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TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE "OTAGO WITNESS." FOR the First Insertion, 3d. per line ; and every subsequent Insertion Half-price. Smallest Advertisement charged 2s. 6d. First Insertion. Every Advertisement to be prepaid. Advertisements will require to be sent to the Office not later than Mid-day of Friday previous to publication. Communications for the Editors to be addressed to the Office, Princes Street. & B CUSTOM-HOUSE FORMS for Sale at the " Otago Witness " Office. NOTICE. CUSTOM-HOUSE SALE OF CONDEMNED GOODS. "OIFTY-NINE BOXES, containing 40 cwt. J- of Mould Candles, the Produce and Manufacture of Van Dieman's Land, seized and condemned, will be sold by Public Auction, on Tuesday, the 22nd instant, at 1 o'Clock Afternoon, -within Mr. Martin's Bonded Store, at this Port. A. W. SHAND, Sub-Collector. Eustom-Tlouse, Port Chalmers, Otago, \ this 4th day of April, 1851. ) rpHE UNDERSIGNED has lately Re■X. ceived a considerable quantity of dark and light colored Sarcenets, for Ladies' Dresses, Bonnets, &c. — Pilot Cloth — Woollen Cords — Moleskin — Prints — Toweling — Unbleached Linen — Blue Serge and Flannel Shirts — Braces — Cotton and Woollen Hosiery and Night Caps — Netted and Figured Lappet Muslin, for Window Blinds ; all of which will be Sold at the Lowest Price for Cash. ALSO, Good Salt Butter, ® Is. 2d. ty lb. Baking Soda, lOd. " Arrowroot, Is. " Tobacco, 2s. and upwards. All other Grocery Goods Reduced in proportion. CHARLES ROBERTSON, TAILOR AND DRAPER, Princes Street. K.B. — Clothes Made on the Shortest Notice, and on the Lowest Terms. Dvxedin, April 11, 1851. PAT PORK and abundance of EGGS produced by using MAIZE or INDIAN CORN, now Selling at l|d. ty lb from 7 lbs. upwards, by the Subscriber. Also, excellent Lamp Oil, ft) 4s. W gallon. . " Lampwick, % Is. 4d. W R>. " Fine Pale Castor Oil, ® 3s. 6d. W bot. " Fine Carbonate of Soda, @ Is. & lb. " Tea, Roasted Coffee, Loaf Sugar, &c. JOHN McGIBBON. FOR SALE, at the STORE of the UNDERSIGNED, some very superior CAMPBELLTOWN WHISKY, 3 years in Cask. W. H. CUTTEN. RURAL CHOICE WANTED. ANY person wishing to dispose of a Choice of a Rural Allotment will hear of a purchaser by applying to the Printer. NOW OPEN. ~ : LABOSERS' REGISTRY OFFICE. TN order to assist Laborers, whether for farm X 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. The 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 they considered fair and reasonable terms..

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Otago Witness, Issue 6, 19 April 1851

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