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WANTED. WANTED, a Boy, for customs agents' office.—Apply to P.O. Bor 276, Auckland. 32 WANTED, a good, strong WashJi> woman.—Apply Mrs. G. Kronfeld, "Olinla," Eden-crescent. ANTED, by refined young lady, Posltion as Companion or Lady Help.—■ Address Urgent, 118, Star Office. 100 XyANTED, competent Saddle Hand.— J* Jeffries and Finer, Wholesale Saddlers, Rutland-st., next Frank Harris and Co. 49 YX7AOTED, a Charwoman.—Apply, before »» 2 p.m., to Mrs. 8. SoUneideman, cor. of Elgin-st. and Williamson's-avenue Grey Lynn. a Mercery Assistant wants » ' Position, nine years' experience; firstclass colonial references.—Mercer 130, Star Office. 27 TK7ANTED flrst-class Millinery Assistant; " ala °. Improvers.—Apply Snedden and McLeod, corner Grafton-rd. and Khyber Pass-rd. h YX7ANTED, a Packer wants Position in » » Store, understands all classes of packing, and can take charge of country orders; first-class references.—Packer, 138 Star Office. ' 26 N Englishman, aged 26, with nearly eight years' experience of an Auctioneer and Estate Agent's Business, seeks Employment; excellent references.—Address Ayl-■n-ard. 952, Star Office. Uβ BARMAN, bookkeeper, etc. requires Posltlon.—Address 0.W., 136, Star Office. 29 BOOT TRADE.—Wanted, at once, Boy to leai-u the clicking; also Machinists.— Apply irenwlth Bros., Pioneer Boot Factory, Wakeneld-st. 72 "DOOT TRADE.—Wanted, respectable Boy, -U to learn trade; good prospects; good ■wages.—.Woods and Co., Boot Manufacturers, Eden-st., Eden Tertrace. f>OOT TRADE.—Warfted, a Boy for the ■*-* finishing; Boy for press department; and a Man or Youth to take charge of suction gas plant.—Apply Manager, Auckland Co-operative Boot Co., Ltd., Albert- «• 44 CILERK requires Position; shipping pre- > f erred; references.—Address Expertenced, 130, Star Office. 24 ■pMJRNITTJKE.— Wanted to Buy, a Quan- ■*- tity of Household Furniture; highest cash price.—F. Olsen, Upholsterer and Manufacturer, 248, Karangahape-rd. 66 "VPEW Arrival wants to purchase Second- ■** hand Furniture for 7 rooms, also Drophead Singer Machine, at once.—Address Urgent, "Star" Office. M462/4SI wanted for good payable weP' '-' established Boardinghouse, central P°i ltlon; very low rent.—Apply star Omce. CUNGLE Man (30), attending Technical *>-' College, desires Employment morningssuit gentleman's residence.—Moderate 117' Star Office. qq npO PLUMBERS.—Wanted to Sell 1 26iu -»- Tinsmith's Folder.—Apply J. Auld, Plumber, Farnell. rnAILORINti. — Thoroughly Practical -■- Tradesman (26), smart address, open Engagement; take charge cutting and sewing; moderate salary or contrast.—Domlnionlst, 112, Star Office. 43 "yOUTH, with previous experience, needs J. Position in Grocer's Shop.—Apply Youth, 130, Star Ofllce. _ -^iwjy TTOU-NO Man seeks «* Employment in -*- country, any capacity; used to store wort and horses, and can milk. —BeDlv A.8., 137, Star Office. 28 W ANTED, ACTIVE BOY (not under 16), as an Apprentice to the Bookbinding. Apply MANAGER, STAR OFFICE. A N T <B D— CAPABLE YOUNG WOMAN FOB POSITION IN SHIRT FACTORY AS FOREWOMAN. Apply, stating experience, to ARCH. CLARK AND SONS, LTD., Zealandla Shirt Factory, Grey Lynn. 24 A N T~' E W, Urgently, FIRST-CLASS COAT AKD TROUSER FINISHEP,S. Also, MACHINISTS FOlt K.B. PANTS, And FIRST-CLASS TABLE HAJTDS FOR LADIES' COSTUME COATS. Apply MACKY, LOGAN, CALBWELL AND CO.. Vioiet-st., EDEN TERRACE. Yy ANTED, WORKING OR SLEEPING PARTNER, With £500, to start In Business, new industry to New Zealand. Guarantee return of capital In 18 months. Independent living. Principals only. For full particulars, apply to S.W.C., "Star" Office. Q.OOD TRAVELLER WANTED, TO REPRESENT WHOLESALE HOUSE, ON COMMISSION. One already working the North, of Auckland and East Coast to Gisborne. Address, P.O. BOX 133. 30 ' N T E 57 Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on VENETIAN BLINDS. EDEN TERRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall TUCKER -DKOS., Venetian Blind Makers Telephone 1667. "** Wile W ° rhers - RANTED K~N O W NT We buy Books, Magazines, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Paper Novels any quantity; must be clean and complete. Note Address—TßE BOOK EXCHANGE 10, Vlctorla-st., next Central Hotel MlB7 A UCKLAND HARBOUR BOARD. MASTER FOR TUG "TE AWHINA." Secretary's Office, Ist March, 1908. Applications -will be received at this office until TUESDAY, 16th March, 1909, at noon, for the appointment of Master of Tug "Te Awliina." Applicants must hold Master's Certificate (Home trade, or higher value), and have had experience in Tug Service. Age not to exceed 50 years. Salary, £20 per month. Victuals not provided. By order of the Board. J. M. BRIGHAM, Secretary. A UOKILAND EDUCATION BOARIX Applications, on printed forms, will be receiv<kl until Noon of SATTJ-RJXLY, ila.roh 2U, for appointment as 'Fourth Assistant lUchmond-rd. School. Salary £IGS. DON'T trifle with health. If you suffer from Itheumaolsm, Sciatica, Gout, or any disease caused by excess of uric acid lv the system, don't waste your money and accelerate the complaint by taking cure-all nostrums. RHE.UMO cures; cures speedily and permanently. RHEUMO has cured where other remedies fall. All Chemists and Stores, 2/6 and 4/6. .■pAINTS OF HIGH GRADE X Specially Prepared for Home Painting. S. J. B EST AND C°' 43, CUSTOMS-ST. EASE,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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