IH|f ANTED, Improvers to Millinery. ▼» Apply, Mra Frank Porter, Paris House. 52 WANTED, a good Coach-smith; none but competent workmen need apply. W. Moor and Sons, Coach-builders, Victoria streot. 99C5 XJM ANTKD, Draper's Assistant. Good ▼ t address and experienced windowdresser, Henry Best, Accountant, Hereford street. 61 ykt ANTED Known, that E. Buchanan is v * Supplying Ornamental Castings for Verandahs cheaper than ever. Inspection is invited. 8285 ANTED, respectable Gentleman Boarder, in private family. Mrs Risdon, corner Ohapel street, off Madras street south. 64 ANTED, Board and Besidence, by Lady and Gentleman, where no other hoarders are kept; state terms. S.. "Star" office; - — 66 WANTED, a competent Midwife, who can take charge of a lady from the country. Address, stating terms, J. H., "Star" office. 57 .ANTED Known— A Cure for all kiuuo of Skin Disease. W. H. Oooke, Chemist, High street (late of Ohnswnuroh Hospital). 179 WANTBD Known, a Oure for Bhoumatism and Neuralgia, ls. 6d. W. B. Oooke, High street (late of Ohristohuroh Hospital.) 5410 WANTED to Bent, for the Committee of the Benevolent Association, two rooms or offices. Particulars to be forwarded to W. E. Mitchell, Cathedral square. 60 WANTED Known— That in the .tailoring Department, Candy and Dewsbury hays juat reoeived their Winter Steck Tweeds and Coatings. WANTED Known— That T. Bees, Military Hairdresser, has Evacuated Tattersall's Cigar Divan, and taken possession of on* of Green's Bhops, Manchester street. 9747 ANTED Known— Oomfortable Board and Eswidence, separate rooms ; with 47ery oeiofort, liis weekly. Mrs Lloyd, tf hately road, opposite Tank, Biyb WANTED Known—That Oandy ->td Dewsbury have always > 3 hand a large and well-assorted Stuok of Mem's ancl Boys' Koiapoi Tweed Suits. ANTBD Known— That Oandy and Dewsburv have imst opened out their Winter Suok of Men's and Bays' Overcoats in Tweeds «nd Beavers. WANTED Knowa — ». Billens, junr., supplies Grocery, including best brands of Teas, at prices which will defy competition. Goodß delivered daily. Oxford Stores, Victoria street north. 9899 WANTED Known— That Oandy and Dewsbury have in Hosiery, White DreßS, all-wool Tweed and Wincey Shirts, Men's and Boys' Flannelß, Drawers, Socks, Ac. Hats in great variety. ' ANIJBiD Jinown— T. Tankard* Bookbindor, Paper Buler, Ao. Aocount Booka made to order, Law and other books bound, books recased. Durham street, opporte Baxter, Chemist. 1968 Tj' ANTED Known— J. Parry, Plumber, H Gasfitter, Ac., Armagh street, has " ' -:a' y imported a splendid stook of ' r rusher* and fittingi. Houses decorated, <~-,y_ laid on, Torms modorate. 5871 WANTED, parties furnishing to call at G. Riohordson's Furniture, Bedding, and Upholstery Warehouses, oorner of laohfield and Madras stroets, and at Oolombo road, Sydenham. 4408 WANTED Known.— F. Thrower, Practical Watchmaker and Jeweller (late with H. Boberts), exeoutes repairs at lower rates than any houee in town. Opposite Oity Hotel, Colombo street. 10 WANTED to Sell, a Singer's Medium Sewing Machine, in thorough working erder ; a great bargain to an immediate purchaser. May be seen at Mrs Howearth'B, Dover Boarding House, St. Asaph street east. 63 ENERAL SEEVANT.— Wanted a respectable young woman ; references required. Between Armagh and Chester streets, Park terrace. Mrs W. Davie. 65 KESSMAKING. — Wanted, Assistant, Improvers, and Apprentices. Mrs Sharland, corner Armagh and Madraß streets. 58 NEW ZEALAND AMALGAMATED SOOIETY OP JOURNEYMEN TAILOBS. WILL hold their Meeting on Tuesday, tke 30th inst. (instead of To-night), in the Foresters' Hall, at 8 p.m. Business of importance. 61 TO TAILOBS.— Wanted a good Ceat Hand, for Lyttelton. Apply to J. Johnston, Jersey House, Ohristchurch. 9974 ICE Wool, black and coloured, Berlin Wool, Briggs' Patterns for crewel work, wool work, books, stationery, Ac. J. Lindesay, Colombo atreet. n»ar Cookham House (late of Henry J. Wood and Co.) 8589 OITY COUNCIL ELEOTION. TO THE RATEPAYEBS OF THE NORTH-EAST WABD. GENTLEMEN— Having allowed myself to be nominated as a candidate for t':,c North-East Ward, I beg to inform you, should you do me the honour to elect me, I will endeavour to study your interests to tho best of my ability. Being a resident in tho city of over nineteen years, and one of tho largest ratepayers, I will try to keep down the rates as much as possible as the requirements of the ward and general interests of the oity will allow. I remain, your obedient servant, E. HIORNS, 49 Colombo street, Ohristchurch. PUBLIO NOTIOE. WE havo disposed of our interest in the whole Stock-in-Trade, Business, and Book Debts of the late Mr William S. Young, of Lyttelton, Bootmaker, as from the thirtieth day of April, 1881, to his widow, Mrs Mary Young, who will carry on tho Business as heretofore, and for whom we respectfully bespeak the support of her lato husband's customers and the publio. ADAM CHALMERS JAMES YULE, Executors of William 8. Young. 29th August, 1881. IN reference to the above, I beg to intimate that having arrivals of the NEWEST GOODS daily expected, I hope, by attention to business, with moderate charges, to obtain a continuance of the patronage so long bestowed on my late husband. MARY YOUNG. N.B. — Special attention and advantages as usual to SHIPPING ORDERS. 60
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