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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15679, 18 December 1914
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. CHEAP OUOUMBERB. CHEAP OUCU CHEAP OUCUMBERfI. (hioumbem (fr<*]i), 8 for Is. 'jomafcow (focal holhoutfl), Is i P}um« (iwaet oating), 4d per lb. njerrwß (sweet), 6<f per lb. pplee (extra clioioo), 31b for Is 3d. ranges (sweet), 6 for I*. •«m (frwh), 3d pe? lb. J*otflfor« !-»f>ri<!). S!h for Is. GOODS DELIVERED FRER »RYANT AND OO.'S WHOLESALE 1 AND HETAIL FRUIT MAftKflr-, Hattray stroat. 'Phone 1,812. FOR 6HRIBTMAS AND NEW YEAR OARDB And GIFTS of all that e Book Shop should contain you will be wise to go to STARK'S. Ladies' Bags and Purses. Attaohe Cines, Wallets, and Letter Oases, etc, Calendar? and Booklets In great variety. Books for 011 and Young at prices to euit the times. Boyg' and Girls' Own Annuals, Chatterbox, The Soout, and all the Popular Annuals. This Season's Stock of FICTION is especially varied, and include* the Latest Successes Ralph Connor, Mario Corelll, Rex Beach, E, W. Chambers, and Florenoe Barclay. B, J. STARK AND 00 M LTD, THE LEADING BOOKMEN. XMAS PRESENTS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, AT "HALE PRICES. Ladies' Handbags, fist quality, 3s, 4s 6d, up. Whalebone Brushes, Is 3d. Look at them. Come and look in our windowa. You will see almost everything suitable for present*. POTTER, Hairdresser and Fancy Goods Store, 172 GEORGE STREET (Next Arthur Barnett). ROBBIE AND HARLOCK have now reJ ceived Fresh Supplies of WAR MAPS. All Customers will receive one Free of Chargo. Shipment of LADIES' NECKWEAR, Hid—worth double. DOBBIE AND HARLOCK, Drapery Specialists, 124-126 GEORGE STREET., DIRECT FROM IRELAND. EAUTIFUL IRISH HAND-EMBROID- —' ERED LINEN BLOUSES, All Sizes, from 7s lid, M'FADDEN'S IRISH LINEN DEPOT, 51 George street. JEWELLERY AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT. You can be sure of having your Gift appreciated if you make your selection from our Great Stock, which is replete with th» Newest and Daintiest Goods. PRESENTS FOR LADIES. PRESENTS FOR GENTLEMEN. PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN, At Prioes from la upwards. SEOS OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. H AND T. YOUNG, LTD., \JC% Jewellers, 888 PRINCES STREOT, BOOT TRADE. VST ANTED. LASTERS and FTNTSHEBS. STANDARD BOOT FACTORY, Sargood, Son, and Ewon, Ltd., Richardson street, Dunodin. POSITION OPE*." for FIRST-CLASS STRUCTURAL STEEL TEMPLET MAKER. Apply by letter to THE DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENT CO., LTD., Oneroid, Whangarei. antei iart Young LADY as 2nd ' SALES in Millinery Depart our Invercargill House. Apply HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., LTD. TWO Young LADY ASSISTANTS Required for the Fancy Department;' ago about 16 years; preference given if holding 6th Standard ceniiirate. W. PENROSE AND CO., George street. WANTED, SrOUNG LADY ASSISTANTS for all deX. parlmcnU. Apply BKAITHWAITE'S BOOK ARCADE. )RIENTAL Carved Furniture, handiwork of our Allies, the Japanese, at Sanders's Furnishing House, 175 George street. tUiiSBOTKAM'S Typewriter Copying Oflice. —Legal Documents, Testimonials, Circulars, etc., Copied; moderate charges. DowJing stiect; telephone 736. [T ANTED To Sell, Suite- of Furniture, i t . 9 pieces; owner leaving'. 7 Grey street, Musselburgh. WANTED, smart Waitress. Sweetings, Stuart street. WANTED Known—Best place to buy Children's Footwear is D. M. Sutherland's, near Cargill's Corner. "tt]ttTANTED. —It's simply wonderful, conTT sideriug I was absolutely bald five months ago, to think my hair is quite thick and normal again.—Extract from Gisborne residents letter re Dr Wilson's Regenerator. Have you tried it? Bottles, 5s 6d. Sole Australasian agonb: Hendy, hairdresser. WANTED" Known Helmkey a.nd Son, Pastrycooks, Close 8.30, except Saturday. •ii^irANTED,~ Donations Double Relief, f y Christmis week, given by Charitable Aid Office. Send 'Star' Office." ■"ANTED, by vceptctabla Woman, Pur- . . rushed or Unfurnished Bedroom. " South Duncdin," ' Star' Office. ~\ RESPECTABLE Woman wants Sewing ** or Mending or Making Children's Clothes. ''A.," 'Star' Office. ANT'ED, Two" Girls abou7~founoeti for fishing tacldo department; to start after holidays. A- and W. MCarthy, opposite Railway StationWANTED To Exchange, 5-rocmed modern House for Saction valued at £l5O. Maoassey find 00. ANTED, a smart~Lad7~ Apply Conn's •'Grand" Pharmacy, high street, Dunedin. ASMABT, Strong Boy, aged a early fourteen, wants Work during holidays. Apply " Willing," Post Office, Cavercham. WANTED, Gardening Work, any kind; also Graves do up and keep In. order. Address " Gardener," ' Star.' WANTED, smart Boy to acuit in shop. Apply Andrew Lees, George street. TO LET, 4-roomed House (good repair), near Dunedin Railway Station; good green; Bs. 33 Athol place. '.OR SALE, good Second-hand Gig (built _- Hordern and White); seat three., Sneddon, St. Kilda.. _ TTVOR SALE, 10 sIE Tent and Fly, nearly -T new. Simon's Boot Depot, opposite Post Office, Princes street. COOK Wanted from 23rd December to Bth January. Apply Mrs Balfour, Hub Church Manse. WANTED Known—Scott's Influenza Mix- j ture is a safe, certain, and speedy remedy; 2s 6d. Scott's Pharmacy. WANTED, a Girl (age about 14) to assise in housework. Apply "A.8.," 'Star' Office. GARDENER Wanted, expert at cutting hedges. Apply Taine's Chemical Stores. Crawford street. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, In Lot* to Suit Purchasere Apply 'BTAR' OFHCB.
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