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late advertisements. LO AS B Y’S “W AH O o,’ A gentle but certain laxative NERVE TONIC, And* Positive Cure for all derangements of the LIVER, STOMACH, AND KIDNEYS. Obtainable everywhere, 2s sd. Wholesale Agents; K.P. and Co.’s N.Z. Drug Company, Ld. QILVER DUST FLOUR, t Best in the Market. Don’t be put off. Ask for it. and insist upon' having it. Kept by all grocers. AT Mrs Gill's, ex Aotea: New Cycling Skirts, 9s 6d and 12s 6d ; special line of Dressing Gowns, 5s lid. JUBILEE Kid Gloves, now opened, all sizes, Is — best value obtainable ; new Chamois Washing Gloves, 2s lid. NEW Millinery, specially selected by Mrs Gill: Latest Sailors; Trimmed Bond Street Straws. At Mrs Gill’s. MADAME HELLER, Physiognomist, York place (near Filleul street), has returned; copied by all, equalled by none. WANTED— F. Himmcl has resumed Watch Repairing, Cumberland street; good work. Wanted, Pupils for English Concertina WANTED To Tune and Repair, Musical Instruments ; Piano - tuning (ss) a specialty. W. Himmel, Cumberland street. WANTED To Buy, Furniture in any quantity, Stoves, Ranges, and all sorts o sundries, from £1 to £SOO. W. Cuttle, Cargil road, South Dunedin. WANTED Known—Highest price given for Furniture at M‘Laugh lan’s Arcade. Largest stock in South Dunedin. ANTED, a Parcel Boy for the north end. Herbert, Haynes, and Co. r ANTED, a good Town Traveller for printing and stationery business. Applj’ ‘ Dunedin House,” Box 396. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross’s Buildings. WANTED Known—Mrs Dreaver is opening up New Millinery, New Sailor Hats, New Mantles, etc., etc. 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, immediately, first-class Tailoress for coats ; also Vcstmaker ; references indispensable. Apply Robb, Octagon WANTED, small Section, north end, with or without buildings. Particulars to “Cash,” Star Office. WANTED, respectable Person to adopt child from birth ; premium ; strictly confidential. Address “Parent,” Star Office. WANTED, a good General Servant; good cook. Apply, after 7 o’clock, 53 High ■trcct. WANTED, young Woman for housework ; good wages. Apply Mrs Findlay, Bath street, Moruington. WANTED, experienced General, young Girls, Lads (country, milk). Particulars Miss Laing, Moray place. WANTED, an Apprentice to the dressmaking ; pay after first month. Apply Miss Thoms, William street, Mornington. WANTED To Purchase, light Business, suitable for lady with small capital. Address “Capital,” Star Office. WANTED, a respectable young Woman to attend to an invalid all night; to come at 7 at night and go away at 7 in morning. Address Mrs Fenton, Montpellier, Dunedin.
WANTED To Sell, a good Second-hand Piano. Address “Piano,” Star Office. WANTED, a smart Boy. Burton Bros , photographers, 41 Princes street. WANTED, educated Boy, knowledge of drawing, with view to learn job printing. Jolly, Connor, printers, Octagon. WANTED, a good Second-hand Winch. Apply Bannister, chemist, High street. WANTED, the Residents of the Northeast Valley to attend Sale ol Work, Friday, Saturday next. Admission, 6d. WANTED Known—That Speculators, Prospectors, and others Consult Professor Heath, Octagon, on important undertakings; numerous testimonials. WANTED, good Ploughman, generally useful ; small station, good accommodation. R. Brew, High street. WANTED, Cooks, Laundresses, good Generals, Two Housemaids (town and country). Apply Monday, Young Women’s Christian Association. WANTED, Dressmaking, at home or by the day (2s 6d); competent. Address *' L.,” Star Office. WANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte ; 12a fid quarter. Miss Lily Hilekor, Stafford Terrace, No. 11, Dnndas street. WANTED, Junior Clerk, with knowledge of bookkeeping. Enclose references and State wages required to Box 170. P. 0., Dunedin. WANTED To Let, 5-roomed House; large paddock, _ stable, garden, every convenience. Wpodside’s Store, Mornington. WANTED, the Address of Person willing to take in White Sowing. Address “N.M.,” Stab Office, WANTED, Improver house carpenter; one a year or two at trade preferred. Address “Builder,” Star Office. WANTED, Girl to assist In house ; used to children ; references required. Apply 41 High street. WANTED, tidy, respectable Girl, assist housework; must be fond of children. Apply Davidson’s Store, The Glen. WANTED, Apprentices to- the Dressmaking. Apply Monday morning. Miss Easton, Duthie Bros., Ltd., George street. WANTED, young Lady Assistant, Crockery Department; must have experience of this department. A. and T. Inglis. WANTED Known Make no mistake : Watches thoroughly Cleaned, Ss; Mainsprings, 4s fid. Jewellery tastefully Made and Repaired BY Peter Dick, the most reliable watchmaker and jeweller, opposite the Coffee Palace, Moray place, Dunedin. PARCELBoy Wanted for north end. Apply Brown, Ewing, and Co., before 10 a.m. Monday. 4N Elderly. Lady can have Two Rooms for company; no rent required. Apply Harris’s Store, Elgin rnad, Mornington. YOUNG Man would give Services as Porter for Clothes and Food and good Home. “ Arthur,” Stab Office. BALTIC Oil for rheumatism, sciatica, colds, sprains, bruises, is unequalled ; price. Is fid, Alex. Bagloy, Octagon Dispensary. S’ EW Goods in all departments now being opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon. ST. MARTIN’S Schoolroom, North - east Valley.—Entertainment, Wednesday, 15th September, commencing 8 p.m.; Songs, Readings, Recitations. Admission Threepence. %yf*ONEY To Lend, from £5, Bills, Furniture, IvJL Pianos, Cattle, Policies ; easy terms. R. Brew, High street. OUR Customers are demanding Regina Tea. M Morton and Son, Kaikorai. ”VTEW Goods in all departments now being JLI opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon.
FBRGUSLIE HALL (late Baron's).—Friday and Saturday, September 17th, 18th, North-east Valley Band, Sale of Work. RAND Promenade Concerts at Sale of VJT Work, opening Friday Afternoon, 2,30, Admission Free. LATE Baron’s Hall.—Grand Sale of Fancy Goods, etc. ; open Afternoons 2.30, Evening 7.30. Admission, 6d. "VTEW Goods in all departments now being -131 opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon. ARTISTS’ Materials.—£l7 worth Paints, Canvases, Easels, Brushes, etc., For Sale;_£s cash the lot, or will sell smaller quantities proportionably. “ Studio,” Stab Office. WAREHOUSEMEN’S Sample cases and Cards made and lettered at the Stab Factory, Crawford street. FE RHINE, the well-proved modern remedy for pale faces, lassitude, languor, nervousness; packets, 2s. Alex. Bagley. "VTEW Goods in all departments now bein" JLI opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon. ° LOASBY’S " Wahoo ” positively cures whore other remedies only relieve ; purely herbal; always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemises, Grocers. FOR HANDBILLS, Circulars, Billheads, Memorandums, Delivery Books, Cards, Address Labels, Chemists’ Labels, or any description of Printing, try the Evening Stab Job Printing Department.
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