WAMTEP. "C«7rANTED, a smart Housemaid.—Apply 1 ' at Glenalvon, Jermyn-st. 51) T\**ANiTED, respectable young Girl or Boy " " -to assist in kitchen and nouse work. — Alma, 130, Symonds-st. 87 XA/'ANTED, a respectable Girl for light ' » housework.—Apply Mrs Williams, Sus-ses-st., off Great North-rd. 63. WANTED, by young Married -Ton, any Position of Trust; first-class rets, for character, SBd sobriety.—Address Trustworthy, 265, Star Office. 53 TpyAITING Employment.—Men Cooks, W. ». v Cooks, Porters, Baker, FaAi Hands, Waitresses, Housemaids, and Barmaids.— Great Northern Property and Labour Agency, 5, H.M. Arcade. YOUNG MAN wants to Learn Etching and Operating.—Reply Process, 270, Star Office. 16 LECTRICAL ENGINEER is prepared ;to pay £30 deposit for neat villa. No laud sliiirks need apply.—Address Villa, 235, Star Office. m TjVNGLAND will execute private or buslZ A-- ness commissions lv England, leaving Auckland early in April.—Unexceptional references.— 243, Star. 112 C_\ ENTLEMAN, retiring, wants to buy comfortable Home, with modern convent ences; five or six rooms.—Address Word '*34 Star Office. "VTEW Arrival wants to purchase - 4 -1 hand Furniture for 7 rooms, also Drophead Singer Machine, at once.—Address Urgent, "Star" Office. M462/4SI T ADY, experienced Child Nurse and -" Traveler, Just arrived from India, wishes post either Lady's or Child's Nurse. —Apply Star Office. 20 "DAINTER-PAPERHANGER wants Work: A- estimates free.—Address Painter, 290, Star Office. • 40 T> EF IN ED and titorougnly domesticated J-iu Help required in good, quiet home.— Send full particulars with references to P. 0., Box, 216. 03 CUN DAY, 3 p.m.—Sydney Missioner, East ■"•J street Hall, Newton. Story about Conversion, one of Fngland's Leading Labour Men. 3 "Y"OL*NG Frenchman, willing and able to A. be useful, seeks Position with family; good references; small remuneration.—Address P., 227, Star Office. 73 RANTED IMMEDIATELY, FIRST-CLASS SHIRT MACHINISTS. Constant employment. Highest wages. Apply— MACKY, LOGAN, CALDWELL AND CO., Brown-street, Ponsonby. \Y ANTED, SMART BOY FOR OFFICE. Apply, by Letter— THE GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY, LTD.. Khybcr Pass-rd.. Auckland. 3H WANTED—PURCHASER FOR FRUIT • * FARM, easy driving distance of Auckland; extensive peach, plum, and apple orchards, in full bearing; splendidly sheltered. House aud outbuildings; fine views, ."il Acres. A Bargain at £1S per acre. Easy terms. Particulars apply— 3. E, DAYMAN, Seller of Property, 23 City Chambers (Over Self's). M 153 AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD. Separate applications will be received, on printed form, until Noou of SATURDAY, March 27th, for the following appointments: — TAURANGA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL— Headmaster: Salary, £240 and District High School Allowance of £30; Residence of 6 rooms. (Candidates to be classified Dl or higher.) PUKEKOHE WEST DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL—Assistant in Secondary Department. Salary, £180.* GRAFTON —Second Assistant Master. Salnry, £180. AUCKLAND EDUCATION BOARD.. Applications, on printed form, will be received until Noon of SATURDAY. March 27th, for the undernamed appointments: — CAMBRIDGE DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOLAsslstant in Charge of Secondary Classes; salary, £180. DEVONPORT—First Lady Assistant; salary, £18(1. Mar.ne Department, Wellington, 13th March, 1909. Applications will be received at this Office up to Noon of THURSDAY, the 2oth March, IOUO, for the appointments of Harbourmaster and Pilot at Mauukau, and Harbourmaster, Pilot, aud Customs Officer at Hokianga. The salary attached to each appointment is £220 a year, and ill addition to this a sum of £10 a year will be paid in each ease for the performance of the duties of Inspector of Fisheries. There is a free house at Hokianga. In the case of the Harbour Master at Mannkau, 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, aud 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 Bylaws for ports where there is not a harbour board. Applications must be accompanied by cvldeuce 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 Superannuation Acts. By command, GEORGE ALLPORT, Secretary. CAMERA 5-4 ARGUS ,REFLEX. Ross 6in. Homocentrlc 1.5-6 Lens. 6 Double Dark Slides. Solid Leather Case. A rare chance. £10 10/. Reply URGENT, 278, STAR OFFICE. 2 ~~A. N I* E 57 . Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on VENETIAN- BLINDS. EDEN TERfciCE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. TUCKER DEOS., Venetian Blind Makers JJ and Wire Workers. Telephone 1667. ry ANTED 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 WANTED Known—That anyone contemplating Building, Repairing, or Extending their present premises, will get the best workmanship at fair rates, by placing their order with W. GERRARD, General Builder, Sherbome-rd., Mt. Eden. M4S2 "gjGGS. 'gJGGS. "pjGGS. 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. p II E A P DINNERS. WANTED, WORKING MEN AND THOSE WITH LARGE FAMILIES AND SMALL PURSES to send to the Auckland liaioii Kai-ioiy. ' Stanley-st., for Chen 11 Meat. Spare rltw ' and under cuts given uwuv to buyer, ol l'!_s' Heads.
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