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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known —Be not Deceived— Watches thorongbly Cleaned, sa; Mainsprings, 4» 6d. Peter Dick, upstairs, next Athenceum. WANTED, Tenders for Cutting and Setting Large Quantity of Blnestone at Littleboume House. Apply on ground. mENDERsTWanted, Additions to Cottage; JL close 14th inst.,o 30 p.ra. Plans with W Cuttle, general dealer, South Dunedin, Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R8 DICK Wants (this evening) smart Waitress (12s), Housemaid (14s). Cook (20a), Cooks, Laundresses, experienced Servants, TAILORS.— A Practical Bespoke Cutter ia open for Engagement; would take management. “ Sartor,” P,O„ Dunedin, BOOT Trade.—Wanted, a good Fitter at once. Apply R. M'Kinlay and Son, Hillside. BOOT Trade.—Wanted. Girls as Improvers for Machine and Fitting; also Benchmen. Simon Brothers, George street. O"LET, Room, partly furnished; every convenience. E. Lancaster, Dowling street (opposite Convent). 0 LET. 8-roomed House, Cargill street; suitable for boarders. Apply fcmith’s Store, Bt, Andrew street. ONDON STREET, near Albert street, on terms to suit purchaser, a choice Property, well let to good tenants; also, in Castle street, near St. David street, a superior Brick Cottage of six rooms, with every convenience. Apply Mrs Hannah, St. Olair. POB SALE, Model of a f.r. Ship. Apply tpposite hhiel Hill Hotel, Anderson Bay. FOR SALE, 4 Spring Carts, 2 Covered Expresses, Buggy, Phaeton, and Harness. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. FOR SALE, Stxteen-foot Boat; nearly new. Apply Grey Valley Coal Company’s Yard, Rattray street wharf. FOR SALE, Two good Oows at calving. Apply C. Banbury, Rattray street. pi to £SOO Advanced on Goods For Sale, dvJL Furniture for Private Sale. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. I our Lawrence Branch we find has J so increased our already Large Stock that WE are compelled during present month to make still Further Reductions in Prices of everything AT Little Dust Pan. In China, Glass, Earthenware, Britannia Metal, and Fancy Teapots we offer IMMENSE Value. Special consignment Table Cutlery, Travelling Tranks, Hat Boxes, Hand-bags, Portmanteaux. Little Dust Pan. REOHABITES. —Hope of Dunedin Tent Anniversary Celebration. Concert and Social Tea in Choral Hall on Friday, September IS, at 7.50. Best entertainment in town. Admission—One Shilling. MILLINERY.— Spring and Summer Show, Tuesday, 3rd September, and following days. Inspection invited. Mrs Gill, Princes street. MRS GILL has opened, ex Aorangi, 3 oases of latest colorings in Dress Materials; special value. EXHIBITION Model Piano: seven octaves, steel frame, covering Wrest plank, full trichords, repeater action, INCISED, gilded, and engraved panels; price L3B, net rash; ao discount. Now on view Obas, Begg and Co. ~VTEW ZEALAND and South Seas Bxhibi_l3l tion,—Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, fid—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept Messrs fitohktt and thornton, Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. TOM ROBERTSON (late Dunedin manager for 10 years for Lightband, Allan, and Co.) is selling his old film’s stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street, FULL Oompats Iron - framed Trichord Pianos, elegant Walnut Case, Patent Removable Check Actions, Warranted for TEN Years; price, S5 Guineas, with discount for Cash. Only obtainable Dresden Plano Depdt, Princes street. A FACT.—The Challenge Piano Depfit have on Sale a Piano, 20 guineas cash. Liberal terms. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Rabbitskina, Horsehair, etc,, in any quantity. Arthur M'Oonald and 00., Bond street. ASK Grocers for Strang’s patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water ; no pots required IS3 MOLLXSON Sings at the King street Congregational Church Bazaar To-night. POTATOES. WE HAVE FOR SALE about 10 Tons Prime Oamaru Hand-picked Derwents. ARTHUR M’DONALD AND CO., Bond street. TENDERS are invited till 4 p.m. on Friday, the 13th Inst, for Fittings, .etc., required in a Warehouse in Dowling street, for Anlfeld Bros, JAMBS HISLOP, Architect. Dowling street. TO CRICKET CLUBS. THE DUNEDIN AMATEUR GROUND COMPANY, LIMITED, will be glad to receive an application from a Cricket Club for half use of ground for coming season. Sole use of one of the dressing rooms, with lav.tory and shower. HENRY ROSE, Interim Secretary. EXCAVATIONS FOR GAS MAINS. The city op ddnbdin suburban GAS CO„ Ld., invite Tenders for Ex-, novations for Gas Mains in Selkirk street and Littleboume road, Roslyn. Specifications to be seen at the Cavercham Gas Works. Tenders close SATURDAY, 14tb, at Neon. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM DALEY, Engineer and Manager. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received up till Tuesday, 17th inst,, at 4 p.m., for the following works:— Balclutha—Addition to Sohool, Fapakaio—Shifting Residence, School of Art, Dunedin—Painting. Flans and specifications lor the Balclutha work may be seen at the School, Balclutha; for the Fapakaio work at the Middle School, Oaru»r;u; and for all the works at the Education Office, Dunedin. ?. G, PRYDE, Secretary. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Certificates and Testimonials, will be received up till TUESDAY, 17th SEPTEMBER, from TEACHERS qualified to fill the following vacancies : Inch Valley —Head Teacher. Salary, Ll4B. Camara North—Third Assistant (male). Salary, Lll4. Arthur street—Fifth Assistant (female). Salary, L 95, P. G. PRYDE. Secretary, FIRST SPRING SHOW OP SEASONABLE NOVELTIES. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Btb, And Following Days. Brown, bwing and go. respectfully request their Lady Patrons to favor them with a Visit of Inspection on Thursday next. Everything in touch with the times. •\TOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the jji Partnership between William Metcalf and John Young as Mail Carriers in Dunedin is dissolved as from the Ist September, IQB9, JOHN YOUNG JAMES METPALF. Witness,— ' * . OILHOUB.
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