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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IV last for years; "Show. Rooms at J. andT. ChristU's. Bates, Sise, and Co.; general pgents,Dunedin. TniGElt Teas.—We cannot' make yon good, ■ u -; -Bat we can make you feel good. Drink !"Teas. 'A VIED, young OM assist housework ; ~.,' sleep at home. Address Croft's Store, Albert jt-eet and York-place. ■■ . /ANTED, an Apprentice to the Dress- , /■• nuking;. Apply, after six, Miss Russell Dundas street, near ScotU Hotel WANTED, Dressmaker, few days; must be good fit. Apply Lyndhurst House, Moray place. WANTED, at Ocean Beach or near, Cottage, for about two months. Address "Seaside," Star Office. ' - \\! a« i J£U, gool Ueneral Servant. . *« . Rising Sun Hotel, Walker street. WANTED, an experienced Coat and A r est Machinist. Apply, 8 am., Tuesday, Morris and Co., St*ffurd street. ANTED, an Apprentice to the Dress. . making. Apaly Miss Titts, dreß> make\Reid street, South Dunedin. ANTED, a Youth accustomed tihorsff. Apply H. Holgate, Glen. WANTED, a decent, honest Pony suitable for da'sy cart. State price to " Pony," Star Office WANTED, a good Carpenter. Apply on the job, Hope road, Selwyn, North-east Valley. - WAN 'ED. a Governed to tale charge of Children; teach piano. Principal can be seen at Wood's Hotel; Rattray street, 10 to 12, Thursday. ~ T*7ANTI<D To Buy into Hotel, City or 'T suburbs. Particular to Sievwright Bros, and Co , High street. JAN I ED, Ptvsons desirous of Selling - .' Seccnd-hand BicycYs to call at Exchange, 26 Octagon. Telei-hone 685 RS FIbH wants Cooks (hotels, private), iti. Waitresses. Housemaids. Man Cook. H Generals, Dairymaids, Milkers, Waiters, Girls. WANTED, some 7ft and Bft Second-ban 1 Roofing Iron. Montague, corner King and Albany streets. ANTED, a first-class Barmaid. Moloney's ' Central flo'el, Princes street. ¥ ANTED, first-c'a«s Butcher; also, Man capable of taking charge of bhop. E. F. Lawrence, bu'eher. ANTED To Sell. 'I ip Dray ; cheap. AdV dress " Dray," f tar Office. STANTi'D, by experienced Person, plain ¥ sewing or boys' sailor suits to make. "Reasonab'e," General Post Office. WANTED, smart, tidy,. respectable Girl, asfist housework ; sleep horn? : refer-, enees required. Mrs Forrest, Hyde street. WANTED, good Dogcart Horse. Apply ■ by letter, Stating price and where E«en, "Horse," StvßOffice. VV'an usu, immediately, clean, active ** Girl for kitchen. Mrs Sullivan. Excelsior Restaurant, corner Stuart and Castle streets. J ANTED To Sell, 3 good Second-hand Bicycles; also well fini.-hed lathe. Apply Swan s Store, f*aversham . / vtork. Apply the City Sawmillin; Company, Crawford street. WANTED, »pprentici for dressmaking. Apply Miss Huvly, Colonial Mutual Buildings, Princes street. WANTED, Trouser nnl Vest Hands, at or.ee. Todd and Brown, 9 Hattray ThU, young Ladies to take Leßsonß at . . Columbia Dress-cutting School; tto art of dressmaking, taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross's Buildings. KRNE wants Mutterer (40 ; good dogs\ m;ller (for charge). ► ARRATT wants (this evening) 5 Female . > Cooks (hotels), Married Couple, General Servants, Waiter (255), Station 1 ads. AINTER and Papcrhanger Wanted at «_ oroa; must be a good. hand. B. Winn, Lawrenoe/ , .^ SAHC of To Let, 7-ronmed House. " St. Clair : bathroom ;If acres; splendid view; lately ocoupied by Mr W. L. Philp. Park Reynolds, and '"o. OASBY'S " Wahoo " positively cures wh*re i_i other remedies only relieve; pure'y herbal J always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists. Grocers. RS DREAVER, havine secured the servioes of a First-class Drestmakerfrom a leading Melbourne house, is prepared to make Stylish Dresses at moderate prices. Larpa variety of Dress Material on band. C.voli»gard Tailor-made Costuroei a tpecialty. I adies' Own Material made up. Millinery unsurpassable, as usual. £25, £SO, £lOl. £l5O, £250, £I,OOO .——*_ --, T" Lend ; Bills discounted lowest ra'es. Bryan,r, Dowline street. ' fiIIUK.R Teas.—Every (Jroc-*r in Dunedin has * Tiger Teas ;so you only need to ask for them. BICYCLE (Second-hand), ' Kicycl« to sell, write cr call 26 Octagon. Ti-lepbotie 685 10R all Classes of Upholstery Work and -_ Bedding inquiro our prices, or write. MacKenzie aid Panders. QIUITES Re covered, an.l mrd < (in most cas 8 O better tlwn new. Latest and choicest patterns to select from. AOKENZIB AND SANDERS Request ... Customers to Fend Orders Early. Now's the best time for the best work. ■_■ ASI.EMERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon Ll Tea imported into the Colony ; try it. P. G. Shepherd. <PKIGHT'S celebrated Aieß, in Bottled quarts S and pints, at all grocers. >.iGLEYS soothing Powders for Children . p Teething : fifty years' successful record ; safe, (ffectual: Is 6d packets, post free. LOASP.Y S " Wahoo " strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ; 2a 6d. All chemists and Grocers. WANTED, IDUCATED, STEADY YOUNG WOMAN JLU AS CASHIER. Must be quick at figures. A. LORIE AND CO.
rOLIDAY BARGAINS.—Carter and Co. ■_ offer their Entire Stock at Bargain Prices daring this month. OL'DAY BARGAINS.-Carter and Co. have ju<=t landed a magnificeent lot of Novelties in all departments, ex Mataura. All at the loweßt possible prices. • OLIDAY BARGAINS.-Try Carter and Co. for New Sailor Hats from Is to 5s lid; New Bond Street Straws from Is to 5a lid. OLIDAY BAKGAINS.—Try Carter and Co. for Umbrellas; 50 boxes just landed from aotual makers; Is 6d, rise Is to 17a 6d. OLIDAY BABGAINS.-Try Carter and Co. for New Kid Gloves, Is lid to 5s lid ; New White or Fawn Undressed Kid, 2s 6d pair; Fabric Gloves from 6d to 2s lid, including the new fancy backs. OLIDAY BARGAINS.—A grand lot of New Blouse Punts. 4Jd, s|d, 6|d, 7JI yard ; Dress Materials in great variety, cheap. OLIDAY BARGAINS.-A wonderlul nice lot of New Veiling from 4|d to Is ■ 6d : ; New Collars and Cuffs. New 'Handkerchiefs, New Lace Collar* ettes, and other fancy lines, cheap. ADlES.—Carter and Co. never had a nicer J stock than now. -Their Goods -are all New, Fresh, and Fashionable, and their Prices are the Lowest in Dunedin, taking quality as a test. Call and see for yourselves.
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