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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, |HB Pullio to read M'Leod Brothers', I imifced, new Advertisement on this page. ANTED, Shirt Machinists. New Zea- ' land Olothing Factory, Dowling street. WANTED, Second-hand Folding Chair Bedstead, in good condition. Address, Btating price, "G.P., "Evening Star Office. »», ANTED, a good Trousers Hand ; perVt manent tmployment. J. and J. Arthur, tailors, 6 George street. 'ANTED, Bricklayer to Build Chimney ; , T labor and material. Apply Mrs Gow, Normanby street, Musselburgh. WANTED, a thoroughly experienced Goneral Servant. Apply forenoon or evening, Mrs Brindloy, Grendon, Maori Bill. ANTED, Storage Room ; must be cen- ' tral. Apply Box 341. ~X\7 ANTED, Girl about 14 to assist with V T Children. Apply Mrs Anderson's Store, Howe street. 'ANTED, a thorough General dcrvant; t t references indispensable, Apply Mrs Esther, Royal terrace. TANTED.JrespectaWe Girl, about 16, for f / Housework. Apply Mrs O'Reilly, wood and coal yard, Cumberland street. WANTED, Situation, by first-class Hotel Cook. Addrecs fiont Ting, caro of Kwang Sing Wing, Stafford street, Duncdin. WANTED, a Man to Blow the Organ in St. Paul's Church, Stuart street, on week days. .Apply at the Church to-morrow (Wednesday) between 9.80 and 10 a in. WANTED, strong Girl, make herself generally useful; references required. Geddes, Salutation Hotel, Rattray and Arthur streets. ANTED, a young Girl, for Housework ; » » small family. Apply for addrcES, Mr Whyte, storekeeper, FirHnton road. WANTED, 500 Persons to attend Service of Song 'Ruin and Rescue,' Linden Wosleyan Ohuroh, August Ist, 1889; tickets at the Dresden. 'ANTED Known—City Hall Skating t j Rink open Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. T. H. Wootton, manager. ANTED Known—Wcdnefday Evening, » » special Dance from 7.30 to 10 o'olock City Hall Skating Rink. ANTED Known—Dancing at City Hall, * » Wednesday Evening. Gentlomen, Is; Ladies, invitation ticket; at Rhk office. 'ANTED, Sauce Bottles (any quantity); v t highest price, cash. Sauce Factory, opposite Knox Church, George street. ' ANTED, kind motherly Person to Adopt v t Baby Girl, 6 weeks old. Address "Marion," Stab Office. ANTED, an experienced General Servant » 7 for Lawrence. Apply Mrs Alexr. Morris (at Mr B. 0. Haggitt's), Anderson's ANTED, active, tidy Girl for general t t Housework, for Roslyn: one from country preferred. Apply Mrs R. Borrows, Canongate street. 'ANTED Known—Watches and Clocks v v thoroughly Cleaned and Repaired; guaranteed 12 months; charges moderate ; Jewellery of every kind neatly repaired. Colin H. Twecdie (late with A. W. Macarthur), Leith Btrcnt, next Beattie's, baker. 7AN TED, comfortable 4 or 5-roomed t t House; ten minutos' from Octagon. Box 358, G.P.O. ANTED, a Lad, for a Boiler-maker. ' Apply R, S, Sparrow. RS CHALMERS, Labor Exchange, requires Married Conplo (manager, wife housekeeper), Canvasser (female preferred). Chief Cook (malo or female), Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, ~,,'RS BARRATT Wants (this evening) 2 ItX Female Cooks (20s), 4 General Servants (12s, 14s), Barmaid (20s). MRS DICK Wants (This Evening) Ploughman (can milk), Men Cooks, Housemaids (institutions), Nurses. John Seal, call." 'EW Seeds. New Seed?.—William Hurst, ~ Little Gem Peas; all other "Vegetable Seeds for present sowing. TO LET, very handsome Residence, 7 rooms, Roslyn; choicest spot in this favorite , suburb. Evans, Princes street. TO LET (shortly), Four-roomed Verandah House. Dunedin North; 9a. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. O LET, 3-roorned Cottage. Apply Eggers's I J Store, Albany street. FOR SALE, Three Bt. Bernard Pups; good pedigree. Rcbert Collier, Continental Boot Dep6t, Piinces street. JOR SALE, 2 quiet Dairy Cows, at calving. Donald Cameron, Halfway Bush, by I Bunting's. "ONTAGUE'S Great Slaughter Sale ac- . knowledged to be a Success; don't miss I this chance of picking up Bargains in all departments ; look at our Show. PARAFFIN and COMPOSITE CANDLES, Manufactured by M'Leod Brothers, Limited. See Advertisement. -g -g fhfkLßS Pie Melon, hut shipment of f_ X &\J season; make most economical jam. Green Ginger, Lemons. Pryor. ' IFE Policies.—Cash advanced thereon; low ' interest; easy repayment. London Loan I and Discount Sooiety, Manse street. of the Evening Siab.
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