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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Star, Issue 5105, 12 September 1884
Business Announcements. Cash advertisements under this hoad, not exceeding fourteon words, will bo charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, good General Servant ; references required. 81, Chester street. 5883 WANTED to Buy, n good Second-haud 'Bus. State .all particulars, Box 317 5705 WANTED, a General Servant. Apply, Mrs E. Alexander, High street, Kaiapoi. 5859 WANTED, good smart Boy for parcels delivery. H. E. May aud Co., The Ha 11.5883 WANTED, strong Girl to assist in housework. Apply 178, Kilmoro street east. 5884 WANTED, small Grindstone ; with roliers aud stand preferred, Stato prico. G. H., "Star" ofiico. 5807 WANTED, Needlework by the day, or at homo. Apply, No. 30, Antigua st. SSOI WANTED, by young girl, Situation in shop as.-ist in housework. A. H., " Star" ofiice, WANTED, Now in "Young Ladies' Jour mil " for September. Mrs Izett, 172, Triangle. 5887 WANTED, good General Servant; two in family ; reference required. Apply, 93, Cashel street east. 5840 WANTED, a good General Scrvaut; referenc 8 required. Apply to Mrs WUfred Ward Lyttelton. 5555 WANTED, twelve good loads of frosh stable manure. W. Verrall, opposite Rhodes', Papanui road. 5872 WANTED Engagement by an experienced Dress and Mantle Maker. Apply, K.F.A., " Star " ofiice. 5b7U WANTED, those desirous «f obtaining employment to meet at Cathedral square Saturday evening, 7 p.m. 5St6 WANTED immediately, Cook and Laundress, Cook, General Servants. Mrs Izett's Ladies' Office, 172, Triangle. 5876 WANTED, East belt, Unfurnished Front room; fireplace; moderate rent. A. 8., Drew's Store, Forry road. 5832 WANTED, Thomas Sewing Machine. State condition and prico. Address Mr Cutler, Montreal street, Sydeuham. 5791 WANTED, Back Volumes of " Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit." State number aud price to Town, "Times" ofiice. 5805 WANTED, Furnished Bed arid Sitting-room, combined with fireplnce, for single gentleman ; terms moderate. T. ii., "Star" ofiice. 5888 WANTED to Let— 4-roomed Cottage, with garden and wash-house in Gordon street, East Belt. Apply, Royal George Hotel, East bel^ 5874 WANTED Known— Compositors, Journalists or others similarly engaged at night work, wiU find a comfortable home (aocommodation for two) whore no other boarders aro kept. Apply, M., "Star "office. 5866 ANTED, the Publio to know that J. Ogilvie Bowman tunes, tones, regulates, and repairs pianos at moderate charges. Address, Victoria street north. Pianos selected, and satisfaction guaranteed. 5210 WANTED, Two serious Young Men, engaged in business during tho day, to Hoard in a quiet house at tho West end of Christchurch ; could havo a privato sitting-room if preferred. Address, Z. V., " Star " ofiice. 5833 WANTED. — "Canterbury Times," "New Zealand Illustrated," Summaries, latest date, securely wrapped for Homo mail. " Australasian," "Federal Australian," 7s quarter, in advance. " Once v. Week." Mrs Izett, Triangle. 5877 WANTED, Lawn Mowers, Bicycles, Tricycles, Sewing Machines, Ac., to repair. Satisfaction or no charge. New and second-hand Bicycles and Tricycles for sale. Kent nnd Dates, Colombo street, four doors from Tuam street. 5470 WANTED to Sell, a Horse, Dog Cart, and Harness complete. Tho horse is guaranteed quiet to ride or drive, and is perfectly sound ; th* dog cart is by W. Brabner, aud is nearly new, and on view any day till noon. For further particulars apply No. 56, Kilmore street, near Barbadoes street. 6562 WANTED, my very numerous friends and the public generally to know that Joseph Gray has started in the Boot and Shoo Trade, in Lower High street, nearly opposite Jenkins* Sawmills. Every description of Boots and Shoes mode on the premises. Repairs promptly attended to. 5714 WANTED Known— Furnished Houses to Let at New Brighton, with boats. Bligh's Temperance Hotel. 5881 WANTED Known— Colonial tweed trousers, to measure, Beath's speciality, 21s, or two pairs for 39s 6d ; lower qualify at 16s fid the pair. New patterns just received. Beath and Co. TaUors, Argyle House. 