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FOR HOBART dA Q||\\ TOWN DIRECT, the Iron Clipper schooner " TITAN," W. Ferguson, Master, will sail for the above port on Tuesday next (11th inst.). - For Freight or Passage apply to JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. ODD-FELLOWS' HALL, PEINCES STREET. THE above HALL will be Let, on Evenings or during Day, for Public Meetings, Balls, Wedding or Dinner Parties, Lecture Room, or as a School. Terms very moderate. Apply to the Committee : — Mr. J. C. CABNEGIE. Mr. PETER CREW. Mr. JOHN G. GREY. TO LET, A*COMFORTABLE English-Pannelled --£»- HOUSE, in a beautifully sheltered situati|n in Pelichet's Bay, with a productive Garofta attached, and Stockyard adjoining. .* Apply to Mr. DEWEpn the Premises, or to E. M'Glashan, Dunedm. Also, a quantity of Excellent Wheat Straw for sale. SALE BY AUCTION ON THURSDAY FIRST, 18th MARCH. E M'GLASHAN will offer to public com-* • petition at his Stores, on the above day, A variety of Merchandise, embracing — 4 dozen Blue Serge and Scarlet Shirts, Womens' Cotton and Worsted Hose, Alpaca Parasols, Turkey Reds, Mens' Lamb Wool Shirts and Drawers, Scarlet Night Caps, Cravats, &c, &c. Rice, Carbonate of Soda, Flour, Biscuit, Sugar, Lamp Oil and Wick, &c, &c. Stationery, viz., — Writing Papers, Grocers' Papers, Envelopes, Account Books, Wax, Wafers, Ink, Copying Machine, Framed Pictures, &c, &c. LASOEEES' BEGISTBY OFFICE. TN order to assist Laborers, whether for farm A or domestic purposes, to find employment, a REGISTRY OFFICE will be established at the Office of the " Otago Witness," where all persons wanting employment, and those who require Farm Laborers or Domestic Servants, can apply daily, between the hours of 12 and 1. The above will be under the management of a Committee of Twelve Gentlemen, two of whom will attend daily in rotation. Tlie whole is conducted Gratuitously. PROPOSED SCHEME. On being made acquainted with the name of any person wishing employment, the nature of the service, as also on knowing the name of a person wishing that description of laborer, the one will be referred to the other. If the parties cannot agree upon the Terms, it is recommended that they should meet together at the Registry Office, when the Committee would endeavour to settle their differences by an impartial suggestion of what tfiey considered fair and reasonable terms. P.S. — The names of the Committee will be published in a future advertisement. N SALE, at the ENGLISH BARRACKS (the temporary Store of the Undersigned), the following Goods, just landed, ex " Titan," from London and Wellington : — Flour, Maize, and Onions. Sugar— Pampagna, White China, West India, and Finest Loaf. Tea, Coffee, Rice, Dates, Lard, Gunpowder, Blasting Powder, Humpback Oil, Oil Lamps, and Oil Lanterns. A general assortment of Hardware, such as Table Knives, Forks and Spoons, Sailors' Knives, Candlesticks, Egg Cups, Cash Boxes, Japan'd Basins, Brittania Metal and Tin Tea and Coffee Pots, all sizes ; Tin Measures, Zinc and Tin Milk Pans, Tin Baking Dishes, Scales, Bread Graters, all sorts of Carpenters' Tools, Shingling Hammers, Hinges, Locks, Fire Bills, Fire Irons, Block Fenders, Iron Weights, Steel Yards, Brass Cocks, Coffee Mills, Scythes and Handles, Spades, Garden Hoes and Rakes, Potato Forks, Bill Hooks, best Blued Axes, Falling Axes, Pick Axes, Nails, Shoe Sprigs, &c, &c. Wool Lashing, Wool Packs, Sail Twine. Linen and Woollen Drapery, comprising— -Shawls, Long Cloths, Shirting, Sheeting, Calicoes, Fancy Prints, Muslins, De Lames, Brussels Hankfs., for Window Curtains, Blankets, Table Covers (oiled), Twill Eegattas, Welch Flannel, Printed Druggets, &c, . &c. - Ready-Made Clothing— Mens' Twill Regatta Shirts, Long Cloth Shirts, Linen Fronts and Collars, Vests, Trousers, best Blue Serge Taped Shirts, double stitch'd, all wove, Printed Regatta Shirts, - &c, &c, &c. Tobacco, Coal Tar, Pitch, Gutta Percha Blacking, Ink, Stationery, Iron Kettles (tin'd), Bar Iron, Port arid Sherry Wines, Whiskey, School Books, Copper Bolts and Nails, Glass, Shingles, &c, &c. &c. JAMES MACANDREW, & Co. .

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

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