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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOB YOUNG LADIES, AUCKLAND. NEW ZEALAND. LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary to commence, £350 per annum, witb Board and Residence. Applications arc invited for the abovenamed Position from Graduates in Arts oi Science of a British or Colonial University. Candidates must have had not less than 5 years' experience in teaching and not less than 3 years' teaching l in a secondary school for young ladies, must not exceed 40 years of age, and must bo members in full communion with the Presbyterian Church. lire successful applicant will be required to produce a medical certificate of health, and will be expected to begin duty on FEBRUARY Ist, 1915, or as soon thereafter as possible. Applications, with accompanying testimenials, will be received up to DECEMBER 31si 1914 by JAiIES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, Customs street, Auckland. N.Z. BOROUGH OF 3IORNINGTON. A PPLICATIONS will bo received up till WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of December, 1914, for the POSITION of TOWN CLERK, at a salary of £250 per annum. Schedule of duties may bo obtained at the Office or will bo forwarded on _ application. Personal canvass wil disqualify. P. NELSON, Acting Town Clerk. Momlngton Borough Council Office, Mcrningtou, November 18, 1914. WANTED, Tor Roslyn Woollen and Worsted Mills, A TIIOROUGHLY-COMFETENT DYER. Apply by letter to ROSS AND GLENDINING, LTD., Dunedin. BOOT TRADE. ANTED, A LAD. STANDARD BOOT FACTORY. Sargocd, Son, and Ewen, Ltd., Dunedin. WANTED, E S I G N E R, Apply, with references anti stating experience, to BRUCE WOOLLEN CO., Milton. CHEMISTS ASSISTANT. RANTED. QUALIFIED ASSISTANT. Anplv UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES’ DISPENSARY, Dunedin. J)ENDI Apply WANTED, AND SHIRT MACHINISTS! EUTTERWORTH BROS., N.Z.. LTD., GLOBE SHIRT FACTORY, Vcgcl street. WASTE PAPER. w ASTB PAPER FOR SALE, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ‘STAR’ OFFICE. Y7STHEN contemplating New Shop Fronts, VT Air-f ’ ” r ' ’ ..-tight Window Enclosures, or Interior Alterations, consult Haywards, Ltd.. King street. ROSSBOTHAMS Commercial College, Dowling street (established 1892). — Classes Shorthand, Typewriting, BookkecpIng, Business Training. Railway concessions. s IGNAL HILL Climb.—Triumphs and lO Douglases again assert their superiority. Class 3. Triumph and Side Car. M’Dougall Ist, McDonald 2nd; Class 1, Douglases fastest time, 2nd, 3rd, 4th ridden by Roebuck, Jameson, Duncan. Wilson, Dunedin. WANTED, Lady Assistant, Tea Rooms, Forbuty Park, Tuesday and Wednesday. Apply Railway Bookstall. BOYS (tko) Wanted. Mills, Dick, and Co., printers, lithographers, and bookbinders, Octagon. WANTED, a Man accustomed to horses; also, a Youth between 18 and 20 years. Apply “ Express,” ‘ Star ’ Office. WANTED, £550; Household Furniture. Crockery, beautiful Pictures; must clear 10 days. Miles’s Furniture Exchange, £l3 George street. WANTED Known—That au open, legalised traffic is better than an illegal, immoral one. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line. WANTED, strong Youth with experience good encourages ent. Apply Duke and ?on3. Ltd., George street. WANTED To Rent, 5-roomed House, all conveniences; central preferred. AclSress “ Rex,” ‘ Star ’ Office. WANTED (urgently). Blade Shearers; immediate start; open to-night at 7.30. Apply Skene’s Agency. Princes street. f 11ATLORESS. —Wanted, first-class Trousers -L and Vest Hand. Apply Crombio and Co., Stnart street. w street. 'ANTED, Lad for office work. App Paterson and Barr.. Ltd., Yog WANTED Known—That Mr Philip Snov den, M P., does not believe that Nr tional Prohibition alono will cure all sock evils. Therefore. Strike Out the Bottoi Line. WANTED, a sir art Boy for message: etc. Caxton Printing Co., Ltd., Mam street. WANTED. General, or strong Girl to assist; used children. Apply Mrs Armstrong, ” Ontario,” corner New and Beg" streets, Musselburgh. ° WANTED To Buy, Coney Seal Coat. ’’Maud,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED To Ony. 2 to 4-roornsd Cottage, on ievtl. North-east Valley. Patersons, 142 Rattray street. CARPENTERS (two) Wanted. Apply D. Marshall, on job. Queen Alexandra street, St. Clair. WANTED Known—That National Prohibition would largely increase unem-. ployment. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Line. w ANTED, ratable Nurse; beginning Ma r ch. ” Maternity,” • Star ’ Office. WANTED, by Gen'lemnn, capable Housekeeper; ali-round work, but light; Christian woman; small family. “Capable,” 'Star' Office. GENERAL Servant Wanted; threo in family; good curings. Apply pro mot, 352 High street. w ANTED, a General. Apply evening. 69 Heriot row. "CKT ANTED Sell, Perfection Kerosene • v Cooking Stove: two rings, oven; suitable for crib. “Perfection,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED Known—That any legisjati that is based on injustices is doom to failure. Therefore, Strike Out tho B tom line. WANTED To Sell, 2-speed F.N, Moi 1 Cycle; Cardan shaft, no belt troubl perfectly new. Apply Cocke, Howlison. a Co., Princes street. TMTANTBD To Sell o- Let. 2~CribF IVV ply H. Ridley, Portobello. tniTANTED, Furniture, Tools. Sale: Ro »> ins Iron, Range. LeUcrpre-s, Engl *• HlAftf T? onu i» tf'l'.ttl*.. a S* Leather, Boot Repair Outfit Isaacs, Castle street. Accordio aMT"ANTED Known—That tko abuso of ' * 1 ■ evil ca . . cannot be remedied by JUI Therefore, Strike Oir. the Bottom Line. W' ANTED Buy. Furniture and Sundr from £1 to £SOO. Bay lev, I House, 15 Frederick street; ’phone 2,466. WANTED Known— Fnli-siicd B as.->; Bedsteads from 21s. Oulv a t x lor I *, Prince* street. BEST Double Woven Wire Mattresses. 6d; inspect our latest make in Moi Chairs, only 19s. Taylor’s, w tendency to excessive dandruff or poverishment, use Heudy’s “Juleptia”; re&Uy splendid. Bottles, Is, from tee grocers, everyone. 'ANTED Known—That Biriheads, ANTED. —If your child's hair .... dandruff or W‘ . . cuiars, Cards, Programmes, and G« ral Printing of every description are excel at the ‘Evening Slav Office at Model Price*.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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