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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XLIV, Issue 81, 3 October 1892
rpHORNDON HOUSE. SHIRTS. Wo have just received £170 worth of Tillio A Hendorson's Shirts, white with linen fronts, 5s 3d, 7s, 7s 3d; Coloured Regatta Shirts, 4s, 4s lid, 5s Pd, 6s Cd HATS, Two Cases of tho Celebrated X.L. Hard Felt Hats, Black First quality, 11s 6d for 8s 6d and Second quality, 10s Od for 7s 6d Coloured. Third quality, 8s Cd for 6s 9d These hats have perfect ventilation and are the newest shapes in the market. WARNOCK, KELLY A ADKIN. fjTwo SHILLINGS EACH. Food of any kind cooked on the Augite Stovo Mat — Augite Stove Mats does not requiro stirring, and will D.I.C. not scorch, bum, Auoitk Stove Mats or boil over. No stirring required D.I.C. for Oatmeal, Milk, Augitk Stove Mats Rico, Custards, Jollies, Ac Broad toasts nicely on it. Price 2a each. Try ono. DXC. IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENT. ERSO.VAL.— WiII the Cabman that stuck mo up a few days ago, wanting a house and stable, call on O. W. Clayton, Vivian-street. WOULD Mr. Wm. MllTeTcalTat No. 6, _ Taranaki-street ? D~ OGLOST^nuTperson "keeping black and white Spaniel Slut lost two weeks, registered collar 811, will bo rewarded. Apply H. Palmer, Post Offioe, Wellington. If dog bo further detained, logal proceedings taken. LOST, a Strawberry Cow, from Kelvin Grovo, Petono ; ono horn broken ; information as to her whereabouts to bo sent lo Mr. Atkinson, Grocer, Potone, will oblige. John Sharp, Potoue. OST, this morning, a black Silk Bolt, with buckle. Please return to Mrs. W. E. Collins, Bouleott-stroet. LOST, in Cuba-itrcot, on Saturday night, a pair of lady's high-buttoned kid Boots. Findor please leave at Staples' Boot Shop, Willis-street. LOST, between the Central Hotol and Telegraph Office, a Purse, containing two Keys and small sum of money. Findor kindly leave at Evening Poit or Union Clothing Company. LOST — All worry and vexation by thoso who purchase their D losses at tho Dress Warehouse, 38, Willis-Btreot. The bost Dressmaking in the city. Thirty per cent under usual prices. Stylo and finish unsurpassed. Mrs. Carter guarantees satisfaction. OUND, Saturday night, lady's Silk Umbrella. Owner oan have it on giving description and paying for advertisement. Apply Evoning Post. FOUND, ihe prettiest Gas Globes I have ever boon. They aro to bo had in any shape, colour, or pattern, and wonderfully cheap. A largo assortment to choose from. J. E. HAVES, Plumbor, Gasfitter, Ac, 105, Lambton-quay. ■XTACANC IES for gentlemen or families V after the sessions, at Mount Pleasant, 57, Wellington-terrace ; grand viow, every convonienco, moderate terms. WILL ouv kind and patient Patrons now call, as we have just landod (third shipmont) a limited stock of that new and fascinating game "Tiddledy Winks," also the new game '" Cat and Mouso," to bo had only at THE NOTED HIBERNIA, 67, Cuba-street. /^OMFORf ABLE Home for ono or two \j Boarders. Apply Byron Houso, 72, Upper Ghuznee-slreet. rpO LET, tho Floor abovo the Shop ot the undersigned. Bost position in town; vory suitable for office or light business. Ront W. J. LANKSHEAR, Manufacturing Stationor. rpO LET, in Dixon-street, first-clat.3 JL Dwelling, containing seven rooms, with every convenience. TUSTIN BROS., Manners-street. rpO BE LET (FURNISHED), that doJL li^htfully-situated Villa Rosidcnco in Hobaon-street, known as RaleGH House, formerly in the occupation of tho Hpn. G. M. Wauerhouso. The house contains 10 rooms, with greenhouse, vinery, and modern conveniences. Large ornamental grounds and fine view. For further particulars, apply to Benjamin Smith. A Co., 40, Lambtonquay^ TO LET, two nice furnished rooms, in private family ; would suit a gentleman ; no other boarders kept. Apply Evening Post. ry\O LET, four-roomed Cottago, in BarkerJL street, with large piece of ground and every convenience. Apply Mrs. Tustin, 5, Pirie-Btreet TWyO LET, on lease, or for Sale, one five JL and also a six-rooraed Honse, with every convenience, including bathroom, scullery, copper, washtubs, wardrobes, gas, oupboards, wood and coal sheds, asphalt paths; nice garden; in good locality. Small deposit; balance, 15s per week. Apply sharp, H. Pitcher, Owen-streot, Newtown. TIIO LET, at Karori, closo to Cemetery, JL Refreshment Rooms, togothor with five-roomed house, furnished. For particulars, apply to Har court and Co., Lambtonquay. TIIO LET, Kilbhnie, five-roomed Cottage ; JL 