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WANTEDS. THE EUREKA QUARTZ MINING CO PANY OF NENTHORN. LIMITED. APPLICATIONS for the Position of MIN MANAGER will be received by th Undersigned up till 30th September. Applications must be accompanied by test monfta, and preference will probably be gn e tc one who could also take charge of Battery. WALTER HISLOP, Box 97, P. 0., Dunedin. WANTED, Improvers, for Iron-mouldm Shop, at A. and T. Burt's. WANTED, small Refrigerator; new o second-hand. State price and pirticu lars to F. Sullivan, 6 Stafford street. ANTED Known—tan Mowers Repairet , J and Knivps Sharpened ; Stationerh Machine Knives Ground; Keys Fitted to Lookfl, Schlaadt Bros , Great King street. _ W" ANTED Known-Bruudell and.Rom IC3 George street, agents for Therp Patent Gas-burners. Wul aavo 20 per cent upwards in gaß. _ ANTED Knowr^-Hot-water Appnratu VV fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; esti mates given. Telephone 525. r ANTED Known-Roofs Repaired, fmok; r /chimneys cured. Best workmanshii guaranteed at a moderate coat. Knowu-Win. Mills, Staffer V street, Gunmaker and Locksmitt M- r °tu «»!■«■ Weights, and Measures. .ICK Spanish Eggs, for sitting; large »., prize-taker 1886-87-88-89; 10s 0d sitt.n; Rose. Hanover street. , . ,BA.-Beßt value in Dunedin-Calcutta an T Foochow Tea Company, 146 Georg. Ktreet. B. Washer, manager. OL K Manufacturer of Marzapan, trend Nougat, and Italian Confections. .) Romioon, 153 _ HAMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam 5d tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle •h..l aa a+.;„V ? Tea. really Rood, 1b od id. >IOFFEE, la ; Tea. Is 2d ; Baking Soda, I ±j lb ; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, 6 doz. Btreet. ISSESTHOMSON and Kelly have Re sumed Private Dressmaking, R. Brown b George street. A trial solicited. Apprentice »anted. - TO fiBX TO LET. Offices in Standard Insurance Company's building; also Warehouse and Office lately occupied by Mr Maurice Joel. Thomas R. Fisher, Standard Insurance Comply to Perpetual Trustees 00. O LET, Advertising Spaces, corner o ' Princes and Manor btreeta; pnncipa ranee to Exhibition. Apply to F. w. Snellen. Shamrock Hotel, or C. Downham (late Express),jo_nj£Btree_t,_p^nedm__ nno"LET, Offices "and Cellarage, Crawford J. Btreet, presently occupied by Mr W. ILees. Apply Stab Office. tfOiS iiAAiil ANGK (Shacklock'B No. 3) For Sale jL«j second-hand, in good order. Appli Southern Hotel. Princes Btreet south. -TTIARM For Sale (44 Acreß) at Blueskiu X? house attached; cheap; easy terms. Pauli, 54 George Btreet. FOR SALE, 250 Acres, Leith Valley, in lots from 20 acres upwards to tuit purchasers, or arrangements can be made for leasing on favorable terms to suitable ttnants. J. and W. Gage, 10 Rattray street. T _ HE~TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, Liverpool street, Dunedin, have For Sale or To LetSections 16 and 17, Block IV.. Dunedin and East Taieri District, containing 236 Acres, clone to Silverstream. . . Section 10, Block VI., Dunedin and East Taieri District, containing 110 Acres. Section 6, Township of Holyrood, Kaikorai, containing 0a lr 18.7p; also, Sections 93 and 94, containing each one Acre. Part Section 10. Block VI, Dunedin.—Vacant Section in Princes street south, next Queen & Arms Hotel. ~ _ Section 16, block XXXII, Dunedin, Queen street north, containing Jacre; admirable t.ite for gentleman's residence. Section 5, Block 1., St. John's Wood, with Two Shops and Dwellings. Section 6, block 1., St. John's Wood, with Fourroomed House. Sections 51, 52, 53, 54, Carlton Extension, Opoho, with Five and Six-roomed Houses thereor.. TO LET. Paddock in Kaikorai. opposite Roslyn Woollen Millf, containing about 39 Acres. Those large and substantial Premises in Crawford street, facing Liverpool street, with large storage accommodation. Very Buyable for a merchant's office or an insurance office. Position very prominent. , ~ Offices in Liverpool street, specially adapted for law offices. . ~ Large Store and Offices in Princes street south, formerly occupied by British and New Zealand Mortgage and Agency Company. TENDERS ENDERS are invited till noon o j FRIDAY, the 27th inst, for the Kroctioi ,f » 64 ' Architeot. EDUCATIONAL. WANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte; be ginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor t .il _jJL.i. tr.a St. Andrpw street). »t the above addreßß. Bands Bupphed to: Theatrical Performances, Concerts arrange'' aad Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Pi ?iea attended. Private address: The Laurels Albany street. . BANJO AND GUITAR. MR ALFRED G. BAKER receive; Pupil; at his Rooms. " Dacmar College, -- - -lace (next Choral Hall), on the Five i Seven String Banjo a~ aecorapaniment taught in ft few lessons. Hour of attendance : 10 to 12 a.m., 2t04 pm. Even ing Classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Frida; N?ghta from 7to 10. Olam for Ladies starting iddxesßlettera: A.G.BAKER, Forth street near Bridge. UNEDIN School of Art, Moray place. _ Evening Classes, Mondays «d Wcdatdayi, for the study of Freehand and Mod, Drawing. Drawing and Tainting from th ftntiauef Painting in monochrome, Modelling i clav etc. Tuesdays and Thutßdays: Practic; Plane and Solid Geometry; Mechanical at. * .111 *? n JI TWin*. Fridays : Drawing. Painting from the livii to 9. Fee, 10s 6d. Art Master. MB J. T I M S O i (Organist of First Church, 12 year, experience) is prepared to receive Pupils ft Korte Organf and Singing. Olasses, ft Singing formed to consist of not less tha Terms to Two or Three of on Family, . ,__ „ i_ e. Mr Timßon C. Martin torfe (organist of Edinburgh Cathedral). 1 * Address: LOWER OARGILL STREET 2nd house below Victoria street), Duned.i

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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