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New Advertisements.

STEAMTO TIMARU, AKAROA, PIGEON BAY, AND LTTTELTON. dSRjf'sik nn H E Favorite Steamship GEELONG, Captain T. Turnduli, Will sail from Oamaru for Lyttolton and Intermediate Ports, THIS DAY (THURSDAY), 18th MAY, Ono hour after discharging her Duncdin freight. Fares : — Oamaru to Lyttelton— Cabin, £3 10s. ; Steerage, £1 15s. Oamaru to Timaru — Cabin, £1 15s. ; Steerage, £1. Oamaru to Akaroa— Cabin, £3 ; Steerage, £1 10s. F. PINKERTON & CO., Agents, Oamaru. # * # All Goods shipped must have a Shipping Order.

"T^TOTICE. — The Partnership hitherto cxistJ3l ing between tho undersigned N. Tiioeni/ct and W. B. Armson, practising ns Architects, Civil Engineers, Surveyors, and Land and Estate Agents, at Oamam, under the stylo or firm of " Thornlcy and Armson," ha3 this day been Dissolved by mutual consent. Tho business will hi future bo conducted by Mr ArmsON, who will receive all moneys due to, aud pay all debts owing by, the said firm. Dated this thirteenth day of May, 18G5. NATHAN TIIORNLEY. W. B. ARMSON. Witness — James Fotxikringiiam, Accountant, Bank of New Zealand, Oamaru. Mr W. B. ARMSON has REMOVED his Offices to No. 5, Oamaru House Chambers, Thames-street.'

-VfOTICE.— DISSOLUTION OF PA11T_1^| NERSHIP. — The Partnership hitherto existing between Thomas Evebitt and Wnxiviu M'Mureat, both of Oamaru, has this day been Dissolved, by mutual consent. Dated this eleventh day of May, 18G5. THOMAS EVERITT. WILLIAM M'MURRAY. Witness to Signatures — John Tiiomas Evans. P.S. — All debts owing to tho above parties, will be received by W. M'Mttbeay, who will also pay all liabilities.

BROWN'S FERRY. "VTOTICE.— To save any dispute, all parties JJN wanting assistanco from tho Ferrymen, will have to pay at tho Ferryhouso, on the North side of tho Waitaki, aud to tho Boatmen on tho Otago side of the River, bofore crossing. DANIEL BROWN, Proprietor. Waitaki, May 16th, 1865.

BLANKETS! BLANKETS!! FTIHE Undersigned begs to inform the Inhabitants of Oamaru and neighborhood that his lately-purchased Stock comprises a largo assortment of the above-named Goods, which ho is determined to dispose of at DUNEDIN PRICES. JAMES BEE. Oamaru, May 17th, 1864.

\ MERICAN STOVES, Peerless, No. 6|, "^^ ON SALE, at the Stores of the undersigned. JAMES BEE, Tyno-strcct, Oamaru.

T}LAKE'S FAMILY HOTEL, High-street, DUNEDIN ROBERT BLAKE, Proprietor. References permitted to Messrs W. Lttke & Co., Wansbcck-strcet, Oamavu. GOOD STABLING.

ALFRED J. TALBOT, ACCOUNTANT, Princes-street Chambers, DUNEDIN. Statements prepared for Creditors, and arrangements effected.

JOHN AIT KEN, HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER, ZINC WORKER, Bath-street, DUNEDIN. Baths, Pumps, Water Closets, Lead, Zinc. Spouting ready fitted. Rcpnirs.

"pEANY BROTHERS, Wholesale and Retail SADDLERS AND HARNESS-MAKERS, Rattray-strcot, DUNEDIN. # *- # Observe the Name.

mo LET OR SELL.— A Valuable Frontage in TYNE-STREET, adjoining on one side the Store of Mcssr3 Cargill and Co., and having a 12 feet right-of-way on tho other side. An excellent site for a Bank or mercantile premises. For particulars, apply to W. B. ARMSON, Architect, &c, Oamaru House Chambers.

pQ REWARD.— Lost, from the Macreft/O whenua, on or about let March, a Dark Chestnut Mare, branded W near shoulder ; aged. Whoever will return said Mare to the undersigned, will receive tho above reward. PATERS ON & DANSEY. Oamaru, May 15th, 1§65.

EOUND, on Run 362, 9 Wethers. Apply to BORTON & M'MASTER, "Waitaki,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 North Otago Times, Volume IV, Issue 65, 18 May 1865

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