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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED by an Improver, Work in a Shoeing ard General Smith’s Shop: high wages no object. Address “T.H.D.,”' Lodge’s Temperance Rest, Kilnjora street, Christchurch. WANTED, a flrst-o’afs Engine-fitter 5 must have a general knowledges! engineering work. Apply, with testimonials, Box 15, Dunedin. WJ ANTED, Married Couple—wife to act as W cook and housekeeper, roan can be either a ploughman, gardener, or handy map with tools. Apply Box 13, stating experience. VST ANTED To Let, Furnished Front Bed-. V* room, nre of kitchen; bath, ev»iy convenience. Inquire "Home’y,” ?TAR Office. WANTED, elderly Person or young Girl; comfortable home, small wxg r ;8. Ap;>ly to Lol’io Shop, foot o f Rattray street WANTED To Purchase, Freehold Section and House of about seven rooms In North Donod’n, near Leith Bridge, Address “Buyer,” Stab Office. WANTED, Plumbers; must be good iron pipe hands. A. and T, Burt, WANTPD, tiie Garden'r who left his f pade at Mr Roberts’s, Roslyn, to Qall on Monday. WANTED, General Servants (banks, hotels, country), Cooks, Laundresses, smart General fiervan's, Housemaid and Tablcmald (stations). Hurley’s, Maclaggan street WANTED. Youth—a thoroughly competent bookkeeper; good reference required ; state salary wanted. P. st Offi :e Box 3V7. VTtf ANTED, Horse and Spring dart, or W Fxnress, by rhe week, for country. Address “ W.,” Stab Office. WANTED Known -Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery of every description Cleaned and Repaired at. the most reasonable prices in town. H. H. Bailey, 29 Royal Arcade, WANTED Known—Watches Cleaned, 4s Gd: Mainsprings, 4s; guaranteed 18 months. Note the Address; Latham, 19 Arcade. WANTED, a smart Lad as Rider-ont. George Sheniff, butcher, City road, Roslyn. WANTED, good General Servant; one accustomed to children. App’y Mrs Mills, opposite Lawrence’s Nursery, Castle street, WANTED. - Money to Lend in any sum, at current rates. D. Douglas Macdonald, solicitor, Dunedin. WANTED To Rent, 5 or 6-roomed House. State particulars to “G.8.H.,” Stab Office. W~ ANTED, useful Girl for Housework; also Girl for Workroom. Mrs Wishy, Cumberland street, WANTED 1 o Bny, 52- : nch Bicycle ; ballbearing preferred. Address “Cyclist,” Star Office. WANTED To Pur base, Grocery Store, or take Management of one. “ Faithful,’| Stab office. nTP.D Tenders for Large Job of Excavating and Carting at Littlebournc. App’y on the ground. \ BT ANTED, a Housclcooper without cncumv\ brance. -Apply 11 M.. 11 Stab Office. WANI’ED Known—Annual Ball of Loyal Caversham Ledge, M.U.I 0.0 F., on Friday, September 20. ■ W ANTED, a Youth, for Parcels, Fyfeand Cuming, drapers, George street, WANTED K"'wn Highest price given for Daiij-fi-l figs. James Steven and Go , King street north. WANTED Known—That W. Cuttle, South Dunedin, Buys Furniture in any quantity. Highest price given. WANTED Known—Court Pride of the Leith (A.0.F.) will celebrate its 24th Anniversary by a CONCERT and Ball on Friday, the 20th ) September, in the North Dunedin Drillshed. BOOT Trade.—Wanted, 2 smart Lads for the Bench and Repairs. William Fox, King street, ROOT Trade. —Wanted, a smart Youth as an Apprentice for Upper Department, Simon Bros, George street. MRS FISH has wailing engagement a few good General Servants with first-class references; suit private families, BUSHMAN Wanted.—Tender for Cutting 50 Cords Firewood. Apply J. Foote, Purakanni. MRS DICK Wants Waitress (assist bar, town), Honsemajd, Laundress (country) Cook, Laundress, Housemaid, experienced Servants, Nurses. RS CHALMERS (Labor Exchange) requires Monday, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitress, Barmaids, Cooks, Laundresses, Two Manied Couples (stations). SHELTON'S Boots have 14 yen’s* good character; Dunedin made 5 good . and ' pheap. 157 George street,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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