Late Advertisements. Cash advertisements under this head, notexceediA fo'irteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, 40 loads garden soil, at once, 112. Salisbury street. 6872 WANTED, Sitting Hen, price no object. LeSueur, Triangle. 6877 WANTED to Sell, a Nanny-goat. Apply, C.H., Corlett's road, Upper Riccarton. 6856 WANTED, an Upper Housemaid ; references required. Apply to Mrs Gould, North Town belt. 6860 ( W "ANTED, purchase, immediately, Good 'Bus, carry 24 passengers. Write particulars, 'Bus, "Star." 6827 ANTED, some hind person to Adopt a Male Child, aged 16 months. Apply, Widower, "Star" office. 6838 "T/f TANTED, by an elderly man, situation as W Hotel Servant, at small wages. Apply. J. J. Parker. 6866 "ANTED, parties furnishing to call at Hyde and Co.'s Cheap Furnishing Warehouse, Market place . WANTED, a Little Plain Sewing, children's pinafores, ladies' underclothing, etc. Address, 50, "Star" office. 6836 WANTE t) Known.— Fresh Pork Cuttings for sale. Bacon Factory, Byron street, Sydenham. James Eagle. 6862 W "ANTED, a boy for up-country. Apply from 12 to 2 on Saturday, 43, Chester street east. B. J. Pearce, Fainter. 6876 W" ANTED, experienced Waiter, also two Station Ploughmen. J. J. Parker's Labour Exchange, Market place. 6867 W "ANTED, wheelmen to know that A. E. Preece lias for hire. Bicycles, Tricycles, | and Sociables. Cyclists' Exchange, 162, Colombo street. s 6875 W" ANTED, immediately, a good Nurse and j Needlewoman for two very young children ; references required. Apply, 81 Cashel street. 6878 W "ANTED, thorough good cook and laundress ; also, house and parlour-maid. References required. Apply, between 7 and 8 p.m. Collins Hotel. 6879 "ANTED Known. -Excellent fresh butter, Is per lb ; best, Is 2d; fresh eggs, Is per dozen ; new honey, lOd por bottle ; mired biscuits, 6(J per lb ; Scotch mixtures, 8d per lb ;at Taylor's. "ANTED, Board and Residence in Private Family, by young man of quiet, moderate habits; must be within belt; east preferred. Eeply, stating terms, &c, to Board, Box 108, Christchurch. 6370 BOOT Trade.— Wanted, Yonng Men for Bench Work ; als^, good hands for finishing. Eoughton's Boot Factory, South Dnnedin. 6554 j CHEAP Bedsteads, Mattresses, Palliasee, Chairs, and Tables. Hyde and Co., Furnish* ing Warehouse, Market place. i LOST, on Wednesday evening, between Armagh street east and iJatimer square, one lady's plflin black shoe. Finder rewarded, 173, Hereford street. 6880 MRS IZETT wants General and Housemaid j for same family (Ashbnrton), General, Nurse (Akaroa), Boy useful, Woman, three weeks, 20s weekly j Cooks, £50 ; Generals, town and country. Tri'ngle. < 6869 OEOONDHAND Furniture, Garden and other O Tools bought for cash. Hyde and Co., Colomo street, 6865 be in every bouse. Stops cold in the j^ head like magic. Eubini's Special Tincture of Camphor, or Camphor Pills (Marshall's;, Is. At all Chemists. C« YDENHAM Pork Butchery.— Pork and Small JO Goods, best quality, always on hand— lowest rates. Hams and bacon cured to order. Colombo road, opposite Oddfellows' Hall. Henry and Glen, proprietors. r fl \O LET, furnished, for a few months, a comA fortable Kight-roomed House, with stable, coach-house, and other outbuildings, in a very drj and healthy neighborhood, near Christchurch, and close to tram : immediate possession. Apply to Mr G. Plummer, Montreal street north, Christchurch, 6571 TrtEMOVAL OP STOCK. -E. J. Walsh has I t\) shifted the Manchester s-reet Stock to Colombo street, opposite Cook and Eoeb'. Great Bargains in Drapery. (>OME and Inspect Prices. 35 per cent Reduction j for a short time only, to make room for new arrivals of Spring Goods. E. J. Walsh, Colombo street. DBESSMAKLN G as usual cone on the premises at the lowest charges. The latest Fashions, tstyle guaranteed. Experienced artistes only employed. E. J. Walsh, Colombo street. THE l-reniises in Manchester street are coming down. I have removed the whole of the Stook to Colombo street, opposite Cook and Boss", being pressed for room ; and as Spring Goods will shortly arrive, the Stock must be cleared. This is abonajideSoleof Surplus Stock. E. J. Walsh, Draper, Colombo street. • 2372 ANTED, first-class Dressmaker. E. J. Walsh, Colombo street, opposite Cook and Boss. -f t~g~\ DOZEN rowels lid each, worth 4d ; XOU white calico 2*d, worth 4£d. E. J. Walsh. QAA DOZEN Hosiery B*d, Mi, and 6d, OvlvF really worth double the money. E. J. Walsh. £~fi£if\ DoZKN Corsets from Is 6d to 5s 3d ; Md\J\J all reduced prices, is. J. Walsh, Colombo street. LEaBInG out Manchester street stock ; premises coming down. Stock removed to Colombo street Walsh. Q K PER OENT Seduction in price of all goods. OO Clearing to make room for spring goods. E. J. Walsh. 6864 Funerals. FUNEEAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr J. S. Cooke's daughter, Louise, will leave their residence, East belt, on Friday, the 21st inst., at 2.30 p.m., for the Public Cemetery. J. LAMB, Undertaker, i 6873 Lichfield street east. CRITERION HOUSE. SPEING SEASON. Jljlack, Xjeattie & \jo. • We beg to intimate the arrival, per s.s. Kaikoura, of our FIRST SHIPMENT Spring - ana Summer Drapery, consisting of 107 cases and bales. These goods we expect to be landed next week, and we are confident will contain the Latest and most Stylish Novelties of the Season. Our usual LOW CABH PEICES will be adhered to, and in every instance we challenge comparison with the value offered under any other circumstances whatever. — — ' BLACK, BEATTIE & CO., 201, 203, 205, HIGH STEEET. 436 ! I i i D. I. C. SPECIAL SHOW DAYS WILL BE HELD ON FEIDAY, 21st, SATUEDAY, 22hd, and MONDAY, 24th AUGUST, AT THE DRAPERY IMPOETING COMPANY'S WAEEHOUSE, During which the Public are Cordially Invited to Inspect the ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF SPEING NOVELTIES Without being Pressed to Purchase. THE WAEEHOUSE WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAY EVENING. from 7 to 9 o'clock, On this Special Occasion only. ALL GOODS AT WHOLESALE WAEEHOUSE PEICES. 362 6857 E, C. BROWN, Manager.
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