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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

I Begins To-morrow J I DOORS OPEN 9 a.m. Sharp. | £ I a! The Sale Event of the Season where [j I Everything is Reduced. I [j Values and Prices that Create a Stir. [j |i Don't Miss this Great Money Saving Opportunity. [j jjj , , Jj ! See Sale Window Displays j I o n • Every Department jj I Better Bargains /V has something J I than ever. • M you'll want. jj i HMHHV UiUiLi Vbhbbb li I -star attractions. ,, •, X I J£ f-lneh Ganuirta Hand-mad* Indian L*e* JW j j Ss D'Ojrltn. in varioui dainty designs: iuit- Qs Jfi «ol« for the dressing üble, plates, etc. _ fB f|J A v.-onderful value line. TOU'll IE W You Save S,,r Attr>etl » B **«•• TO-MORROW, S g 440 "eh. Appreciate S fl on «Wneh Plain Cr»mm Madras Muslin, with JW the ft MS attractive trelli. de«i K ne. A uueful line 3U :u _ at a sensationally low price. EJj * Every star Attraetiwi Pric. to-morrow, Surprising * % Purchase Reductions aj 1 Dunn* M From 9to U a.m. only,. I « «5,i Ti MM&Ofdea oot aeeepted...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

Smith & Caughey, Ltd. Latest Models in Bon Ton and Royal Worcester Corsets Bon Ton and Royal Worcester /&&*. /d&Ssl Corsets arc noted for their quality, '' mjjMr their correct fit, and a eupple grace *W?" '"TfJSSn ' that allows freedom of motion while <yjf^^Jil|^sO-* _/,ipt giving the body necessary support. |i( .. /Alife'-Sf" ' • ' * 09 —R o ** l Worcester, back km d iv/ *'" /-k lace. Elastic sections at 501—Royal Worcester. One- 834—80n Ton, back lace. Medium figure. bußt Short skirt> %hAy p.ece hip confiner. tlas&c Elastic sections at bust Uht boning. boned. Pink coutil. Sizes section front and back, rms , , _. „, _ o -?n»« 7« m., „ broche Sizes 23 to 32 Pink broche. Sizes 21 to 28. 20 to 28. Illustration on left. 16/6 23/6 9/11 808—Bon Ton Back Lace 'S&mEr %tZα 831—- Bob Ton B«clc L*ce Cor»et; one of the most I ' Coriet, for aTeiene fi...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

Enjoy Shaving! I ■ You will, with 9 I a Gillette. ■ I It is so smooth, ■ I so quick, that B I the daily shave I I is a pleasure. ■ I Gillette I I SAFETY RAZOR I I 6/6 to 27/6 I I for Finer Shaves and ■ Longer Service. H I Distributors: E. J. HYAMS Ltd Wellington. ^ A i |N drops of ' — - ! * v my Sauce. Ah! it is most appetising " holbrooks Sauce GOITRE! A LADY who tried every remedy ia Tain, i «nd at Ult diieoTered a tinple self cure, j will Mad particulars FREE to mierars. J Smod •ddren to ALICE MAT. Box 482, CWUlthwefc. N-Z. Doo't »gnd rtnmp*.

