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AUCTIONS continued f rom page 1O S atoßday, Jj£^ RCH 27 th, 1909 - ---•?,-'< ' :J£JAVIS AKD ;. o " "Auctioneers, ' , H ?7i u £ received instructions- from W T ■ £ ET HYBI«DGE, «j*angahape-rd.. who He auction m B " |8 to Bell by pub " . ,' ./. INGS, £2000 a " made an^er bla -P9nnn t ~* V " U personal supervision, 3*AUl)i) In his Modern, Up-to-date Factory, on tne Premises. POSITIVELY THE BEST STOCK EVER OFFERED. MUST BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE. SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 27th, AND FOLLOWING DAYS. 3000 * L o T s, Comprising— 20 Massive Sideboards. 6 7-pce. Dining Room Suites, 30 Duchess Pairs, 4 3-pce. Tap. and Plush Suites, 6 3-pce Bedroom Suites, 10 Wardrobes, 100 Bedsteads, and Wire Mattresses, Kapok and Flax Mattresses, 12 Dining Tables, 50 pairs Lace Curtains, 200 Mohair Door Mats. 20 Couches, Toilet Sets, Cutlery, and many other Hues, too numerous to mention. SALE STAKTS 11 O'CLOCK SHAEP. W. C. DAVIS, Auctioneer. WANTED. . (Continued from Page 1.) TyANTED a General.—Apply Mrs Peter '* Robertson, Retreat, Upper Symondsst - 79 RANTED, Chef.— Apply Star Office. 58 VyANTED, In Queen-st., Room suitable * T for Tea Room.—v Address B. 29S Star Offlce - " 05 Youth about —15 —to —wafe ,!vT . bottles - etc.—Apply. Cooke and Co., 127, Albert-st. 103 TOASTED, Lady Help for small family" V —Apply Mrs Houre, corner Mountainrd.. Reinuora. gQ two days a week. Gardening, * ' in or about Epsom preferred.-^Ad-dress Star Office. ' 94 ryANTED, by young lady. Position as T » Lady Help or Companion.— Apply V.J., Star Office. HI TyANTED, Tradesmen's Books to make »» up and Debts to collect.—Address Books, 301, Star Offlce. H4 TENANTED, Housemaid-Waitress. mile! » » have experience.—l 66, Upper Queen-st zjioors above King's Court. 83 TOUTED, Elderly Woman as House- » » keeper, worklngman's home; grown-up family.—Address M.A.. 223, Star. Office. 77 W ANTED ' respectable Elderly Person. ' » look after 2 children for few hours in return for home.—X.L., Star. Office. 02 YyANTED, capable Housemaid lor Mrs ** Louis Myers.—-Apply Mrs Leo Myers. Alameda," Symondss-t., mornings or evenins -- 107YyANTED to Buy, House, 5 or 6 rooms, »* cash buyer; Klngsland or Mt. .Roeklll preferred. No agents.—Cash, 1>94, Star Office. ■ g^ TyAXTED, experienced Carpenter 'and a »» Painter, small job; labour only.—R. Lalng, Richmond-rd., oppo. Marist Bros ' Colleee. 84 WANTED, at once. Improver, bakehouse bread dept.—Applicants wire address last employer, apply James Erskine, Baker, Gisborne . TyAXTKD] Situation foT Competent »» Housekeeper, with child (syrs); can recommend; town or country.—l'rosser's Registry, nest 11.IX. Arcade. _03 TX7ANTED Knowu—Best Shop for Cycle •-»■ Repairs.—l". FaltWul 4e Ponsoubyrd., opp. Westeru Park. Outer Covers 7/6; tubes, 5/0. Oppu till 9.30. 122 WAXTED, Purchaser for House, 5 rooms, all conveniences, close 2d section; take over on instalment system; £500. £50 cash —Genuine, 303, Star Offlce. 123 TyANTED, Gelding, 5 to 7 years, staunch, »» sound, and quiet; with or without trap, •to seat four; also. Butter Cow. close profit. —Flnlay, Rldlng's-rd., Remuera. 93 WAXTED— Married Man us Useful, free house, 30/; F. Cook, Te Aroha. 25/; Laundresses, Generals, etc.—Warren's •Agency, 20, Higli-st. 