LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, usefal Furniture-maker; bouse provided. State wages and qualification!! to "Steady," i?T.\K Onifiij. 7ANTKD, Situation, liy a tiret-elata r/ i lotol Coat. Address Sont Ting, caro of Kwane Sing Wing, Station 1 . street, Dunedin. r aNI'ED, strong Girl to assist in JLousc- » v work. Mis Kerr, Leith street (near Howe street). 7ANTED, good General Servant; referv » enecs imli peneable; call this even'ng. Mrs Chaa. Moore, Upper York placp. 'ANTED, Girls for Lnmb Knitting j t Machines. Mrs Outhill, Lees street (opposite Cricket Ground), WANTED.Parcef Boy. Fyfe and Cuming, diapers, George street. "ANTEP, Apprentices to Dressmaking. » t Apply to Miss Mackay, 92 George street, over Messrs Struthers and Scott, grocerc "ANTED, a Cabinetmaker. Apply t T Miiller and Andewon, 128 George street. URINC tho illness of Hector Mockfoid. .»_>r his Business as Sweep and Nightman will bo carried on by hid Son. Orders punctually attended to. ANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co,' Invercargill.—Sale at Fyfe and Cuming's. Special bargains this week. 7 ANTED, immediately, Apprentices for the Dressmaking. Mrs Marshall, Lower York Flac?. ANTED, a strong Young Hor.e, for t t heavy spring-cart. A. and T. Burt, Cumber'and street. RS DIOK Wants Housemaid; alwj . Nurse, Cooks, Laundresses, experienced Seivanta (Oamuu, Macraes, town), nnirt youiig Mail (hotel). KENE Wanta experienced Double-furrow kj Ploughman (20s), also a Married Ploughman, 2 Far.n Lads, 1 Bushman. MRS CHALMERS requires Married Couole (station Nortb), Housemaids, Cookp, General S rvants, experienced Barmaid', MilKerc, Youths, useful Girls (town). APPRE - Wanted. —Fashionable Dressmaking; scientific principle ; moderate chargei. Sirs Guinness (upstairs), 37 George street. WILLING Girl wishes to give her Services for a good Home. Address " A.," Star Office. FARM For house attached; cheap; easy terms. Pauli, 54 George street. MPTY Zinc-hned Cases For Sale at Stab i Office, Bond street. IXKIBITION.-For Sale, fast Trotting J Pony: 5 years old and sound. Addreß3 " Diomedes," Evesins Stah Cflbe. J} South Dunedin; all let cheap. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. nOR SALE, Five-roomed Houfe ; scullery, 1 washhouse, every convenience; Clyde street; teims. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street.
\OR SALK, largo Koute, Whikouaiti; 14roomed Hou?e, St. Clair, Furnished Room?. Mr* Dick, Moray place. FOR SALE, well-bied Setter Dog, 3 years old, Mr Kerr, Kcnmero, Lelth street. LVP, 3-roomed Cottage. Apply Eggers's Store, Albany street. 10 LET, comfortable 7-roomed House; stable, evoiy convenience; Leitb, off St. Andrew direct, Little Dust Pan. "TMOBT value in Cash given for Second- / hand Pianos. Chall-nge Piano Depflt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. ' E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any v » quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. ,-,-ESSRS FITCHHTT AND THORNTON, JIVJ- Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lond on freehold securities. 'EW ZEALAND and South Sc-as Exhibi- ., tion.—Perpons engaged in the Erection ol dbovo buildings can get best Meals and Beds | in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, (id—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. OABB x S Corn Solvent causes no piin; JLJ cured in week after seven bottles Cura Clava failed; Is. MONEY Advanced, LI to 1,500 Furniture, Pianos, or Merchandise For Sale. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. OASBY S Digestive Tome prevents fonnajlJ tion ot gas, cures heartburn, pains after eating, speckn before eyes ; 2s 6d. Performance in aid of V. Hill, Of" painter, City Hall, September 4ib, when all the leading amateurs will appoir. Secure your tickets early. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., Invercargill.—Sale at Fyfo and Cuming's. Ppecial bargains this week. NITriNG Machines. The latest improved, and at Prices ranging from LlO upwards. Inspection invited. Melville, Octagon. j AFETY Bicycle.", of the latest pattern, prico Ll6 10s and upwards. At W. Melville's, Octagon. mBNDERS Wanted for Stone and BrickI work on job, Glen road, near Davidson's Store, Tho Glen. ?'jT* ENTERS are invited till noon on the * 20 ch inst. for Erecting Workshop (in brick) for Mr A. G. Watson, Princes street i south. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect. TO HOUSEHOLDERS AND COAL | CONSUMERS. T WATSON, having severed his conr « nection with Martin, Watson, and Co., Ltd., begj to inform the Public that he has ( again started Business on his own account and trusts by strict attention to his Customers to obtain a share of the support afforded him , during the last twenty years. Note the Address: i W. WATS O. N, Coal Merchant (Late of Martin and Watson). Yards, Moray place. ; Office.', Octagon (neaj AtheD£eum\ I 1 REDUOED PRICE? REDUCED PRICES • REDUOED PRIOE3 REDUCED PRICES ' OVERCOATS , OVERCOATS t OVERCOATS. B l ROWN, EWING, AND CO. are determined to clear the remaining portion of their Winter Stock of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Tweed Overcoats, prior to stocktaking, at prices which will command a smart clearance. Inspection invited. Reduced Prices 7-5 Men's. Tweed Overcoats, , Reduced Prices only 21s each; grand value. Reduced Pi ices Keduced V rices 60 Men's Tweed Overcoats, r Reduced Pi ices with cape, 4£s each ; our own t Reduced Prices make; colouial tweeds. , Reduced Prices ? . Reduced Prices 55. Youths' Tweed Over- , Reduced Prices coats, with cape, from 22s 6d, Reduced Prices each. . Reduced Prices —- , Reduced Prices 120 Boys' Tweed Overcoats, :' Reduced Prices with cape, from 17b (d each ; s Relueed Prices all sizes; our own make, r Reduced Prices —— - Reduced Prices 80 Children's Tweed Over- . Reduced Prices coats, with cape, from 12s 6d Reduced Prices each ; plain audj fancy, Jpatr Reduced Prices terns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS . REDUCED TRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICE 3 REDUCED PRICES. s : REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES a BROWN, EWING, AND 'CO, FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! HAWKE'S BAY v. OTAGO. HABISBKOOK GROUND. TUESDAY, 13tij AUGUST. Kick-off at 4 p.m. • Admission—Ground, Is j Ground and Stand, 2f. FRED. T. HORNF, f Hon. Sec. O.R.F.TJ. 5 FOOTBALL. FOOTBALL. FOOTBALL. it HAWKE'S BAY v. OTAGO. it CARIS BROOK GROUND. TUESDAY, 13th AUGUST. j5 don't fail to LUNCH in the huge Dining - Hall at the LEVIATHAN, and see for yourself •» the Vast contrast in the meals there and those s# in other places at precisely the same prices. in N.B.—There will be a very superior TEA on returning.
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