LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. J ANTED, a General Servant. Apply Mrs Allen (opposite Bovb' High School), Arthur street. 'ANTED, Second-hand Garden Roller. - t Apply, stating price, etc., Box 179, P.O. /ANTED, Urge Room, suitable for Factory ; well lighted and in centre of town. '' Industry," Stau Office. ANTED, a young Girl to make herseli v t geneially useful. Apply Mrs Tewsley, No. 1 Sheen terrace, Koslyn. ANTED, Apprentices and Improvers to , , the Dressmaking, at once. Mrs Wilson, Moray phce, opposite Criterion Hotel. ANTKD, a respectable Girl to assist in V T Housework. Apply (between 6 and 7 p.m.) to Mrs Stephenson, care Friendly Societies' Dispensary, George street. r ANTED To Rent (for six or twelve , , months, or longer terra), a comfortable House, containing eight to twelve rooms. Apply immediately, stating terms and full particulars, P.O. Box 4, Dunedin. WANTED, thoroughly experienced Bodice hands for Dressmaking. Apply at once Manager D.1.0. 'ANTED Known—J. S. Swan, butcher, v v Great King street. Primest Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Pork; lowest prices. WANTED To Buy, Ale and Porter v t Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. WANTED Known—Plumbing, Gasfitting and BclJhaugiug executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs at tended to with despatch. Anderson and Mor risen, Dunedin. J" ANTKD Known—l am now booking , / Orders for Frozon Sheep and Lambs for dclivcjy at Homo in timo for Christmas. W. Patrick, 200 Princes street. 'ANTED, lwo strong Boys for coppert ▼ smith's department. Anderson and Morrison, Vt making. Apply the Dunedin Cardboard Box Factory, Cumberland street, 'ANTED, young St. Bernard or Mastiff j » Dof; must be good watch. Mathews, coachbuildcr, King street. ANTED Known Good Grazing for r v Horses or Cattle; good shelter and water. Apply Pelichet Bay Hotel. 'ANTED, a tidy Girl for HouseT » work. Mrs Haro, York place (opposite Smith street). 'ANTED, middle-aged Woman as Ser- , , vant in clergyman's family. Apply to Mr" parsonage, Watkouaiti. References required. WANTED, Girl, for Housework and attend (Children. (Mrs Clark, Howe street, second house from Cumberland street. WANTED' To"Let7Sitting7Bath,3 Bedrooms, Kitchen; partially or unfurnished; good locality. Address "A," Mrs Kroon, George street. 'ANTED, smart Lad for Polishing; ft steady job; good wages. Miller, corner Lees and Princes street south. 'ANTED, 2 Furnished Rooms, for Three v j Weeks, during opening of Exhibition, Apply Box 116. / AN'J'ED, a useful Girl, about 17, to , . assist in Housework; reference required.'. Apply Mrs Harty, Frederick street, Koslyn. rANTKD Known—Electro-plating of Old , , Ware executed with despatch; knives, forks, spoons, cruets, trays, biscuit boxes, etc. Good workmanship guaranteed. Anderson and Morrison. 'ANTEDJKnown—Mrs Bush, Earlswood ft Cottage, Royal terrace (opposite Esther's, late of Filleul street), machining done. TAINTED, Lad accustomed to Cows and » t Horses, Apply George Matthews, nurseryman, Mornington. 'ANTED, good Coat Hands; also, ¥ T Machinists. George Hyde, tailor, George street. ANTED, a Man accustomed to lathe and t T vice for light work. Apply \Y. Melville, Octagon. T ANTED, active Girl, aged about fifteen, T y for Housowork. Apply Mrs Miller, opposite Leith bridge, King street.
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