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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909
WANTED. to Buy, well found 16ft Open \V*Saj]liig Boat.— Reply H.P., 330, Star • -O&ce. ?? -==TvTEij Furnished Itooui, by widow I 'W and children.—Address Widow, 337, , gtt rOffice. " a rtrlVXEI'- 2 smart Lads to learn the 'W- drapery business. —Grey and Ford, Lta.. Newton. FfrJxTKD. smart Lad to learn the busi--*W ne«.—Ernest Moore aud Co., Gent.'s .•Outfitter. 240, Qneen-st. lOC. rfriNTED, Employment for real good VV ploughman. —Apply Warren's Agency, 26, Hißh-st. 'Phone 2602. 105 rTTAXTED Known. —You want a Good "W.Dliiner. We want your Custom at the 'C.C.C-, High-st. and Vulcan-lane. 103 rjfjANTED, Three 400-Gallon Round *VV Tanfcs. second-hand, in good condition —Mackay, Telephone-rd., Birkenhead. ~ 104 tttaNTED, 1~ large nicely Furnished VV Double Bed-Sittingroom; use all conveniences; near reservoir.—Address Urgent, yewton P.O. ANTED, Instructor for Ladies' Physical Culture Class. Saturday evenings.— Apply, stating terms and qualifications to .Omega, 309, Star Office. 107 XT/AN'TEI", Position by first-class Picture VV Framer, Mount Cutter, and Composition Worker; could take charge.—Keply Monlfling. 331, Star 'Office. 90 WANTED, 2 good Stone Nappers, stone already quarried and spalled, price 3/ . -yard for 31n metal. To Let. Bushfelllug Contract. 120 acres. To Let, for Gumdlg- , 'ging Purposes, 1429 Acres, royalty £200 Milkers 15/ to 20/: Groom. 20/.— McLeod's Begistry. 'Phone 884. 90 WANTED.— Mrs Lockley. H.M. Arcade (established over 20 years), wants Second Cook, 25/. Waihi; Kitchen Boy,-15/, Te Aroha: Generals, all parts; Woman Cook, SO/: Waitress. 17/6, good place, Wbalatane, go Thursday's boat; Women Cooks Botorua. and all parts; 2 Waitresses. 17/6 each, Dargaville; Waitresses and Housemaids. 20/ each, town, country; Married Couples; etc., etc. 3^ IXTBD—W. Cook. 30/. city; 2 good Waitresses, together, Rotorua; Laundress 15/. Housemaid 15/, Waitress' 15/ ail Kotorua; Housemaid 15/, Waitress 15/. together. North; Housemaid 15/, Waitress 15/. Waikato; W. Cook 30/. Housemaid 15/ Bast Coast; W. Cooks, 20/ 25/. 30/, town and country; Waitress, assist bar. Paeroa; Capable Help, 20/. Raglan; Housemaid, 17/ V <X. Wairoa: Housemaid, 15/. Dargaville; Generals. 15/, 20/; Farm Cadets, etc., etc' —Prosser's Registry, next H.M. Arcade. ■Phone 2570. Og , VjJ A N T E D, '■■' H: FEW FIRST-CLASS COAT HANDS; also, APPRENTICES. , i , i Apply— (P. B. GREENHOUGH. Defiance Factory, Newton-rd. 101 XTOUNG Married Man seeks Position -il Country Mill; can work head and tall circular and sharpen own saw.—Reply Millhand, 334, Star Office. HI TTOIJNG Man, with good Home and CololA nial experience ln drapery trade, desires Situation in Fiji or Islands.—Reply Strong. 333, Star Offlce. 97 LOST AND FOUND. LOST, a Bay Mare, about 14.2, both knees broken. —Apply Parsons. Butcher Grey Lynn. ' ' LOST, in Queen-st., Handbag, containing insurance book, money, ticket; reward —188, Victorla-st. West. 98 T EFT ou counter, some time ago, Parcel Al containing skirt. Will owner please call for and Ford, Newton. T OST, on Saturday afternoon, between Ai Heme Bay tram terminus and Cashmore's mill. Small Lace-edged Handkerchief. —Reward, 8, Colling-wood-st. 86 OST, between Ponsonby and Takapuna, Gold Watch, Chain, Heart, and Quartz Pendant; prized as memento. —£2 reward on returning to Mr. Histed, Ponsonby-rd. in Ngaruawahla, March 16th, A gum of Money. Owner can have same on application to Mr Ridgley, Ngaruawaiia. FOB SALE. (Continued from Page 2.) "CTOR SALE, Light Harness Mare, with J- foal by Trotter Le Rosier- cheap Biley, "Crom Villa," Penrose. rR SALE, Phonograph, "Edison Home"; cheap; aluminium horn, records and 2 cases; splendid condition.