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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
WANTED. SLATES. SLATES. SLATES. RANTED, a good SPLITTER and DRESSER. Apply by letter, or on ground, to James Mackay, Slate Quarry, via Herbert. 'ANTED, evsryone to bring their » T; . Umbrellas.to Martinelli'a, 190 George street, to be Re-covered and Repaired. ANTED Known—Auld Scottie Whisky ' is the best. ULD Scottie Whisky sold by A. and J. „ M'Farlane, Peterson and Co., Uilmour 1. ULD Scottie Whisky can also be had from D. G. Shepherd and Allan and WHAT ! another New Suit ? No ; they have been to Taylor's City Dye Works, 101 Georee street. ANTED, Everyone to bring their Cur- . i tains, Tablecloths, Hats, Featherp, Gloves, eto. to Tavlor's City Dye Works. PRING Cleaning.—Send for Alf. Keates, *_, Castle street, to Clean your Chimneys, eto.; charges strictly moderate. ft EVIVE ! Revive! Revive !—Give Martin's .\j 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. ANTED To Buy, Sell, or Exohange, New , , or Left-off Clothing. Bernard Groy (opposite Royal Arcade), Maclaggan street. RS CLiRK'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 Suits Cleaned and pressed, 33; Coats, Is 6d ; Trousers, Is ; "Vests, 6d. Everything a Specialty. Conveyance attends Suburbs" twice weekly ; City twice daily. MRS ROBSON, King street. Cash Buyer of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Left-off Clothing; letters attended to. RHODES, Steam Dyer, Cleaner; telephone 780. Gents' Suits Cleaned, 5?. [ENTS' Suits Dyed, 7s 6d. Note Address: Dunedin Steam Dye Works, 116 George Btreet. Vans collect and deliver parcels. WATCMEAKERS. AND T. YOUNG, - ■ • Jewellers, 88 PRINCES STREET, Respectfully invite inspection of their NEW SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED GOODS, Just opened 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 Good 3 is shown in windows WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU i To Inspect the contents of our cases in shop l (Independent of purchase). You will then be I »ble 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. FOE SALE. OR SALE, in City, House, four rooms; scullery, outhouses, boiler built in; ten minutes from Post Office. J. H. Roy, St. Kilda. . TONEWARE Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Pots, .Flower Pots, Vases," eto, Lambert, Kensington Pottery Works. BLUfcSKIN. House ; good) outbuildings; cheap, i Beott, Commin, and Co., Dowling street. I LONDON Street.—Superior Family Residence (hot and cold), conser-' vatory; £-acre. Soott, Commin, and Co. —Arthur street, 44ft frontagp, 2 v - Houses, returning lis weekly. Scott, Commin, and Co. CAVERSHAM (near Station). -roomed House; bathroom, soullery, gas, conservatory ; 4-aote; Foott, Commin, and Co. KING Street.—B-roomed House, every convenience ; lath and plaster; room to build. ?cott, Commin, and Co. 10R SALE, VALUABLE CITY FREEHOLD (£1,300), Union street, with terrace of 6 Houses and Two Cottages; net rentals, after paying rates, taxes, and insurance (£2O), £l3B 10d, or over 10 per cent, on capital invested. For full particulars apply BARR, LEARY, AND CO., Crawford street. WO. M ' N E E, • 123 Prinoes street, LAND VALUER, LAND, ESTATE, AND FINANCIAL AGKNT. Money To Lend in any sums at Lowest Rates. FOR SALE. Four-roomed House and Bcullery, 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. 7i acres Land, orchard, good garden, cow shed, 2-stalled stable, coachhouse, 8-roomed Dwelling f good order), good road ; a bargain. BELLEKNOWES. i-acre 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 four good roads, drained and fenced. £110; terms can be arranged. I O R SAL] In the Town of Tort Chalmers (Fronting Harrington and Burns streets and BeJlevue place). ONE ACRE AND A-HALF OF LAND (Freehold), With Commodious Four-roomed House, Scullery, Stable, and Outhouses. This magnificent Property is well fenced, and has large Fruit Garden. Purchasers can arrange to buy the whole, or one or more Sections, on easy terms. Apply WILLIAM FARNIF, Water street, Dunedin; •Or MRS SAMUEL PERRY, On Premises. FOR SALE, BY TENDER, " WELL-ESTABLISHED TAILORING OUTFITTING BUSINESS, With a Large Turnover and Small Expenses. Stock and Stock Sheets can be inspected on the Premises, George street, Port Chalmers. Sole reason for disposing of the business is that the proprietor is leaving for England. Every reasonable facility for the- carrying on of the business will be afforded to the successful tenderer by the present owner before leaving. Tenders Close at Noon on WEDNESDAY, Ist December. W. MUDGE, Port Chalmers. FOR SALE, T. DAVID STREET, City (near Leith ~ Bridge), DWELLING-HOUSE of 6 rooms; bath, range, all conveniences, orchard; land, 42 feet frontage by depth of 66ft. This Is a moat desirable property fer anyone wishing to have a comfortable home. Price, J3425. Terms arranged. Cards to view. SIEVWRIGHT BRO3. AND CO., High street..
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