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. VAUDEVILLE AT 2.30 AND S.O SESSIONS. NOW SHOWING. NOW SHOWING. S SS? j CARVET AND VERENA { DANNY 1V LMA AND HIS n OOD TITTLE AN.VY ±J AuiA AND HIS V*OOD -L<ITTLE -LOGS. "J AT ALL KKSSIOiVS. | PARAMOUNT PRESENTS A METKO-PKODUCTION "THE TOLL OF THE SEA" j FULL SUPPORTING PROGRAMME. OUR rOI.TCY : CELEBRITY VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES. SESSIONS : 11.15. 1.0, 2.30, 4.30, 6.20. 8.0. Reserves at Lewis K. Endy and Son. Ltd. (After 4.30, Phone 21C9A.) PRICES: 1/ to 2/0. COMING FRIDAY. COMING FRIDAY. COMING FRIDAY. COMING FRIDAY: mn.LY CJISTERS TAZZ "TJAND. J-ULLY Listers w azz Jj.vnd. THE FIRST REAL AMERICAN JAZZ BAND TO VISIT NEW ZEALAND. DO NOT MIPS THEM. . NOW SHOWING. • NOW SHOWING. HOW'S THIS FOR A GREAT SHOW! CARL LAEMMLE PRESENTS HOOT GIBSON In "OUT OF LUCK/ , HOOT GIBSON In "OUT OF LLCK. YOU'liE IN LUCK! WE'VE GOT 'OUT OF LUCK I" METRO PRESENTS GARETH HUGHES in "...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAMME! BIG HOLIDAY PROGRAMME! STRAND N.Z.'t OTRAND THAND Largeet OTRAND STRAND and CJTRAND TRAND Finest ©TRAND STRAND Picture CJTRAND TRAND House. OTRAND Direction : Fuller's Pictures, Ltd. TO-NIGHT AT G AND 8. Afternoon Ten Free —2.30 to 4.30. THOS. INCB PRODUCTION, "HER REPUTATION." With MAY McAVOY. LLOXD HUGHES, And WINTER HALL. A Mystery of the.Girl in the Velvet Mack. A dazzling dancing sirl who hid from the Red Flame of Scandal behind a mask. A story with the gay lilt of the carnival. Also Screening: '• O N T L E S A M." - U N C L X S A M." '• U NCLE S A M," A New Mermaid Comedy, "FRONTIERS OF THE NORTH." Fifteen minutes among the icebergs! A trip from Quebec to Alaska. Specially screened for this hot weather. "STRAND MAGAZINE." The Latest Happenings From Great Britain. Prologue by MISS CECIL HALL and MR. EDWARD «CHURCHOUSE. STRAND SY...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. PRELIMINARY A NNOTJNCEMENT. RELIMINARY . ANNOUNCEMENT. THE TJOX TDLANS he -t»ox -Clans J ARE NOW OPEN AT , LEWIS R. EADY AND SON, LTD., For "BLUEBEARD'S BTH WIFE." " BLUEBEARD'S BTH WIFE." " BLUEBEARD'S STH WIFE." THE YEAR'S BIGGEST PICTURE. THE YEAR'S BIGGEST PICTURE. With GLORIA SWANSON GLORIA SWANSON AND A WONDERFUL CAST. ; COMMENCING TjIRIDAY ATEXT. ; yJOioiKsctSQ Friday -^ext. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. gOOK "p ARL Y. T YRIC. — The — T YRIO. -LYRIC. — New — ~<TRIC. LYRIC. — Home — T YRIC. YRIC. — of — A^YRIC. ; T YRIC. — Paramount — T YRIC. J-'YRIC. — Pictures. — X^YRIC. TO-NIGHT, AT 8. TO-NIGHT, AT 8. THE GREATEST MYSTERY PLAI OF THE YEAR. The Second of the 1034 PARAMOUNT PRODUCTIONS. " THE WOMAN WITH 4 FACES. " THE WOMAN WITH 4 FACES." "THE WOMAN WITH 4 FACES." " THE WOMAN WITH 4 FACEB.&a...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. ___ AMUSEMENTS. PRINCESS rpiVOLI. "Always fIMVOM. =£5838= TiyoU: Good „ fWJSfcfc XIiINCESS J-IVOLI. Programme." -MVOM. TO-NIGHT, 7.30. w,IZ fox°prSexts - W-dS^SJ£^i« WILLIAM RUSSELL Pathe . Presents In MONTE BLUE, "TIMES HAVE CHANGED." month blue. PARAMOUNT PRESENTS MARY A L D.B N, JACK HOLT MARY AhDEN, JACK HOLT MABI ALD£ N. In And "THE TIGERS CLAW." , MART THIIRNHAM, "THE TIGER'S CLAW." MARY THUItN HA M. AL ST. JOHN MARY T H U R N H A M, In In a funny fox T comedy. "! HE TENTS OF ALLAH." FOX WEEKLY NEWS. ;;THE TENTS OF ALLAH.;; SESSIONS: 11 a.m.. 2 p.m.. 5 p.m.. 7.43 p.m. ;TH| TENTS OK ALLAH.;; Phone oSRA. # "THE TENTS OF ALLAH." ' "THE TEXTS OF ALLAH." COMMENTING FRIDAY. A Thrillin S »»•>». in Alluring Settings. COMMENCING FRIDAY. In Addition, The Beautiful Favourite, NOTICE! SJ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. FULLER'S i~iPERA TTOUSE. ULLERS "PERA -LIOUSE. Direction: John Fuller and Sons, Ltd. MATINEE, MATINEE AT 2.."!0, WEDNESDAY. MATINEE AT 2.30, WEDNESDAY. Bargain Prices: 6d. 1/, 1/6 (Plus Tax). TO-NIGHT — AT 8 — TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT — AT 8 — TO-NIGHT. Bfinarkalile snows achieved by the Brilliant Italian Duo, SIGNOR COSCIA SIGNOR COSCIA SIONOR COSCIA SIGNOR COSCIA (Tenor), And. SIGNORINA COELHA, SIGNORINA COELIIA. SIGNORINA COELHA, SIGNORINA COELHA, (Violiniste), Tresenting the Most Favourite Gems from Famous Grand Opera*. CARLTON MAX, AND JERRY. CARLTON MAX, AND JERRST. Singing Ventriioqiilsts. KEELEY AND ALDOUS. KEELEY AND ALDOUS. Brilliant Society Entertainers. JACK TRENT AND SADIE. JACK TRENT AND SADIE- Burlesqne Stars. AND George Wallace's FAMOUS REVUE COMPANY, FAMOUS REVUE COMPANY, FAMOUS REVUE COMPANY, In their Latest Rih-tickliug Comedy, entitled " THE LADS OF THE VILLAGE." " THE LADS OF THE VILLAGE.&...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 29 January 1924

