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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7944, 27 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 'ANTED Known —H. Burrows, boot- ' maker, Maclaggan Htrett (opposite Police Court). Boots and Shoes neatly Repaired ; work and material guaranteed. Work done while waited for, W~~ ANTED," l.ad, for Boot" Trade; age 14. Sim.m J'.i'u,, George street, near TANTED, respectable Woman to take ▼ » charge of Baby. Apply Mrs Fiab, Labor Exchange. ANTED, 100 Dozen Sauce Bottles; t - Ugliest pi ice ; in any quantities, Poiter's Produce Stoic, King street north. TANTED, General Servant. Apply Mrs » / A. Stewart, corner of Regent road and Forth place. ANTED, a Handy Man; one who can do » » blacksmith work. Apply to Mr Andrew Hamilton. Exchange Court. "ANTED, a rcapectab'o G'rl, oble to * » wash. Mrs Brundell, Oastle street, 3rd house from Frederick treet. TAKTED, Situation as Nursery Goverw t ness ; references; town or country; (•mall salary. Address "Music," Stab. Office. ANTBD, Rood Goneral Servant; able to » t cook; references required. Mrs Kettle, FTeriot row. "RS DICK Wants Housekeeper (country), a.t a Female Cook. Housemaid, same (hotel), experienced General Servants, Housemaids, Nurres. Girh.
"RS BARRATT, Princes street, wants 14 General Servants (15s), Cook. Laun. dress, Housemaid, Waitress, Barmaids (leadirg IhMh). \\VO y-.uiig Ladies want to Correspond with m T'vo youn? Gentlrmen, with view to matr'-> <my (enclose photo). Address " Bertha and Violet," Albany street Post Office. '"I" 0 LET, in York place. 4-roomed House. ' Apply A. Anderson, 2G Rattray ftreet. 0 LET. convenient Five-roomed House , (bath), Manor place, adjacent Lees street. Apply Stewart, next house. TOASBY'S Digestive Tonic is positive .«-.i Cure; singlo dose relieves heartburn, flatulence, water-bra*h, pains after eating, conssipation. IFK Policies. Cash advanced thereon; ■_J low interest, easy repayment. London Loan and Dißount Society. Manse street. INAL Clearing Sale of Mr W. M'Beath's * Stock of Drapery and Clothing. Every line reduced. Bargains in all EI'ARTMENTS. Hundreds of Buyers ■, j- admit that this is the most Oenuiue Sale ever held in Dunedin. HIS Sale requires no price to re quoted. Kvoiy line marked down must be sold. , A.MIJS Common's, the Homoeopathic . Cure for Unbroken Chilblains, quickly cures; stops all irritation; Is. Marshall, chemist. COUGHS and Colds soon cured by using Marshall's Cough Elixir; best remedy in the market; Is Cd. Marshall, chemist. fj Improved Patent Gas Fires. Anderson and Morrison. UGAR has gone up, but Masterx's Hats can - - be obtained, from 3s Cd to 12a Cd— all shape?, all sizes, and all colors.
NOTHER Rise in Wool—but our Woollen L Shirts, Pants, Socks, and Under-shirts are extra good value, A. Masters and Co,, hat and cap manufacturers. INGLEWOOD Kindergarten.—Quarter commences Monday, First July; ages, four to eight. Mrs and Miss K*te Grant. INFANTS' Wool Hoods, Boots and Shawls, Words, Silks, Embroidery, Cottons, Now Needlewnik (latest stylos). Miss Clous;h. Wnldon's Bonks of Patterns, Priggs's Transfers, Lfidifs' and Children's Dresses Traced for Braidins. INDIGKSTtON Cured by Dr Freeman's Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. J\ • chemist, corner Walker and Princes streets. Letter for you. MONEVcan bo obtained from R. Francip, Octsgon (upstairs, next Athenaeum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. MYTHIES Patent Fire-raiser reduced to lis . . fid and 7s Cd. J. Farra, tinsmith, etc., Stafford street, Books Bought at Braithwtitc's Book Arcade. 'TMOST value in Cash given for Secondv hand Pianos. Challngo Piano Depot, 105 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. 7TE are Cash Buyers of RaVibitskitiß in any V quantity. Aithur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. ' OAPBV'h So'vent has repeatedly cured si J lon<:-'dandiDg Corns after every other remedy faih d ; causes no pain. TAGO Sunday Fchool Union. The Tenohrra' Preparation Meeting will Not be held This Werk. W. T. Todd, Pecretary.
PAINTERS Society of Otago.-Members nro requester! to Attend Special Meeting, at Coffee Palace, Monday, July Ist, at 8 p.m. J. Knowles, president. 0.0. F. Degree Meeting To-night, 8 • o'clock, Rattray street Hall, to confer Degrees. LL SAINTS' Schoolroom having been i 1 considerably enlarged and improved, may now bo Hiied for Concerts, Meetings, and other purposes upon application to the Rev. A. R. Fitchett. All Saints' Parsonage; or to Mr C. Grater, 6 Exchange Court, Princes street. RNDERS are invited till noon of Tuesday, „ 2nd July, for REPAIRS at Duncdin Hospital. MASON AND WALES, Architects. BOROUGH OF NORTH-EAST VALLEY. TENDER 5 ! will be received ti'l 7 o'clock p.m. of Fiiday, the 28th inst.. for the Supply and Delivery of 2noyd*i of 2sin Maintenance Metal for the Main rond ; . Alternate tender for Hand or Machine-broken. EDMD. JNO. SCHLOTEL, Town Clerk. North-east Valley, June 25,1889. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. WHILR Thanking my Friends and Cus* tomers for their liberal support during the past Three and a-half Years, I be? to inform them that I have Disposed of my Business to Mr Archd. Miller, and in so doing I respectfully solicit a continuance of your patron* age on my successor, who, I am convinced, will g*ve eveiy satisfaction to those who favor him with their Oiders. SINCLAIR PEDEN AND CO.
AROHD. MILLER (successor to Sinclair Pcden and Co.), TEA. COFFEU, AND PROVISION MEIV CHAKT. A wellas;orted Stock of Groceries of Finest Qualities always on hand.Hamp, Bacon, Butter. Cheese, and all Farm and Df.iry Produce a Specialty. Your Patronage respectfully solicited. Address—--155 GEORGE STREET (between Hanover and Frederick streets, Duuedin). DUNEDIN POULTRY, PIGEON, AND CANARY SHOW. T7INTRIE9 CLOSE ON SATURDAY, 29th 'j JUNE. Entry forms on application to W. Aitken, Arcade, or R. Brownlie, secretary, Regeit road. The cecretaty will be in attendance at <ho Society's room, Standard Insurance Buildings, on Saturday evening, from 7 to 10 o'clock. B. BROWNLIE, Hon. Sec. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL LTNES. TWO SPECIAL LTNES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. can with confidence request Heads of Families to Inspect the following Two Special Lines of Boys' Clothing : FIRST LINK.—7S Boys' Mottled Cord Suits, sizes from 1 to 8, prices 9s 6d to 17s 6d; decidedly natty looking and very durable; specially adapted for this climate. SECOND LINE. —l3O Boys' and Youths' Colonial Tweed Overcoats, with detached cape, selected patterns, and our own manufacture. All Sizes in Stock, prices from 17s 6d to 25a. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILK CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO PPRCIAL LINES. yCWO SPECIAL, LINES.
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