VALUABLE BUILDING SITE. ■To Capitalists aud Others. rpO BE SOLD,— the LEASE of the GROUND, 1 and the BUILDING erected thereon, situated in Princes-street, Dnnedin, the property of the Odd Fellows' Association. Further particulars to be obtained of Mr. Ciias. Reid, Town Board Office ; or, Mr. Wat. Towers, Royal George Hotel, George-street, Dunedin. 968 MOSGIEL MILLS. OATS crushed to order at the above Mills. Settlers will find a great saving in Horse Feed by sending their Oats to be crushed. Orders strictly attended to by A. J. BURNS. TO LET, on the Great South Road, BURNSIDE HOUSE, 4 miles from Dunedin, containing Four Rooms, a Four Stalled Stable. Good Grass Paddocks can be had for Horses 01 Cattle 'to any party takingthe House. Apply to James Kennldy, Glenfoot, Lower Kaikorai. TO LET ON LEASE, Building Sites in Maitland 'Street. For particulars, apply, to the Proprietor, Thomas Mutter, Saddler ; or to Mr. Wood, Watch-maker, Walker-street. * TAMES LOCKH ART, Saddler and Harness Maker O Tokqinairiro. FOR PRIVATE SALE. A SPLENDID STATION in the Province of Southland, together with 4700 sheep, 184! head of well-bred Cattle, and a few Horses. The Station ' has all the necessary buildings required for a much larger number of Stock than is now on the Run, on which, a large sum of money has been expended For further particulars, apply to JOHN JONES & CO. Dunedin, 4th Feb., 1862. TO LET. WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION ■ that first-class Hotel, situate at the White bwamp, about four miles from Duuedin, and at pressent in the occupation of Mr. Peter Birtles. The house possesses eveiy accommodation, and is well furnished with all requisites for carrying on a large business, which, from its situation, beini? oa the main line of road to the Waipori and Waitahuna diggings, it cannot fail of doing Attached is a Large and commodious stable, and a paddock securely fenced and laid down in grass. , To any one of perseverance and business liabit% such an opportunity of realising a speedy and ample conbtency seldom presents itself. a For further information npply to Mr. P. Birtles. on the premises, or to M'Leod, & Gibson. Princesstreet, Dunedin. TjlOR SALE or lease a neat cottage and 78 acres of JJ rich freehold land, situated upon Inch Clutha. lhere is a paddock and garden ground fenced in, plenty bush upon the premises, water carriage to the door, and other advantages seldom to be met with. For particulars, apply to , ' THOMAS MARSH, Inch Clutha. " KEATING'S PERSIAN INSECT PQWDER.— * Unrivalled in exterminating mosquitos, fleas, bugs, flies, beetles, cockroaches, and every other description of insect infesting animals and poultry ; protects clothes, &c, from moths. Only injurious to insect life. See that the name of Thomas Keating, 79 . St. Paul's Churchyard, is on every packet. • Sold by all agents for Keatin^s Cough Lozenges. CHILDREN'S WORM TABLET^ '(KEAT \J ING'S.) — The great remedy for these disorder in ohildren cannow be administered ia-the form of a/-'' purely vegetable sweetmeat, at once agreeable and effective. Prepared and sold in tins, by Thomas Keating, Chemist, &c, 79, St. Pauls Churchyard, London, E.C. ; and retail by Mr. G. M. K. Clarke, Invercargill. COUGHS, ASTHMA, AND INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION are effectually cured by KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Judged by the immense demand, this universal remedy now stands the first in public fajor and confi- • dence ; this result has been acquired by the test or fifty years' experience. These lozenges may be found on sale in every British colony, and throughout India • and China they have been highly esteemed wherever introduced. For Coughs, Asthma, and* all affections of the throat and chest, they are the mo*st agreeable and efficacious remedy. Prepared and sold in boxes and tins' of various sizes, by Thomas Keating, Chemist, &c, 79, St. Paul's Clrarchyard, London. Sold retail by all druggists and patent medicine vendors in the world. N.B.- To prevent spurious imitations, please to observe that the words " ICeating's Cousjh Lozenges" are engraven on the Government Stamp of-each box,witk ' ou which none are genuine. Agent -At Invercargill, Mr. G. M. K. Clarke. SCHOOLMASTER.. WANTED, a Qualified Master for Oamaru District School ; salary, £200 per annum, with a" free residence, or an allowance in lieu thereof. Applications, with, testimonials, to be lodged on or before the 30th of September next, with Mr. Michael Greenfell, Oamaru. OTAGO PROPERTY INVESTMENT COM.PANY. riIHE Treasurer is now in a position to mnke payX menb of all sums due by the Company. Title Deeds may be had any day after 4 o'clock. JOHN LOGAN, Secretary. „ MUELLER, & GEISOW, authorised Surveyors and Land Agents. Money invested in Rural - and Town Lands, land office business transacted, sirryeya executed, plans; maps, &c, constructed; and owing to a thorough acquaintance with the country, most reliable information furnished respecting lands in the different parts of Southland. Office \-~ Tay Street, Invercargiel. WANTED to SELL, a Team of Eight Bullocks, and a riding Mare,— all in good cunditiou. Apply to Mr. John Williamson, North Taieri. FRUIT TREES AND BUSHES, &c. • ON S A, L E by the undersigned:— 1,000 Apple trees, 1 and 2 year old 580 Pear do. do. do. 500* Cherry do. do. do. Plum do. peaches, apricots, mulberries, walnuts, quinces, medlars, filberts, and pomegranates , , 2,000 Gooseberry 1 and 2«year old 2,000 Currant do. . do. Raspbecry canes, strawberry .plants, rhubarb ' roots, rosesj forest trees, ,/md shrubs. Price Lists on application, GEORGE MATTHEWS, ,* Nursery and Seedsman, * Duuedin. TRANSFER MEETING. is hereby given, that a Special Meeting _LN of the Justices -of the Peace will be held at the Court House,' Dunedin, on TUESDAY, September 2nd, at 12 o'clock, noon -for the purpose ' of receiving Applications for the Transfer of Publicans' Licenses. THOMAS CALCUTT, Clerk to tjhe Bench. Resident Magistrate's Office, Dunedin, August 3, 1862. __ » * GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS. ON S A L E by the undersigned :-• Perennial rye grass, Italian do. Cocksfoot, timothy, Yorkshire fog, and mixed grasses for permanent pasture, lawns, &c. Red,white, and yellow clover seed. Geobge Matthews, Nursery and Seedsman, Dunedin. FOUND, Running in my pad*doek this last two years and a half, a Brpwn Bullock, indistinct brand. The owner may have him on proving his property and paying expenses. If not claimed within, one month from this date, he will be sold to pay ex-« penses. * JAMES STEVENSQJf, -* T . , Sflyer StreataV^ortKTaierii - Augußtß,lßo2.' •*«*' - * .
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