LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WESTPORT HARBOR BOARD. APPOINTMENT AS ENGINEERING CADET. Applications addressed to the Sew-e----tary will bo received uutil noon of THURSDAY. 10th of December, 1914, for the POSITION of ENGINEERING CADET. Commencing salary. £IOO per annum, with three mouths’ notice on cither side in writing to terminate appointment. Applicants should give full particulars of their education and technical training, if any, state their age, and enclose copies of any testimonials they possess. Applications should bo endorsed “Application for Engineering CadotslUP ‘ CHAS. N. GREENLAND, Secretary. Westport Harbor Board Office, November 19. 1914. WANTED, For Roslyn Woollen and Worsted Mills, THOROUGHLY-COMPETENT DYER, Apply by letter to ROSS AND GLENDINING, LTD., Dunedin. BOOT TRADE. w ANTED, a GOOD BOA’. STANDARD ROOT FACTORY, Sargood, Son, and Ewcn, Dunedin. BATH FINISHER WANTED. WANTED, an Experienced All-round HATH FINISHER; must be fully qualified. Permanent position to good man. Send full details as to experience, age, etc., to JENKINS AND MACK, LTD.. Wellington. WANTED, QUART BOY, quick and accurate at figures, for Mercantile Office. Apply, by letter, “ WEIGHTS,” ‘ Evening Star,’ Dunedin. WANTED, FOR A WATER SUPPLY', O OR 4 H.P. OIL ENGINE AND PUMP, new or second-hand; in good working order. “ C.0.D.,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED, a SMART LAD for Light Parcels Delivery. Bicycle provided. Wages. 12s 6d. W. PENROSE AND CO., George street. XXTB have VACANCIES for several V 7 Young Lady ASSISTANTS at Fancy Counter for the Christmas Trade. W. PENROSE AND CO.. George street. BUSINESS Men.—When installing New Shop Fronts, Window Enclosures, laerior Alterations, ring ’Phone 2,19?. Hayrare!*, Limited. [3 OSSBOTHAM'S Commercial College, La/ Dowling street (established 1892). — fiasses Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkecpag, Business Training. Railway concessions. rEA. Rooms. —Two smart Waitresses Wanted at once. State experience (if ny) to “Smart,” ‘Star’ Office. ITSTT ANTED, by young gentleman, FurvT nished Room (fireplace); handy to ’ost Office. Address, stating terms, “Cosy,” Star’ Office. •WANTED, Hairdresser (smart iiiij>rovert, IT for country; good wages suitable man. Apply Hcndy, hairdresser, City. WANTED, young Lady look after two chi alien, afternoons. Mrs C. G. While. Sargood street, J'.isliopseourt. 'ANTED, experienced Children's Nurse for Wellington. Apply Miss Pargnhr.r, 1 William street. \MTANTED, by UTffiurnirhMl 7 7 Rooms; terms; central position. “ H. 5..” ‘ Star’ Office. _ r ANTED, at once, Four or Five-roomed Furnished House; state locality. “A. 8.,” ‘Star’ Office. vtUTANTED, good General, Bank Now Zoa--7 7 land, Balelutha; light place. Apply 94 Stafford street (morning or evening). 'ST7"ANTED, Country 7 7 with plumbers’, er Traveller conversant engineering, and hardware lines, and can u;;o motor bicycle. •‘Traveller,” ‘Star’ Office. “ANTED, Boys or Girls fruit picking. E. Ings, Bay View road, St. Clair. “ANTED Known —That the famous John Bright once said : “ Parliament cannot change the habits of tho people,” therefore Strike Out the Button Line. \7S7ANTED, a smart Boy to assist city 7 t vanman. Apply Anderson Bros., bakers, ‘top of street. WANTED, Second-hand Counter about 10ft, suitable for grocer’s sbsp. Stanley Johnston, Woodhangh. WANTED Known —That tho lato Joseph Chamberlain said; “ Anything in the nature of compulsory prohibition is absolutely impossible,” therefore Strike Out tho Bottom Line. ANTED (City), Room suitable for meeting plaeo for club of about 20»members “ Reasonable,” ‘Star’ Office. BOY Wanted; splendid opening and good wages. Apply K. J. Stark and Co., Ltd., booksellers. wWANTED Known —That 2,550 hogsheads of beer were sent to No-liccmo Invercargill between June, 1913, and June, 1914, therefore Strike Out'tho Bottom Line. Rent, holiday, 5 or 6-roomeil 7 Furnished House, near beach, any Bity “Pax.” ‘Sfar’ Office. WANTED Known—Ferro-CarfTum Beef Iron Wine excellent spring tonic; 3s 6d large bottle. Scott’s Pharmacy, 17 Princes street BOYS and Girls Wanted. Mills, Dick, and Co., i rinters, lithographers, and bookbinders, Octagon. „ WANTED Known—That Air Philip Snowden, 41.P., does not believe that National Prohibition alone will cure all social evils. Therefore, Strike Out the Bottom Lino. WANTED Known —Red Cross Ointment, tho mighty healer of sores. Keep a box in th>* house. WANTED, Boot Repairer, good, all-round man; good wages. Apply, at once, Poult er. South Dunedin. WANTED To Buy, first-class Pony, also Light Gig. Address "Cash,” ‘Star’ Office. WANTED, Cooper to repair fruit casks. Apply Irvine and Stevenson, Filleul street WANTED Known—That National Prohibition destroys but makes no provision for the moderate and temperate. Therefore. Strike Out the Bottom Line,
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