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A plumber wtw working in the houfle of ■a wfalthy stockbroker, when the lady nf vhe house. cnt«irtl. " Butler," she said, with a suspicions the plumber. '' remove tho silver from vho sideboard and lookit up at once." But the plumber was mvriso disconcerted. ' "Tom," ho said to in-appre-nt:?o who accompanied h!m, " take my watch and chain and theso ooppcit. liomo lo my missis at once.: there, nocm lo be d.U honest o>eople about tins house."

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED, (ROBATIONERS, iS) for the Grey River L Hospital, West Coast. Applicants mus.t be over 21 yours of nee. snd have parcel the Sixth Standard A medical certificate of h-palth and photograph must bo forwarded with personally-written supplication. Arrangement? re fares wi'.l be made with candidates appointed. Applications CLOSE JANUARY 21sl. M. PHILLIPS, Secretary. Greymouth. JUNIOR CLERK. /-IOOD OPENING FOR THOROUGHLY X TRUSTWORTHY CLERK (male cr female). Apply, in own. handwriting, with copies of references, to P. D. LESLIE, .Resident. Seeioiary for N.Z., Colonial Mutual Ijifr Office. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY. lOUSERS and SHIRT MACHINISTS, L COATMAKERS, and APPRENTICED. Constant employment. NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY, Bowling street. WANTED, T.Y LEADING HOUSE, MART MILLINER, for First. Sales. State ' " suliirv and cndc>e com* of r'-fererc.?:! BOX 69, OA.MA.UL"

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15700, 14 January 1915

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