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LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Radiator Cap from motor car, near or top Hangman's Gully. Curliuo Bros. LOST, Gold Curb Bangle, Maori road, Morninglou (marked A.M.8.); reward. Johnson, Laidlaw and Gray. LOST v Two Oilskin Overcoats (boys'). 19 I’reudergasi street, South Dunedin. LOST, Saturday, Parcel containing One Shirt and Pour Collars. Reward foturning to Taieri Laundry, MosgieL LOST, Turquoise Brooch, Saturday night. Finder rewarded returning Williamsons, jewellers, Princes street. LOST (Saturday, Lower Rattray street), Envelope containing notes; reward. 82 Hanover street. LOST, a Boot, between Dundas and Castle streets. Return to 59G Castle street. S' ~TR AY ED front"' raven" Ila fl7 Wh ito Poodle. Please return J. Low, Town Hall. Qt TRAYED front 79 Stafford street," Collie ■O Fheep Dog. Finder rewarded. FOUND, — Shepherd, Tho Outfitter, corner George and Hanover streets, Open until 9 o'clock to-night. FOUND. —Shepherd, Tho Outfitter, corner George and Hanover streets, Open until ,9 o'clock, to-night. BOARD AND RESIDENCE, JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street,Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Social* and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. LADSTONE HOUSE MoTay place ('phone 3.130). —Best Accommodation visitors: personal supervision. Moss and M'Pherson. WANTED, by Two Ladies, good Board and Residence, vicinity of Duncan street. Address “lona,'* ’Siar' Office. Rooms, with pan, Board, Wanted bv Gentleman. Address PowiiK.il, P.O Box 338. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. , ; 4 PPLICATIONS. accompanied by Certifii ii tales and Test inmnials, will be received ■ up till TH URSDA Y, 21,sfc January nest, for ! the following VACANCIES :-- i Outram. —Head Master. Salary, £2OO- - Glonomaru. —Head Master. Salary, £209£250. Glnnomant. —Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - Coal Creek —Sole Teacher (malct. ‘'alary, £2OO-£250. Dunrohin.—Sole Teacher (male or t>;; Salary, £l4O-£l9O. To Houka.—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary, £l4O-£l9O. j Forlmry.—6fh Assistant, (female). Salj ary, £l5O-£ISO. j Purakanui. —Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - £l4O. ! Tokttrahi.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O-£14(1. Kelso,' —Mistress. Salary, £l2O-£149. Romahapa.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O- - Oamanx Middle. —4i.ii Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£l2O. i Tcaneraki.—2nd Assistant (female). Ssli ary, £l3O-£l2O, Otepopo.—2nd Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£l2O. Luggato.—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary. £llO-£l4O. Nevis.—Sole Teacher finale or female). Salary, £llO-£l4O. Otektira.—Solo Teacher (male or female). Salary, £llO-£I4O. Balclutha D.ll.—3rd Assistant. Secondarv Department (male). —Salary, £l5O- - . £IBO. Forms of application may be obtained at. ■ (hi? Office on and after 11th JANUARY. ! , 1915. i | F. M. PARK, Secretary, j I Education Office, j 19th December, 1914. : AUCTIONS.* WEDNESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER, At 2 o'clock. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DM. sT E,DD IN G • will sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Wednesday, at 2 o’clock, Ladies’ and gents’ watches, albcrts, pendants, ladies’ diamond and other gem ring', silver hair brushes and hand mirrors, gents’ dressing cases, ladies’ handbags, writing cases, purses, wallets, e.p. tea and coffee services, afternoon tea sets, hot water cans, cruets, cabinets, cutlery, fish eaters and servers, fruit sets, timepieces;, bronzo centrepieces and ornaments, tablo cutlery, fancy articles in great variety. AH suitable Christmas requirements. THURSDAY, 24th DECEMBER, At 12 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. H.M. CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. CONFISCATED GOODS, DIVER’S GEAR. WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC! RIFLE and AMMUNITION, Sto. LIMITED. Collector of PARK, REYNOLDS, are iastfujted by tho Customs to tell by auction, WINCHESTER AUTOMATIC RIFLE, volver, and 1,320 cartridges, DIVER'S SHIRTS, stockings, pants, bools, 4 knife, belt, overalls, jersey, gloves, sweater, and other diving apparel. MAGNETO for oil engine, 4 brass union j screws, 8 sparking pigs for oil engine. These- food}—will' be oar view at time of - 3

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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