Happy Ignorance—Coming out of church after listening to a eerinon on 'Married Life and Its Duties.' two old Irishwomen commented on tho address. '"Tt-'s a fine sermon his reverence vvouid be after givimr us," said one to the other. "It is, indeed." was lie reply, "and I wish T knew as little .about the matter as he does!"
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, -jGIXPEEIENOED YOUNG LADY for I?ibbona and Embroideries. Also, Competent ASSISTANTS, Male and Female, for all Departments for the Fiiir. And Several Smart. BOYS ns Apprentices to 'the Trade. Apply early, DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, Georco street. WANTED, rOUNG MAN for Store; must have JL knowledge of work. Also, LAD for 'Manufacturing Department. Apply R, HUDSON AND CO., Biscuit and Confectionery Manufacturers, ■Castle street. WANTED, A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED - r * > JUNIOR For our ■Clothing: and Mercery Departments. Permanent position. ARTHUR BARNETT, LTD. WANTED, at once, for shirt factory',* TWO First-olass SHIRT MACHINISTS: ijood wages. G. A. IINDLAY AND CO., LTDTi 152 'Jligh street.
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