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WANTED. (Continued from Page 1.) WANTED. Brush Hand.—Apply E. 7. Tremaln, Bootmaker. \\T ANTED to Let, 4-roomed Cottage; no T 'Children.—Apply 20, Unlon-st. 128 ANTED, a smart Young Lad for the pantry.—Apply C.C.C., High-st. 186 WANTED, good Trousers Finishers.—Apply "I**, M. King and Co., 165, Albert-st. WANTED, a_Cook and a Woman to wash. —Apply Warwick House, 67, SymondsSL 182 ANTED, young man to drive bread cart .One experienced.-_pply W. H. Hall Lake Takapuna. ' WANTED to Rent, Modern House, 6 rooms; first-class tenant; no children —T. B. Clay, 12, His Majesty's Arcade. 155 WANTED to Purchase, Modern House, -waterside, Jervols-rd.— T. B. Clay, 12, Hlg Majesty's Arcade. 153 ANTED to Sell, Businesses of various kinds, cheap, at once.—Mrs Bennett, 85, 'Manukau-rd., Parnell. WANTED, a good, strong General; references.—Apply Mrs Bell, Boot Shop, 171, _ymondß-st. ANTED, at ones, Young General.— Apply Mrs Harry Ralnger, Falrfaxrd., Epsom. ANTED, good experienced General or Housemaid with reference; good place. —Andrews' Registry, 255, Ponsonby-rd. WANTED, By respectable young man. Job driving baker or grocer's cart; references^— 2.8T T N X W. 3 Denim Machinists, 8 Coat Hands, „nd 2 Vest Machinists.—Apply J. M. Morx-n, Clothing Manufacturer, England-st IMO AKTIED, a respectable Girl for General House Work; a good home.—'For address apply W. iStrahan, Butcher, Hobsonst; rrti WANTED Known—Dresses from 6/6; Blouses 2/, Children's Clothing _ Speciality.—'Bconomlo Dressmaker, opp. P. 0., Great North-rd. 172 W~ AINTIED, experienced Man, with knowledge of Tinsmlthlng and. Fruit Canning;, wages £3 week.—Address IM.P., -50, Star Offlce. 174 ANTED Known—lt Is absolutely the Best Meal in town. Our customers' verdict.—C.C.C., Hlgh-st. and Vulcan-lane. 185 TXTANTED to Purchase, Yacht Dinghy; vw also Anchor; cheap.—All particulars to Mr. James Ibbertson, Thelma, .Mt. St. Johnarenue. ANTED, by Young Lady, Bookkeeper, Employment for spare time, writing up tradesmen's books, etc., or typewriting.— Apply D.E., 247, Star Office. 16C ANTED Known—Why have Poor Hair, when Miss Wrigley given Two Months' Treatment for 12/7—93. Karangahape-rd. 184 ANTED, Immediately, for client. Good Mill or Country Boiirdlngliouse, handy Main Trunk line.—Send particulars to Arthur B. Wheelar, 60, Queeu-st., Auckland. 183 WANTED, Loan £200, on good, reliable security, absolutely sound; 121 per cent. Principals only.—Apply, promptly, 8.2., 276, Star Offlce. 15J WANTED, Shop and Dwelling, suitable for European Hand Laundry; good yard; back entrance preferred; or would Purchase small Laundry Business.—Address L, 251, Star Office. 170 WANTED, Situation for nice young girl, 15, Companion-Help, references; Housekeepers wanting engagements, one prefers town, another does not object to country; steady General wants Engagement, lady and gentleman only.—Mrs Arthur. Strand. 184 ANTED. W. Cook, gentleman's house, no washing, 207; Cook, boardlnghouse, -ymonds6t.; Generals, 10/ to 15/. N- Shore, Mt. Eden, Parnell, Epsom, near Otahuhu, lady and gentlemen only, others; L. Helps, Ellerslie; Generals, Helensville. — Mrs Arthur. Strand. 133 ANTED, Waitress and 2 Housemaids, assist waiting, same house, 17/6 each, Rotorua; Housemaids, East Coast and Gisborne, 15/, 17/6; Generals, Parnell, close to tram, 15/, assist 10/, small family; Position as Lady Help, Parnell preferred.— Mrs Bennett's Reg., 80, Manukau-rd.,' Parnell, ANTED—Mrs Lockley, H.M. Arcade, established over 20 years, wants Married COuple (no family), £100, wife cook, general, husband milk and drive team of 3 horses; Married Couple, £80, Waikato, wife general, husband milk and useful; Waitress and bar, 20/, town; Waitress, 17/6, and W. Cook, 30/, together, good country; W. Cooks 30/, 25/, Thames, near Tauranga, etc.; 2 Housemaids. Waitress, 17/6 each; Housemaid, 15/, Waitress, 15/, all Rotorua; 2 Waitresses, 17/6 each, Generals; Lady Helps, etc., etc. 167 W ANTED, COSTUME AND MANTLE MACHINIST AT ONCE. Also. APPRENTICE- to Learn. Best of Wages, and Constant Work. Apply CRESCENT MFG. CO., 154. HOBSON-ST. 165 A GOOD Laundress wants Work; 4/ per day.—Address Capable, 14, Star Office. 158 BOOT TRADE—Wanted, a Message Boy; also Benchmen and Boys to Learn the Trade.—Manager, Co-operative Boot Co., Ltd., Albert-st. 129 LADY wants Care of Child,, over 12 months; registered borne; no other child kept; references.—Apply Star Offlce. LADIES requiring Domestics, Servants requiring positions should apply Economic Registry and Dressmakers opp. P. 0., Great North-rd. *J 171 POULTRY. EGGS. WANTED— REGULAR SUPPLIES OF YOUNG POULTRY AND FRESH EGGS. FISCHER BROS., QUEEN-ST. 14S TENDERS. TO BUILDERS.—Tenders for House, Emplre-rd., Epsom, Extended to 27th March.—4l. Karangnhape-rd. •^^^ Public Works Office, Auckland, 20th March 1909. TENDERS will be received at this Offlce until Noon of TUESDAY, 30th March, 1909, for SUPPLY OP BRIDGE IRONWORK for OVERBRIDGES, HELENSVILLE NORTHWARDS RAILWAY. Specifications may be seen at this offlce. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. Public Works Offlce, Auckland, 19th March, 1900. TENDERS will ba received at this Office until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7th April, 1900, for ADDITIONS to the ROTO-" RUA COURTHOUSE. Plans, etc., may be seen at Post Offices Rotorua and Hamilton and at this offlce. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. Public Works Office, Auckland, 19th March, 1&C0. rjIENDERS will be received at this Office A- until Noon of WEDNESDAY, 7th I April, 1909, for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS to the ROTORUA POLICE STAPlans, etc., may be seen at Post Offices. Botorua aud Hamilton, and at this office. No tender necessarily accepted. J. A. WILSON, District Engineer. I ""VJILLINERY CLASSES.—Miss . Minnie _"a Walker, late Head Milliner D.S.C.— Po.len-s'c., off Great North-rd., Grey Lyun; No. 1, Victoria Buildings, Vlctorla-st East; 12 lessons, £1 1/. !50 O"" PSRiA HOUSES.—3, Sun. Aft. It.portant Address: How to Upset the Recent lAeenslng Poll!— All Voters Invited. Evening: " The Great Marathon." 164

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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