Permanent link to this item
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
WANTEDS. WANTED, comfortable and convenient 8 or g.ROOMFD HOUSE, near City ; north end preferred. JAMES A. PARK AND CO., Agents. 'ANTED, good General Servant; refei- ' ence . Mrs Finch, Pitt street (opposite Knox Church). RE3SMAKERS. - Wanted, a thorough good Dressmaker to take entire charge oTworkroom; must be a good fit; references indispensable. Apply, stating salary required, to Kirkcaldie and Stains, Wellington. WANTED Known—l am a cash purchaser of Dairy-fed Pork, E. Home, 147 George street. "ANTED Known—That J. T. Warburton, , ; Watchmaker and Jeweller, haai Recommenced Business,, next Dadda's, Port Ohalrtroet, Gunmaker and LcoksznSth, Aetata Hcalea, Weights, and Measures. TEA —Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and Fo'chow Tea Company, 146 George ■treet. B. Washer, manager. MMOND, Hanover street, for best jam, bjl sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauco. 5d bottle; Tobacco, 4d_stickj Tea, reallygood, Is 6J lb. OFFEE, Is; Tea, U2d ; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4J; litrnngs, Cd doz. Macfarlan.', Hanover street. ESPLANADE, St. Clair.-To Let comfortablo Furnished Six-roomed Cottage. G. Binns, Post Cffice Buildings. of Lambeth road. 0 LET, good HoU'C of 9 rooms and bathroom. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. 0 LET, good House, Glen, Mo.nington. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. V) LET, OffioeTand Cellar »ge, Crawford street, presently occupied by Mr W. L. Lees. Apply Stah Office. 0~ L ] (Furnisned or Unfurnished), For a term of years, OINTRA, ANDERSON'S BAY, containing nine rooms, collar, napery and lumber closets, kitchen, wasbhouse, two servants' bedrooms, store room, and pantry. Studio fitted up, detached four-stallod stable, hay loft, harness room, and double coach-house. The Land is divided into 1* acre of orchard, in full bearing 2* „ Englißh gras3 for cows SJ „ pleasure grounds, with tennis awn (tilo drained). Applyt ° ALLAN HOLMES. £O.R SALS 10R SALE, Horses, Spring-cart?, Basket _' PhaetoD, Expr.B°, Harness; terms. Mac Donald, Arthur street, N.B. Valley. TAILORING BUSINESS FOR SALE. FOR SALE, as a going concern, the STOOK-IN-TRADK of the Tailoring Business carried on by the late Georgo Davidson, at Balclutha. For particulars apply Messrs Thom•on, Fox, and Co., High Btreet, where stockiheets, etc., may be seen; or Bank of N.Z, Balclutha Tenders for the above will be received up to the 18th inst. MERINO EWES. FOR SALE, 2,( 00 Well-bred, Full-mouth MB RING EWK9, in good condition ; off high country. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY. DONALD STRONACH, Manager. TENDERS TENDERS are invited till noon on Thursday, the 23rd inst., for the Erection of a Presbyterian Church (in brick) at South Dun--ID' J, A. BURNSIDE, Architect. HSNDKRS are invited until noon on SAT_j_ URDAY, the 18th inst., for the Erection of large "Vinery, etc., for Hy. Cox, Esq., at Haye?, N.B. Valley. ' E. M. ROACH, Architect. Octagou. TAIEKI COUNTY. iENDERS received by Undersigned, until noon of SATURDAY, 18th, for Ixcavation and Metalling at Green Island. Plan and specification with ROBERT HAY, County Engineer. s>-0BL!C KOTIOBB
DON'T FORGET IT ] MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. >< I M 0 N BROTHERS havo opened up further special Shipments OF NEW WINTER GOOD*. All Boots supplied direct to the public. No Double Profits. The Stook now comprises the best Styles by most famous Brit sh and Continental Makers. Ladies, see Sp cial Lines-viz , I f The "Ethel" Levant Walking shoes (ueat and strong), 7s 9d; tho "Sutherland" Kid Button Shoe (comfoit and wear), 8a 6d; EX.TRA the "Rosotta" Kid Balmoralß I (rea"y » ni e boot )' 11b 9d; *£ e GOOD i v .< LaDgtry ■» Kid Button Boots, 10s VALUE. 9d; the "Kathleen" Morocco Button Boots (cloth tope), splendid winter boots, 7s 6d; the "Elsie" Evening shoes (plain or fancy), valup, 4s lid. Gentj, eeo Special Lines: Tennis Shoes, Ob 6dmually 12d 6.1. f The "Gordon" calf Lome Balmoral (a neat tolid boot), 14s 6d; the " York" Lorne Balmoral (sewn), splendid value, 103 6d; FRIOES the u Cambridge " cloth-top Oxford T -j shoes (sewn), neat, good shoes, 9s _„ 3d; the "Kugby" football BalFY- mora i ß (padded ankles, etc.) ; 14s 6d; the "Cookham" Balmorals (hand-Eewn), unrivalled for comLfort and wear. , SEE BEEHIVE BOOTS! All made in our Factory. Wear guaranteed. Seo Testimonials —lO to 21 months' wear. ( Men's splendid Balmorals from &» 6d; Hantics, 9a 6d; Bluchers, v 5s lid ; Farm Watertights, 12s 6d. THEY Women's superior high Balmorals WEAR \ from 6a lid ; ilastic?, 7s 6d; „„._ Stockyard Boots, 8s Grl ; Slippers, WELL. 2s lid. Boys' and GirV extra strong boots at prices defying all competition. CLOGS! CLOGS'—Men'H and Women s Lowest Prices in City. SIMON BROTHERS, Gaorge street, near Octagon. Factorie*: Bath street. JOB PRINTING, BE EVENING STAR OFFICE is now - prepared to Execute PRINTING of every description, in first-class style, at moderat prices, and on very fhort notice. Having a Large and Varied Assortment of Type, suitable for all olastes of work, and Machinery capable of turning it out more ICtyiUlJ VMM** M.w~- . rely upon their Orders, for large or email numbers, receiving \ rompt attention. Estimates given for large order) only. PEAOOOK'S Jams: M c the be=)t to bego* anywhere. For Sale at ftl grjeew. Warthe genuine Wolfe's Sohnapps.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7908, 16 May 1889
Allied Press Ltd is the copyright owner for the Evening Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Allied Press Ltd. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.
These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.
Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.
Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.
Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.
Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.
Print, save, zoom in and more.
If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.
The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.