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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
WANTED 3. rANTED Known Extended Dance, Anderson Day Hall, Friday evening, IStli, Admission, including refreshments, 2a 6d; ladies invited. r ANTED, a good Machinist; constant y T employment. Roes and Glendining, clothing factory, Stafford street^ ug -• - ; ; ANTED, for Merchant’s Office, Shipping „ T and Customs Clerk. Apply by letter only, Box 173, l ost Office. ■ ANTED, Motherly Person to Adopt VV healthy Feunlo Infant, three months. Apply, stating premium wanted, to A.a., Star Office. WANTED Known-S. Marks, bootmaKer, now carrying on Business at 157 George street (opposite O. Bills's). \ /ANTED, Girl about 21, as W Assist in Housework. Apply MrsC C. Kettle, Union street. ST ANTED, immediately, first-class aairt wV B nd Bodice Hands; none others need apply. Mrs Mall (D.1.0.) Wanted known—Law u --r----, and Knives Sharpened; Stationers Machine Knives Ground; Keys Pitted to Locks. g-Haadt Bros . Great King street._ latlb JJIUQ 9 v * wwv 11 —' —■ T ANTED Known—Brundell and Koss, ww 103 George street, agents for Thorp s !tent Gas-burnofs. WiJ save 20 per cent. ' i in gas. lUD __ * r ANTED Known—Hot-water _ Apparatus » 7 fitted np, Gas and Water laid on; estiites given. Telephone 525. given, —; r" i /ANTED Known-Roofs Repaired, *™jky V Chimneys cured. Best workmanship ranteed at a moderate cost. UVOCU « wtANTED Known—Wm. Mills, Stafford l\[ street, Gnnmaker and Locksmith, Musts Scales. Weights, and Measures Junta _ “7 ‘ T Soaniah Kgga, for sitting; largest 6 8 87-88.89; 10s fid sitting. , Hanover street. r BA.—Best value in Dunedin-Oalcutte and Foochow Tea Company, 146 George treet. B. Washer, manager. OLE Manufacturer of Matzapan, French Nougat, and Italian Confections. J. mioon, 153 George street. JLIUUU) wv,, -0 ■ ' lAMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, sdtin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, M tattle, jacoo, 4d stick; Tea, really good. Is 6d Ib._ lOFFES, ls>; Tea, 1» 2d; Baking Soda, 2d i lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d ; Herrings, 6d Macfarlane, Hanover street. — EORGB”SEARLE, Hosiery Manufacturer, ‘ —Men’s Knitted Sox, Is; Boys and i a fcrong Knitted Hose from lljd. 3 BUIVUft - —■■ EORGB SKARLE.—Men’s Knitted Pants, 4s 9d; Ladies’ Knitted Hose, Is 9d, ’s strong Shirts, Is 9d; Boys’ Shuts. Is 3d. !ORGE SKARLE, 113 George street, near Hanover street, the oldest •er in town. Ladies can have their own spitted. ______ TO h&t. ERTI3ING Spaces, immediately oppoite to principal entrance to Exhibition, Apply early to A Tapper and Co., reet, Dunedin. LET, 6-roomed House. M’George, Maitland street. Apply J. LET, Advertising Spaces, corner of Princes and Manor streets; ce to Exhibition. Apply to F. W. i. Shamrock Hotel, or 0. Downham (late y’s Express), Jones street, Dunedin. LBlVnew 5 roomed Cottage, top Dowing street steps; also, various Houses, in, Mornington, Anderson s Bay ,and east Valley. John Reid and Sons, Bond LET, Offices and Cellarage, Crawford Meet, presently occupied by Mr w. u Apply Stab Office. £0& SALH. I SALE, Mr Lloyd A. Williams’s •autiful Property of 1\ Acres, Maty hill, ■ton, in one or more lota; view unsur ’ John Reid and Sons, Bond street. [ For Sale (44 Acres) at Blueskin; mse attached; cheap; easy terms, George street. tenders IDERS are invited for Erecting a Oar md Cabmen’s Shelter and Coffee Room. Hardy, architect. DEES are invited until the 16th inst. or Erecting a Dwelling-house in York A. BURNSIDE, Architect. 3ERS are invited till noon of Friday, ie 20th inst., for the Erection of a ■e (of wood, two storeys) in Belleig street. JAMES HISLOP, Architect. TO MEDICAL MEN. RENDERS invited for the position of . Medical Officer to the Ivanhoe Lodge, 1.113, U.A.O.D. Tenders to be sent to the dersigned on or before Monday, 23td inst. W. STRONACH, Grange street. ,RT STREET WEIGHBRIDGE. SION OF TIME FOR TENDERS. [MB for receiving Tenders for teasing Weighbridge is Extended to 5 o clock rednesday, 18th September. 1889. ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk, i, 6th September, 1889. educational. D Pupils for the Pianoforte; heirs preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, off St. Andrew street). School of Art, Moray place.t Classes, Mondays and Wednesstudy of Freehand and Model ,wing and Painting from the ing in monochrome, Modelling in isdays and Thursdays: Practical. ,lid Geometry; Mechanical and drawing. Fridays; Drawing and the living model. Open J s 6d. DAVID O. HUTTON, AND pianoforte studio e the Dresden Pianoforte WareEPHRAIM PARKER Teacher of md Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of rte and Singing) will receive Pupils ive address. Bands supplied tor Performances, Concerts arranged, a provided. Balls and Evening Par■df Private address: The Laurels, ANJO AND GUITAR. fRBD O. BAKER receives Pupils his Rooms. “Dagraar College, I (next Choral Hall), on the Five, Seven String Banjo and Guitar nethod). How to play your own ent taught in a few lessons. Hours ie j 10 to 12 a.m., 2t04 pm. Evenon Monday, Tuesday, and Friday i 7 to 10. ClasM for Ladies starting. ;era: A. G. BAKER, Forth street’ V Work well and cheaply done, notoally returned la all weathers, ■is a specialty. Mrs Clark s rtb-eaat Valley. EfltabHflhed 187«> ETON’S Washed and.’ Fumigated Woollen Flock; only maker in the Inquire all furniture upholsterers. Schnapps, jIOLTED testimonials from medical [emeu testify to the merits of Wolfe £ FISSES THOMSON and Kelly have Re 1 snmedl Private Dressmaking, R Brown s, ge street. A tiial solicited. Apprentioei
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