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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
[By Tklkobaph,] Sydney, May 21. Owing to the heavy arrivals wheat is dull and unsettled at last quotations, Melboubne, May 21.-6,000 bags of wheat have been sold at 5s 7d to 5s Bd. New Zealand oats (to arrive) weio sold at 3s 91 (ex wharf). Adelaide, May 21.—Wheat is firmer at 5s Id. post Office Notice. Malls close at the Chief Post Office, Dunedin subject to ary necessary alterations as under:— Local mails between Dunedin and Oamaru, also those for the Naseby line, will close at 7.15 a.m., and be forwarded by the 7.45 a.m. train. For Northern Ports, overland daily, at 10 30 a,m,, at Chief Post Office. Late letters, guard’s van, North express train, at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 22. For Northern Ports. Per Waihora, at 1.50 p.m. Late letters, guard's van, Port Chalmers train, at 2.3) p.m, Thursday, May 23. For Southland, Australian Colonies, India, China, Japan, Continent of Europe, United I Kingdom, etc. —Per Te Anau, at 1.50 p.m, Money orders (for Australian Colonies only), registered letters, and newspapers at 12.50 i p.m. Late letters, guard’s van, Port Chalmers train, at 2.30 p.m. DIRECT MAIL SERVICE. Wednesday, May 29, The contract steamer lonic will leave Wellington for Plvmouth via Bio do Janeiro on Thursday, May 30. Mails close hero as under_ For United Kingdom and Foreign Countries via the United Kingdom, etc., at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 20th, Registered correspondence at 5 p m. on Tuesday, 28th, money ordeis at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 28th; book packets and newspapers at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, 29th, The above mail will close at the branch post office, Dunedin North, for money orders at 4 p.m., registered letters at 5 p.m, on the 28th: letters at 9.30 a.m. and newspapers at 530 a. in. on the 29th. At the South Dunedin office, for mercy orders at 4 p.m., and registered letters at 5 p.m. on the 28th ; and for letters and newspapers at 5 a.m, on the 29tb. At tho Port Chalmers office, at 8 a.m, on the 29th ; money orders at 4 p.m,, and registered letters at 5 p.m. on the 28tb. Late letters, bearing an additional single rate of postage (6d) as a late fee can be posted in the guard’s van attached to the North express leaving Dunedin railway station at 11 a,m. on the 29th. Friday, 24th (Queen’s Birthday), being a Post Office holiday, mails usually despatched on Friday will close on Thursday, 23rd, at 8 p.m. A d-livery of correspondence over the counter will be made from 8 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, 23rd. (Signed) Bdw. D. Butts, Chief Postmaster, Chief Post Office, Dunedin, May 21.
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MAY 21st -Jast a Month from the Shortest Day. UtE PRIMROSE SOAP. WANTED, a Cook; also, House and Tablc- • maid ; references required. Apply Mrs Wright, Bishopscourt. _ ANTED, nt once, General Servant; references. Mrs Fitch, Pitt street, opposite Knox Church. WANTED, by a young Girl (18), light employment in' '•hop or otherwise. Address “ N.,” Star Office. WANTED, good Shirt Machinists; good prices- Mrs Mayer, Dowling street (opposite Samscn and Co.’s, auctioneers). WANTED, experienced Housekeeper; also, thorough Tablemaid, for first-class country hotel; liberal terms, passage paid. Skene. ANTED, a Nursegirl. Apply Mrs Robt. Hay, Littlcbonrnc. ANTED, a tidy respectable Girl, about 16, as Nurse. Mrs Pryde, Clyde street. ANTED To Buy, Game Bag and good Shooting Dog. Address "8.T.,” Star Office. W ANTED, a clean, respectable Young Man as Outrider, Wm. Patrick, butcher, 200 Princes street, Dunedin. ANTED, Families’ or Gentlemen’s Washing by respectable Person ; nice drying ground, in suburbs. “ J.G.,” Stab Office. _____ WANTED, Second-hand Double-seated Buggy and Harness; must be in good condition. Samson and Co , auctioners. W~ ANTED, good General Servant; references ; must be good Cook and Laundress. Mrs Walter Bislop, High street. kept A pply Mrs M ‘Queen, hairdresser, 52 George street. ANTED, good General Servant. Apply Mrs l and els, Oakdale, Hcriot row, to night. Reference required. WANTED Known Extended Dance, Anderson’s Bay Hall, on Friday Evening, 24th inst. Admission, including refreshments, 2s 6d; ladies invited. TIT ANTED Known-Engineering Repairs to V? St»am Engines, Biscuit, Confectionery, and Soda Water Machinery; first-class workmanship guaranteed. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED, Sauce Bottles (any quantity); highest price, cash, Sauce Factory, opposite Knox Church, George street. WANTED, Machinist and Fiaishers for Shirts; highest wages in town; constant work, Mrs Keate>, Hanover street. WANTED, a strong Boy, able to milk. Apply J. Stewart's Store, Kaikorai Valley. , WANTED, Apprentices for Dressmaking. Apply Mollison, Mills, and Co., George street. MRS DICK Wants Carpenter (country, single), Gardener (elderly man), Cooks (male, female; Wellington, town), General Servants. BS MACDONALD (next Elliott, fruitercr, Princes street) Wants 12 General Servants, 6 Girls; Roomi To Let. MR, 3 CHALMERS requires (urgently) |Second Cook, Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, Barmaids, General Servants (two in family), Housegirls, Cooks (no washing, private, hotels), Dairymaids, Youths (town, conntry). OOD Cook Wants Situation in Hotel or \JT Private Family; ju‘t arrived from Home; good references. Address “Cook,” Stab Office. B OOT 'Trade. Wanted, Bench Hands; constant work for good hands. Manse street Boot Factory, Dunedin. ANVASSE RS”Wanted for Advertising Business in Town and Country ; good commission. H. L. Rosenberg and Co., Mutual Provident Buildings, between 10 and 11 a.m. NGJNB Wanted, Water, Gas, or Steam, 3to 6 h.p. State particulars and price, “ Engine,” Stab Office. IX - ROOMED House at reduced rent; every convenience; best spot in George street. Apply W. Aukland, Miller’s Store, Castle street. PtnO LET, 4-roomed House (detached); large I yard; rent low. J. N. Merry, Lower Hanover street, O~ LET, comfortab’e Three-roomed Cottage. I. Selby, Castle street, between St. Andrew and Hanover streets T~ 0 i.ETTsuperior Plastered 5-roomed House, fronting Belt, near terminus Queen’s drive ; all conveniences ; fruit and _ flower garden g<.od order. G. H. Smith, Maori Hil'. TO LET, 10-roomed House (acre of ground); good grrden; every convenience. Apply Tramway Store, Mornington. 0 LET or Lease, for a Term, 7-roomed House, occupied by J. M, Nicholson, in King street. Full quarter-acre section, with outhouses, etc. TO LET, small Shop, Princes street, 7s; 2-roomod Cottage, Bussell street, 4b. Lamer, 168 Princes street. 0 LET, comfortable 4-roomed House, every convenience; bathroom and washhouse. Apply Mrs Pollock, Maori Hill,
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