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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8012, 14 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. SPECIAL General Meeting Pbcenix, Shamrock, 8 p.m.. Wednesday, 18th, to amend rules and receive Caledonian Society’s reply. 171X-HIGH SCHOOL Girls’Club.-A Mertiug ot Members will bo held at the School, Monday, September Kith, at 8 o’clock. ANTED, experienced General Servant; references required. Apply Mrs Whitson, George street north. WANTED Known—That W. Cuttle, South Dunedin, Buys Furniture in any quantity. Highest price given. _ SKENE Wants Married Shepherd, Station Cook and Baker, Station Blacksmith, superior Dairyman, single Shepherd, 6 Rabbiters. ANTED, strong"respectable Boy. Apply to William Couston, ironmonger, Rattray street. WANTED, strong, useful Boy. Apply Little Dust Pan. Close 6.30. WANTED, good General Servant, Apply Mrs Wait, City road. Roslyn. WANTED, good Coatmaaer, u» weekly wageman ; steady work for good man. Apply Albany street Post Office MRS CHALMERS Wants 4 Female Cooks (hotels). Male Cook, Housemaids, Tablemaids, General Servants (hotels, private), Houaegirls (town). MISS ALLAN Wants General Servants (no washing), experienced Nurses, Cooks and Laundresses, General Servants, Useful Girls. _____ M”~ RS DICK Wants Head Cook (town), Cooks (country hotels), Waitress, Cook, Laundress, Housemaid, Tablemaid (same station, references). WANTED Known—Court Pride of the Leith (A.0.F.) will celebrate its 241h Anniversary by a C “CONCERT and Ball on Friday, the 20th j September, in the North Dunedin Drillshed. BOYS’ Clothing New, stylish, durable cheap; most complete stock; Suits, 5s to 40s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. PATOiOK SHEE AN— Please Write to your Mother; she is destitute. Mrs Sheean, care of Mr Lancaster, Dowling street, Dunedin. DANCING at the Choral Hall every Saturday Evening; Gentlemen, Is ; Ladies inWHO will have a 7 or 8-toomed House, with paddock, To Let, near town, to a good tenant, for a term, by March next ? Reply “Alpha,” Box3ol. NEW Spring and Summer Clothing. Magnificent stock Men’s Suits, 27s 6d to 55a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. MRS DREAVER has room for a few new Pupils in the Scientific Dress Cutting Classes. EVERY Pupil Taught to Measure and Fit on perfectly. Terms, 30a till proficient. MRS DEE AVER’S Summer Millinery now Opened ; lovely goods. Really becoming Hats and Bonnets in all the latest styles, at moderate prices. DRESS Materials in all the New Colors; rare selection to choose from. White Dress for the Exhibition. TO LET, superior 4-roomed Verandah Cottage ; every convenience; City road, Roslyn; tram passes door. pfftO LET 5-roomed Dwelling, Hart street, 1 Roslyn. John Clegg, Manse street. TO LET 2-roomed Cottage, Dnndas street; scullery, etc. John Clegg. Manse street. TO LET, in Manor place, 4-roomed Cottage; 7s. J, Henry, Walker street. TO LET, in Lees street, superior 5-roomed Verandah Cottage. J.-Henry, Walker street. TO LET, 6-roomed House, Cargill street'; convenient. Apply York House, York place, top Dowling street, rI.ET, for a term or short period (furnished), Oratauui House, Blneskin. Aply to Perpetual Trustees Co. mO LET, 5-roomed Brick Houses, every Jl. convenience, South Dunedin ; 6s, Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street (next bank).
THOR SALE, 4 Spring Carts, 2 Covered Ex|J presses, Buggy, Phaeton, and Harness, Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. FOR SALE, 40 Acres Bush Land, 2 miles from Dunedin ; L 250 the lot; Lsoeash, Apply Jas. White, Rattray street, Dunedin. -710R SALE, £-acre Section, St, Kihla, with S’ 24-roomed Brick Cottages; price, L 225 the lot. Apply Jas. White, Rattray street. V' OR SALE, small Tinsmith’s Business; 8’ small capital required. Apply to “ W. 8.,” Star Office. ■JJHTZ HARDINGS JONES, 95 Princes street. Lends Money at Lowest Bates on Freehold Security. Bills Discounted daily. FOR SALK, Properties (Dunedin and suburbs) from LBi) to L2,U00. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. FOR SALE, good Paying Business; suburbs; 2 sections, shop, house; L 350. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. TO LET, Five-roomed Houses, North-east Valley and Bishopscourt. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. to £SOO Advanced on Goods For Sale, gfr j Furniture for Private Sale. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. jn 4A K —i City Freehold ; six - roomed House, outhouses; lot of conveniences ; a bargain. Evans, Princes street. i* Handsome six-roomed Resi--4&00 vJf dence, Roslyn ; fronting Town Belt; two minutes’ from tram. Evans, Princes street. Pictures— Prizes; Art Union, _ _ Linden Lodge Druids. Tickets (Is) will be drawn on 20lh. Otago Loan Office, 69 Pi incea street. Hi. Moss. aj Working Man’s Horae, 5 gSi/JL iO rooms, i-aoregarden; superior Gent’s Residence, J-acre (splendid order), L 260; rich CO-acra Farm, near town, commodious buildings, LlO acre, Skene. Deposit.—Forbury, 3 Sections and LI,000; bargain. Bryant, agent. K Deposit—Fitzroy, very neat Cot- & O tage of 4 rooms ; good Section; very complete ; L 250. Bryant, agent. Deposit. West Dunedin, neat 5-roomed Verandah Cottage; every convenience; L 20 0; bargain, Bryant, Dowling street. __ sTfe Deposit. St. David street, neat 4-roomed Verandah Cottage ; good position; L2OO. Bryant, Dowling street. /k Deposit.—Kavensbourne, 4-roomed I Sr Cottage and Section, Beach road; L 140; monthly payments. Bryant, Dowling street, OO K. Deposit,—Forbmy, large 7-roomed House and Section, all complete; L 35 0; bargain. Bryant, agent, Dowling street. Deposit.—Anderson’s Bay, J-acre, O good 6-roomed Bay-window Verandah House; LOOP. Bryant, agent. Deposit. Mornington, 2 Sections £4> and neat 4-roomed Cottage; L 375; easy terms. Bryant, Dowling street. ijafj Deposit.—Clarendon, 110 acres Freei hold, 300 acres Leasehold; fenced and subdivided; L3CO; terms. Bryant, agent. ■ ]r*-j w Deposit.—Maori Hill, neat 4-roomed dt'JLO Cottage and Section, L 18 5; monthly ! payments, Bryant, Dowling street. TD,~MOCKFORD (successor to late • Hector Mock ford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker street; orders punctually attended to. -VTEW ZEALAND and South Seas ExhibiJ3I tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. FRUIT Trees. Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s ai)d Teas); all well grown. _____ Y- ECTeTABLE Seeds for present sowing Seed Potatoes; Garbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howden and Moncrieff, ILLINERY.—Spring and Summer Show, Tuesday, 3rd September, and following days. Inspection invited. Mrs Gill, Princes street. ' ' MRS GILL has opf.ncJ, ex Aorangi, 3 cases of latest colorings in Dress , Materials; special value. A FACT.—The Challenge Piano Depot have on Sale a Piano, 20 guineas cash. Liberal terms. E aro Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Babhitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M’Douald and Go., Bond street. SK Grocers for Strang’s patent ’ Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pots required fBECT from the Mills,—Choice selection grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon,
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