DRY CLEANING. OUR Process of DRY CLEANING of SUITS and COSTUMES is the only method which pic vent-; the stains from reappearing;. Tlic Goods, after being thoroughly cleaned, arc tailor-pressed, a.cd returned like new. TAYLOR'S CITY DYE WOR! 137 George street. 'Phono 459. DEE " VIBRATOR. rrVIIE Wonderful Instrument, that J- Keliev .:■ mill Cures Pain by Vibratory Mass ij,'o is now obtainable from lln New Zealand Headquarters for th '■ " Vc-i.dce " : SI'KUDING, LTO., 14 Commerce street, Auckland. use in New Zealand. Why stiff: 1 ;-, when such a handy, simple retm dy is available at- a moderate price? Always ready. Marvellously qunk and sure. Write for th" Booklet 'All About the Veedee.' It's tiee. Write now. EDUGATIOHAI OTA GO EDUCATION BOARD. 4, IMPLICATIONS, accompanied by ( XA. enios and Test imuDials, will be re up till THURSDAY. 2!si January no. the following VACANCIES; Cm ram.—-Head Master. Salary, £250. Glenoimu-u.---Henri Master. Salary £2.30. Gienom a r u.—M Ist ross. 8a la ry, £llO. Coal Creel.-—Sole Teacher (male). ary. £2CO-£250. Dunrobin. —Hole Teacher (male or fe Salary, £l4O-£P'O. Te JJouka.—Pole Teacher ('male male). Salary. £l4O-£l9O. ForbuiT-—6th Assistant (female). £l4O. Tokarahi.—Mistress. Salary, £l2O-£l4O. Kelso.—Mis-tress. 'Salary, ,£l2O-£l4O. Romaha pa,—Mistress. Salary. £l2O- - Oam aru Middle.—4th Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£!2O. Teaneraki.—2nd Abstain, (female). .Salary. £llO-£l2O. Otenopo.—2nd Assistant (female). Salary, £llO-£l2O. Lutrgate.—Sole Teacher (ma; : > or female), "Salary, £llO-£l4O. X o >-is.—?,,]e Teacher (male or female). Salary, £llO-£l4O. Otekura.—Sole Teacher (male or female). Salary. £llO-£l4O. Balclutha D.H.—3rd Assistanf, Secondary Department (male). —Salary, £l5O- - Forms of application may be obtained at this Office on and after 11th JANUARY, 1915. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Officr, 19th December, 1914. , , „JJ3LANGERD!;.ESSCUTTING SC -k 123 His'n street ('onn. D.I.C ), REOPENS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist. Classes 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m., when Miss Stewart -will be in attendance to enrol pupils. EVENING CLASSES START MARCH. Prospectuses on application. A CCOUNTANCY and XV vate or class tuilifn; students coached for all exarainrlions; resume January 25th. W. C. Wtuker, Princes and Mpr.ec streets. HOKTTIAND, Typewriting Bookkeeping —Miss Brown Resumes Teaching Jonuary 251b. Above Moray Place P.O.'; telephone 2,977.
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