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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7956, 11 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, strong, tidy, respectable Girl, about 13 or 14, to Mind Baby and assist in Housework. Apply third house, right, T? ait street, Roslyn. __ W~' A'> TiD, an experienced Panic} maid ; one accustom-d to hotel work preferred. Leviathan Hotfd. _____ WANTED, Girls to Label and Wrap Bottles; god wages. Apply at O'.d Brewery, opposite O’Reilly’s Coal and Wood Yard, Cumberland street, near St. Andrew street, WANTED, Girls for Lamb and'Griswold Knitting Machines. Apply Mrs Cuttill, tees street (opposite Cricket Ground). WANTED, recent Copies of ‘Ayr Advertiser,’ containing letters on New Zealand by “Vulcan.” Address "Vulcan,” ITAROffice. ANTED, a Female Cook. Apply Dunedin Co-operative Meat Supply Company. WANTED, smart Boy to Sell Papers on Railway Platform and Mind Bookstall: must bo able to write. Apply Wm. Gilmour, rfli'way bookstall. _____ ANTED, General Servant; f omcountry V* preferred. Mrs Hooper, Castle street north, opposite Botanical Gardens WANTED Known Extended Dance, Friday Evening, 12th, Anderson’s Bay Hall; admission (includingrefreshments). 2<6d. ladies invited BOOT Trade.—Wanted, a handy Boy or Man for Country. A pply John Munden, St. Andrew street. TJUGGY. Wanted to Purchase, Light f Buggy or Trap; suitable fir samples. " Traveller,” 4 Gordon terrace, Frederick street, (GENERAL Se vint Wanted, fond of JT children. Apply W. B. Anderson, Black’s road, North-east Valley. lEGAL. —Wanted, for solicitor’s office, J Junior Clerk; must write good engres sing hand. Box 886, P.O. PICKLE-BOTTLES Wanted in large or small quantities; good price given. At Meston’s, 96 George street. SAUSAGES. Sausages. Sausages for the million at Grindley’s, the Butcher, Albany street, DANCING. Oddfellows’ Hall, every Saturday Evening ; Ladies invited. Admission, Is; first-class Music; strctly select. LIFE Policies. Cash advanced thereon ; low interest, easy repayment. London Loan and Discount Society, Manse street. JOUTRED, Bootmaker, Removed to Kai- • korai. Orders promptly executed; repairing done ; charge s very moderate. ARRIVED, ex Doric, shipment <f Chandeliers, Brackets, and Hall Lamps, etc. ; splendid value ; inspection invited, Anderson and Morrison. TO Poultry Fanciers and Farmers.—Having, at considerable expense and trouble, secured the very best strains of “ Lemon ” and “Buff" Cochins to be got in Aust-alia and England, I am this season prepared to supply either Fggs (fertility guaranteed) or young Birds at very reasonable prices. Cochins cannot be beaten for egg producing ; they lay ail through the winter months, when eggs are at a h'gh price, and for the table they cannot be surpassed, being of very delicate flvvora”d of enormous s'ze. The progrny of these birds have secured e’oven first prizes. Apply L. P. f'hri-teson, Oamaru. IN Stock Pasta Mack, Cherry Blossom Soap and Perfume, Cashmere Bouquet and Soap, Mollin's celebrated Pood. U<E “Tamus Communis” for Unbroken Chilblains; rures the intolerable itching almost Instantaneously ; Is; Marshall’s Ointment when Broken. MELTJNM Foo l is used with Diluted Cow’s Milk, and so prepared corresponds physiologically with mothers’ m : lk. M ELIAN’S celebrated Food for Infants ; a largo supp’y just landed. G. M. Marshall, chnnV, C 4 Princes street. HIGH St eot Thiid Quarter of Mrs Brand’s School commerces Monday, July loth.
TTTMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Chall ngo Piano DepOt, 108 George street. R. R. Mn«», manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Fabbitskins in any quantity, Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. MIS 8 WILSON (late Kirkpatrick, Glendininz) conducts Cutting and Fitting Classes, 178 George street. Pupils thoroughly taught. OHIO Minstrels, —Two Hours’ Pun. New Songs, new Farce, new Jokes, N.H. Valley Hall, July 12. MONEY can 1 e obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenaeum), Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. P JONAH Painting.—Miss Procter, teacher of I‘oouah Painting, begs to intimate to intending Pupils that her last Course of L n ssons begins on Monday, 15th July. Octagon, Bool’s (dentist) entrance. INDIGKSTtON Cured by Tr Freeman s| Fpecific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. FOR RALE, Covered Express, nearly nrw, Ll7; Spring Cart, L 9; also Buggy. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. rpiO LET, comfortable 3-roomed House, 4s 6d J. weekly. Apn'y No. 2 Leith avenue, near Clyde street bridge. TO LET, 4-rooraed House, Brown street; 6s weekly. R. Blackaddrr. TO LET, 7-ro'tmed House; bath (hot and cold wa'er), gas, scullery, every convenience. Apply on premise 3, second house above Wesleyan Parsonage, Ycrk p’ace R nt, L 55 per annum. BEFORE buying elsewhere, try Grindley’s, Albany street, and you can beguaranteed good, cheap, and excellent * ausages. TENDERS are invited for the Restoration ar.d Extension of Messrs Turnbu'l’s Warehouse, High street. H. F. Hardy, arebitcct. TEND HRS arc requested for the Purchase and Removal of the Provincial Hotel, Stafford street. Tenders close on Wednesday, 17th Jalv, at noon. Full particulars with the ucders’gned. Frank W. Petre, engineer and architect, Dunedin and Christchurch. HAWTHORNE BSTATF, NOI.'TH-BASr VALLEY. TENDERS are invited from Persons willing to Lease for a terra of three years about 58$ Acres, being part of the Hawthorne Estate, N.E. Valley. Conditions of lease and tendering may be seen at the office of, and tenders are to be sent in before 25th July next to, the Trustees’ Agents, B, H, LEARY AND CO., Bond street. DUNKDIN POULTRY. PIGEON CANARY, AND DOG ROOIErY’S FtFTrl ANNUAL SHOW Of POULTRY, PIGEONS, AND CANARIES Will be held in the GARRISON HALL On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JULY 12 and 13. OYER 703 EXHIBITS. GIFT DISTRIBUTION. The Suite of Furniture to bo given away can be seen at Muller and Anderson’s, George street. ADMISSION: "riday—From 12 to 3 p.m„ 2s; from 3to 10 p.m. by Is gift ticket. Saturday— From 10 to 12, 2i; from 12 to Sby Is gift ticket; and from S to 9,l j . R. BROWNLIE, Hon. Secretary. RUGS. RUGS. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rug 3. Opossum" Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Fugs. Opossum Fugs. Odossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. Brown, ewing, and CO. are showing an Extensive Assortment of ATTS-. TRALASIAN SKIN RUGS,, including— WALLABY, KANGAROO, SILVER OPOSSUM, MOUNTAIN OPOSSUM* BLACK OPOSSUM, VICTORIA BEAR, Etc. Also a very special line of Opossum Rugs mounted with tuls and lined. Grey Gipplsand Opossum Rugs, lined; prices from L 3 15s to L 5 ss. “Joey” Kangaroo Rugs, lined; prices, L 3; splendid carriage rugs. Fur Wallaby Bugs; prices from L 8 10s to L 6. / These Rugs are all picked.. Winter Skins, thoroughly tanned, and cannot be surpassed for quality and value. BROWN, EWING, ANP CO.
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