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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS TTT ANTED, Girl (1G), used to children; \'\ .references. Apply Mrs Sims, Stuart street, between 10 and 4, street. ANTED To Purchafie, Second-hand Bags. Martin, Watson, and Co , Cctagon. ANTED, for Country Store, a good Baker, Apply W. G. Ncfll, Bond ANTED, a Nursemaid. Apply, after 7 p m., to Mrs William Grcig, Queen’s drive, Mufsclburgh. WarANTED Known, that I, George Norton, y V am a Jobbing Gardener, residing in Catherine street, Caversham. ANTED Known —F. Petersen, next Star Cafe, mikes Boots and Shoes to order; bring ytur repairs. street. ' A X'. TE D To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt ANTED Known- Just landed, Fletcher’s Rapid Caa Water-heaters, for baths and other pm pises. Anderson and Morrison. t u V&7ANTED, a smart Lad for Cutting Room; Vv one win has previous knowledge of trimming ; good opening for smart lad, Mortis and Scelye, Dowling street. ’ANTED, Two Second-hand Bicycles, not over 48 inches diameter. Address “ Bicycle,” Queenstown. WANTED, General Servant; must be a good pla ? n cook. Apply Mrs David Scott, Newmarket Hotel. SPED, a Haberdashery Salesman; one well up in the department. Apply Glecdiuing and Ucbie, Albert Buildings. ANTED’’ Hat-trimmer: also, Tweed Ha ! -fitter; also, active Boy for Shop. A r ply James Muir, hatter. WANTED To Purchase, Bees in gin coses or modern boxes. Richard Thompson, beekeeper, Dalkeith, N.E. Valley. WT£7 ANTED, Employment for a young Girl V? (good hand) at Griswold Stocking Machine, For address, “ Employment” Stab Office. ’ANTED, Four-horse-power Engine and Boiler, horizontal or vertical. Whyte and Co , 104 George street, ’KS DICK Wants .Female Cook, Housemaid (country hotel), Cooks, Laundresses, Laundress (station), experienced Nmse, General Servants. "ES MACDONALD (70 Princes sites') Wants Barmaids, Groks, General Servants, Girls astisfc in Housework, Charwoman. PROVIDENTand Industrial Insurance Company (Offices: N Z Insurance Company's o’d buildings) requires Chief Agent for Dunedin. RS CHALMERS requires immediately experienced Barmaid, Waitresses, Cooks, Housemaids, Kitchcnmaid, General Servants, Working Housekeeper, Youths (country). CANVASSERS Wanted for Advertising Badness in Town and Country ; good commission. H. L. Rosenberg and Co., Mutual Provident Buildings, between 9 30 and 10 SO. TO LET, 5 roomed House, South Dunedin (7s) ; Shop (o.i), Lamer, auctioneer, next Bank ISI.Z. Cl TOP Coughing.—Lsasby’a Irish Moss causes O free expectoration, reduces ir flamraation, stops tickling cough ; b-st remedy bronchitis. TENDERS Invited for Moving and Reinstating Dwelling, etc. Particulars at Mr Myers’s, confectioner, Roslyn. mHEODOLITE Fur Sale (Troughton and .5. Simms), 3 inch Y ; first-class instrument. Address “Vernier,” STail Office. I>IOYCLE For Sale, cheap ; tangent spokes, > ball hearings 8.11 over. J. Coventry, jeweller, Princes street. r CARPENTER’S Large, Doub'o-screw Bench, } also a few good Fowls, to bs sold, cheap. Hr Geddes, Montpellier. MOBNINCTON,— Five-roomed Bay Window Verandah House; i-acro ; L3lO, •ery cheap. Bryant, agent. Dowling street. Beautiful G i oomed House, } AV < ?3xr'Lr acre; magnificent view; easy tmns; marvellously cheap. Evans, Princes street. C CHILBLAINS.—Instant relief, certain cur ) (broken or unbroken ' Piico’s Chilblain Ointment; fid, Is. Price, Walker street. 'OTTOOLS, Silks, Cords, Chenilles, Fancy y V Needlework, cheaper than ever. Ladies, ca’l at Jacobs’s Gift Drput. DRESSMAKING Oasse-.—Mrs Dreaver has Vacancies for Pupils. Every pupil lught fivo days per week, if they can find it mvenient to attend. 171 VERY Pupil Taught To Fit On; not to U look on and see it done, but to do it themselves. MRS DREAVER’S Sister has resumed the Management of tho Class room. Ladies will be carefully taught. DANCING.” Dancing.—St. Paul's Schoolroom. Madame tiamann’s Juvenile and Adult Classes, Wednesday Afternoon and Evening. ADAME HAMANN’S Adult Glasses, i.vjl Tuesday .and Thurtdav Evenings, at her Residence, Fernhill; one guinea per quarter, payab’c in advance. Private lessons. SECOND-HAND Books Bought at Braithw.itc’s Book Arcade. TOASBY’S Digestive Tonic has relieved J hundreds whose life was misery before i aking, Doao relieves; bottle cures. HAVE you seen the Exhibition of nice warm Gloves, Mitts, Mufflers, and Woollen Shirts nt Masters’s ? HAVE yin seen the Exhibition of latest fashion Hats—-all colors and prices—at A. Masters’# *i ’rTIMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Dcpfit, 105 George street. R, R. Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Go,, Bond street. 'ILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Book*, and School Requisites, Cheaper Iban ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade, CiHILBL AINS. Chilblains. Don’t forget / that Man hall's Is the original (invented 18G6) and best remedy known ; la. REMSHARDT AND GO., opposite Union Company, give highest prices for Rabbitskins in large and small quantities. 7TEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhffiition.—Persons engaged in the Erection above buildings can get best Meals and Beds town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street utb. Meals, 6d—at all hours, Beds, Is. ight porter kept. 'ONEY can he obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenaeum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. BSSRS FITOHBTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Loud on freehold securities. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. RENDERS arc invited till noon of THURSDAY, the 20th inst,, for the ERECTION ART GALLERY BUILDINGS in Vogel JAMES HISLOP. Architect. lowling street. iTUTORY NOTICE IS HEREBY 3IVEN that Three By-laws which the Harbor Board prepares to adopt have printed, and tho same are now open to i inspection during office honvs at the of the said Board : and that a SPECIAL PING of the said Board will bo held on RSDAY, the 20th day of June, 1889, for ing the same or an amendment thereof. ;ed this 12th day of June, 1880. JOHN L, GILLIES, Secretary. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. 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SPECIAL.—4S pieces of Ashburton Dress Tweeds in selected designs ; twenty patterns to pick, from; cannot bo surpassed for firstclass value; only 23d per yard; any length cut. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.
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