WANTED. W ANTED, a Five-inch Theodolite. “Kairuri,” Watson’s Hotel, Dunedin. WANTED, Second-hand Circular Saw and Spindle, for cutting firewood. Joseph Sparrow, engineer, Rattray street wharf. WANTED To Purchase cheap, good Secondhand Lights for Greenhouse; state price. “Greenhouse,” Star Office. WANTED To Buy, Sell, or Exchange, New or Left-off Clothing. Bernard Grey (opposite Royal Arcade), Maclaggan street. WHAT! another New Suit? No; they have been to Taylor’s City Dye Works, 101 George street. WANTED, Everyone to bring their Curtains, Tablecloths, Hats, Feathers, Gloves, etc, to Taylor’s City Dye Works. MRS 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 Suits Cleaned and pressed, 3s ; Coats, Is 6d ; Trousers, Is ; Vests, 6d. Everything a Specialty. Conveyance attends Suburbs twice weekly; City twice daily. MRS ROBSON, Kin of Ladies’ Clothing „ street. Cash Buyer - and Gentlemen’s Left-off letters attended to. R HODES, Steam Dyer, Cleaner ; telephone 780. Gents’ Suits Cleaned, ss. GENTS’ Suits Dyed, 7s Gd. Note Address: Dunedin Steam Dye Works, 116 George street. Vans collect and deliver parcels. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received until Thursday, 25th, for the Erection of a Residence (wood) in Castle street. Plans, etc., at 0. Lomax’s, N.E. Valley. TENDERS will be received by the Otago Harbor Board until IHUKSDAY. the 25th inst., at 2 o’clock, for the PURCHASE AND REMOVAL OF SHED on the Rattray street Wharf. Particulars at the Beard’s Office, where tenders are to be lodged. Tho highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM MIRAMS, Acting-Secretary, TENDERS. TENDERS will be receive! until noon on SATURDAY, November 27cb, for tho ERECTION of TWO COTTAGES at Kew, Oaversham. J. L. SALMOND, Architect, A.M.P. Buildings. TENDERS. CONTRACTORS and Others are finding Laidlaw and Gray are the Cheapest for Building Ironmongery, Grates, Mantelpieces, etc. We have increased onr Business Tenfold In 3 years. LAIDLAW AND GRAY, 19 Rattray street. ' WATOMHAKSSS. AND T. YOUNG, JE WISHERS, 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 onr Goods is shown in windows WE 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 yon better than we can, ts we have every facility for getting THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Note the Address: 88 PRINCES STREET. FOR SALE. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE in lots to suit purchasers. Apply Stab Office. _ _ FOR SALE, Paddock of 6 or 7 acrei-at Mosgiel, near the mills. Apply to Perpetual Trustees Company, Rattray street. STONEWARE Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Pots, Flower Pots, Vases, etc, Lambert, Kensington Pottery Works. BLUtSKIN. House ; good outbuildings ; cheap. Scott, Commin, and Co., Dowling street. LONDON Street.—Superior Family Residence ; bathroom (hot and cold), conservatory ; j-acre, Scott, Commin, and Co. ly —Arthur street, 44ft frontage, 2 d&O 4 vr Houses, returning 14s weekly. Scott, Commin, and Co. CAVERSHAM (near Station). -roomed House ; bathroom, scullery, gas, conaervatory ; j-acre. Scott, Commin, and Co. KING Street. — B-roomed House, every convenience ; lath and plaster; room to build. Scott, Commin, and Co. WO. M *‘-N E • 123 Princes street, land valuer, land, estate, a FINANCIAL AGENT. Money To Lend in any suras at Lowest Ba( 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. BBOCKVILLE. 7i acres Land, orchard, good garden, cow shed, 2-stalied stable, coachhouse, 8-roomed Dwelling good order), good road ; a bargain. BELLEKNOWES. i-aore 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. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. 1-' i* V. y S >1 R. £ ’ •=! PUBLIC WORKS STORES CONTRACT. Public Works Office, Wellington, 29th October, 1897TENDERS will be received at the Public Works Offices, Auckland, Wellington, Greymonth, Christchurch, and Dunedin, until noun of MONDAY, the 29th November, 1897, for the SUPPLY AND Df.LI VERY OF IRONMONGERY, SHIP - CHANDLERY, PAINTS, and OTHER STORES. Mhey arc to be addressed to the Minister for Public Works, and marked outside “Tenlor for Stores.” Specifications, etc , may be seer at the above-mentioned offices, and the Chief Surveyors’ Offices, Nelson and Invercargill. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command. W. H. HALES, Engineer-in-Chiof. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR ■' having issued a Commission empowering mo to Inquire into Claims uuder the b aval and Military Settlers and Volunteer Lands Act which have not been admitted and which were sent in prior to the Ist day of December, 1896, Notice is hereby given that I shall hold an Inquiry into such claims at the Courthouse, Dunedin, on FRIDAY, the 26th day of November, 1897, at 10 o’clock a.in., and be prepared to receive evidence for and on behalf of any claimant. J. 0. M’KERROW, Commissioner,
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