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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED, by an experienced Barmaid from Christchurch, Situation in Private Bar. Address “R.M.,” Stab Office. WANTED, for Eoslyn, General Servant, able to Cool and Wash. Apply, after 6, Clifton Hone?, High street. WANTED, a tidy respectable Girl for Housework. lytrs Anderson, Leith street, between Frederick and Hanover streets. WANTED, smart energetic yo> '■; Man used to Seeds and Grain. Appiy - i;th references, also stating age an(J experience, to “ A.8.0.,” Star ■ ANTED, useful Chi! Apply Mr Miller’s Store, Roslyn. WANTED, Apprentices to the Dress*, making, at once. Apply Misses Dow, 14 George street. WANTED, General Servant, about IT. Apply after 6 p.m., Mrs Hale, corner Eden and St. David streets. WANTED, steady, respectable Lad, about 14, for soft goods trade. Apply own handwriting, “ Importer,” Stab Office. WANTED, a young Man, used to Blacksmithing. Apply sharp, J. W, I Faulkner, Cumberland street. WANTED' To "Buy Ale and Porter Bottler. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt I street. WANTED Known—! Engineering Repairs executed promptly; Brass and Iron Castings daily. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED Known—Plumbing and Gas fitting Repairs executed with despatch by experienced workmen. Anderson and Morrison. ANTED, a tidy Girl, 16 or 17 years, for Housework. Apply Davidson’s Store, Glen, Mornington, WANTED, a good Boot Saleswoman. Apply to Simon Brothers, George street. WANTED, Apprentices to the Dress and Mantlemaking, also Machinist. Mrs Gill, Princes street. WANTED, Situation for a young Girl as Waitress or to Keep Shop. Address * 1 Situation,” Stab Office. WANTED, General Servant; one from the country preferred. For address apply Jno. Gallic, draper, George street. MR DICKIE gives his Ventriloquial Entertainment, King street Congregational Church Bazaar, To-night. No extra charge. GREAT Sale of Lightband, Allan, and Co.’s Christchurch Stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street, corner St. Andrew street. FUR boys’ and Ycu hs’ Clothing, best qua! lity, Colonial make, try Jno, Gallic, 86 and 88 George street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8009, 11 September 1889

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