AMUSEMENTS. (Under Vice-Regal I'atrunaeei HIS -ATAJESTVS rnHE4Tt>» Lessee J. C. Willia^i^E. Business .Manager X^f W^ 1 ' 1 I BIGGER. BRIGHTEn, .™ I BETTER THAN EVER; I TUT-ANKH-AMEN. ; I THE MAGNIFICENT V I THE MAGNIFICENT. TO-NIGHT, AT Q pji O-NICHT, AT O V.il. LAST TWO SIGHTS LAST TWO SIGHTS. TO-NIGH1 4 AND TO-MOUROW XIGHT FAKEWELL TO-MORROW NIGHT. *" * H - 4MES H"4MESFAREWELL TO ALL THE FAVOURITES FAREWELL WUi TO THE GREATEST PLAY EVER SEEN IX N.Z. BOOK AT LEWIS It. EADT AND So LTD.. FOR THE FINAL PERFORMANCE " TO-MOROW XIGHT. - B PRICES (PLUS TAX) • D.C. and O.S 6/6 ' ' Stalls 3/8 €00 Gallery Seats at 1/6- Early Doors to -Stalls and Gallery, 1/ extra, an Sale at Colemau's till 7. PROCEEDS IN AID OF MEMORIAL FIND. a -RETURN OF LAWRENCE GROSSMITH. " QUARANTINE " BOX PLANS " QUABANTIXE " BOX PLAN'S Will be opened at Lewis R. Eady and Son, Ltd., TO-MORROW V TVEDNESDAY) MORXIXG TO-MO...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

The Auckland Star. PEICE — TWOPENCE. jVOL. LV.—Ng 25. r Kbgistebbd as a Newspapsb at "V G.P.0., LOKDON. J AUCKLAND, N.Z.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1924. / NIMEPCNCB A WKK V DELITEBED. * (16 PAGES.)

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BIRTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

BIRTHS. FARROW.—On January W. at Nurse " Beards, sssi, Ureal .North Kuail. to Mr I and licor S e Harrow, of Surrey Crescent, a sri.i. Both well. " , HAVES.—On January •_".'. lo Mr. and Mrs. -* Ted (Dolly) Hayes! a son. Hoth well. WEBn.-M,, .7.,,.,i:,ry at. Nt their re<=i- J dence. 41. tVomtsidr ll.md. Mount Kden Auckland, to Mr. and Mrs. V. Edssir Webb, a dan^bli 1 !".

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

DEATHS. CLARK.-On Jnnunry -j:i. accidentally 1 killed at Walrna, Ralph Clark, yuunjiest ' son of the late- Kllsuibctli and Arthur - Ernrst Clark: a>--ed I<> years. A short 1 wrvi.-e will he hold at the M.-thodist Church. Mount Albert, at 2 p.m on Thursday. January 31, leaving after " sen-ice lor Wuikuruka. t CONNELLT. —On January 2S, 1024, killed " accidentally lit 'JV Arai. Walter Henry ■ Connelly. J. 1 ,., dearly beloved husband ( of Horiana Connelly, of Gletibrook. Aus- . tralian papers please copy. CRISP.—On January 2il. v.KI-i. a t his lata residonfM?, Gli, Waketiohl Street, City. Nathaniel, dearly - beloved husband oC Harriet Crisp: ngcU T2 years. At rest, , after ions suffering. Private interment. l RVEAVEK. —On January 2!>, 1024, ar her lace resifleni'e. "Valley Farm," Wluingarel, i Christina Ann. the dearly-beloved wife of ' Edward Orniond Weaver: ascfl 01 years. ] "...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

