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AUCTIONS.

4BSTBACT Or SAt-ES BY AUCTION

THIS DAY.

Icesrs. Thy» Willeox, k Co.-At tbe Boonu, -t

1180-Live Poultry, Bruit, Sx

Messrs. J A. Sando.-At Halifax-st, at a-Fur

niture. Ac

Kerna T. Bruce k Co.-At South terrace, at 11

Furniture, ke.

llessrs. Q E. Stereos k Co.-At the Mart, at 11

Furniture, &c

Messrs. Megaw k Hose-At the Central Mart, at

10 SO-Furniture, and Miscellaneous Goods

Mi. 3. W. Shannon.-At Gilles Arcade, at 2

Horses. _

THIS DAY. THIS DAY

SAIiE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE _ USD EFFEcro

HEDS DAY Ctt«dn«<i*y), May 4, at 11 a.m.

AT SOUTH TEBIUCE, ADELAIDE

(three doors east oi Hanson street).

THE0D0KEBËUCE & CO.,

lare been favored with instructions from Mm C Koylor (whs is leaving the State) to Bell by

.action, as above

Superior A1MD>£TFB CARPETS. Set Black

Wood Bcokahf-lvca, Wicker Armchairs, 8 Oak Dining room Chaira, Well made Solid Black- wood Sideboard, Strong Extension Dining Table, Superior Roll top Desk, Morris Arm- chair, Well made Blackwood Duchess Pair, Superior B M. Bofeteada and Bedding, Larg» Box Couch, Superior Black« ood Chest of 8 Drawers, Pine Duchess Chest, Dresser, Meat Safe, ¡swift Bicycle, &c, &c

'^1lctioneers, Offices, 23, Old Exchange. Plne-st.

On FRIDAY, May 6, at 11 a.ra

AT THE RbBIUENCE, GLENTHORNE,

O'HALLORAN HILL.

UNDER mSTRÜCTlONS FROM NORMAN

BROOKMAN, ES(J.

(who has sold his Glenthorne Estate).

«THE WHOLE OF HIS VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD

FURNITURE, UPRIGHT GRAND PUNO (B\ HOELLISG ti SPANGEXBERG), COSTLY -BRONZES,

AND ALL THE FURNISHINGS OF A FIRST

CLASS RESIDENCE.

THEODOKE BKUCE & CO.

We "been favor««] with instructions to eel! as

ÜK>ve.

SUPERIO« HOUSEHOLD FÜBNITUBE AND

ErnrcTS.

Goods on View Te morrow.

CATALOGUES .NOW BLADY.

A P~g will leave Mr. Richard Mitchell's Office, Dorrie street, at 8.SO a.m.. on the day of Sale. "r"arc, 1/ return.

Auctioneers' Offices, 23, Old Exchange, Pine *"**et

STRATHALBYN MARKET.

"TO-MORROW CHiursclay), May 5, a* 12 norn.

¡BAGOT, SHAKES, & LEWIS

LIMITED,

will offer about 1,200 Wethers, weluding- '

716 Merinos, 1 and 6-tooth, a, splendid lot, j also,

200 Splendid Fleeced Merinos and Crossbred

Weaners.

Terms as usual.

Adelaide bujan, catch 7 20 a m. Train, return Rame day. 123-4

WOOL SALE.

BAGOT, SHAKES, & LEWIS

LIMITED,

Will hold a small Sale of Wool at the Wool Ex «han_»,-<Srtnfell<treet, on Friday, «ti May, at

2.80 pm.

?. Wool on Show on Thursday, 8th inst., and mern- inie of Sale 12S S

GENUINE CLEARING SALE.

rON THE FARM. 4J MILES EAST OF

SALISBURY.

-On FRIDAY, 18th May. at 2 o'clock.

HORSES.'.

CATTLE.

6 3

(BAGOT; SHAKES, & LEWIS

LIMITED.

h~* received instructions from Mr. T. F, Sabine, to offer by auction the foUawing,

lv Heavy Draught Mare, in foal

1 Heavy Draught Gelding, 7 years

1 Medium Draught Mare, in foal, 9 years 1 Medium Draught Mare, 7 years 1 Medium Draught Horse,

1 Draught Colt, rising 2 years

2 Pair Brown Ponies, quiet and good 2 Heifers. 1 Calf

1 Heavv Tip-Dray 1 Light Spring Dray

1 Drill (Farmer's Favorite) \ 1 Cultivator (Massey)

1 8 furrow S J. Plough I 1 Bet 3 Harrows

1 Planet Cultivator

1 Chaftcutter and Horseworks ' 8 to 10 Tons of Hay

> -Mb Gallon Iron Tank ' '

400 ft. li inch Ga vanized Iron pfptn» SOO ft. 1-inch Gas Piping. r m

Lot SundrMs.

_Terms cash, 124,7,S3xlS0-S4

have received instructions from the Trustee in th» Estate of the late Mrs Holmes to offer bv anet on

8 acres S roods, being SECTION No 31«8 Hun drtd of BAROSSA situated on the \ letona Creek, «bout 2 miles from Williamstown

1 acre 3 roods io perches (fenced), being AL T/jTMEVT No 2. of SECTION No 083, hundred Of BAROSSA, situated in 'Williamstown Extension," upon which is erected a new 4 roomed Stone House with -verandah in front.

J acre ia Williamstown be ne ALLOTMENT No t, upon which is erected a 2 roomed Stone House Stn a small Room at the back.

1 Cows, a Pigs

Household Furniture

Other entries invited.

Terms at sale. 124,1 "KURRAY BRIDGE MONTHLY MARKET.

MONDAY, May 9, at 1 o'clock.

MATTHEWS & CO.

will sell

74 CA^E. "J^

Fats, Springers Milkers, and Stores

172PIGS- 172

Baconers, Porkers, Slips, and Weaners

215 SHEEP 215

At Wethers and Eûtes, Ewes in lamb S Good Draught Horses

Also, Mr P. E Opie's Dairy Farm

_Further entries invited_124 7

i SNUG LITTLE TERMING PROPFRTY NEAR

HOPF \AL1LT rESER\OIR

On WEUNESDAY, May l8 at Half part 2

o'clock in the Alterne on

AT THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE.

F. W. BULLOCK & CO.

will sell by auction, as rbeve

HOPE VILLE* on the Grand Junction road, (near Highlun) Part Section S24, llundied of Yalata containins 81 icrcs 2 road* 4 perches or thereabout? tai vhitli is erected two Cottages, one 8 room« and one 4 roens. T»nant«, Mc-sara El

liott ft Oldham Thrtc or four acre« under wat- tles, the rc-jt nesilv all fallon» I Water obtain .bia at .ihallo'A dertli Title-E P A _

AT THE BOOMS, WAYMOLTH PLACE

(Opposite "The Advertiser" OfBce).

EEYEK, WÍLLCOX, & CO.

will sell by auction

TULSDAY

10 SO-Butter, Fgg» Bacon Honey, Cheese. H.30-Live Poultry Fruit Potatoes, te.

WEDNESDAY

"0.80-Live Poultrv Fruit ka.

FRIDAY

ia80-Butter, Eggs Baton, Honey, (Jheese 1130- Fruit, Potatoes, 4.C

X ajja.-Liva Poultry. 138eiuc»»

Tö-MORKOW.

- /-;~ ' -THURSDAY, May 5,""at 2.80.

« -\ . AT THE TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE, » "I SALE OF

V-.-^gO BUILDING SITES AT DULWÍCH.

'i W. B. TOMKINSON

wlH sel]-by auction, under instructions from

«THE ¡UNION" LAND COMPANY, AND IX ORDER1

TO FINALLY CLOSE ESTATE ACCOUNTS

ALLOTMENTS Nos: 39 and 40, UNION-STREET. ' ALLOTilENTS Noa. Í8, 59, BO, 81. 03, 07, 68 iod 69, STÜART-BOAD.

ALIX/TME-VTS Nos. iS, 20, 27, 28,-29, SO, 81, S2, 45, 46_47. _ndv48, MILL STREET.

DULWICH ia one of the most popular and healthy of the eastern suburbs. It ndjo ni Rose Park, and is close to the Park I_odj (Victoria Park), and is within one and a half miles of the City.

