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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
WANTEDS. Ewing, and Co/»)» r, auu '-'w* »/• ■ _ W- ANTiDrteiir»& hted Flat ; hj f w “ A nr Three adi dining Rooms, suitable for displaying Vfe,Sh.N.X?, S t*’SfcSS£?~ V.n,« “Jason,” Star Office. on, oiAa ——— ANTED—Two young Gentlemen wish to Communicate with two young Ladies; MTUrtrUtfß 'fftß Camiru irn. —— Wanted! situation as Working Housekeeper, or in any useful capacity; good references. “ Miss S./' StAR Office. WANTED, for Railway Refreshment Rooms, Clinton, good General Sei vant, wash and iron well (wages 15s per week), asking; also young Girl, smart and tidy, willing to mate herself useful. Apply Mrs A. W. Gedcles, Town Hall, Dunedin. | flail; 1/UllVUlM' ANTED, a smart respectable Boy, age about 12. Morris, photographer, 3eorge street. ;e Huecv. ___ —- ANTED, young Girl to bo trained as HouseAiaid. Apply, stating ago and rages, to ‘'AA..” Star Office. fSTANTED, good Coach Painters. Apply \\ Mark Sinclair. King street, Dunedin^ r ANTED Known—Gavin Sandeman has W enlarged his Saloon and a^ led a "°,f " hair; Patrons can rely on prompt attenti n, S. and style. 129 George street^ dlity. and style, : — ; YTANTED Known—Lawn Mowers Repaired /V and Knives Sharpened; [chine Knives Ground; Keys Fitted to Locks, hlaadt Bros , Great King street. . ANTED Known— Win. MiUs. Stafford street, Gunraaker and Locksmith, I justs Scales, Weights, and Measures. __— ANTED Known—Brundell and Roi, ?> 163 George street, agents for Tharp s tent Gas-burners. Wul save 20 per cent, wards in gas. Telephone 5-o. raras in g»». —— — i r ANTED Known—Roofs Repaired, bmo 7 y Chimneys cured. Best workmanship ar.teed at a moderate cost. rOTAVATER Apparatus fitted up, Gas and I Water laid on; estimates given. Vf awr » ~ r ANTED"Known -That Bill-heads, Cm ' culars, Cards, Programmes, and General tine of every description are executed a Svknino Star Office at moderate prices. r Apir Snanish Eggs, for sitting; largest Hanover street. nauuvpi oiraww - A.—Best value in Dunedin—Calcutta and Foochow Tea Company, 14b George B. Washer, manager. jK Idanuiaciiurer r---y Nougat, and Italian Confections, jon, 153 George street. iMMOND,:Hanover ] street, for b-t Jam. MMONt). Hanover *. i v IT% . sd tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce. o, 4d stick; Tea, really goodi lb * 0, *±U BK»on. > LVM > •* " 1.. —•? FEETIiTTea. Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d hj • Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, 6J tactarlane. Hanover street. Yiaciai SSBS THOMSON and Kelly have Resumed Private Dressmaking, R Brown s, • street. A trial solicited. Apprentices jt (JXJILMOTT, Hairdresser, 210 Princes treet south, has engaged an Assistant, mrs may rely on quick despatch. qT>TIRGEBS, Dressmaker, Frederick street (off George street). Cutting and thoroughly Taught. Day and Evening , Terms moderate. S'OK SALK l SALE. Brighton Hotel and sea ido Boarding-house; every convemence, and ne to suitable person. John Reid and Bond street, Dunedin. fSALK, Section, with 4 and"--roomed Cottages (cheap), Grange street. Lloyd, oHuital. Cumberland street. El SALE, Confectionery and Restaurant Business, situated Princes street south , Ith is reason the owner has for selling, articulars James Samson and Co., auc- . SALE, a first-class Property; has a largo frontage to the Mam road. North illey; easy terms. James Samson and ctioneers. Irocera, Storekeepers, and other a.-lor de, a General Store and Grocery Evaluated about 28 miles north from Dunhe owner retiring from business, l ull M b James Samson and Co., anetioneer,. lt For Sale (44 Acres) at Blueskm; ouse attached; cheap; easy terms. 1 George street, [EWARB Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural pes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney lower Pots, Vases, etc. Lambert, Ken Pottery Works. SALE, or TO LET for a Term, oroughly well-finished Two-Storeyed NOE, containing drawing room dining room (15x15), four bedrooms 15x15, 15x13, 9x13), kitchen scullery, bathroom, storeroom, pantry, tered throughout; every convenience; A fruit gaiden; near University and 1 Gardens, and close to tram-line. ae can remain mortgage, bt per cent. >x 200. STEAM BOILERS. FOR SALE, c - CLASS STEAM BOILERS, feet, with Galloway Tubes in each xn’s Patent Expansion Flues, with I Funnel Plate ; good maker, and lIUW. Amo, ;VBN H. P. STEAM ENGINE, 7in , r , 12in Stroke; Glasgow makers. ANDERSON AND MORRISON ALE, [Cheap—Large 3-rollor Lever igle, Riding Habit, Colonial Ovens, I Kettles, Boilers, Fenders, Iron , Wanzer Machine, Spurs, Boring Tools of all kinds, Tents, Cages, mature, Gum Booty, Macintoshes, it New Pea-jackets (11s). STONE, Dealer xt Allan’s, grocer, King street). -ROOMED Cottage To Let, Water of ,th (near residence of William Gregg, ,ply to A. and J. M’larlane, Maclaggan T, 4 roomed House, every convenience, ihur street. Apply Joshua Bedes, rthur street. H', a largo, commodious Shop, with Rooms attached, corner Frederick and iets. Apply Commercial Hotel, FredeP comfortableThi ee-roomed Cottages; ;e*; rent low. John Simon, Castle ir Hanover street). T, superior-Five-roomed Hoose (scul ), Clyde street, near Frederick street »per, Frederick street. [• large Shop and Dwelling, with •, in George street. Apply H. Dodd, OFFICES TO LET. |0 LET, OFFICES AND CELLARAGE, Crawford street, lately occupied by Mr L, Lees. Apply MANAGER, Star Office.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
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