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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909
WANTEI". WANTED,, Experienced Waitress, Strand Cafe, Qneen-st;' 50 VX7ANTED, a strong Girl for pantry.—Ap- ' • t ply Alexander, Queen-st ' WANTED, a Wood- turner or Improver. ■ —Apply W. L. Rogers, Ponsonby-rd. ANTED, a General.—Ajply Mrs Peter Robertson, Retreat, upper Symondsst. 79 ■"CT7ANTED, Girl, to assist ln housework. — T» Apply Dancing Academy, 3,7 Upper Queen-st. 23 ANTED, a good Man for market gar- ... dening, two days a week.—E. Copsey, Avondale. 34 ANTED, "at once, Young General. — Apply. Mrs Harry Rainger, Falrfaxrd., Epsom. --. -«. -- --■■■■■ - - ■- WANTED at once. Shirt tnd Collar Ironer;. no glazing; 26/ wei'k.—lXL Laundry, Hamilton. ANTED,-..by- young, lady, Position as Lady Help or Companion.—Apply V.J., -Star Office. ■___, ■ . ft. .. . . ■ 111 WANTED by young lady, Position as Lady Help or 'Companion.—Apply .'.' Blmu," 106, Graf ton-road. ■ ... . -.27 ANTED, .. Assistants for Dress_ Dept.— Apply 'to Rushbrook and Bridgman, near Grey Statue.- '•--■ -■- . ... WANTED, to learn, serlo-songs for vaudeviile stage; one guinea quarter.—Apply " Daisy," Newton P.O. 2U "OiTANTED, Tradesmen's Books to make * * Tup and Debts to colieet.^-Address Books, 30L Star Office. 114 ryANTED, Housemaid-Waitress; must » t have Upper Queenrst. 2 doors above King's Court. 82 a General,--16/, small--family, »"" near town, new House; every convenlence.—Address Monica, 312, Star Offlce.--24 ANTED,, a respectable Girl for General House Work; a good tome.—'For address apply W. Strahan, -Butcher, Hobsonst. , ■ 176 TT7ANTED, capable EoiKfflald' for Mrs »» Louis Myers.—Apply Krs Leo Myers, "Alameda," Symondss-t., i&ornlngs or evenings. ■ , :. ■ LOT WANTED, Work by Day or Housekeeper, or take Cook's -Place ln gentleman's house, where "another Star Office. '-' 189 ANTED, Machinists for single and double needle machine; also Improvers. -t-tA., W. Smith, Shirt Ea.-.tory,-St.' .Paulstreet. . , ft'- ft 100 TTt/'ANTED, at once, Improver,- bakehouse; ■tt bread dep wire address last employer, apply James "Ersklne, Baker, Gisborne . ANTED. Situation as Cook, in small . private family; sleeprout;-goodcook; Just from Home.—TAddress" M.A., 229, Star Office. _ -ft" '. '/■ .""/ 41 VS7ANTED, three-good Coopers; constant »" .work to really good men.—Apply- -Preston and Grange, Keg and Vat Makers, 22, Wyndhamrst. • , s ; ,_ .. 122 WANTED, by young married 7 man., any Position of Trust; total abstainer; good references of character.—Address Willing, 315, Star Offlce. . " "22 TyANTED,-a few first-class Denim Sla- »» chinists; constant employment.—Apply Macky, ,-Dogah, -Caldwell and Co., Brown-st;, Ponsonby. ANTED, competent Cook-General for small family; nursery housemaid kept. —Apply Mrs. Robert Burrs,- corner Arma-dale-road, Remuera. ~, 120 tntjTANTED, Situation by Man, good AU- '" "round Experience, Grocery, Drapery, and General; country preferred. — ■ Address H. 8., 288, "Star" Office. 24 ..TX7ANTED] Situation for. Competent ft%.l Housekeeper, with child .(oyrs); can recommend; town or country.—Prosser's- Reglstryj :next .H.M.-, Arcade-.-i> fti- "'ft ft ■ ■;* 93 WANTED.7 by yonhg *lady,; ""Diploma," Pupils £ Piano. Tiblin, and Singing; homes' visited; £1 5/ -. quarter.—Address "Diploma." 14, Star Office. .'. M4SB WANTfiD, -iCfarried Couple ■■ take- charge Furnished Cottage,"" '■Devonport, 4 rooms, all conveniences;- oust be able to take charge straight away; easy terms.— Apply Empson, Grocer, Devonport. 15 ANTED, Position as Confidential Clerk, bookkeeping and' typing, by Xoung Lady. Has acted in above capacity for considerable time. Good references.—Address "A.K.," Star Offlce. ANTBD-kW. Cooks, gentlemen's .houses, Symonds-st., Mt. £klen; Generals, Ponsonby, N. Shore, town (one lady only}, Parnell, Epsom, others; I». Helps, one "where servants.kept; Housemaid, experienced, 16/", urgent, gentleman's house, small family. Good Housekeepers wanting Situations.— -. Mrs. Arthur, Strand. 14 WANTED Known.—That we deliver Tnupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Firewood, to jmy part of the City or Suburbs at lowest .rates.— WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st., Syinondsst., and Mt. Eden. WANTED - Known—Why have" Poor Hair, when Miss Wrigley gives Two Months' Treatment for 12/?—93, Karangahape-rd. ISA WANTED Known—(Reynolds' for Motor Cycles, Reynolds' for Motor Cycles.Raynolds' for Motor Cycles. The famous.E.N. light weight now on view. Send for particulars.—E iNewton. WANTED Known —Upholstering and Renovating of all kinds of Furniture,-in first-class style, at moderate prices.—H. E. Thompson and Co., 98, Albert-st. 26 ANTED Known—Best Shop for Cycle Repairs.—P. Faithful. Ponsonbyrd., opp. Western Park. Outer Covers, 7/6; tubes, S/6. Open till &SO. 123 WA . N T E. D, Feeders to order their CHAFF, OATS, BRAN, HAY, and STRAW, from JOHN W. ANDREW (late Gladding and Hunter). EDEN TERRACE. -Quality prime; delivery prompt. Price right. 'Phone 1563. M 458 WANTED Known—That anyone contemplating Building, Repairing, 'or Extending their present premises, will get the best workmanship at fair rates, by placing their order with W. GERRARD, General Builder, Sherborae-rd., Mt. Eden. - - M 482 WANTED, WOMEN <mo wash clothes to give One Bottle; of WILWORSH ft trial; no rubbing or soaking; clothes wear longer. Washing costs 3d. ANTED Known:—lf you are Moving, ring up 'phone 2157; cheapest furniture removing vans iv town. —W. B. Snook," Carrler, Eden Terrace. ANT E~D KNOWN-; A SHORT PRICE-LIST. -- FURNITURE—Green Blinds, on patent spring rollers, complete - with- fittings, 1/HWire . Wove Mattresses from 9/6; Wire Wove 'