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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PHOTOGRAPHY. Wanted, First - class Operator. Apply by letter to Wriggleawcii'th and Ilians, ellingtoa, staling to:m3 and capabilities. None but first-class men need apply. tTSTANTED To Purchase. 4-horsc StcamV f engine. Apply W, Elder, Port Clia 1 - mers. Otago portion of established hu.--inc.7B; income over L3'jo_; can be doubled in 6 months. Address “Busineea,” Stab Office. WANTED 'Known-City Hall Skating Rink op £ n Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. T. H. Wootton, mam-ger. \T ANTHir Known—Wednesday Evening, ? speciil Dance from 7.30 to 10 o'clock O' y Hall r killing Rink \%f ANTED Known—lisncing at City Hall, v v Wednesday Evening. Gentlemen, Is; Ladies, invitation ticket; at Ri.k office. WANTED, f V horses To-morrow. a strong Hoy; can drive Apply Pircival, optician, 'Oi7ANTED, by yomg Lady, thoroughly V T domesticated, a Home, in return for services ; references. Address “Vera,” Stab Office. WANTED, a good General Servant. Apply Mrs Iroiie, Panama Hotel, Stuart street. WJ ANTED, second-hand good Roofing Iron. V T Wo d, solo patents l , damp proof b.ot manufacturer, Fxhibi ion Hoot hhop, Arcade. WANTED, a strong Youth for Parcels. Apply J. Hardie and Co, HOPiinces street. WANT D, Apprentices to the Dressmaking. Miss Ford, Smith street (near Girls’ High School). WANTED, a Girl, about 17, for Housework. Apply Mrs H. K. Wilkinson, Arthur street, Mornington. WANTED, Girl general Housework ; also Nursegirl. Apply A. and J. M'Farlane, grocers, Primes street. WANTED, comfortable Home fcraßaby with n kind motherly person. Address “ W.M.,” Star Office, ’RS DICK Want* young Man (carpenter), nM man (good gardener). Grill Cook, Cooks, Laundresses, Hornemaids (institutions). TMTIIS CHALMERS requires Marriel JJ7 J Couple (station; man plough, look after sheep; wife housekeeper), Cooks (hotels), Housemaids, Dairymaids, experienced Barmaid, General Servants (no washing), Housegirls, Dremnaker, MRS MaCDONALD. 70 Princes street, requires experienced Nursemaids, General Servant- 1 , Housemaids, Waitresses, Oooks, Girls, Houses To let. TJ Shocmakfrs.—Wanted, Boot and Fine Maker for shop in country; piecework For part'cu’ars apply to Mrs Hickey, Lower Cargill street, 10 a.m. to-morrow. Wanted for Renovating Brick 5 Fl-or Spanish Restaurant Kitchen. Particulars at Spanish Restaurant. (GENERAL Servant required. Apply Mrs jt J. T. Rough ton, Belt Tower. Entrance from Rattray street steps, Dunedin, fc/fONT AGUE’S Great Slaughter Rale acIVJ knowlerlged to be a Success; don’t miss his chance of puking up Bargains in all departnents ; look at our Show. mO LET, Fuur-rootm d JL week, Lower York place. F. Siedeberg. mO LET, 4 and 6-roomed Houses in Cumberland street. H. W. Meyer and Son, Moray place. CiA'RTER AND GO.' a’r’e'offering Tremendous ) Bargains in Drapery and Clothing This j Work, ('all early. See windows and doors. | UTTER Down A gain-- Good Fresh Buttfr, fid p:-r lb at M--rcev Brntbers. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and ' 0.. Invercargill—S-le now on at Fjfo end Coming's Wonderful bargains. fi-roomed Verandah Cot- »'/»*/** tag's W.*t Dunedin: every <nvenien.ee; I'.argain; small deposit, Biyr.nt, owiing street. PROPERTY and Businesses For -Rale pin el on our book? free; money advanced on goods for sale ; goods for private sale. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. FOR SALK, First-class Newspaper Prcparty ; largo profits assured. Field one of the most promising in the colony. Good reasons given for selling. One of the grandest chances to a m derate capitalist over offered Principals only dealt with, Address “ A.8.,” Office cf this Paper.
FOR SALE, Cow. to calve in a few clays ; second calf. O'. Rut bury, Rattray street. TilOK SALE, cheap. Leasehold and 4-roomed I' Cottage, near Cardens. Apply Wilson, saddler, Water of Leith. TV'IOR SALE, good Spaniel I 100, bargain. S' Apply M. Hutton, butcher, Ravensb urne. PACIFIC Lodge, 28, SouthDiintdin. Every member requested to bo present on Tuesday evening. Important business. ONTAGUE’S Great Slaughter Sale acknowledged to be a j don’t miss this chance of picking up Bargains in all departments ; look at our Show. BANOINC.— Usual Dance he’d at AnderKon’s Bay on Thursday nights will be hold oo Wednesday evenings. THE Mystery of the Forecastle—a Tale of Colonial Life a ;d Adventure.Brice Is. MISS KIRK, dresunaki-r, has Removed from George street to Cumberland street, opposite the Hospital. /T'i LYCKRINE, Syringes, Seigel’a Syrup, VJT Enemas, Fending Bottles, Hotnceapathio Medicines (9d), Loasby, I rinces street south. Dispensing specialty. EVERYTHING always Cheap at Braith waite’s look Arcade; unnecessary to go elsewhere for bargains in Fancy Goods. THE proprietor of Braithwaite’s Book Arcade imports direct from tho publishers and manufacturers for cash, and gives his Customers the benefit of a'l Home Discounts; Fifty Copies Robert Elsrnere just armed, at Braithwaite’s Bonk Arcade. VISIT Braithwaite’s Book Arcade; no one askel to buy ; ask for what you want or you cannot get served. AND CO. are offering Tremendous ) Bargains in Drapery ai d Cloth ng This Week. Call early t-'ee windows and doors. "OANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., HJ> Invercargill.—Sale now on at Fyfe and Cuming's. Wonderful bargains. DI, C.— Bargain Tables will be continued * during this week. Inspection invi’ed. DI. o. Special Bargains Children’s Ulsters, i Ladies’ Jackets, Mantles, Costumes, W.P. Cleats, etc. DI.C.- Great Bargrins Untriinmcd Hats, « Trimmed Millinery, very fashionable, newest styles, half-price. Must be cleared, DI.C.— Real Bargains Drees Materials, 9 Combination Robes, Ladies’ Corsets, Underclothing, Girls’ Costumes, etc. DI.C, —If you want anything in Fancy a Gouda or Needlework, visit the largo department upstairs, where all reduced lines are marked in plain r. d figures. O I.C.—Great Bargain Tables this week. • Goods must be cleared ; all marked in plain red figures. MONTAGUE'S Great Slaughter Sale acknowledged to bs a Success ; don’t miss this chance of picking up Bargains in all departments ; look at our show. Messrs m T cii¥TT and thornton^ Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. TKTBW ZEALAND and South Seas ExhibiJ3I tion. —Persons engaged in tho Erection oi 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. TTTMOST value in Cash given for SeoondV ) hand Pianos, Ohalßngo Piano IJcptV, LOG George street. R. R. Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of liabhitskins in any quantity, Arthur M‘Douald and Co., Bond street. JOB Lot of Night Dress Cases, Brush-and-Cornb Bags, Antimaeanars (suitable for working at school); reduced prices; Lot of Silk*, good. colore, to c 1 err at 9<l a dozen. Mi-.s Clough. WOLFE'S Schnapps.—Beware of wouM-be rivals of this great elixir; always get Wolfe’s Schnapps. ST, GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grocers. CO. p.reoffeihig'Ti em md< ,u t ) Bargains in Drapery and Clothing This Week. Call early. See windows and doors.^ MONTAGUE’S Groat Slaughter Sale acknowledged to be a Success; don’t miss this chance of picking up Bargains in all departments ; look at our Show.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
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