Page 3 Advertisements Column 9
Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7549, 6 October 1902, Page 3
EDEI TEA AND Oream Crackers AT GROVE'S CASH -^TrOIllS ' •■ "' . " 1 W astertcm JLabour Agent Wanted-Womea cooks Fenther.ton 18. Hasvk,s Bay l 7 s6d, Masterton 15a. genera. J. luatua 2os, WelPng^^LoweTdS , Wankd-Twc. women cookVWuntrv v S Ta> 2„ hou^-=«a s stations iS 4 ? VSantfid-Married coup.'o without £' fer am!£Bo y'manßenelal Workoa flheeP Wanted-Emplovers to know I have S sharers, sawmill'bands m nny cspacitv engineers .hepherd., cookP, ploXnen farm and station hands regLerfd fo. Wanted to sell-A splendid sheep and d T y : farm 860 acres, Masterton district Pace-£S P cr a me. Pull particulars Tom " ■P. P, Welch, Labour Agent . Mastertoa, . WHS jraTANDERSON, RELIABLE BkQISTRY OFFIQJ&t - TERRACE END AGEiXT FOJti— au' Canikbbubi Pbesh AND Babold's Haib Bestorss-. ' WANTED cooksThousekeeper., launfor hnJT^' T^ 5868"' houeemaida for hotels, generals, cooks and girls to assist, nu. Ee girls for .oardingn o u*es nurse nnd" cook for gentleman's iZSI cook for-station 20s, -housekeeper for station 15s bachelor), housekeeper for working man (widower), several lady^elps for tow. and^cbuntry (good wages) 'tea • generals 8s to 17a ed/lTaraied coll m.a as gardner wife cook for three men, o tZ or «?'f?°°l Waf? c, 8' eoupll SrtfcS* £«°V»i™. Milker's and Wanted-A fencer. Good wages" f»I"^S m*° »-«-*■. Wanted-Several milker 2 ; good wages. Wantea-A nurse for ah invalid lady? sc^cher aod a good feeder; doI.. a A station hand ' Wanted-Ajnanajfer for ereamerv. Wan';d — Employment by two now chums used to farm work 7 «J w?, g1 required, ' MRS J. H. ANDERS N AGENT FOR MANAWATU DAILY times. :;. LICENSED REGISTBY OFFICE Opposite the Palmerston Railway Station Wanted—A domesticated lady help for town, good wages. ' * be^llt^^V^-I^^ Wauled - Cook-laundress,,. gentleman's house ; goad vage3 - - Wanted A first class lousemaid f. P laranaki, wa^es 17s fid. Wanted—-2 fly bo-s. Wanted-a lady help, country,' good' ' hone j wages 105. B . Wanted—A good general for town. Wanted—First class feeder for flaxmill, wa<res 15s. Wanted—A station cook for shearers : must be able to make bread. 97_^ nted~"Y?unß man *8' wool-pfesser, Us od per week. DON'T READ THIS. THE best shop in Palmerston for pure sweets is Gelhor's, where lollies are made daily We have the largest assortment of confectionery in the town, and we also supply customers at wholesale price as well as retail. Note the -addrees- Oppo3ite L .ilway platform, Main-street. LOST— Russian leather oigar ca*e Finder will be rewarded on returnl ing to Dally. Times office. " VfyANTED-By the Awahurf Dairy V V Factory Co., Ltd., a manager who is a first class butter-maker.1 Applications stating .alary required, and accompanied by testimonials (copies only), close with J.Lopeland, secretary, Palmerston Worth. 13th October, 1902. . • ' TT7"ANTED—By twoTyoung men ujed TT to cattle, dairying od chares Address, —P. Buchanan, Makaratu. Takapau, ' WANTED— A competent general servant, good wages, Apply Daily limes office, or Mrs T. Lowes. Gorge * Terrace, Ashurst. • - - WANTEDTO SELL-Gent'B . second hp.nd Columbia ohainless cycle, new Westwood rims, hew Dunlop tyrea. Everything in thorough good going order, tr- a. bcott, Dayton Cyole Depot. Box 86. WANTED AT ONCiS-BootmachinTsfc. Apply Payne's Boo^Factory, Main T °o Tr^ tween Bou.dary road and J__l f os. office, a key with ch,ain attached. Keward to Daily Times office. W ANP? ~ A girl for housework, Apply to Mrs J. B. Clarkson corner Cuba and Short-streets; V*7 ANTED KNOWN-The best bioyole «* a £ est and is the -.udge-Whitworth." See latest mo dels before buying elsewiere. Prices from £20 cash. J B. Clarkson, next Firebell, Coleman Place, and Manchester street r eliding. '. WANTED J_NoWN-Firewoodr S ound anddrv, in 1 foot stove lengths, for 13s per loai, at R. McMurray's yard. Mam street. Telephone No. 132. 07 ANTED KNOWN-That J. Cmft mnowood, the Cash Butcher. corner of Main and Princess Streets, ha. rece,v e d delivery of an - up-to-date Cash Register, which registers all discounts. Liberal Discount to ail Cash Purchasers.. Best Quality of Meat, at Lowest Possibla Prices. WANTED KNO WN—MAopHEBsoNBaTthe Supreme Pig; Meal • also bran, pollard, barley moal. crushed oats, crushed barley, nd good table Dotaiocs. WANTED KNOWN-That at FORIVS D ,. u 0" can Ret tho Corn Cure and the Fnitt Eeslu Boots that won't grow corns Inspect New Stock. Repairing. Main Street West. . '.. VACANCIES for a tew gentlemen or lady k* /- b°ar£, ers (houseformerly ocbupied by Mr G. F. Hawkins), Ohuroh-street Wesy opposite Radway Station Mrs J. P» ner.ton V¥ ANTED KNO^N That our bus •? tomers save from 3s to 5s pei jeek n the ooat of their Grooeries since we began to issue a egular monthly oash price list Grove's Cash-S ore. the Square. Y%J ANTED KNOWN — Macpheb'so^ V V Sells Groceries of tbe Best Qualities and at Lew Prices Cash. ST7 ANTED KNOWN- It stands in all V V ihe world unequalled. What ' Why a Hudge-Whitworth. If you do not believe it come and inspect them J B Cla/t SOD'u next Firc°ell, Coleman Place." and Manchester street, Feilding, WAI^ TED KNOWN - MAcPHKRsoN'a V V Kan K any Tea s, on-stl* worth 2s TO LET— Three large offices in the buildings of.Abraham and Williams Ltd., Ranutifcei Line. THE New Zealand Express Co., Ltd. Offices : Main-street, opposite Railway Station. CUSTOMS, Shipping and Express Forwarding Agents Branches and Agencies everywhere Foods, Parcels or Furniture packed and forwarded to any part of the world daily. Furniture removing a speciahtv J. AITOHISON, Local Manager, '