For terms, plans, and full particulars apply Mean?. .Knox ft Hargrave, Solicitors, Wore Cham. bers'Eing William-street, or W. B. Wilkinson, frookman's Building, Grenfell street.

' Also. i

- ;> On account; of whom it may concern,

«". *? Absolutely Without Reserve.

'48 Allotment",'»lib'iu ban to Port Augusta, com- prised., in the Subdivision of Section 328, Hundred of Davenport; and 2 Allotments Augusta Park Ex. tension._

t . - WOOL SALE.

FRIDAY, May 8, at 2.30 p.m.

DALGETY & COMPANY, Ltd.

will offer by public auction as above.

AT THL WOOL EXCHANGE.

Tool on View and Catalogues ready on Morning ¿Sale. 124,6

On FRIDAY.

AT THS PRODUCE MART, GRENFELL-STREET.

ti. W. SANDFORD & COMPY

«iO Mil. by auction, commencing at 11 o'clock

BUTTER, EGGS. BACON. CHEESE. HONEY. U-W p.m.-Fowls, Ducks. Geese. Turkeys.

1 o'clock.-Carcas* Pork and VeaL

.?*? _Hone

ALTERATION IN DATE.

IMPORTANT LAND AND CLEARING SALE. OS THE PROPERTY. AT WILLIAMSTOWN.

- .On SATURDAY, May 7, at 1 ©"dook.

ELDEE, SMITH, & CO., LTD.

AUCTIONS.

TO-DAY {-Wednesday), May 4, at 10.80.

AT CENTRAL AUCTION MART.

KING WILLIAM-STREET,

(opposite Royal Exchange).

MEGAW~& HOGG

WILL SELL UNDER REGISTERED BILL OF SALE AND OTHER ACCOUNTS, QUANTITY FURNITURE, AND SÜNDRIES, including

HEAVY B.M. BEDSTEADS, H.P. BED-

ROOM SUITE. 4 and 5 ft SIDEBOARDS,. WERTHEIM MACHINE, I<arge Safe, Chiffonniere, Linoleum, Dining and other Tables, Chairs, Couches, Whatnot, Sofas, Wasbstands. Duchess Suites, Wire Stretchers, New Stock of Crockery, Glassware, Fancy Gocds, Straps, Belts, Um- brellas. Lolly J art, &a, &c.

NOTH-FURNITURE SALES HELD IN THE MART EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, AT 10.30. PRIVATE OR OUTSIDE SALES CAN BE ARRANGED AT ANY TIME.

_PROMPT ACCOUNT SALES_ TO-MORROW (Thursday), May 6, at 2 o'clock. AT GIBBONS-STKEET, OFF STRANGWAY3

TEHRACE. NORTH ADELAIDE (second street past private Hospital).

MEGAW~& HOGG

have received instructions from Mr. E. Herbert (wlio is leaving for the West)

Superior SADDLEBAG .SUITE (C pieces), Side-

board, B.M. ParUiaii Bedstead, Duchéis Stute, Dining Table, Wire Couch, Overman tt<l. Chairs, Venetian Blinds, Runabout, Cot, Safes, E.P. Ware, Kitchen Utensil», and _ Sundriss. '

FRIDAY, May 8, at li a.m.

AT CENTRAL AUCTION MART, KING WM.

S1REET (opp. Royal Exchange).

MEGAW~& HOGG

WILL HOLD A GENUINE CLFAR1NG SALE- OF NEW WINTER GOODS, AS FOLLOWS:

l8 CHILDREN'S BEAVER COATS, C GEHTa'

WATEKPR00F8, IS OENTS', YOüTtlS*. AND BOYS' SUITS, U TWj-JiD TROUSERS, 6 HONEYCOMB QUILTo, 10 PARS SHEETS, St SHIRTS, 10 TAP. AND LU\EN TABLE CO\ LUS, Towels Wrappers, Twe d Skirts, Cloth'ng, Haberlas! eiy, «iOLD RINGS, WAiC'tlKS. JEWLLLEKY, AND

SUNDRIES.

ALSO.

20 NEW AND SECONDHAND BICYCLES,

MOTOR BICTCLE.

THia AFTERNCON. at 2.

AT 138, HALIFAX-STREET (between Hurtle

«scjuare and Hutt-street, Adelaide).

J. A.~SAND0

is Instructed by Mrs. Marshall, to sell

NEARLY NEW FURNITURE and EFFECTS.

CARPETS, Rattan Chairs, Couches, Over- mantels, Piciuies, renders, Ornaments, Curtains, Poles, Blind*, Hearthrugs, Tables HALLSTAND. «Jarpet, Curtains

BLACKWOOD BEDROOM SUITE (6 pieces)

Bedstead, Stretcher» Bedding, Mirrors, Linoleums, Toilet Ware

HANDSOME SIDEBOARD, Extension Table,

A.B. Chairs. E.P. Ware»; Clocks, Lamps, China, Glassware, Crockery, Wertheim Sew-

ing Machine

Dresser. Safe, Table Mangle, Copper, Tubs,

Cooking Utensils, Pot Plants. Sx.'_

WEDNESDAY, May 11, at IL

AT SALTr.AM-UOAD, GLENELG.

J. A.~SAND0

is instructed by Mrs. Collison (who has left the

State) to srll

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS.

_Further particulars later._ " THIS DA?, at 11 o'clock.

AT THE ADELAIDE AUCTION MART,

46. GRENFELL-STREET.

SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO,

AND EFFECTS.

REMOVED FROM NORTH ADELAIDE AND

KENSINGTON.

G. E. C. STEVENS & CO.

bave received Instructions to sell, as above

UPRIGHT GRAD PIANO, Music Stool, Cabi-

net, Chesterfield Couch, Easy Chairs, Axmin- ster and Brussels Carpets, DRAWING-ROOM SUITE, Ornaments, Glassware, WALNUT and BLACKWOOD SIDEBOARDS, Saddlebag Dining Suite, Extension Table, E.P. Wale, Overmantels, Desk, WATERCOLORS and OIL PAINTINGS, Sewing Machine. Dinner Service, Tea Sets, Dinner Waggon, Cutlery, i "'Fenders and Irons, Hearthrugs, Mats, BED

- ROOM SUITES (in Walnut, Oak, and Kauri), * Bingle and Double Bedsteads, Chest of

1 Drawers, Curtains, Linoleum, KITCHEN

FURNITURE, Copper, Tubs, fee., kc

THIS DAY (VWdneiday), May 4, 2 pm

GILLES ARCADE BAZAAR.

42 HORSET~4.2

J. W. SHANNON

will sell by auction

For the owner

Truck good Draught and Light HORSES.

For Vinous owners

8 Good Draught Geldings, all farm work Bar Ponj, broken to all harness

80 Draught, Medium, and Light Hones

___

TOMORROW (Thursday), May 6, at 12 o'clock

noon.

ON THE PROPERTY, JOHN STREET, HIND

MARSH, AT THL TRAMWAY 1ERMINUS.

GENUINE CLEARING aALE.

CARRD_R*S PLANT

BARKER BROTHERS

are Instructed by Mr J. R Dring, who is retiring from business, to sell by auu'oi

OA FIRST - CLASS DRAUGHT HORSES, MV good workers

2 Ponies, Pony Sulky, and Harness

7 TROLLIES, 1 Timber Carnage, Furnitun

Van, do Dray, 2 Coal Drays, Waggonette. 89 Sets Trolly Harness, 7 ¡sets Spring Dray

Harness, Plough, Harr««, and Sundries

SHED, 168 ft long, co mung, ill no-els

Galvanized Iron, and Mjnge-s, ace._ i " FRIDAY, May 6, at ?> o'clock.

JOHN BULL BAZAAR.

50 HOff 50

BARKER BROTHERS

will sell by auction

For Mr J A Murphy, Oodnadatta

2 TRUCKS FIRST-CLASS HORSES, from 8 to

7 years, principally broken and in good

condition.

For various owners 30 Heavy and Light Horses.

TUESDAY, May 10, at 12 o'clock noon.

JOHN BULL ß\MAR.

