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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known Electro-plating of Cruet Frames, Spoons, Forks, etc., and all k'mls of old Ware, executed with despatch. Anderson and Morrison. WANTED, Girl about 14. For address apply Mr Caldow, grocer, Caversham_ WANTED, strong Boy about 14 or 15. Apply Joseph Faria, tinsmith, etc., Stafford street. ANTED To Sell, Double Buggy and Harness; almost new. Address 1 Buggy,” Etar Office. WANTED, good General Servant. Apply Mrs Wait, City road, Roslyn. WANTED, useful Girl, assist Housework, Mind Children, Apply at once, Mrs J. S. Macdonald. Lawrence street, Mornington. WANTED, a thoroughly efficient Bookkeeper for a Wholesale Importing Firm. Box No. 95, P.O. WANTED, Bicycle; 50in, ball bearings. WANTED, at once, 20 Painters and Paper* hangers, also 4 Improvers, for Governor’s Residence. Apply sharp, Smith and Smith, Octagon. WANTED, a useful Girl, about 16, to assist in Housework; small family. For address, apply Shepherd’s Store, Roslyn; apply before noon or after 6 p.m. WANTED, an experienced Cook. Apply morning, Mrs Sievwright, High street. WANTED, experienced Bodice Hands; also Apprentices to the Dressmaking. Apply Miss Campbell, D.I.C. WANTED, [Girls for Sewing. Apply Mrs Outbill, Lees street, opposite Cricket Ground, _____ WANTED, good Domestic Servant. Apply Rev. J. Sharp, Cumberland street, back Museum. WANTED, immediately, Improvers and A pprentices for the Dressmaking. Mrs Marshall, Lower York place. WANTED, strong, active Girl for Timaru; good wages. Apply Mrs M’Yilly, corner Athol place Frederick street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8019, 23 September 1889

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