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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. mVYSTERY of the Forecastle; or, A Resti>JL less Heart-at all Booksellera; Ih. The Myßtery—The Forecastle. T ANTED, a small Boy. Apply C. Johns ' and Co., 8 Battray street. 'ANTED, an Assistant Machinist for a y ? Wood ware Factory; state experience and wages required. Box 112, Invercaigill. WANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. "/ANTED, Lady as Working Housekeeper y i for hotel. Apply, stating wages required, *'JZ.,"STAit Office, Dunedin. WANTED, Girls, for Lamb Knitting Machines, and Sewing. Mrs Cuthill, Lees street, opposite Cricket (iround ' ANTED, She i ron Worker. Apply, V V shai p, Atbury, Cistle streot. OTANTJiD, aOi:l; age, 14 or 15. Apply V? to Mrs Eurden, Bicughton street, Cargill read. uNT.JU, an experienced General SerV t vant. Mrs Pi-yde,_Oiyde street. "OTANTED, a strong respectable Girl to f v Assist io. H-msowork. Apply Moore, butcher, Kiug Gtreet north, S'ST ANTED, good Trouper Machinists; con#V stant employment, Hois and Olenuining's Clothing Factoiy, Stafford street. J PS fISII Wants Housemaid (15s; cauutry £•«'*. hotel), Geuwal ('eivants (private), to'.hm Gill (bar), Cooks, useful Girls. \m OUaLMi'Mlfl rrqiiire?, urgently, exi..?.i pdienesil Nui'io (Wellington), Cook (liotolc, tii'-ate), experienced Burciid. Cookp, Liimdre.-js, Housemaids (towr, country). %/sf ii-S BAKKATT Wants (urgent) 4 Female !.v I Cook-', Birin\ids, Houfemaida, Waitress, (> useful Giils, Parlormaid, Dairymaids, Kitohen B£._ DICK Wants Housekeepers, exi.VS. prrieueed Nurse (Wellington, passage paid), Co )«, Laundretß, Housemaid, young Man, Carpenter (country), Barman. |\AIKY Pig and Fowl Feed, : — Wanted, §_.-* Purchasers 2 tons weekly. Particulars, app'y Box 273, Dunedin. Oniiß Mystery of the Forecistle-a Tale of fi Colonial Lifu aed Adventure. Price Is, pANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., ■* a Invercargill, will bo offered by Fyfe and Cuming iu few dayp. FOR SALE, Covered Express, nearly new, Ll7; Spring G>.rt, L 9; also Buggy. Lamer, auctioneer, Rittray sheet. 710R SALiT, 2 Three-roomed Cottages, St. l' David Btrcet; freehold; L 300; easy terms. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. "AVE quantity Waste Nowspapers on hand For Halo Apply to Box 122, P.O. LIST. 5-roomed Brick Houses, South Dunedin; Gi and 7s; every convenience. Lirner, auctioneer, Rattray street. rjjio LET, Seven roomed House, oppcsHe J. Granga Store, Forth street; rent, 18s weekly; fruit gai d>>n, etc. rj'\o LET, Dairy Farm, about 42 acres, near 1 town ; Cattle may be taken at valuation. Apply Hogg, Howison, and Nieol. TO I ET, Albany street, opposite Shopberd's Store, 6-roomed House ; large grounds; fourteen shillings. Harrop, agent. rnURNI&HI'.D Five or Six-ioomcd House, JJ with batb, required; handy to City. "G.," Box 231. Capital required for' Half \j vr Inttreßt in a Good Faying Investment; cure returns; special reasons for telling. Address " F.K.8.," G.P.0., Dunedin. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., Invercarsill, will bo offered by Fyfe and Cuming in few diya.
J" AST Week M'Seatli's hinal Sale—Great 3_J Bargains during this week; every line reduced to clear. LAST Week M'Beath's Final Sale—Great Bargains duriDg this week; every line reduced t» e'ear. ' AST Week M'Bcath'n Final Sale.—Great iJ Bargains duriug this week to clear. M'iJrathV, George street, JNHOMIAKER.-GOOD OPENING for a O practical Man; first-class opportunity; married maa preferred ; country. App'y City Hotel, Wednesday, 17th, between 2 and 4 pin. AIIGK Seville Oraiigos (for marmalade), ■J fresh Oranges, Mandarins, Lemon', Pines, Passion Fruit, Rhubaib, Tom t .t:e?, Grapes. At Silveisfcoiic's. nnHE Pride of Duncdin Lodge, 1.0.0. T., fl. will hold its usual Monthly Hermony Meeting on Wednesday, tli» 17th innt., at 8 pm. The Tempeianec Batd will perform ►elections; all invited. P. aktfie.'d, secretary. rpHB MISSES WHITE b.-g to in'orm the 1 Public that they have taken the Hou e htoly cccup'.rd by Mrs Campbell, corner cf Gisbjrno street and Main South road, where Boarders can be accommodated at moderate terms. Comfortable and select house. BAMvRUI-T Stock of Carter and Co., Invwcargill, will be (ff.red by Fyfo and Cuming ia few dayc A?. S. MAITLiNP, 9 U'LOR AND JL tf-fL f mjiK«, 'OBAY PLAC3. ADIE3' JACKETS ANDi lOINO HABITi A SPECIALTY, "6 OVER Bicycles.—R. Kent, Cbristchuioh, «\i haß in stock a few superior Maohines, inch tyres, hollow rims. I BALL Bearings all round, Ball pedals; bargains. Apply direct or W. R. Cole, Peter street, Caversham. "RS MAODONALD, 70 Pnncos street, x»jl Wants Cook?, Barmaids, Housemaids, General Servant?, Waitress, Nursegirls. ORSE-TAMING.—Green Island. Pupils, Monday, 7.30 p.m. "TMOST valuo in Cash given for Seconds' hand Pianos. Challnge Piano Dep6t, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any v » quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. "EW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibijll* tion.—Personß engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Moals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d-at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. MESSRS FITOHKTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. "ISS WILSON (late Kirktatrick, Glendining) conducts Cutting and Fitting Classes, 176 Geo:ge street. Pupils thoroughly taught. AFETV Bicycles (Kangaroo). A few in kJ stock, to be sold cheap, at W. Melville's, Octagon. EWING Machines, Bicycles, and Tricycles k } Repaired on the shortest notice by W. Melville, Octagon. Parts in stock, IHB Myitery cf the Forecastle ; or, A a Restless Heart the most interesting Tale yet published in Duredin. DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, MOFAT PLACE. EVENING CLASSES. RK THIRD QUARTER commences on Wx:DNES DAY FIRST, the 17th JULY. Monday and Wednesday for Freehand and Model Drawing, Drawing and Painting from the Antique in Monochrome, Modelling in Clay, etc. Tuesday and Thursday Practical, Plane, and Solid Geometry, Mochanioil and Architectural Drawing, etc. Friday Drawing and Painting from the Living Model. Open from 7to 9- Foe, 10s 6d per quarter. DAVID 0. HUTTON, Art Master. DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, Moray place. DAY CLASSES. IHE THIRD QUARTER commences on _ WEDNESDAY FIRST, the 17th July. Elementary and Advanced Freehand and Model Drawing, Practical Geometry and Perspective, Drawing and Painting in Monochrome from the Antique, Painting in Water and Oil Colors from Copies and from Nature, Modelling in Clay, etc Open every day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee, LI Is per quarter. Teaohers' and Pupil-teachers' Class from 3,43 to 6.45 j free. _..__«... DAVID O, HUTTON, A-fc Master
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