100 T 100

BARKER BROTHERS

will sell by auction

For Mr Jo«eph Gall, Kingston

5 TRUCKS SUPERIOR DRAUGHT COLTS

and FILLIES, the well known JAL con- joined brand

The above consignment are 3 and 4 years old, in tip-top condition, suitable for Carriers,

Farmers, and others.

Fo> Mr Geo Gibson, Robe

RA FIRST-CLASS HORSES, consisting oi *)" Draughts Trolly .lorsss, Spring Cart,

and Light Harness Sori.3, Butchers' Cobs, and Ponies, few good pairs

The above are mostly broken, some thoroughly educated, 4 and 6 years old, ano n good condition

AT WILSON.

On WEDNESDAY, May IL

W. P. REED & CO.

will feU by auction 45 Head CATTLE 11 Hones

And anything el>e offering._^^^

THURSDAY. May 12. at 2 o'clock.

(The day after the Adelaide Chip.)

JOHN BULL BAZAAR.

ANNUAL SALE.

THOROUGHBREDS, RACEHORSES, Sx.

' BARKER "BROTHERS

will sell by auction, as above

For-Messrs. J. H. Aldridge, C. R. Goode, W. E.

Goode, A. B. McLean, W. Burns, and others.

_Early entries invited._

E. LAUGHTON & CO.,

STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. " CURRDE-CTREET. ADELAIDE,

Hold Sales as follows:

MONDAYS . FAT CATTLK

W-nimnAY3 \ SHEEP LAMBS.

WEDNESDAYS./(JALVES and PIGE TTTESDAYS.\

THURSDAYS. \ HIDES, SKINS, ka. SATURDAYS . J

Prompt Account Sales and Cash Settlements.

Telegraphic Address

"LAUGHTON COMPANY." Adelaide.

Telephone 274. 7Snalo

PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS.

Under this heading (if prepaid), 14 words, Sixpence.

~\ A.A-MUSIC " FOR THE MASS-â

.*-*?' ROYAL ROAD TO PIANO PLAYING. A

MARVELLOUS METHOD.

The NAUNTON COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 149, RUNDLE-STREET, first floor, upstairs, over Hall's Piano Warehouse, Is now open to receive Pupils. The NAUNTON System of Music and of learning to Play the Piano is new, and dispenses completely with the drudgery of learning by the old system. There afe no clefs, no flats, no sharps, no theory, no scale., nor exercise practice. We guarantee to teach you to read Music at sight and to play the Piano perfectly by the Naunton Method within one term of six weeks, or to return your money. It is the only recognised system in the world by which you can learn to play the Piano without drudgery. We have no failures-the Music is perfect in every detail. Don't be sceptical. Call at the College. Hours-10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fee, £3 3/ for full term.

J. WILLIAM SMITH, ¡

vl2* Proprietor and Manager.

THE LITTLE GOLD BAND

The Wedding Ring. The little strip of Circled Gold that binds together

44 For Better or For Worse" May be you'll have need of one soon.

Our Assortment of Wedding Rings is one every Bridegroom should see.

Broad-Medium-and Narrow Bands-in different weights and carats -and

all are made on the premises.

Splendid flTjHl Values.

?"STOTT O-fiLÄTBarOir 0-A.X.-C £*---_-> *E«0~E& OTJ-Z, &A-?J-XmO&-~~a

We give a Handsome Wedding Present to all who Purchase their Wedding

Rings from us.

PERRYMAN & CO.» Watchmakers and Jewellers, 56» King William-street.

PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS.

AS. AN» B.T. ACADEMY Students are in çon

. stant demand and receive tiiC best appoint- ments. Day or Eiening Instruction. Individual attention. Preparation for all Examinations. Latest results:-Lt place, le-kral Civil Ser.ice, 1010; let place, with Honors, and 12 Passes, btate Civil Service.' 1910. In 19.'8 F.rst Position in Shorthand and lypc-wriiing in wliole of Australia was gained at the Federal Lxamination. v 120-2,4 ADELAIDE Boudoir. - Lodi«' Hairdressing,

Shampoo ng, Face, Scalp Massage, Mani- curing.-Next Schlork's, Gawler-pl._vl24,7-9

A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.-Earn your own

living.ladits. In order to secure the workers, we to urgently require we are giving away free-for a limited time only-10,000 of the latest improved Torchon Lace Loom, on purchasing our 29 pat- terns, instruction book, 24 bobbins, and thread to commence (cairiage paid by us to the Adelaide railway-station) lor £1 2/6, and to give you written guarantees to purchase all Lace at highest prices, ana to return your money if the loom doe«, lot do all we represent. Send 3d. for our "Practical Lacemaker." Our only address Torchon Lace Co., 11, Empire Buildings, Flinders street, Melbourne. vSfn.M.s.S. 8lOwi:292

DEEHIVE KNTTTTNG MACHINE will enable yon

?*-* to earn from £1 a week in your spare time making Hosiery for us. No previous experience necessary; a pleasant occupation, and wa will buy all you make.

Write for full particulars.

BEEHIVE KNIT11NG MACHINE CO..

Cromwell Buildings, Bourk« street, Melbourne. _ vliO-SOAl/3

G LEEK, with shipping experience; good ap-.

pointment and possibi.ities; good salary;

must have energy and address. Credentials io I Box 526. G.P.O. _ 123-5

BHAPERY.-Traveller, smart, wholesale man, j

represent Me bourne warehousemen nianufae- ' tures, turnout provided.-"liUbliahed," this office. . _V124-5

GAS and Oil Engines taught by mau. Be an

expert and double your income. Write ior particulars Howard's Correspondence College, Grenfell-st,, Adelaide._123-5

"JAMES FORDHAM. Artistic Hair Worker,

ti Ladies' Toilet ballin, 66, Pirie-street, Cty.- | 1 ace Massage, Scalp Massage, Shampooing, Hair-, dressing, Manicuring, kc, by compétent Lady Assistant. Ladies' Combings made up any style.

_Vll7iwa43

LADY or Gentleman, teacher English and other

subjects, sanier ard higher. Apply, staling qualifications, to * Clastic" thi» office. 124-bO -VfEGLECTED Education Spoiled your ohancet ¿\ OH or write penonally, or by maiL We can help you over that d.ffi.ulty. Woitfi euquir. ing at any rate, for education counts.-Howard's Commercial and Correspondence College, Grenfeil street,___ 121-6,7

/-YPPOR"rUNITY for thoroughly commonjense vA Woman to employ ¡time to Financial Advan- tage.-"Vires," this office._vl24

"POLICE Exams. Preparation personally or by X. maU. CaU or write Howard's College, GrenfeU-st._Va'-.

PORT ADELAIDE INSTITUTE (Incorporated).

Bookkeeping Class, conducted by W. J. Brook, H.M.I.A.S.W., every Thursday Evening. Students wanted, either sex. Fees from 10/ per quarter. _?124,7

SHORTHAND MADE EASY.

SUCCESS.

Entirely new and perfected system of teaching Pitman's Shorthand. Difficulty in reading

banished.

GTeat salaries are paid to thoroughly qualified

skilful shorthand writer». We have the secret of j success, and can teach you personally or by mail. I Call or write at once.-Howard's Commercial and Correspondence College, th< Leading Auttralian Experts, Gnaifell-street, Adelaide;_vl'4-6. , TlWO Junior Hale Teachers wanted at Deaf and,

Dumb Institution, Brighton. Salary, £2S per annum, with board and residence. £12 an-

nual increment until it reaches £100, if satisfac-. tory. Apply Superintendent. vl20-2,4 ' fTTl7'ANTKD, Porition, bv a First-class Expe- lí» rienced Ohumist; marni-d, unregistered. Ad- dress, "ExlTact," V.O., Hindmarsh. . V124.

WANTED, good Surgeon Dentist; superior posi-

tion to good man.-"Goldfiller," this office.

VZ124-9 '

WANTED, few private evening lessons Book-

keeping. Terms to "Student," this office.

WANTED, private evening tuition. Arithmetic,

English, French. State terms, 4c, "Once," this office._._vlzi

YOUTH, smart, for Office, knowledge shorthand

and typewriting.-Adelaide Glass Bottle Works. Kilkenny. 122-4

PERSONS WANTED.

