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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "H^TEW;, .ZEAL AND and South Seas ExhibiJ3I, tion.—Persona, engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, fid —at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. , M ISS SCOULLAK’a (corner of YoiX place and Arthur street) Cutting and Fitting Oiastes. Dressmaking thoroughly taught. FUNERALS supplied at very Reasonable Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. KATE Wheels, Is a Set. W, H. Davies, wood-turner, Great King street. Hilliard balls re-turned. DON’T Make a Mistake.—For 6 Months Only. - Morgan and Co. will do Asphalting from Is per yard, finished complete. Concrete Work, Plastering, Draining, and Paving done. Send for an estimate. Morgan and Co,, Asphalt Works, St. Andrew street. to £SOO Advanc-d on Goods For hale; JL Furniture for Private Sale. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. TD. MOOKFORD (successor to late Hector • Mockford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker street. Orders punctually attended to. TE •' DERS to Remove Soil and Clay, Maitland street, near High street. Frank Anderson, builder, Ealinton. f fl IiSMJJEtia are invited till noon of Thursday, ■ 3rd prox., for the Erection of Addition to the Residence of Mr John Hamann, Fernhill street. MASON AND WALES, Architects. TENDERS will be received in the Town Clerk’s Office until fl o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 2nd October, 1889, For Painting Fire Brigade Branch Stations and Fire Alarm Boxes. Specifications may be seen in City Surveyor’s Office, ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 28th September, 1889. BOROUGH OF CAVERSHAM. TENDERS will be received until 7 p.m. THURSDAY, 3rd October, 1889, for EXCAVATION and LEVELLING on the Recreation Reserve. Specifications to be seen at Mr Robert Allen’s, bootmaker, Caversham, MARTIN PEAROB, Town Clerk, Caversham, 28th September, 1889. TAIBRI COUNTY, TENDERS will be received at Council Chambers, Mosgiol, until Thursday, 3rd October, for Supply of 130 Yards of Stone at Cottesbrook Bridge. Specifications at Olive’s Store, Strath Taieri; and with R. HAY. County Engineer. PICNIC AND PLEASURE PARTIES TO THE WATERFALLS. Ist OCTOBER, until further notice. A BREAK will start from the City Hotel every men ing at 11 o’clock, afterwards connecting with Tramcars leaving Monument at 12.30, 1.30, and 2.30 p m., at Duke street, King street corner. Fares, fid each way. THOS. F. LANDELS. A SHIPMENT of THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY’S IMPROVED MANUFACTURING MACHINES Now Lauding. SINGER SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, Princes street. DUNEDIN CITY TRAMWAYS. Monthly tickets win bo issued to the Gen°ral Pubi c, available on any Car, from the Ist to End of Month. Price ... ... 7s CJ. Tickets on Sale at Tramway Office. FOB SALE, a bargain—Well-built 4-roomed House and large Shop; Two Sections, fenced, and planted with Ornamental and Fruit Trees; best suburb of Dunedin, near school; good trade attached : ill-health cause for selling. This is a bona fide opportunity for Dressmaker or Tradesman to secure sure fortune. Apply to “ WILLSEA.” care of Messrs Sargood, Son, and Ewen, Dunedin. FOR SALE. ]' AND, suitable for Dairy Farms, in lots _J from 20 to 50 Acres; 3 miles from Dunedin. Also, ICO Acres Bush Land, Waitati Valley, J. AND W. GAGE, Rattray street. 1.0.0.F, THE MEMBERS of PIONEER LODGE, No. 1, aro requested to attend the Funeral of the late Wife of Bro. W. J, Oameron, which will leave his residence, Grosvenor street, Kensington, TO-MORROW (Sunday), at 2 30 o’clock, for the Southern Cemetery. Regalia : White gloves and ties. Members of Sister Lodges invited. W. THOMPSON, N.G. NENPHORN PUBLIC BATTERY 00., Ltd APPLICATIONS for Shares in the above . Company received by J. B. Scott, sharebroker, Vogel street, till Seventh of October, when allotment will immediately take place, S. J. EVANS, Secretary. TO THE INHABITANTS OF DUNEDIN AND SUBURBS. POINT COAL. The Beat and Most Economical Household Coal, A TRIAL ONLY REQUIRED. Prices : By the Truck of about Five Tons, at 20s per ton. By the single Ton and up to Five Tons, at 21a per ton, Orders addressed to Mr Eaton, Eox 107, Post Office, Dunedin, will have attention. ROBERT (•;!,ENDINING I Pfol)rietorß JAMES HAZLBTT f Proprietors. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. R. 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 sections will be open for selection as above on and after WEDNESDAY, 9th October, 1889 ; RANKLEBURN DISTRICT.-Section 1. Block XH„ 320 2r 32p; cash price, LI per acre; subject to valuation for improvements, L 483105. MOKRAKt DlSTßlCT.—Sections 11, 12, and 13, Block XIII., containing from 312 acres to 383 acres each; cash price, 10j per acre. Applications to bo made to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Dunedin. No applications will bo 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. 'SgS{|W£JSF R. SETTLEMENT LAND. OPEN FOR SALE FOR CASH or FOR SELECTION ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS, or PERPETUAL LEASE, at the option of the Applicant. APPLICATIONS will bo received at the Crown Lands Office, Punedin, on WEDNESDAY, 16th OCTOBER, 1889, For Village Small Farm Allotments in the following Districts, at Cash Prices varying at from 17s fid to LI 10a per acre : Benger Lower Hawea Blaokstone Lower Wanaka Dunedin and East Taieri Mount Hyde Glenomaru s winburn Tuapeka West. ? or nlans and further particulars apply to s Office, J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. N rowu Lands Offi.. DuikAui ::1U- b> ptembu, Lv-9.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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