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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. frEOPENINGr of the Schools on Mndayt .ii Thousands ofl'rimmed Hats at 6d; A» and T. Inglis. r ANTED, for the South Dunedin Presby- - » teiian Church, an Organist, who will be required to act also as Choir Conductor. Salary, L2O per annum. Applications to be lodged with Mr Reid, Foibury School, on or before the 16th inst. ANTED Known—That W. Cuttle, South v - Dunedin, Buys Furniture in any quantity. Highest price given. ANTED Known —Copper Washing t t Boilers and Furnace Cases, all sizes, supplied from stock at shortest notice. Anderson and Morrison. 'ANTED, Situation, by respectable young t t Man, as Giocer'a Assistant. Address "G.O.,"BTar Office. ANTED, Situation, by young Man (exuely f lent refercncas), as Collector. " W.," Star Office. , WANTED, the Public to Inspect Furniture at Mttller and Anderson's, George street, to be given away by tho Dnnedin Poultry and Canary Show, Saturday next, in Garrison Hall. WANTED, Girl who would give bor Services for Home with Widow. Win. Mitchell, grocer, N.E. valley. 'ANTED, Two strong Boys for Copperv t smith a department. Anderson and | Morrison. WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Nurses* Laundresses, Farm Girls, Boys (assist in housework), 20 General Servants. Murley's Agency* . WANTED, smart Boy as Apprentice to Bookbindir g, Paper Ruling, etc. Mills, Dick, and Co., Octagon. WANTED, Person for Furnished House, 2 months, and Board Young Lady. Mr Lawrence, gardener, Castle street. 'ANTED Known—Furniture to be given » » away at Garrison Hall next Saturday night by the Dunedin Poultry and Canary Society on view Miiller and Anderson's, George street. WANTED, a good Machinist. Apply John Henderson, boot upper manufacturer, 153 Princes street south. 7ANTED, a good General Servant, with v J references. Apply No. 2 Manor terra*e. JAN TED To Let, Four-roomed House. ▼ t Apply Thos. Livingston, Lower Hanover street. I 'ANTED, 100 Pair Trapped Rabbits W weekly. Apply A. Dupui?, 117 George street: cheapest fishmonger in town. ANTED, useful Girls in Work Room T y (ages 14 or 15), Cumberland street, near AH Paints'. WANTED, young Girl assist in Housework; references. Middle house, York terrace, Lower York place. ANTED, competent Vest Hands and t Machinists; a few good Boys and Sewing Girls. Morris and Seelye, Dowling street. ANTED To Purchase, a Range, in good order. Address '' Range." Star Office. i EOPENING of the Schools on Monday. j Thousands of Trimmed Hats at 6d, A. and T. Inglis. 'ANTED Known—Paterson and Burk, v t Venetian Blind and Shutter Workß, Stuart street. Repairs executed; materials kept. ANTED, 2 Unfurßinhed Rooms; central. ' "Alpha," Star Office. ANTKD, Situation, Housekeeper; widow, 7 v one child; good manager, fond of children. " R.A.," Star Office. ANTED To Let, large Three-ronmed Cottage, Bavansbourne; also Brick Stables at t'cotia Botel, Dundas street. Apply J.Patterson. WANTED, a Boy for Office. Apply by letter, Btating age. Address "Merohant," Star Office. WANTED Known—Jewellery neatly and promptly repaired; Watches Cleaned, 4s 6d (guaranteed eighteen months); Mainsprings, 4=i; Clooks Cleaned, 2s 6d. At H. H. Bailey's, 29 Royal Arcade. 'ANTED, 10.000 People to Call and See » the Suite of Furniture to be given away Saturday next, in Garrison Hail, by the Dunclin Poultry and Canary Society. On view Midler and Anderson's, George street. KNITTING.— Wanted, Girls for Griswold and lamb Knitting Machines. Apply Mrs Barrett, corner Oargill road and M'Glashan street. "BB~i)iOK Wants Cook (20s weekly), IYJL Barman, Waitress, Housemaid, generally useful Man (country hotel), Cooks, Laundresses. AILORESS, Wanted, first-olass Coat L Hand; good wages. Apply R. Jamieson and Co. 'EW Zealand Horse Tamer, Green Island, Saturday'and Monday, at 7.30 p.m, Commercial Hotel ARVELLOUS Sohool Dresses usual i at 6jd per yard. George street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7952, 6 July 1889

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