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To Carpenters, &c. ANY Party wishing to Contract for Erecting a Weather-Boarded House, will obtain further particulars by applying to Mr. Robert Williams, between the hours of 9 and 11 A .M., during the ensuing week. March, 8, 1851. Ex "Pioneez" and "Scotia." CAMBRIC PRINTS, Ribbons. Cap Flowers, White Kid Gloves. Colored Silk Gloves, Parasols. Light Shawls, Thread and Cotton Edgings. Black Lace, Black Gimps. Black Crape, Gents.' Silk Handkerchiefs. Plain and Checked Medium Muslins. Black Merinoes and Orleans. Womens' White Cotton and Woollen Stockings. Childrens' Woollen Stockings, all sizes. Mens'^ r oollen^md Cotton Socks. Night Caps, BfKs, Pearl Buttons. Worsted jcJraidTstout Woollen Yarn. White Flannels, Blue Flannels. - Bleached and Unbleached Calicoes. 1 Case cold drawn Castor Oil. --' JAMES BROWN. Opposite the Jetty, \ 6th Feb., 1851. J *. TO STOREKEEPERS. THE UNDERSIGNED are Importers of every descriptionof British and Colonial Produce, which they will be glad to supply at Wholesale Prices. JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. rpHE UtffeEfcSIGNED having entered into X an arrangement with a Gentleman in New South Wales, who is well acquainted with all the flocks and herds in that Colony, is now ready to Import Sheep, Cattle and Horses, according to order, and in any quantity. Parties giving Orders may depend on the finest description of Stock being selected. E. M'GLASHAN. SHAVDJG & HAIR-CUTTING. ALEXANDER ARCHIBALD has now -£jL acceded to the demands of the Public, by opening that New Shop, Second Door North of the Brick Building, for the purpose of carrying on the above business, and he trusts, by low charges, and his endeavours to give general satisfaction, that he will receive a share of public patronage. N.B.— Razors Set. NOTICE. ALL Persons Indebted to Mr. William Scott, of Otago, who is about to leave the colony, are requested to Pay their Accounts as early as possible : and all Persons having any claims are requested to send in their Accounts. March Ith, 1851. PRIVATE TUITION. MESSRS. CARTER, wish to receive a limited number of Young Gentlemen for Board and Education, on the principle of Religious, Moral and Intellectual Training. The course of study embraces Latin, Greek, the Mathematics, the theory of Book-Keeping, Natural Philosophy, Agricultural Chemistry, Drawing, and the usual branches of a polite and useful Education. TERMS MODERATE. Layston Cottage, \ Feb. 1, 1851. / TO LET, SEVERAL SMALL HOUSES. Also, Town and Suburban Sections. FOR SALE, 1 Town Section, Chosen. 1 Suburban, do. WANTED TO PURCHASE, 1 Town Choice. 1 Suburban do. 1 Rural do. Apply to E. M'GLASHAN. Vflx. W. H. Cutten Is instructed to Sell by Private Contract — SIX very Superior HORSES and MARES, thoroughly broken in for Riding and Draught. Also, to Sell or Let, several early chosen Town, Suburban, and Rural Sections of Land, and two Rural Orders of Choice. • ON SALE, At the Stores of tlio Undersigned, ONE case ..BOOTS and SHOES. 300 3-Bushel Bags. Labrador Salmon, in 2 lb. tins. y E. M'GLASHAN. BOOTS & SHOES. JOHN MOLLISON begs respectfully to intimate to the Inhabitants of Dunedin and its neighbourhood, that he has commenced business as Boot & Shoe :■ Maker in that House lately occupied by Mr.' Mills, Cabinet Maker./RATTRAY' Street ; and, as he carried on for some .years in Scotland the business of Boot-tree ' and Last Maker, and having a practical knowledge of both trades, he is convinced he can supply those who may order from him with a very 'superior fitting article. N.B. — J. M. can at presenfosupply a few . pairs with. Gutta Percha mid-s^les, which are a thorough preventive of .damp.' r . Ratiray Street, Dunedin, \ ' '" Bth Febniqry, 1851. j , - : -

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Witness, Issue 3, 8 March 1851

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Otago Witness, Issue 3, 8 March 1851

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