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. WANTED. W A ? TEr> ' an experienced Housekeeper.— Apply at Glenalvon, Jermyn-st. 40 VyANTED to Sell, Small Lot of Furniture; * * low price; bargain.—llo, Unlon-st. 65 VyANTED, experienced Waitress, also » » Pantrymald.—Cafe Cecil, Lower Queen zt *8 WANTED, 2 Bricklayer's Labourers.— •Won P * 0U Job, extrem e end of Upper TX7ANTED, Blliard .Table (second-hand), In \ B , oo<^ order : about J-size; convertible. —Apply Cue. 140, Star Office. 38 W A u TED 'n« r respectable person from » » Home, Office Cleaning or Work by the day—Address E.W.,_Newt on P.O. ?eS ryANTED, by respectable woman, WashryANTED to Kent, 10 or 12-r. House; iT s ?"fL b °ardlnghouB O ; within halfm nH? ' DeTon P° rt -—Address R.R., 148. \A/A i N'i-E'D, Man, make hdmself useful in * » bachelor's home, easy place; 10/ and found; must have best references.—Apply \X7ANTED, by superior lady, Position as Manageress, tea rooms or similar; good experience, posltious of trust.—Address Urgent, 142. Star Office. VyANTED, Second-hand Furniture, in ' » large or small quantities; write for our price before disposing elsewhere.—Address Buyer, 149, Star Office. 69 WANTED, Supply of Potatoes and Irontoark Pumpkins, free from blight, delivered Devonport weekly.—Price per ewt to Vendor, P. 0., .Devonport. 61 Ikia requires Situation, bread and smalls, town or country; age 26.— Thomas, 107, Welllngton-st., Auckland. 39 Marine Department, Wellington, 13th March, 1909. Applications will be received at this Office up to Noon of THURSDAY, the 23th March, 1909, for the appointments of Harbourmaster and Pilot at Manukau, and Harbourmaster, Pilot, and Customs Officer nt Hokianga. The salary attached to each appoiutinent is £220 a year, aud in addition to this a sum of £10 a year will be paid In each case for the performance of the duties of Inspector of Fisheries. In the case of the Harbourmaster at Manukau, a house allowance of £24 a year will be made. Applicants must be British subjects, must be not more than 45 years of age, must hold a certificate of competency as Master Ordinary, and must have had command of a vessel or vessels. The selected candidates will be required to pass the examination for pilots prescribed by the Harbour By-laws for ports where there Is not a harbour board. Applications must be accompanied by evidence of age. aud certificates of service at sea, and of good conduct and sobriety. The appointments will be subject to the Civil Service and Public Service Superaunuation Acts. By command. GEORGE ALLPORT, Secretary. PERSONAL LTT TVT —ANXIETY very great.—Com.XX.XUL. munlcate Jack. 50 DR LONG, of Jjondon.—Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swanaon-st. KS FOLLAS. Practical Midwife, Cray-cro£t-6t., Devonport, has Vacancies fpr ladles during accouchement; every convenlence; very - private. Terms moderate. U cT E. TURNER, M.1.M.M., M.Am.I.'M.E., M.1.M.E., Just returned from Europe after 17 years' mining experience there, and in America, Is prepared to undertake Any Class of Mining Wort.— Address Atawhla, Nelson. 52 SIBYL Clairvoyant and Peychometrlet, No. C, Severn-st., Khyber Piass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. w ADAME VOILA, Clairvoyant and Crystal Seer, 24, Karaka-st., Newton End of Upper Queen-st. Hours: 2 till 8. — Saturday, 2 till 5, ladies f 1«2 MADAME AZUCENA, the Talented Clairvoyant, may be consulted at 73, Weststreet (near Upper Queen-street). 137 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. KEP IT DAKK—ClarKe'e Hair Pye restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6. —Clarke, Chemist, 116. Victoria-st RING Tt TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. OR INDIGESTION and Kindred Complaints, try Partington's Whole Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria Flour Mills and Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-st., opp. Cemetery Bridgerd. Telephone 2552. TfiUCAMA: SURE ASTHMA RELIEF. Pasteur Vaccine Co., Paris, Inventors. All Chemists 4/ per tin. Try It- —Wholesale Agents, Surgical Supply Co., Ltd. M 484 HOWL'Y WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. "VT ETAPHYSICAL HEALING. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, P.T.A.. PsychoPhysician, CORiMiR UF SYAIONDS AND WELL.ESLEY STS. No Drugs. M 238 ATKONISED BY EVERY VICE-JREUAL FAMILY IN AUSTRALASIA. MISS McELWAIN lestabllshed 15 years). Specialist In Face and Scalp Massage, Hairdressing, Manicure, Pedicure, etc. PERMANENT REMOVAL of Superfluous Hair Fancy Costumes and Wigs tor Sale or Hire. Ornamental Hair in stock or made to order. Combings worked to any design, consultations Free. Correspondence Invited—Address 254, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 /"CONSULT TgJLLIOTT ON QKIN A FFECTIONS, AND QTOMACH fpROUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.80 to 9. J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria sts., Auck/and. ETTER THAN GOLD OR OIL SHARES —A Suit from Mcßride, Tailor and Ontfltter, Vlctorla-st. 50 STAB BRAND MULLET—From Every Grocer. „ BEAT Reductions oil all Stock aT Howie and Co.'s Great Sale. Tyres, Lamps, and all Accessories.—Howie, Newton. ARGE Line Travellers , Sample Pictures, gems for framing; sacrificed, 6d to 2/6; Investigate.—Chandler, Hall of Commerce, Hlgh-st PLIiYEL PIANOS, Horizontal nnd Dpright. — Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. —- S. Coldicutt, Manager. CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS—Yates' Reliable Seeds for best results.— Arthur Yates and Co., Seed Merchants. M 384 STAR BRAND MULLET—Hot Weather Delicacy. AND F. PIANO AGENCY. LTD.— • Most Varied Stock, Best Value, and Terms. — S. Coldicutt, Manager, near Theatre. FREE Instruction and refreshments. Perfection Oil Stove Cooking Demonstration, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Afternoons, by lady expert.—Porter arrd Co., 1 Newton.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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