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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7955, 10 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. COMPETENT Photographic Assistant Wanted immed'ately; must be able to take good negatives. Address Photo., Star rffice. ft IKAOHKU Wanted for tue Guitar. Ad A dress, stating terras, t.) “Jeno, 1 Star Office. MRS CQ ALMERS Requires (immuliate’y) Working Housekeeper (two gentlemen), station Cooks (hotels, private), Kitchenmaid, Housemaids (hotels), Laundresses, General Servants (no washing', Houeegirls, Nurses, Cooks, Laundresses (towr). RS BABRATT, GO Princes street, Wants Cook, Laundress (L4O), 5 General Servants (c-.un ( ry hotels, 16s), Barmaids. TO LET, Cottage (4 room>, scullery), St. David street, corner Clyde avenue. A. Judge, Star Office; or Leighton’s Store, Dundas street. TO LET, House, six rooms, Arthur street; washhouse, bath, Venetian b.inds, garden ; healthy locality. Mrs Lockie. TO LET, in tho Universal Bond, superior Offices, with Strong Room. Apply Bond Office, Liverpool street. TO LET, Fourteen-roomi d House, with every convenience; centre of City. Address “ A.8.0.,” Star Office. TO LET, Two-roomod Cottage; rent low. Apply Mr Johnson, bootmak r, Stafford and Melville streets. TO LET, Seven-roomed House (garden and lawn), Leith street. H. Walden, 182 Princes street south, 8-ROOMKD Houm To Let, in Leith street, near University ; bath, gas in every room, acre ground, asphalt paths, Sower beds, fruit trees, etc. Apply Dreaver’s, George street. FOR SALE, a pure Ayrshire Heifer, just at calving. Apply the gardener, Chit gford, N.E. Valley. FOR SALE, Bench, Fret Machine, and Cornet, cho p. Apply C. Hamann, Fernbill street, near cricket ground. FOR SALE, Sections, Ravcnsbourrc and Rothesay, Ll2 each; must be sold. Larnor, auctioneer, Rattray street. FOR SALE or LEASE, on easy terms, complete LITHOGRAPHING PLANT, in full working order; a grand opportunity for those intending to start business. Apply F. s-iedeberg, York place, Dunedin. Qflfk —Best part Belleknowea—J acre, SOvFv handsome House (6 looms); great bargain, terms. Evans, Princes street nnHB Owner of from 12 to 15 Acres of J Suburban Properly at Palmerston will Sell or Exchange for City or Suburban Sections in Dunedin. Apply to R. B, Martin, Water street, Dunedin. LEONORA.— Thanks for your parcel. Hope to repay you soon. Send another of same kind. B~ ALL, July llfh, Pubic Hall, N.E. Valley. Grand March, 8.30, Double Pickets 3s Cd, with refreshments. MISS WILSON (late Kirkpatrick, Glendining) conducts Cutting and Fitting Classes, 176 Geo'ge street. Pupils thoroughly taught, OHIO Minstrels.—Two Hours’ Fun. New Songs, new Farce, new Jokes, N.E. Valley Hall, July 12. "VTBW ZEALAND and South Seas Kxh'bijLv tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept, TO-NIGHT.— Great rubbing cf Chilblains; Dutton’s Red Cross Ointment; one rubbing cures ; chemists and storekeepers. CALL at Clarkson’s Warehouse, D wling s'reet. Novelties im Christchurch Stock, CLARKSON’* Stock, Dowling street.— Oatmru Fingering, Is lid lb; Fvans’s Crochet Reels, Is lid dozen; Clark’s Crochet Balls, la Cd dozen. r(ALL at Clarkson’s Warehouse. Dowling > street.—New Stock from Christchurch just opening up. CLARKSON’S Stock, Dowling stieet. Oamaru Fingering. Is lid )b; Evans’s Crochet Reels, Is lid dozen; Clark’s Croch t Balls, Is 6d dozen. DRESSMAKU G Classes—Mrs Dreaver has Vacancies for Pupils. Every pupil taught five days per week, if they can find it convenient to attend. EVERY Pupil Taught to Fit On; not to Icok on and see it done, but to doit themselves. RS DREAVKR’S Sister has Resumed tho Management of the Class room. Ladies will be carefully taught. DANCING. Madame Hamann’s Adult Classes Tuesday, Wo’nesday. and Thursday; Juvenile Class Wtdiotday afternoon, Guinea per quarter. DANCING. —Midame Hamann’s Juvenile Class. High street School. New quarter commences Friday next, 10a Oil per quarter. DANCING. North Dunedin Qnadiille Club open every Thursday. Good music and good floor. MONEY TO LEND, in largo or small sums, on first-class securities STEWART AND HOLMES, Solicitors, Dunedin. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. AN AGENCY of this Bank was OIENED at NENTHORN, Otago, on tho 9th instant, under charge of Mr J. Bevin. GEO. F. TOLHURST, Acting General Manager. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, Lm TO SHAREHOLDERS. JQIVIDEND WARRANTS for the six months ended 30th June, 1889, are now ready, and can be obtained on application. DONALD SXRONACH, Manager. Dunedin, 10th July, 1889. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Certificates and Testimonials, will be received up |« ill the 16th inst. from Teachers qualified to fill the following vacancies:— Kakapuaka—Head-teacher. Kongabere (Rankleburn) (female). Salary, L7O, Salary, L 143. Head-teacher P. G. PRYDE. Secretary. ■\TOW ON. NOW ON. iX OW ON. NOW ON, NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. The Monster Sals of Sclanders and Co.’s WHOLESALE BTOOK OF DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, amounting to L 17,000. GLENDINING AND DOBIE wish it to be clearly understood that every line must go, as they are not continuing business. ALBERT BUILDINGS opposite General Post Office) UNBDIN POULTRY, PIGEON, CANARY, AND DOG SOCIETY’S FIFTH ANNUAL SHOW Of ULTRY, PIGEONS, AND CANARIES Will be held in the GARRISON HALL On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JULY 12 and 1?. ' OYER 700 EXHIBITS. GIFT DISTRIBUTION. The Suita of Furniture to be given away can be seen at Muller and AndersonV, George street. ADMISSION: From 12 to 3 p.m,, 2s; from 3to 10 1 p.m. by Is gift ticket. Saturdiy—From 10 to 12, 2i ; from 12 to Bby la gift ticket; 1 and from Bto 9,1°. ! B. BROWNLIE, Hob. Secretary,
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