Article image

WANTED. WANTED, a Man to take away pig food. —Apply Jackson's Fish Shop, Mt. Eden-rd. ~ . 6 W ANTED, by respectable person. Work' Tuesdays and. Thursdays.—J.P., Poh- : sonby P.O. . 64 respectable Boy for farm; one " able to milk preferred; good home.— Address T.N.M.. 304, Star Offlce. 0 WANTED, Cook-General; housemaid kept; no washing; 15/ per week.—Apply Mrs. Leys, "Afton," Argyle-st., Heme Bay. WANTED, Maternity Engagements with doctor; hospital nurs«; good attention and reasonable terms.—Apply Star Office. 44 WANTED, respectable Girl as housemaidwaitress;, must be experienced.—Mrs Barker, Harbour View, Shortland-st. City. ' ' 3 VX7 ANTED by lady, Position in shop, either ** boot or confectionery and, fruit; boot shop preferred.—Address Rita, 319, Star Office. 7 , 42 WANTED, Two Smart BoyS; must be workers.—Apply smart, Sam. Barr, Vulcan Iron Work 3 and Coach Factory, Onehunga. WANTED, by respectable woman, with girl 10 years, Engagement as Housekeeper; references exchanged.—-Mrs Ford's Registry, 376, Queen-st, opp'o. Town Hall. '■ 36 WAiNTED, an Engine Driver, with firstclass and winding certificates; wages 10/6 per day; constant employment.—Applicants to. state age, experience, and send copies of testimonials, or make personal application, to the Manager, Taupiri Coal Mines, Ltd., Huntiy. - ART PHOTOGRAPHY—Lessons dn Retouching (Latest Method), Black and White, etc. ■ ■ Apply SCHMIDT STUDIOS. 143 OOT TRADE—Wanted, a Message Boy; also Benchmen and Boys to Learn the Trade.—'Manager, Co-operative Boot Co., Ltd., Albert-st. 129 CLIENT wants small Farm, partly improved. Cottage on it preferred. 20 to 10Q acres.—Sam. White and Co., Vulcanlane. 58 T7WGLAND will execute private or biisiaH ness commissions ln England, leaving Auckland early in April.—Unexceptional references^— Reply F.G.8., 241\ Star. 112 TpURNITURE.—Wanted to Buy, HouseA- hold Furniture;' highest prices; spbl cash.—F. Olsen, Upholsterer and Mannfaeturer, 248, Karangahape-rd. 13 TAUNCH.—Wanted to Buy, Hull.—Send _____cc, etc., to W.,,400, Star Offlce. 57 "piANIST" open for Engagements — Danc- -*- Ing, Soclhls, etc. Latest Music. Ten years' experience. — Mr Glover, next Doull, plumber, Mt. Eden-rd. 33 mo GROCERS.—Wanted, by young man, A- 21, Position Grocery Trade; 6 years' local experience; good canvasser; references.—Address Reliable, 281, Star Offlce. 39 fjhb GROCERS' ASSiSTANTS,—Wanted, | t for country trade a good all-round Hand.—Apply A. Tyer and Co., College I HflL < 37 rpo GROCERS.—Wanted, Sugar Bags at A- one shilling a dozen.—E. Copse v, Avondale. £g TTRGENT—CIient wants to Buy 6-roomed *-> House, Remuera or Epsom; price must be moderate.—Sam. "White and Co. Vuican- [ lane. • ■ TA7AITING. Employment.— Men Cooks, W. ITT Cooks, Porters, Baker, Farm Hands, Waitresses, Housemaids,- and Barmaids. Great Northern Property and Labour Agency, 3, H.M. Arcade. Ift/ OPFER ED person knowing of four-J-W: roomed House to Let, near Id section;, gas.--Apply Stnr Office.';*.-" 687 W * " •*■"" "."-E i£: ,T AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL. ■ '""for "Prlnccsisfreet,"- "'■■:-' Must be good pratn cook. References required. -. -.Good wages. '-'•-.-■ '■■ —. _ < ■■ ..'-.- - 417. . 57 A" N ;t E ' D, EXPERIENCED LADY ASSISTANT FOR GLOVE DEPARTMENT. Apply— MILNE AND CHOYCE. LTD. pERAMBULATOB TRADE. j WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR UPHOLSTERING. Also, \ GOOD BOY FOR THE TRADE. Apply— S. S. CLARKE, KARANGAHAPEuROAD. YY/ A N I B Dt JUNIOR-ASSISTANT SHIPPING CLERK. Apply, by letter only, with eopies i of testimonials, to SECRETARY, L. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Auckland. 39 rpHE ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOETOE. Wanted, a GOOD PLAIN COOK for the above institution. Apply to the Matron, The Orphans' Home, St Stephens-avenue, Parnell. HE TAIRUA BROKEN HIDLS G.M CO LTD. Applications are Invited for the position of Mine Manager to the Company's Mine at Puketul; also for the position of Battery and Cyanide Superintendent. The salary for each offlce Is £5 per week. Applications, with certificates and testimonials, to be lodged at the Company's Office, No. 11 and 12, N.Z. Insurance Buildings Queen-st., Auckland, not later than Noon on FRIDAY, April 2nd, 1909. J. B. SHEATH, Secretary. WANTED KNOTS?! N. THE FRED BROWN VENETIAN BLIND Was Awarded THE FIRST CERTIFICATE AND ONLY GOLD MEDAL AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. They are Superb. Cheapest and Best. EVERY BLIND GUARANTEED. FACTORY. PONSONBY-RD. Telephone 914. mO-NIGHT — 7.30 — TO-NIGHT. GREAT DEMONSTRATION TOP SYMONDS-ST. To' be Addressed by E"our Victims of Tyranny deprived of their means of livelihood. CITIZENS, SIGN THEIR PETITION. TO-MORROW NIGHT* TOP PITTVST. 60 W A NT E D ; PROPERTIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FOR SALE, to replace recent sales. New List now in preparation. """U'EVILLE T^KWCOMB, ESTATE AGENT, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M 409. *■"■""""•*"• ANTED KNOWN--"DELIANCE T-JENTAL /COMPANY QUEEN-ST., over Smeeton's. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS BY NEW PROCESS. FEE -J / ■ft GAS EXTRACTIONS. Administration 2/6. Hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 to 8 each evening. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. M 285 AND V. PIANO AGBNCX. LTD.— • Most Varied Stock, Best Value, and Terms. —> S. Coldicutt, Manager, near Theatre. -. ' ~ t

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

Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

Word Count

Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 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.