Under this heading (if prepaid), 14 words, Sixpence. ACTIVE Boy«; just leaving school preferred.

A. Simpson k Son, Ltd., Gawler-pl. 270c CITY Finn requires Office Boy; just left

school preferred. Apply "Estates," this i._119c_

STRONG Lad for smith's shop.-Clarke Bros.,

Franklin-st._122-4

YOUTH or Young Man, single, for ham shop; some experience.-"Clean," this of

123-4

A

office

A A"

AGENCY "Reliable."-Cook, 20/; Generals, 14/;

Waitresses, 15/; 3 Servants, hotel; Generals, 15/ (staiion),-Grote-st. 123-4

ASSISTANT. General Store, van rounds; single

preferred; salary, references.-Kleemann and

Phillips, Murray Bridge. -123-6

à CLEAN, respectable Young Woman, general

duties; other help kept; wages 15/.-Mrs, Balfour. Bellavue-pl., off Northgate-st, Unley Park. Z12S-4

A RESPECTABLE Youth, private house, good

driver, generally usefuL-Balfour's, Bundle

street. 1123-4

A WORKING Housekeeper, for country, good _.'V home. Apply morning's.-Mrs. Gully,

Young-st., Parkside. 123c

ACTIVE Boy wanted.-Shierlaw k Co., tailors,

Hindley-st_ 124c

AT Miss Townsend's, Pulteney-st.-Cooks (Gaw-

ler, Pirie, seaside, 30/, 20/), Waitresses,

Wardsmaids.

AT Miss Townsend'Sj Pulteney-st.-Parlormaids,

Housemaids, Generals, Laundry-Housemaids,, Kitchenmaids, Cooks (stations). '

AT Gooden's, opp. Town HÖH.-Barmaids,

Waitresses (country), Cooks, Housemaids, Generals, Housemaids, Cooks (private).

A T Mrs. Pbiliir* Flinden-st.-Cook (30/), Wa.it

_fl_ ress 17/6, Housemaid, General (15/, together, country)._ A T Mrs. Phillips.-Gérerais, Kitchenmaid (city), _r\ Parlormaids (15/), Nursery Governess (sta tion), Young Girls (helps)._,

A T McSweeny's.-Wanted, Station Ciouple Jr\. (££0); Waitresses, Housemaids, Barmaid, country; Generals, Western Australia; Laundry maid, others._ AT McSweeny's.-Wanted, Kitchenman, 20/; Sta-

tion Cook Helps; «Jooks, 30/, 20/; Gawler;

awaiting, good Servants._

A GOOD General wanted; good wages.-Mrs.

Leverington, Booyoolie Hotel, Gladstone.

_124-5

A-RIALTO, Victoria-sq.-Married Couple (£80)

Cooks (Victor Harbor, Port Wakefield, hdtels, all parts)._'_

A -RIALTO.-Laundry Housemaids, Parlor

-Í~J- maids, Housemaid, Nursemaid, SO Generals, Waitress (country hotels), Ladyhalps, Useful Boj. AT Tilley'«, TPultency-st.-Cooks, 20/, 25/, City,

. Pirie, Victor Harbor), Waitress (Pine), Housemaids, Parlonr-eJds._ \T Tiller's.-6 Barmaids (2 together, Broken

Hill, Port Pirie, City), Ladyhelpa, Kitchcn

maids, Pantrymaids, Housekeepers._ ATilley's.-Boots, Ostlers, Boots (city hotels,

20/), Ostler, country, 20/); Buttons; 53 Generals._ A YOUNG Girl, to Assist Housework.-Mrs.

_ Genders, Pier-st.. Glenelg._124-5

B'OY Wanted, for Smith's Shop; constant.-A.

1 Dinning, Hindmarsh._ 124-5

BUILDER'S Laborer; top wages.-Hall, job, opp.

Lrwi«', Burwood-avenue, Nailsworth._ BOY wanted, with knowledge grocery trade pre-

ferred. -rSweeny, Town and Country Stores,

«iouger-rt._12¡ 6

ÖY wanted for our Port Office.-Berry Hodgson,

and Co., timber merchants, Port Adelaide.

_124-5

OYS, for packing room, &c, .wa^d, at once;

references required.-The Coliseum, Rundle-st.

124-6

B

BOOT Trade.-Wanted, Labor, in Pi ess De

. partaient; good wages; constant.-Adelaide Boot Factory. Unley._12S-5

BOY wanted for Books and Stationery, good op-

portunity.-Methodist Book Depot, King Wil liam-st._ BRICKLAYERS wanted. Apply John Martin,

new warehouse, Rundle-st.-Sutherland and Story._

OYS wanted, at once.-Fredk. Herring, Marble

brks. "West-ter. -»mm

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PERSONS WANTED.

»Y, «mart and energetic, errands and useful;

7/6. Apply E. Oaten, 64, Hindley-st, 124-6 BOOT Trade.-Machinists, Skiver, and Girls to

learn the trade.-Enterprise Shoe Factory, Anster-avenue, off Curria-st.

BOY. for Hardware Warehouse, leaving school

preferred.-"Manasite," this office. 123c

BOY wanted at once.-W. G. Stokes, Bootmaker,

Gawler-pl., Adelaide. 123-4 BRICKLAYER wanted, good one,

. stone work.-B, Barron's Job,

B

that can do Crcmorne-st.,

122-4

B

OY wanted.-"ÁdrertiMer" General Printing

office._ 61c

OY, about 13 or 14, just left school preferred.

-A. Crodt, corner Pirie and FujMmey tra.

121-6

/"CHANCE learn, ever-wanted trade, Apprentice, v> Baking, all branehes, good wagea. "Chance," this office. _123-5

CCARPENTER wanted.-H. Barnett, Burwcod-av.,

- Nailsworth. 1¿3 4

CABINETMAKER Wanted; Constant work for

Good Hand.-C. A. Hepworth, Gilbert-st.

west. 123-5

COOK, at once, fish and grills.-Archer's'Oyster

Saloon, opp. Port Station. 123-5

(1ANVAS8ER. good household lines, wages and

J commission reliable man. Age, reference, "30," this office. 123-4

COLLARMAKER WANTED

Permanent employment for good man.

Apply HOLDEN k FROaT. Grenfell-Btreet, Ade-

laide. 123c

,/"1LERKS, Shop Assistants, Salesmen, can con \J siderdbly increase their earning powers by learning to write advertisements. We can teach you. Write or call for particulars to-day.-Page Davis Advertising School (Frederick Heed, Ci-1.,

monwealth Manager), 3rd floor, Bowman Build-

ing, King Wildam-street, Adelaide. 113 wai«,

CANVASSERS.-Men and women call and see

latest household novelties. Apply early. - Universal Supply Ccmpaay, 20, Gay'B Arcade.

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O

ITY OF UNLEY.

APPOINTMENT OF CLERKS.

APPLICATIONS wiH be received until Noon of Saturday, the 7th inst,, for the undermentioned positions:

1. CLERK, in Town Clerk's Office, at £52 per

annum. Shorthand Writer and Typist pre. ferred.

2. CLERK, in City Surveyor's Office, at £52 P«*r

annum.

3. JUNIOR CLERK and Typist, at £26 per an-

num. \

Applications in own handwriting, accompanied by testimonials, must be under cover and en- dorsed:-(1) "Clerk, Town Clerk's Office;" (2) "Clerk. Surveyor;" (3) "Junior."

Office experience and age must be stated. Par- ticulars of duties obtainable from the undersigned.

Canvassing any member of the Council, directly or indirectly, will disqualiiy.

JOHN B. MILLER, Town Clerk. Municipal Offices, Unley,

_3rd May, 1910. zl24-5z

COOK wanted, for Station. Apply 23, Waymouth

_st.. Adelaide._-124-6

COLLARMAKER. HARNESS-MAKER, AND

APPRENTICE,

wanted at once.

124-6 ^_ " - S.' BOWER,_Medindie.

i^lARPENTER, Good Man, for Second"Fixing.-H.' *-* J- Sanders, Killicoat-st., North Unley.

