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WANTED. WANTED, Guillotine to cut three feet sheets iron. Address Tyree, Nelson. WANTED To Buy, Sell, or Exchange, New or Left-off Clothing. Bernard Grey (opposite Royal Arcade), Maclaggan street. SPRING Cleaning.—Send for Alf. Keates, Castle street, to Clean your Chimneys, etc.; charges strictly moderate. ENCOURAGE Local Industry by buying your Umbrellas at Martinelli’s, George street. Recovering from 5s 6d a specialty. RS CLARK’S LAUNDRY, North-east Valley. Telephone 702. All kinds of Laundry Work well and cheaply done and punctually returned in all weathers. Curtains Dyed any color, 2s per pair; Gentlemen’s Suita (leaned and Pressed, 3s; Coats, ls6d ; Trousers, Is; Vests, 6d. Everything a Specialty. Conveyance attends Suburbs twice weekly; City twice dally. MRS ROBSON, King street, Cash Buyer of Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Left-off Clothing ; letters attended to. O HODES, Steam Dyer, Cleaner ; telephone 780. Gents’ Suita Cleaned, ss; Dyed, 7s 6d. 'RTTOTE Address : Dunedin Steam Dye Works, Xl 116 George street. Vans collect and deliver parcels. TENDERS. fJIENDBRS are invited till 2 p.m. of TUESDAY, October sth, for tho ERECTION of a BRICK RESIDENCE (2 storey) in Royal terrace. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect, TENDERS are requested until noon on THURSDAY, September 30, 1897, for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS in Stone to a Church at Port Chalmers. Full particulars with FRANK W. PBTRE, Engineer and Architect, 194 Princes street. TENDERS. CONTRACTORS and Others are finding _ Laidlaw and Gray are the Cheapest for Building Ironmongery, Grates, Mantelpieces, etc. We have increased our Business Tenfold In 3 years. LAIDLAW AND GRAY, 19 Rattray street. TENDERS Invited for Erection of Cottage (wood). Plans to be seen at Dunstan’s Store, St. Kilda. TENDERS are invited for Building Catholic and Apostolic Church, concrete and timber. H F. Hardy, architect. COAL NOTICES. AMES WALKER AND SONS, Coal Merchants, LAURI3TON COLLIERY, BRIGHTON, And Maria and Cargill roads, SOUTH DUNEDIN. jg URN WEIL COAL COMPANY Desire to thank the Public (of Otago for their liberal support during the past sis months. Our output of Coal exceeds 50 Tons per, day, and we are now in a position to considerably increase Our Prices for COAL and NUTS within Town BeltRound, Clean Household Coal ... ... 20s n ii ,i Nuts ... ... 16s And Beyond the BeltSis and 17s per Ton. Supplied by all Coa' Merchants. Foundries and Bakers—Special Quotations for Quantities, GIBSON AND LEE 3. Proprietors, Vogel street. WATOMHAKERS. rT AND F. YOUNG, ” • Jewellers, 88 PRINCES STREET, Respectfully invite inspection of their NEW SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED GOODS, Justopened out,and displayed in their Windows. This is the Finest Display in that line of Goods in Dunedin, but as only a small proportion of our Goods is shown in windows WB CORDIALLY INVITE YOU To inspect the contents of our cases in shop (independent of purchase). You will then be able to form some idea of the Extent, Variety, and Quality of our Stock, which has no equal in the Colony. No house can supply you better than we can, as we have every facility for getting THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Note the Address : 88 PRINCES STREET. INSURANCE KOriCES.’ ■\TORWIOH UNION FIRE INSURANCE JLI SOCIETY. INSURANCES effected at Lowest Current Rates. LOSSES from Fire and Lightning covered. Claims settled with Promptitude and Liberality. Agents for Otago; THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, RATTRAY STREET DUNEDIN. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN CITY. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-I am again a CANDIDATE for the honor of representing you in Parliament. My political sentiments and doings are familiar to most of you. I contend for general progress and social amelioration, seeking to remove existing abuses with as little friction as possible, I have always supported such measures as tend to advance the interests of trade, provide steady employment for our urban population, and enlarge the area of rural settlement; and I will continue to do so. lam in favor of municipal reform and an amendment of our charitable aid legislation. A s'a guiding principle I standby just administration and the rule of the many by their wisest and best men. Hoping to be favored with your suffrages, I am, your obedient servant, WILLIAM HUTCHISON. Dunedin, 27th September, 1897. FOR SALE. STONEWARE Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, ChlmneyPots, Flower Pots, Vases, etc. Lambert, Kensington Pottery Works, INCH OLUTHA.—IOO-acre Farm; beat part of Island. Scott, Commin, and Co., Dowling street. Jpftl 5? —St. Leonards: PleasantSfimmer CF Residence 5-roomed house; washhouse, stable, fowlhouse, garden. Scott, ('ommin, and Co. Stone Cottage; 5-stall stable. 3&JL 4 x" loft, shed, i-aore in strawberries. Scott, Commin, and Co. WAIPAHI.— Good Farm ; 4-roomed house, 6 stall stable, barn, cow byre, waterpower. Scott, Commin, and Co. A* PVXh Castle and Leith streets: HalfI y v Aero; two small houses ; splendid Investment. Scott, Commin, and Go.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897

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