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WANTED. ANTED To Buy, Soil, or Exchange, New ( « t or Leffr-oS Clothing. Bernard Grey '{opposite Soya! Arcade), Maclaggan street. WHAT! another New Suit? No; they have been to Taylor's City Dye Works, 101 George street. ANTED, Everyone to bring their Cur- , , tains, Tablecloths, Hata, Feathers, 'Gloves, oto. to Taylor's City Dye Works. >EvTvE! Revive! Revive !—Give Martin's _li Furniture Reviver trial for speedy and lasting brilliance ; cannot be excelled; Is 6d; 25 years in market. Varnish for kitchen furniture, any color, Is bottle. Martin's (opposite First Church), Moray place. JPRING Cleaning.—Send for Alf. Keates, .O Castle street, to Clean your Chimneys, etc ; charges Btrictly moderate. ANTED Known—Auld Scottie Whisky is the best. AULD Scottie Whi3ky sold by A. and J. M'Farlane, Peterson and Co., Gilmour Eros. ULD Scottie Whisky can also be had from D. G. Shepherd and Allan and vli ■!KBMA.!:l:4ft>fftMMiV! JXJL Valley. Telephone 702. All kinds of Laundry Work woll and cheaply done and punctually returned in ajl weathers. Curtains Dyed any color, 2s per pair ; Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and pressed, 3i; Coats, ls6d ; Trousers, is ; VOBts, 6d. Everything a Specialty. Conveyance attends fc'uburbs twice weekly; City . twice daily. MRS ROB SON, King street. Cash Buyer of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Left-off Clothing: letters attended to. Lt YBU. Gents' Suits Cleaned, sa. GENTS' Suits Dyed, 7s 6rt. Note Address : Dunedin Steam Dye Works, 116 George street. Vans collect and deliver parcels. TENDERS. IENDERS Invited till Saturday, 6th inst., for Painting, Plumbing, and Building 'Chimneys for House in Upper Dowling street. J. Blaikie, builder. IBNDERS Invited till the 17th inst. for the Erection o£ a double Two-storey liii Ic Building in Prince 3 street south. Plans and specification at Messrs M'Callum'a Timber Yard. BOROUGH OF NORTH-EAST VALLEY. TENDERS are invited for the REMOVAL of NIGHTSOIL. Specifications at Town Clerk's Office. Close MONDAY, Bth inst. THEODORE ARNOLD, Town Clerk. November Ist, 1897. 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. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. 'PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY, TUESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 1897. |HE TRAIN leaving Dunedin for Oamaru . at 7.40 am. will bo accelerated, leaving Sawyers Bay at 8.5 a.m., Waitati 9.0 a.m., Seacliff 930 a.m., Waikouaiti9 55 a.m., Palmeraton 10.30 a m., arriving Oamaru 12.30 p.m. A Train wili leave Dunedin for Palmerston at 9.5 a.m., leaving Waitati 10 25 a.m., Scacliff 150 *«-.* ""t"-; J ri' '*••»-r«Wreton 3.20 p.m., Waikouaiti 3.50 p.m., Seacliff 4 ao p.m., Waitati 4;55 p.m., arriving Dunedin 615 p.m. The 3.0 p m. Train to Oainatu will stop at any station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. A Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers ftfc 1115 p.m ," returning at 11.55 p.m. . A Train will leave Waihola for Dunedin at 2-30 p.m.; stopping where required to pick up and put down passengers. Tho 3 30 p.m. Train to Mosgiel will NOT tan, A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 4.20 p.m.. The evening Train to Clinton will not leave Dunedin until 516 p.m, connecting with Oatram and Lawrence Branch Trains. '_ The Trains usually leaving Dunedin for Burnside at 6.15 p.m. and Burnside for Dunedin at 7.10 p.m. will NOT run. The 10.20 p.m. to Mosgiel and 11.30 p.m. from Mosgiel will NOT run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 11.20 p.m., returning at 12.30 a.m. TAIERI RACES. EXCURSION TICKETS to Mosgiel Town ■will be issued bj Trains leaving Dunedin at 9.15 a.m., 10.5 a.m., and 10.50 a.m. Fares: From Dunedin and Cavefsham, 2a 6d and Is 8d ; Abbotsford, I 3 6d and Is. Trains will leave Mosgiel Township for Dunedin at 5 55 p m., 6.30 p.m., and 6.55 p.m.; and Trains will leave Mosgiel Junction for Dunedin at 4.25 p-m., 5.10 p.m., 6.10 p.m., 6.45 p.m., and 7.10 p.m. The GOODS SHEDS at Port Chalmers and Dunedin WILL BE CLOSED on TUESDAY, sth November. On SATURDAY, 13th November, a SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Christchurch for Dunedin at .8.30 p.m. By Order. FOR SALE. N Behalf of Client.— Good Second-hand Hawker's Van, in good order ; also Two Second-hand Single Buggies. Glaister .and ■Carey, coachbuilders, Market street. STONEYVAKE Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filter?, Sink or Gully 'Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Pots, Flower Pots, Vases, etc, Lambert, Kensington IPottery Works. BLUKSKIN. House ; good outbuildings; cheap. Scott, Commin, and Co., Dowling street. LONDON Street.—Superior Family Residence ; bathroom (hot and cold), conservatory ; {-acre. Scott, Commin, and Co iScott, Commin, and Co. CAVERSHAM (near Station). 8 roomed . House j bathroom, scullery, gas, conservatory ; 4-acre. Scott, Commin, and Co. KING Street.—B-roomcd House, every convenience ; lath and plaster; room to Imi'd. Scott, Commin, and Co. lOE SALE, a PROFITABLE BUSINESS, including Stationery, News Agency, General Fancy Goods, and other agencies ; Valuable Dai'y Paper Kut and other Rights. Suro fortune for an enterprising man or industrious family. Sole reason for selling, ill-health vi present proprietor. Apply G. C. BAKER, Octagon, O. M ' N • 123.PEINCSS STREET, LAND VALUER, LAND, ESTATE, AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Money To Lend in any sum 3 at Lowest Rates. FOR SALE. Four-roomed House and scullery, situated in Arthur street, West Dunedin; close to tramway ; beautiful view ; healthy spot. Mornington. 6-roomed House, every convenience, situated in Hawthorn avenue (near Kaituna Bowling Green): very cheap. BROCKVILLE.I 74 acres Land, orchard, good garden, cow shed, 2-stalled stable, coachhouse, 8-roomed Dwelling good order), good road ; a bargain. BELLEKNOWES. - 3-acro Land in Gladstone street; cheap. KAITANGATA. 2a 2r 36p of Land, one mile from railway station, ten minutes from Castle Hill Company and Fraser Mine, frontages ifour good roads, drained and fenced. £110; terms can be arranged.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897

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