JOHN FLOWER, Jun. Grocer and Tallow Chandler, Malton, is in immediate Want of an APPRENTICE
Yorkshire Gazette 5 March 1831
IS IN IMMEDIATE WANT OF AN
Letters (post paid) will be attended to.
York Herald 18 July 1808
GROCER AND CHANDLER, MALTON,
Is in Immediate want of an APPRENTICE,
A Steady Active Youth, willing to take care of a Horse, will be taken with a premium.
York Herald 31 August 1839
ROBERT WOODROFFE, AND CO.,
FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, MALTON,
are in immediate need of a respectable Youth as an APPRENTICE.
Yorkshire Gazette 29 October 1842
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
Family Chemist and Druggist, Yorkersgate, Malton,
Has a Vacancy for a respectable, well educated Youth as an APPRENTICE. Should it be preferred, he will have an opportunity of serving the Last Year of his Apprenticeship in one of the most fashionable Shops in the West End of London.
None but of steady habits need apply. Letters to be post-paid.
Yorkshire Gazette 5 November 1836
VETERINARY SURGEON, MALTON
Is in immediate WANT of a respectable
and well educated YOUTH as an APPRENTICE.
York Herald 15 July 1843
WM. HORSLEY, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
MALTON, is in want of a Respectable and well Educated YOUTH about Fifteen Years of Age, as an Apprentice. A premium will be required. Letters, Post Paid.
Yorkshire Gazette 28 February 1835