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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10477, 22 November 1897
LATE ADVIRTISE MTENTS. AT Mrs Gill’s—New Lace Collarettes, in novel designs; leading styles in Fall Nets, Ribbons, Laces. GRAND range of Kid Gloves; New Blouse Prints, Muslins, and Cambrics from 7£d per yard. • DRESSMAKING under capable management ; Corsets, in 50 different makes, from 2a lid ; Ladles’ Vesta, la. Mrs Gill. “ ET your Show Shave” at Hilliker’s \JT Saloon, Princes (south Stafford) street. First-olasa Hair-cutting, fid; Children, 3d. STROTHERS AND SCOTT have large stocks of Haslomere Tea, and strongly recomfmead it. ANTED Known—Good, stylish Summed Suits to be had from J. and J. Arthur, George street. - WANTED, first-class Coat and Trouser Hands. Apply at once, Louis Faigan, tailor, George street. WANTED Known—Good, stylish, well- ' made Suits for 3 guineas. J. and J. Arthur, George street. v WANTED, strong Boy for bakehouse; 18 years of age. R. Brown, 67 George street. ■ - WANTED, first-olasa Waittes?, with references. Apply European Hotel, George street. WANTED, Two Carpenters. Apply, at Roslyn Mills, Ross and Glendining. WANTED, young Man look after horses and make himself useful. E. F. Lawrence, George street, WANTED, 2 Boys fur factory. Wm. Wright, Glasgow Biscuit Factory, King s’reet, WANTED, a thorough General Servant. Apply Bull, fruiterer, George street. WANTED, a smart Lad for office. Apply by letter to “ L.N.R.,” Post Office. a "ST ANTED Known J. and J. Arthur Tr famous for Best Value in stylish Suit ings, Trouserings. George street. W" ANTED, a good Coppersmith. Apply J. Anderson and Co., opposite • Coffee Palace. WANTED, strong Lad to attend bricklayer. New buildings opposite Northern Recreation Ground, King street. WANTED, Visitors to bring Repairs to H. H. Bailey, watchmaker. Arcade; Watches Cleaned, 4s 6d. All work guaranteed. WANTED Known—Good Sailor Suit, fit boy 10 years, 3s lid. J. and J. Arthur, George street. WANTED, H. J. Rees, fireman, to apply at once to Keith Ramsay’s office, Vogel street. WANTED, Second-hand Circular Saw and Spindle, for cutting firewood. Joseph Sparrow, engineer, Rattray street wharf. WANTED, Parcel Boy about 15. Simon Bros., George street. WANTED, at once, Apprentices to the dressmaking. Apply Mrs Gill, Princes street. WANTED, smart Lad to drive horse and attend to garden. Apply Mrs Bowler, Hart street, Roslyn, Tuesday evening, between seven and eight o’clock, WANTED, a Five-inch 'ihcodolite, “Kairuri,” Watson’s Hotel, Dunedin. WANTED Known—For tip-top value in all de, artmenta, visit J., and J. Arthur, George street. WANTED, young Man (used to painting preferred) to Paint Two Houses. Apply to Higginson, Frederick street. WANTED, a good General Servant, at once. Apply Mrs R. Lochhead, Maryhill terrace, Morningtou. WANTED To Sell, a Light Roadster Bicycle, in good order; £8; bargain. Address “ Bike,” Stab Office. WANTED, Two or Three Unfurnished Rooms, Princes street. Box 597. WANTED Known—lf you want fashionable Hats or Gaps, visit J. and J. Arthur, George street. WANTED, strong Parcel Boy r . Apply A. and T. Inglis, George street. WANTED, Mail Boy (milk couple cows), also competent Housekeeper (widow preferred, station). Brew, High street. WANTED, steady Single Man to drive horses. Apply Barnes, Forth street. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Kobe’s Buildings. WANTED Known-Good Sailor Suit, fitboy 10 years, 3s lid. J. and J. Arthur, George street. WANTED Known Miss Rodgers, dressmaker, has Removed from Princes street to Colonial Mutual Buildings, corner High street. WANTED Known—Madame Sinclair, only genuine Palmistry, Character-reading Business. No. 1 Bellevue terrace, George street. WANTED Known—J. and J. Arthur’s Is the Best Place to got a good, stylish Suit. WANTED Known—Don’t forget Inisfield Club Social, South Dunedin Hall, Wednesday first. Tickets, 3s (including refreshBOOT Trade.—Wanted, Youth as improver repair department; constant work, irimon Bros., George street TAILORBSSES. —Wanted, good Bands for trousers and vests. Apply J. Crombie and Co , 24 George street. MRS FISH wants Day Porter (assist billiards), Waitress (15s, town), Generals, Housemaids, Cooks (hotels, private), Boots. MBS DICK wants, urgently, Cooks, Laundresses, Five experienced General Servants, Three Tablemaids, Housemaids, Gills (sleep at home). TO Carpenters.—Wanted, Tenders for Lining Room ; labor only. Apply Mrs H. Trainor, Elm row. BOOT Trade.—Girl Wanted for machine room; also Improver. J. H. Clarke, Kensington Boot Factory. A GOOD Tenant requir.s 6 or 7-roomed House before Xmas ; within 20 minutes of P.O. ; elevate! position preferred. Address “Elevated,” Stab Office. EDUCATED young Lady desires Situation as companion or lady help; thoroughly domesticated; email wages. Address “ Alice,” Star Office. WANTED Known—Auld Scottie Whisky is the best. A ULD Scottie Whisky sold by A. and J. M'Farlane, Peterson and Co., Gilraour Bros, A ULD Scottie Whisky can also be'had from D. G. Shepherd.and Allan and Smith. to Show and Races ! CHEAPEST Place to buy Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Untrimmed Sailors and Bond Streets, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons. CHEAPEST Place for Blouses in Print, Silk, Cashmere; also stock Cuffs and Collars, Bows, Sunshades, and Umbrellas. CHEAPEST Place for Children’s Pelisses, Sun Hats, Bonnets is J. and A. Dow’s, George street. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo,” the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints ;2s fid. Chemists, Grocers. rFIIGBR Teas are the only Teas we know to JL make man happy and to keep him so. FOR SALE, Five-roomed House (scullery and washhouse; i-acre ground), north end. Apply W. Owen. FOR SALE, an Eightccn-foot Whaleboat, with oars, sails, etc.; suitable for fishing or pleasuring ; nearly new; very cheap. Address “Boat,” Star Office. POR SALE, Paddock of 6 or 7 acres at Mosgiel, near the mills. Apply .to Perpetual Trustees Company, Rattray street. FOB SALE, Express, Horse, and Harness, in good condition. “Express,” Stab Office. Ol A £25, £SO, £IOO, £l5O, £250, £I,OOO vF, To Lend; Bills discounted lowest rates. Bryant, Dowling street. 10.0.F. —Card Match, Pioneer versus Leith, • To-morrow Night, Rattray street Hall, Large attendance requested. TIGER Teas.—Every Grocer in Dunedin has Tiger Teas; so you only need to ask for them. LOOK I—Grocers are now keeping Speizht a Bottled Ale and Stoat. “ /"'I BT j our Hair Cut ” at Hilliker’s Saloon, \3T Princes street, nearly opposite Gridiron Hotel. Best- Shaving, 3d. ‘ • " I6BR TEAS.—To make your little entertainment a success you must provide Tige; -Teas,
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