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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10416, 10 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. THE GREAT CLEARANCE of our ENTIRE STOCK (previous to Stocktaking) IS NOW ON, - See Doors and Windows for Biggest and Best Bargains ever offered in 11 Up-to-date” Footwear. QI T Y BOOT PALACE, Corner George and St. Andrew streets. J. M‘KAY. S ILV E R DUST FLOUR, Best in the Market. Ask for it, and insist upon Kept by all grocers. Don’t be put off. having it. AT Mrs Gill's, ex Aotea; New Cycling Skirts, 9< 6d and 12s 6d : special line of Dressing Gowns, 5s Ud. TUBILKK Kid Gloves, now opened, all sizes, Is ll.Jd best value obtainable ; new Chamois Washing Gloves, 2s lid. VJ EW Millinery, specially selected by Mrs Gill; Latent Sailors; Trimmed Bond Street Straws. At Mrs Gill’s. TCTEW Colorings, including Bronze, Green, A.l Brown. Mixture Tweeds, just opened. Hennry and Son, tailors, Georg© street. SATURDAY Morning, Afternoon, or Even-ing-Make straight to Fyfe and Cuming’s Carnival of Drapery and Clothing. CARNIVAL on Saturday at Fyfe and Cuming’s Drapery and Clothing Stores; some extraordinary lots. ANTED Known Rudge - Whitworth Bicycles on View at new Show Room, Princes street south. Reid and Gray, WANTED, Cooks and Laundresses, Housemaid, 5 Genet >ls, 2 useful Girls (town and country, references indispensable), Saturday. Young Women’s Christian Association (opposite First Church). WANTED, Rooms and attendance for Lady and Gentleman ; ground floor ; moderate. “ Not Hilly,” Stab • >ffice. W ANTED, a Parcel Boy for the north end, Herbert, Haynes, and Co. ‘ANTED, good Cook; good wages: nc washing. Apply for address Bull, fruiterer, Princes street. ANTED To Sell, Lady’s Bicycle (new: latest improvements) at landed cost, £l6 10s “Bargain.” Stab Office.
WANTED, Cyclists remember-: Worldrenowned “ Columbia ” Bicycles now Reduced in Price. Moray place (opposite First Church). WANTED, Use of Two Bedrooms and Sitting Room for fortnight. Apply (immediate) James Tait. Stuart street. WANTED, Everyone in need of Boots or Shoes make a bee line for H. R. Morrison’s Sale. ANTED Known-Stacks of Ladies’ Boots and Shoes at any price; must make room. H. R. Morrison’s. WANTED, Apprentices to the Dress making. Mi*s Ford, Lower York place. WANTED To Hire, Second-hand Light Horae and Covered Cart. Apply Hiss Pollock, fruiterer, George street. ANTED, respectable Person tor housework; middle-aged preferred. Apply Saturday afternoon, Deuohrass’s Store, Arthur street. WANTED, first-class Woman Cook. Apply in first instance to “ B, A.,” office of this paper, WANTED Known Cheapest Shop for Watch, Clock, Jewellery Repairs; Watches Cleaned, 4s 6d. H. H. Bailey. Arcade. WANTED Known—That the Alterations at Mrs Dreaver’s shop are nearly completed. <'all and see. WANTED, a good_ Town Traveller for printing and stationery business. Apply “ Dunedin House,” Box 396. WANTED, Two strong, well-educated Lads. A. and T. Burt. Limited. WANTED Known—Men’s strong Working Balmorals (one year’s hard wear guaranteed), 8s fid. Only at H, R. Morrison’s. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessousat Columbia Dress-cutting School; the act of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross’s Buildings. WANTED Known—Overstock of Ladies’ Glace Kid and Patent Lace and Button Boots from 18s fid, 20a, 22s fid, reduced to 15a fid, 16s fid, and 18s fid. Harris’s Imperial Boot Depot. WANTED Known Ladies’ Lace Boots (glace kid, patent vamps) were 15s fid and 18s fid, reduced to 12s fid. Harris’s Imperial Boot Depot. WANTED Known—Great Reductions in Boots and Shoes ; note these prices— Button and Lace Boots —were 12s fid, now 8s fid. Harris’s Imperial Boot Depot. WANTED Known Girls’ Levant Lace Boots, 7 to 10, from 4s fid ; 11 to 13, 5a fid; all goods reduced are good stock; we are determined to clear all lines overstocked. Harris’s Imperial Boot Depot, 4 Princes street. ANTED, Cabinetmakers and French Polishers to give our French Polishing Materials a trial. Our Brown Hard Varnish best in the market; our French Polish is really good Moderate prices for good matm-hls. Martin’s Manufactory, opposite First Church, Moray place. WANTED, an active, intelligent Lad, about 16, as an apprentice. Robin and Co., Octagon. WANTED Known—Half the price of bread, better than cakes ; bring big bags for Broken Biscuits 8 a.m. Saturday. Phcenix, Maciaggan street.