—Forrester's Household Bazaar, Newmarket. 110 OR SALE, Hobson-st., Furniture of 6- _ roomed Boardinghouse. Price, £50; rent fl per week.—Thos. F. Cahill, Alliance Buildings, Queen-st., opposite Fort-st. S?A.o[\— BARGAIN.—MUST BE SOLD, Btt4U OWNER LEAVING NEW ZEA-LAND.—Green-lane, 4 minutes from station, new House, 4 rooms, bathroom and scullery; gas, water; washhouse, copper and tubs; 2 rooms 11 1 12, 1 room 12J x 15.8; 1 11 x 12; bathroom, 5_ x 7; steel ceilings; p.w.c; clothes press; insured £300; section, 41 s about 140 ft; volcanic; dry, high position, no srone; owner must realise. Easy terms. —Ernest Colson, 31, Shortland-st. 109 [ DEVONPORT— Over Half-acre Land and 7-roomed Dwelling, main road frontage;J desirab.e, high, healthy position. £750. 1 "iVrT. EDEN—6-roomed House and Nice *** Section; close to main road and railway station. £525. EPSOM —£450—Six-roomed Cottage and Large Volcanic Section; 6 doors from tram. C ~R WILW-kMSON AND QO., HOBSON BUILDINGS. SHORTLAND.AND FORT STS. S4 /"I U E A P LAND. MOUNT EDEN.—Cheap Allotment, 82fl frontage; quite level; just oil tram line. f240. rpWO Acres Volcanic Land. Takapuna; , -*- main road and water frontage; will \ grow anything. £250. ONE Acre of Land, Just off Grafton-rd., close to Cemetery Bridge. £350. - - C. R. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Hobsou Buildings. Shortland and Fort sts. A? A A A—PONSONBY.—A neat new Cot- / o»-LJ-y tage, 4 rooms, scullery; bath, > pantry, workshop, washhouse; fixed tubs; allot, 60 x 99ft. Will sell, £85 cash, balance ou weekly payments. 'j4?00~ — PONSONBY. — Cottage of 4 jwoou rooms, ln first-class order; nice level section; near tram. Sell on easy . terms. TirOLNT ROSKILL—ROCKY NOOK.— JJA - Cottage of 5 largr rooms; bath, etc.; fine-level section; splendid position. £500. ft C. R. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Hobson Buildings, Shortland and Fort sts. . »2 TO LET. f0 LET, large double Bed-sittingroom.— _•*-. No. 42. Great North-rd. 112 rpO LET, 3-roomed House, 10/. —Appiy _ 16. Liverpool-st., Karangahape-rd. fpo LET, Shop and Dwelling, Dominion- .**■ rd. Would suit barber.—Apply 4, below ™*J*s, Grocer. 115 HV) LET, Building, suitable for workshop, ■J- .dressmaker, etc.; rent 10/. —Apply ley, oppo. Newton P.O. 'PO LET, comfortable Bed-Sitting Room; fireplace and conveniences; double or angle beds.—"Windermere," Scotia-place, .gfJCpper Queen-st. 100 fpO LET, new 7-roomed House, Mt. Eden, '•*■ up-to-date, and every convenience; Mndy cars; immediate possession.—J. H. Millar. 20. Coombes' Arcade. IOJ TySVOXPORT.—New Villa of 7 rooms, - - bath, patent w.c. Large section. Nice «>wiy position. 18/.—C. R. Williamson and «>., Hobson Bidgs., Shortland and Fort g; 114 . ■UNCLASSIFIED ADVTS. Millinery classes.—miss g. Payne. ~*Tt7 Ponipallier Terrace, Ponsonby, near jMee Lamps. Terms moderate. 85 MATERNITY Nurse waiting Engagement. —Mrs M. Sanders, St. George's Bayfg Parnell. 87 D Y tv?. U AXD FRENCH DRY CLEAN- ' Win* I:s G.—Get your Summer Clothes Dyed ana ii r ~°J?, urs b - T J - G - Peat - "The" Dyer 18Bv "S- Cleaner, 74, Grafton-rd. 'Phone Dpi,, c coll ect and deliver. Receiving Stii? * H - Phillips. Tobacconist and jy-'ioner oppo. Railway Gates, Queen-st.; ■tffioad t Stationer ' cr ' Kh . vbc ' r l a ss and
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909
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