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FOR SALE, A SUPERIOR DURHAM BULL, Three years old. Apply to Jas. Lothian, Hawthorn Bank, Anderson's Bay. J. ROBERTSON BEGS most respectfully to announce to the Public in general that he has OPENED these New Premises, adjoining Mr. Wilson, Druggist, Princes Street, as a GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE. A good supply of Flour always on hand. The Highest Price given for Dairy Produce. TO LET, A HOUSE in George Street. Also, Two Apartments in London Street. Apply to Mr. Alexander Brebner, London Street. TO ARRIVE PER " MARINER." 2 CASKS BRONZE FENDERS and Fire Irons 3 Hhds. Tinned Kettles, assorted sizes 1 „ Round Pots „ 1 „ Oval 1 Cask Wood Screws (500 gross) 100,000 £ inch Tinned Tacks DAY & MIEVILLE. FOR SALE, A PAIR OF WORKING BULLOCKS. Apply to David Berwick, Saddle Hill. FOR SALE, A TEAM of FOUR BULLOCKS, and DRAY, with Yokes, Bows, and Chains, complete. Apply at the Office of this Paper. FOR SALE, rpWO SMALL DWELLING HOUSES, A in Walker-street. Apply to Mr. D. J. Napier, Dunedin. SUPERIOR PORT & SHERRY WINES. JAS. PATERSON & CO. BEG to reccomend their present stock of PORT and SHERRY Wine, as being in fine condition, and of superior quality. Also, Fine OLD PALE BRANDY. PICTURES. JAS. PATERSON & CO. HAVE just opened three cases of beautiful ENGRAVINGS, framed and glazed. NOTICE. MRS. PATERSON BEGS most respectfully to tender her grateful acknowledgments to her numerous friends and customers for the very liberal support she has received in business during the last five years, and to intimate that, as the business has now become so extensive as to be beyond her personal control, she has entered into arrangements with Mr, ICK to undertake its management and superintendence. Mr. Ick will have an interest in the business, and, having a thorough knowledge of the drapery trade in all its branches, will enable him to carry it on upon the most approved principles. He is now engaged in going over the present stock, and making considerable reductions in the prices, with a view to clearing off to make room for a large supply of New Goods, to arrive per the "Mariner" and " Henbury." Mrs. Paterson also intends to add the Millinery and Dress-Making to the drapery business, under the superintendence of Mrs. Ick. This department will be supplied with the newest fashions both in style and material, and she confidently trusts that these arrangements will enable her to serve her customers much more effectualy than formerly, and ventures to solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage she has hitherto received, and to assure her friends and the public generally that no efforts will be spared on the part of herself and Mr. Ick to supply them at all times with the best articles on the most reasonable terms. KAIKORAI FLOUR & OATMEAL MILL. "TUIE Undersigned beg to inform the Public J- that they have now entered upon possession of the above Mill, and trust, by strict attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. All grists under fifty bushels to be paid for in Cash when taken from the Mill. J. & J. RUNCIMAN. May 12, 1859. STEERS AND HEIFERS. T^OR SALE, about 20 Head of SuperiorJ- bred CATTLE, in good condition, more than two years old— the Heifers near Calving, and the Steers fit for the butcher. For particulars apply to Mr. Alexander M'Niel, Caldervan, West Clutha. SALE OF TOWN LANDS. rPHE next Sale of Town Lands will, take J- place in the Waste Land Board Office, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd day of June next, at 12 o'clock at noon. W. H. CUTTEN, Chief Commissioner. Waste Land Board Office, Dunedin, 26th May, 1859.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Witness, Issue 391, 28 May 1859

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