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Miscellaneous Advertisements. COURTS, Ac, IN MOUNT IDA *J DISTRICT. WARDEN'S AND RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURTS. Naseby—November 1, 4, 12, 25. St. Bathajjs—November 2, 9, 23. Hamiltok—November 17. • Hyde—November 18. Macraes —November 19. Warden's Court. Maerewhenu a-—November 30. Petty Session, Naseby—November 26. 11. W. ROBINSON, • Warden and R.M. 800 T S A N D SHOES ! O H N m G C L E. s-, in returning thanks to his numerous Customers and Friends in Naseby and surrounding districts, begs to intimate that, on and after this date, he has REDUCED THE PRICE Hrs Own Make of W A T E R T I 0 II T BOOT S TO 30s. ; ANTD KNEE BOOTS to £2 10s, Same PRICE as is DUNEDIN ! Sept. 10, 1869. • STRONG, Watchmaker, Mount Ida, begs to inform the inhabitants of Naseby and the surrounding District, that he has PURCHASED the whole of Mr. Busch's valuable Stock-in-trade, consisting of ,TEW T ELLERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c. R. S. having now a very Large Stock on hand is prepared to sell at much Lower Prices than the Dunedin houses. ■ All Watches and Clocks, sold and repaired at this Establishment will be Warranted for Twelve Months.

1 0 R £1 A h E TO LET kkom Ist DEC. (With Right of Purchase in Twelve Months), A STOKE AND HOTEL, Situated in the most central part of the Township ov Naskrx. Both Doing A GOOD BUSINESS. The Property is New and Substantially Built. To an industrious man this is an opportunity rarely to he met with, of entering into a-Steady Business on one of the most thriving &oldfields in O.tag'o. The Proprietor being under the necessity of returning to England, is the sole cause of his disposing of the above. Apply to JAMES HARPER, On the Premises, Naseby, \ Mottnt Ida. JIIMES HARPER would take'; this opportunity of thanking his Friends and Customers for the liberal Patronage accorded to him since lie commenced Ensi- . ness on Mount Ida, and • woul<Lrespectfully intimate that- he would wish a Settlement of All Outstanding Accounts before Ist January. JAMES HARPER,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Mount Ida Chronicle, Volume I, Issue 40, 5 November 1869

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Mount Ida Chronicle, Volume I, Issue 40, 5 November 1869

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