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MISCELLANEOUS. __ ALpE N fl V CENTRAL REGISTRY OFFICE, BELGRAVE CHAMBERS, i Princes Street GOOD STORAGE FOR BOXES. TUT I S S ALLAN, REGISTRY OFFICE, George Street. 5 Wanted, all "classes of Servants to apply. TIETANTED KNOWN, G. Hirsch's Dunedin Dye Works, George street; established r 1863. Hon. Certificate Now Zealand Exhibition, 1865. Dyeing and Cleaning In all its branches. WANTED KNOWN, that CULLEN & KEY keep the best assorted Stock of Fur- j niture in Dunedin, and sell at the lowest remunerative prices, opposite Herbert, Haynes and Co, Princen-streot north. ttht a nted, subscribers for—• London Journal . "1 . Family Herald | ; Reynold's Miscellany j- 16s per year. Cassell's [ Bow Bells J Homo News, 18s per year; Nation, ICs do. ; Bell's Life in London, 30s per six months. Illustrated London News, 30s do. Receives English and Melbourne Newspapers, Fashions, and Periodical!* Direct. Postage charged to subscribers on Magazine JOSEPH BRAITHWAITE, Opposite Wilmot'a Hotel, Fleet street. " TO U.UNHULDERS. TXTANTiED to place, on terms, for four * » years, a Mixed Flock of about 1500 Sheep. North ward preferred. For particulars apply to THOS. CULLING, Mayfield, East Taieri. ART UNION. npilE Beautiful and Valuable Oil 1' int;ng •*• " La Beatrice Cenci," by Guido Rene. —The Drawing, on the principle of tho Art Union, of the above Painting, will take place at tho Hibernian Hotel, Octagon, on Thursday evening, at eight o'clock. MISSING FRIENDS^ ALCOLvf'M'GREGORr Nautical Instramont Maker and Optician,, of Grcenock, Scotland, son of Duncan M'Gregor, Greenock, Glasgow. Description of M'Grcgor :—3O years of age, sft. Gin. to Bin. in height, «tout made, reddish hair, fond of playing the violin and singing. Arrived in Melbourne in 1853 or 1859, per ship .Tacatra, Captain James McToldridge. The ship was owned by his father. Property left, value, £2000 to £3 TOO. Information as to the whereabouts of the above will be thankfully received by the undersigned. OTr ) BERLINER, Proprietor. Private Inquiry Office, 78 Elizabeth street, opposite tho Age office, Melbourne. qpHOMAS BOBBY, write to your brother. J- Address Moira Station, near Moama, N.S.W. • TENDERS. a-lENDERS Required for Carting Coal ■*- from Stuart street Jetty, to Gas Works, per ton. J. T. HUTCHISON. Lessee, Gas and Coal Offices, Princes street north. i , npENDERS Required for Carting Coal, -*- from Stuart street Jetty to Octagon Coal Yard; ako, frwn Octagon Coal Yard to any part of the Town—within Town Belt. F. S. MARTI V, Gas and Coal Offices, Princes street nortb, rriENDERS will bo received at the office ■*- of tho underijlgned, 'up to noon on Tuesday, tho 21at instant, for fitting out, &c, barque Bengal. Specifications of and full particulars to bo bad at tho office, or on j board, at Port Chalmers. J. L. and C. BURKE, Princes street south. ~ BUSINESS JTOITsALi ~~~ GOOD OPPORTUNITY. rpENDERS for the stock, book-debt 3, and J- working plant of Aloxander Swau, Draper, Clutha Ferry, will bo received by the undersigned tdl Friday, the 24th instant. Stock may be seen on the premises. For further particulars, apply to THOMSON, STRANG, and CO., Dunedin. HAIRDRESSERS. By' Appointment to His Excellency tho Governor, & Volunteers. FBBISSEL, Ladies and Gentlemen's • Hairdresser and Perfumer, | Rattray street, Dunedin. • I Warm, Cold, and Shower Baths always ready I Cold Bath* ................. 1»,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Otago Daily Times, Issue 1968, 21 April 1868

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