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WANTEDS. Appr TDATIONS are invited for the post of LEGAL MANAGER of this Company. Particulars as to salary, duties, ete., may be obtained from the undersigned. Applications will ha received up till Friday, September 27, 188^ lie NORMAN) Legal Manager. Dunedin, August 31, 1889. WANTED Known, Harry Moore’s address. Last heard of at Berwick, Will ha kindly send his address to Mrs M. Moore, Ravensbourne. W" ANTED, a competent Milliner to Take Charge of the Workroom. Apply to Miss Bailey (Brown, Ewing, and Co.). WANTED, experienced Cook and Laundress ; references required. Apply Mrs Maunsell, Pitt street. WAITED, for a merchant’s office, smart Clerk of good address, about 22 or 24 years old ; must be good bookkeeper. Applications to be accompanied with local reference. Box 35, P.O. DUA Oil) * |VW~~ ANTED Known— Lawn Mowers Repaired Vy and Knives snarpeneu Machine Knives Ground; Keys Fitted to Locks, p-hlaadt Eros, Great King street. WANTED Known—Brundell and Ross, 163 George street, agents for Therp s ’atent Gas-burners. Wid save 20 per cent, pwards in gaa. r ANTED Known—Hot-water Apparatus T v fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; estates given. Telephone 525. ates Wanted Known—Roofs Repaired, Smoky yy Chimneys cured. Best workmanship laranteed at a moderate cost. RANTED Known-Tim„Co^/dition ifiu js.nown — w "r'w tu U1 the Star can be obtained at tee .ilway Gate at 4.15 p m daily IT ANTED Known —Win. Mills, Stafford street, Gunmaker and Locksmith, Scales. Weights, and Measnres. a LACK Spanish Eggs, for sitting; largest )se, Hanover street. IBA,—Best value in Dunedin-Calcuttaand Foochow Tea Company. 146 George eet. B. Washer, manager, 3LE Manufacturer of Marzapan, French Nougat, and Italian Confections, Jlioon, 153 George street [AMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, 5d tin; Fickles, 8d; Sauce. 5d bottle, mco, 4d stick; Tea, reaUy good.J-a 3FFEEria ; Tea, Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, 6d Macfarlane. Hanover street. GORGE SEARLE, Hosiery Manufacturer. -Men’s Knitted Sox, Is; Boys and ’ strong Knitted Hose from lljd. JORGE SEARLE.—Men’s Knitted Pants, 4s 9d; Ladies’ Knitted Hose, Is Jd ; , Btrong^hWi^J; Boys’Shirts. Is 3d. JORGE SEARLE, 113 George street, near Hanover street, the oldest hosiery manurerintown. Ladies can have their own knitted. tenders ’S CONSOLIDATED Q.M. COMINY, LIMITED, NENTHORN. )ERS are invited for Supplying this mpany with the followingi )ace of One Year from October I,IBBJ. IMBBR, IRONMONGERY, addles, kerosene oil, tIEMIOALS, COALS, And other necessaries. will be received at the Company s ’enthorn, up till noon on FRIDAY, : 27, 1889. particulars from LESLIE A. NORMAN, Legal Manager. street, Dunedin, just 31,1889. . TO CONTRACTORS. INTENSION OF TIME FOR TENDERS. ne for Receiving Tenders for the ion of a Warehouse on the Reid, Wellington, for Messrs Sargood, pen is Extended to Noon of MON Ith SEPTEMBER, 1889. SULMAN AND POWER, Architects, Sydney. LEWIS H. DUVAL, Superintending Architect. LUTHA RIVER BOARD. RS are Invited for the Removal of “from the Clutha River, between Mouth and Beaumont. Will be the Board’s Office, Balcluthajup a FRIDAY, the 13th September. i etc., to be seen at the office of the Balolutha; and at my Office, New taieri county. S will be received at Mosglel until lay, sth September, Mtrnction of Two Culverts (stone timber) on the Cemetery road, en Island. Plan and specification wHb^_ County Engineer. TO CiKT. ISING Spaces, immediately oppoprinoipal entrance to Exhibition, .ply early to A. Tapper and Co., Dunedin Advertising Spaces, corner of and Manor streets; Exhibition. Apply to F. w. rock Hotel, or C Downham (late esa). Jones street, Dunedin jvT5-roomed Cottage, top Dowlet steps; also, various Houses, nington, Anderson s Bay .and ley. John Reid and Sons, Bond ffices anfiTCellarage, ■esently occupied by Mr W. Star Office. . Anderson’s Bay, a well built ningly situated COTTAGE, conEtooro, Two Bedrooms, Kdcben, -oom, and Lavatory. Plentiful , and half an acre of well culti?ruit and Vegetable Carden LUNT, Esq., Oaklands, AndertdAliK that desirable Property known ,n House, formerly occupied as ng about 14 rooms, also public at Brighton. For particulars, owison, Nicol, and Co.; or on B. Mr Lloyd A. Williams's •roperty of 2\ Acres, Maryhill, me or more lots; view unsur sid and Sons, Bond street. de (44 Acres) at Blueskm; iched; cheap; easy terms, itreet. FOR SALE, JOING BUSINESS in a itrict up Country. To a man »ital this is a rare opportunity. W. G. NEILL, Bond street. ell and cheaply done, urued in all weathers, ialty. Mrs Clark’, ley. Eatibllehod 1875

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

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