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JbATB ADVBBTISEEISNTB, 'ANTED, atron" useful Givi for Housework. Apply, after seven, Mrs Walker, 1 York Terrace, York place. RANTED, Girl about 2i, as Nurse and to t -Assist in Housework. Apply Mrs 0. O. Kettle, Union street. "ANTED, a middle-aged Person for Housework. Apply House next Bath-, Moray place. "ANTED To Let, by Tender, Paddock of 60 Acres at Saddle Hill, fronting Main road. For particulars apply D. White, Queen’s Hotel, Albany street. WANTED, for the North Island, a Married Shepherd. Anply Murray, Roberts, and Co. |5 ANTED, resp-otabto Lad, to help Pipefitter. Apply Afdnuy, Castle street, "ANTED, a General Servant; must be a good plain cook. Mrs Scott, Newmarket Hotel, ANTE'*, a General Servant Apply Cox’s Temperance Hotel, Maolaggan street. WANTED To Purchase (or hire for month), steadv Hack. State price and terms “ Reasonable,” Star Office. "ANTED, Lad about sixteen, used to Horses and Driving, also generally useful. Apply Box 260. Housemaid. Apply Mrs Batchelor, George street. OTANTBD. W Batch o' ‘ANTED, by respectable young Woman, Washing or Cleaning by day; well recommended. Address “ Work,” Stab Office. WANTED, immediately, a few oxperiperienced Body and Skirt Hands, d pply quarter to 0 to-morrow morning. Mrs Male, D.I.C. ANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery. Pitt street. "ANTED Known—Engineering Repairs executed promptly; Brass and Iron Castings daily. Anderson and Morrison, ANTED Known—Plumbing' and Gafitting Ropa’ra executed with despatch by experienced workmen. Anderson and MorSKKNK Wants 2 Ploughmen, station Cooke, Cook for flax mill, 4 Boys (flax mill), by 10 sharp to-morrow. RS MACDONALD, Labor Exchange, requires Cooks, Barmaids, Boots, Waitresses, Housekeeper. General Servants, Lada (milk), Girls to assist. ENDKHS Wanted Additions to Hons-', St. Clair ; close Monday evening. Specifications, W. Knox, bootmaker, Cargill road. WANTED Known—Grand Entertainment, Friday, by All Saints’ Schoolroom, Ohio Minstrels, on behalf of Edondale O.C, _ DON’T Fail to Come; brine vour ft lends ; Songs, Jokes, side-splitting Farces; overture at 8 sharp. EVERYBODY attend Benefit Edondale Cricket Club, by Ohio Minstrels ; admission, one shilling; full orchestra; see programme. MUSICAL. —Haydn’s Masses, Nos. 1 to 5 folio, ]Th ; Autograph Letter, Sir iulius Benedict, LI. “Hulb°rt.” Star Office. ENUINIS Sale of .Lightband, Allan, and iTT Co.’s entire Dunedin Bankrupt Stock at be City Boot Palace, 71 George street. TO LET. 3-roomed House: largo yard; 5s fid per week. W. Fraser, Helena street, South Dunedin. TO LET, House and ii Acres, with or without 45 Acres, N.E, Valley. D. Anderson, Normanhy. EXPRESS, Horse, ami Harness For Hale, in first-class order, with good suburban connection. Apply Box 30. P.O. FOB SALE, now Express Waggon, cheap Apply A. Roberts, King street. "17TOK SALE, St. Clair, (i-roomed Keridence, a? etc. ; conservatory, stabling, outhouses, orchard, flower garden; acre. If chains frontage ; commanding view, near tram terminus; bargain. Apply letter “Bona fide,” Stab Office. FOR SALE, Bagatelle Table. Apply Salutation Hotel, corner Rattray and Arthur streets. George W, Geddes, proprietor. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company. See Men’s Balmorals (our own make, genuine ■ear; must go), only Ss lid. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—Seamen’s and Miners’ Rubber Boots (specialty), leather soles, the beat made. >UBLIO Benefit Boot Company. —Desperate prices—Ladies’ Kid Boots, 5s fid ; Glace Kid Boots, fis lid. >UBLIO Benefit Boot Company.—Sweeping reduciions—Women’s Strong Balmoral iots, fis lid; our own make ; splendid goods. JiUBLIQ - Benefit”Boot Company. Bare opportunity; secure some of those bavins ; goods must ha sold. 46 Princes street. /H ISSES THOMSON and Kelly have Belli slimed Private Dressmaking, R Brown s, orge street. A trial solicited. Apprentices ,ntod. FIRST SPRING SHOW DAY, To morrow (Thursday). New _ Millinery, Mantles, Jackets, Garibaldis, etc. Inspection invited. Brown, Ewing, and Co. jmiRST SPRING SHOW DAY, To-morrow £) (Thursday). New Dress Materials, Model Composite Robes, French Ginghams, etc., etc. Inspection invited. Brown, Ewing, and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW DAY, To-morrow (Thursday), and following days.— Novelties in every department; grand exposition of Seasonable Goods. At Brown, Ewing, and OoA A SK Grocers for Strang’s patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pots required PRIVILEGES for Hunt Club Races, September 13th and 14th, Sold at Wright, Stephenson, and Co.’s New Yards on Saturday, 7th inst., at 11 o’clock. TTTXMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depflt, 106 George street. R, R, Moss, manager. WE aro Cash Buyers of Babbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M’Donald and Co„ Bond street. GREAT Sale of Lightband, Allan, and Co. V Christchurch Stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street, corner St. Andrew street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8003, 4 September 1889

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