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j&temlaneon*. NOTICE. Queenstown, December 9,1872. HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have this day • applied to the Warden at Queenstown for a Gold Mining Lease of Crown Lands situated at Skipper's Cieek, being Section 8, Block VII., in the Wakatip District, and containing two acres, in accoi dance with the Gold Mining Leases Regulations of Otago, made under the Gold Fields Act, 1866, and Goldfields Act Amendment Acts. wwiLOO aCJL. The above application will be heard before me at the Cdurt-house, Skippeis Point, on Tuesday, the 6th day of May, 1873. KIGHMOND BEETHAM, Warden. NOTICE. Queenstown, 9fHh January, 1873. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have this day applied to the Warden at Queenstown for a lease of land for agricultural purposes, situate in the Shotover Survey District, being Sections 56 and 57, block 1., and comprising 10 acres or thereabouts; in accordance with the Agricultural Lease Regulations made under the provisions of the Goldfields Act, and Amendment Acta. J. W. ROBERTSON. The above application will be heard before me at the Court-house, Queenstown, on Friday, the 18th day of April, 1873. RICHMOND BEETHAM, Warden. NOTICE. Queenstown, April 4,1873. 1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have this day applied to the Warden at Queenstown for a lease of land for agricultural purposes, situate between Shady Creek and D. Moloney's agricultural lease, Arthur's Point, in the Shotover Survey District, and comprising 35 acres or thereabouts ; in accordance with the Agricultural Lease Regulations made under the provisions of the Goldfields Act and Amendment Acts. CHARLES MOSS. The above application will be heard before me at the Court-house, Queenstown, on Friday, the 2nd day of May, 1873. RICHMOND BEETHAM, Warden. Queenstown, April 10th, 1873. HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have this day applied to the Warden at Queenstown for a lease of land for agricultural purposes, situate in the Wakatip Survey District, near Closeburn, and comprising 200 acres or thereabouts; in accordance with the Agricultural Lease Regulations made under the provisions of the Gold Fields Act, 1866, and Gold Fields Act Amend, ment Act*. JAMES MORRISON. The above application will be heard before me at the Court-house, Queenstown, on Friday, the 2nd day of May, 1873. RICHMOND BEETHAM, Warden. (.jSCAR LOUIS, CHEAP DRAPER, &c, Will arrive about the 20th of MAY, with a Large and Well Assorted STOCK OF WINTER GOODS. MACLA R N/ S FREE TRADE BLACKSMITH'S SHOP IS NOW OPEX. IHE following is a LIST OF CHARGES :- Heavy Draughts, per set ... 14s. Pack Horses 12s. Hacks 10s. Farmers and packers can enter into agreements upon terms. CATTLE BRANDS.-OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. \* General Work done upon Most Reasonable Terms If you dinna ken the pinchers, You ken Maclarn of the Prince of Wales Hotel. S&atrfjmaker, &c. CHAS. BEEBY, WATCHMAKER & MANUFACTURING JEWELLER. (Opposite the Victoria Hotel) BEES STREET, QUEENSTOWN, Juror in Precious metals, N.Z. Exhibition, 1865. Watch Repairs accurately & promptly executed on the premises by an Experienced Watchmaker. ri BEEBY respectfully invites attention to his enlarged Stock of Watches, by Rotherhams, Stamford, and other esteemed makers, executed to his own order; and to an Extensive Assortment of English, American and French Clocks of every description, which, with all other articles, will be sold at the WWEST PRICES CONSISTENT WITH GOODNESS AU the «bove are carefully examined after the voyage, aud are guaranteed.

In Jewellery C. B. trusts that an experience of long years in the Ateliers of Paris, London, Melbourne and New Zealand, will have enabled him to make a Selection of Continental, English and Colonial Bijouterie to please the most fastidious. Among these will be found Sets, Brooches, Greenatone and other Earrings, Necklettes, Lockets, Pendants. Alberts, Chains and Crosses, Diamond, Colored-gem, Signet, Fancy and Wedding Kings, Studs, Links, Pins, &c, Ac. Also, a large assortment of Tortoiseshell, Ivory, Jet, Silver, Steel, and Electro-plated Goods. Field Glasses. Aneroid Barometers, Optics, &c. Rings, and trade-marked Colonial Jewellery Pipes Mounted, and Repairs done with neatness and despatch. A separate department for Tobacco, Meerschaums Stationery and Fancy Goods.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Lake Wakatip Mail, Issue 753, 16 April 1873

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