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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GOOD FRUIT CHEAP GOOD FRUIT CHEAP TO»NIGBT! TO-NIGHT! CHERRIES (Melbourne) 6d per lb GOOSEBERRIES (Owen) 3d per lb. PINEAPPLES (Frc-h.) 6d each. Large Quantity STRAWBERRIES Arriving THIS EVENING. \ G. ESSEX AND CO., '• 206 Princes strct south. JtBRELLAS.—Finest stock in Dunedin; ' long handles, new stylish tops, real I Silver mounts, fvom 5s 6d. T. Ross. NEW Raincoats, serviceable for rain or dust: girls', maids', \ind ladies' sizes, cravenctte hydrotite, from lis 6d. _ EXCELLENT Kid Gloves, black, white, and all colors, from 2s 6d; good Lisle and Cashmere Stockings from Is; A ND tho finest stock of stylish Blouses, xjl Overalls, Feather Necklets, and Corset* ever shown. T. Ross-, importer. WANTED, Situation as housekeeper by respectable, middle-aged Woman; quiet place preferred. Address "A.8.," ' Evening Star' Officer r ANTED, wnart Boy ior solicitors l . » office Apply, with references, to "Judicial," 'Star* Office. ANTED Known—Red Cross Ointment, I * » the mighty healer of sores. Keep a bos in the house. ANTED.—Jewellery; English uianufac- , . . turc; splendid assortment; natty gift presents; Rings, Watches specialty. Thomson, opposite Knox Church. TANTED, Apprentice for dressmaking. I » »' Apply Miss Menzies, 232 George street. Clearing Sale Fur- , . . niturc, Crockery, Pictures; must clear before December. Miles's Furniture Exchange, 213 George street. r ANTED, Washing to do at homo; bast I » » of references. Address " Soldier's Wife," ' Star' Office. WANTED, an Assistant. Apply, with references, WnrdeH Bros, and Co. Exchange, 3 Building SccVT . tions in St. Clair for 4-roomed House, St. Kilda. "Exchange," 'Star* Office. WANTED, by Lady, largo Unfurnished Room: hreplaco; moderate; central. Address " Convenient." ' Star' Office. i MART Lad , Wanted for cistern department. A. and T. Burt, Ltd. I -M IRL Wanted. A. and* T. Burt, Ltd. WANTED.— Alex. Thompson and Sons, Princes street. Special lino Stable Ru«s, collar check lined. 14b 6d each. WANTED.— Cotton and Tan Duck Kit Bags, Brief Bags, Money Bolts, Leather Goods. At Thompsons'. WANTED.— Just landed. Folding Camp Stretchers, 19s 6d each; Deck Chairs, ss. 6s 6d. 7s 6d each. At Thompsons'. TANTED. —Thompsons' Universal Tents, t » / best, cheapest; write for prices. Alex. Thompson and Sons, Princes street. CADET required sheep run: milk cow, help sheep work generally; some previous experience preferable: small wage; live in house. Apply P.O. Box 366. ILDERLY Man Wanted as rouseabout on ' farm; central: good home. "-C.OUntious," 'Star' Office. , nice-appearing Girl, with ;'I good figure, for my act, now at Princess Theatre: swimming experience unnecessary ; going to America December 10th. Apply Arthur Trout. WANTED To Buy, Ladies', Gents', and Children's Clothing, Boots. Baxter, 40 Frederick street (opposite Hospital). WANTED, a smart Boy to assist on bread cart. Applv A. l'urchcs, N.E. Valley. WANTED. —Eczema, varicose ulcers, i skill eruptions disapp2ar after using Red Cross Ointment. D Known—Complete new stocK >? of Linoleums and Flcorclolfts, 6ft wide, from 2a 3d running yard. Herbert, II ay ncs. I [TANTED Known—Excellent variety of - V Shadow Cretonne?, suitable for looso coverings, from 2. lid yard. Herbert., Haynes. WANTED Known—Our new Voile Casement Cloth, with colored bordering, is unequalled, from Is 9d yard. Herbert, Havnes. TTTANTKD Known—Our Made-to-ineasure TV Suit* from 45s best value in the Dominion. Herbert. Haynes. "InfTANTED Known—Our Made-to-measure 'IT Suits from 45s best value in the Dominion. Herbert, Haynes. WANTED