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WAHSEDS. TO TAILORS. TINTED, 2 First-class COAT HANDS; „ f ‘ constant employment to steady men. Apply Tailoring Department, Te Aro House, ■Wellington. EDUCATIONAL. Evening Classes from Is 6d weekly. Wanted, 50 Members. Apply, after 7 p.m., 2 Gordon terrace, Frederick street. ANTED, a Pupil for Architect’s Office j premium required. I’.O. Box 344. TAN'l'nD, a Children’s Nurse andiSeedle- , T woman, for the country; must be experienced. Apply before 12 a.m. to Mrs Bathgate, eidpath, 'i'Sie Glen. WANTED To Let, by Tender, Paddock of CO Acres at Saddle Hill, fronting Main road. For particulars apply D. White, Queen’s Hotel, Albany street. W“ ANTED Known—Lawn Mowers Repaired and Knives Sharpened ; Stationers Machine Knives Ground; Keys Fitted to Locks. Schlaadt Bros , Great King street. A S 7 ANTED Known—Brundell and Ross, y i/\) IG3 George street, agents for Thorp s Patent Gas-burners, Will save 20 per cent. upwards in gas. . ■? XT ANTED Known—Hot-water Apparatus y%‘ fitted up. Gas and Water laid on; estimates given. Telephone 525. •« ® WANTED Known—Roofs Repaired, Smoky tjy chimneys cured. Best workmanship guaranteed at a moderate cost. W’ ANTED Known —Win. Mills, Stafford street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Adjusts Scales, Weights, and Measures a >LACK Spanish Eggs, for sitting; largest prize-taker *IBB6-87-88-89; 10s bd sitting. Rose, Hanover street. TBA. —Best value in Dunedin —Calcutta and Foichow Tea Company, 146 George street. B. Washer, manager, SOLE Manufacturer of Marzapan, French Nongat, and Italian Confections, J. Romioon, 153 George street. HAMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, O. sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle; Tobacco, 4d stick ; Tea, really good. Is bd lb. COFFEE, 1s ; Tea, Is 2d ; Baking Soda. 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, 6d doz. Macfarlane, Hanover street. GEORGE BEARLE. Hosiery Manufacturer. —Men’s Knitted Sox, Is; Boys and Girls’ strong Knitted Hose from Hid. <pdBORGE SKARLE.—Men’s Knitted Pants, 5/TT 4s 9d ; Ladies’ Knitted Hose, Is A 1 ; Men’s strong Shirts, Is 9J ; Boys’ Shirts, Is od, GEORGE SKAKLB, 113 George street, near Hanover street, the oldest hosiery manufacturer io town. Ladies can have their own ivool knitted. tenders -SENDERS Invited for a NEW BREWER! at Caversham. Tenders close September 4 "noon. ROBERT FORREST, Architect, ,een street, Dunedin. RENDERS are invited until noon of Monday, 2nd September, for Additions and ierfttiona in Wood ; labor only. H- L, ngfield. architect, Moray place. RENDERS are invited till noon of Monday, the 9th September, for the Erection of a idenca of Brick and Wood in Lower York !e ‘ JAMES HISDOP, Architect. owling street. lENDERS will be received up to 12 o clock noon, September 4tb, for making Addisto a House at Abbotsford. Plans, etc., at Office of R. H. Leary and Go , Bond street. W. T. WINCHESTER, Architect. DERS are invited till noon on MON)AY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, for the Ereca Dwolling-houi'e, Main road, Hillside. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect, Vogel street. W ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION, 1889-90. lE3HMENT CATERING PRIVILEGES. NDERS will be received, up to noon on WEDNESDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER, e Sole Right for the Refreshment Rooms, etc., for the Exhibition. Conditions at fßoe ' D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. TO CONTRACTORS. EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENDERS. THE Time for Receiving Tenders for the Erection of a Warehouse on the Redaimed Land, Wellington, or Messrs Sargood. ■; on and Ewen is Extended to Noon of MON D AY, the 9th SEPTEMBER, 1889. SULMAN AND POWER, Architects, Sydney. LEWIS H. DUVAL, Superintending Architect. TO CONTRACTORS. ERS will be received for the Erection a WAREHOUSE on the Reclaimed Wellington, for MesarsSargood. Son n, up to noon of MONDAY, 9th specifications, and conditions can be ie offices of the firm in Wellington, Auckland, and Christchurch, west or any tender not necessarily fLMAN AND POWER, Architect-, Sydney, LEWIS H. DUVAL, Superintending Aichitect. CITY WEIGHBRIDGES TO LET. ENDERS will be received at the Town Clerk's Office up to 5 o’clock p.m. on DNESD AY, 4th SEPTEMBER. 1889, for following, separately:— 1 For the Lease for the year ending 30th ’ September, 1890, of the Stuart street Weivhbridge, subject to the special condition that the charge for weighing goods or merchandise aha 1 not exceed 3J per load, the tenant to retain all such fees and charges. _ 2. For the Lease, subject to a similar condition, for the year ending 30th September, 189 D, of the City Weighbridge at the Southern Market Reserve, 10 rents to be payable in two equal half|Y instalments, in advance, the first of hj instalments must accompany any tender ad • the remaining instalment to fall due on April, 1890. edifications at the City Surveyor s Office, ie highest or any tender not necessarily pted ' ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk, medio, 20th August. 1889. EDUCATIONAL. !D, Pupils for the Pianoforte; beiers preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, (off St. Andrew street). ; Tutor gives Lessons in Greek, French, English Subjects, Bookjordon terrace. Frederick street. AND PIANOFORTE BTUDIU the Dresden Pianoforte Ware--SPHRAIM PARKER Teacher of d Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of b and Singing) will receive Pupils a address. Banda supplied tor jrtormancea. Concerto arranged, provided. Balia and Evening Par- , Private address: The Laurela, BANJO AND GUITAR, ru. ALFRED G. BAKER receives Pupils I at his Rooms. “Dagmar College,” on Five Six. and Seven Stnng Banjo and tarSprovedmethod). How toplayycurown tariimp . j a a f ew lessons. Hours r Bridge.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7999, 30 August 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7999, 30 August 1889

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