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WANTED. v*'\ ?E ~W A] * TEr) ' three PAINTERS (first-elos* TV, hands). Highest wages : given. None' but competent workmen need apply. \G. HALL, late Minific. March 21, 1860. WANTED, a YOUTH from 14 to 18 year* of age to go into the country. . Wagre es. ■ from 123 to 15s per week, according to age and j ability. Apply at the office of this piper. ry I — — id TT7"ANTED, a stout YOUTH, to make hiraVV self generally useful. — Apply JACOB JOSEPH & Co. 3i- • — — - - . , _ WANTED a steady active YOUNG MAN to make himself useful on a farm. Apply to W. J2BDE2?, Petoni. sd — WANTED, immediately, a good NURSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. NATHAN, n- Lambton O.uav. WANTED a female general SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. BROWN, Criterion " Hotel, Upper Hutt. WANTED,— One BOOTMAKER • also, a CLOSER. Good workmen. Apply to J. Johnson. April 5, 1865. 1 ■ ■ ~ — — — — — — ~^__ ___ . TXTANTED,— A general SERVANT. Good V V references required. Apply at the office : of this paper. WANTED immediately, a GENERAL SERVANT, in a small and quiet family. , — Apply to "Mrs. Haselden, Cuba-street, three doors south of Abel Smith Street. WANTED, immediately,— A GENERAL .SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. Himmer, Terrace. WANTED, for the Panama Hotel,— A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. One who has a knowledge of cooking preferred. WANTED, a good BLACKSMITH whowUL be required to assist in Boating on steamer days. Apply to Mr. Wm. GROVES, Castle Point. WANTED— A MAN SERVANT, to attend on four Gentlemen, and make himself generally useful. One who has boon an Officer^ servant or steward on board ship would be preferred. Character must bear the strictest investi- ' gation as to honesty, &c. For particulars apply. at the office of this paper. April 9, 1866. WANTED a General SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. Davies, Loxley Cottage, WiUiastreet. TO BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. X T7"ANTED, a man, to take the full working V V charge of a business in the abovo line. To a steady haud, with a thorough knowledge of the requirements of the above, a good opportunity offers. — Apply to the office of this paper. ANTED a female GENERAL SERVANT. ' Apply to, . JOHN JACKSON Esq., Hutt. MEETINGS, &o. NOTICE. A MEETING of the Parishionors of St Paul's, JLJL Thorndon, will be held at tho School Room, Sydney- street, on Tuesday, the I7fch insfc, at halfpast seven p.m., to take into consideration the best means of providing a Residence for the Clergyman. Parishioners are particularly requested to attend. GEORGE HART, CHARLES D. BARRAUD, Churchwardens. April 12, 1866. PAHAUTANUI SxMALL^FARM DISTRICT. nnHE rate-payers of the above District are X hereby informed that tho Annual Meeting for passing the accounts and fixing the rate for the ensuing year will take place oh MONDAY , EVENING, the 14th May, next, at 7 o'clock precisely, at tho house of Mr. Bolton, PahautanuL A. FLIGHTY, Chairman, Board of Wardens. April 12th, 1866. NOTICE. A PUBLIC MEETING of the electors will take place at tho School-house, Featherston, on TUESDAY EVENING, April 17th, at--5 o'clock, for the purpose of establishing the School under tho rate Also appointing Trustees to the School properly. Chairman to tho School Committee. Featherston, Wairarapn, April 9lh, 1866. MUNGAROA ROAD BOARD. rpHE ANNUAL MEETING of tho RATE_L PAYERS in tho Mungaroa Road District, will bo held at Mr. John Wilkins' the Highland Home, Upper Hutt, on THURSDAY, April 13, 1866, at 12 o'clock noon, for the election of wardens, and fixing the rato for the ensuing year, also for tho construction maintenance and iv-pairs of the road, and other business. J. 11. WALLACE, Chairman of tho Board of Wardens. Wellington, March 15, IS6G. LAND OX DEFERRED PAYMENTS SOCIETY. N 0 irTc E . IN compliance with a requisition to that e/Kvfc, a^ special GENERAL MEETIKtr of members will be held in the Hall of the Atlwnreuui m Monday, 23rd April inst., to make " iv nuw ruk', >r rules, lor tho purposo of taking advantage oi' ;he powers and pi'ivileges conferred by an Act of ;ho General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled m Act to amend the Building and Lund Sticioties Drdinanco, Session XI, No. 2, and the Building Societies Amendment Act, 1856.'WILLIAM ALLEN, Manager. . Wellington, April 6, 1865. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Wellington Independent, Volume XXI, Issue 2347, 12 April 1866

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Wellington Independent, Volume XXI, Issue 2347, 12 April 1866