LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TIRED AND LOW-SPIRITED. MR R. MACANSH, of Mnrtumbnrrab, N.S.W., writes;—“ For two years I suffered intense pain fn the chest alter eating, and sickness after meals was a common occurrence with me. I was induced to try LOASBY’S WAHOO, and now you may add my name to the list of former dyspeptics who have been completely cured by your wonderful remedy;” LOASBY’S WAHOO, price 2s 6d everywhere. Wholesale, K.P, and Co.’s N.Z. Drug Co. SALE. JgUAITHW AfTE’d ANNUAL Under the Horseshoe. - LAST THREE DAYS. SALE CLOSES NEXT SATURDAY. 'Thousands of Novelties at Sweeping Reductions. FOR New Sailor Hats, trimmed French and English millinery, Straws, Flowers, and Feathers see Mrs Gill’s. FINEST stock of Kid and Fabric Gloves ever shown ; new Fall Nets, Laces, stylish Collarettes, LEADING styles in Blouses, Infants’ and Children’s Millinery, new Sunbonnets; see windows. At Mrs Gill’s. YIOJUN, Bow, and Case (large assortment) from 20s upwards; come and inspect. Musical Exchange, Octagon. WANTED, Two Canvassers. For terms, address (by letter) “ Canvasser," Stab Office. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia 'Dress-cutting School ; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Rosa’s Buildings. WANTED, smart - Boy for merchant’s office ; must be good writer and smart at figures. Apply in own handwriting, “ Merchant,” Star Office. WANTED, a young Man (married preferred), to manage small,country store. Send references and state salary expected to “ Alpha.” P. 0., Invercargill. WANTED, a good Dressmaker by the day. . Address Dressmaker,” Post Office. WANTED, a Second-hand Range or Stove, 2ft 6in or 3ft. “ Range,” Star Office. WANTED, for. two weeks in November, Furnished Apartments (m City) for married couple with one child; or small, Furnished House at St. Clair. Ai-p’y by letter to " St. Olair,” Star Office. WANTED, a Boy for bakehouse. Apply J. J. flelmkey, pastrycook, George street. WANTED, smart, tidy young Woman for general housework; sleep at home. Mitchell, fruiterer, fieorge street. WANTED To Sell, One Portable Boiler, in good order; price, 15s. “ Portable,” Star Office. WANTED, young Persian or Angora Tom Kitten. Apply, stating price, to “Tom,” Box 42, Oamaru. WANTED, _Ni-;e or Ten-roomed Plastered House, in or near Mornington, Apply Rev.'O. Bowden, Montpellier. ANTED, Six-roomed Plastered House fo v * term (good tenant); three in family Address “ Marrtadnke,” Star Office. WANTED, a House and Parlormaid. Apply Mrs W. Q. Neill, Melville street. WANTED To Purchase, Dwelling of Five Rooms (freehold), proximity of Stafford street; price, from £3OO to £530. Sievwright Bros, and Co. WANTED, experienced General for the Country; middle aged preferred; wages, 10s. Particulars, Miss Laing,- Moray place. WANTED, Safh j medium size. State partioulars and price to “Safe,” Star Office. W ANTED, 'Apprentices to dressmaking Apply Miss Moore, Montpellier. TINTED, thoroughly experienced Can vasser; good inducements to trust worthy man; references required. Manage; 1 Spectator,’ 19 Princes street. WANTED, by young Man, Situation in bookseller and stationer’s business; 6 years’ experience.. “ M.,” Star Offii e. WANTED, a Housemaid and Waitress. Apply this evening, between 5.30 and at Pier Hotel; references required. GENERAL Servant (farm work. Apply Thursda Whyte, Princes street. milk and housemorning, James
MRS DIOK wants (this evening) Kitchenman (good wages), Adams call; experienced Generals (Christchurch, Oamaru), Girls (country). YAOANT Sections. Wanted, Party to Bail'd 5 or 6-roomed Plastered House in respectable locality ; will give ‘ good • rent for term. “Woodford,” Stab Office. LADY, educated, domesticated, affectionate, wishes Correspond Gentleman, view matrimony; Widower one or two children no objection. “ 5.F.," STAB Office. TENDERS Wanted for Additions and Altera-' "lions to House. > App'y Mrs Dallas, Bishop road, off ■ Rattray street, where plans and specifications can be.seen. Tenders close Monday, Ist November. TENDERS are invitel until Monday, the Ist November, for .Pale and Removal 5 Houses, or separately, Lees street. Particulars from R. Brew, High street. “f W GUHJEA American Organ (Bell); new JL 4 instrument ; 8 stops; bass and treble couplers. Musical Exchange, Octagon. A T the Carnival, Thursday—Black Metvel.cjL liens. Silks, Is yard ; Liberty Silks, Is yard. Fyfe and Cuming’s. TILL December 31at Miss Clough will give Lesson Free'in Drawn Thread. Mountmeliiok, Ivory and Lace Work, Arrasene, Netting, etc., to those buying materials to the amount o|2s6d. 41 George street. TOOTHING 'lovelier. or more charming, 131 elevating, ahd lastiqg than a good Piano. 4 Try. Musical Exchange, Octagon. STRUCK— Tatte sail’s Hotel for Best Liquor in Town'and Speight's Beer; good accommodation. Fred Garter, proprietor. CfARDBOARD Boxes, all sizes, stylos, and > shapes, at Stas Factory. Crawford street. STROTHERS AND SCOTT have large stools of Baslomere Tea,' and strongly recommend it. LONDON Dental.-Thousands of patients each year for the last three years alone can say they have had teeth extracted entirely free from pain by Resident Principal, now of Dunedin. OOD Evening ! Have yon used “ Good VX Luck” .Tea?—the blend-for health and happiness,. .D.-M, Miller. '
TIGER TBASI Touiake your little enter* • tainment a success you must provide Tiger Teas., ■ MOUTHOrgans, Flageolets, Accordions, ‘ Concertinas, Violins,' Strings and Fit*" tings; prices to suit all. Musical Exchange, Octagon. . ’ -I "' " ‘
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