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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GREEN PEAS. GREEN PEAS. 5001b GREEN PEAS, 2d lb. NEW POTATOES, 81b Is. 500!b RIPE PLUMS', 2d lb. _ PLUMS, 2s 6d, 3s, unci 3s 6cl case. _...:x AND CO. 206 PRINCES STREET SOUTH. M'ESSRS ROSS AND GLENDTNING - LTD.. Require Experienced MACHINISTS and FINISHERS For Costumes and Paletots, Apply Mr KINO, Top Floor, Clothing Factory, High street. QMART COAT MACHINISTS, APPRENTICKS', and BOY for Sle&m Pressing. STANDARD CLOTHING FACTORY, "Willis street, Richardson street. WANTED, nnHREE Experienced MACHINISTS for -*- Mantles and Costumes. Also, GIRLS to Learn the Trade. STANDARD MANTLE FACTORY, Willis street, Richardson street. WANTED, IM<?.RT LAD FOR OFFICE. Apply by letter at once, BROWN, EWING, AND CO., LTD. LfTANTED, at once, for shirt factory, fV. TWO Fir.iL-rla.ss .SHIRT MACHINISTS: good wages. G. A. FINDLAY AND CO.', LTD., 152 High street. •ptOSSBOTHAM'S Typewriter Copying -i-\; Office open daily; Commercial College Reopens January 25th: -write for prospectus. 49 Howling street. O" handiwork of our Allies, the Japanese, at Sanders's Furnishing House, 175 George street. a - General - Servant'."" Apply Vli Tennimis Hotel. \\r v ii Piano. State ars to "Z.," ANTED," Woman for "paTd ry work ?Vi wages, 25s and board. Apply Levia Known—Billiard Table. 6ft x ?V 3ft 6in, and all Accessories, £l2 10s. Watts, George and Prince!] streets, CI R ASS for the Cm ting: about i-acrc. W Apply 74 Elgin road, Mornington." aflrr Musselburgh, superior lenee : la I est appointOTOR ear shed, too houses and runs, £BSO, Alex. Harris and f. TL?OR SALE. -&- for pile;-., waliiug. foundations or sa JC Inl'tv ALF.. Modem P.unca drained, with a! ■n: a. .-nip. "N< Agents." 'Star' Office. yF&f i?\TKYER~t he" wea! T^r7^\^tsoi77~Nc "OUSINESS as usual. Robt. Moss, piano .H_s inner, repairer, 18 Albany street: good work guaranteed: contracts undertaken. T~API ES""wi! b~'.Dry Ha A J Promoter; kills hair eater, restores color; 2s 6d. Marshall* Pharmacy. OUALITY is the fust consideration with manufacturers of Watson's No. 10. Every drop is .good. C~~Tg!RETTE S"~m ad e~f et Tobacco draw easily, burn coolly, evenly. •|7TjßNTTUßEr^Suj^desigi^"lroi A} iory to home, at bedrock prices. Watts, George and Princes streets. BILLIARDS. ■ING EDWARD BILLIARD PARLORS. jvj>- Over Picture Palace, SOUTH DUNE-DIN. This Up-to-diue Room will be OPENED TO-MORROW NIGHT, a! a o'clock, when a. Game will be Played between Two Wellknown Amateurs. .BERT BAKER, Proprietor.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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