/".«OAT, Trouser,, and Vest Hands wanted, or Im

"-_ prover to Coats.-Kilmartia, Riverton.

/CARTERS, for Buildin/r Stone; also, Screening» w Quarries, near Magill.-Rockdale «"tuarrifi, Limited, Gay's Arcade._124-5,7

TTVRESSMAKER,' by day, Children's Dresses. J-' "State Terms," this office.

DRESSMAKERS.--Bodice, also Skirt Improvers,

constant employment.-Mrs. M. Burmeister,

ir. Ai «.ide._____'

T\RESSMAKINO.-Wanted, Smart Improver. Ap -L' ply Miss Booth, Maricei Buildings, Port.

DRESSMAKERS.-First-clafs Assistants want-c1.

-Mrs. Lawrence, above Misses Sierp, opp. Foy & Gui'-)ii._ .-24-5

?pt. k -W. MURRAY. LTD., have Vacancy for J.J» Lad for office. Apply by letter, Manager, Adelaide Bvot Factory, Un'.cy. _124-6

DOMESTICATED General Help, family 3,~no

washing, 15/.-Mrs. Martin, Robe-ter.; Wal- kerville car. 122,4

EXPERIENCED Nursery Governess, for station,

two children. State salary, all particulars.

"Exhibition," this office. _ 124-6

"ITIXPERIENCED Bulloekdriver, with references. 42- Apply Wt-duescay, James Carr, 12, Grenfcll «treet._ EXPERIENCED General wanted. - Mr. T. J.

Hannam, Dover-st-, Malvern. '_ IT*RRANb Boy want-d Apply Vf' R. Pounsett,

.- engraver, Mur-h-Il's Chan.btrs, Rundle-st., Adelaide._____ 1 EXPERIENCED Waitress wanted. Apply

li Grant'» Coffee Palace. Hindley-st. 1235

OR NORTHERN STATION.

F

MARRIED COUPLE, SCOOPMBN, BOUND-ART RIDERS, MUSTERERS, COLT-BREAKERS.

Elder's Back Store-, Wednesday, 9 o'clock.

RST-CLAJSS Tailor wanted; permanent, good wages.-Hicks, Southgate, & Co., Twin-st. _124-6

TRLS waited for Manufacturing Department.

Wigir & Son, Southwark. 97-124

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.rXENERAL, family two; another maid; wages KA 16/.-Mrs. Isaacs, Melboume-st. west. N.A.

123-4

aDJL wanted, assist in dining-room.-E. S.

Ohamings, City Dining Room, Hindley-st. | _1234

GIRL (17) to assist at light housework; Satur-

day afternoon and evenings off.-Wedler,

? Rundle-st._123-4

(GENERAL wanted; no cooking. Apply next

, *___ Black Swan Hotel^Northter._123-4_ I /-"JJjaL for Housework, few hours daily, after i vX noons preferred; no washing.-"Seaside,"

Post-Offlce, Semaphore._124-6

GENERAL or Kitchenmaid wanted; evenings

given^-"Nyanza,^' 2 Hutt-st., City._ ¡O.IRL, leaving school. Office Work; small salary. aJT -9, Basement, Citizens' Buildings, opp. . Town HalL___

j ¿TV-- wanted, used Housework and children;

I V* Bleep home.-Mrs. Barnes, 218, Franklin-st.

s-124

/-^.OOJ» Coat Hands wanted. Apply Parker and \ VX Co., King Wilht-q-rt._124-6

|/"^LENELG Gymnasium.-Instructor wanted, vX evening classes. Apply by letter.-li. W. . Varley, Glenelg; or Waymouth-st._124-5

eOOD General, no washing.-W. Dittmar, _Gawler-pl. 124-5

G

.OOD Glut Hand Wanted. Apply 8 a.m.,

Gambling k McDonald, Plrie-et.

GIRLS, Bookbinding Department, for Packing , and 4-to Binding.-Hussey at Gillingham, Currie-st. 124-6

/""J.TRL wanted, light household duties. Call ? Vf after lu, Mrs. Scott, 206, King William-3t. GALVANIZED Ircrawcrker, at once.-W. J. Sim

mons, corner Third and Bist streets, Bromp i ton. 124-5

H' AIRDRESSER. for Country, gocd Wages, good

man. Apply 4, Mill-st., off Gouger-st.

I_Z12.1-5

HOUSE-Parlormaid wanted, temporary position.

Apply We-Inetday and Thursday nights, or Thursday morning.-Miss'Shiels, corner of East and i South terraces._

AIRDRESSING.-Wanted, Good Man. Apply

Armbruster k Uhlmann, 151, Rundlc-st.

ÜOT'S~l[]abo7"ÖfBces7-Bank-it-Wanted. Ex

perienced Single Farm Hands; highest wages. Apply immediatelv._ HUNT'S Labor Offices. - Wanted, Carpenter

(country job), Station and Farm Couples, Knockabout Farm Hands._

HUNTS Labor Offices.-Wanted, Single Gar-

deners, Hotel Ostler, Youth as striker, Sta

tlon and Farm Youths._ HEALY'S, Royal Exchange.-10 Farm Hands

25/, 6 Cooks SO/, Housemaids, Waitresses, General», Bannaids._

HITTMANN'S Labor Offices.-Blacksmith, coun-

try shop; Dairy Youths, Station Lad, Farm Knockabouts, Single Gardeners._

HITTMANN'S Labor Offices.-Farm Couple, no

children, house provided; Farm Hands. 25/; youths, Boys._ HOUSEMAID. Apply Mrs. James Gordon, Mil-

ler's Corner.Glenelg. Fare_p_u___122-4

I RONERS.-Wanted," Good" Shirt Hands. Apply

Standard Laundry, Gougcr-st., City. 124-6

IRONWORKERS, roof, Well-st!- Stepney, "8.80

a.m. _ TtJNIOR Ledgerkteper Apply Box 30, Port. J* A 124-5

PERSONS WANTED.

JUNIOR for Office; previous experience preferred.

Apply, with reiereneee, E. Malpas, 38, Way mouth-st. _124-6

KIND Person take charge Little Boy, over 2

years. Apply 8.30 Wednesday night, 166, Pulteney-Bt__ LAD for Solicitor's Office, with previous office

experience, able to typewrite; salary, 12,6. Apply own handwriting, addressed to "Legal," this office. _1»' i

LADS wanted, who have bean at the trade

preferred. Apply batwecn 9 and 10, A. Simpson k Son, Ltd., Gawler-pl._97e

T ADY, learn Face, Scalp Massage, Shampoo 'j- ing, Artistic Hairwork.-Toilet Salon, C6, Pirie-st._122-4

LIGHT Work for Boys, packing Lion Brand Pro-

prietaries. Apply Lion Factory, Nortn-ter.

_ 122 4 LOCAL Girl, assist Light Housework; Sundays

! free; sleep home; referencs. Apply Brooks, fariide, Norwood. _

RS. PAYNE'S Registry, Hindniarsh.-Wanted, !

a General, at once. _

A O H I "ST I S T 8.

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WANTED. SMART SHIRT MACHINISTS; aLo IMPROVERS for sr.rae.

Constant employment.

Manager, Gooda, Durrant, k Co., Ltd., Grote st.

_ li3 5 MAN, assist in bakehouse, to make bread, for

country.-Hall k Co., New Market. _ MARRIED Couple, for Country; husband, handy

man, wife, cook and housekeeper; perma- nent.-"Married," this office. 122c

MACHINISTS.-Beginners and Improvers, for

Plain Sewing; constant.-Austral Manufac-

turing Coy., Morphett-st._123-7

MRS. 'GRAY'S Registry Office, Removed from

"DaUton," 2b8, Fiiw'eis st., to 228, King Wiiliam-st.. opp. K.ng"s Head.-Wanted, Gene- ráis ur.d Light Generáis, Kitchcnmaids, good Wait-

resses, &x._ 124,6-7

ÂCHIN1STS.-Wanted Skilled Hands and Im

. provers; constant; good wages. Shins and Clotldng, juvemli.-H. C. Clisby, Greniell-st,

12¿-6

.\rUBSEMAID, look after baby, light house -i-> dutks. 8 to 6 daily.-Mrs. Perry, "Canaia,"

K.ngston-ter., N.A.

