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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7996, 27 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, by respectable youtu Girl, situation General Servant; small family, references, “ Beta,” Albany street Post Cfflce. tIfXNTED, a strong Lad Apply Little Dust Pan; shop closes at 6.30 p.m. 1 ' 1 B a Boy to attend Shop and W Messages; start with 8s a week. Address “Shop,” Star Office. WANTED, a Tidy Girl, from 12 to 14. For address apply Mrs Carrol, tram terminus, Morningtoll. ANTED To Sell, Injection Case I price, L 5 6s, Apply K. 0. FarqUharson, racecourse. WANTED, goad General Servant; referenoes required. Apply Mrs 0. S, Beeves, Woodville, N.B. Valley. ANTED, an experienced Oook and LaUn* dress. Apply, with references, Mrs Lindo Fe-guson, High street. W~ "anted Known—Shaving, 8d; Gen) s’ Half Cut, 6d; Children s, 3J, M’Gregor, Arcade. 1 STINTED, Sauce Bottles (any quantity); VV highest price, cash. Sauce Factory, opposite Knox _Ohuroh ) _Goorge street, WANTED, useful Girl, about 15 ; u‘ed to children, Apply after seven to-night, Mrs A. M. Loasby. W” ANTED, 3 or 4-roomed Cottage, near Cctagon; state rent, " D.A ,” .itar Office. WANTED, strong u-eful Girl for Housework ; 18 or 20. Mrs Wates, Opobo road, near Botanical Gardens. WANTED, a Wet Nurse. Apply to the Otago Drug Store, 104 Princes street, opposite Bank of New Zealand. . ANTED, a Girl to Assist in Housework. Apply Mrs Harold, Maitland Hote 1 . Vjt7ANTED Known—That Bill-heads, Cir W culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the Evening STAR Office at moderate prices. MRS DICK WantsLaundi es» (station, L4O), experienced Nurses, also Housemaid, Cook, Laundress, General Servants, Useful Girls, Milkers. l»/,'RS OHALME-iS (Labor Exchange) rely! quires immediately Cooks (at itions), Tousemaid?, experienced Nurse, Ge eral Serants (no washing), Parlormaids,_ Cook •, Launtresses, Married Couple (station, Oamaru, ;l nton, Inveicargill). M ES BARB ATT Wants 2 General RerT l vants (Lawrence; 12s), General Sorant (Venthorn', Baker (country), Kitchenmid, 4 Barmaids. i/TRS FISH Wants Waiters, Third Cook, VI Housemaids. Waitresses, General Serants, Nurse, useful Girl«, Cook and Laundi ess. rBNDERS - Wanted for Chimneys; also, Painting at Job. Elgin road, Mornigtor. rOUND, at Garrison Hal), at Orchestral Concert, Silver Bangle, Spectacle Case, dies’ Tweed Caps, etc. Owners may obtain jrn at Messrs Coomb.i’s office, Moray place. OASBY’S Irish Moss cures worst col d a in J few doses; causes free expectoration. 3d at all storekeepers, lAS LIME can be had on payment of JT Cartage from John Jones, Stafford street, mth Dunedin. 'EW Zinc-lined Oases.-Fyfe and Cuming have 100 splendid Cases For Sale, cheap ; PO Hawkers.—Rare opportunity Several Job Lines Bankrupt Stock; must be ia-ed. Fyfe and Cuming. jIOR SALE, Horse (guaranteed staunch), ’ Spring cart, and Harness cheap. Apply aser’s Produce Store, Moray place, rOR SALE~or To Let, at Burnside. If Acres good Land, with 9-roomed House, iggy House, and Stable; 8 minutes’ walk im railway station; splendid view Apply •s Doig, or Post Office, Green Island, Easy •ms. LET, superior 6-roomed Detached Cottage; also Shop and 4 Rocms; cheap ango Store, Forth street. ’lO LET, 2la’gTF nrnished Boon 1 ’; P hno ' u°e bathroom ; close tram sheds, More;ton. Apply Tramway Store. LET, 4-roomed Cottage; every convenience ; good position. Apply Store, rth and Umon streets. 10 LET, 4-roomed Cumberland street, 1 Son, Moray place. Detached Cot’age, Apply H. W. Meyer OASBY’S Quinine and Steel Wine is } cheapest and best Tonic made; champie pints. 2s. Grand pick-me-up. IFB~Policies.—Cash advanced thereon; \ Jow interest, easy repayment. London n and Discount Society, Manse street. (OOD Templars’ Hall, Kaikorai.-To-night, r Robson’s New Panorama Modern Naval ir—Our New Zealand Defences —Blowing up foreign Cruiser. Admission, la; Chi'dren, 8 sharp. 4 RAND Naval Ball.—The moat Popu’ar r Fall of the Season. Garrison Hall, iday Evening. August 80. )ON’T Forget Grand March at 9. Double Tickets. 10s fid; Ladies, ss. Tickets at 11 on Thursday. >AZAAR. King street Congregational P Church, September 11th, 12 b, 13th. icert every evening. Admission, One Shi • (HE Ring has, without any valid reason, again Raised the Retail Prices of Coal . advertisements. f has been arranged that any coal merchant breaking Ring prices shall ho “ boycotted " n supplies. HnSUMBBS have therefore to pay for their coal without receiving any benefit eturn. [TB are still delivering Green Island Coal V at 12s fid for cash. 150 families already ning it. ~N Y other Coal supplied with Green Island L at lowest price. The Fernhill Coal Comy, Vogel street. PMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Chall ngo Piano Depfls, Seorge street. R. R. Moss, manager. r B are Cash Buyers of Rabbitsklcs in a y quantity. Arthur M’Donald and Oo„ street. IIS3 SOOULLAR, corner of York place and Arthur street, will open Evening iss (from 7 to 9) 2nd September, for T3ING and Fitting; one guinea quarterly. Daily Class as usual. Dressg thoroughly taught. A. KIRBY, Taller, Princes street, Dunedin, begs to inform his numerous Friends ;he Public that, AVINO secured the services of Mr Ja°. '. M'Larcn, tailor, the Business will bo sd on S heretofore, and hopes by prompt attention, good material, good workmanship, noderate prices to CURE a share of your patronage.—Yours respectfully, J. A. Kirby, tailor, Princes , Dunedin. 9K Grocers for Strang’s patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with ig water; no pots required __ SEXTON WANTED. IE CITY CGU WIL rerprre the Perv'oes of * SKXTON for the Southern 'VmeRalary at the rate of LftO per an um (plications for the appointment, ncoom>d by testimonials, may be sent to the raigi ed b'foie 5 o’clock p.m. on Wednesthe 4th proximo. ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. inedin, 26th August, 1889. BOOT AND SHOE TRADE. )R SALE—The Stock, Fittings, and Goodwill of a First-class Retail Boot i doing i large trade in the leading thoroughof Dunedin. Principals only dealt with. Idrees, in first place, “LEATHER," Stab Office.
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