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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS WAGES Dispute at Brunnertou, Gicymouth; Coal Miners keep away. ANTED, an Electro-plater; must be a good workman, and alao have knowledge of bronzing. Anderson and Morrison. ANTED, Customers to Purchase 17. r ) cases Cooking Apples, 2d lb ; Oranges, 2o a shilling; 10 cases Ripe Pears; Prunes ; Figs; Dates, 6J lb. Fruit Market, Arcade. ANTED, a respectable Girl for General Housewoik. Apply Mrs Ballantyne, Sprinebank, Cargill street. _ WAN ) ED, Praneottn Rifle in exchange Holland and Holland (cartridges ten shillings thousand); trial given. Box 120. WANTED Known—Poison laid for Doga on Section 22, Kiikland Hill, Roslyn. William Ness, WANTED, Two experienced Canvass era, to take orders for Books just out. R, Francis, Octagon, upstairs, next Athenaeum. WANTED, a good Kilnman, accustomed to d'jing Oats. Anderson and Co., Manor place. ANTED To Lot or Sell, the Coalyard in Clarendon street, so long occupied by Mr Whitburn, with Six-roomed House, Fourstalled Stable, and Coal Stage. Apply Mr Whitburn, next door. WANTED Known James M‘Carmack, Chimney Sweep, PortChalraers. Orders left Mr Ferry, carter, promptly attended to, Wf ANTED To Buy, 3-roomed House and Vy Section ; hill preferred ; sea view. Address “ Moderate,’ STAR Oflice. WANTED, Girl (16) for Housewoik. Mrs Maitland, Leith street, corner Frederick street. _ WANTED, a strong Girl (about 14) fo 1 Housework; sleep at h-rne. Apply No. 1 Sheen terrace, Frederick street, Roslyr. viTANTvT) Known Make no mistake. Vy Watches thoroughly Cleaned, - r n; Mainsprings, 4s 6d. Peter Dick, upstairs, next Athemeum. ___ WANTED Known-Just landed, a shipment tf Gas Foot Stoves, with guards, for offices and shops. Price—large, 255; small, 17s Gd. Anderson and Morrison. /CANVASSERS Wanted for Advertising \) Business in Town and Country; good commission. H. L. Rosenberg and Co., Mutual Provident Buildings, between 9.30 and 10.30. li/TRS DICK Wants (to-uight) House--IVI maid (hotel, towi), experienced Nurses (references', Laundress (station). Mrs Dick, next Criterion, npRAIINED Nurse Wants Situation, atte-d J. Inva’id or charge of Children: good reference-!, and testimonials. ‘ Nurse,’’ Star Office. MRS FISH Wants (urgently) Housemaids (hotels), Second Cook, Pantrymaid, General Servants, useful Girls, Cook and Laundress. BEAT Assortment of Waterproofs.—Every Coat sewn throughout ; all sizes ; 25s to 70s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. WE again invite all to sec our Grand Display of Prime Meat. J. Wright, butcher, Caveraham. 1 i"k|Y/hLB Kumeras or Sweet Potatoes ; X VVV really a great delicacy. Obtainable only at Pryor’s, Princes street. IflOR SALE, quiet Gow; good milker; just ■ at calving. Apply Taylor, Maple Hill, North-east Valley. FOR SALE, “ Rndgo” Safety Bicycle, in good outer; cheap. Alexr. Bagley, Octagon Dispensaiy, 8 George street. FOR SALE and Removal, Pour-roomed House, Caversham ; range, ttnk, glass verandah. Apply Allen, bootmaker, Caversham. liTOR SALE, Two good Working Ferrets. ' Address “ C.O hTAK Office. FOR SALE, Four Covered Expresses, Cain, Spring Carts, Drays, Harness, Saddleiy. etc., etc. H Alexander, South Dunedin. TO LET, Premises next Royal George Hotel, lately occupied by R. Brown and Co., drapers. App’y D. Douglas Macdonald, solicitor, Princes street. TO LET, Shop and House, 10 rooms; stables, outhouses. Apply D. Brawn, High street, Roslyn. TO LET, very nice Cottage, 5 rooms; hath, copper, eic.; on hill. John Reid and Sons. __ nnO LET, superior Five-roomed House and I Sculleiy (water laid on, every convenience), overlooking Can«broolc Ciicket Ground. Thomson, Biidger, and Co., Princes street. f JTO LET, superior