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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7995, 26 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. nT. GEORGB JAIL-Best in the market. All Grocers. WANTED, young Girl, assist in general Housework ; sleep at home preferred. Apply Mrs M'Conechy, Albert street. 7 ANTED, bteady, aotive Man, with L2O, W as Partner in good paying business ; able to keep books and cash. Address " Exhibition," Star Office. WANTED, elderly Woman ; muat be used to children. Apply between 10 and 12, opposite Wood's Store. ANTED, Female Assistant for Shop and v * Refreshment Rooms; must ba willing, energetic. Address "Pastrycook," Star Office. 7ANTED (shortly), House, bix rooms; v 1 central. State terras to " Permanent," Stak Office. 'ANTED, a respectable Boy. Apply J. w t Silverstone, fruiterer, opposite Post Office. /ANTED, a strong Girl to assist in Housework. " Lcxden House," Cargill street. TAN TED To Buy A!o and Porter v i Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. TANTED Known—Engineering Repairs 7 i executed promptly j Brass and Iron Castings daily, Anderson and Morrison. \l[7 ANTED Known—Plumbing and GasV T fitting Repa : rs executed with despatch by experienced workmen. Anderson and Mor"ANTED, experienced Birmaid; private v t bar j references required. Prince of Wales Hotel, Princes street south. WANTED, good steady Baker for the Country. Apply S. Wootton, baker, Main road, South Euuedin. WANTED Known Entries for Taieri Poultry Show Closo AVechesday, 28th. "*~*7ANTED, a"Pupil for Architect's Office; ' premium required. P.O. Box 341 WAMVD, Gir) k about fifteen or sixteen. For address, Black Rock Store, St. Kilda. WANTED, first-class Machinist. Apply G. M. Wilkie, British and American practical tailor, 104 George street. WANTED, Girl for general Housework, For address apply Mrs Gibbs, William Btrect, Mornington. "ISS ALLAN Wants Cooks and Laun- . dresses (wages, 140), Housemaids, Nursemaids, General Servants (town, country, light p!aceo- - DIOK Wants Waitress (15s); also . Housemaids (country hotels), Three experience! Nunc, Housemaids, General Servants (private). OOT Trade.—Several experienced Fitters jy_j> Wanted. Burrow and Co.'s Boot Factory, Stafford street, Dunedin. "P.S CHALMERS requires (urgently) av-jl Cooks, Laundress (stations, town), Married Couple (btation), General Servants (hotels, private), Nurses. TOM ROBERTSON (lato Dunedin manager for 10 years for Lightband, Allan, and Co.) is selling his old firm's Btock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street. INGLE dvjse of Loasby hj Digestivo Tonio gives relief to longest standing case of Indigestion. Bottle cures. TO LET, Store and Dwelling, Opoho; also, Cottages, George street. Apply Smith and Smitb, Octagon. 0 LET, a Five-roomed Verandah Cottage. L -Apply D. Smith, Clyde street north. LET, 6 and 4-roomed detached Cottages, L Cumberland street. H. W. Meyer and Son, Moray place. BARGAIN. Solid Colonial Gold Locket and Necklet (two ounces), L7—worth doub'e. "J. 0.," Star Office. OR SALE, good Horse, Spring Cart, and * Harness complete. Apply Fraser'B Pro duce Moray place. pOR SALE, Lca<*o of General Store; good «.' dwelling, stabling, largo paddock. Particulars apply M'Queen, George street. *OR SALE or To Let, at Burnside. \% jl Acres good Land, with 9-roomed House, Baggy House, and Stable; 8 minutes' walk from railway station; splendid view. Apply Mrs Doig, or Post Office, Green Island. Eisy term?. IT, GEOR3E JAM.—Ask for, and see that you get. All Grocers. )UR-jTON\I Washed and Fumigated Woollen Flock; only nnker in the market. Jnnnire all furniture upholsterers. ' A. KIRBY, Tailcr, Princes street, Dunrj • edin, begs to inform his numerous Friends and the Public that, "AVING secured the services of Mr Jan. F. . M'Larcn, tailor, the Business will bo carried on S heretofore, and hopes by prompt attention, good material, good workmanship, and moderate prices to (EOUREa, share of your patronage.—Yours k ) respectfully, J, A. Kirby, tailor, Princes street, Dunedin. ASK Grocers for Strang s patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pots required UTMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Dep6t, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. [7E are Cash Buyers of Kabbitskins in any v V quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. EW Needlework, Cushions, Cosiep. Smok- ., ing Caps, Braces, Tobacco Pouches, Fender atd Footstools. Miss Clough, George street. 1' ARDFUR'S Transfers, 3J six yards; _J Crewel Silks and Wools at Od dczen. Mies Clough, George street. ■ESSRS FITCHETT AND THOKNTON, X.7-H- Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. 'EW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibi- ., tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection o! above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Rcstauranr, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. pi ENUINE Sale of Lightband, Allan, and <T Co.'s entire Dunedin Bankrupt Stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street. LOASBY'ri Carbolised Rose Tooth Powder deodorises bad breath, removes tartar, and whitens the teeth, hardens iuros. IT. GEORGE JAM. —Selected Fruit and Bett Sugar. All Grocers. UIDA ' Pianos. Durable, effective, v_r handsome; fiom 50 to 75 guineas. On sale only, Chas. Begg and Co. "VTEW Music—Solomon's operetta, 'Pick--131 wick'; comic song, 'I shall hxvo'em,' by Lutz. Chas. Begg and Co. TO TAILORS. TANTED, 2 First-class COAT HANDS; / constant employment to steady meD. Apply Tailoring Department, To Aro House, Wellington. PUBLIC NOTICE. f WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any L Debts Contracted by my Wife, Mary Ann Marks, after this date. WILLIAM MARKS. Port Chalmers, August 26,1889. lENDERS are invited till noon on MONL DAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, for the Erection of a Dwelling-house, Slain road, Hillside. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architeot, Vogel street. ESLIE A. NORMAN, J COMMISSION, MiNING AND LAND AGENT, MONEY, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER (Late of Naseby). rffico3: A.M.P. BUiLDINGS, PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. P.O. Box 375. Telephone 569. Stocks of all Descriptions Bought and Sold at stipulated rates of commission. | *»3»» Volunteer Office, Dunodin, 26th August, 1889. Defence Office Circular No. 30 provides that, a consignment of Martini-Henry Rifles having been received, the Hon. the Defence Minister is prepared to authorise their issue to mombors of tho Volunteer Force who intend oompeting at tho Riflo Meeting to bo held ia Dunedin during tho Fxhibition, on payment of L 3 Is for each riflo, without bayonot. A consignment of Ammunition, now en rovie from Victoria, will (when it arrives) bo issued on payment at cost price. Application to bo made through the Officer commanding tho District. By ordor, H, GORDON,, Major, District Adi" 1 —«•
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