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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. fTK'K perfect fitting Hats and C ps t>y ! V.vtersand Co., the lesdh g fci.-.hionable lirtt manufacturers. WANTED, « good General Servant, Mi! Isaac Stevenson, Mansford Bay. Po. t X"%] ANTED, Boy (about Mi yearn old\ Ahsj:V* Gardener, nrlk cow, etc. Apply J. 1' Wiigbt, Bi ,hopseourt. TANTED for tlio country (near town), » f an experienced Dressmaker to Take Charge. Apply to Robs and Glcndining. WANTED, good General Servant, with rcfcrcnce.i. Apply before noon cr between <i and 8 p.m., Mrs Kerr, Leith street, near TTowe street. ANTED, a Man Cook at once. Apply * y New Zealand Restaurant, Princes 'ANTED, experienced Servant, Nurses, . . Housemaids, Laundresses, Kitchenmaids, Cooks, Dairymaids, Parlormaids, good Servants (with references). Murlev's Agency. TANTED (Thursday), first-class Cook and t / Baker (station); steady billet. Apply Tas. Whyte, Rattray street. fTANTED7 ShirtYlachinists. Mrs Mayer, T V Dowling street (opposite City Hall). WANTED, a General Servant. Applv Mrs Ballantyne, Spring Bank, Cargill street. WANTED, Secondhand Double-seated Buggy; lowest prire and where seen. A G. Watson, Princes street. WANTED To Let, that convenient Dairy Farm, situated at Look-out Point, lately occupied by Robert Sprott, containing about 80 acres. Apply T. K. Sidey, solicitor, Dunodin. WANTED, good Machinists for Griswnld Knitti"<r Machine: also Learners. Mrs Monro, Dpper Walker street. ANTEn Known -,Tint landed, Fletcher'sRapid Oaa "Water-heaters, for hath? and otlrr punvses. Anderson and AToni^on To Tiny, S'ec.ond-hand looks ?*' Braithwaite's Book Arcade. W\NT ?Ft Known—rnrnt r-f Gas Feot Stoves, with rrnanK fnv offices'e.nd shops. Pi ice—large, 255; small, 17s (id. Andcson and Morrison. WANTFA" Parties Mind their own Business, or I shall '»V« n™nren>-r H W Rav. ,/AWi.Ki), young ' oosters, in snv qunnv J tity. Anply Watson, butcher, next Moriis, photograph"! 1 , George street. F" ROrAdDONALD~(76"rrinces"'st.reet) requires Barma'ds. General Servants, Cook», Fitchenmiids, Lad (hotel, town), Boots, Waiter. "RS CHALMERS require. Workii.g T-lousekeeper (country), Cooks, Housemaids. Dairymaid*, Cooks, Laundresses, Youths, useful Cirls, Nur<e, General Servants. wants few Private Dancing *. .i_ Lessons; terms must be moderate. Address "Emily," Albany street Post Office. "OMfEOPATHIC Nmopence, a. u- ?> for 2s, 6 for 3s Cd, 6s dozen ; country orders post free. Loasby. I" ARN'EK, Auctioneer, Removed to I'M tray A.J street next Bank New Zealand ; hi-ge.st furiiture auction room in Duncdin. £7l U R ?K t-TuTEjiictoin &11 positive Curefor Smoky Chimney';* ; guv lantecd. A bury, Cartk street. £OLVRR and Electro-plated Wedding and >") Bi thday Presents; discount 20 per cent, Frank Hyams. r pHOTTS ANDS of New School Books opened. * —Kxercise Books and J-chool requisites cheaper than over. Braithwaite's Arcade. NOR SALE, Lady a and Gentleman* i-:-ding « ' Saddles, nearly new. App'y to John Tiffin, Ayrshire Hotel, Kensington. TO lE'P, comfortable 3, also 4-ronm-d Oott.iges; range, grates, and copper, etc. C-aw ford and Watson, Castle street. TO LET. Shop and House (cheap): also, superior M-roomed House: every convenience, Grange Store, Forth street. TO LET. Two, Four, Five, and Six roomed excellent Houses, corner Melville Walker streets : no trams : home dinner. [ OASBY'S Digestive Tonic Stops Heirt--4 J burn instantaneously ; Cures Flitulence. Constipation, Pains after eating !