'Phone 205)2. 123 AXTED, by experienced furniture packer. Situation in similar capacity or Storemau; 18 months' good recent reference from lending local house.—Address Chippendale, 20S, Star Offlce. 97 WLAiX'TE.iT~to~ Purchase, immediately, 6 rooms and conveniences, Alt. Eden, near Id section; or will go to Mt. R.oslrill, 2d section. Give. £500 to £700; £100 cash or less.—'Reply Custom, 299, 0/0 Star Offlce. TX7ANTED Known—The C.C.C. Dining »'» Rooms nre only half minute from P. Office, up High-et., and half minute from Queen-st., up Vulcan-lane. IS meals for 9/. 102 YX7ANTED, at ouee, a Seafaring Man, »" with knowledge of Oil Engine. Boat plying to and from Henderson Creek. Good salary for able and temperate man. — Apply In writnlg, Boat, 133, "Star" Offlce. M" R T^ , /COLLEGE, (Late Instructor, Auckland Technical College), has Opened PRIVATE CLASSES For Ladies and Gentlemen, to Teach the ART OF CUTTING AND TAILORING. A limited number of Students can still be enrolled. For particulars, apply P.O. Box 770. 85 ANTED.—Mrs. Locklcy, H.M. Arcade, established over 20 years, wants Woman Cook 30/. Waitress 17/6, together, good country notel; Woman Cook 30/, Housemaid, etc., 117/6, together, Whangarei; Waitress 17/8, 'Hou§emakl 37/6, together, ltatoruiri Woman Coo*. 30/, Xlinnes; W. Cooki, 20/, 25/, α-ll parts; Lady Helps, Generals, 2 Waitresses, 17/6 each. DargaivUle; Married Couple, £100, no family, \vl£e general, husband milk one cow -mid drive three horses, etc., near Gisborne; smart Porter, 20/, Wai. kato; Kltchenman, 20/, $otorua; etc. 87 A DVERTiSEK requires Uouse, 4 or 5 -ii- rooms, Richmond or Arch Hill preferred, on easy terms; £fA) down, bal. weekly.—X.Y.Z., 302,' Star Office. 124 DRESSMAKING. —Wanted, nn Improver to skirts.—Apply Miss O'Hagan, 9, Wellesley-st. (near Milne and Choyce). 00 ADIES' Tailoresses and Costume Maker Open to Engagement by day; firstclass hand. —Apply Experience, 295, Star Office. ■ 78 LOST AND FOUND. T OST, Umbrella, silver band, name "J. B. -U De Mole."—3o/ reward, 34. Durbam-st. OST, Sunday week. Fox Terrier (she). Reward — 10, Llncoln-st., Pousonby. 126 OST, Pair of Gold Rim Glasses, between Ryle-st. and Queeu-st. Reward.—Apply promptly, Star Offlce. 100 T OST, rough-haired Terrier Dog; answers JLi to name Caesar; reward. —T. McQulllen, Victorla-st. West. K_ LOST, yesterday, between Tole-st. and Shelly Beach-rd., Gold Cress Brooch, set rubies and pearls. Reward. —Apply Star Offlce. US OST, Saturday, Greenstone Brooch, between Calllope-rd., Devonport, nnd Karangahape-rd.; keepsake.—Reward No. 5, Gundry-st., Newton. LEFT hanging on a fence In John-st, Ponsonby, Waistcoat, with watch (Stewart Dawson lever), number known; reward.— No. 1, Somerset-place, off Howe-st. 115 O>ST, Grey Ostrich Feather Boa, last night, Upper Queen-st., Onehunga, between Mr Friar's and corner of Trnfalgarst.—Reward on returning to Andrews' Store. TO PAINTERS—Tenders will be received until SATURDAY, the 27th of March, for the Painting. of a β-roomed House in Greonwood-st.—Apply Robt. Williams, Greenwobd-st, Eden Terrace. 121 O LET, to careful tenant, no children", 4-roomed House and scullery, newly renovated; partly furnished; Id section, — Apply 16, York-st. ' 125

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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