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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AND T. INGLIS aro selling best Colonial Blankets, 1\ yards long, 17s Cd; 2A yards long, 21s Gil. GLKNDINING AND DOBIF, Albeit Buildings, will <ffcr, To-morrow, 30 pieces 72in Grey Twill Sheeting, Ufd—worth Is 31 Cases splendid Sydney and Vavau JL \J\J Oranges, Pines, Evaporated Bananas, and Banana Raisins. Bull. ANTED To Sell, young Mare; suitable ' for farm. W. Ings, Forbury road. ANTED, a /cepectable Girl to assist m ▼ v Housework. Apply Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Cavprsham. 7 ANTED, sfcroDg Girl as General Servant, v v Apply Mrs 1 attersin, Scotia Hotel, comer Leith and Dur.das streets. 'ANT&D, a good General Servant. Mrs » T Arthur M'Douald Clempton, Dowling street. ANTED Known —l\ tons sp'eudid y ¥ Rhubarb ; 1 ton New Potatoes, 2d lb ; Oranges and Apples in great variety ; choice PrutiCK, 6d lb. Fruit Market, Arcade. 'ANTED, a .Hairdresser for Saturday v v Nights. Paterson and Gourley (near Douglas Hotel), Gooige street _ WANTED Known Nice assortment American Clocks, cheapest in town; Watches, Clocks, Jewellery Repaired. Bailey's, 29 Arcade. /"ANTED, tidy active Girl (16 to 18) for » V Housework. Mrs A. Matheson, High street, Roslyn. 'ANTED, two experienced Milliners acv v customed to trim hats. A. and T. Inclis. 'ANTED, good Bodymakcr and Untsher. if A. Masters and Co., hat manufacturers and hosiers, Princes street. 7 ANTED, good Finisher and Shaper. t i Apply A. Masters and Co., hat manufacturers and hosiers. Pri. ccs street. WANTED Known—Watches thoroughly Cleaned ss, Mainsprings 4s 6d. Peter Dick, practic 1 watchmaker, upstairs noxt Athenreum, Octagon. WANTED, a Boy for a Shipping Company's Office. Apply by letter " N.Z.," Stab Office. ANTED, respectable Boy*. R. Hudson ' and Co., Moray place. ANTED, respectable Servant Girl. Apply Mrs Grindley, Morningt^n. ANTED, strong, respectable Boy. Apply ' Little Dust Pan. Close 6.30. 'ANTED, Superior Board and Residence t ? by Lady engaged during the day; hills preferred. "Immediate," t tar Office. 7 ANTED, by respectable young Woman, » V Offices or Cleaning to do daily. Address "M.,"fTAn Office. 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, TANTED To Buy, Ale and Porter » t Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt ANTED, Cook. Apply Auld Scotland Hotel. 'ANTED, Apprentices to the Millinery and Mantles. Apply Mrs Gill, Princes 'ANTED Kuown—Wataon, butcher, is t t giving 4s psr pair for good Roosters; Hens, 3s, 3s 6d. WANTED Known—Electro-plating of Old Ware executed with despatch; knives, forks, spoon-i, cruets, trays, biscuit boxes, etc. Good workmanship guaranteed. Andcrson{and Morrison. 'ANTED, respectable Girl as Housemaid ? v and Waitress. Apply Prince of Waleß Hotel. HIPPING Clerk, varied experience Btores, manual work, requires employmentstrong, active; exceptional references. " Exhibition," Star Office. ►OOTTrade.—Wanted, Machinists. Apply R. M'Kinlay and Son, Hillside. >OOT Trade.—Wanted, a smart Lad for the Boot Factory. A. and T. Inglis. OOT Trade.-Wanted, a Girl about 14 as Apprentice in Boot Factory. A. and T. Inglis. BOYS' Clothing New, stylish, durable, cheap; most complete stock; Suits, 5s to 40s, Clothing Faotory, Octagon, Qi~K/\i|Lß largo Reed Kaitangata OW V Rhubarb, unequalled for quality. Bull. A AND T. INGLIS arc soiling boat • Colonial Blankets, 2£ yards long, 17s M ; 2A yaids long, 21s 6d. TENDERS aro invited for Alterations and Additions to a Villa Residence (in wood). T. B. Cameron, architect. POISON Laid for Fowls on Section 12, Block 4, Township of Rockysiilc-, Oaversham, ou and after this date. <5. Massam. "VTEW Spring and Summer ClothiDg. J3I Magnificent stook Men's Suits, 27s 6d to 555, Clothing Factory, Octagon.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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