"PLASTERER, in Kadina, 13/ per day; fares ?L paid; long Job.-T. Howlett, Kadina. 123-4

"pAlNTER and Paperhanger, for Country, Good ' AT man. Apply "Zerbe," care Vost, Rundle-i street._' IJLASTEKERS, piecework. Apply Walker's job,

Henley- Beach north, or l«ailway-ter.. Croy- don, west. . JíZ-í

PRINTERS.-Wanted, «mart Youth, as Turnover.

Apply, stating wages, experience, "Times," Crystal Brook. _ 123-6

PHOTOGRAPHY.-Girl leam Mounting, Spot-

ting, Burnishing &o.; commencing saLiry_ McNeill's, photographers, 184, Rundle-street.

IiAlNTERS wanted.-F. Wickes, Painter "añil

Signwriter, Gawler-place.

AINTER-First-class Brush Hand, between 10

and 11.-A. Pretty, North-ter.

PRUNERS. - 4 wanted for 150 acres vines;

wages 7/. Apply Wooroora. Vineyards, River-

ton. 122-4

-pESPEOTABLE

AT ONCE.

CHARLES BIRKS k CO.

KESPECTABLE Boy, about 14. for Softgoods

Sample Room.-W. G. McKay, Alexandra

Chambeis, 27, Grenfell-st. j

RESPECTABLE GirlB wanted.-John Vl'dtou,

Adelaide Confi"tionery Work-., Twiu-t-t.

RESPECTABLE single man, drive milk cart;

no milking.-"Milk Depot," ¡this office. | K~ESTAUBAXT Waiter Wanted] Apply Grant's

' Coffee Palace, Hindlcy-st 124-6 ¡

S

MART Boj-s wanted.-John Walton, Adelaide |

Confectionery Works, Twin-st._

iCiMART Boy; just left School preferred.-E. Par

»O ton k Co., Grenfell-st._124-5 I

SCHOLASTIC Agency, Royal Exchange.-Gover-

ness, meet lady 3 (others); Lady Nurses

, (daily, resident) ; interviews._

SCHOLASTIC Agency, Royal Exchange.-Lady

helps, two together, suburb, 11; Housemaids, high wages; Maids; many interviews Ao-day.

SALESMAN-Canvasser, for established agency;

understanding photo work preferred; perma- nent position.-"Estate," this office._124-6

SMART Office Boy wanted. Appy D. k 3.

Fowler, Limited. Adelaide,_3124-5

TRONG Youth wanted for Wheelwright's Shop.

Apply H. Bowen, Kensington. Z124-6

IS'

s

TRONG Boy wanted, leam Collarmaking. Ap

'_ ply E. Oaten, 64. Hindley-st,_124-6

SMALL Errand Boy wanted.-M. Edwards, den-

tist, Kiryr William-st_ SMART Boy wanted.-Scrymgour k Sons, printers

and stationers, 113, King William-st. 124-6 CJMART Assistent Waitress wanted. Apply >? Grant's Coffee Palace, Hindley-st. 128-5

SMART J~U N iVr C L b'r'K

WANTED. Apply

SECRETARY,

JOHN MARTIN & COY., LTD. 122-4

IS'

TEADY, Active Man wanted for piggery work.

Apply John Lee, Plympton. 122-4

j ÇJMART Junior Clerk and Intelligent Boy""to I O learn trade.-Jones Bros., drapers, Port and

I Semaphore. 120-2,4

I "TWO Youths, used foundry preferred; constant I -L - job, smart lads; age, wage.-Crown Foundry, ' Laura._180-4

TWO Carpenters at Cement Works, Brighton.

Telephone, Central 717. _ zlïî-4

rpiROUSERS Hand, indoor or out; also Boy, Ap -I- prentice.-E. L. Hughes, tailor, North Ade- laide.__123-4_

TAILORING.-First-class Coat Hands wanted at

once.-Fredk. Walsh, Qawier-pl. 123-5

TAILORING.-Coat Hands wanted.-Fredk.

_Walsh, Gawlcr-pl._123-5

TROUSERS, Coat, and Vest Hands wanted, In

door cr outdoor.-E. J. Dawes, Rundle-st

128-6

mROUSERS and Vest Hands wanted.-G. J. -? Hardwick, 196,_King WUliam-st._124-6 TAILORING.-Trousers Hands wanted at once;

con«tant.-Seary k Barns. Rundle-st. 124-8

¡-?plAILORING.-First-class Trousers Hand; per J- manent: constant employment.-Angus and Gosling, 41, Rundle-st._ (TTTÄILORING.-Experienced Vest Hand; perma -L nent; constant employment.-Angus and Gosling. 41. Rundle-st._ TAILORING.-Coatmakera wanted, constant,

piece or weekly, guaranteed.-E. Wiener,

Grenfell-at._124-5

UPHOLSTERERS.-Improver and Lad wanted.

Apply A. R_JWen¿el, 6i, Pirie-st, City._ "V-'ACANCIES for two well-educated ProbaUonew. V Apply personally, Kent-terrace Private Hos- pital. 12*>-4

Y ACANCHES for Two Junior Clerks, general

work, and also Smart Shorthand and Type- writing Clerk; first-class openings. Apply, by I letter, giving references to "Bonus Bonum," this ' office._123-5

ANTED, Two Good Carpenters. Apply L.

Harris, North-terrace.

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YX7A1TRESS.-D. Politis & Co., opposite Town

VV Hall, King William-st._

WANTED, a Youth, about l8 years, used to

horses. Apply Dr. R. H. Hamilton, Unley road._124-6

WANTED. General Help; light place; no chil-

dren. Apply after Seven, Mrs. E. White,

M» Tyntcst., North Adelaide._124-6

ANTED, General, Housemaid kept. Apply Mrs. Chas. Hayward, "St. Helen's," Stanley. st.. North Adelaide._

*t"**7ANTED, couple Concrete Shovellers, imme

IÏ dutely. Apply foreman Goodwood P.O. job. or Flicker, Queenstown. _

ANTED, Good Plasterer, to plaster room, fas.

E. Foyle, Robert-st., North Croydon. _

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'ANTED, Junior Clerk, as Type and Shorthand

Writer.-Reid Bros., Flinders-st., Adelaide. _124-6

ANTED, Kind Person, to a.'opt Pretty Baby Girl; very bright. Apply "Brightie," this

WANTED. Good Driver, for Milk Delivery;

no milking.-Cresdee Bros., 112, Beulah-rd.,

Norwood. I

WA

ANTED, strong Youth for Delivery work;

good wages.-The National Clothing Co.,

Limited. James-pl._124-6 j

WANTED, a Laundry-Housemaid, for Unley.

Apply Mrs. Stirling, Glasclune, High-st.. j Unley, on Wednesday or Thursday evenings; or Mount Lofty on Saturday._»124-6

WANTED, at once, General; sleep home pre- .

ferred. Apply Mrs. Waite, 4, Paltn-pl.,

1 Hacines. , «12- I

PERSONS WANTED. Tir ANTED, LAD FOR

Apply

MILNE & CO..

GRENFELL-STREET.

WANTED, good General, for Broken Hill;

wages 12/. Apply after 3, Ramsgate Hotel,

Henley Beach._ »124

[TANTED, Grocer, Junior, to assist in store. V Apply Geo. Williams. G. Wood, Son, k Co., North-ter. _?124-6

WANTED, good Furniture and Household Dra-

pery Traveller-, salary to begin £2 ¡I; turn- out provided; good opening for good man. Ap- ply "Furniture." this otflce._zlZ4__ WANTED kind Person to Adopt Baby Girl, en-

tirely given up. Apply "Baby," this

cfh ce.

ANTED, Practical Working Milliner and es.

perienced Saleswoman, tor country; only competent pensons need apply; good wages; ser v.ces commence May 28.-Good, Toms, k Co., Stephens-pl. 134-6

WANTED, a good Dressmaker, by the day. Ap-

ply Ramsgate Hotel, Heniey Beach. 124-6 7 ANTED, a young Girl, to sauist housework.