5793 WANTED Known— That I have opened a very extensive and superior shipment of fishing tackle. American waterproof hues, steel collapsing rings with patent screw, fishing stockings and every item required by anglers. W. M'William, Fishing Tackle Depot, Colombo street. 5863 WANTED Known— That E. Higinan and Co., of Gas Works road, Sydenham, havo just received a large stock of Newcastle, Westport, and other Colonial Coals. They also have good Firewood for solo. Immediate delivery in all parts of town and suburbs. 5238 WANTED Known— l have in stock, Mouldings and Pictures of every description, English and Continental Picture and Room Mouldings, Wholesale and Retail Picture Dealer and Frame Maker, at suitable prices. Beardsley, 89, Manchester street. 2620 A SMART Boy wanted at once. Georgo aud Walton, American Photographers, 214, Colombo street. SS;-B BOYS' Jersey Snits, from 5s 9d ; newest styles just opened, Beath and Co., Argyle House. 04 BOYS' Tweed Suits, braided and lined throughout, at 4s lid each. Beath's Juvenile Clothing Depot. 5795 FOR SALE, cheap, 3ft Range, Oven, Boiler. Toy street, Richmond, next to Vinery. 5865 FOR SATiE, cheap, 4-roomed Cottage, at your own terms. Apply to J. Yates, Harper street, Sydenham. f-835 HOUSE for Salo ; weekly payments. Apply Rose Cottage, King street, Colombo r0ad.5315 AMES KAY, Fish and Oyster Dealer, 112, Colombo street, opposite Pratt's Buildings. Fresh and Smoked Fish always on hand. Country orders punctually attended to. Orders executed for any part of the Colony. 5820 T AWN MOWERS and Machines of Every I 1 Description repaired at F. W. Gough's, 90, Colombo streot, near Montgomery's. Good workmanship and low charges guaranteed. Bicycle 3 and Tricycles repaired, best and cheapest, at F. W. Gough's, 90, Colombo street, near Montgomery and Co. 58^2 MR H. W. CAMBRIDGE, Professor of Music. 14, Cranuier square. Term begins on 22nd.68 OFFICE FITTINGS.— We are Purchasers of Office Fittings. Must be good, and in good ordor. Brown and Baird, Auctioneers, Lichfield street. 5814 PRIVATE Board and Residence for Two Gentlemen, Manor House, Windmill road. 30 PIANO for Sale ; maker, Bord ; prico. £20. Apply, 130, Salisbury street. Owner leaving Colony. 58C0 THE Boycotted Butcher continues to Sell Cheap Meat, Corned Legs Mutton, Is each, 75 TO LET, a large unfurnished room, with fireplace, rent low. Apply 0, George streot. 5343 TO LET,— Three-roomed Cottage, every convenience, 31, Stewart street, off St Asaph street west. 5347 TO LET, Six-roomed Cottage, Tuam street west. Apply Twentyman and Cousin, Cashel street. 5820 TO LET, a 'three-roomed Cottage, No 54, Stewart street. Apply to Mrs Kemp, 335, St Asaph street west, Christchurch, 5378 H ~\RT 'LANGFORD, Furnishing Un- | P VV « dertaker, established in N.Zealand I ? 1810. Funeral Reform. Furnishes funerals | S throughout: — Children, from JC2 10s; •; $ adults, from ,C 4. Please note the addrons — | J; Corner North nnd East Belts jor ofiico, No. t I 133, Colombo street, next J. Goodman's. » B Country orders receive prompt atteuliov.7o |J Ma f -*aH*e^*^ OAN Jj RANCISCO JH.AIL NUMMARY. TWELVE PAGES. THE MOST COMPLETE AND POPULAR SUMMARY FOR HOME READERS is GIVEN FREE WITH THE "LYTTELTON TIMES" AKD IS NOW PUBLISHED. The extent of space (12 pages) at disposal permits of fuU reports being given of all the interesting events of the month. Agents aro requested to send in their orders ns early as possiblo, iv order to prevent disappointment. j TO HORSEMEN. THE PATENT KNEE AND SADDLE PROTEJTOE. jpi ENTLEMEN who have to be in tho saddlo VJT during all weathers are requested to come and view our PATENT KNEE AND SADDLE PROTECTOR, Which renders it impossible to get wot about tho legs and feet. AVholcsale only at JOL» C^O-P-RICK k CJO.'S, 14, Victoria Street. Retail at any Saddler's or Outfitter's throughout New Zealand. '
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Star, Issue 5105, 12 September 1884
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