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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8037, 14 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AULSEBROOK AND CO. SK YOUR GROCER FOR ODU BISOUITS AND CAKES. THE BEST ARE THE CHEAPEST. A. A. TROUP, Agent for Otago. first-class Coat, Vest, and ' V Trouser Hands. L, Faigun, tailor, 130 George street. ¥ ANTED, Double Furnished Bedroom; fouth preferred; Btate terms. "B," Star Office. Ah TED, kind motherly Person to » y Adopt Gill, 7years of age; ortonurso. Apply Mrs Rohan, Cumberland street, ), immediately, first-class Body V V Hands, Skirt Hands, and Apprentices. Mrs Marshall, Lower York place. 7 ANTED, smart Roy, to Deliver Parcelp. 'f Braithwaite's Book Arcade. 'ANTKD, at once, Improvers and Ap * t prentices to Dressmaking. A. and T. 'ANTED (Tuesday). Working Foreman . . (station), also Cook and Baker (station), respectable Boy for Btation (assist gardener, milk.) Apply, with refereuces, Jas. Whyto, RUtray street. 7ANTED To Let, small Four-roomed , J Cottago; mit party without children. Apply Mr M'Dowoll, London street. TANTED, Two"Men"to Sell" Small Goodß ' on Commission. Apply G. West, bakor, corner of Hanover street and George sticet, To-morrow morning at 8. 7"ANTED To Rent, 1. rr 2 Furnisljed » » Rooms; must lie central. Apply Bryant, Dowling street. 'ANTED, Two Coat Makers. Apply G. v ? M. Wilkie, British and American practical tailor 164 George street. ANIED, Two good Canvassers. Apply » t (Tuesday morning) the Singer Manufacturing Company, Piinces street. 7ANTED Known—Electro-plating of Old , . Ware executed with despatch ; knivrs, forks, spoon->, cruets, trays, bißcuit boxes, etc. Good workmarship guaranteed, Anderson and Morrison. [7 ANTED, Ladies'or Gentlemen's Wearing » 7 Apparol; highest price. Mrs Solomon, Princes street south, next Gridiron Hotel. 'ANTED, a Second-hand Dress Suit, , , Address, stating size and price, "8.H.," Star Office. WANTED, Improvers to the Dressmaking. Miss Stevenson, Moray place, next Normal School. 'ANTED To Buy, Ale and Porter v t Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt 'ANTED, General Servant, good Launt t dress; no children. Mrs M'Keay, comer Loith and Howe streets, between 6 and 8. "ANTED Known—l am now booking f / Orders for Frozen Sheep and Lamb 3 for delivciy at Homo in timo for Christinas. W. Patrick, 200 Princes street. 'ANTED, thoroughly experienced Bodice v » hands for Dressmaking. Apply at onco Manager D.I.C. RANTED, smart Lad for Polishing ; good , , wages, steady job. Miller, corner of Princes an 1 L'.cs streets south. Known -J. S. Swan, butcher, Great King street. Primest Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Pork; lowest piices. 'ANTED, Employment, Store or Oilice; , , understands bookkeeping, limber and farming business; good references. "\V.," Star Office. , , and Sitting Rooms, For address apply Gilmour Bros., Walker streot. 'ANTED, Nursegirl, 12 or 14 years oV. , . Apply Mrs Borrie, Manso, N,E. Valley. "ANTED, Two good Tailors. App'y G. Bailey and Co., Octjgon. ,'ANTED, a Married C'oupte as Caretakers for Leavitt House. For particulars apply to Thomas Dick, 1)0 Princes street. TANTED, a Nursegiil, immediately. For v t addro33 apply Struthers and Scott, "George Btrect. ANTED, Two good Joiner?, App'y t ? Thomson, Bridger, and Co.'d Factory, Bond street. 'ANTED Known—Plumbing, Gatfitting , , and Bellhanging executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs at tended to witli despatch, Anderson and Morrison, Dunedin. 'ANTED Known—Steam Yacht Waiwera , , has started running from Henley to Taieri Beach, Saturdays and Holidays. TIOR particulars of engagement other days _m} apply to Railway Traffic Manager, Dune din, or Amoa M'Kegg, Henley. 'EDNESDAYS and Saturdays Dunedin , , Chess and Draughts Club meet Lodge Room Carroll's Hotel. L. Shaw. RS MAC DONALD, Labor Exchange, . Wants General Servants, Barmaids, Housemaid', Cooks, Girls; Invalid's Perambulator For Sale. MRS Fish requires Four first-class Barmaids, Men Cooks (L2), Day Porter, AVaitress, Laundress, Housemaids, Generals. RS CHALMERS, Labor Exchange, Requires Barmaids, Cooks, Housemaids, experienced General Servants (hotels), Cooks (no washing), Housemaids. MRS DICK Wants Housokeeper (elderly woman), Cook (no washing), Waitress (assist bar), experienced General Servants, young Girls. ISS ALLAN Wants Housemaids 'hotels and private families), Nurses, Cooks and Laundresses, General Servants, useful Girls R M'KAYS Labor Exchange, Manse .».,..». street, Wants urgently Cooks, Housemaids, Barmaids, General Servants (town and country), Boy?, ■ARTINI-HENRY Wanted, Government ~«. stamped; trial required. "X.Y,,"80x 195, Post Office. ADOPTION. -Wanted, a kind Motborly Person to Adopt a Baby Boy, 2 weeks old. " Puer," Star Office. "ESSAGE Boy Wanted. Apply W. H. Davies, wood turner, Great King street. ROUSERS and Vest Hands Wanted. Jn. A. Kirby, tailor, Princes street. (O LET, suporior House and Store; largest l store in Mornington. Apply Johns, auctioneer. TO LET, comfortable 3-roomed Cottage, with soullcry; rent 5 shillings week. Opposito Roslyn Woollen Mills. |0 LET, Furnished 9-rooraed House and i Grounds, suburbs. Apply James A. Park and Co. 0 LET, Furnished Bedroom (uso sitting j, room and piano), for two friends ; with or without board; 3 minutes' from Post Oilice. "8.5.," Star Office. 0 LET, Furnished 0-roomed House at ■_ Taieri Mouth ; summer residence; rent moderate. Apply J. Trezise, expressman. |0 LET, Four-roomed House (new). Apply l "Brooklyn," Caetlo street north, near Gardens.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8037, 14 October 1889
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