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The following additional contributions have been received in connection with the Hospital Saturday collection :—Opoho, £3 2s sd; Portobello, £2 13s 8d: Brighton, £3 12s 7d. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. JW ATE RS, CHEMIST. • < No. 5 PRINCES STREET (Exactly opposite Hallcnstein’s Buildings). NO INCREASE IN PRICES. DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS still compounded at the LOWEST CHARGES compatible with faithful dispensing, and of drugs pf the best quality. WANTED, For Roslyn Woollen and Worsted Mills, THOROUGH!.Y-COMPETENT DYER. Apply by letter to ROSS AND OLENDINING, LTD.. Dunedin. A.M.P. SOCIETY. industriaiTdepartment. Collector wanted for Book showing debit of £3. Amount could bo easily increased by capable man. Apply DISTRICT OFFICE, Princes street. BOOT TRADE. W ANTED, a GOOD BOY. STANDARD BOOT FACTORY, Sargood, Son, and Ewon, Dunedin. WANTED, a SMART LAD for Light Parcels Delivery. Bicycle provided. Wages, 12s 6d. W. PENROSE AND CO., Geoyge street have VACANCIES for several 1 \ V Young Lady ASSISTANTS at Fancy Counter for the Christmas Trade. W. PENROSE AND C 0.,. George street. AT Sanders’s, 175 George street, Re-cover-iug and Renovating Furniture specially ■tended to. Get our quotations. 1> USsBOTHAM’S Typewriter Copying •j Office.—Legal Documents, Testimonials. Circulars, etc., Copied; moderate charges. Bowling street: telephone 733. BOYS and Girls Wanted. Mi lie, Dick, and Co., irinters, lithographers, and bookbinders, Octagon. WANTED, Yyce, in good condition, about 4iu jaws. Pi ice and (particulars to 42 Victoria road, Musselburgh. WANTED T» Rent (on rise), 4 or 5roomed House, wiht conveniences. ‘Prompt," ‘Star’ Office. WANTED To Buy, 3J Motor Bike. State particulars to “ Engineer,’’ ‘ Star ’ Office. WANTED, Root Repairer, good, all-round man; good wages. Apply, nt once, Poulter, South Dunedin. HOSPITAL Saturday and Belgian Collectors, cal) and see photos in show causes, Moray place taken /or the ‘Otago Witness.’ Guy, photo; 'phouo 3,138. PORT CHALMERS.—HoIy Trinity Church Guild's Sale of Work in Schoolroom tomorrow, 2.3Q p.m, to 6 p.m. WANTED To Buy, first-class Pony, also Light Gig. Address -1 Cash,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED, Third Cook. Apply Leviatban Hotel. VVTANTED, large Unfurnished Room, n. near Cargill's Corner; conveniences; state price. "Residence,” ‘Star’’ Office. TENDERS Wanted for Repairing House. Apply 656 George street. VIST ANT ED, n Wardmaid; 14a .a week. * V Apply Matron Dunedin Hospital. WANTED, Four smart Girls for packing jelly crystals. Apply Murdoch and Co., St. Andrew street WANTED, Cooper to repair fruit casks. Apply Irvine ami Stevenson, Fiileul street. WANTED. —For high-class Hairwork at moderate prices try Hendy’s Hairdressing Rooms. Laaies’ Combings from 2s 6d. WANTED, £550; Household Furniture. Crockery) beautiful Pictures; must clear 10 days. Miles’s Furniture Exchange, 213 George street. WANTED Known—That New Zealand Farmers receive £350,000 a year for their barley, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. WANTED - TtTSc 1 lT~2~&peed — f7n7 “Motor Cycle; Cardan shaft, no belt trouble; perfectly new. Apply C°cke, Howlison, and Co., Princes street. •"VST AN TED, Coat Hands, for permanent I V job. Bruce, 144 Stuart street. WANTED Known —For GaslUting and Plumbing Repairs ring up C. S. Jenkins and Co., Dowling street. 4 -BOOMED House Wanted for Removal. Particulars to Smart Bros., Mosgiel. ‘ TU/f'ESSfAli,’ by Church Choirs' Union, in J.T-S. aid of Patriotic Fund, Garrison Hall, Wednesday evening. Admission Is, 2s. WANTED Known—That tho New Zealand Railways collect £IOO,OOO per annum for freights from the Licensed Trade, therefore Strike Out the Bottom Line. WANTED, competent General for household of 3 adults; no washing; wages, £l. Apply 405 George street. WANTED. —Glassware of every description under cost price; Salad Bowls, 2s—now Is. Burton Bros., Stuart street. WANTED. —200 Crockery and Glassware seldng under cost price; Hagid-puinted Saladßowls. 2s 3d. Burton Bros. WANTED.— Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Sugar Basins, Water Bottles, Cake Dishes, Crystal Jellies selling below cost price. WANTED Known to Everybody—For Electroplated Gouda, Cutlery, Guns, Rifles, Cartridges, Ladies’ Handbags try Burton Broa. WANTED. —The best possible value ia everything obtainable at Burton Bros. 1 , Stuart street. Hose, 6d foot. WANTED.— You can buy from us at sab price.,; huge stock for Christmas presents. Burton Bros. WANTED Known —That Prohibition is a polipy of despair, not of reason. Therefore, Strike Out i-ho Bottom Line. TSJSJ" ANTED.—If your child’s hair shows IT tendency to excessive dandruff or impoverishment, use Htndy’s “ Juleptia ’’; it’s really splendid. Bottles, Is, from leading grocers, everyone. HE BEVERIDGE.—SpeciaIs This * Week l One-piece Drtssos, Sports Coats (Colonial), Tweed Skirts, pique Skirts .and Costumes, Silk Costumes. Copts, New Capes, useful and stylish Millinery, Fancy Hosiery, Neckwear. 50 George street. ANTED Known—That the Wages BiR IV in tRo New Zealand Licensed ami ARied Trades amounts to £1,750,000, theyefors Btyjkp Out the Bottom Lino. •CKTANTED KwtvogrVtee Gifts for hard VV tunes. The Westminster Ergs Gift Scheme for Regent Cigarettes is a genuine one. To give collectors a start, the advertisement appearing on page 6 in 'Star' of November 19th will count as two free gift tickets. Out it out and start collecting. WANTED Known—We Repair Venetian Bunds thoroughly end promptly. Scott and Wilson, St. Andrew street; telej phone 802. F order to have the 'Stay' out in good time, ft is found impossible to classify I Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kincJly bear this in mind, and eend in their t Orders Early, j

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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