Default

.-■ ";'...,;:■.. .';.'-■ :..;■ WATSTED; good' Gobpers.—Apply, lmnie-■v-'dla'tely,. Sngar.. Works; Chejsea , . ■ : i.4 ' T\7ANTEI>, Pantrymaid.—For: address,: ap-' r. » »~ply Silver Grid,ipurhamtst. East. (32 ; TX7ANTED,- an Apprentice lor '- ' » Benhe't, Milliner, Karangahupe-rd. . ' TX7ANTKD, Ofrl-.tb assist; easy,place.-—Ap-i T* ply at once. Star Agency, Onehunga: -■ \X7AK*CEI>; first-class Chef. —Apply,: stat- ." '.Y'V ing wages, Restaurant, : Post Office. .61. \ TX/AXTED, ,a : Boy.—Gee .: aud . Potter, - VV Coadibnllders, Lor'ne and Kutland sts. • ■ ■- ,-', :•"■-- ' '■' ; " ■■'"', ,23; WANTED, an experienced :Woman So. Plain Cooking. —--Apply 24, Lower J- Nelson-st.. .-'.. -.- '.:-7> :' - . : : - ' \7r7ANTED, at- once,' "--young General.— -T-V. Apply Sirs 'Harry Jiuinger, Fairtas- ' rd., Epsom. . ■ ■ ■ '..:\\;'■■'■:■-. ;,- ;'.,.; "■ \; VtstaJSTED at once .Shirt andy Collar :. yy er; iio glazing; 25/ . week,fr-IXI» "Laundry, Hamilton. : '•' ; .' """ '-**..' .., ANTED, 2 fli'st-class' Cqat Hands.—Apply P. B. Greenhough; Defiance. Eao- '• tory, Kewton-rd. ', - -•.- '■■ ■ : ' : 65 ; WANTED; by young man, Light Employ-' . ment of an evening; good references. —" y Apply. Star Offlce. •. ANTED by young lady, Position as Lady Help or 'Companion.—Apply " Rimu,'.' ; 106, Graf ton-road.' 27 ANTED, a respectable Boy; to assist on: bread " . Burton, ' .Excelsior, ■• Bakery, Grafton-rd. ■;' •■-'•-' -''•>.'■?' , TJTTANTED, to learn, gerlo-songs for vaude- - "V villestage;one guinea quarter.—Apply ; "Daisy;" Newton P.O. , ; ... ~29 ' TTITANTED, Three Girls for light wort.—" : *» Apply J. H. Love, Wholesale' Saddler,; ' Junction -of Queed and Grey stS; .. . 8 \ ANTED, a Youug Woman to press skirts.—Apply, at D. and A. Brown, ; Dyersand Cleaners: .Works: Grafton-i-d.. 72 A'XTE.D, a respectable Girl for -General H'onse Work; a good tone.—'For address apply W. iStrahan, Bntclier, Hobson- ; St. ' , 175 WANTED, Work by Day or Housekeeper, or take Cook's Place ig gentleman's . house, where another kept.—Apply Star • Office. " ' ,' - - 189; 1 YXTANTEpT iiachinisti for -single and VV double needle macllne; also improvers. ! —A. W. Smith, Shirt Factory, St. Paul- " ; street. 119 ; XXT ANTED, Man with experience in oil . • » engines; must be able to handle timber ) jack; wages 10/ per day.—Apply W. Steele, 1 Maniaku. • TX7ANTED, , Two' smart Boys; must be - »t workers. —Apply .smart, Sam. Barr, 2 Vulcan Iron Wrcrks and Coach Factory, '. Onehunga. ANTED, Situation as Cook, In small private family; sleep out; good cook; just from Home. —Address : JI.A., 229* [Star Office. > .... " .41 - TX7ANTED, three good Coppers; constant; > »» work to really good F-res- - ton and Grange, Keg and Vat Makers, s≥2, ; Wyndhain-st. 122. ANTED, competent Cook-General for' small family; nursery housemaid kept. 1 —Apply" Mrs. 'Robert Burns, corner Arma- [ dale-road, Kemuera. 120 ANTED, Situation by Man, good Allround Experience, Grocery, Drapery, ■ and General; country preferred. — Address ' H. 8., 286, "Star" Office. 24 WANTED, Position us-Confidential Clerk, ' bookkeeping and typing, by Young i; Lady. :Has acted in.above s'iderabie time. Good references. —Address '-"A.K.," Star Office. ANTED, every working man in Auckland to get 4/6 Tennis Shirts for 2/6----1 and '2/9.