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WANTED. ANTED Known—Buchanan's Houso of _ - Commons Whisky is stimulating, invigorating, and appetising. ANTED, a Shop Youth for office. Ad- ' dress "Shopkeeper," Star Office. ANTED, experienced Dressmaker for , , country; must understand chart measurements. Apply Ross and Glendining. ANTED To Buy, Sell, or Exchange, New . . or Left-olf Clothing. Bernard Grey opposite Royal Arcade), Maclaggan street. WANTED Known—Blocker's Dutch Cocoa is sold at tho same price as Inferior brands. Ask for it. WHAT! another New Suit? No; they havo been to Taylor's City Dye Workß. 101 George street. ANTED, Everyone to bring their Curtains, Tablecloths, Hats, Feathers, Gloves, etc. to Taylor's City Dye Works. RS (JLAKiC'S LAUNDRY, North-easc Valley. Telephone 702. All kinds of Liundry Work well and cheaply dono and punctually returned in all weathers. Curtains Jyed any color, 2s per pair; Gentlemen's Suits tleaned and Pressed, 3s; Coats, Is6d ; Trousers, Is; Vests, 6d. Everything a Specialty. Conveyance attends Suburbs twice weekly; City twice daily. KOBsON, King street, Cash Buver .VJL of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Left-off lothing ; letters attended to. 3 MODES, Steam Dver, Cleaner ; telephone .-A; 780. Gents' Suits Cleaned, 5s ; Dyed, 7s M. O'J E Address : Dunedin Steam Dye Works, liver parcels. WATCMHAKEES. |HE PLACE TO PURCHASE _. Any ARTICLE OF JEWELLERY, A GOOD WATCH OK CLOCK, A WELL-FITTING PAIR OF SPECTACLES. A POWERFUL FIELD GLASS, Or ANY ARTICLE OF STERLING SILVER Or of SILVER-PLATED GOODS Is undoubtedly G. AND T. YOUNG'S, 88 PRINCES STREET. Our Price for ROTHERHAM'S SILVER HUNTING ENGLISH LEVER is £4 7s 6d. Our Price for STAUFFER'S NICKEL KEYLESS "MAXIM" WATCH is 21». We show the Largest and Most Beautiful Stock in New Zealand. We keep a range of GOODS TO SUIT ALL TASTES and PURSES, and we guarantee that no House can give you Better Value or serve you Better than we can. Kindly Call and INSPECT OUR MAGNIFICENT STOCK. FOR SALE. JD Doors, Windows, etc. Cumberland street Hospital. STONE WAKE Sanitary Pipe?, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Pots, Flower Pots, Vases, eta. Lambert, Kensington ""ottery Works. INCH CLUTHA.-100-acre Farm ; best part of Island. Scott, Commin, and Co., Dowling street. O~i J? St. Leonards: Pleasant Summer washhouse, stable, fowlhouso, a-acre, garden. Scott, Commin, and Co. —Stone Cottage; 3-stall stable, v loft, shed, i-acre in strawberries. Scott, Commiu, and Co.

WAIPAHI.— Good Farm ; 4-roomed house, 6-stall stable, barn, cow bvre. wsterV V 6-stall stable, barn, cow byre, waterpower. Scott, Coramin, and Co. —Castle and Leith streets: Half■«w v is -ks Acre; two small houses ; splendid investment. Scott, Commin, and Co. / u. m • N E ] ' • 123 Princes street, LAND VALUER, LAND, ESTATE, AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Money To Lend in any sums at Lowest Kates. FOR SALE. Four-roomed House and scullery, situated in Arthur street, West Dunedin; close to tramway : beautiful view ; healthy spot. Four-roomed House, stable, and outhouses, 4-acre land, on the flat; very cheap ; on easy terms. OTAKIA. 65 acres Land; sheep proof fence ; near railway station ; good road. Price, £3 per acre. MURRAYVILLE, MAORI HILL. Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, fronting Main road and Lothian street, containing £-acre and 29 poles ; two Houses ; will be sold cheap; good investment. PURAKANUI. Farm of 105 a2r lip, 4-roomed House. A chance for anyone wanting a home ; good land ; ■within easy distance of Dunedin ; very cheap. FOR SALE, \HE GABLES," Upper Kew; superior . Eight-roomed House, with every modern convenience and three-eighths of an acre of garden beautifully laid out; view unsurpassed. Apply DALGETY AND CO., Ltd., Jetty street.

EDUCATIONAL. HORTHAND, Typewriting, Reporting, rv Bookkeeping Evening Glasses from 6 till 10 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Fee, 10s 6d per quarter for each Bubject. Apply School. Athol plaoa : or Shifil, Jetty street. NIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND, DECEMBER EXAMINATIONS FOR MATRICULATION, JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. MEDICAL PRELIMINARY. BARRISTERS' AND SOLICITORS' GENERAL KNOWLEDGE. These Examinations will commence on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. PLACES OF EXAMINATION: Auckland, Gisborne, Napier, New Plymouth, Wanganui, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Greymouth, Christchurch, Timaru, Oamaru, Dunedin, and Invercargill. Candidates will not be allowed to change their centre of examination unless they give notice before NOVEMBER 10th. Candidates must send in to the Registrar of -the University, Wellington, on or before SATURDAY, October 23rd, a list of the subjects in which they desire to be examined, SIGNED WJTII ALL THEIR NAMES IN' KULL, accompanied by the examination fee, from which there is no exemption in any case, except •on a medical certificate for a former year. Receipts on the Public Account of New Zealand will NOT be accepted. Cheques must have .exchange added. Candidates' notices will be accepted up to Saturday, October 30th (but not later), only on condition that they are accompanied by a treble <ce. Tlie Fee for the Matriculation, the Melical p rei ]'iniaary, or tbc General Knowledge ExamiJunior VVjfaolar&hip is One Guinea, but in the last case a ««cond guinea will be payable if the candidate a/ter passing wishes to be matriculated. Candidates "i-' ST thrtiscily mention fok WHICH EXAMINA^ O *' ™KY PROPOSE TO COME UP. Candidates for the" Junior Scholarship Examination must not be" less than sixteen and not more than nineteen y 'sws of age on December Ist. Fourteen Junior Scholarships of the annual value of £3O, tenable for v.hree years, are offered at this examination. Tiiere will be an additional £2O per annum for scholars who have to live away from, home in order to attend a University College. W. M. MASKELL, Registrar.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10421, 16 September 1897

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