> tivcen shoulder.". Bottle cures. ftHILIiLAINS.— Tnst;,nt relief, certain nvc. I broken or unbroken, Pike's Chilblain Ointment, Od and Is. Price, chemist, T> EMSiTARDT AND CO., opposite \j Company. give highest prices for Fj.bbitskini in large and small quantities "VfKW ZEALTND~and South Seas Vxhbition. —Persons engaged in the Erection <.; above buildings can get best Meals and Bed" in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, (id—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. /-iHir/BLATNS. Chilblains. Don't forget ™ ' that Marshall's ia the original (invented ISfifi) and best remedy known ; la. "ONFiY om be obtained from R. Francis, i a Octagon (upstairs, next Athci reum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. "EBKRS FITOHRTT AND THOKNTON, ■., Sfibcito's, Manso street, have Afonoy 'o J\end on freehold securities. TLVFR atl ,l Electro-plated Gnod-i nnd Pbie.ks. suitable for preopntations; disoonnt 4s in the I' At Frank HyamsV, Prince-' street. FOP fi'ting Shuts. UndercutliMie. t V]cV", Glnvps. and Witerproof Coats, TMO'-'-T value in 0,-wli given forS'c;ird\j hand Piines. Challenge Piano Depftt, lOfi George street. R. R. Afosx, manager are Caali Buyers of !■• M'y * v qunntit}'. Arthur M'.Oonald and Co. Bond street. T» niIFRT WILSON begs to intimate -e Uu \i general public he has opened the ;il> ve r --t<-ire, and iV.'Ji' for C.i b, at the lowest pos»ib'e r> ie s * in Iho City, sp'cndid Dairy F. <1 B.ison '.MS, Cho- r c of the finest epia'itv. an-' 111 Genrral r rocpries of the very hj st. ote rddress, ?3 George street. "iRDON BROS." (HOTCE and New Ropes t.i be had in 'arge t ' or small lots; cheap." Gordon Bros. Quicks at 7n, 10s, 12s Od. and l!w per 1000.'lordon Bioy. ORPON BROS . Anderson's Ray. T un- ■ „' e'dn—Fruit, Forest, and Or 1 am'ntal Trr's. Rose- 1 , et-. very cheap. ■"VON'T Foig--t Little Dust Pan. Ab-n'nt,p , 9 Sale still continues. Premises To Let Genuine Bargiins now offering. HOTTSANnS of New School Books opened. -Exercise B'oks and School requisites ■ibeappi' tlnn ever. Braithwaite's Arcade. NOT'CE OF REMOVAL, ■ A M E S HOrtSBURGH, *•* EOOKSKI,t.Kn AKD STATIONKII, To 97 George stiett (The Shop lately occupied by Wilkinson and Keddie). TRIVATE TDITrON. REEK, Latin, French, Shorthand, etc., T efficiently taught by a Master of Arts. Apply "A.H.W.." Albany street Post Office. . L I A M PATRICK, ' * 200 Princes street, Can now supply the public with MERINO WKTHRRS, OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, Bred and grazed by John M'Lean, Esq., of Redcastle. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Partnership for some time pa»t carried on at Dunedin between me George M'Gavin. one Alexander AT'G'egor. and one William Henry Smith, und r the stylo or firm of " M'Gavin, M'Oresror, and Smith," as Rrewers. Bottlers, and Maltsters, was dissolved as from the sth elav of April, 1889. All debts die to the sa'd firm must be pai 1 to me, the wid Gjorge M'G.win: and all debts owing by the sa'd firm will be paid by mo.and f alone will in future carry on the paid ifss under the stylo of "M'Gavin and Co." GWORGE M'GAVIN, D. Dooar.AS ATaodonaid, Solictor, Princes etreet, Dunediu,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7925, 5 June 1889
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