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WELLINGTON HARBOUR lOARD. A PPLICATTONS are invited for the comxjL bined office of Engineer and Archit^ot to the Board. Applications in writing, with copies of testimonials, and marked outside " Application for Engineer and Architect," to be sent in addressed to 4he Secretary, on or before noon on Wednesday, the 25th inst. All othpr information may be had on appli* cation to the undersigned. H. M. LYON, . Secretary. Harbor Board Offioe, 12th May, 1881. TO DRAPERS. . „» WANTED, experienced Salesman. Ap. plyJ.T.sWe. WANTED.— Ladies and Sick Nutbo open for Engagement; highest tostw monials. Address at Evening Post offioe. WANTED, a thorough good General Servant, for the country ; references required. Apply Mrs. Rowley, Registry Office, Willis-Btreet, opposite Evening Post. WANTED, a General Sorvant, in a family of throe; must be a good cook and laundress $ references reqmrod. For address apply at Woodger's, Green* grocer, Mole3worth-Btreet. WANTED to Rent, for a term, a comfortable 4 or 5-roomed Cottage, cloße to town. State rent and particulars by letter, to W. J., Evening Post office. ANTED, a Teacher for Arithmetic, from 2 till 3, twice a week. Apply by letter, stating terms, D.P., Evening Post oifioe^ WANTED, a General Servant. Apply Evening Post office. ANTED, a good General Sorvant. Mrs, ladd, Taranaki P'aco. WAITED, a situation as Assistant Dressmaker or Machinist ; 7 years' experience. Addresa " Martha," Evening Post office. WANTED to Buy, 1 ton of prime Salt Butter. Apply at once to William M'Lean & C"., Auctioneers. WANTED, six Coatmakcrs, one Youth assistant in shop, one respootable Yoftth oashier, one Boy messenger. Huxley, tho Tailor. T¥7"ANTED, a Married Couple, the woman m to act as housekeeper, the man as general servant. Apply to Dr. Collins, Upper WillJß-Btreet. WANTED, by a middle-Rged person, a Situation as Housekeeper. For address apply Evening Post offioe. WANTED, a respectable young Girl Apply Mra. Paineau, Nowtown (Thrush's housoO WANTED, a General Sorvant. Apply Mrs. Freeman, Confeotionor, Lambton Quay. WANTFD, a General Servant. Apply before 12 noon to Mrs. Cowio, Tinakori Road. WANTED, a first-class Coaohwheeler. Apply to Rouse and Hurrell, Empire Coach Factory, Courtonay Place. WANTED, an experienced Hand for a general storo in the country, to live in the houso, of good address, not afraid of work, knowledge of book-keeping and driving, Reply, stating exponence and salary required (enclose photo if possible) to E. B. 8011, Storekeeper, Groytown. WANTED, for Thorndon. a Nurßegirl and assist in houso work ; for Te Aro a Girl about 16. Apply to Mrs. Hill, Regis try Office, Lambton Quay. WANTED, by a young Man, a Situation in a wholesale or general store, town or country. Apply to Mrs. Hill, Registry Offico, Lambton Quay. WANTED, Situations by good General Servants. Apply to Mrs. Hill, Registry Offioe, Lambton Qnay. WANTED to Let, in tho best part of Thorndon, a 10-roomod Boardinghouse, with nice garden, Ac. Tho furniture will be sold exceedingly cheap, as tho present proprietor is leaving tho business; there aTO boarders in the houso. Apply to Mrs. Hill, Registry Offico, Lambton Qnay. ANTED Known. — A Young Lady seeks an engagement as Governess ; English, French, Music, and Drawing. Address B 8. , oare of Mrs. Hill, Registry Office Lambton Quay. WANTED, a Housemaid ; one who dan wait at table; references required. Apply at the Princess Hotel, Molesworthstreet. ANTED Known. — That MessrsT Wooda, Crosbio, & Co. have jnst completed arrangements with some of tho principal stockowners for supplying thorn with fine Merino Mutton. Quality guaranteed. For delicacy of flavor it is unequalled, one trial will prove it. Woods, Crosbie, & Co., Lambton Quay. WANTED Known.