10b per week. Ten-roomed House, Hankey-street; stable, coach-house, orchard, Ac ; view of harbour. H. J. L. Augarde, Collector for Public Trust, 7, College-street. TO LET, a 12-ioomed House, with bath, Bcullery, and every convenience, situated Ellice-streot, Wellington. Apply J. B. Tringham, & Co., Lambton-qnay. rr\O LET, Drawingroom and Bedroom JL (furnished). Apply Mrs. Dennar, Mowbray-stroet. ri^O LET, an eight-roomed_House in OwenI street, lately occupied by Colonel Newall ; immediate possession. Apply R. E. Rawnsley, 23, Lambton-quay. O LET, Mavourucen Villa, Boulcottstreet ; six rooms and bathroom. Apply to Mrs. Ward, Boulcott-street. nnO LET, a new House, containing six I rooms, besides bath-room, scullery, p.w.c, coal-house, Ac. ; magnificent view. Apply to Mrs. Wills, son., Hankey-street. ry\O LET, two nice Rooms, with or withI out board, in a pleasant locality. Apply Evening Post. rr\O LET or FOR SALE, on easy terras, .L No. 9, Queen-street, a convenient sixroomed House, besides scullery and bathroom, four fireplaces, boiler, p.w.c, asphalt paths and yard, and coalshed. Apply to Robert Strang, Queen's Wharf. TI^O LET, a comfortable six-roomed House, JL with three acres of land, situated close to Karori Church. Apply to J. Townsend, care of Johnston A Co., Featherston-slreot. TO LET, in Kent-terrace, two six-roomed Houses, all conveniences. Apply to John Pattinson or J. A. B. Howe, 60, Brougham-street. r 110 LET, those dosirable Premises situate X on Lambton-qnay, opposite Grey-street, at present in the occupation of Messrs. Noble Campbell and Co. For terms and particulars apply to Johnston and Co., Merchants, Featherston-streot. TO SELL or LET, a Houso and about six acres of land, in Karori, lately occupied by Mr. Rogan as a poultry farm. Apply to Mr. W. J. Williams, Karori, or T. and W. Young, Jervois-quay, Wellington.
" One with a Knowledge of Shorthand Preferred." PHONETIC SHORTHAND (Pitman's System). — Entries can now be received for the ensuing term, either for Class Work or Private Tuition. Terms commencing with pupil. Pass guaranteed for Civil Service Examination in this subject. Thorough training in each branch. Initial and Finishing Lessons, Reporting Practice. Ladios' Class one evening in the week. Certificates of Speed and Annual Prizes. Arrangements have been made for a Class Room in centre of town. All fees are payable in advance, but by instalments if desired. Correspondents must enclose stamps where a reply is required. Address in first instance, General Post Office, Wellington, Box 316. BROU'S INJECTION— Hygienic, Infalliable, and Preservative. Curespromptly, without additional means ,all recent or chronic discharges of the urinary organs. Retail price 5s per bottle, or by post 6s. Sold in Paris by J. Ferret (successor to Brou), Pharmaoism, 102, Sue Richaliea. Sole Agent for New Zealand, WILLIAM C. FITZGL2ALD, the Central Pharmacy, Evening Post Corner Wellington. WANTED Known— Don't purchase a Dress before you have inspected the New Goods at tho Dress Warehouse, 38, Willis-street. Choice styles, good quality, and very low prices. New double width Spring Dresses, at 8s Gd, 103 6d, 12s 6d, and 16s 6d the dress. Furthermore, we only charge 12s 6d for dressmaking, second to none in the city. Mrs. Carter guarantees a perfect fit and every satisfaction. Don't mistake the Ehop, No. 38, opposite Townsend and Paul'B. WANTED to Know, where to Buy, for cash. Cheap Dress Goods, Cheap Millinery, Cheap Ladies' and Childrens' Underclothing, Remnants under half price for ten days only. Go to the Melbourne House, 31, Willis-street. O. Cummins', the noted Cash Draper ANTED Known— lf your eyes are troublesome, and you cannot see to read or sew properly, go to S.^ Kohn, Lamb-ton-quay, and have your sight properly tested and Spectacles supplied accordingly. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case where Spectacles are necessary. ANTED Known, that J. Godber, Confectioner, Cuba-street, has removed to those large and commodious premises adjoining his late establishment. lirr ANTED, the general and travelling IT public to know that Mrs. Ormsbes is to be found at the Oriental Hotel, Wflliestreet. Dunedin beer on tap. WANTED, everybody to Lunch at the Oriental, which is now under the supervision of Mrß. Ormsbee. Lunch, Is. Splendid accommodation for boarders at moderate rates,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XLIV, Issue 81, 3 October 1892
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