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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AULSEBROOK AND CO. XF You Cannot Procure 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. CARTER AND CO. for Gloves, Ribbons, Lace, Sunshades, Umbrellas, Corsets, and Underclothing. Call and inspect. WANTED, first-class Dressmakers, Body Hands, Improvers, and Apprentices, Apply Mollison, Mills, and Co., George street. WANTED, a young Cow, in full milk, with guarantee. Address Box 07, Post Office, Dunedin. WANTED, a Bricklayer, for small job at Otara. Apply, ton o’clock, Saturday, Ei G, Allen, Vogel street. WANTED, first-class Smith. Apply R. S. Sparrow and 00. w house. ANTED, respectable Girl, about 15, to mind child, otherwise useful about Inquire White’s Store, West Dunedin WANTED, respectable Errand Boy. Apply I*. Leahy, the Exchange Court Jewellery Depdt. WANTED, 50 more Cats; highest price given. Poultry Market, Arcade. WANTED Known—Splendid lot of Prunee, (id per lb; Dates, Gd; beat Preserved Ginger, Gd; splendid Apples, 2d per lb; Oranges, great variety, Fruit Market, Arcade WANTED, immediately, Boy for Parcels; wages, 12s to 15s. Fyfo and Cuming. WANTED, Tenders for Carpenter Work (labor only) to Buildings at St. Kilda. J. A. Burnside, architect, Vogel street. a steady Woman ; one that can VV cook. Apply A. Blair, Stafford street, next Black’s Hotel. __ WANTED, a Boy to attend a Horse and make himself generally useful. Apply Carroll’s Store, Mornington. WANTED, immediately, first-class Body Hands; also, Apprentices. Mrs Marshall, Lower York place.' WANTED, smart Message Boy. Apply John Harborow, sbirtcutter, Manse street. WANTED, Apprentices to the Dressmaking. L. E. Partridge, corner St, David and Cumberland streets. WANTED, Message Boy. Apply W. Melville, fishmonger, Princes street. WANTED Known—Highest Price given for Left-off Clothing. Mrs Weir, Moray place. WANTED, 2 horse-power Portable Engine and Boiler; state price, etc. “ Horse power,” Stab Office. WANTED, respectable, experienced Canvasser for Advertisements. App’y between 9 and 10, Mr Harlock, 10 Crawford street. WANTED Known—Be Not Misled. Peter Dick, the most reliable Watchmaker for entire satisfaction. Upstairs, next Atbenseum. W ANTED, at once, Improvers and Apprentices to Dressmakii g. A. and T. Inglis. ’ANTED, Six Young Ladies to Travel; must be good singers. Address immediately, “6.,” Stab Office. ’ANTED Known -Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery of every description Cleaned and Repaired at the most reasonable prices in town. H. H. Bailey, 29 Royal Arcade. WANTED Known Mrs Litzenberger, Dealer in Second-hand Clothing, 91 Goorge street, has For Sale a quantity of Light Summer Dresses at reasonable prices. TANTEO Known Continental Boot W DepOfc, Special Bargains for Saturday, October sth. Next Brown, Ewing, and 00. ANTED, Situation by young Lady as Barmaid; no experience; wages no object. “Alice,” Stab Office. WANTED, Improvers to the . Cabinetmaking and French Polishing. T. Rtonebridge, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, Lower Stuart 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 Mantlemaking. Mrs Gill, Princes street ANTED TcT Buy Ale and Porter Bottles, Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street, ANTED, first-class Dressmakers, Body Hands, Improvers, and Apprentices. Apply Mollison, Mills, and 00., George street^ W~ TnTßDTTenders for Carpenter Work (labor only) to Buildings at St. Kilda. J. A. Burnside, architect, Vogel street. GOT Trade. Wanted, Girls; good machinists. Simon Bros., George street, near Octagon. RES3MAKERS Wanted, (good Body Hands); also, Improvers; constant emARRATT Wants, This Evening, 10 General Servants (L4O), Female Cooks, House , maids. Barmaids, Milkers, Dairymaids, Nurse- : girls, Waitress. f CARPENTER-A strong Lad some time at > tbe trade preferred. Frank Anderson, builder, Eglinton. RBSH Butter, Gd per lb; Cheese, 4d per lb. At Mercer Brothers’. ONE Ton Giant Rhubarb, the finest and cheapest in the Oity; Asparagus, Spring ; Salad. Bull. ; _____ CARTER f AND on. will make a special show of Millinery in their centre i window To - morrow. See the 1 quality and note the prices, ■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8029, 4 October 1889

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