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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BARTER'S GREAT SALE now in full *J swing; desperate bargains in all departments. 7 ANTKD, young Men Sell Small Goods. t i Apply, at once, Spears andj West's Bakery, opposite Museum, King street. ANTED, a General Servant. Apply ' before twelve to-morrow, Mrs i). Stronaeb, Rockytitle, Caverßbam. RANTED, Engagement as Mormng or » J Nursery Governess to Young Children, Address " Monitor," Albany street P.O. r ANTKD To Hire, for about four months, v t al2 h.p. Portable Boiler. Apply to Box 222, Dunedin Pobt Office. ANTED, small Furnished Room, with * * fireplace; n»e of kitchen; rent, fis weekly; central. " Q.," Star Office, 'ANTED, respectable young Girl as T » General Servant; two in family. Apply Singer, next Dr Batchelor's, between G, 8. "ANTED, steady Lad, about IS; good ' driver and milker ; one can plough preferred. R. Ing 9, Tomahawk. 'ANTED, Man for Garden Work; also » T Rabbit Dog (lurcher or strong greyhound). James Curie, Elgin road, Mornington. WANTED, good General Servant; able to cook; references required. Mrs Kettle, Heriot row. ANTED, for Housework, Girl .ibout 10. t » Apply Mrs Walker, Forth street, between St. David and Dundas streets. ANTED, a few Luugstroth Beehives and -- - Bees; complete, in good order. "Waxy," Star Office. TAN TED To Buy Ale and Porter v » Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. I 7 ANTED Known—Just landed, Fletcher's ▼ » Rapid Gas Water-heaters, for baths and other purposes. Anderson and Monison. ANTED, useful Girl for Housework. ' Apply Hardie's Store, Stuart street. J ANTKD, respectable Girl assist HouseT » work; sleep at home. Mrs May, Cumberland street, near Hanover street. 'ANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte; » v terms, 10s (id per quarter. Address " Teachei," Star Office. 'ANTED, people to no work for us for » , the coining New Zealand Exhibition. L2 to L. r > per week ran be made at homo by persons of either sex. New business; no canvassing, no talking, :io walking required, Big success Anyone can do it. Capital not required. We start you. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Full particulars and instructionß mailed on receipt of a twopenny stamp. Now is the time. Don't delay. Write at once If you want to malm money. Address H. E. Stirling, P 0. Box 27'., Dunedin. BARTER'S GREAT SALE now in lull j swing; desperate bargains in all departments. TANTED, competent Hand, to work t / Griswold Knitting Machine. Apply Mrs Sheeran. 150 George street. ANTED, good Needlewoman ; thorough » t knowledge of family work; good home; moderate salary. Address "Home," Star Office. WANTED, by Widow, Offices to Cleau or general Household Work during forenoon. "8.C.," Albany street Post Office. WANTED. Two steady Men or Boys to Cut Bag Wood. Apply Mrs Murcott, store, Cumberland street. 'ANTED, Business Man with Capital a* w y Partner; heat paying line N.Z, "Capital," Star Office. WANTED Known—Just landed, a shipment of Gas Foot Stoves, with guards, for offices and shops. Price—large, 255; small, 17s 6<l. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED Known—Miss Wilson a Cutting and Fitting Classes, 176 George street. Commodious rooms for use of pupils. ANTED, a respectablo Girl, to assist in , , Housework; sleep at home. Mrs Esquilanfc, Canongate streets 'ANTED, a good General Servant. Apply t » Mrs Mason, Crosby street, Glen, Mornimrton. 'ANTED, active Girl, used to Houset t work. For address apply M'Pherson's Store, corner Frederick and Leith streets. ANTED, kind, Motherly Person to v v Adopt a Baby Boy, about 8 months, "J.D.," Stab Office. "RS CHALMERS, Labor Exchange, re- . quires experienced Barmaid, Working Housekeeper, Housemaids (hotels), Waitresses, Housegirls, Youths (club, farms). "VTURSEGIRL for Country; wages. 7s per 131 week. Apoly Mrs Wilaon, Wellpark Brewery, Water of Leith, >OOT Trade. Several Machinists and ► Fitters Wanted, Burrow's Boot Factory, Stafford street, Dunedin. BS MAODONALD, 70 Princes street, Wants at once—General Servants (references), Housemaids (hotels and private), Barmaids. IERMANENT Tenant requires comfortable Four-roomed House, with small workshop preferred. All particulars "Domus," Star Office. "ILLIONS of Now School Bookß, Exercise . Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite's Book Arcade, "ADAMS HAMANN'S Juvenile Class . will Meet Tuesday Afternoon, instead of Wednesday next, at 4 o'clock. TO LET, Furnished Cottage; five minutes from P. 0.; suit bachelor; 7sCd, Fitzhardinge Jow?s, 95 Princes street. TO LET, comfortable broomed House, 4s 6d weekly. Apply No. 2 Leith avenue, near Clyde street bridge. O LET (Eglinton), Four-roomed Cotrage, good fruit garden; seven shillings. Bernshardt, opposite Union Company. J_ Houses; every convenience. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street, next Bank. TAGO Hounds will Meet at Pine Hill, To-morrow, 25th inst., at 2.30 p.m. JO Furniture Makers.—Send yoar Furniture to Larner's; immediate sale; cash advanced. Rattray street,'next Bank N.Z. (ARTER'S. GREAT SALE now in, full I swing; desperate bargains in all departments, " '
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