IN MEMORIAM. JACKMAN.—In s:ul :ind loving memory of our <lpar Imsbnml nnrl fntlior (.7iin) who rliod January HO. Jliai. lusertt-d by his loving wife and family. Deeply mourned. KEVEY.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Francis Edward Kevey, accidentally drowned in the Tamaki River. January MO. ]021. Inserted by his loving wife and little girls. POOLEY.—In loving memory of my dear sister, E. J. 11. Pooley, died January 80, 1917. Ever remembered.—E. Greenwood. BOE. —ln lovinc memory of our dear husband and father, Thomas, who departed this life January 30, lfi-J2. Ever remembered. Inserted by his sorrowing wile and family. R. 1. 1 ,. ,

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

TABLE TALK. Muriel Lovel (17) drowned in river at Huntly. Tofua arrives to-morrow morning from Suva. Trotting at Dunedia to-morrow and Saturday. Manuka reached Sydney yesterday from Auckland. Several prisoners up for sentence at the Supreme Court this morning. Motorists fined to-day for speeding on the Kemuera Road on race days. New Zealand middle-weight wrestling championship at Town Hall to-night. Dominion conference of Navy League branches at the Chamber of Commerce. The British railway strike is ended, and services are being immediately resumed. !*H British dockers threaten to strike on February 10. They want higher Young man who rode a motor cycle at 00 miles an hour fined £10 at Police Court to-day. The Canadian Importer Jirrives on Friday from Vancouver with 800,000 feet of timber. A young man of 21 years who laid tote odds at the Takapuna races fined £20 this morning. A man named Kyan, who stole money from a fellow hotel boarder, placed on probation to-day for two years. Jus...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

TTTEM.OKIAL CARDS, LETTERS OF • yJ - THANKS, ETC., PRINTED AT THE ' STAR" OFFICE AT SHORTEST NOTICE, FUNEBAI. DIRECTORS. 0 LITTLE AND SONS, LTD., TJnder. takers and Embalmers, "Marble Arch," Hobsoc St., Auckland. 'Phone ani. U WATNEY SI BUS. Undertaker, Embalmer, 'Phone 534 A, Newmarket and fiyinonds fit. _iJ WESTERN PARK FUNERAL CO., 70, Ponsonby Rd., Jas. Weir, Manager. Funerals Furnished Town or Country. Motors. 'Phone 1533. D fJHERE comes a time into one's Hie when J- the last respects have to be paid to our iear ones. By calling up T. J. Melvor and Sons, Karangabape Road, they will carry out the necessary arrangements for you with respect and difrnity. Official Undertakers to Auckland Hospital Board, Hospital end Costley Home. Cremation Coffins our speciality. 'Phones: 659, 215 i (2 rings), 3!MB <3 rings).—T. J. Mclvor snd Sons. IDS, Karangahape Rd. C TVAJiTI'JJD TO BUT. AS lrs T-armture you want to Sell, George Walker will Buy ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

LOST AMD FOUND. r,O«T, Bike Lamp, Vincent St. Reward. ■ _v, Wllllnmßou At. T OST. Gold Biippnire Brooch, Monday; ' ■*-*_"• yard. — Inquire Star. 44S ( T OST, Wheel Cap, Maltese Cross; n? ward—Garage, 3, Lit tin Queen St. ' tioia Wristlet Watch, on Tukapuna ' „ ItaL-ecourse; good reward.—lnquire Si*"- s S « T OST. Rug. left in Point Chevalier motor ' lat "' iUy -"= *""««—"■ "PPe» . T.OST, I'nrse, containing £5, Grove Rd.. . Edendale, Monday morning; reward. — Inquire Star. ' *" 374 " T OST, Boy Scout Rally Tickets, motor, ' JLU Domain to Pitt St., Saturday.—Return to Box 7!)2, Ci.l'.Q I T OST. Baby's Woollen Hat, on Kohi boat. ' -*-* Will finder please reutrn i>2, Surrey ! Crescent. Grey Lynn. T OST. five & 1 Notes, Saturday, between XJ City and St. Helier's Bay ;" reward.— Mnhoney. 3S. Shortlanil St. ' T OST. Keys, betw...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

