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isoara and Kesidence. BOARD, and separate Bedrooms, for two gentlemen, at Mrs Jenkins, Clifton Villa, Maclagganstreet^ ' BOA-RD and Residence in a private family. Terms, 30s weekly. Apply Proudfoot's Dairy, Maclaggan-street. A LADY residing about two miles from Dunedin, is desirous of receiving one or two little Girls to board and educate. Address Tuition, office of this paper. j^[ RS. MUIR'S, BEDFORD HOUSE, BELL HILL. Superior Board and Residence for Families and Gentlemen. PRIVATE Board and Residence, Stafford House, > Staftord-street, opposite Union Hotel. N.B.— Families accommodated on moderate terms, r j WO Gentlemen require Lodgings two miles from A Dunedin. Paddock for two horses indispensable. D., office of this paper. ' I II ... I I . L..1.D1L. Tenders. TENDERS required for Lining and Papering Two houses. Apply Mr Kennedy, Golden Age, Stafford-street. TENDERS will be received till lst prox, at 2 p.m., forthe erection of a two-storey Building. Plans and Specifications to be seen at my office in the Cutting. CHAS. G. SMITH, Architect. NOTICE. TENDERS. — Campbelltown-road. - In consequence of an alteration in the projected works onthe Campbelltown-road, occasioned by a vote of the Provincial Council, the sections and specifications are withdrawn for the present H. P. MORSE. NOTICE. TENDERS will be received at this Office, or at the Post Office, Dunstan, on or before the 10th January, 1863, from persons willing to carry Mails Twice Weekly, between the Post Office at Dunstan, and offices to be established at the Cardrona and Arrow Rivers, v'a the Ferry at Ray's Station, from an early date till the 30th June, "1863 ; but to be terminable on receipt of six weeks notice by either party. Tenders to be at per annum, and security will be required for the clue fulfilment of the Contract. Days and Hours of Arrivals and Departures to he fixed from time to time by the Postmaster. The Government will not be bound to accept the lowest nor any ofthe Tenders. Tenders to state the earliest dnte on which tho party tendering can commence the service. ARCH. BARR, _~,.„ Chief Postmaster. Chief Post Office, Dunedin, 23rd'December, 18G2. TENDERS. TENDERS are required op. or before Saturday, January 3rd, for ihe internal fittings of the new Bank of New Zealand. Plans and Specifications to be see at our Offices, Manse-street. MASON and ROSS, Architects. For Sale. XfcT A S T E Paper for sale at the Times office. ERRICK CRANE for Sale, 3 ton, 60 feet sweep. Best Derrick Crane, every way eoinplete. Bell, Rae, and Co, timber yard. O R S A L E, ex Jane Lockhart, 100 Bags Maize 80 do new potatoes 20 cases onions JOHN BROOK, Rattray-street. NOTICE. NOTICE. MONSTER CLOTHING AND BOOT AND SHOE COMPANY, 21 and 23, Bourke-street, Melbourne. HAVE much pleasure to inform the Storekeepers of Dunedin and the Gold Fields, that they have just completed extensive alterations and additions to their Wholesale Department, where goods can be purchased full 10 per cent, cheaper than any other house in Melbourne. And the great advantage we offer is, that Storekeepers can have any quantities and si zes they wish, our own Extensive Retail Trade enables us to do so. Orders, however Small, shall have our prompt attention. Our stock consists of the following goods: -- READY-MADE CLOTHING. Superior English and colonial made Suits Superior Pilot and Beaver Monkey Jackets Superior Doe and Tweed Trousers Superior Blue Cloth Frock and Dress Coats Superior lilack and Fancy Doe Trousers ;;. Superior Black and Fancy Doe Waistcoats Bedford Cords, English and colonial made Pants and Trousers Worsted Cord Trousers Moleskin Trousers Red, White, Blue, and Grey Blankets Saxony and other Flannel Shirts, English or colonial made Kersey's Pants, and Drawers Hosiery of all descriptions French and English Felt Hats Waterproof Clothing, our own patent manufacture. BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. Colonial made Boots in great variety American grained Leather Boots Ladies Boots and Shoes of all descriptions. Parties forwarding any amount over Ten Pounds for Good.*, no charge will be made for cases or shipping charges. Please well observe our address, Monster Clothing anl Boot and Shoe Company. Wholesale and Retail, 21 and 23, Bourke-street East, Near New Po&t Office. N.B.—We beg to inform the public that we have no connection with any house in Dunedin. It has come to our hearing thafc some person or persons having commenced business under our style,the "Monster Clothing Company," we have no connection with any such person or persons. M. MARKS, Manager. "VTOW LANDING and ON SALE JJN at the Stores of the undersigned— Renault's pale and dark brandy in hhds and qr-casks. Martell's pale and dark brandy in hhds and qrcasks Imperial pale and dark brandy in hhds and qrcasks. Whisky, Beeth and Ross' Campbleton. Do, Stewart's Kirkliston Bum, best India 10 o.p. Port and sherry wine in qr-casks and hhds Geneva JDKZ in red casss Do VH & Co, green cases Old torn and bitters in cases Otard's brandy in cases i Proprietors do, 200 cases Charante, in cases Whitbread's Loudon stout in bulk London and Colonial ale in bulk Bottled porter and ale Rilly and Middle Brew now landed Compton's cheeses Adelaide and Cork butter Adelaide flour ' Teas in chests and half-chests Mauritius sugars Colonial oatV MILLER & CO., Walker-street. FINAL CLEARING OUT SALE, OF DRAPERY .A? VICTORIA HOUSE, PRINCES-STREET, ? Dunedin. In consequence of relinquishing the Business, To Commence 2nd JANUARY, and CLOSE on 29th. ); CT. ICK having leased his Premises will We . to clear off the whole of his remaining . STOCK OF DRAPERY { AND J MEN'S CLOTH IN# - « By the above date. \ The Public may rest assured Goods will be offered at such prices as will effect a ' ■ ' SPEEDY CLEARANCE. During the Sale the Premises will be opened at 9 : [«un; and close at 0 p.m., Saturtky* exoepted, . t

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5, Otago Daily Times, Issue 322, 31 December 1862

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