r. 'ILLAGE SETTLEMENT LAND. Open for SELECTION FOR CASH, or on DEFERRED PAYMENTS, or PEKPETUAL LEASE, at the option of tho Applicant. APPLICATIONS will bo received at the Grown Lands Office Lunediu, on WEDNESDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, 1889, For Sections in Blocks IV. and VJIL, Glenkenich District, Heriot Township, and Block 11., Maerewhonua District, containing from 2 to 47 acres each, at cash prices varying from LI 103 to L 3 per acre. No person shall be allowed to select more than one section. If more than one application is received for the same Bection on the same day, priority of choice will be decided by lot on the day fo/lowinjr. For plans and further particulars apply to this Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 27th August, 1889. ELECTION NOTICES. Dunedin, September, 1889. TO JOHN ROBERTS, Esq., J.P. NIR, We, the Undersigned Burgesseß of Dunedin, respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be NOMINATED for the Position of MAYOR of the City for the ensuing Term ot Office, 1889-90, and should you consent to do bo we pledge ourselves to use oar best efforts to secure your return. W. Dawson J. B. Thomson R. H. Leary C. S. Reeves Mark Sinclair K. Ramsay Jameß Cramond Jas, Allen, M.H.R. A. Solomon Fred Fitchett, LL.D. C. Haynes and M.H.R. H. F. Hardy Alex. Cairns M. Cohen Wm. Woodland Wm. Swan Jno. Hislop, LL.D. A. C. Kimbell Jas. Robin A. Lee Smith G. Eliot Eliott Ben. Bagley R. K. Murray J. Matthews G. O. Matheaon Thos, Johnston W. Owen Simon M'Donald Robert Stout George Elson Alex. Sligo B. Hallenstein Jas. Beadle D. Heenan G. P. Farquhar Millen Ooughtrey Sew Hoy J, B. Oallan K. Wilson P. Fredric E. E. O. Quick Jas. T. Maokerras Jos. Braithwaite Colman Eurke R. Phelan T. S. Graham Francis Meenan. Jas. Pettigrew Alex, Burt J. B. Hutchinson G. M'Lean G. G. Rußsell W. H. Reynolds. And 828 others. GENTLEMEN,—I gladly accept your invitation to allow myself to be Nominated for the Position of Mayor of the City for the ensuing year. Should the Citizenß do me the honor of electing me, I Bhall do my utmost to fufil the duties of the Civic Chair in a becoming manner. Thanking you for the kindly offer of your snpport, I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, JOHN ROBERTS. Dunedin, 18th September, 1889.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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