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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889
! LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PABTNER WANTED. PARTNER Wanted, with Capital of L 1,500, to be solely used in developing an exceedingly profitable Agency Business, of great extension. Principals only dealt with, Apply Box No, 7, General Post Office. TTTANTED Known—F. Himmel, CumberVV land street, Repairs Accordions and Concertinas, Hand Organs, Fans, Carving Forks, Clarionets. Flutes, C ocks. Jewelry, etc. WANTED Known—Paterson and Burk, Venetian Blind and Shutter Works, Stuart street. Repairs executed; materials kept. W' INTED. Cook (L4O, Wellington), experienced Housemaid (hotel), Nurses, 12 General Servants (town), Cooks, Laundress. Murley’s Agency, WANTED, respectable Nurseghl; sleep home. Apply Mrs Odell, entrance Baresford House. Apply until Monday night. WANTED, Sufferers from Indication, Flatulence, Constipation, Pains between shoulders. Specks before Byes, take Loasby s Digestive Tonic. ANTED, a smart Boy for Portmanteau Trade; can sew. Apply H. J. Kitt, St. Andrew street. ANTED, Shirt Machinists and Finishers! advanced p' ices. Mrs Mayer, Dowling street (opposite Samson’s, auctioneer). WANTED Known —That J. Haig has Opened next door but one to Maoquaid’s, fruiterer, G~ O'ge street, __ WHERE ho will be glad to Mend or Make all kinds of Boots and Shoes, and WILL guarantee nothing but Best Material ar.d Workmanship. Elastics put in old boots at lowest prices, ANTED, Machinist and Finishers for Shirts; highest wages in town; constant work. Mrs Keatee, Hanover street. ANTED Known—Jewel lei y neatly and promptly repaired; Watches Cleaned, 4s fid (guaranteed eighteen months); Mainsprings, 4s; Clocks Cleaned, 2s fid. At H, H. Bailey’s, 29 Royal Arcade. WANTED Known—Engineering Repairs to Steam Engines. Biscuit, Confectionery, and Soda Water Machinery; first-class workmanship guaranteed. Anderson and Morriaoa. WANTED by her sister Emma, the Address of Miss Polly Blackmore, “ Emma," Star Office. ANTED, Tend ra for Painting. Athol place, foot of Frederick street. WANTED~good _ General Servant; references ; must be good cook and launWANTED, respectable Girl, to assist in Housework. Apply, Saturday night, Mrs Christie, 162 George street. ANTED Known —That J. Nelson, Watchmaker and Jeweller, has Commenced Business No, 10 Otago Chambers, Rattray street. • ANTED, smart intelligent Message Girl, Apply Miss Wilson, dressmaker, George street. _____________ ANTED, respectable Girl for Private Family; references. Mrs Murphy, Music Studio, High street, opposite Clarke street. WANTED, Employment by a young Man; can look after horses, garden, milk. Apply “J.," Star Office. ANTED, a Man to Drive Horses and to make himself generally useful. C, Hill, Kaikorai. WANTED To Buy, a Second-hand Perambu'ator, in good order; state price and where to be seen. Address “Delta,” Ftah Office. WANTED, a clean, respectable Young Man ea Outrider. Win, Patrick, butcher, 200 Princes street, Dunedin. WANTED Known—s Tons of Auckland Fruit must be sold to pay expenses, Fruit Market, Arcade. ANTED To Buy, Cab and Double Harne^s; state price, where to be seen. “ Waggonette,” Star Office. WANTED, Forty Dunedin Tramway Shares; state lowest pree. Box 306, Post Office. WANTED, strong active Girl, a?Rist_ with general Housework. Mrs Jamieson, Fargill street, above Albert street. WANTED, a few Girls, for Jam Factory. Phcenix Company, Maclaggan street. ANTED Known-Fashionable Dresses made cheap for cash. Miss Kelly, Albiny street. Registry : Wanted, Nursegirh WANTED. Everyone to Visit the Grand Exhibition of New Zealand Manufactures To-night at the P.I.C '' ANTED Known—The D I.C. will remain Open This Evening till 10 o’clock. VISITORS will have an opportunity of inspecting the Cash Railway in full operation. TO Carpenters.—Tenders Wanted for Additions and Alterations : labor only ; Close on Monday, at noon. N.Z Engineering and Implement Company, Castle street. TENDERS are invited" tiil 6 p.ra, on Wednesday, the 22nd inst., for the Erection (in wood) of Cottage and Scullery, Plans and specifications at Mr Walter Stewart’s Store, Green Island. _ ______ TENDERS FOR BAND. TENDERS will bo received by the Dunedin Jockey Club, until 4 o’clock on Monday, 20th inst., for a BAND (in uniform) of not less than 20 Performers, for the Races on the 24th and 25th ; to commence playing at 12 lock each day. jowest or any tender not necessarily acited. For farther particulars apply SYDNEY JAMES, Sec. D.J.C,
KAIKORAI SCHOOL. THE COMMITTEE of tbe above School intend, if a sufficient number of Pupils is forthcoming, to establish Evening Classes for the winter months. All Youths desirous of Enrolling themse’ves are requested to send their Names to the Head-master on or before TUESDAY, 21st inst. WM, A. STOUT, Clerk of Committee. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. WE have for Sale, at Lowest Current Prices, and of Best Qualif y Calcutta Cornsacks Woolpacks, full weight Binding Twine (Manila and flax) Seaming Twine (Belfast) New Season’s Ryegrass Seed (local and Poverty Bay) New Cocksfoot Seed Malden Island Guano Phosphorus Cooper’s Sheep Dip Graham’s Footrot Cure Johnson’s Ensilage Presses Gascoigne’s Champion Woolpress the handiest and cheapest press in the market; And all other Farm and Station Requisites. Wo have unequalled facilities for handling and storing grain. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, Lmd. Donald Stronach, Manager, Dunedin FOR SALE. Y ALU ABLE SHEEP BUN IN THE WAIRATJ VALLEY, PROVINCE OP MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND. Tbe Property consists of—--20.571 acres freehold 109,834 acres Government leasehold Annual rent of leasehold, L ? 23, Together with about 34,000 sheep 500 head of cattle 40 horses, etc,, etc. The property is well fenced, being subdivided into numerous paddocks, which are well watered; and the whole concern is in first-class going The freehold consists of about two-thirds flat land of good quality, portion of which is under English grass, the balance being low hills, which carry excellent feed for stock. The leasehold consists of healthy hill country, intersected by rich valleys and occasional flat land. The sheep are of a good class, and are improving every year, a large amount of money having been expended in procuring good breeding stock. The cattle are also of good quality, and a ready sale is always found for the surplus in tl\e neighboring markets. For further particulars apply to NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, Dunedin. DONALD STRONACH, Manage
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