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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. SO"ANTED, a Boy, north end of town. fv Apply Joseph Fana, tinsmith, etc., Stafford street. ANTED To Purchase, a fow Andalusian v 7 Hens; atato price and where seen. "Poultry," Star Office. 'ANTKD To Bent, a. Houue, 7 or 8 rooms, ~. with b -th ; about ten minutes' walk from High School. Apply "X.Y.J5.," Star Office. rr ANTED, Girl for Fancy Box-making. V? Apply T. G. Brickell. Bath street. ANTKD, a Married She.iherd for the 7 » North Island. Apply Murray, Roberts, and Co. WANTED To Hiro or Purchase, a good Showcase, about 6x3xß: suitable for the display of varioue-jized bottles of coffee essence*. Apply, piving fi'll particulars, to Svmington and Co., Box 35. Post OffiVe. W ANTKD.—Money to Lend in any i-um, at ourrent rates. D. Douglas Macdonald, Bolioitor, Dunedin. WANTED, Dairy-fed Pigs; highest price given. Jas. Stephen and Co., opposite bridge, Great King street. « «.rANTED, a Boy (about 14) to Run ParVy eels at north end of City. Simon Bros., George street. WANTED Known Electro-plating of Cruet Frames, Spoons. Forks, etc.. and all lends of old Ware, executed with despatch. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED Known Watches thoroughly Cleaned, 5j ; Mainsprings, 4s 6d. By Peter Dick (upstairs), next Afchena;ura, Octagon. 'ANTKD, a kind Person to Adopt a Bab Girl, six weeks old. Apply "A._.," Posh Office, Oamaru. _____ T ANTED, young Aldm-ney Cow ; recently V V calved or near calving. State age and price, "Alderney," Stab Office. WANTED, by a respectable Married Woman, with comfortable home in tho country, a Child to briDg up or to adopt: terms moderate: iiood references given. Address " A.0.C.," office of this paper. W "ANTED, respectable Youth about 14, for Offlos Work. Apply by letter only, Buttorworth Bros.. N Z., Limited. LISTED Known—Sbag Point Coal deT T lirored at 21s per ton. William Watfon, coal merchant. Office : Octagon. WANTED Known—William Watson is still in the Coal Business. Office : Octagon (near Athemeum). WANTED Known—William Watson, Coal Merchant, delivers all kinds of Coals at lowest rates. Office: Octagon (near Athenaeum). WANTED. 500 people at Anderson s Bay to attend tb» Mohican Minstrels' Entertaioment, Garrison Hall, Tuesday night. _„, ANTED, a kind Person to Take Charge W of little Boy, six manth ß old. "R.V.R.," Foot Office. ANTED, Plumbers and" Gasfitters. A. ' and T. Burt. W" ANTKD, strong Apprentico for Copper Shop; one who has been at the trade preferred. A. and T. Burt. "ANTFjD. a Housekeeper for count y; * v take charge <f young family. Apply Mrs M'Beatb. Royal terrace. TANTED, a Town Traveller. Apply by t w letter to Vr Blandfotd, Butterworth Brother*', Limited, High street. 7" ANTED Known—That w7Cuttle. South ' Dunedin, Buys Furniture in any quantity. Highest price given. WANTED Known -Watches, Clock', and Jewellery of every description Cleaned and Repaired nt the most reasonable prices in town. H. H. Bailey, 29 Royal Arcade. ANTED, good General Hervnt with v v references. Apply Mrs R. M. Marks, Hope streot, opposite St. Matthew's Church. Cooks. faundres«s, Parlorw " maids inUtions), NnTsei. Girls (farms, hotels), General Servants, Waitresses, Housemaids. Murley'fl, MacUggan streot. ANTED, respectable Girl frr Anderson's » » Bay. Apply between 7 and 8 this evening at Strainers and Scott's, George street. ANTED To Sell, Second-hand Kxp'ees, ' with top; al?o New one, cheap. A. Roberts, King street. 'ANTED, Apprentices to the Dressmakv » ing. Mrs Donald, George street (next Dr Batchelor). ANTED, an Unfurnished Room, with v■» fireplace: neighborhood of Rattray street preferred; state terms, " Room," Star Office. J ANTED, an Frrand Boy. Apply Otago V 7 Drug Store, 104 Princes fitreet (opposite Bank New Zealand). _NTED, Improvers and Apprentices to v 7 Dressmaking; al»o smart Girl to take parcel!. Mifl3 Mackay, 92 Georgo street. ANTRD, by a respeotable Woman, » v■» Child to mind, at a lenient sum ; (rood reference. Address Mrß Davis, grocer, KiDg street. "RS DICK Wants Housekeeper (country i »„. hotel), Barmaid, Waitress, Housemaid, Waitress, Cooks, Housemaid (station), General Servants, Bootp. "RS CHALMERS Requires (Monthy, >* ■ *harp) Working Housekeeper, experienced Heusemalds (hotels, private), Cooks, Laundrense?, General Servants (small families), Female Oooks (hotels). Jessie Maxwell, please call. KENE Wants Married Shepherd, Head kj Ploughman, Single Shepherd, Babbittrappers, Station Blaoksmitb, Station Cook, Flax Boyß. >AINTRRS and Paperhangers Wanted. Thoß, Johnston, Great King streot. ITUATION Wanted by young Man; grocer's kj preferred, or take charge of horses. Address " Competent," Star Office, 'ORKING Housekeeper Wanted imraev T diately for few woeks ; small boarding houpc; gocd references required. "House," Stab Office. DRESSMAKER, thoroughly experienced, wishes Work by the day. Address " Dressmaker," Star OfHee. " T was not Mrs Hansen, Walker street, that II appeared in Court this week. _OQ f?/i _ Comparatively new City Villa, dvOOv five rooms; bath, oopper, grate?, range; handsome design. Evans, Princes street. —Clyde avenue, Two Sections, „w 66 x 82; fenced; beautiful building site; bargain. Evans, Princes street. —Magnificent Suburban Pro- •<_* v perty, ten rooms; cottager, stables, vineries; perfect sacrifice; worth treble, Evans. PITZHARDINGE JONES, 95 Princes Street, Lends Money at Lowest Rates on Freehold Security. Bills Discounted daily. ■jlOR SALE, Properties (Dnnedin and ffl suburbs) from LBO to L 2.000. Fitzhardinge Jours, 95 Princes street. OR SALE, good Paying Business: suburbs; i jbj 2 sections, 3hop, house; L4OO. FitzI hardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. 0 LET, Five-roomed Houses, North-east Valley and Bishopscourt, Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street,
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