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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ACES ARE BRIGHT, J_ Clothrs are White, Rv the uRe of PRIMROSE SOAP. WANTED Known Extended Dance, Anderson's Bay Hall, on Thursday Evening, 23rd inst. Admission, including refreshment?, 2s Cd ; ladies invited. 'ANTED, a Girl for Housework. Apply v v Diiscoll's Store, corner Castle and St. A ndrow streets. 'ANTED, a few Able Seamen for Coast v t and Intercolonial Trade. Apply Alexander Rao, Port Chalmers. ANTED To Borrow, LGOO, on first-class ,t town freehold ; 6 per cent. "A.8.," Stab Office. 'ANTHD, Well-educated Youth to L°arn W Clothing and Mercery. Ap;ily Clothing Factory, Octagon. . 7ANTSD, a respectable Youth for Office /v' and Shop. Apply in own handwriting to " Office," Star Office. "ANTED, Two Wood-cutters, hytbecord. v « Particular?, Brown's Store, North-east Valley. 'AtoTliD, good Shirt Machinists; good f t prices; constant work. Mrs Wisby, Cumberland street (near Albany Btreet). good Machinists for Griswold Knitting Machine; also, Number of Learners. Mrs Moore, Upper Walker sheet. WANTED To Bny, Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery. Pitt street. WANTED, Machinist and Finishers for Shirts; highest wages in town; constant work, Mrs Keate?, Hanover street. T ANTED, a smart Lad about 15 for the v v BottliDg House. Apply Victoria Brewery. Pitt street. WANTED, Furnished House of 6 to 8 Rooms in North End of City for two or three months ; every care taken. John Hercus and Co., 5 and G Exchange court WANTED, "alew Mnart Youths for Factory. Phoenix Co., Maclagßan street. rANTEI), strong, activo JNurscgirl J must - . be clean and tidy. Apply A, and J. MTarhne, grocers, Pviuces street. 'ANTED, Two (2) Jobbing Compositors , r Mills, Dick, and Cc, inntera and lithographers, Octagon. if ANTED Known Extended Dance, V Anderson's Bay Hall, on Thursday Evening, 23rd inst. Admission, including refreshments, 2s 6d ; ladies invited. i\J ANTED to Rent, 8 or 9-roomed House, \v for two or more years ; near town preferred, Address " House," Stab. Office. YARDMAN (tcmporaiy) Wanted. Apply Wio. M'Adam, railway yard, 8 o'clock to-morrow morning, NIITBRS Wanted for Griswold and Lamb . Machines; also Finishers. Searle, Stuart street. 'RS DICK Wants Carpenter (single), _f jl fardener (elderly man!, Ladß (milkers), Cooks (Wellington, town, 12s), General Servants. "RS FISH Wants Housekeeper (Scotch), Waitress (15s), Nurse (gentleman's family), Cook and Laundress, 15 General Servants. RS CHALMERS requires, urgently, competent Gardener (station), Ploughmen, Youths (farms), experienced Nurse (one child), Nursegirh, Cooks (male, female), Cooke, Laundresses, Housemaids, General Servants. )AINTER3. Wanted, first-class Brush Hands. Apply Andrew Lees, George street. >APERHANGERS. - Wanted, first-class Men. Apply Andrew Lees, George street. Furnished Rooms To Let; terms moderate; no family; every convenience. Mrs Walker, Normanby, N.E. Valley. NO LET or Sell, that charming residence, L Littlcbourne, known as "Puakatea"; eight rooms; tennis lawn, orchard, etc. Particulars A. Evans, Princes street. TO LET, small Shop, Princes street south; suit plumber or bootmaker; 7s. Lamer, IGB Princes street. TO LET, a Two-roomed House, with Shaoklock range. Apply Bowling Green Hotel, Cumberland street. TO LET, comfortable Four-roomed Cottage; range, grates, scullery, and washhouse. Apply Crawford and Watson, Castle street. TO LET, Two, Four, Five, and Six-roomed excellent Houses, corner Melville Walker streets ; no trams ; home dinner. TflO LET, 4-roomed House, Albert terrace, 1_ George street, near Union street; rent, lis. J. Mathews, coachbuilder, KiDg street. SALF, New and Second-band Spring .a? Carts, Station Waggon, J. Mathewp, coachbuilder, King street. FOR SALE, Horses, Spring-cartf, Basket Phaeton, Express, Harness; terms Mac Donald, Arthur street, N.E, Valley. 710R SALE (cheap), small Manufacturing } Business; capital required, L 75; easily worked. Lamer, auctioneer, IGB Princes street. BARGAIN.— Neat 5-roomed Cottage, Corner Allotment (City freehold); L 125 ; small deposit. Bryant, Dowling street. ANOlNG.—William Speices Quadrille _tw Assembly will Reopen in Oddfellows' Hall, Rattray street, on Thursday, 30th May. | OING Fast, yet no perceptible decrease in Sale at Little UST Pan, Fine Premises To Let. We r mußt clear out. Special inducement to parties Furnishing. If OU don't see what you want at Door, ask inside. Grand value in exchange for little (ASH. New Goods American Stamped v 7 Pudding Moulds, Cake and Patty This (all shapes), Galvanised Baths, Tubs, and [RAVELLING Trunks, Hat Boxes, Fenders, a. "bulky, good," specially reduced to clear during Sale. Little Dust Pan. _ JATS" for~the~ Visitors","Hats for the _ Mashers, Hats for the Ploughman, Hats for the Bankers, ATB for Good-looking Men, Hats for the Squatter, Hats for the Merchant. At Masters's, opposite QUEEN'S Theatre. Shirts, Ties, Braces, Gloves, Underclothing, Waterproof Coats, Football Jerseys, and Sooks. ANTED Known—That Bill-heads, Oir , T culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are eseouted at the Evening Stab Office at moderate prlosß.
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