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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8056, 5 November 1889
WANTED. w ■ANTED, several large Casks. State tizi aud price to Thomson, Bndgcr, ami ii7AN 1 ED, Mol ° con .‘ W slant employment. Apply Ross and iw Hkanfc ciniuoyuiuuw* f;i.>niliuimi’a Clothing Factoiy, Siafford street. ■' ■■ 1 can Mould Apply A. llllimi n W” ANTED, a young Man that can Mould and assist in t Bakehouse. Annlv A rhillipa, baker, Caversham. rANTED, Hands for Tea Trade; a’so Two Lads, Apply on '\cdneßUay f V TWO li2U9» *'Vl h J u J tnorniOß Werdell Bros, and Co., 47 George ■street. w ANTED, a Cook and Laundress. Apply to Mrs Geoigo Cook, Union street^ VifANTliO. First-class Small Goods Man ; W none other need apply ; references rc■qvdrtd. S. 0. South, CUy Butchery. Vif ANTED Known-J. S. Swan, hutdier, \V Great King street. Pumeat Beef, l,auib, Mutton. Berk; lowest prices. ANTED Known-Gavin Sandoman has enlarged his Saloon and added anoU s Ihair*. Patrons can rely on prompt attenti n, Ivllity, and style. 120 George sJrceL HVllttji anu pvj»™ * i_i_— ~ —~, irr ANTED Known—Lawn Mowers Repaired W and KnWes Sharpened; Stationers’ Sine Knives Ground; Keys lilted to Looks. Jcblaadt Bros , Groat King street. ANTKD^Known— -Wra. Mills, Stafford street, G unmaker and Locksmith, Adjusts Beales, Weights, find Measures. _ UTANTED Known—That Bill-heads, Crr W culars Cards, Programmes, and Genera ’rini.ine of every description arc executed at ™ v.vwiNn STAR Office at moderate aVyiVNTED Known—Brundell and Ross, VV 163 George street, agents for Thorp s ’ItL Gas-burners. Wid save 20 per cent, pwards in gas. Telephone 625. Tar ANTED Known— Baths, Showers, etc., fitted up. Best workmanship guaranteed a moderate cost. lOTI OT-WATER Apparatus fitted up, Gas and Water laid on; (intimates given. IB A.-Boat value in Dunedin— Calcutta and Foochow Tea Company, 146 George B. Washer, manager. OLE Manufacturer of Marzapan, French Nougat, and Italian Confections. J. mioon, 153 George street. [AMMOND, Hanover street, for best Jam, 5d tin; Pickles, 8d; Sauce, 5d bottle, acco, 4d stick ; Tea, really good, Is t>d lb. _ OFFEB, is; Tea, Is 2d; Baking Soda, 2d lb; Jam, 4d; Tobacco, 4d; Herrings, 6d Maofarlano, Hanover street. lISSBS THOMSON and Kelly have Resumed Private Dressmaking, R- Brown s, rgo street. A trial solicited. Apprentices WU __ - )UNGUILMOTT, Hairdresser, 210 Prir.ces street south, has engaged an Assutant. omera may rely on quick despatch. rBS IIURGESS, Dressmaker, Frederick 1 street (off George street). Cutting and lD g thoroughly Taught. Day and Evening je?. Terms moderate. FOR SALE. •vr SALE, the Leasehold of a Two-roomed House and Section in Duncan street, Valley. Apply Jno. Robertson, baker, las street. IRM For Sale (44 Acres) at Blucskm house attached; cheap; easy terms. , 54 George street. GU-CLASS well-finished Lady s Silver Keyless Hunting Watch For Sale; e d, all latest improvimonts, excellent jeper, beautifully chased ; original ly coat i; price 40s. Address “Myra, STAR (NEWARK Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes, Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Flower Pots, Vases, etc. Lambert, Ken n Pottery Works. FOR SALE BY TENDER, B STOCK of BOOTS and SHOES, etc., Fittings, and Cilice Furniture of the City ’alaoo, George street, Dunedin; together tie Goodwill of the Business (a going conmi Lease of Premises. lets to he lodged on or before l-'th ,W WfiufBBOWK ASD CO., Dunedin, •om whom all particulars can bo obtained, edin, 21st October, 1889. )R SALE, or TO LET for a Term, thoroughly woll-finiahcd Two-Storeyed IDE NOB, containing drawing room 151. dining room (15 x 15). four bedrooms is! 15x15, 15x13, 9x13), kitchen 13' scullery, bathroom, storeroom, pantry, plastered throughout; every convenience; r and fruit garden; near University and aical Gardens, and close to tram-line, value can remain mortgage, hi per cent. ” Box 206. iR SALE, Cheap—Large 3-tollor Lover Mangle, Riding Habit, Colonial Ovens, :uard, Kettles, Boilers, Iron eada, Wanzer Machine, omits, x*or.ng iae, Tools of all kinds, Tents, Cages, Furniture. Gum Boots, Ms cm toshes, I, host New Pea-jackets (11s), STONE, Dealer (Next Allan’s, grocer, King street). TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, AND SBNOY COMPANY OF NEW fD, LIMITED, Liverpool street, Dun--3 For Sale or To Let--16 and 17, Block IV.. Dunedin and aieri District, containing 236 Acres, Silverstream. . . ), Block VI., Dunedin and East Taien containing 110 Acres. ~ Township of Holyrood, Kaikorai, ingoalrlß.7p; also, »3 and 94, containing each one Acre, ion 10, Block VI., Dunedin,—Vacant in Princes street south, next Queen s ’ block XXXII, Dunedin, Queen orth, containing J-acre; admirable sntleman’s residence. Mock I„ St. John’s Wood, with Two d Dwellings. dock 1., St. John’s Wood, with Four*°s2 ’ 53, 54. Carlton Extension, vith ’Five and Six-roomed Houses TO LET. Kaikorai. opposite Roslyn Woollen taining about 39 Acres. _ and substantial Premises in Orawfacing Liverpool street, with large commodation. Very suitable for a s office or an insurance office, rosiverpool street, specially adapted for md Offices in Princes street south, ccupied by British and New Eca;age and Agency Company. Also, WOOL and GRAIN STORE in rinces street, at present occupied rs Reid, Maclean, and Co. Entry ovember next. The store has every ince, including a railway siding. TO LET. CRNISHBD House To let (seven a'artments); bathroom and other conveniences; T immediately. Apply A. Cairns, Walker j LET. comfortable Four-roomed House; range, outhouses. Apply Mra Procter, i road, near Dryden’s Stare. ) LET, superior House and Store; oldest established store in Mormngton. Apply ?, auctioneer, Rattray street. OFFICES TO LET. FIOES AND CELLARAGE, street, ately occupied by Mr MANAGER,
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