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]'.[;- ft".;- W-MHC_-B-.7'.V','■-•*•;•; ~; ; ;. WANTED, a smaatßOy.—Apply to Read ' Jftroo... Jewell—s,. Newton.- -ft '■■ 'ft. '.. ANTED, a First-class-Waitress.—Apply . Tremont Tea and Luncheon Booms,: Qneen-st. -. ft'- :.....:'.:,: ■■/. ■' -K-.-Vt-ANTED, a good, strong Washer- . woman.—Apply Mrs. G. Kronfeld, "Oliula," Eden-crescent." .*, /' . YXTA-I'JCD, Working Housekeeper; one TV child not objected to—Apply 42, Hackctt-st., Ponsonby. ■ ._i WANTED, by refined young lady, Position .as Companion or Lady Help.— Address Urgent.-118, Star Offlce. 100 WANTED, competent Saddle ■ Hand.— Jeffries and ' Finer, Wholesale Sad*, dlers, Rutland-st.', next Frank Harris and-. Co. ■■■ ■ ;, . . ■. ■ jp ANTED, a Mercery Assistant wants Position, nine years' experience;" firstclass colonial references.—Mercer, 130, Star Offlce. . , -, 7' ■ 27 TyANTED, first-class Millinery Assistant; 7» also, Improvers.—Apply Snedden snd McLeod, corner Grafton-rd. and Khyber Pass-rd. • 44WANTED, respectable Man, to mllki " groom, and garden; wages, 20/; references Indispensable.—Apply ■• Webber, Coombes' Arcade.; od ANTED; by - young lady,: "Diploma," Pupils Piano, Violin,-and-Singing; homes visited; £1 5/ quarter.—Address "Diploma," 14, Star. Office. M 468 {TX/ANTED, a Packer wants Position in . v■» Store, understands all classes, of packing, and can take charge of country orders; first-class references.—Packer, 138, Star Office. '. ' ' "'"•.•■ '~ ft-; 26 WANTED— Cook, no: washing,, gentlemen's house, 20/; Generals, town, ' Epsom, Ponsonby, N. Shore, others; Waitress, Taul maranui; Waitress-Housemaid, Symonds-«t.; .Cook, boardinghouse, town; .Cook, hotel. ;_>/, country, good place; L. Help, country,. 2 kept, 15/; General, Helensville.—Mrs. Arthur, Strand. * ■ ' 71 AN Englishman, aged 26, with nearly eight years' experience of an Auctioneer and Estate Agent's Business, seeks Employment; excellent references.—Address Aylward, 952, Star Office. . 116 BOOT TRADE.—Wanted, respectable Boy, to learn trade; good prospects; good wages.—.Woods and' Co., Boot Manufacturers, Eden-st., Eden Terrace. LBRK,:' oyer l«yyears* experience; ■• wia* fire and marine insurance work, seeks Employment; -highest testimonials and re-ferences.—-Address Diligent, 185, Star Office "ft ~ 46 EXPERIENCED Billiard Marker seeks Reengagement, town or country; excellent references';' married.—Write R. Becker, 7, Severh-st., Auckland. .-. !-_____&■&_ ---B&VTEW Arrival wants to. purchase. Second--1-v " hand Furniture for' 7 rooms', also Drophead Singer Machine, at once.—Address Urgent, "Star" Office. . ,77. M 462/481 OFFERS wanted forvgood payable, m-el' established ■ Boardinghouse; 7 -"central' position; very '»low ■ rent.—Apply > Star" Office. " ■;. j -7, '■■•"" y ■ ■■-■ : ft ** PAINTER, "■ Paperbahger, 7et_ f .wants 1 Work; estimates free,—Address Painter, 170, Star Offlce. ...7. , : Ot RELIABLE young lady requires Position ' to attend Invalid' or Companion to elderly lady; previous experience.