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LABOR MARKET. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR MASTERS AND SERVANTS, AT THE “EVENING HERALD” OFFICE. Farmers requiring hands can engage men through the “Evening Herald ” Registry for 1/- each, prepaid. LABORERS REQUIRING SITUA TIONS can engage through the “ Herald ” Registry Office by paying 1/-. SERVANTS REQUIRING SITUATIONS can get them by applying at the “Herald” Registry Office, and paying !/-• ENGAGEMENTS will be POSTED UP every day at 12 noon and 4 p. m., by numbers given to the applicants, who will learn the address on enquiring. SPECIAL or URGENT WANTS will be inserted in the “ Evening Herald ” in the registry column on payment of Sixpence additional in advance, for each issue. Further Particulars on application at the “ EVENING HERALD ” REGISTRY OFFICE. SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS, EAST ST., ASHBURTON. WANTED, those in search of employment, to call and either enter their names at Herald Registry Office, on payment of Is. , LABOURERS requiring work can secure first opening by applying early at Herald Registry Office, on payment of Is. SERVANTS requiring situations, call and get your names entered in the Herald Registry, Is. EMPLOYERS requiring any kind of laborers can engage through Herald Registry Office, on payment of Is. in advance. V. R. NEW ZEALAND TELEGRAPHS. Head Office, Wellington, Jan. 2, 1880. THE Telegraph Commissioner is prepared to receive applications for Cadetships in the New Zealand Telegraph Department. Applications must be made in applicant’s own handwriting, stating age, and accompained by references as to character, &c. , addressed to the General Manager, New Zealand Telegraphs, Wellington. By order of the Telegraph Commissioner C. LEMON, *37Ba Superintendent of Telegraphs. REAPERS AND BINDERS. rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FOR X SALE A SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF IMPROVED REAPERS AND BINDERS, With All the Latest Improvements, including a new IRON DRIVING WHEEL. One of these Improved Machines has been used this season in a paddock of early barley, with the best results. The farmer who worked it states it is the Best Machine he has ever seen used. We particularly invite inspection of the Sample Machine now on view at Messrs. P. and D. Duncan’s Yard, Christchurch. PRICE £SO EACH. ROYSE, STEAD, & CO., *3B6g Christchurch. Advertisements received for tim GUARDIAN up to 9 p.m. at the scale charges, afterwards at double rates for insertion over the leader

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 49, 17 January 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 49, 17 January 1880

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