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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, D ENIMMACH T N I S T S. NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTOR A". Dowling street. WANTED, A THOROUGHLY - EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY for Millinery Sales: permanent position. ARTHUR BARNETT, LTD. (gMART YOUTH WANTED for our Phonograph Parlors. CHAS. REGG AND CO., LTD., Princes street. rrSUHANCE.— OFFICE JUNIOR required by a leading Fire, Marine, and Accident Company; good opportunity for smart boy. Apply to "ASSURANCE,” ‘Evening Star' Office. VtDiiEN contemplating New Shop Fronts. Air-tight Window Enclosures, or Interior Alterations, consult Haywards, Ltd.. King street. ROSSBOTHAM’S Typewriter Copying Office.—Legal Documents, Testimonials, Circulars, etc., Copied; moderate charges. Dowling street; telephone 756. WANTED, reliable and trust worthy Canvassers for country. Apply 96 King street, 7 p.nn W ""ANTED (St. Clair), Two Room” use of kitchen, etc., fortnight at Christmas. Couple, two children. “Teacher,'’ ‘Star Office. WANTED (CityK 2 or 3 Unfurnished Rooms, with or without board ; state tonus. Ladies, - ’ ‘ Star ’ Office. WANTED, by a very trustworthy middleaged Person, Situation as Housekeeper; very highest references; two years out* from England.. Address "Willing,” ‘Star’ Office. "ANTED, respectable Woman capable undertake all duties small household; £1 weekly. Address “J.U..'' ‘Star’ Office, WANTED, Woman as third cook; wages, 30s and board. Apply Leviathan Hotel. __ WANTED, Tenders for Painting New House in High street, Musselburgh; tenders close on the Hili inst. with K. Mitchell, 54 Eskvalc street, Musselburgh. WANTED, Lessons on Mandolin; state '.eriiis. ‘‘Mandolin,” ‘Star’ Office. DRESSMAKER g7— Wanted, smart Skirl Hand. Apply Miss TTcloar, Princes street. w w ANTED To Sell, Child s Drop-side Cot. 'Cheap,” ‘Star’ Office. ANTED, an Accountant. Apply Boa 15-1. WANTED, Improver for Costumes and Skirts; also Apprentice. Miss Whelan, 40 George street. WANTED, 4 Carpenters at additions to \nnly on job to-morrow morning, M'Kinnon and Hamilton. w ANTED, a young Lad for the biitod - ing trade. Apply J. Wallace, Dundas street. ANTED. —Ladies’ Combings made into Switches, Pin Fringes, Curl Clusters, I etc., from 2s 6d. Eeudy’s Hairdressing Room*.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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