Business Announcements. Cash advertisements under this head, not exceeding fourteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE, WANTED, a useful Girl, 15 or 16 years of age. Apply, 34, Antigua street. 4038 WANTED, Family Washing and work by the day. Apply, 173, Salisbury street west. 4025 WANTED, active Lad for retail department. Apply, Whitcombe and Tomb?, Limited. 34 WANTED, Apprentices to the Drossmaking. Miss Allison, Mrs W. H. Cooper, Victoria street. 4008 WANTED, smart Girl at once, about 17, used to children ; references required. " Star " office. 399S WANTED, two or three respectable Boarders. No. 131 East belt. Terms very moderate. 4042 WANTED, au Apprentice to the Dressmaking, Apply, Miss Kelly, 19, Walker street. 4062 WANTED, immediately, an Improver for Blacksmith, must be a good nailer on. ApplyJohnAnderson. 4065 WANTED immediately, Servants, £35, £30, £26, £20, also six-roomed House. Mrs Izett's, Triangle. 4057 WANTED, a five or six-roomed House, within ten minutes' walk of Post-office, must be in a good locality. Apply, stating rent, to A.8., " Star " office. 4064 WANTED, immediately. Female Cook for country hotel, and Kitchenmaid. Mrs Macdonald's Registry, 169, Armagh street.; 4041 WANTED, Second Waiter, Second Cook, and Carpenter. Apply, James M'Donald, 103, Manchester street. 4039 WANTED immediately, two furnished rooms, north or west of town preferred. Apply G., " Times " office. 4051 WANTED, by Respectable Young Person, Needlework, Washing and Cleaning. Address, A.P. 75, Hereford street. 4048 WANTED, to Sell cheap, Lady's Saddle and Singer's Hand Sowing Machine. G. A. F., "Star" office. 3993 WANTED— For Sale, new, handsome set Diamond Studs, 18-carat gold. Bargain. Diamond, " Star " office. 3995 WANTED, an Unfurnished Room, with fire, place, in Sydenham. Address, C. West, Hazeldean road, Sydenham. 3997 WANTED, a situation, as Lady's Maid and Needlewoman, or Housemaid. Good reference. M.F., "Star" office. 3998 WANTED, by a single man, situation as Gardener and Coachman ; thoroughly understands the management of horses and garden ; highest reference. Apply D.P., " Times" office. 61 ANTED to Sell, cheap, a Good Express Waggon. Glanville, coachbuilder. HI, Victoria street. 4007 WANTED Known— Mistletoe Minstrels To night, Concert and Dance, Druids' Hall, for Benevolent Fund. 4052 WANTED Known— Dancing, Mistletoe Minstrels, To-night. Admission by ticket only, obtainable at doors. 4053 WANTED, Head Nurse, good at plain needle work ; Young Girl to train as House and Parlourmaid • good General Servants, good references required. Mrs Morrison, Registry Office, Victoria street. 4040 ANTED Ladies to note all Winter Goods must be Cleared during July, to make room for fourteen cases of elegant goods to oi)en in August. Cale. Paris House. 4036 WANTED, to Buy, Pair of French Burr Mill Stones, 24in to 3Cin diameter ; new, or second hand in good order. Price and particuHrs to W. Lucas, Engineer, Christchurch. 4020 WANTED, Subscribers for the Melbourne " Australasian," 30s per annum, including postage ; 28d cash, in advance. Henry Lake, 207, High street, Christchurch. 3117 ANTED Known— The Lease of 2\ acres and 4-roomed cottage for sale, cheap, situated at Richmond. Apply to John Goodman. 3854 WANTED, in Lyttelton or Christchurch, Paddocking for Two or Three Horses, for a few weeks, with yard preferred. Apply, stating terms and locality, at once, 8.C., Post-office, Lyttelton. - 4012 WANTED, to Purchase, a House (not less than seven rooms), in the neighbourhood of South belt, with about half-acre of land. Address, stating all particulars, N. Z., care Mr Littolf, Furniture Warehouse, Lincoln road, Addington. 4014 WANTED Known, that Waßter, Smith and Co. invite inspection and comparison with any draper's published list of prices. 1009 WANTED, a Nursegirl, for a situation in Lyttelton. Apply on Tuesday, between the hours of 9 and 11 a.m., to Messrs Guthrie, 66, Cashel street east. 3966 WANTED my customers o know that I have removed to 139, High street, opposite Kempthorne, Prosser and Co. J. D. Teague, Painter and House Decorator. 