198, Frankiin-st. bleep home.

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""?""Ï7ANTED. respectable General or Help. Apply

v» Penon House, opp. Austral-ter., Unley-rd.

124-5

WANTED, at once, good General 8ervant, good

wages; take Walkerville tram.-Sussex Hotel,

Walkervale. __ WANTED, Good GeneraX~aüo Housemaid; no

washing; references required. Apply Mrs.

W. A. Moore, Broadway, Glenel,?._ 122,4,7

TJSTHEELWRIGHT, Good All-round Man; cou TT étant employment. Apply Frank Harris, Kooringa. 123-9

i TA-"ANTED, Competent Motor Car Driver. A- ply , j TV Dr. Swift. \ictona-Bq._123 o

WANTED, Two Good Bricklayera.-J. Horan! I

Ebor-av.,_West Adelailï. n_128-5 | IVX-"ANTED"to adopt Little Girl about 2 years; '

* » good borne comforts,-»'Mother," this ornee.

123-4

'ANTED, Nursery Housemaid, one cnild. Apply

morning, Mrs. Hele, 182. Hutt-st., city.

_____123-s_ WANTED, Experienced Hand for Label Sorting

and Packing; also. Boys.-Halliday Bros,, i Waymouth-st._103c

WANTED, Immediately, Mason, Plasterer, Car-

penter, Painters; top wages to competent 1 men. Apply Marsh, Booleroo Centre. 123-5_

7ANTED', two Male Typists, for invoicing. Ap-

ply D. k W, Murray, Ltd., Gawler-place.

128-6

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HITEWORKE B.S. WANTED, MACHINISTS AND IMPROVERS FOR LADIES' UNDLRCLOTH1NG; _lso SKlKTd

AND BLOUSES.

Manager, Goode, Dunant, b Co., Ltd., Grote-Bt, _123-5

WANTED, Girls, for paper bag and carton

making and foldina-. experienced girls pre- ferred.-Donald Taylor Collotype Co., Ltd., Ward- st-, North Adelaide._-123-5

WANTED, Lady's Companion, age about 25.

Apply Lady Boucaut, St. Leonard's, Glenelg, before half-past 11, or evenings.__123-5_ WANTED, Governess for country, teach two

children; state age,* salary, and denomina- tion.-Hillside Private Bag. Port Lincoln.

_j_rl23-5__

TANTED, good' General Servant. Apply J.

Firth. Avoca Hotel, Edwardstown. 123-4

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WANTED, Weavers; also Smart Boys and

Girls.-Torrenside Woollen Mills. West Thc

i barton._123-9

WARDSMAID wanted, 14/, Port Pirie HospitaL

t_123-5

WANTED, House-Parlormaid; references. Ap-

ply morning», Mrs. W. L, Ware, Brougham pi., North Adelaide._122-4

ANTED, General Servant; references.-Mri. Ringwood, camer Jeffcott, Wa.d streets, N-A.

__ 1-2-4 XXJANTED, Lad, for office and store. Apply G. VV Wall, c/o Harris Scarfe, Adelaide. m-4

rtTTTANTED! ¡T Married Couple, for farm, 'VV Lower North; relerences required. Apply G. T. Lane, GrenfeH-BL, between 11 and 12 a.m.

Z122-4

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WANTED, Capable Man, take charge Hairdress-

ing Business for 10 days, from May 9. "Urgent," Owen._f20**. WANTED, Strong Youth for litho. department;

also, Boys; good wages.-Sands and

¡ McDougall, Light-square._120-6

"IT/ANTED, for Country, userai Ladybelp, _11 VV duties, 15/ weekly; boy to help kept, "L.O.," Narraccorte P.O._112-20

ANTED, Youth, «me used to trade preferred. -A. Fischer k Bons, N.A. 63c

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YOUNG General, cook kept. Apply Mrs. J. H.

Aldridge, Rictunond Park. Train North-ter.

123,5

YOUNG Lady, play piano (hotel, country),

Housekeeper (country). General (20/, station), Waitresses.-Hittmann's Offices. _ """¿7"OUNG Girl, assist housework, no children;

-*- sleep home.-Mrs. Klllicoat, Fourth-av., East Ade.aide._ "VTOUNG Oeneral wanted, sleep home.-89, Angas

-*- street, City._ "\TOUNG Man (about 19), drive baker's cart; re X ferences.-P. E. Thomas, WoodvUle. 120-4

Kft MACHINISTS WANTED DU for White Work.

Also, IMPROVERS and APPRENTICES, Good wages, constant employment , Apply, Manager.

1 7118-24 1). & W. MURRAY, LTD., J»mcs-pL

MACHINISTS.

Experienced Machinists for Coats and Trousers. Also Improvers and Learners.

Constant employment; highest wages.

Apply New Factory,

& & E. WILLS $ CO.,

Pulteney-street. 120-6

TAILOBESSES.

Coat Hands wanted, able to baiet out and under. Also Smart Improvers.

Constant employment; highest wages.

Apply New Factory,

a. & E. WILLS & CO.,

Pulteney-street. 120-6

WANTED,

Experienced Traveller

FOB THE TIMBER TRADE.

Liberal Salary.

Apply by letter, stating experience, or person-

ally.

REID BROS.,

FLINDERS-STREET, ADELAIDE. 124c

WANTED,

EXPERnCNCED ASSISTANTS,

COOTHING AND MERCERY DEPARTMEBTS.

Apply JOHN MARTIN ft COMPANY. LTD.,

RUNDLE-STREET. 123-5

SITUATIONS WANTED. |

Under this heading (ii prepaid), 14 ,-ords, Sixpence AS Nurse to Invalid, Lady or Gentleman; good

testimonials; 16, weekly.-"Reliable," this office._"-12*

I A YOUNG Man wants position as Packer. Furri l_f\. ture Salesman, &c; experienced.-"Time Pay I ment," this office. _ BY Experienced Person, washing or a-«_M.rtg bv

the day, North Adelaide.-"Ccmpetont," this office;_ BY Harried Man, of Farm Erperience.-"Far-

mer," this office. _123-5

BY refined Youns Lady, Situation as House-

keeper or Companion; Norwood preferred. "May/' Jhis office._ DRAPERY.-You-ff Man seeks Situation, City

or country; 8 years' experience.-"Draper," this office. _123-5

DRESSMAKER, disengaged; thorough knowledge

Ladies' Tailor-made Coats and Skirts.

"359," this office._-124

QÂNDY~MAN or Driver, expert implements or

Laborer. Apply "Abstinence," this office. _124-7

JOBS taken, all House Repair; houses repointed

and bolted up; damp walls, «te-"T.W.," this office._128-5

AR RIED Man, with 2 sons, 10 and 20. carcTof

farm or vineyard.-"Trustworthy,"' Brigh-

ton P.O.

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'At MOORE'S-TO-DAY

AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN IN LADIES' HOSE.

1/11-ALL-WOOL HOSE-TO-DAY. IA

TTTTTRT? hOSfí are all the best quality and are all pure wool, in .Narrow Bil*

BroaTFancyRibs We want you to Ue these early to-day, and while thu lot last«

we guarantee a 1/11 Hose for I/«

? fflaSTr A-SSf^SMART CLOTH PALETOTS, full length, roll «fetched collat; ' At SffiÄ» b.ck, ^des-Brown, Gr^nd Nary, the-e «.

I worth 25/. To-day is Bergain Day, so out they go at 12/6 each.

WINTER DRESS GOODS- MMe,

SMART TWESDS-13/6 DRESS.

RP-sr<T4T lV« nVVsa-Theae Tweeds are All-Wool and in the Very "Uteit D*

bPECIAL 13/6 DÄJÄ^J-öcse Awe j w Brown. This Ime is a Wida - -

signs; Shades, Navy, farey, ureen, trulí¿ ", V m AT AXT) SKIRT Yon ^ Stripe Desien-those trat make such a Smart-looking COAT. iU\U öä.iäa. xob

Äften |?e the same kind of 1 weeds showing m other shops at 15/8 dree* See these Tweeds to-day. We don't ask you to buy. j

Í^/Il-Füll Dress Length, a grand rang, New Winter Drte Tw«d«, nice weighto,

in following shades:-Xavy, Green, Brown, Wine, and Black, these ara in Fancy Park Checks, and wouldmake* real smart Costume ^fr/^^1""^!!