PERSONAL BOARD wanted Grammar School Girl, Jit. Albert locality preferred; state terms.—l.. Farley. P.O. Ml. Albert. GENTLEWOMAN would give Thirty Pounds towards Passage, and act as Companion to England : good sailor; excellent refs.—-Write W. 541, Star. JAMES McAXEK.xnr.—Anyone knowing present address, kindly communicate with A. Viielco. IT Person would board or take care Inquire Star 0 "" 0 '""' '' I^7 PHYLLIS.— Can as promised or send address.—City Markets. THANKS. —Will person who returned Wristlet Watch, last Monday, lost Cheltenham, accept thanks from owner? 3 PASSENGERS wanted. Motoring Tlm.iisrh to Wellington, via Waitotno Cavos and Tarannki.—Particulars ring 4441 (4 rings). BUSIWESS PERSONAL. ABSOLUTELY Reliable Watch Repairing at W. Mills, Watchmaker, 10, Victoria St. (4 doors from Qiippn St.). C ABANDON 111-health. Kat Wholemeal Bread. Health Foods. Nuts, Fruit— I'atrouise Sanitarium Health Foods Shop. Queen St. D A NTIQ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

SITUATIONS WANTED. [Returned Soldiers ami all others will find this column the best, means of rear—ing employers. Fifteen Words One Shliling.l A DVERTISER, Englishman, young, seeks **■ situation with good prospects, willing learn; wages secondary.—Write W. t>22, Stab, ■pjUICKVvOr.i-. Chimneys, Coppers, Plas■*-* tering. Tiling, Ueyalre wanted. —Lloyd, 18 L Dominion Rd. CAKE of Invalid or Elderly Person, either Bex, or Child.—Lamb, c/o Kushton, Three Lamps. 80 pIAKPENTERS finishers, require work ; wages or contract. —109, Nelson St; Phone 248. ' pARPENTER wants Repairs; Sash Cord» V-/ repaired, first 2/. others 1/G; any dis- 23» I _Hobßon_St ; __ _i CLEANER, experienced, wants office cleaning, early morning or evening.— 44, Wakelield St. /COUNTRY Girl requires position private house, city or suburbs; capable, experienced —"Willows." New North Rd., Mt. Albert. "PJRESSMAKER. competent, wants shop - 1 - , sewing In own home.—M. 260. Stah....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

DOMESTICS WANTED. COOK General required.—Mrs. K. A. Finlayson, 0, Ladies' Mile, Kemucru.. I'bonc 1377 A. COOK General, young, and adaptable; about February it.—Mrs. Mills, ITS, Munukuu KU-, l'urnell. (Apply 1t03,7 to | !» p.m.). 'Phone 657 A. 25 UENEKAL Ott WOUKING ' HOUSEKEEPER WAXTKD. Housemaid UejJt. Family of three. References. "PHONE_ .454 A. 32 ( -*-* ing; _ adults j'uear town ; rufs.—Apply liy letter, T. 4:il. Stab. • DOMESTIC Help. B°vd plain cook; refs. " Also Woman, tor washing.—2o, St. ' Stephen's Ay., I'amell. 'l'lionc 053. DOMESTIC ilelp wanted, all duties, ' evenings tree.—Apply in evening, Mrs. K. J. Sehnuuer, corner Arthur St. V. and • (_uadrant_ UjL, Onchungn. < GENIiRAL or Housekeeper, all duties; family three; Keniuera ; _o, .—l'hime 1533 A. . L° GENERAL, good, wanted ; no washing.— Apply immediately, 128, Mauukau ltd.. Parnell. 111 BN-BAL, pood, wanted, do plain cook- ' in«. no wiistain;;, good wages.—Andrews. SiHljfoiisonliy ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 January 1924

SITUATIONS VACANT. Prepaid Advertisements Dot exceeding fifteen words, One SnUling; tbr«e consecutive insertions. Two Shillings ana IKL wantcc, young, knowledge staort- J hand and typewriting, for broker's fflce.—Box pi Mtl., young! assist- shop; must be honest: just left school preferred.—l 2, (roadway, Newmarket. . _- IliL wanted to take charse of baby, J afternoons only. -Apply Mrs. Hodge. 0. Kiingltotu ;vv.. Remuera. [KSUBANCE.—Wanted Sliorthanu-Typiste, - fur fortnight, commencing February 4. ipply Box 171. City. rUOxTfhT espcrftfu-rd, >vamed; £3 3/-— L ltritlsll i.au.idry, I'arnpil. f ADV Clerk, ronipetent. required land estate ngeucy. Typlug, books, general •ork.—Box -,;>.-,. C.1.0. [" AIJY Assistant, oxperipneed. for general lj ' drapery.—Apply, with full partieuar.=. Simmons and Whyte, ISO, Karangalape KcS. , IT ACI lI.VIST and Finishers for veiour •'- 1 - (oats vrantpd urgently.—Apply London Mottling Factory, 2K. Purlin m St. West. . :&am...

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