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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, Three Black Hamburg Vines, 6 or 7 years old. Box 295, Post Office. .ANTED, kind Person to Adopt infant » »;' Girl, 2 months old. Address "5.." Star Office, .ANTED, an experienced Houßemaid, , . Apply Mrs Capstick, Onslow House, Ocean Beach. ANTED, a strong Girl to aeßist in house- ■. . work. Apply, at once, Tamora House, High street. ANTED To Sell, 12 Laying Fowlb. Apply Mrs Chapman, Duke street. ANTED, by good Tenant, Six-roomed V T House ; good locality, low rent; state full particulars. ,T Tenant," Star Office. i uaoy iioy ; good, ..-,,- --- ~, premium required. Address "Mother," Star Office. WANTED, Two smart Boys, about fifteen yeara of age. Apply B. Hudson and Co. ANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutflng School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lesson*. Principal, Mia 'Williams, Ross's Buildings. WANTED, a Boy as apprentice to tailoring at once. Duthie 8r05.., Limited, George. state price. 8.8.," Stab Office. WAiNiiSD, good General Servant; must be good plain cook and laundress. For address M'Farlane's, Maclaggan street.. WANTED To Purchase, Park's Map of . Dunedin and Suburbs; Becond-hand. Address ."Map," Stab Office. ..-•.-.. ANTED, Junior Draper's Assistant for the country. AddreßS "Draper," Star 'ANTED To Purchase, 200 gallon Iron »• Tanks. Address "Prompt Cash," Star Office. SITUATION Wanted, attendant upon invalid, mother's help, or companion. " Alice," Star Office. TENDERS Wanted for Altering House; tenders close on Wednesday. Apply Cuttle, Cargill road. • TENDERS Wanted for Moving House. Specification with Mr Hugh Fox, Glen Quarry, Caversham. TENDERS Wanted for Erection of Cottage. Plans and specifications at Mr K. Mitchell s, Eskville street, Musselburgh. LOASBY'S '* Wahoo," the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints; 2s 6d Chemists Grocers. MACEDO'S Closing Sale.—Books, Music, Ink, Inkstands, Albums, etc., Papeteries, Birthday Cards. 202 Princes street. CARNIVAL at Fyfe and Cuming's Drapery Stores; more extraordinary 1 bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Tuesday). ABLEMERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon . Tea imported into the Colony: trv it. D. G. Shepherd. ULD SCOTTIE is sold by Allan and L Smith, Gilmour Bros., and D. G. Shep-
LADIES SHOULD SEE OUR NEW DRESSES AND MILLINERY, AVE HAVE THE CHOICEST IN THE CITY. A. ■ LOEI E" "A N D CO.
ASLBMERB Tea, the new Ceylon. Ob tainable at Young and Anderson's. FOR SALE, Lobelia, Stocks, Tomatoes, 6d per dozen. Anderson's, Upper Union street, opposite Dr Burns's. FOR SALE, one Pure-bred Yorkshire Boar, Burnß!de Yards, Wednesday. i. Duke, George street. <OR SALT?, a 30 odd Acre Farm, with good new 6-roomed House and cowshed, barn, and stable ; about 1| miles from Port; handv to road. Address "Farm," Star Office, Port Chalmers. and Garfield street?, Roslyn; splendid " B ," Star Office. —' rates. .Bryant, Dowling street. LOASBY : S " Wahoo " positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal • always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers, i AULD SCOTTIE Whisky can be had from A. and J. MTarlane. a \a.niM.\j\u an<yie ana Cuming's Drapery vy Stores; more extraordinary bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Tuesday). TIGER TEAS.-ToTiake your little entertainment a success you must provide Tiger Teas. jmOR: SALE, young Cow, just calved : very V quiet. Apply Mrs Carrodus, Broo kville, Kaikoiai. lACKENZIE AND SANDERS, George —I street.—lnspection invited of our new liandßome design in mirror-back Sideboards, 18s 6d.' We intend to make a leading feature of these sideboards, so as to le SIDEBOARD within every person's means. Suites Re-covered in latest patterns at lowest prices. Mackenzie and Sanders. (CARNIVAL at Fyfe and Cuming's Drapery J Stores; more extraordinary bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Tuesday). -.every urooer in uunediu has . -. 0 -. -. , Eoyou only need to ask for sm. L ULD. SCOTTIE is the purest Malt . Whisky that can be bought for money. CITRON SALT (Spring Medicine) for the _/ blood, pimples, blotches, boils, all skin eruptions; Is bottles. Bagle3\ IARTER'S FIRST SPRING SHOW. IRST SPRING SHOW.-New Drapery 1 . and Clothing; novelties in all de-
partments, and all marked at the very lowest cash prices. Oome and see our windows. Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW.-Ladies' and Girls' New Trimmed Hats from Ss lid to 19s lid; Ladies' stylish Trimmed Bonnets, Bs. lid to 19s lid. Carter and Co. 71IRST SPRING SHOW.-New Sailor Hat?, _J ribbon bands or extra-trimmed, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2a lid, 3s lid to 7s lid ; a splendid variety. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW. - Flowers, Feathers, Blouses and Shirts, Corsets and Underclothing, Jackets, Mantles, and Capes. Try Carter and Co. URST SPRING SHOW. - New Dress Materials in great variety, all double width, [from B|d yard up; Navy or BJack Serges from Is to 4s lid yard; New Colored Lustres, la 3£d to 2s lid yard. Carter and Co. URST SPRING SHOW.-New Fancy Black Dresses, Is 6d to 3s lid yard; New Black Crepons from 2s lid, all wool; Evening Shades in Crepon, double width, for Blouses or Dresses, Is o£d yard—worth Is < 6d. Carter and Co. URST SPRING SHOW New Farcy Ribbons, New Gloves, New Lace, New Frillings, New, Sunshades and Umbrellas, New Collars and Cuffs, New Chiffons, New Fancy Sailor Collars for Boys and Girls—all at the lowest possible prices. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW.-New Veilings, • great variety, from 4fd to Is 6d yard; Black and Colored Bead Gimp, Black and Colored lead Ornaments, for Dresses, Bloubcs, and Mantles, etc., nice variety, lowest priceß. Carter and to. nice lot of Ladies street Costumes in Tweeds, etc., very stylish and cheap; the Full Costume for 17s 6d, 19s lid, hp to 355. Also a nice lot of Ladies' Dress Skirts in newest colors, also in Black and Navy Serge, from 8s lid to 15s 9d. These Skirta only require a Blouse to complete the Costume. Come and take the piok of them. Carter and Co. ARTBR'S FIRST SPRING SHOW. OPOHO LITERABY SOOIETY.-Close of Session. Entertainment Baptist Church, Wednesday, 22nd, 8 p.m; good programme vocal and instrumental items, AdmfeaioH 3d,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
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