7706 WANTED, Friends and the Public generaJly to know that J. Prendergast has started in the Boot and Shoe trade in Lower High street, nearly opposite Jenkins' Saw Mills. Boots pegged, sewn, and rivetted. Special attention paid to repairs. Work done for the Trade. 14 years' Colonial experience. 1720 WANTED, at Parker's old-established Labour Exchange for male and female servants,. 201, Armagh street west, two teamsters, boots for hotel, kitchenmaid, housemaids and nurse girls, general pervant (Amberley), general servant (Ashburton), general (for Addington), barman, several bojs to mind cattle and sheep; -waiting engagements, ploughmen, married couples, housekeepers, pick and shovel men. Apply, or address orders, to J. J. Parker, Labour Agent. 4030 A Half-yearly Meeting of the Irish National League wiU be held at their Rooms in Lichfield street, on Thursday, the 10th instant, at 8 p.m. Every member particularly requested to attend. 037 AKERS AND CONFECTIONER.'.— To Let, Shop, Bakehouse, and Stables, late Bashford's, Triangle. Enquire on premises. 3916 DON'T Forget Concert in aid of the Building Fund of the Church of the Good Shepherd, Phillipstown, Oddfellows' Hall, East belt, Thursday, 8 p.m. 4016 FOUND, a Saddle. Owner can have same by describing it and naming place where lost. George Trask, Wilberforce. 4045 aOOD Machinist wanted for Singer's No. 2 Constancy. J. Perry, Tailor, 200, Colombo street. 4043 LOST, between Madras and Victoria streets, parcel of Lace ; finder rewarded. T. Austin, 25, Victoria street. 4050 TT OST, a Dandie Dinmont Dog ; answers to Jj name of Nellie. Any ODe returning same to 290, Cashel street, will be rewarded. 4066 MRS OSBORN, Draper, 183, Armagh street east, importer of fancy goods, albums, toys, work baskets, photo frames, dolls, children's toys in great variety, ladies' hosiery, woollen shawls, &c. (a nice selection). 3919 SHOULD this meet the eye of Jessie Forbes please communicate with E. 8., Post-office, Sydenham. 3898 STRONG girl wanted for housework daily, Mrs Paul, Gloucester street east, over belt. 4044 STEWART Island Oysters, 6d per dozen, at Crawford's, Canterbury street, Lyttelton.4oss SITUATION wanted, by a Single Man, in Bakehouse. Apply, H. M'Gregor and Co., Colombo street. 40G3 TO LET,— Two Furnished Rooms, with use of kitchen. 83, Hereford street. 3994 THREE or Four-Roomed Cottages to Let. First house, Milton st, Sydenham. D. Lambden.4ol7 TO TAILORESSES.— Wanted, Trousers hands. R. Brander, Star Clothing Factory, Lichfield street. 4058 TENDERS Wanted for keeping Ten Acres Garden in good order for twelve months Apply at the Gardens, Woolston. W. Gmiblett. 0 TO LET,— The Shop in Victoria street, lately occupied by R. Muff, Tailor ; also, if required, the Dwelling-house attached, now in the occupation of the undersigned. H. Corrick, Victoria street. 3830 TO LET, a Commodious 4-roomed T Cottage, with scullery, detached shed, and nice fruit garden, situated second house, Barbour street, off Ferry road. Rent, 12s 6d per week. Apply, W M' William, Colombo street. 3746 "m/TEETING OF THE UNEMPLOYED CHRISTCHUKCH TO BE HELD IN CATHEDRAL SQUARE, At 11 a.m. sharp. Wanted all men out of work to attend. 4059 TO THE ELECTORS OF LYTTELTON. M h 8. K. W * .<■ will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ON THURSDAY NEXT, At 8 p.m. 4056 THE Friends of Mr W. Freeman are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late Wife, Sarah Ann, will leave his Residence, Strickland street, for the New Cemetery, at 2 p.m., Tomorrow, July 10th. W. LANGFORD, Undertaker. 4026 Corner North aud East Belt, Christchurch. NOTICE TO ADVERTISEES. ADVERTISEMENTS for the Ist (Country) Edition of the "STAR" must bo left at this offica not later thau 1 o'clock. Those brought in between that hour and 3 p.m. will be put iv the 2nd (Town ' Edition.
Permanent link to this item
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Star, Issue 5049, 9 July 1884
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Star, Issue 5049, 9 July 1884
Using This Item
See our copyright guide for information on how you may use this title.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Christchurch City Libraries (1910-1920).