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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 'ANTED, a good Office Desk or a Table, / with drawers; state price. Apply "Desk," Star Office. ANTED, Apprenticed to the Dresst t making. Apply Mol'ison, Mills, and Co., drapers, George street. VY to good hands; constant work at once. Mrs Wisby, Cumberland street. 'ANTED, tidy and respectable Girl, about , ■ ]5, assist in Housework; must sleep at borne. Apply, between 7 and 8 o'clock, Mrs Mallard, Cumberland street, second house from St. David street. laving in neighborhood preferred. YY Apply Wcirston Cottage, Vire street, Athol place. TANTEDT~a7stout Lad for the Pmith Shop ; one accustomed to <he work •ed. Hobin and Co., Octagon. "AN'ED, a respectable little Girl to Assist in Housework. Apply Mrs Gordon')", corner George and Duntlas streets. YY harness Horße, Second-hand Buggy, and Harness; state torms. "Horse," Stab Office. ANTED, 5 roomed Cottage, ten minutes » t walk from Post Office ; state situation, etc. " Comfort," Star Office. WANTED, a strong Nursegirl. Apply Ipaaos, chemist, Ttattny street. WANTED, Youth for store; one accustomed to fruit trade preferred. William Pandison and Co , Moray place. WANTED, little Girl to mind baby. For address apply R. Davidson, grocer, South Dunedin. ANTED To Buy, a few Black Spanish » » Fowls (must be first-clasß). Address "Fowls," Albany street Post Office. WANTED, Tailoresses, vest and Trousers Hand*, for o'dered trade. Apply by letter Glasgow House, Balclutha. sharp. ■ANTED To Buy Ale and Porter ▼ t Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery. Pitt street. WANTED (Tuesday), Married Couple, with gocd reference; manage country hotel. Also, 3 gnod Farm Lads, milk; 12i and 14-t. Apply Jas. Whyte, Rattray street. YY within fifteen minutes' walk from Post Office. Address " 0.," Stab Office. VY rrairiro, Brighton*. Housemaid. Governess, Cook, Biker (station), Groom (hotel), 6 Boys. Skene. .ANTED, Boy for Parcels. Apply at oncf, R. Brown, S George street. ANTED, Situation as Governrss to chil- ▼ » dren beginnirg Music; Fnssli»h, Latin, Singing taught. Address " Beda," Stab Office. YY ment; one who has been at the trade preferred. A. R. Livingston and Co., Crawford street. ANTED, a smart Boy, to Ride Out. » » Apply Alexander, butcher, George street. "RS CHALMERS requires Working •» ■ Housekeeper (country), Housemaids, Waitresses, Ycung Lady (bar), Cooks, Laundresses, Servants (no washing). MRS DICK wants experienced General Porvants. Housemaid (hotel), Gardener, town Lads (hotels, farm-). Rooms To Let. RS MAODONALD, 70 Princes street, >.¥■ Wants General Servants, Cooks, Girls mind children, Waiters (town, country). MRS FISH Wants Housekeeper (L4O), Mon Cooks, oxporienccd Nurse, General Servants, Waitress, Barmaid, useful GirJs, COMFORTABLE 4-roomed House ; range, vV outhouses; healthy locality. Mrs Procter, Maori road (near Drydcn's Store). TO LET, Eight-roomed House; bath, hot and cold water; every convenience; low rent. Keates, Hanover street. JL convenience; scullery and washhouse. Apply Fre'dlich's Store, Stuart street. 0 LET, a Three-roomed House, opposite jl Arthur street School. Apply J. Glen, next door. .| iO LET, 5 roomed Brick Houses, South I Dunedin; every convenience; 6s and 7s. Lamer, Princes street. TO LET, Two, Four, Five, and Six-roomed excellent Houses, corner Melville Walker streets; no trams; home dinner. FOR SALE, 2 St. Bernard Pups. Robert Collier, Continental Boot Dep6t, Princes Btreet, opposite Post Office. CiHILBLAINS.— Instant relief, cortain cure, J broken or unbroken. Price's Chilblain Ointment; 6d and Is. Price, chemist. E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any v v quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. ÜBLIC Discussion— Subject: 'Luxuries,' a. Wosleyan Schoolroom, Cargill road, South Dunedin, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Public invited. Admission free. "ONKY at low rate of Interest, personal •text Athenaeum. EW Shades in 2, 4, and 5-nly Fingering .1 Berlin FJeeoy and Merino Wools. Miss Olough. LOT of Underclothing, Blightly soiled, to L be cleared at reduced prices, Miss Clougb, George street. ' OASBY'S Corn Solvent never fails; cured J hundreds old corns (40, 30, 20 years) after Oura Clava failed. OSTAL Orders,—Advertisers are requested . to rernit Postal Orders instead of stamps,
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