— Pure Merino Mutton can be got at Woods, Crosbio, & Co.'s, Lambton Quay. WANTED, a General Servant. Apply to Mrs. Devino, Webb-street. WANTED, General Servants and young Girls. Please call between 9 and 11 morning, or 6 and 8 evening ; only those with satisfactory references need apply. Mra. Birrel'B. Registry, Cuba-street. WANTED Known, that Wngglesworth and Binns, Photographers by ay pointmont to His Exoellenoy the Governor, navo obtainod the First Prizo for Portraits at the Sydney Exhibition. Address, Williestreet. ANTED, three first-class Machinists • highest wages. Apply R. Hannah and Co., Lambton Quay. WAN FED, at once, a second-hand Piano, for ready cash ; must be cheap and in good condition. Apply Music, office Evening Post. WANTED, an energetic Canvasser and Agent in tho City of Wellington to conduct the business of the Wairarapa Star. Applications, stating rate of commission, to bo addressed to Joseph Ivess, proprietor, up to Monday next. ANTED, a supply of 50 Saoks good Charcoal per month. Apply Austen's Coal and Wood Yard, Ingestre-street;. ANTED Known— Mrs. Quaintancehas recommenced business, in Dress and Mantle Making, in Cuba-street, next door to Anderson and Jansen's. Will be glad to receive orders from old customers, , Every satisfaction givon. WANTED, a few Carpenters and Handy Men, not frightened to work. Apply O. W. Clayton, Sussex Square. W~ ANTED, for tho hard times, a Lad of poor but honest parents, to turn the handle of a gold-saving machine. Apply Cato's Produce Market, Willis>street. WANTED, a good General Servant. Apply to Mrs. N. Bold, Upper Willis-street. WANTED, Boarders, at 21s pert week. Mrs. JohnDixon, Plimmer's Terrace, next Roman Catholic School. WANTED, a Woman Servant. Apply early, |R. Walker, Prince of Wales Hotel. WANTED Known.— J. Monteitb.,l has just received 'direct from America; a la r go consignment or all Burnett's preparations, which are 15 per cent, cheaper than any other house in town. Seltzogenes very cheap. i , WANTED, for a small family, • good General Servant, who can cook well. For particulars apply to Mrs. Borlasd, Tina* kori Road, before 2or After 6. References required. ___ W "ANTED to Borrow, for three years, ,£100; interest, 10 per cent.; interest and principle repayable monthly payments. Address, Borrower, Box 116, P.O. \\T ANTED Known, C. A. Collings wishes H to inform his customers and the public generally that he has Removed from Manners-street to Tory-street, where ho will keep a constant supply of New Milk (from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m ), Fresh Butter, Eggs, Ac. Hutt Dairy, next to Mr. A. Brown's, Toryatreet^ - - ANTED to Pnrchase, for cash, from persons leaving Wellington, Furniniture in any quantity. Apply personally or by letter to G. Wilson, W«bb-street, first brick house, opposite Star and Garter Hotel ' WANTED, in % private family, one Gentleman Boarder, Upper Willisstreet. Apply Evening Poat. WANTED, a medium-sized Trap Horse ; must be qoiet, sound, and fctatttich. Address, stating age aad price, to A.8., Post Office, Upper Hntt. WANTED to Sell, a good second-hand Double Buggy, built by Black ; flet of first-class carriage or buggy Harness. William J. Salmon, The Terrace. -__ ANTED Known— That now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer to ladies and gentlemen by wearing Huxley's 50s Overcoats. ANTED Known, that J. Wfielan is now sole proprietor of that wellknown hostelry, Te Aro Hotel, corner of Willis and Dixon streets. The house offers tho best of accommodation at reasonable charges, and in soliciting the support of the travelling public and Wellington residents, the proprietor would respectfully intimate that no effort on his part wfl bewftating to ensure their special comforß The Billiard Saloon is in charge of an experieioed marker.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XXI, Issue 117, 20 May 1881

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