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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED by experienced Hand, Needlework by day or otherwise, 2 shillings per day. Address " Strangei," Star office. WANTED Known —That J. Haig has opened, next door but one to Macquaid's, fruiterer, George street, HERK he will be glad to Mend or v v Mike all kinds of Boots and Shoes, md WILL guarantee nothing but Best Material and Workmanship. Elastics put in old boots at lowest prices. IF Neivous, weak, depressed in spirits, your work trouble, Loasby's Quinine and Steel Wine speedily cures. JOR SALE (cheap), Section 71, Anderston, ■_- \an Acre, Roslyn; planted and fenced. James A, Park and Co. | OLDFINCHES For Sale from 10s dozen; v_W~ orders punctually attended Johnßrnton, George street (past Albany etreet). BARGAIN.— Neat 6-roomed Cottage, corner allotment, City freehold, L 125; small deposit. Bryant, Dowling street. \0 LET, convenient E'ght-roomed House, _ quarter-aere, Castle street; gas, bathroom (cold and hot water). Apply William Gregg and Co., Princes street. TO LET, Two, Four, Five, and Six-roomed excellent Houses, corner Melville Walker streets; no trams; home dinner. 0 LET, Furnished Sitting Room and Bedroom. Apply Mrs Charles Mercer, The Glen. 0 LET, convenient Four-roomed Houße. L App'y Eccles's Store, Arthur street. TO LET 1 , Five-roomed House; garden, Venetian blinds, ve andah, 3 fireplaces. Arthur Smith, Tdsn street. LEGAL. —An experienced General Practitioner is open to an Engagement. " CM.," office of this paper. LOASBY'S Digestive Tonic cures worst cases palpitation, flatulence, pains and depression after eating, scccks before eyes. OAAA LBS Pie M el <ra s > 81b Is; un&\j\j" equalltd for Pies, Tarts, Puddings, and Jam. Bull. F used with Suva Oranges (4d lb) you have JL delicious Marmalade, costing 2d lb. Bull. >IB Melons.—Pie Melons, 81b Is, with jl sp'.endid recipe for making Jam. Pryor, Princes street. >IE Melons make the most delicious and cheapest Jam in use. Sample and recipe at Pryor's, "UTUAL Provident Directorate.—B. Short replies to inquiries recommending Abbott I 1 low interest. Henry Benjamin, Loan and Discount Society, Manse street. AVING to clear out, business giving us up, Little Dust Pan Fine Premises To Let. Stock MUCH too large for removal; selling at great sacrifice; impossible to show half the specialties. We NVITE Inspection If ycu don't see what jl you want at the door step inside; something there to UIT Everybody. Special value Cutlery, kj Fenders, Ashpans, Travelling Trunks, Glass, Ohina, Biush, Lamp Ware, and ARGE variety useful requisites; Iron Safe, _J Glass Show-cases, etc., etc. Retrenchment sale. Little Dust Pan. TO-NIGHT.— Penny Readings, Mission Hall, Walker street —Readings, Recitation o , Music; come and spend pleasant evening. 7.30. "TMOST value in Cash given for Secondvy hand Piancs. Challenge Piano Dep&t, 108 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. "EW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibition.—Persons engagfd in the Erection ol above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes streot south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. "ONEY at low rate of interest, personal or other security. R. Francis (upstairs), next Athenxum, BARTER AND CO. have Purchased the Don Tailoiing Company's Stock of Tweeds and Suitings at a desperately low price, and are now offering the above to the Public at less than one-half their u-sual price. Call and see. riARTER AND CO. have a splendid variety 1 j of all the Newest and most Fashionable Drapeiy and Clothing, imported direct from the manufacturers, and marked at a slight advance on Horn a price?. Call and see. RESSMAKING.—Carter and Co. have the best Dressmaker in town. Splendid choice of Materials and Trimmings. Moderate charges. JRY Carter and Co., who do all in their power to give satisfaction to all. Men's and Boys' Olothicg a specialty. TAIiSRI COUNTY. ENDERS received by Undersigned, until . noon of SATURDAY, 18th, for Excavation and Metalling at Green Island. Plan and tp cification with ROBERT HAY, County Engineer. TIME EXTENDED. .ENDERS are invited till Thursday, the 16th inst, 4 p.m., for Building Five-roomid Cottage in Maitland street, Plans and i pecifications lie with Mr George Thomson, at Thomson and Co.'s, Bond street. Lowest or any tender not necessaiily accepted.
lOR SALE, A FARM OF 200 AORES, ,* situated at Macrae's Flat, the property of the late Allan Campbell. The property is all well fenced and double ditched. For particulars apply to MRS CAMPBELL, Filleul street (corner St. Andrew street). MERINO EWES. rIOR SALE, 2.C00 Well-bred, Full-mouth ! MERINO EWKS, in good condition ; off high country. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY. DONALD STRONACH, Manager. CONSULT The Celebrated Consulting Specialist, EN. HARPER, M.8.5.A., Etc., t upon Impaired Memory, Lost Vigor, Blood and Skin Diseases, Prostration, Liver, Kidney, and Heart Complaints, Nervous Debility, and all Chronic, Trivate, and Special Diseases. By an improved method of treatment, Professor Harper is enabled to Guarantee a Positive: and Sp*edy Cuke in all cases. Consultation Free. Hours: Mornings, 11 to 2. Evenings, 7to 9. Octagon Buildings, Octagon, Dunedin. LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I Parcel of Land hereinafter described I be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885," unless caveat be lodged forbidding the same within one calendar month next after the date of publication hereof in the' Gazette.' Part of Section 40, Block VI., town of Dunedin. William Mathew Hodgkins, applicant ; occupied by John William Massey. No. 3,884. Diagrams may be inspected at this office. Dated this 13th day of May, 1889, at the Lands Registry Office, Dunedin. H. TURTON, District Land Registrar. r AOHINIST3 WANTED FOR SHIRTS MAKING. Constant Employment Guaranteed. Twelve Months' Engagements made with good workers. All New Machines (Improved Singer). No Outdoor Workers or Learners reed apply. Statement or Wages Zeauandia Shikt Factory. ~ . Machi- FinishGarment. nery# ing< Perdoz. Per do?. Best Shiits, silk 4s Od ls9d Union do. cotton feather ... 3a 3d Is 6d Union and. Cotton Shirtp, no feathering 2s 9d la 3d Boys'and Youths' Shirts ... 2s 6d IsOd Long Sleeve Undershirts ... 2s 6d Is 3d Short Sleeve Undershirts ... 2s 6d os9d Men's Pants 2s 6d Is 3d Gents' Nightshirts ... ... 7s 04 2s 6d SJiakßpeare Collars, 6d extra. Apply MRS KEATES, Zealandia Shirt Factory, Hanover street
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
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