LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. H AVE YOU USED PRIMROSE SOAP? DRAPERY.— Wanted, a thoroughly exre- > ienced Man to take charge of the Manchester Department; to a suitable man a permanency. Garter and Co, GREAT Day To-morrow (Saturday).—Bargains in every department throughout the house. A. and T. Inglig. EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys —Splendid variety; 7s 64 to 50a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. WANTED, smart Girl for Housework. Apply Mrs Low, Tamora House, High street, one o’clock Saturday. WANTED, polite young Girl assist in house. Mrs Procter, Maitland street (top of Walker street). WANTED, Washing and Cleaning by the day (3s); reference if required. Address “ A 8.,” Stab Office. UJ ANTED, a General Servant. Mr Coventry, Cumberland str.et (three doors north side of Albany street). WANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. WANTED Known—Copper Washing Boilers and Furnace Cases, all sizes, supplied from stock at shortest notice. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED, by respectable Boy, Situation as Apprentice to Engineering; small ireminm given. Address “Trade,” Stab Office. WANTED, Girls for Griswold and Lamb Knitting Machines. Apply Mrs Cathill, Lees street (opposite Cricket Ground). ANTED Known—Tramway Restaurant, V? Rattray street; well-known old-estab-lished place for Good Meals, and cheap. WAN I ED, clean, respectable Girl for Housework. Apply 107 George street. WANTED, a Partner with L3OO in good Retail and Wholesale Manufacturing Business in the centre of City. Apply to ** 0 jnfidential, ’’ Stab Office. WANTED To Borrow, L 250 on country farm. For particulars address <aßorrower,! ’ Stab Office. WANTED, a Barmaid. Apply David Scott, Newmarket Hotel, Princes street. WANTED, Forewoman, to take charge of Cardboard Box Factory; former ex perienoe indispensable. A. B. Livingston and Co., Crawford street. GREAT Day To-morrow (Saturday) —Bargains in every department throughout the house. A. and X. Inglia. WANTED by young Man, Furnished Bedroom, with fireplace; state terms. “ J. 8.," hTAB Office. MBS MACDONALD, 70 Princes street. Wants Cooks (no washing). Housemaids, General Servants, Girls (assist), and Barmaids. FOR SALE, handsome Mare; splendid action, staunch, and sound. Lambert, N.F. Valley. TO LET, 3-roomed Verandah Cottage. Apply Eggers’s Store, Albany street. GRE iT Day To morrow (Saturday).—Bargains in every department throughout the house. A. and T. Inglis. CARTER’S Great Sale still continues to be the most popular, O. and Co, Laving been very bnsy every day, wet or fine, since it started. WANTED Known—Last Two Weeks of F. W. M’Gill and Co.’s Clearing Sale; greater bargains than EVER in Drapery, Men’s, Youths’, and Boys’ Clothing, Calicoes, Flannels, etc., at M'Gill and Co.’s, 20 ROYAL Arcade; 2s per £ discount during Sale. M’Gill and Co„ 20 Royal Arcade, are positively giving up business. Shop To Let, ONE of the first questions a young lady should pat to her sweetheart is “ Who's your Hatter ?’*and he will not be worthy of her company unless he can truthfully reply “ Masters.” HLARNEB, Auctioneer, has For Private • Sale Covered Express, Light and Heavy Spring Carts, Buggies, and Harness. REMEMBE B, Mitchell for Eating Pears] Bananas, Grapes, Tomatoes, Oranges, Lemons, Lollies, Eating and Cooking Apples. Opposite Domwell’s. WATCHES thoroughly Cleaned, ss; Mainsprings, 4s 6d. Peter Diok, the mrst reliable watchmaker, upstairs, next Athenaenm, Octagon. ELIJAH, Oratorio (as used by the Dunedin Exhibition Choir), price 2s. Dresden Piano and Music Depflt. SALT Butter.—lf yon want it really good, buy only at Meston’s, 96 George street and Royal Arcade. /''l BEAT Day To-morrov (Saturday).—BarVJT gains in every department throughout the house. A. and T. Inglis. CARTER AND GO. would advise all buyers of Drapery or Clothing to see their windows and doors. Fresh Bargains for To-morrow. Call early,
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