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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS ANTED, a good General Servant. Mrs V Pryde, Clydo street. ANTED, Situation Girl 14. from . . country: smill wages for good place. Address "Mary," Star Office. ANTED, a respectable Lad, to learn the v•» trade of Watch an' Clock Repairing. Aduioss "Tempus," Star Office. 'ANTED, by Gentleman and Wife, Bed- . . room and Sitting Room, with use of central. Addresß " Central," Star Office. ANTED, an Irish Lady or Gentleman » t to Sing an Irish Gaelic Song at tho Gaelic Society's Annual Gathering, Garrison Hail, 2rd .'ugu.t. Apply Matheson Bros., Princes street. ANTED, competent Machinist, for '•• Lamb Knitting Machine. Apply Mrß Barrett, Cargill road, M'ola3han street. 'ANTED, 2 or 3 Man. Apply Paisley, ¥ V Upper Junction. T'AJVTED, Couples, Working HouseT V keeper (town), General Servants (station's), Dairymaids, Cooks, Laundresses (hi. heft wages, refe: enccs\ Murley'a Agency, 'ANTED, respectable Boy, for Parcels and generally u?eful. Little Dust Pan. WANTED, lospsctablo Girl, about 15 or 16, to assist in Housowork. For address apply Mrs Stephonson, above Friendly Societies' Dispensary entrance, Moray place, 7 ANTED, Situation by good Cordial ~' Manufacturer in town or country township ; highest references. "A.," Star Office. Appiy~J~ ' D. Hutton, Caledonian Hotel, Walker stree I '. ««, ANTKD, tho G»nt'eman to Return V? Opera-crlasa to 101 George street, or Thoatre, after 7 o'clock. 'ANTED, Driverß for wood trade. Apply Owen, Wster of Tieith. WANTED To Kent, large House, suitable for boarding house; central position; moderate rent. " Veram," Star Offio». 'A* TED, Apprentices to the Dressmaking. Apply Miss Grainger, Cargill ANTED, 2 Furnished Roorr.B. near centre of town. Address "Furnished," Star 'ANTKD To !<ent, 5 or 6-roomed House; i y central; state conveniences and rent. "Contral," Stab Office. ANTED, tidy young Girl, look after Two v v Children during day. Apply first house past flour mi'l, Woodbaugh. WANTED Known—City Hall Skating Rink op<-n Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. T. H. Wootton, manager. TAN TED Known—Use Barton's Drawt t ing Room Cream (beßt in the market). All others spurious. 7ANIED Known—The addition to the T / Dining Hall at the Leviathan is now completed, so for the future visitors to the establishment will find both plenty of accommodation and meals second to none in Dunedin or in tho colony. from 15s; Gas Brackets irom Is 6d each. Anderson and Morrison "ANTED Known—That Bill-heads, Cir - . culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the Kvening Star Office at moderate prices. ANTED, Nuraegirl. Apply Mrs Greig, V Queen's drire, Muscelburgh. 'ANTKD, GOO Persons to attond Service of Song 'Ruin and Rescue,' Linden Wosleyan Church, August Ist, 1889; tickets at the Dresden. ANTED, a Houeemaid; must have t t good references. Apply, before 9 a.m. or after 6 p.m., to Mrs Joachim, Lees street. ANTED Known—D.l.O. Annual fctoekv ? taking Bargain Tables have now commenced. 'ANTED Known—D.l.O. Bargains in v v L". dies' and Children's Mantles, Costumes, Skirts, Furs, etc ; half price. 'ANTKD Known —D.1.0. Fashionable t v Millinery, all now shapes, must bo cleared; half price. ANTED Known—D.l.C. Bargains in v v Dress Fabrics, Costume Tweeds, Washing Materials; genuine reductions. ANTED Known—All Reduced Goods » » are laid out on special bargain tables, and marked in plain re 1 figures. ANTED Known—D.l.O. Bargains in » f Co'sots, Underclothing, Aprons, Pinafores, Children's Costumes, etc ANTED—Everyone to Visit the D.1.0. t t Bargain Tables; Wool Shawls, Knitted Wool Goods, Hosiery, and Gloves. ANTED—Shareholders to remember the t t Company's Bargain Tabloi have now oommencod; large reductions to clear. 'ANTED Everyone to Visit the Cd, 9d, t t Is, and Is 6d Bargain Tables u. stairs, Fancy Goods Department. I.O.—New Agate Enamel Ware, and all kinds Dairy Utensils, Garden Tools, 'ANTED Known—The addition to the v t Dining Hall at the Leviathan is now completed, so for the future visitors to the establishment will find both plenty of accommodation and meals second to none in Dauedin or in the colony.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7965, 22 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7965, 22 July 1889

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