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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8026, 1 October 1889
DATS ADVERTISEMENTS AULSEBROOK AND CO. IF You Omnot Procure Our Biscuits from your Grocer, Call at our Stores iu Stuart street and order your requirements. Large Stock always on hand, A. A. TROUP, Agent for Otago. WANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. WANTED, an active Girl, about 15, to assist in Housework. Mrs William Barnes, Forth street. ISTO'ANTED, Carpenter; good all round T7 hand. Apply Salutation Hotel. WANTED, practical Shirt Machinists, New Zealand Clothing Factory, Dowling street. WANTED^ (Wednesday), Station Butcher and Milker; also Station Groom, with references; also 3 first-class Rabbit Trappers (North Island), Married Ploughman (station; wife general servant). Apply Jas. Whyte, Rattray street. WANTED immediately, useful Girl for Housework. For address, Mrs Watts, F.O. Store, Main road, Maori Hill. WANTED, a Youth, used to Plane. Apply to T. Kanford, Chalmers place (off George street). WANTED, first-class Coatmaker, G. M. Wilkie, British and American practical tailor, 164 George street, WANTED, Apprentices to the Dressmaking. Apply Miss Bowden, opposite R. Glendiuing’s, Esq., North-east Valley. WANTED, To Sell, 150 Flags, suitable for school children or decorative purposes. Apply Farra, Stafford street. WANTED, good steady Baker; preference given to good Biscuit-hand ; references required; wages, 30s per week and found. Apply (by letter) Wm. M'Crcne, Elies road, Invercargill. WANTED, tidy Girl, for Housewoik; to sleep at home. Apply Mrs Matheson, corner of Maitland and High streets. WANTED, Two respectable Men Boarders ; friends preferred; terms moderate. House below Portsea terrace, Stafford street. WANTED, good General Servant; from country preferred ; reference. Mrs Golder, Morniogton Hotel. WANTED, a respectable, well-educated Youth as Apprentice to the Drapery ; trade thoroughly taught. Carter and Co. WANTED, a respectable young Lady as Apprentice, Apply early to Carter and Co , 6) and 62 George street. WANTED, a good General Servant ; one who can cook. Mrs Kippin, King street or St, David street. WANTED, first-class Man to Take Management of Boot Department in Wholesale House; must have practical experience. Apply by letter to Box 46. WANTED, active, tidy Girl, about 15 or 16, For address, Miss Millar, Leith Store, King street. ATST ANTED, an intelligent Lad, for Office; Vf must be quick at figures. Apply Henry Benjamin, Manse street. WANTED, small House, furnished or unfurnished. John Hercus and Co., 5 and 6 Exchange Court, Princes street. WANTED Known—Plumbing, Gasfitting, and Bellhangiug executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs attended to with despatch. Anderson and Morrison, Dunedim WANTED, Improvers and Apprentices to the Dress and Mantlemaking. Apply Mrs Gill, Princes street. WANTED, Painters and Papethangera; first-class hands on l y.Apply Smith and Smith, Octagon. WANTED, for Two Ladies to arrive tomorrow, a Furnished Bedroom, with fireplace; moderate terms, “N. 8.,” Star Office. MRS DICK Wants Cooks, Laundress, Dairymaids, experienced General Servants (no children), Laundress, Nurses (private), Housemaids. SKENE Wants Man for Fellmongery (country, constant employment), Married Shepherd (passage paid), Wheelwright and Carpenter, Cook. SMART Boy Wanted. Apply F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. BOOT Trade. Wanted, Machinists and Fitters; none but good hands need apply. Manse street Boot Factory. TO Painters.—Wanted, good General Hand; also Sign Waters; highest Sydney wages. Apply to W. 6. Hibble, decorator, New South Wales Court, or Pier Hotel. TENDERS Wanted for Building Chimneys at Caversham Rise ; labor only. Apply at once, T. Riddle. TENDERS Wanted for Building Chimneys, at once. Apply next Ritchie’s Store, Anderston, Kaikorai. WANTED Tenders for the sole right of selling Alcoholic Liquors at the Foresters’ Sports, FRIENDLY Societies’ Gardens, Sawyers Bay, on the Prince of Wales’s Birthday, Tenders to be s ENT to W. Woodland before 7 o’clock p.m. on Monday, the 14th inst. Jff/i K Cash will purchase I acre, good 5gfjbO roomed House, Mornington (mortgage, L 205). Fitzbardinge Jones, Princes street. TO LET, House, 4 rooms (pantry, scullery, verandah), North Dunedin; 9s. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. HOP To Let. Restaurant. Apply Star Caf6 and LET. fhat-class Hotel, In one of the suburbs of Dunedin, close to Exhibition; d stand; low rent. Apply Jas, Whyte, ttray street. LET, Carey Cottage (seven-roomed „ house), close to bridge, Forth street; inge, shower bath, garden. LET, Laurel Bank, Queen street; bath (hot and cold water); every convenience, iply on Premises. B7NOR SALE for Removal, 14 3-roomed Oottages; no reasonable offer refused. Apply James Peat, Parkside, Caversham. FOR SALE, nice Farm (80 acres), close to Blueskin railway station; divided into paddocks, with good dwelling-house, outbuildings ; part in bush ; price, L 550; easy terms. Apply Jas Whyte, Rattray street. TONE’S ABO Train, Steamer, Coach, and Tramcar Guide and Diary for October dy at the booksellers. "VTATIVES of Lanarkshire, please Meet at Jjl Shamrock Hotel on Wednesday night, 2nd inst. R. 0. Torrance, IRS IZETT, Christchurch, thoroughly recommends young Lady experienced icy Goods Saleswoman ; also Hotel Houseid, Waitress, [LOSING Branches so increased stock, we 1 are compelled further to Reduce Prices ivory Article during SALE. Little Dust Pan, continuing only until Saturday. October 6th. Special attention invited to grand YALUE offering in Cutlery, China, Glass, Earthenware, B.M, and Fancy Teapots, Hat Boxes, Trunks, Fire Screens, HANDBAGS, Accordions, Fancy Goods, efc.; no leading lines; everything reduced : finishing sale. Little Dust Pan. PIANOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s 6d. Chas. Brgg and Co. r IND K RSPEIL. —The ‘Christmas Gift’and i ‘ Kleinlieder ’; the ‘ Alphabet ’on sale, is. Eegg and Co. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freemans Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. A FACT.—The Challenge Plano Dop6f r\ have on Sale a Piano, 20 guineas cash. Liberal terms. je Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, labbitskins, Horsehair, etq., in any Arthur M‘Donald and Co., Bond
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