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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7943, 26 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. C'iARTKIV.S GKEAT SALE a decided suc_y i-pss Fresh Bargains daily. In H[>iti- uf the lud weather, Oiirev'a fstaWyimi'iifc crowded witli hiryeis; call early. WANTED, a Mother's Help for private family; English person preferred. Apply "Box 180," Post Office.
WANTED, 2 Boys, about 14, for boiler Bhop. Apply K. S. Sparrow and Co. 'ANTED, strong, active Gir), general » t must be clean and tidy. Apply Macfatlane, grocers, Princes street. T ANTED (immediately), Apprentices for » » the Dressmaking. Mrs Marshall, Lower York place. AM'ED, Lad, ns Krrand Boy, Wikin- ' son, chemist, Medical Hall. \Sjrr ANTED Known—Hall's Steam Baths, V» for the speedy removal of Coughs, Colli?, Rheumatism, Lumbago, or other pains. Hall's Turkish Baths, for comfort and cleanliness, nothing to equal them in the colonies. Octagon, 7ANTKD Known—Justjjlanded, a ship- , , ment of Gas Foot Stovo3, with guards, for offices and shops. Price —large, 255; small, 17s fid. Anderson and Morriflon. \\J ANTED, a tidy, respectable young Girl. Apply Schoolhous •, North-eaßt Valley. TANTED, by a Lady, Situation in any . / useful capacity; country preferred. "Miss R.," Chief Post Oflice, Dunedin. \\! v » Rapid Gas Water-heaters, for baths and oilier purposes. Anderson and Monison. WANTED, kind Person to take charge of Boy, 18 months; state terms. "Boy," St a it Office. 7ANTED To Rent, Furnished Bedroom , / and Sitting Room; South DincJi preferred. Addrcsi "Moderate," Staii Office. Widow proferred. YANTEdV for QrUwold , / Machine. Apply Mrs Barralt, corner Cargill road and M'Glashan street. WANTED, attractive young Lady as Barmaid for Private Bar; reference required. Address "Barm»id," iSTAit Office. WANTED, tidy, resectable Girl to assist in Housework. Mrs Popon, Chatsworth House, George street. WANTED, large Room, suitable for Manufaetin lag Purposes; central, good light, clean; state terms. "Manufacturer," Box 31. AM.&D, experienced Nursemaid, able , . take change Baby and Young Children. Apply Mrs Whitsoii, Gea:ge street north. "ANTED, a young Man of gentlemanly , t appearance, to act as Instructor. Apply Palace Rink, at onca. ANTED, good General Servant; able to . . cook; references required. Mrs Kettle, Ilei iot row. WANTED (Thursday), Blacksmith (country); wages, SOs. Apply Jas, Whyte, Rattray street. WANTED, a age between 25 and 35; one having experience with invalids proferred. Apply in the first instance, with references, to Mrs Lindsay Mackie, corner of George and Union streets, before 12 o'clock or after 6 o'clock, To-morrow or Fridav.
i ai\ Lai), a good Cencral Servant. Apply Mrs Mason, Crosby street, Glen, Moruington. SKENR Wants 2 Ploughmen, 1 Station Cook, 1 Station Gardener, 2 farm Laborer?, 2 Dairy Lads. MRS CHAI MERS requires Houso Tablcmaiil (two in family L'jO), Working Hoiisfkeeper (country), Cooks, Laundrefses, Housemaids (hotels). MRS FISH Wants Working Housekeeper (station), General Servants (hotels, 15s), Dairymaid.-, useful (lids, Housemaids MRS BARRATT Wants Female Cooks, Gonotal Servants (12a, 1 .".<), Housemaids, Walti'Cßs, useful Girls, Barmaids, Parh-imrnds, Daily maids. rnO LET, Grazing," Paddock.' well I fi-nceJ, B ooJ grass, and wat.r. IS. 11. Smith, Sawyers Bay. F yi'U have uot been, go ; if .1. sure to go ainin to srnuie OOMI', of the Fresh Crumbs sweeping up daily during Great Pale pievious to Rciiioval. Little Dust Tan. ]''ine PREMISES are To Lot; Stock must bo sold. If you don't see what you want, ask inside. ~ - - _jr ca t ft-roomed Voiandah Cot- - ■., tage, West Pnnediu; every convenietico; bargain; small doposit. Bryant, Dowling street. TARNER'S Auction Boom largest hi J Duncdin. Persons having Goods for Sale, send to LarneiV, next Bank N.Z. BiIUKJM.ruKB, Harness, Buggies, eto., for V Privato Sale. Money advanotd on Goodp. Large Show Rooms ; everybo 'y invited. REMEMBER Mrs Dreaver'g Extraordinary Cheap Sale ; never such bargains before; Long Jackets, 12?, 15s (id, and 20i IHORT Jackets, 5s lid, 7s Gd, 10a (id, vd ~J 1?< 0.1; Russian Cloaks, ISi OJ to cOd—worth 50s. Mrs Dreaver's. HBKIT Rush for Ladies' Flannel' Skirts *7T . r w lid, beautifully embroidered with silk. S'e 5 windows. Mrs Dreaver's, SHAG Point Coal from the new seam is of very superior quality. Hancock and Co., K*iisinp;ton. Chilblain Ointment is the best remedy known ; cures broken and unbroken ; Is. M. Marshall, chemist.
JMYTHIES' Patent Fire-raiser reduce! to Ga O 6d and 7s Gd. J. Farra, tinsmith, etc., Stafford street. SECONDHAND Books Bought at Braithw.«itc's Book Arcade. TMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depot, 100 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. E are Cash Buyers of Rahbitslrins in any . . quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond Btreet. REMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union ) Company, give highest prices for Babbitskins in large and srojUl quantities. TO- NIG Ht7—G rca tlubbing ~of*OlTilblains; Dutton's Red Cross Ointment; one rubbing cures ; chemists and storekeepers. WANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. TEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibi.l tion. —Persons engaged in the Erection ai above buildings can get best Moala and Bedc in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, Gd—at all hours. Bed?, Is. Night porter kept. MESSRS FITCHETT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Manse Btreet, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. CARTER'S GRKAT SALE a decided success —Fresh Bargains daily. In spite of the bad weather, Carter's Establishment crowded with buyers; call early. RENDERS Wanted, till Saturday, 2!)Dh, at noon, for Removing 9-roomed House and Outbuildings, S£ miles from Brighton, and Roerocting same at Brighton. Specifications and naiticulars from Joseph Gariick, next Moore's, saddler, Maclnggan street. 10 HOTELKKKPERi?. / ANTKD, Situation as Barmaid, by ' thoroughly respectable Young Lady Address "K.M.," 'Evening Press Office, Wellington.
"MPOUNDED at Roslyn, one Red-and-whito - Heifer (no apparent brands), by Mr R. Gray, Kaikorai. If not released, and expenses paid, to be sold on the Bkb day of July, 1889, at 12 o'clock noon. CHARLES WEDGE, Poundkeeper, WALTON PARK COAL. HE COAL COMING OUR DEEP DRIVE NEVER BEEN SURPASSED. Sold by all respectable Dealers, DUNEDIN COURSING MEETING. i- ALL-AGE STAKE, at L2 each, will be tun. Nominations with full particulars close at 10 p.m. on THURSDAY, 27th. HARRY L. JAMES, Secretary,
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