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I Second Cook, also Waitress;— j j|J[..T Address-at Cafe. Cecil, Lower Queen-st.. ~ &X7AK'rED,.., a Girl to assist. —Apply '. f*.' lolanthe'Dancing Academy, 8, Upper 1 feneen-st .■-:-. . 9; ANTED, a Young Girl as mother's help; family; willing to learn.—3o, , Wallace-st., Ponsonby. ■, ;., •/ * 10 Young Girl for housework; T * .sleep home.—Apply Mrs/ Allen corner Nelson and Wellesley sts. 23 \\f ANTED, strong," active Man used' to ■_» T spade and shoyel work.—Apply H. Lohrman, Ellerelie Racecourse. TXTANTED, Cook-General;"housemaid kept; »<» no washing; 15/ per week.—Apply Mrs. ATgyle-st., Heme Bay. Maternity Engagements with '» doctor; hospital nurse; good attention and reasonable terms.—Apply Star Office. 44 YA/ANTED, respectable Girl as housemaid-' »» waitress; miist be experienced.—Mrs Barker, Harbour View, S-hortland-st. City __: ■■ ■■ - - 3. TSTANTED, urgent, 2 Barmaids, W. Cooks *.» Generals,- I have wanting Positions, Barmen, Porters. Men Cooks, Housemaids —Webber, 3, Cpombes' Arcade. 60 TK7ANTED, by. respectable woman, with ' ■»• girl 10 years, Engagement as Housekeeper; references exchanged.—Mrs Ford's Registry, ;376, Qneen-st., oppo. Town Hall. ■ ■-% \' vr, .., ,"-.-. . .' . 36. WANTED, Cook or Cook's" , Assistant. Hamilton, 15/- Young Girl Reinuera, Cjevedon 8/; Generals. Wanted— Work for Young Man; Waftress townHousemaid, country, near town. Rooms to Let.—Miss Sinclair, Grafton Bookroom, Kbyber Pass. 46 YXTAiNTED, an. Engine Driver, with flrst" '»; class and winding certificates; wages 10/6 per day; constant employment.—Applicants to state agev experience, and send copies of 'testimonials, or make personal ■ application, to the Manager, Tauplri Coal Mines, Ltd., Huntly.: A YOUNG MAN wants to Learn Etching and Operating.—Reply Process, 270, Star Office. . ' . 16 XT PHOTOGRAPHY—Lessons in Re■toucMug (Latest Method),. Black, and White, et-.; ; Ai.piy SCHMTDT STUDIOS. 143 fJOOT TRADiE—Wanted, a Message Boy; - 1 -* also Benchmen and Boys to Learn the Trade.—Manager, Co-operative Boot Co., Ltd., Albert-st. 129 "ENGLAND, will execute private or. busl- •*-« ness commissions in England, leaving Auckland early In April.—-Unexceptional references.—Reply F.G.8., 243, Star. 113 TTOUSEKEEPER wants Position, thoiv ■*-*■ oughly ■ experienced.—Address A.H., ! Newton Post-office. - " . 35 ~\lT R - ~E. TURNER, M.I.M M •"-*• M.Am.I.M.E., M.1.M.E., just returned from Europe, after 17 years , mining experience there, and in America, is prepared to undertake Any Class of Mining Work — Address Atawhla, Nelson. ■- " ■ 52 "WEW Arrival, wants to purchase Second--4.1 .hand .Furniture for 7 rooms, also Drop- , head Singer. Machine, at once.—Address Urgent; "Star" Office. ' M 462/481 /"jPiEX for; first-class Engagements, con-certs,-etc.: Clog Dancer and Scotland's Champion Jockey Dancer. Terms moderate. —Mr. J. Devlin, c/o iMrs. Robertson, Ink«r-nian-st., Onehuuga, Auckland. BIIED oVAiry Cellar~Wanted near wharf for- Bmalt quun titles oysters.—Address Oysters,- 253, Star-Office. " ;37 rr\O GROCERS.—Wanted, by young man, - 1 - 21, Position Grocery Trade;. 6 years' local experience; good canvasser: references.—AddressJieUable, 291, Star Office. 39 rpo MERCHANTS.—Wanfed, - by- experl- - 1 - enced clerk, 24 years of age, Position of Trust in. office; at present with large house in, Hawke's Bay; .excellent testimonials from large firms, both at.Home and in. New Zealand,—A'jjjaress "8T256. ,Star,Offlc.e. 31 V\7AITiXG _ Kniploynieut.—Men'' Cooks ■ W: » » Cooks, Porters, Baker, Earm Hands •' Waitresses, Housemaids, and Barmaids.— Great Northern Property and Labour Agency, 5, H.M. Arcade. "yOUNG Frenchman, willing and. able to ■*- be useful, seeks Position with family good references; small remuneration —Address 8., 'I'll, Star Office. ".' 73 X?O WILL be given for information of a o*** good 8-roomed House, in Id section. —Apply Star Office. 34 W A" jj T E : 5T AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL ~?- for Prlnces : street. Must be good plain cook. References required. -Good wages. Apply—BOX 417. 57 \Y -AN T ' E D, SMART BOY FOR OFFICE. Apply, by Eetter— THE GREAT NORTHERN BREWERY, LTD.. Khyber Pass-rd., Auckland. 38 VyANTED—PURCHASER FOR FRUIT » » FARM, easy driving distance of Auckland; extensive peach, plum, and apple orchards, in full bearing; splendidly sheltered. House and outbuildings; fine views. 51 Acres. A Bargain at £1S per acre. Easy terms. Particulars apply J. E. HAYMAN, Seller of Property, 23 City Chambers (Over Self's). M 153 A" 35 T E 67 Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on VENETIAN BLINDS. EDEN TERRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. TUCKER "DROS., Venetian Blind Makers •*-* and Wire Workers. Telephone 1667. 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. Victoria-st., next Central Hotel. MIS 7 TJERAMBUL AT O R TRADE. WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR UPHOLSTERING. Also, GOOD BOY FOR THE TRADE. Apply— S. S. CLARKE, KARANGAHAPE-ROAD. fJUIE ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOETOE. Wanted, a GOOD PLAIN COOK for the above institution. • Apply to the Matron, The Orphans' Home, St. Stephens-avenue, Parnell. .:. ...jyjrU'SCLEs . in- knots. JOINTS ALL STIFFENED AND SWOLLEN. Lance-like pains torture and torment the victim of Rheumatism, and you don't thiuk you will ever get rid of the disease Perhaps you have tried all kinds of socalled cures and much-advertised qiiack remedies all to no purpose: Well don't despair. There is a medicine that can and will cure you. Take RHECTXIO. 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. RHEDMO Is neither a liniment nor a pill, but a liquid mediciue of marvellous therapeutic value. R>HE>UMO conquers Rheumatism. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. _ WANTED KNOW N— KAPOK AND FLAX MATTRESSES a Speciality. Auckland Prices, and a large selection. H. PRIME, Furnisher, ONEHUNGA. i - ■ M 271

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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