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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889
I LATE ADVERIiaMEt?^. TT7 ANTED, Employment, by thorough W competent Shoeing and General Smith. Address " Shoeing," Stab Office. 'ANTED. Housekeeper (working man); I T » one with child preferred ; up-country. Apply Mrs Qain, Walker street. T>OOT Trade.—Wanted, good Finisher; none O but the b3Bt need apply. Mar.se street Boot Factory. "RS DICK "Wants Boots, Barmaid (assist _ waiting), Waitress, Housemaid, Cook I (Laundress kept), Houßemaid (station), General Servants, Girls. |\ J"ISS ALLAN Wants Cooks (wageß, L4o\ IVI Cooks and laundresses, Nursegirlp, General Servants (hotels, private families). RS MAODONALD Wants General SerI j,ii vants, superior Married Couple, Housemaids, Girh, Cooks, Laundresses, Barmaids, Nu.r*e», Ploughmen, Lads. KENK Wants 2 Double-furrow Ploughmen; kj (one as foreman). Station Cook, Married Shepherd, Station Blacksmith, Rabbiters, COAT-MAKKFf, well up in Dress and Frock. G. M. Wilkie, British and Ametican practical tailor. 'ANTED Known —To meet increasing ■i i business G. W. Sandeman has Enlarged Saloon and added Extra Chair, ND trusts by attention to Patrons to merit L a continuance of support. Gavin Sandeman, 12!) George street. 1 i~k(fk beautiful golden-ripe JL"" BaDnnas-bpstever imported. Obtainable only at Pryr,i V, 02 Princes street. Fine ripe Fiji Pines, Sydney and Sarroan Grangeß, Mandarine, Navels, Loquats. Pryor, Princes street. Bunches splendid Rhubarb, our own JL\j\r growing; largest and best in market; Figß, Prunes. Pryor. ►RYORS Recipe for Marmalade ackiiow- .«. ledged to be the most economical. Seville Oranges just landed; order early. DUTHIE BROS, are now, showing their Summer Dresses and Millinery. Inspection invited, 174,176 George street. TO LET, 6 and 9 roomed Houses; paddock, and_ gardens full of fruit; stable, fowlI house; av'ary and conservatory; beehouseJ gas and water; view and shelter second to none. Wood, damp-proofiboot shop, Arcade. 0 LET, 1 Five and 1 Four-roomed Cottage, ji York place. Allan Anderson, 26 Rattray street. 0 LET, 3 and 4-roomed Cottages, Cumber- „ land street; rent low. Apply A. Gillies, Bath street. OR SALV, 8 Spring Carts, 2 Buggies, jl Fhaiiton and Harness. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street (next Bank N.Z.). lOR SALE, cheap, young Cow at calving ; jl second calf. M. O'Donnell, Frederick street, Dunedin. OR SALE, about f> Tons prime Oamaru -. Seed Potatoeg. Arthur M'Donald and OR SALE, 250 Acres, Leith Valley, in .. lots from 20 acres upwards to suit purchasers, or arrangements can be made for leasing on favorable terms to suitable tenants. J. and W, Gage, 10 Rattray Btreet, EW Stylos for Dunedin Festive Season, ~ Be quite suro you buy at 9 Princes "RS GILL is now showing Latest Novelties in French and English Millinery; newest colorings and designs. 1 HOICfi Selection of Dreßß Materials; lead■vV ing Bbades. Dressmaking under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street. OGILVY, please Call upon mo. J. A. Torrance. R Prime Salt Butter, 6d per lb, to IJ* be had at Mercer Brothers'. IHE Little Dust Pan.—hale still continues, v and, having closed our Lawrence branch, still mi do further REDUCTION* in Galvanised Baths, Boys' School Bags, Cutlery, and China ware, e'c. ; inspection invited. Little Dust Pan. EXCELLENT quality of Boiling and Corned Beef from lid lb. W. Duke, family butcher, George street. PALACE Roifer~Bkating Rink Open Every Morning, Afternoon, and Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday Evenings. Admfssion Is. Charming Flowering Plants, Stocks, - v v Wallflowers, Calceolaria. Ageratum, Chrysanthemums, Canterbury Bells, Antirr-1 hinum, Forget-me-not, etc, Bull. |RY Mrs Buchanan, George street, for . Lpmons, Applfls, 3d lb; Seville Oranges (large supply), Tahitis, T> HUBARB;' Eating~and ~Cooking~Apples i\j from 3d lb; homemade Marmalade and Jams. At BuchananV. WKKDIF, Leith street, next Beattie's • Bakory, Repairs all kinds of Clocks, Watches, and Jewellery; charges raolorato. Just received, a consignment of J good, old, matured Cheese; 2d per lb. Mercer Brothers. Lawn Tennis BailsTßatiT, I etc.. jnst to hand at Jacobst's Gift Depot. ACRAME Twine in all Shades, also Crowpl, Embroidery, and Washing Silk*. Jacobs's Gift Depfit. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.— Bargains in Ladies' Boots Tomorrow; splendid | assortment; new styles ; low prices. (TJBLIO Benefit Boot Company.—Bargains in Men's strong Balmorals, Cookham's, and Elastic-side Boots; great reductions. PUBLTO Benefit Boot Company.—Bargains in Youths' and Boys' Boots at reduced prices; wear guaranteed. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company,—Bargains in Children's School Boots; wear well; money cannot buy better value. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—Bargains for everyone; sweeping reductiors; a trial will pro\e it. R. B. Ingram, manager. "RS DREAVER has the most stylish «. ' • Summer Bonnets and Hats to be seen in Dunedin. ADIES aro requested to call and inspect J the Goods. The- prices are within the rearh of all. ARGE Stock of Summer Dresß Materially all the now colors; White Embroidered Robes; also, lovely Dress Materia', suitable for Exhibition wear. Dressmaking from 10s 6d Mrs Dreaver. E. PARTRIDGE (from Stagg and » Mantle's, London) has now on Show a variety of Spring and Summer Millinery in all the newest styles, Ribbons, Laces, etc. Ostrich Feathers Cleaned, Dyed, and Curled equal to new. RESSMAKING on the Premises—Good .■_»• Fit Guaranteed Mourning Orders Promptly Kxeouted; everything of the best quality and lowest town prices. L. E. Partridge, corner St. David aud Cumberland streets. EW Spring and Summer Clothing. .x.l Magnificent stock Men's Suits, 27s 6d to 555. Clothing Factory, Octagon. UTHIK BROS, are now showing their Summer Drcssf s and Millinery. Inspection invited. 174,176 George street. n LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Build- " ings,—Special job linp, 100 pieces fancy Drilettes, worth 7jd—for s|d. LENDININO AND DOBIE, Albert BuildT ings.—Snecial job line, 100 niec-s Cambric Prints, lovely patterns, worth 10£ d—for 6fd. LENDINING AND DOBIE. Albert BMldTT ings. Special line of Zephyr Dre?s Ginghams ; new designs, worth 1s 4d~ forlO^d (N LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Build~K ingc. Large assortment of the newest shades and fabrics in Drees Materials. LENDINING AND^D _ OTiE7AFbm : t"BuT]dVJ ings.—Laces, Corsets, Umbrellas, Frillingp, Handkerchiefs, Millinery, etc., much under wholesalo cost. LENDINING AND DOBIE. Albert Build»T ingß.—Large assortment Shirtings, Sheetings, White and Art Curtains, Tablings, Towels —wholesale prices. I LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Build\JF ings.- Call and examine our Clothing and Mercery ; good quality, slaughtering prices. "VTEW Goods in every Department: new 1.1 Millinery, Straws, Ribbons, Silks, Laces, Flowers, Shapes, Gloves. Misses Brownlie. 'NFANW and Children's Millinery, Corsets ». (perfect Hose, Underclothing, Babylinen, Pelisses, Pinafores, Aprons, Tunios. M'OTJRNING Millinery.—Bonnets from 7s 6d, Mourning Hats from 7s 6d, beautiful assortment of cheap Mourning Flowers. I* A A A A Splendid Bedding Plants now OV''vV ready—Asters, Stocks, Double Wallflower, Cornflowers, Delphinium, Canterbury Bella. Prize. A URICULAS, Pansies. Lakenalias. Our i\. Show is well worth a vis'''. Call and inspect. Pryor, Princes street. Oabb.igp, Cauliflower, and .«_ v- <j •<.' -.' w Red Cabbage Plants; also, IVmalc, Cuoumbor. an l .! LeUuco riant:;. Pivot-
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