- at Shrimskl's Sale; cor. Queen . and WeUealey ste, : *' . • ;j ; ■ ■ .: , ANTED' Keady-to> ..Wear Costumes,, .made by A. S.----1 Streeter and Co.;.l'itt-st' and KarangahapeT ' rd. (oppo. Bradstreet, Draper), troni-3igs.' - rarAN2Elh-.,tirorker^tOvJpUKup-lUi«hiini- A •A i J *rV' ski's, The : WorfiSg btlend. Sale ' Now On; Stock litonghtered. WANTED. :KniSnTi.—That we deliver Tanpiil, Westjioit, Newcastle; and -all Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the 1 City, or Suburbs at lowest rates.— I WINSTONE, ■ LTD., Coal Merchants and • Carriers, Queen-sf., Customs-st., Syiionds- ; stu, and Mt. Eden.- ■• .-> /,. >....- .-■-.-. WANTED, workers to kiiow that Shrunskrs Sale is now on. Trousers, Shirts, ■■ Suits, Hats, etcl, absolutely slaughtered. ANTED Known—A. S~Streeter and Co., Parisian Ladies' Pitt-st. and Karangahape-rd. (oppo. Bradstreet,-Draper), have a large Assortment of Tailor-made Keady-to-Wear 'Costumes on show, from 3* guineas." Should they not suit you, we will . take your measure and guarantee the latest and best procurable. WANTED, workingmen'a wives to secure bargains at Shrlmski's - Sale — 3/11 Shirts for 1/11; 1/6 Braces for 10U . Everything slaughtered. A JJ T -E D ~ X N O- \V jS— That I can supply UNION HOUSE COAL, at 27/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TADPIRI aud other Coals; Coke..and ' Firewood.—A. E. TATTLEY, Coal Meri chant, Carrier, etc., Newmarket, 'Puone 457. M34S ' \7[7ANTED Known.—Edgar and Co., the - »V - old-established Dyers and Cleaners," i give satisfaction.—Address, Wellesley-st. E. WANTED, every working man and his wife in Auckland to know that ' Shrlmski, The Wurklnguian's Friend, starts his Sale To-morrow. , Hats, Ties, Socks', Suits, Shirts, etc., slaughtered, s TTITANTED Known —Why have Poor Hair, 5 VV when Miss Wrigley gives Two Months' - Treatment for 12/? —93, Karangahape-rd. ■ 154 vy ANTED KNOW N. A T g MITH AND CONS, DENTISTS, HOBSON-ST. i (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY UPPER Oli LOWER SETS OF TEETH from Two Guineas. Good Fit " Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade ' Open from 6 to 8 Every Evening for PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. C A N. T E D- X NO W N. • TTOME OF Tl/TODERN T^ENTISTRX, ' A MERICAN r "TiENTAL "pAKLOKS, QUEEN AND AVELEESLEY: STS., • AND CORNER OF CUBA AND MANNERS STS., WELLINGTON. M 283 ANTED, workinginen and'their wives to be at • Shrimski's Sale — 4/6 Straw Hats, 4d each.—Queen aud Weilesley sts. r\T ANTED KNOWN. AMERICAN SHOES FOR LADIES. DERBY OXFOUDS. THE FASHIONABLE -BALL" TOE, 16/9 16/9 IN TAN AND BLACK. JAMES ADAMS AND CO. Opp. Public Library. . .J. A Special. Consignment of ... . . LADIES' GLACE LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS (ROUND AND POINTED TOES), 10/6 10/6 i ■*.. iQ/6 . I 10/6 - THIS IS A CUT PRICE — FIT WELL AND WEAR WELL. ) SHOE FOR HOUSE OR SCHOOL WEAR, { WITH ONE STRAP, USEFUL, : 4/11. t JAMES A DAMS AND po., • "DEITISH AND. A MERICAN CJHOB I fiTOBES. OFFOBITB PtJBMC LIBRARY. L , ""•*: ; ." , Mβ.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item
Bibliographic details
Word Count
870

Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working