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■WANTED. WANTED, a General; housemaid kept.— Apply No. 27, Symonds-st, 72 W a Cook. —Apply at once tx> "Warwick House," Symonds-st. 74 WANTED. iSecond-hand Rocking Horse for child; must be cheap.—Apply K.S., [P. 0., Ponsonby. ANTED, a Stove. Orion, Champion, or Orb preferred; also Bicycle.—Address, Orion, 817, Star Offlce. . 30 WANTED, Houses to Let, to good tenants; Ponsonby or Grey Lynn.—64, •Dominion Agency, Ponsonby-rd. 59 ANTED, situation as Kitchenman by competent man, late at Plptrdk-i Hotel. —dteply to T.M., ISB, Star Offlce. 81 ANTED, Washing and Cleaning by the day; disengaged first four days of week. —Address D.W., 205, Star Office. 79 WANTED to "Purchase, Jersey Cow, dn milk or near profit; also, Jersey .Heifers, any age.—Reply (Buyer, 808, Star Office. 78 TT7IANITEX>, a good General, niustTbe able '" to cook; small family; no washing.— Apply No. 1, Shelly Beaolwd., Fonsonby. 78 ANTED to Rent, by good tenant, nice 7 or S-roomed House, furnished or unfurnished, Epsom or Mt. Eden.—Apply P.O. Box 219. 38 ANTED, every working men and his wife in Auckland to know that Shrlmski, The Worklngman'e Friend, starts his Sale To-morrow. Hats, Ties, Socks, Suits, Shirts, etc., slaughtered. A N T ii ~d, . Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on VENETIAN BLINDS. EDEN TERRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. TUCKER TDROS., Venetian Blind Makers ■*-* and Wire Workers. Telephone 1607. TAT A N tT B O KNOWN. We buy Books, Magazines, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Paper Novels, any quantity; must be clean and complete. Note Address—THE BOOK EXCHANGE. 10, Vlctoria-st., next Central Hotel. MlB7 VET 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 AND /"10., •jQRITISH AND A MEBICAN DHOB CTORES, OPPOSITE PUBLIC LD3BARY. MG VT7 ANTED KNOWN. QALE. QALE. QALE. TTARDWABE QALE. OUR HARDWARE SALE has now started, and we can offer you the opportunity of a lifetime to procure TTARDWABE AT TTALF . T>RICES. WE ARE SELLING SEWING MACHINES, from 60/. worth £5 MANGLES, 28/6 LAMPS, at any price BOOT POLISHES, 2d and 3d, usual prices Od HAT AND COAT HOOKS. 4d per dozen, reduced from !)d RUBBER HEELS, 3d per pair, should be 6d SASH FASTENERS, 3d each, should be 6d MEAT SAWS. 1/4 BREAD BOARDS, lOd HAND SAWS. 1/4 PLATES AND CUPS AND SAUCERS at Give-away Prices ' ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, at Half the usual prices FANCY GLASSWARE AND VASES, gEE -gARGAINS IN ryiNDOW. r* "piRRIT, ■yiCTOBIA-ST., Jnst Across Hobson-st. TAKE HEBNE BAY CAR. M 463 W. F. c oi ' LEGE ' Late Instructor Auckland Technical College, has opened T>RIVATE For Ladles and Gentlemen, to teach the A RT OF /CUTTING AND TAILORING. A Limited Number of Students can still be enrolled. — For particulars, apply P.O. Box 770. | jyrUSCLES IN KNOTS. "■"' JOINTS ALL STIFFENED AND SWOLLEN. Lance-like pains torture and torment the victim of Rheumatism, and you don't ■think you will ever get rid of the disease. Perhaps you have tried all kinds of socalled cures and much-advertised quack remedies all to no purpose. Well don't despair. There is a medicine that can and will core you. Take RHEUMO. It is r. positive antidote for uric acid poisoning. It relieves pain, removes the swelling, and clears the system of excess uric acid —the cause of all the trouble. RHEUMO is neither a liniment nor a pill, but a llqnld medicine of marvellous therapeutic value. RHEUMO conquerß Rheumatism. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. "JTjGGS. "PGGS. T^GGS. WANTED, HOUSEHOLDERS TO KNOW that all EGGS supplied by the COOPERATIVE EGG AND POULTRY CO., LTD., are carefully graded, guaranteed fresh, and stamped. Order from your Grocer, and see that Every Egg is Branded.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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