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Evening Post, Volume LXXX, Issue 30, 4 August 1910, Page 1
VELOX, rpSHE Gaslight Paper that MUST GIVk X SATISFACTION. Its simplicity and ease of manipulation, ■ ite oxtremo gradation, coupled with the fact that you can print in any light, make it almost impossible to go wrong. There is a grade of Velox for every negative. We unhesitatingly comment! this paper to both professionals and ama- teurs, and always have largo stocka of fresh Velox on hand. Ask for our illus- trated catalogue of protographic requi- sites. IMPERIAL CAMERA COMPANY, WiHis-rtreet, Wellington. CHEAP STORAGE. WANTED you to store your Furni- ture, or any other class of goods in cur New Stores. Lowest rates. Call for estimates for Removing by competent men. MUNT, COTTRELL AND CO.. LTD., Telephone 23. 1 O'BRIEN AND • CO., • GENERAL CARRIERS AND CUSTOMS AGENTS, 8 and 10' BRANDON-STREET. Furnituro packed,- removod, and for- warded to any part of the Dominion at Lowest Prices. Call at the above address, " or ring up Telephone 1920 or 2106 for further par- ticulars. (1) FURNITURE REMOVED" WANTED— Furniture Packed and Re- moved. Only expert packers em- ployed by us. COLONIAL CARRYING CO., Customs and Forwarding Agents, 109, Customhouse-quay. CUSTOMS WORK. GOODS Cleared and Promptly Delivered at Lowest Rates ; 10 years' experi- ence. J., J. Casey, Customs Agent, 148, Featherston-street. Telephone 3156. "1 ttT ANTED KNOWN. D. SANKEY, LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, Morrah's Buildings, WILLIS-ST., Is showing beat English-made Goods ; also New Zealand-made Materials equal in texture and desijzn to anything imported BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, by a gentleman, two large Rooms:, lurnished or partly fur- nished, with board ; separate attendance preferred; locality Wellington-terrace to Kelburne. Address PERMANENT, Box 103, G.P.0., Wellington. TO SHEET METAL WORKERS. WANTED, Shop Foreman, capable taking charge all classes sheet metal work. Apply, with references,, etating ex- perienoe, to P.O. Box 621, Wellington. INTEREST IN BUSINESS. WANTED, by young man, with £100, Intorest in a small Btisiness; would talco active part. Write Eager, Evening Post. TO TAILORS. WANTED, two first-olase Coast Hands; wages £3 per week. Apply Dkker son andi Co., 110 and 112, Victoria-street. MOTOR PREMISES! WANTED, Premises; suitable fo7 motor garage; take about four cars, central. Address , Motor, Evening Post. COMMISSION AGENT. WANTED^ — Young commission agent, bookkeeper, corre?pondent, wants 'Imployinent ; cawual conimiaflionb under- taken, imostors' books kept. Assistance, Evening Post. WANTED. J B tHREE young men want Furnished JL Apartments (two or three bedrooms and sittuigroom), full board or breakfast ; Oriental Bay district preferred. Apply, stating terms. Bachelors, Box 7. WANTED KNOWN. JW. THOMSON AND CO. (late J. • Brown and Wright Bros., Dunedin), Bakers and High-class Pastrycooks, havo taken over the old-established Business of the late Mr. Dickson, 38, Courlenay-placo, and have opened with a large and varied stock of High-class Goods. Specialists in Wedding and Birthday Cakes. Makers of Patent Bermaline Bread. A_ Trial Solicited. T^T ANTED K~N 0 W N. Men's Warm Pyjama Suits, 3s 9d Men's Business Shirts, all soft, 2s 9d Men's Tunic Shirts, stiff cuffs, 2s 9d Engineers' Overall Trousers, 2s 6d pair DUNCAN AND MACINTOSH, Opposite Opera House. WANTED KNOWN. BLAKE AND CARLISLE, 8, Victoria, street, have taken over the extensive Wellington Carrying Business lately car- ried on by M'Ewon, Carter, and Co., and hope to receive a fair share of public support. Telephones — • Victoria-street, 26iV; and Pirie-atreet, 1605. Furniture removals a speciality. PAPERHANGINGS. WANTED, Customers to inspect our New Designs in Art Wall Papers, which are reasonable in puce and good m quality. THOS. A. WELLS, Decorator, Hankey-street (Telephone 2043, Hankey- street), and Mam-road, Karori (Tel. 2316). . I 7$J" A N X E D X N O W JS SCHOOL KNICKERS. When getting the Boy a pair of School Knickers, plan to get stout serviceable clothing, it will pay you to see cur FOX'S' SERGE KNICKbRS. Plain, with strong lining, sizes 5 to 16, at 3s 6d pair. DUNCAN AND MACINTOSH, Manners-street. WANTED to Sell, first-class ~SIIT- ROOMED RESIDENCE, all mod- ern conveniences, newly painted and papered inside and out; large section, 49ft 6in, depth 165 ft; quite level and close tramline ; cart entrance ; Island I Bay ; £25 deposit, balance of purchase money, 18s week. Apply R. KEENE, 105, Customhouse-quay, Wellington. WANTED — We will not be responsible for other people's bad work, but wo guarantee our own work to be perfection. Without doubt wo make tho best hand- uiado Suit in town, as hundreds of satisfied people will testify. "No fit, no pay."' Our Unlaundned White Shirts, pare linen, 2s 6d each, are equal to any shirt already laundried at 6s 6d. You cannot buy equal value in any wholesale warehouse under 453 dozen, even by buying large quantities. Meston, Tailor and Mercer, 143. Ingestre- btreet. ANTED Known— Boots Repaired while you wait. Gents' Boofs Soled and Heeled 2s 9d, Ladies' ditto Is 9d, Bluchers (nailed) 4s 6d, Boys' and Girls' strong School Boots 2s 9d. American Boot Repairing Co., corner Buckle and Tory streets. ANTED to" Sell, ~com7o^tajle"T sub" stuntially-built 5-roomed House, all, conveniences, Rilbirnie ; £600 ; deposit £35 ; 17s 6d weekly. S. Salek (owner), Morrah's Buildings. WANTED to Purchase, in any quan- tity, for cash, Ladies,' Gentlemen's, and Children's Left-ofY Clothing, Boots, Bod and Table Linen, Portmanteaux. Letters promptly attended to. Mrs. Jones, 76. 'Vivian-street.