—Apply Star Offlce. ' — ; y ;-~ ..-' 1; INGLE Man (30), attending Technical | College, desires Employment, mornings-,; suit gentlemen's residence.—Moderate, 117, Star Offlce. . ' . jjfc rnHOROUGHLY Experienced Ht_usemaid, A' excellent references, .open for engage-;. :ment first week April.—Address, stating wages, etc.. Honseniald, 158, Star Offlce. 8 j THOROUGHLY Competent L*dy ,Shortband Typist desires Re-engagement;, shorthand speed. 140; 8 years', experience in city offices; highest; references—'Finished, Expert; 1888, -Star- Office. -.-.-.'• . :.-_ ft --. ■ O Wanted'at fonce, for Hamilton. Trousers and, Vest Hand..— -J. Hqdg—tn,(yictorla-st.■ East- ■ ■■VvvSjtllO. A Tradesman (26), smart address,* open Engagement; take charge: cutting and-sew-ing; moderate salary or contract.—Domihlonlst, 112,' Star Office. - -s-V . ■ .'-..-■ 43 r-PHOTdGRAPHER-l.— WANTED TO BtTY, GOOD SECONDHAND- STUDIO CAMERA.—Address FOCUS; I«B,'Star.Ofci flee. -• '■.■--■■. ft-" ''-'ftftft'BS. OUNG Man. seeks Employment in country, any capacity; used to store work and horses, and can milk.—Reply A.8., 137, Star Otßee. ~■■/ ■ -■ ..- ;28 WA N • '•'■■ -T: •-- 'v.B' -|f Vft UNDERCLOTHING AND BLOUSE ■ MACHINISTS. ~ *•-'■' ■""■■- •-■ft;/ : Applyri-"'-';y ".-/■; MANAGER ARCH. CLARK AND SONS, "Limited;''. .'•■'. '"_"; Underclothing Factory, Albert-st.- 17 W A.. .N_„._ i T •' -'. 'i>ft " * ACTIVE BOY: (not under 16), as 'an Apprentice to the Bookbinding. Apply MANAGER, STAit OFFICE. A N*' T - B 5, ( i. -rßJ*gently,-y - ".,..y'v.y. FIRST-CLASS COAT. AND TROUSER FINISHERS..: , . Also, MACHINISTS FOR K.B. PANTS, ■■'■•• •' "' • And' - ".•'■'- ■ •" ''."T? FIRST-CLASS TABLE HANDS FOR -'•" LADIES'COSTUME COATS. V Apply MACKY, LOGAN, CALDWELL «.-.- AND CO.. ■'--'■ .; VlsteUt, EDEN TEItBACE. '■:■..■■' iIOOD '* TRAVELLER TWANTED, TO REPRESENT WHOLESALE HOUSE, ON COMMISSION. One already. working the. North of , Auck-, land and East' Coast to Gisborne. Address, P. 0.. BOX 133. , 30 WANTED TO PURCHA__E, for a cHent in Parnell, .House of about 5: rooms on freehold-' section; or Vacant Freehold Allotment. ■'- * W. GARRETT, Land Agent-and Valuer,' 8 Fort-si., Aiickland.. . - M 137 m A ».'X..-J.d ' :,"'.--'-Jc;-'.;o.'ir'j>-: j£ "B tOL ni 8 1 N F E C T A"N T (NON-POISONOUS). .'.....■-* 16^35 TIMES STRONGER THAN CARBOLIC ACID.; ■';■ ALL STORES AND GROCERS. QUIBELL *DROS., T2TV., JJNGLAND. RANTED J*"- N O W 'H QUEEN gHOES. ' QUEEN QHOES. We have Just opened a shipment, of tbe above celebrated make of Ladles' Shoes. IN TAN AND BLACK. They are Simply Perfection; Kindly Call- and. Inspect. '. .., . W H OI ' DSW Pft T S ,ANI > gON» LTD. 12/ViCT6RIi-SfREET. Ml5O PAINTS OF HIGH GRADE, Specially Prepared for House Painting. g, J. 05-43,O 5 - -43, CDfTOMt-W. r_TT.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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