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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTb PRIMROSE SOAP (Registered). Sole Makers: THE QUEEN SOAP COMPANY. WANTED To Let, 2 Rooms, suitable for widow; 3s per week. Apply Lotland Cottage, Pandas street. WAN lED To Purchase, small Secondhand Water-engine ; not over one h.p. App'y “ R ,” Box 4, Post Office. ANTED Known—F. Petersen, next Star Cafe, makes Boots and Shoes to order; bring ycur repairs. \\T ANTED, few Beginners for Drawiog, Vt Painting (oil ami water colors); losper quarter ; would attend pupils at home. Address “A,A.,” Star Office. \\T ANTED, a Girl to assist in Housework ; V? fond of children. Mrs Wood, Glen road, WANTED, a Cook and Laundress, competent to take charge of the house, Mra Chaa. R Chapman, George street. SEND Bighteenpenco to * Ston ’s Directory ’ Office, 79 Princes street, for twelve monthly issues ‘ ABC Guide.’ ANTED, an intelligent Lad; one with previous knowledge of trimming preferred. Morris and Seelye, Dowling street. WANTED, Man, Hawk Fancy Goods; to likely man good wages will he given, Matheson’a Store, Mornington WANTED Known—School Books of every description now on hand at Mathesoms Store, Mornington. XXT ANTED (Monday morning). Cook for Rabbit squad ; good long job; 2nd Cook (leading hotel), town. Skene. XXTANTED, Two smart young Girls, at W onco. Apply Dunedin Cardboard Box Factory, Cumberland street. WANTED, an Office Boy; 1 J from school preferred. Apply in own handwriting, Mr .T. A. Millar, Seamen’s Union, Rattray street. WANTED, 5 or G-roomed House; Roslyn preferred; rent must be moderate. Ay>ply “ X Z.,” STAR Office. WANTED, Purchasers for ‘ Wild Will Enderbv ’ and ‘ George Washington Pratt.’ Pi ire fid. R. T, Wheeler, Stafford street, WANTED, Everyone to Attend Dance on Tuesday Evenings in M'Farlane’s Hall, Maclaggan street. Ladies invited, WANTED Let, Three, Four-roomed Cottige; suit workine man; Maitland street. Ikek Bros., Upper Walkei street. \\ 7ANTRD, young Girl, about sixteen, to assist : n General Housework ; referNo. 2, Eg'inton. WANTED, ftrm-g Boy; one able to milk an 1 do a little gaidening preferred. For address, apply to Mrs Ellis, Kensington. WANTED Known—G. Maidmont, Bootmaker, Arcade. Special attention given to Repairs, Charges moderate. 'ANTED, good Shirt Machinist Learners and Improvers at once : holiest wages; constant work by tho year. Mrs Wisby, Cumberland street, near Albany street, XXT'ANTBD, a good Second-hand WholcVv plate Camera and Lens; Ross or Dallmeyer prefoired. Apply, stating teims, to “ P.E.T f tar Office. ANTED, a good Second-hand Doubleseated Buggy. Apply “ A Star Office. TXJANTED, Situation as Clerk, Salesman, V V or Buyer ; seven years’ < xperience of grain and produce trade; or Clerkship any other line. “J. 3,” Star Office. _ __ ANTED To Buy Left-off Clothing of any description ; and has on hand For Sale a good assortment of Left-off Boots and Shoes, all sizes. Bornaul Orcv, general dealer, Maclagvan street (verandah house opposite Mr Banded's, family butcher). W street. ANTED To Sell, 2 Cows, near calving. Apply T, Collins, N.E. Valley. ANTED To Rent, Shop with dwelling, in or near town, Apply Store, Albert XT ANTED, One or Two good, sound v Agencies or Commissions (knows coun- ) on own account. Reply by letter, W. ippelthwaite, Cargill road, South Dunedin. X 7 ANTED, by an elderly Person, Situation v as Housekeeper or Attendant; good erences. “ L.D.,” St R Office. ST ANTED, Cook and Laundress; assist in v Housework ; references required, Mrs openy, High street. ST ANTED, One or Two Offices to Clean by V trustworthy Person. Address “E.R.,” .r Office. IT ANTED Known—-That W. Cuttle, South V Dunedin, buys Furniture in any ,nfity. Highest price given. WANTED Known—Thos. Sime is now prepared to take orders in Jewellery and Watchmaking. Princes street (upstairs), next Exchange Court, XXTANTED Known—F. Himmel, CumberV v land street, Repairs Accordions and Concertinas, Hand Organs, Fans, Carving Forks, Clarionets, Flutes, Clocks, Jewelry, etc. r ANTED Known—Paterson and Burk, f Venetian Blind and Shutter Works, art street. Repairs executed; materials XX7 ANTED Known - Just landed, Fletcher’s V* Rapid Gas Water-heaters, for baths and other purposes. Anderson and Morrison. WOOLS. Silks, Cords, Chenilles, Fancy Needlework, cheaper than ever. Ladies, ca'l at Jacobs’s Gift DepAt. WINTER Clothing for Men and Boys.— Best assortment in the Colony ; extraordinary value. Clothing Factory, Octagon. WAGES Dispute at Brunnerton, Gieymouth; Coal Winers keep away. WANTED Known Make no mistake. Watches thoroughly Cleaned, ss; Mainsprings, 4s 6d. Peter Dick, upstairs, next Athenaeum. WANTED Known—Just landed, a shipment of Gas Foot Stoves, with guards, for offices and shops. Price—large, 25a; small, 17a 6d. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED, Cooks, Laundresses, General Servants for stations (L3G), Laundresses, Nurses, Housemaids, Waitresses, Cooks; re r erences. Mnrley’s Agency. WANTED, a competent Nursegitl. Apply to Mr Walter Gow, Glen avenue, Mornington. WANTED, in an artist’s home, a Lady to Help in the House, receiving in exchange Board and free Education in Art, Address “ Beta,” Post Office. WANTEDKnown— Jewellery neatly and promptly repaired; Watches Cleaned, 4s fid (guaranteed eighteen months); Mainsprings, 4i; Clocks Cleaned, 2s fid. At H, H. Bailey’s, 29 Royal Arcade. ANTED To Let, convenient Dairy Farm, with 4-roomed house and outhouses, situated at Look-out Point (Oaversham), lately occupied by Robert Sprott, containing about 80 acres. Apply T. K. Sidey, solicitor, Dunedin. WANTED, Settlers to know we are Buyers of Dandelion Roots in quantity, Kompthorne, Prosser, Ltd. TO Farmers and Landowners.—Wanted to Rent, 300 to 500 Acres of suitable Flat Moist Lind to grow One Season’s Crop of Linseed, or to Purchase. Apply Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co. 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, EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys.—Splendid variety; 7s fid to 50s, Clothing Factory, Octagon. STONE’S Train, Steamer, Tramoar, and Coach ‘ ABC Monthly Guide and Diary.’ Full advertisement on this page. OILBT Tables, Washstands, Dressing Chests in endless Variety and exceptionally low prices, at Hooper and Co.’s, Octagon.
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