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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "ANTED, Girl (Bfteon) assist iu Housev 7 work; sleep home. Apply after seven Creighton House, corner Castle, Albaty streets. J ANTED, active Girl for light Housework; » t references required. Apply Mrs Ramsey, Duncan street. VKJ ANTED To Hell or Let, in Ravensbourne V Y (near Jackman's Hall), Section, with 4 and 2-roomed Houses ; L20O; rent, 6s and 3s. Droaver's, George street. T ANTED Known—Klectro-plating of Old t t Ware executed with despatch ; knives, forks, spoon', cruets, trays, biscuit boxes, etc. Good workmanship guaranteed. Anderson and Morrison. T ANTED Known Orders for Frozen i t Sheep and Lambs for Xmas Presents closo on Wednesday, November G. William Patrick, 200 Princes street. TANTED, good Body Hand. Apply Miss Mackay, 92 Georgo street. , ANTED" To Bent, convenient Fivet t roomed House ; would take for twelve months Address "Tenax," Box 51. I ANTED, Engagement by competent , r Person, Housekeeper to One or Two Gentlemen; references. Silverstone's, fruiterer, Princes street. WANTED To Buy. a Milk Run; about 2a gallons. Address, with particulars, " Milkman," Stati Office. ANTED, a strong Boy, for Parcels ; for , , Koslyn and Kaikorai di»tricts preferred. Apply A. and T. Inglis. ANTED, 4-roomed Cottage; central part » t of town. Address " Convenient," Stau Office. 'ANTBD, a Boy about 16 to makohvm- » v sc'f useful. Carmalt's Hotel, High street. ANTED. Partner (Wheelwright), with ? v small capital, to join Advertiser in business. Address " Partner," Star Office. 'ANTED, Apprentices and Improvers to v » the Dressmaking. Apply Miss Smith, City road, Roslyn, two doors from King street. ANTED, Venetian Blinds made. Apply t ▼ Eden George, photographer, Athen;uum Buildings. "RS FISH Wants First ard Second Cooks, Waiters, Day Porter, Kitchenman, Housemaids, Generals (15s), Waitresses, Female Cooks. MRS MACDONALD, Princes street, requires immediately General Servants, Barmaid, Housemaid, Waitress, Cooks, Kitchenmaid. Boots. 'RS DICK Wants Carpenter (young man, institution), Housn and Tablemaidß, Nurses, Servants, Barmaid, Waitress, Housemaids, Housekeeper. )RAPERY.— Wanted. Throe young Ladies for Ribbons and Fancy Departments. Fyfe and Cuming, George street. for the country, a good Small Goodsman, also make himself gonerally uspful, Apply at once, Chas. Wix, South Dunedin. AINTERS.—Wanted, respectable Youth, «_ accustomed to Painting. Apply William Row l andson, second house north George street school. »OOT Trade.—Machinist, Fitter, or Im*j> provor Wanted. Apply Sholton's Boot Shop, 157 George street. JENDERS are invited for Alterations and « Additions to brick hall, Ravensbourne. T. B. Cameron, architect. CSINKSS For Sale; suit person with small juf capital: cash trade, easily managed. Apply 06 George street. TIOR RALE, quiet Ayrshire Cow, near «_' calving ; will he sold cheap for cash. C. Bunbury, Rattray street. \0 LET, Cottages, nicely done up ; centre jj town; rents low. Apply early Omand and Drew, Gcorso street. JO LET, a Shop and Four Rooms, at the ji corner of Cargill road and Maria street, and Two-stall Stable. \0 LET, 5-roomed Brick House, South ji. Dunedin; every convenience ; 6s. Larner, auctioneer, Rattray street. 0 LET, superior Furnished Cottage, near ii Governor's Residence, close Ocean Beach. Apply E. J. Brvant, Dowling street. 'Lord of the Isles,' Sol-fa T Edition, on Sale. Chas. Begg and Co. JUIDA" Pianos. Durable, effective, handsome ; from 50 to 75 guineas. On sale only. ChaH. Begg and Co. "KSSRS FITCHKTT AND THORNTON, jl Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. -fcTEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibijj% tion. —Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spaninh Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept Parties Furnn'hine:.—Larnpr, auctioneer, j,. has Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets, Linoleums, Private Sale. Rattray street, next Bank. 'ILL "Employment please Call on Mrs t t Davidson, corner George and Duke streets, or send address by return of post ? >AVENSBOURNE Salt-water Baths, Open 1/ Daily, from 6 a.m. to sunset. Ladies' hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 on Tuesdays and Fridays ; also, from 6to 8 o'clock p.m. Admission—Adults 3d. and Children Id, T a Meeting of the Master Bakers ci Duni edin and Suburbs it was agreed to hold the Prince of Wales's Birthday on Moriday, the 11th. P. .T. Calder. RUIDS all arc requested to attend Mcet«_y ing re Exhibition Opening at Otago Lodge Room, To-morrow Evening, 8 pm. M. Moss, District Prosident. STUART Street Hall. Mrs Dawson's Monthly Extended, Thursday, November 7. Double tickets (including refreshments), 3s. 4\<\ GEORGE STREET (next Horsburgh's). JBLENKINSOPP (late with Great • Western House, London), -AVING OPENED tho above Premises with a CHOICE LOT of New Goods in tho Latest Novelties in GLOVES, Ribbons, Laces. Sunshados, Umbrellas, Hosiery, and Haberdashery, etc., etc. JHIS being a particular Branch of the Trade, JL shall offer to tho Public the Best and Cheapest RTICLES THAT CAN BE PRODUCED. ► BLOW are only a Few of the Lines to be seen. ADIES' 4-CLASP KID GLOVES, 2s 9d, IJ tan and black; Ladies' 6-butfcon Kid Gloves, 2a 11M, tan only. ENT'S 4-CLASP KID GLOVES, 3s 6d, \.J black only ; Ladies' Black Taffeta Gloves, pair. ADIES' TAFFETA SILK GLOVES, Is i_J pair, all colors ; also several choice lot? vary choap. ► IBBONS. RIBBONS. RIRBONS. LOT OF NARROW RIBBON, \\\ yard. SPLENDID LOT OF [RIBBON, 2|d _ yard. BEATJTIFOL LOT FLOWERED RIBBONS, BJd yard. <ASH RIBBONS.—Sash Ribbon, Is yard; Watered Sash Ribbons, Is 9d yard. IHESE GOODS must be seen. ACE. LAOE. LACE. LARGE LOT OF LAOE, Is per dozen ; Children's Handkerchiefs, Is 9d dozen. ALSO, a splendid stock of Ladies' do, 2s 6d dozen : Shot Sunshades, 3s 6d each. 1 ADIES' HOSE, la pair; Ladies' Hose, Is pair. Hundreds of other Hues must be seen to be realised. "OTE ADDRESS BLBNKINSOPP, GEORGE STREET (next Horßburgh's).
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
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