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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7918, 28 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "ANIED, a Ooachsmith's Helper. Robin and Co., Octagon. 'ANTED, strong Servant Girl to assist in t » Housework. Apply Mrs Maitland, Leith street (corner Frederick street). WANTED, little Girl, to make herself generally useful. White's Store, corner Lambeth road and Castle sbieet. TINTED, Sauce Bottles (any quantity); t ▼ highest price, cash, Fauce Factory, opposite Knox Church, George street. WANTED, a General Servant. Apply Mrs Adams, Russell street, this evening, before eight o'clock. OOT Trade.-Machinists Wanted. Bur- ■ row's Boot Factory, Stafford street, Dunedin. 10 Boot Manufacturers,—Wanted To Buy, j, for cash, large or small quantities of colonial-made Boots, Send list of quantities, material, and price not later than Tuesday, 28th inst., to "Stranger," Coffee Palace, Dunedin. "RS CHALMERS requires Baimaid (ex-y-b. perience not necessary), competent Shepherd, Laundress, Housemaids, Nurse, General Servants, Cooks, Housegirls. | OOP News.—Wanted, Lad who Returned day, to call on him. WINTERS. Members of old Painters' Society Meet at the Coffee Palace, Thuisday, 7.30 p.m. TENDERS are invited for Building a New Wing to the Benevolent Institution. H. F. Hardy, architect. TENDERS for Additions to Residence, Port Chalmers, Close To morrow. Plans at my offices. A. Evans. IRTHDAY MEETING—Three-mile Trot (first day).—Will those Unpaid who contributed LI each to back every horse kindly Call for Dividends. Address with Publisher, Star Office. JL 2-roomod Cottage, Russell street, 4s. Lamer, 168 Princes street. TO LET (St. Kilda), comfortable 4-roomed Cottage; cheap rent. K. 0. Reynolds and Co., High street, TO LET, 'Grocer and Butcher Shopß, corner Forth and Union streets. Particulars John Colvin, Forth street. TO LliT, Two comfortable Furuishtd Bedroomß, with sitting room ; suit two or three gentlemen; board if required. Mrs Oorsan, Dowling street, fifth house from steps. MRS DAWSON'S Dancing Cias"s~will be held in Stuart street Hall on Thursdays. Learners, 730 p.m. )ANCING. Dancing.—Madame Hamann's Dancing Classes, Juvenile and Adult, St. Paul's Schoolroom, Wednesday Afternoon and Evening. MADAME HAMANN'S Classes, at her Residence, Fernhill, Tuesday and Thursday .Evenings j One Guinea per quarter. FOR SALE, cheap, Allotments 6 and 7, Block IV., Burkestown. Apply M'Gregor and North, solicitors, Rattray street. FOlTsALErfirs't-cTass" Riding~Hack; good jumper. For address apply H. Lamont, butcher, Arthur street. JOR SALE, small Manufacturing Business, easily worked ; capital required, L 75. Particulars Lamer, auctioneer, 168 Princes street. FOR SALE, Kangaroo Bicyole (a bargain), in first-class order. Apply "C," Box 1, Dunedin. FOR SALE, Chestnut Horse, good in harness; alto, strong l-rey Mare (dray). Chetham, Sydney street, Caversham iTIOR SALE, Bicycle, 52-inch; suitable for J beginner; a great bargain. Address "Pedal," Star Office. "ONEY For Sale.—Fine extracted Honey, 6d lb. Richard Thompson, Dalkeith, N.E. Valley. TRIMMED Hats.—Felts from 10a Cd, PIUBh 12i Gd, Straw 7s Cd ; all new goods ; excellent value. Hatß to fit, suit, ana wear. Be quite sure your Hat is bought at 9 Princes Btieet. H. and B. Brownlie. CITIZENS, Beware of Syndicates and hired Professional Ag'tators. Keep Triangle for Gardens for Public. Sharks abroad. *"> E!?PBOTA3M? Widow wishes to Take t\i Care of Child ; terms modeiato; healthy home. Apply Mrs Watts, Maungatua. LOT of Crewel Antimacassars, suitable L for working at school, from Qi to Is Cd. Miss Clough. Mt3id4tf£Wffn»fl i receipt of fresh Novelties in Hats, Caps, Shirts, Braces, TIES, Socks, Gloves, Underclothing, Muf- _ Acts, Silk Handke. chiefs, UmbrAllaa, "Waterproof Coats, and Focball Jerseys. I7IOR SALE, cheap, Horse, Spring cart, and : Harness ; also, Buggy ; together or separate. Larncr, IGB Princes Btreet. JLW last chance of the season. Call early at Pryor's ENUINE Goliath and Lynneans, Rhubarb v,' Roots, Herb Roots; Early Seed Potatoes, comprising Chapman's Early White Elephant, Myatt's Prolific, etc. Pryor, Princes street. OING! Going! Still Going I—Little Dust Pan Clearing Pale. Large fancy Wire Cages, 5s 6d each. ANDSOME Cruets and Teapots, 10s , usual price, 251; fancy Vases and Lamps, half usual prices. '0 Mistake ; the bargains are genuine. If i you don't see what you want, ask for it ALVANISED Baths, Fenders, Iron Cases, vX and Wriccers a specialty at Little Dust Pan Clearing Sale. OASBY'S Digestive Tonic cures Flatulence J Pains after eating between shoulders, Specks before Eyes, Costiveness, Heartburn, Sickness. 'E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any t t quantity. Aithnr M'Donald and Co., Bond street. "TMOST value in Cash given for Second\y hand Pianos. Ohall nge Piano Depot, lOtf George street. R. R. Moss, manager. MPORTANT.—CabIe Cominuucation with Australia interrupted last evening. PRIMROSE SOAP Still in communication with the Public. [a card.] »ORTON AND CLARKE, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, 13 Exchange Court, PRISCES STREET, DUNEDIN. ► OSLYN GYMNASTIC CLUB MEETS J TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS. Junior Division, from 7 till 8 o'clock. 2s per month. Senior Division, from 8 till 10 o'clock. 4s per month. Vacancies for a few members. PRIVATE TUITION. ' MABTER OF ARTS (honors) and Trained dates for the Civil Service, Teachers', University, and Legal Examinations. For further particulars, apply to T. CHEYNE FARME, Banister and Solicitor, N.Z. Insurance Co.'s Buildings, Crawford street, or Canongate street, Dunedin. LAT3IEB' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. fl have much pleasure ia intimating to their Lady Patrons that the Glove Department is fully stocked with Now Winter Gloves of every description—only reliable makes kept in stock. r\. fT t>»» AMH h.va inntninftrtna tn CUmrl Leading Novelties by every Direct Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the newest Promenade, Evening, Riding, and Driving Gloves. LADIES' KID GLOVES—The Ruddigore, Florence, Guyon (with large buttons), Russe de Kason, Pique\ Ohevrette, Ohantilly, etc (4 and C clasp and buttons, black and colors). LADIES' SUEuK GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. Russian Calf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and Aotrachan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined).. LADIES' RIDING GLOVES, in tan dogskin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES' CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety; Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths. OHILD REN'3 GLOVES.- Choice selection,, suitable for the winter season. BROWN, EWING, AND CO..
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