Known—Boys' 'Varsity Suits, sizes 1 to 5, 8s lid; best value in Dunedin. Herbert, Haynes. WANTED Known—Boys' 'Varsity Suits, sizes 1 to 5, 8s lid: best value in Dunedin. Herbert, Haynes. TANTED Known—Mens Sports hints, . ... latest, English cut, newest, tweeds, from 29s 6d. Herbert, Haynes. WANTED Known—Men's Sports Suits, latest English cut, newest tweeds from 29s 6d. Herbert, Haynes. WANTED, Smokers of Regent CigaTcttes to know that the Westminster Free Gift Scheme has been extended to June 30th, 1915. All gift tickers hold good until that date. Cut out Starter Coupon uppcariiio- on Daee 5 iii 'Star' of November 19th. ■IJKTANTED. —Glassware of every desenpI »V tion under cost price; Salad Bowls, nofc- Is. Burton Bros., Stuart street. | THtTANTED.—2OO Crockery and Glassware I TT selling under cost, price : Hand-painted I Salad Bowls, 2s 3d. Burton Bros. WANTED.— Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Sugar Basins, Water Bottles, Cake Dishes, Crystal Jellies selling below cost price. WANTED Known to Everybody—For Electroplated Goods. Cutlery, Guns, Rules, Cartridges, Lathes' Handbags try Burton Bros. WANTED.— The best possible value in everything obtainable at Burton Bros.', Stuart street. Hose, 6d foot. r ANTED.—You can buy from us at I t t sale prices; huge stock for Christmas I presents. Burton Bros. XXT ANTED Known—For Gasfitting and I TV Plumbing Repairs ring up C. S. Jenkins and Co., Dowling street. YV ANTED.—Red Cross Ointment soothe I TV as well as heals; neve- irritates; re I duces inflammation. Buy a box. WANTED Known—We Repair Venetian Blinds thoroughly and promptly. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street; telephone 802. I fIASBMENT Curtains (latest) made and j \y fitted by experts; every customer deI lighted. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street. Kfc, Painting.—Tho Tender ot Mr K. Ad--1 more, of Dunedin, being tho lowest, has been accepted. C. H. Chapman, Cakon, Lynwood avenue. WANTED Known—Full-sized Brass-rail Bedstoids from 21s. Only at Tay. lor's, Princes street. EST Double Woven Wire Mattresses, 16 6d; inspect our latest make in Morris airs, only 19s. Taylor's. tjACK to Beautiful Dunedin.—Re-covering -D and Repairing Umbrellas as formerly. Bain, 59 George street, umbrella and sunshade specialist; satisfaction guaranteed by Umbrella Bain. 59 George street; inquiries invited. _____ KAA__ Second-hand Books, ail c.ubjccU, OUUU nominal prices. Sale, 1,000 up-to-date Theology. 516 Cumberland. Frederick streets. WOOD Dyes and Crack-hllcr Preparations; artistic colors, easily applied; largo assortment. At Laidlaw and Gray's. ARDEN Hose from bd; Hose Fitting; and Garden Requisites lowest priw* Now at Laidlaw and Gray's. rftRAVELLING Necessities, Kit, Gladstone, X and Brief Bags, Suit Cases, Trunks; latest and best. Laidlaw and Gray's. CRICKETERS.— How to Bat and Bowl, by Crawford (coach). At Duncan and Simpson's, booksellers. Princes street__?___QP_ —Beautiful Residence. Eslinton £WOO_> (6-roorued Bungalow); modern conveniences, gas; drained: Bow ground rent. Alex. Harris. 1710R Irish Linens of every description, Handkerchiefs, Cushion Covers, Irish Crochet. Crash Goods. Blousc3, and Camisoles, largo assortment of Hand-embroidered Bedspreads, try M'Faddcn's, Irish Linen Depot, 51 George street 5' -SEATER Motor Car For Hire. Apply No. 7 ' Calder street, Cavcrsham, or I 'phone 1,164. nOAA —Two 5-roomed Villas; hot water, otfOUl? electric light, sewered; nice little investment. Battmby, Dowlins street.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
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