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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8027, 2 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AUL3EBROOK AND CO. IF You Cannot Ptocure Our Biscuits from your GroCer, Call at our Stores in Stuart street and order your requirements. Large Stock always on hand. A. A. TROUP, Agent for Otago. WANTED, clean Girl, assist in Housework and children. For address apply (morning) 155 George street. WANTED, smart, respectable Lad, Apply Jacobs’s Gift Dep6 WANTED, Girl for Housework. Apply Mrs F. L. Jones, 168 George street. WANTED, a respectable Boy. A. B. Sidford, Arcade. WANTED, a few good Moulders and Improvers, Apply R, S, Sparrow and Co. WANTED, for Office, intelligent Youth; good writer and smart at figures. Apply Manager D.I.C. WANTED, kind motherly Person to Adopt Baby Boy. Apply by letter, “Baby,” Star Office. WANTED To Borrow, L 250, on town security. Address Star Office. WANTED, some Furniture on Hire. Address “ Harry,” Star Office. WANTED (Thursday) Station Butcher, Milker; also Married Plouehman (station), wife housekeeper, Jas. Whyte, Rattray street. ANTED To Buy Ale and Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street, ANTED, Sauce Bottles (any quantity); highest price, cash. Sauce Factory, opposite Knox Church, George street. tHETANTED, small House, furnished or unVt furnished. John Herein and Co., 5 and 6 Exchange Court, Princes street. _ _ _ ANTED Known—Plumbing. Gasfitting, and Bellhanging executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs attended to with despatch. Anderson and Morrison, Dunedin. WANTED, Assistants, Improvers, and Apprentices to Dress and Mantleraaking. Mrs Gill, Piinces street. W' ANTED, Cook (LI, station), Housemaids, Waitresses (country), experienced Girls (highest wages, small families), Dairymaids. Murley’s Agency. WILL John Haggle write to H.J., 54 Cab, Christchurch. ANTED, Five-roomed House in Caversham. State rent and particulars to “R. 5.,” Star Office. WANTED, steady Man as Boots: reference required. Prince of Wales Hotel. WANTED immediately, useful Girl for Housework. For address, Mrs Watts, P.O. Store, Main road, Maori T1 i 1 1 . ANTED, a Girl, to Sew Carpets and other Upholstery work. . Apply Scoullar and Chisholm, Kattray street. TVETANTED, Rooms for Dressmaking ; yt South Princes street or south end preferred ; state terms, “Dressmaker,” £ TAR Office. WANTED, by young Lady, Situation as Waitress in Confectioner’s Shop. Apply “ N.BStar Office. WANTED, smart Lad, used to tools, to learn Cabinetmaking. Goodall, corner Lees and Princes street south. WANTED Known—The old line of business for 25 years: Earthenware, China, Glass, and Lampware, and all kinds of Ware. A. Palmer, Staffordshire House, 35 George street, Dunedin. ANTED, immediately. Improvers and Apprentices for the Dressmaking, Mrs Marshall, Lower York place. BARRATT Wants, urgently, 16 General Servants (16s), Married Couple (references, 1.70), Lads (milkers, drive), Barmaids (country), SKENE Wants 4 esperienced Rabbit Trappers, Station Cook, Boy drive horses, Station Couple, Wheelwright, Ploughman, Boys, MRi CHALMERS (Labor Exchange) requires (urgently) Cooks Housemaids, Waitresses, Kitchenmaids (hotels), Cooks (no washing), Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, Parlormaids, experienced General Servants, Nursemaids, Waiters (references). IMPROVER Wanted. Apply Miss Simpson, dressmaker, Lower Hanover street. DRAPERY.— Wanted, a Boy for parcels: also Youth as apprentice. Fyfe and Cuming, George street. _ PAINTERS and Paperhangers Wanted. Apply Omand and Drew, decorators, 120 George street. RESSMAKEKU. Wanted, Improvers, Apprentices, and Body Hands. Apply Miss Morrison (Herbert, Haynes, and Go.). THE Boot Trade—Wanted, a good smart Youth, about 18, for the Retail Boot Trade. Apply in own handwriting, stating salary required, to R. Hannah and Co., Lambton Quay, Wellington. LADIES Want, immediately, plainly Finished Sitting and double-bedded Bed i room in a respectable locality; north end preferred ; terms must be moderate. Address “A, J.,” Star Office. ELLEKNOWE3. —To Let, large 4-roomed House; bathroom. Apply Mrs Carroll’s Store, Mornington. T J LET, South Dunedin, 5-roomed Brick Houses; every convenience ; 6s. Lamer, auctioneer. Rattray street (next Bank). TBIO LET, comfortable Four-roomed House; JL washhouse and copper; Regent street, South Dunedin. Apply next door, or to I. Selby, Castle street, Dunedin. mo LET, good 7-roomed House ; bath, i stable, every convenience; Leith street, City. Little Dust Pam TO LET, Four-roomed House, Main road, Roslyn; one minute from Tramway Extenaion. Apply Myers, grocer. TO LET, Two Well-furnished Room*: bathroom ; use kitchen; close Trna Sheds, Mornington. Apply Tramway Store, FOR SALE, Five Grevhound Pups, well bred. Address A,,” STAR Office. FOR SALE, valuable Building Site (private residence), High stre t, near Theatre. Address “G.T.5.,” STAK Offioe. EGLINTON.— For Sale, House (6 rooms, bathrooml, J-Acre; close to tram. “ Comfort,” Star Office. A FEW Fishing Bods and Tackle to bo cleared at half usual price. Jacobs’s GiftDepdt. A FACT. —The Challenge Piano Dep6t have on Sale a Piano, 20 guineas cash. Liberal terms. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. TD. MOOKFORD (successor to late Hector • Mockford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker street. Orders punctually attended to. ■jKTEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibi_Ly! tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can got best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night potter kept. Messrs fitchktt and thornton, Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. GAD3BY’S ‘Lord of the Isles,’ Sol-fa Edition, on Sale. Cbss. Begg and Co “ /'■'VUIDA ” Pianos. Durable, effective, handsome; from 50 to 75 guineas, On sale only, Chas. Begg and Co. Pride of the Leith,—Special SumJ moned Meeting This Evening for Passing New Laws. POSTAL Order*,- Advertisers are roque ted to remit Poet’ll Orders instead of stamps.
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