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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS "ANTED Known Suits, etc., made t i obsap for cash at H. A. Calder's, 114 George street. WANTED, for Christehurch, Manager for Dress Depwtment; must be a firstclass man, with thorough knowledge of the department. Apply Bing, Harris, and Co. ANTED, Mole Machinists; constant . .. t ««J fv Rattray street. ANTED, a thorough General Servant. ' MrsWm. Patrick, Serpentine avenue. 'ANTED. Tailoress; also Improver. J. ANTED, a useful Mau ; also a good Boy W for Farm Work. Apply William West, butcher. Walker Btreet. 'ANTED Known—Refreshment Rooms * t Now Opened at St. Clair by Samuel Wootton (late of Lawrence), baker and con fectioner. 'ANTED Known—There's no necessity to * » take Refreshments to St. Clair : same can be had at Wootton's Refieshment Rooms, town prices. WANTBD, first-class Coat Hands ; wages, L 3 per week; constant employment. Apply G. Hyde, tailor, George street ANTED, a Cook, for the Country, ' Apply Mrs Davidson, Royal terrace. I ANTED, young Woman Clean Office. ' Apply " 8.," Post Office. ANTED Purchase (good condition), Exness. Lowest price, " Cash," Stak Office. WANTED, immediately, young, tidy Person to Clean Office. Apply Box 2, ' Post Office. ANTED, good strong Express, Horse, and Harness; state particulars. Apply •« Axle," Stab Office. TtT ANTED, good Dressmaker; few days; W good fit and style required. Address " Cashmere," North Dunedin P.O. ANTED, an active Girl, about 15, to W assist with Housework. Mrs Wm Barnes, Forth street. T ANTED, a smart Boy. Apply Smyth ' and Marshall, Hope street, Dunedin. WANTED, a Girl to do Housework; must sleep at home. Apply Nelßon, Moate, and Co., George street. WANTED, Stamps (on« shilling) enclosed for good Receipt for Making Hop Beer. Address "A.W.M.," Stab Office. ANTED, respectable Girl about twenty as House and Tablemaid; one willing to'beßhown preferred; gentleman's family. For addreaH aunlv Miss Miller, grocer, King street. WANTED Known— Plumbing. Gasfitting and Bellhanging executed in first-class style by experienced workmen. Repairs at tended to with despatch. Anderson and Mor rison, Dunedin. ANTED, a respectable Nursegirl. Ap- ' ply Water of Leith Dispensary. (OOKHAM HOUSE „ j for Cookham Boot?. ENTS' TIES, Shirts, Braces, UnderVj| clothing, and Clothing of all kinds now landed for the Exhibition Season. Choice goods; low prices. Carter and 00. OYS' KNIOKER SUITS from 4s lid, Trouser Suits 12s 6d up, Schoolboys' Caps I (school colors) \t. At Carter's.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8047, 25 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8047, 25 October 1889

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