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WASTED. WANTED, Plain Cook.—Address Cook, __878, Star_Office. 5 VS/ANTED", Hairdresser's Apprentlce.r— V> Apply Bolithu, 42, Queen-st. 55 WANTED, a Jobber for two weeks.—Apply Grey Lynn Bakery, Ponsouby. 43 WANTED, a Boy, for the Blacksmithing. —Apply W. A. Reed, Custom-st. West. 85 WANTED, a Girl to attend to shop.— Apply, after 6 p.m., D. W. Doull, Mt. Eden-rd. ANTED, Useful Boy; wages. 10/.—Apply Harrison and Smith, Three Lamps Ponsonby. WANTED, experienced Waitress.—Apply Harbour View Tea Booms, Endeau's Buildings. Iβ WANTED, smart Boy for messages; good wages.—Apply "Observer" Office, Wyndham-st. G4 WANTED, smart Boy as Buttons. —Apply Chief Steward, Commercial Travellers' Club, H.M. Arcade. 84 WANTED, In or near Upper Teacher toy Mandoline.—State terms to A.8., 107, Star Office. 2 WANTED, a strong Youth to drive bread cart.—Apply at once, W. H. Hall, Baker and Grocer, Lake Takapuna. Yy A NTED, Partnership in any paying » » business; capital about £75 to £100.— Address Investment, 333, Star Office. WANTED, Domesticated Lady Help or General; no children.—For address apply Copplns, Grocer, Epsom, near Barn. 19 YX7ANTED. Girl, assist housework, for * " country; treated as one of family.— Apply Mrs Burton, Gloucester-st., Newton. WANTED, Boys for wickerwork trade.— Apply Douglas and Maguire, behind Jones, Ironmonger and Land Agent, Newton. 25 WANTED, Young General or Girl to assist with light housework; evenings free.—Apply Mrs J. H. Harrison, Stanley Point. 28 VS/ANTED, a good Drainer; licensed man * * preferred.—Apply to-night, Brett and Craddock, Drainers, Fiona, Greenwood-st., Eden Terrace. 19 ANTED] by two reliable persons. Plain Washing to do at home, or Washing .or Cleaning by the Day, in or about Epsom.—Apply Star Office. by competent Man, 23, South- * » crn experience, managership station oi i good farm; references if required.—Further j particulars apply Flor-ance, St. Heiler's. 68 WANTED, Position in Country Office or Store, by good experienced Lady Typist; has some knowledge of bookkeeping and shop work also.—Address, Trustworthy, 128, Star Office. 7 Nicholls' Keg., 1«2, Symondsst., Cook-general £1, Housemaid 15/, together, family; 2 Lady Helps, 10/, 13/; 'Cooks, £1; Housemaids, 15/, 16/; Generals, 10/, 18/; Working Housekeeper, 15/. — Pihone 2268. \X7ANTED, Gardening, Tree-felling, Fenc- » » ing, by experienced man Hying in Remnera; formerly in Mason's Nursery; day, week, contract; any district.— Address Gardener, 115, Star Office. C 7 WANTED —Save your money by buj*n» Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Fu£niture of Every Description from Cheapest House in the City.— Cochrnne's, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers and Auctioneers 199, Queen-st. ' M4SO ANTED Known — That Gilmour, Joll, and Williams, Upper Symonds-st., are prepared to take Orders for Vehicles of Every Description. A large stock of wellseasoned timber and wheel material always on hand. All repairs and painting executed with promptitude and dispatch. WAN TED X N O ,W N— That I can supply UNION HOTJSE COAL, at 27/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TAUPIRI and other Coals; -Coke and Firewood.—A. E. TATTLEY, Coal Merchant, Carrier, etc, Newmarket. 457 | M34S' ANTED, workers to know, that Shrimskl's Sale is now on. Trousers, Shirts, Suits, Hats, etc., absolutely slaughtered. WANTED Known—That we deliver Tauplri, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st., Symondsst., and Mt Eden. ANTED, Workers to roll op to ehtrlmski's. The Working Man's i'riend. Sale Now On. Stock slaughtered. WIANTED i£NOW N— For HARDWARE and FURNITURE, oiy Prices and Selection are equal to any in Auckland. Call and See. H. PRIME, Ironmonger, ONEHUNGA. ANTED, workingmen's wives to secure bargains at Shrimski's Sale — 3/U Shirts for 1/11; I/a Braces for lOd. Everything slaughtered. iTV ANTED KNOWN. A T gMITH AND OONS, DENTISTS, HOBSON.-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY UPPER OK LOWER SETS OF TEETH from Two Guineas. Good Fii Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade Open from 6 to 8 Every Evening for PAINLESS KXTKACTIOXS. TOT ANTED KNOWN. AMERICAN SHOES FOR LADIES. DERBY OXFORDS. THE FASHIONABLE "BALL" TOE, 16/9 16/9 IN TAN AND BLACK. JAMES ADAMS AND CO. Opp. Public Library. A Special Consignment of LADIES' GLACE LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS (ROUND AND POINTED TOES), 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 THIS IS A CUT PRICE — FIT WELL AND WEAR WELL. SHOE FOR HOUSE OR SCHOOL WEAR, WITH ONE STRAP, USEFUL, 4/11. TAMES A DAMS AJSD J3RITISH AND A MERICAN gHOB QTORES, OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY. - M 6 WANTED, every working man in Auckland to get 4/6 Tennis Shirts for 2/6 and 2/9, at Shrimski'a Sale, cor. Queen and Wellesley sts. ANTED KNOWN. TTOME OF jyrODERN T^ENTISTRY, A MERICAN T\EXTAL pARLORS, QTJEEN AND WELLESI-EY STS., AND CORNER OF CUBA AND MANNERS STS., WELLINGTON. M 283 ANTED, worblngmen ami their wives to be at Snrimskt's Sale — 1/6 Straw Hats, 4d each.—Queen aud Wellesley sts. I"»HEUMO Is an acknowledged and uu- ! falling cure for Rheumatism, Gout, ' Lumbago, and Sciatica, because it eliminates the cause of the disease — uric acid in the i blood. Until this is done there can be no | permanent cure. RHEUMO cures where ' other neinedles fniL All Chemists and Stores, 2/6 aud 4/6. i ANTED, every n-orking man and his wife in Auckland to kuow that Shrimski, The Workingman's Friend, starts I his Sale To-morrow. Hats, Ties, Socks, Suits, Shirts, etc., slaughtered. I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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