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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AULSSBROOK AND CO. A RK YOUR GROCER OCR BISCUITS AND CAKES. FOR THE BEST ABE THE CHEAPEST. A. A. TROUP, Agent for Otago. AIP.rON CRICKET CLUB. NNUAL CONCERT AND DANCE. Capital Concert Programme. All Paints’ Schoolroom. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th. Tickets—ls, 2s, 3j, and 43. ANTED Known—Plumbing. Gaefitting and Bellhanging executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs at tended to with despatch, Anderson and Morrison, Dunedin. ANTED, ','eneial Servant (small family), after 7 o’clock. Mrs Grady, 173 Princes street south. ANTED, a builder's Dumping Level. Address, stating price, to "a.B,,*’ Star Office. WANTED, a useful Girl, abouc 16, assist in Housework; references. Mrs D. Rose, Princes street; side entrance, upstairs. WANTED— Two young Gentlemen wish to Communicate with two young Ladies; intention, matrimony. Address, enclosing photos, “Jack and Ronald,” Box G4, P. 0., Oarmru. fTANTED Known—l am now booking Ordois for Frozen Sheep and Lambs for deliveiy at Home in time for Christmas. W. Patrick, 200 Primes street. WANTED, young Lad for Parcels for Valley District. Simon Bros., George street. 'ANTED, Improvers and A ppientices to the Dressmaking. Miss Pigott, Gladstone terrace, Melville street. WANTED, active Girl, assist in Housework; sleep at home preferred. Mrs M'Conechy, Albert street. WANTED, Partner with few pounds, join advertiser in good paying business. Particulars “Partner,” offico Evening Star ANTED, Tinders for Painting Catholic Church, Waikouaiti. For particulars, apply Joseph Corcoran, care of K. Browne, Waikouaiti. ANTED, a strong Girl for Housework, and assist in washing. Mrs Collins, Hanover street. WANTED, situation as "Working Housekeeper, or in any useful capacity; goad references. “Miss 5.,” Star Office. \\T ANTED, a first-class Co itmakcr. A pply V v to Wm. Sutherland, 169 George street. WANTED, active Girl (fourteen); sleep at home preferred. Apply (after seven) Ciighton House, Castle and Albany streets. WANTED, for Railway Rt, Rooms, Clinton, good General Servant, wash and iron well (wages 16s per week), no cooking; also young Girl, smart and tidy, willing to make iiow.elf useful. Apply Mrs A. W. Geddes, Town Hall, Dunedin. WANTED, Working Honsekecper(comtry), experienced Person (position of trust), Cook (station, LI), General Servants. Mur ley’s Agency. Miss ANTED, Skirt and Body Hands. Marshal), dressmaker, next Criterion Hotel, Moray pla:e. WANTED, a first-ciasa Canvassing Agent; good commission. Post Office, Box 400 TT7ANTED, a good Coat Hand; constant Vw employment, J. and J. Arthur, tailors, 0 George street. WANTED, good Washerwoman. Apply forenoon or evening. Address nt Mrs Brown’s, pastrycook, George street. WANTED, a smart respectable Boy, age about 12. Morris, photographer, George street. TtVT’ANTKD, active young Aim as Packer; permanent situation. Address “H.,” [ ; TAR Office, ANTED, 3 or 4 good Carpenters for racecourse. Apply sharp, Tiffin’s Hotel, Kensington. WANTED, Partner with L 200; young man with plenty of go ; sure fortune. “Push,” Star Office. ANTED, by two young men, Bedrccm and Sitting Room; dinner in town ; particulars. Address “ R.,” Star Office. ANTED Known—Electro-plating of Old Ware executed with despatch; knives, forks, spoon ', cruets, trays, biscuit boxes, etc. Good workmar slop guaranteed. Anderson and Morrison. TAILORS.— Wanted, Two first-class Coat Hands. Apply Mr Feltham (Brown, Ewing, and Co.’s), RS CHALMERS (Labor Exchange) requires Barmaids (north), Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses (hotels), Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, Parlormaids, experienced General Servants (town and country), Youths (farm, gentleman’s family). RS FISH Wants (urgently) first-c l ass Birmaids, Cooks (gentleman’s family), Waitresses, Men Cooks, Generals (15s), Girls. Dressmakers. Wanted, competent Body Hand?, Improvers, and Apprentices. Apply Miss Morrison (Herbert, Haynes, and Co ) "B7T Ml’hO YERS wanting Servants, and jpj Servants wanting Situations, can roly on getting well suited at M‘Kay’s Register Office and Labor Exchange, 13 Manse street. f JAILORS. Wanted, first-class Coatmakers. a J. Hendry and Son. SITUATION Wanted by Scotch work!' g Housekeeper; 1 or 2 gentlemen; ib months’ references. Address “T.,” STAR Office. mo LET, a large, commodious Shop, with J Six Rooms attached, corner Frederick and Leith streets. Apply Commercial Hotel, Frederick street. t «p,O LET,oomfortablcThiee-roomedCottages; C. range ; rent low. John Simon, Castle street (near Hanover street). rinO LET’, 5-roomed Brick Houses, South Dunedin; every convenience, Os. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. GTtO LET, superior Five-roomed House (soulS Cttyrte Btxcet, near Pretlcrick streot. Young, draper, Frederick street. mo LET, large Simp and Dwelling, with J. cellar, in George Greet. Apply H. Dodd, Scotland street. Four-roomed cottage To Let, water of Leith (near residence of William Gregg, Esq ). Apply to A. and J. M'Farlane, Maclaggan street. FOR SALE, Brighton Hotel and seaside Boarding-house; every convenience, and a fortune to suitable person. John Reid and Sons, Bond street, Dunedin. F OR SALK, Greyhound Pups ; 6 weeks old. Apply Exhibition Restaurant. FOR SALE, Section, with 4 and 2-roomed Cottages (cheap), Grange street. Lloyd, back hospital, Cumberland street. FOR SALE, an established Business, with Sole Right for New Zealand for a period of Seven Years; large profits guaranteed. “Patent,” Star Office. FOR SALE—Pie Fruits, from Auckland, in 61b tins, John R, Hooper, Crawford street. SHOWCASE For Sale, suitable for Bay in Exhibition. Apply W. Angell, Hanover street. ,—Admitted by all to be the finest collection of Flowering Plants in the City. Bull. NNUAL Reunion Levy, Guthrie, and Co.’s Employees, Friday, 11th, Choral Hall; lie Tickets, ss. MRS IZRTT, Christchurch, especially recommends Shopgirls, first-class hotel Waitresses, 10 attractive yonng Sales Ladies. •“B. V. R,, ” General Post Office.—A Letter for you ; please return enclosures. ' r ATE RFALLS. —Break from City Hotel, 11 a.m.; Duke street, 11.20, 12.45, 2.50. DIGESTION Cured by Dr Freemans Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon Jo., agents, 30 Princes street. EXHIBITION Model Piano; seven octaves, steel frame, covering Wrest plank, full trichords, repeater action, [USED, gilded, and engraved panels; price L3B, net cash; no discount. Now ow Ohas. Begg and Co.
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