OF STUFF YOU BUY IN RUNDLL-STREET AT 1/8 ÏAKU. MUQ<ra PRICE IS ONLY 5/11. _-_?_,_?- _ ,

1/-2TAVT SEBG3-1/

1/ Yard-All-Wool Navy Coating Serge. Thultae is a Real Plum, being AH-WwJ,

mee welhts, and a very coarse Twill. W11 give splendid.wear; also Intüga dve. Just the thing for a Costume; excellent for cmldreas wear. Thai» « 21 penny Serge, to day to go at 1/ per yard.

1/9 YD-NAVY OR BLACK SERGH.-1/9

SERGE 1/0 YARD-This line of Serge is a real bonny cloth-a nice prominent

Tmll-2 abides of Navy and a« Perfect Back, 42 inches wide Make. »»W | Costume, hang well, look we 1. and ite.r well We can rec ommend and gil aran«

tee this Serge being ordinary 2/3 yard gooda. To-day at MOORE S-l/9 pet

yard.

¡Moores

Sensational

-BLANKET

-VALÜES

4/6-BIG BLANKETS TO-DAY, ONLY 4/6 PAIR.

| TO-DAY 4/6 Pair-250 pairs of W ite Enghsb Blankets, measuring 50 x 70 inches,

heavy, wann, long wearing, worth 7/11, now only 4/6 pair.

THESE

MONSTERS

FOR

Double Bed,

10/6.

THE8B4

MONSTERS

. FOR

Double Bed,

10/6.

TO-DAY-10/0 Pair, the<e Monster DouDle Bed Blankets, heavy, warm, and «ve*

lasting wear '["his is a B'anket iwually sold at 14/6 -pair. lo-daj* M MOORE'S vou get these monsters for 10/6. __,. . , , , ' , ' AT 8"-rl YARD -HFAVY GREY FLAMNFL This v a real heavy, strong tuâtes»

for men's undershirts, worth 1/ yard, to day 8"¡d vard. ' AT 1/ EACH-36 in BLTNDS with Print Designs, as good as thoa© nsually «aw

at 1/11, Moore's price 1/ each.' _._.__-*"! "" ^

FLANNELETTES-SPECIAL, 3/11 D0Z.

AT 3/11 DOZEN-A real ding dong line of WHITE and PINK FLANNELEim I heavy Tw 11 which is a guarantee for good wear. This line w 32 inches wide.

TODAY 3/11 Dozen , __ .,__*» CRETONNES 1/11 DOZEN-8 500 yards Cretonnes, in real good patterns, in almost i anv color. These are 1/11 dozen whilp they last. <

QUILTS 3/11-12-4 WHITE H C. QU1LIS, Real Monsters, Heavy, and aro íianaU**

sold at 5/11 each, TO-DAY and while thev ]ast, only 3/11. __ » __ _ -_ .-ts-si iawi-_-r»é%# ^nnrnG RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMT»'

COUNTRY ORDERS attention.

PATTERNS SENA" POST FREE.

CHAS. MOORE & CO.,

CORNER VICTORIA-SQUARE AND GOUGEfe - STBEET,., -

S

1

GA5FITTÏNQ5

THE LATEST ART bESÏGNS SUITEb TO ALL KINDS OF GAS.

üeslgns Free SHOWROOMS- '""" on application. ' I24, 126a RUNt_LE STREET.

ona

O IES, 2E& _Z S.

Articles at MODERATE PRICES hav» always been a feature of Morris" stock.

Every Order is given the most exacting attention, regardless of the amount in-

volved.

MORRIS' SPECTACLE CfLEANER,

which will be sent upon receipt of Pennjf¿ Stamp. N

H. MORRIS, OPTICIAN, ' V

33, King William-street, Adelaide.

80aiul68EPif

» ADLY-FITTING Artificial Teeth are almost

""^ worse than none at all. Buying Teeth on Terms is a good way to make quite sure your Teeth FIT before paying for them. You take no rlsh. If we did not have every confidence In the Quality of our work and our ability to marte Teeth Fit, and Stay Fit, we could not matte the offer. Our Easy Payments System applies to country and city residents alike for Artificial Teeth, Fillings in gold, and other kinds. Hadn't you better see us right NOW ?

LIMITED

Buildings

KING WILLIAM^T-fferconnERciAL bank

SITUATIONS WANTED.

MAN, young, milk, drive, useful, used kitchen, _hotel or private.-"Seymour," .this office.

POSITION as Ladyhelp. in nice home; capabVs;

no washing. Apply "E. H-," this office.

___124-5^

PAPERHANGING, Painting, Coloring, General

Repairs; cheap.-J. Wiggins. 48, Carrington st. 122-5,7

PLAIN Needlework wanted by Competent Per-

son; very reasonable chirgn.- Ssctnutresa, *

this office.

I>ESPECTABLE P«r»ii wjnts work by the day,

»* washing or cleaning-.-"S.C.," this office.

KETTNED CJountry fiirl, like Position, Com-

panion or Ladyhelp, with homely people. Address "Elvie," G.P.O._¿ifo

tCJAILORMAN wants Situation; can paint, splice 1"^ do hotel work, and handy. Apply "Handy,"

this office. zlM

WANTED, bv Elderly Person, any Light Daily

Employment or Sewing.-"Moderatuni," this office. zl24

WANTED, by respectable Woman, Washing and

Cleaning, by the day.-"Mary," this office. _¿124

Y17TDOW. middle-aged, refined, thoroughly clean, tV domesticated, stood needlewoman, requires position Housekeeper.-"Neat.'Sthis office.

TX71DOW wants position Nurse-Needlewoman, or ¡ VV Nurse to invalid, or Companion elderly

couple.-"Cleanliness," this office.

"VTOUTH, little experience, wants position on J- farm; good home.-"W.G.C.," this office.

123-4

"""*7"0UNG Ladv, experienced, wants position,

-»- Shorthand, Typist, of general office work. "Anthony," this office.

YOUNG Man from country wants Light Em-

ployment, accustomed horses, can milk.

"Country," this office^_zl2t-<i

YOUNG Man wants situation, as Cook or Shop-

man, used to ham and beef shop.-"E.G.,"

this-office. | < -_-*_-=!

MISSING FRIENDS.

TF ROBERT M. TRAIN, of Midhorn, Carluke.

Scotland, will communicate with MORRI- SON k SMITH, Writers, Lanark, Scotland, it will be to his advantaga, 123-5

For Advertisements ,

relating to

Board and Residence.

Holiday Resorts

and

Lost and Found

See Page 5

i ' «

POULTRY, DOGS, BIRDS, *c

Under this heading (if prepaid), l8 words, ona

insertion, 1/, three insertions, 2/6._

REYHOUIiD "Hazeleigh," The Huntsman

"Roseleigh," now coming used, if mated whelp July, £5-0. 3, Small, Bath-st., New

Glenelg_ 184-S <

HAVE two Vacant Kennels; will lease two

Grevhounds coursing season.-A. I*. John» atone Petersburg_

ANTED, at «nee, reliable Inrubator, must la

good crdcr and «.heap, price and where seen-"Chicks," tnis office_ WANTED to Sell, Irish Terrier Pups, two

bitches, real good, from Colwyn Rue.-.

Armstrong, South ter , Thebarton._lag-*

TICK.

South Austral in Poultry Owners have found thU

the very best remedy for the Tick CURSE ia

PAULDING'S PHEiXYTAS.

Periodically dip the infested birds and spray io. tested houses and runs with Fauldtng's Phenytus, and there will be no further fear of tick.

FAULDING'S PHENYTAS IS ABSOLUTS DE\TH

TO THE T1CÎK. -StTaiwe

Printed and published daily by John Langdon Bonython (carrying; on busiuess as J. L. Bonython & Co ), at th» offices of The Advertiser, The Chronicler, and The Express, King Wüliam and Waymouth atreets. Adelaide, South Au»

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