WAN LED Known Girls’ High Levant Balmorals,. 10’s to I’s, 4s 6d; Children’s Boots from Is. H. K. Morrisoil's. respectable young Girl, for light JJI housework ; sleep at home. Address at Owen’s, grocer, King street. PORTER. —Wanted, young Man tor north end. Apply Brown, Ewing, and Co., before 10 a.m. PARCEL Boy Wanted—strong, useful lad. Apply, 9 o’clock to-morrow morning, Carter and Co., drapers, George street. ftpENDERS Wanted for 5-roomed House, for JL Mr B. Laidlaw, at Brighton, Plans and specifications at Laidlaw and Gray’s, Rattray street; Tenders close Friday, 17th. TENDERS Wanted for a 5-roomed Cottage (wood). Plans W. Drury, opposite Presbyterian Church, South Dunedin. THOROUGHLY Competent General Servant Wanted: no children, no washing. Apply after 7, Mrs Solomon, Hope street. ■ WANTED Known—Mrs Dreaver is opening up New Millinery, New Sailor Hats, New Mantles, etc., etc. POR SALE, 2 and 400-gallon Iron Tanks (cheap), in good order. Apply A. Bird, Maryhill, Caversham. tnOR SALE, Gent’s Dress Suit, cheap. Mrs Litzenberger, dealer in second-hand clothing, 101 George street. fJIOR SALE, Shop and Dwelling ; bathroom, . washhouse, all modern conveniences. Apply T. Walton, Cargill road. SCREW-CUTTING Lathes For Sale, 4gin and 6in centre. G. M‘Knight, George street, Caversham. FOR SALE, Express, Horse, and Harness, in good order; sold cheap. Apply Charles Buddicom, Macandrew road, South Duns din. CARNIVAL. —Make straight to Fyfe and Cuming’s Drapery and Clothing Stores Saturday Morning, Afternoon, or Evening SALE of Work, Y.W.C.A. Rooms, Moray place, Friday and Saturday Afternoon and Evening. Admission Free. I (ENNIS Racquets Restrung, Repahed; largest stock, best quality gut in New | Zealand; inspection invited. Bills, wireI worker. Flowers, Violets, Rhubarb, Passion O Fruit (30 Is), Bananas (24 Is), Oranges, Pineapples, Mandarins, Cauliflower, Salads. Mrs Mitchell, George street. ATURD AY Morning, Afternoon, or Eventj ing—Make straight to Fyfe and Cuming’s Carnival of Drapery and Clothing. ~g 4Marmalade Oranges; Passion ivvl/ Fruit, 30 for Is; Pines 6d, Apples 2d, Rhubarb Cd. Bull. T> EGINA Tea confidently recommended as Jl\» the best of all standard Blends. Young and Anderson. CARNIVAL on Saturday at Fyfe and Cuming’s Drapery and Clothing Stores; some extraordinary lots.
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