Plastered 5-roomed House, I fronting Belt, near terminus Queen’s drive; all conveniences; fruit and flower garden good order. G. H. Smith, Maori Hill. fB"lO LET, comfortable 5-roomed House; i. evi ry convenience; good view. Apply D. Pullicrland’s Store, High street. Roslyn. LET, Elder Cottage, 5-roomed Housewater laid on ; Canongate, near ScouTar and Chisholm’s workshop, Stentiford, Maclaggan street. RIMMED Hats—Felt, Plush, Chip, Straw" 7s Gd, 10s Gd, 12s Gd, 15s Gd ; Mourning Hats and Bonnets, 7s Gd, 10a Gd; all L cah, nice new goods. Be quite sure you buy your Hat at 9 Princes street—P. and B. Brownlie’s, Locust Beans—the rage—sellingquickly ; try them, Pryor, 02 Princes street. EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Mon and Boys.—Splendid variety; 7s Gd to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. ROAST Beef from 2d; Core* 1 and Boiling from lid; excellent quality. W. Duke, butcher, George street. F>AINTERS. Members Old Painters’ 3. Society requested to meet Coffee Palace, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. John Randle, President. ROSLYN Bowling Club's Annual Meeting To-night at 8 o’clock at Council Chambers. TRIMMED, Felt, and Straw Hats, 7s 6d ; hats all reduced; call early. Misses Dow, 14 George street YES, fine Premises To Let Stock Clearing, almost any sacrifice; absolute sale; everything greatly REDUCED in Prices. Just see the Crumbs sweeping up, Great Sale, Little Dust Pan. Step INSIDE if you don’t see what you want. Everything at temptation prices during fale. Little Dust Pan. ASTHMA —Why suffer '! Instant relief afforded. Price’s Asthma Powder, 2s, 3s Gd. Price, chemist, corner Walker, Princes streets EVERYBODY Invited to Look through Larner’s Auction Boom ; large furniture showroom. Rattray street, next Bank N. Z. LOASBY'S Digestive Tonic Cures Heartburn, Flatulence, Palpitation, Pains after eating, Spe .ks before Eyes. 2a Gd. METZ’S Baths are undoubtedly the Best in Town; cleanliness and civility, with plenty hot water, Is. GREAT Bargains in Millinery, Jackets Ulsters for next six weeks at Mrs Gill’s. A NNUAL Clearing Sale. Genuine reductions of all New Goods to half-price at Mrs Gill’s. ■f K Dozen Trimmed Hats and Bonnets XOv from 3s lid to 21s—were 10s Gd to 03s. At Mrs Gill’s, SPECTACLES. —Cheapest, largest, and bes Stock in New Zealand ; suit all sights, Macarthur’s, 38 Princes street. PECTACLBS made to Oculists’ Prescriptlons; perfect fit guaranteed; reasonable charges. Macarthur, Oculists’ Optician, 38 Princes street. STOPPING, troublesome Watches accurately Repaired; perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Jewellery tastefully and carefully repaired. Macarthur, 38 Princes street, XTTMOST value in for SecondU hand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depdt, 106 George street. R, R. Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M’Donald and Co., ! Bond street. CHILBLAINS. Chilblains, Don’t forget that Marshall’s is the original (invented 1866) and beat remedy known; Is. T) E MEM HER—The most varied Assortment JLV and the beat quality Fruit is obtainable at Pryor’s, Princes street. ' MILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade, K Japanese Fans at 3d each; 2,500 OvvV Terracotta Figures, Is—worth 8s« Jacobs’s Gift Dep&t. RIPE Winter Nelis Pears, Sydney and Tahiti Oranges, New Dates, Figs, Prunes, Ginger, pure Confectionery. Silverstone. ORANGES, Oranges; 80 cases Cooking Apples, 6 pounds shilling; Bating Apples, 3d; Figs, Prunes, Dates, 6d pound; Eating, Cooking Pears; good variety Confectionery, cheapest in town. A. Fraser’s Exhibition Fruit Emporium, Royal Arcade.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889

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