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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8022, 26 September 1889
WANT3BD3. WANTED Known—Gavin Sandeman has enlarged his Saloon and added anotl i Chair: Patrons can rely on prompt attenti n, civility, and style. 129 George street. ANTEErTo Hire or Purchase, a good Showcase, about 6x3xß; suitable for the display of various-sized bottles of coffee essences. Apply, P*u«Wl particulars, to Symington and Co.. Box do, Post Office. W" AW TED, a small Fumishtd House in or near Dunedin. Address “ 0.G.,” Stab Office. WANTED Trade to Know —J. Henderson, Boot Upper Manufacturer, Removed 188 George street (opposite Robert Burns Hotel) j WANTED, a kind Person to Adopt a Baby Girl, six weeks old. Apply “ A.8., ’ Post Office, Oamaru. W~ ANTED Known—Lawn Mowers Repaired and Knives Sharpened; Stationers Machine Knives Ground; Keys Fitted to Locks. Schlaadt Bros , Great King street. „ WANTED Known—Brundell and Ross, 163 George street, agents for Therp a Patent Gas-burners. Wid save 20 per cent, upwards in gas. Telephone 525. HOT- WATER Apparatus fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; estimates given. ANTED Known-Roofs Repaired, Smoky Chimneys cured. Beat workmanship guaranteed at a moderate cost. W "ANTED Known—Win, Mills, Stafford street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Adjusts Scales, Weights, and Measures. BLACK Spanish Eggs, for sitting; largest prize-taker 1886-87-88-89; 10s 6d sitting. Rose, Hanover street. BA.—Beat value in Dunedin —Calcutta and Foochow Tea Company, 146 George street. B. Washer, manager. SOLE Manufacturer of Marzapan, French Nougat, and Italian Confections. J. Romioon, 153 George street. HAMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, 5d tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle; Tobacco, 4d stick ; Tea, really good, Is 6d lb. OFFEB, Is; Tea, Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, 6d doz. Macfarlane, Hanover street. MISSES THOMSON and Kelly have Resumed Private Dressmaking, R. Brown s, George street. A tiial solicited. Apprentices wanted. FOB SALE FARM For Sale (44 Acres) at Blueskin; house attached; cheap; easy terms. Pauli, 64 George street. FOR SALE, 250 Acres Land, Leith Valley, in lots from 20 acres upwards to suit purchasers, or arrangements can be made for leasing •n favorable terms to suitable tenants. J. and W, Gage, 10 Rattray street. jIOR IMMEDIATE SALE, i a thoroughgoing, successful BUSINESS ’ one of the best districts iu the South land. _ . Turnover, LII,OOO a year. Satisfactory asons given for selling. Full particulars on application to BING, HARRIS, AND CO.; or JAS. RATTRAY AND SON. STEAM BOILERS. FOR SALE, FIRST • CLASS STEAM BOILERS, 20 feet X 5 feet, with Galloway Tubes in each and Adamson’s Patent Expansion Flues, with Funnel and Funnel Plate; good maker, and nearly new. ANDERSON AND MORRISON J5 TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW jAND, LIMITED, Liverpool street, Dunhave For Sale or To Let — ms 16 and 17, Block IV.. Dunedin and t Taieri District, containing 236 Acres, e to Silverstream. . m 10, Block VI., Dunedin and East Taion trict, containing 110 Acres, m 6, Township of Holyrood, Kaikoral, taining 0a Ir 18.7p; also, ms 93 and 94, containing each one Acre. Section 10, Block VI., Dunedin.—Vacant tion in Princes street south, next Queen s n« Hotel. „ _ m 16, block XXXII, Dunedin, Queen jet north, containing J-acre; admirable i for gentleman’s residence, m 5, Block 1., St. John’s Wood, with Two >ps and Dwellings. ... _ jn 6, block 1., St, John’s Wood, with Fourmed House. ins 51, 52, 53. 54, Carlton Extension, oho, with Five and Six-roomed Houses TO LET. k in Kaikorai, opposite Roslyn Woollen containing about 39 Acres, arge and substantial Premises in Crawjtreet, facing Liverpool street, with large ge accommodation. Very suitable for a hant’s office or an insurance office. Posivery prominent. , in Liverpool street, specially adapted for Itonand Offices in Princes street south, srly occupied by British and New ZeaMortgage and Agency Company. Also, arge WOOL and GRAIN STORE in nth Princes street, at present occupied Messrs Reid, Maclean, and Co. Entry Ist November next. The store has every ivenience, including a railway siding. VO LET. )B.—To Let, comfortably-furnished ir - roomed Cottage, with scullery, rine and Stephenson, grocer, George r, 5-roomed Brick House at Mussel;h, overlooking the Flat, Oakden IT Carey Cottage (seven-roomed e), close to bridge, Forth street; jwer bath, garden, ;, the George Hotel, Port Chalmers, iy to D. Douglas Macdonald, solicitor, reet; or to A. Kirby, on the fproT, Advertising Spaces, corner of ces and Manor streets; principal o Exhibition. Apply to F. W. lamrook Hotel, or O. Downham (late Ixpress), Jones street, Dnnedin. TENDERS ,8 are invited for Alterations and ions to a Cottage at St. Clair. T. , architect. ,S Invited till noon of Saturday, Jth inst., for Carpenter work and oecourse Hotel. OAKDEN AND BBGG IBNDBRB are invited till noon of FRIDAY, the 27th inst., for the Erection a RESIDENCE (of wood) in High street, JAMBS BISHOP. Architect. JNDERS are invited till noon on MONDAY, 30th inst., for the Erection of the MTTOUBE (wood) for Mr John Kirkland, Taieri; labor and material, or labor only. MASON AND WALES, Architects. HSRS will be received at my Office up noon of Tuesday, Ist October, for the , of the Mortgage Assets of The ImpeIdine and Investment Society. Conf sale and list of the securities offered IBpeCted WILL£ e BROWN. Liquidator, -iftl Building and Investment Society.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8022, 26 September 1889
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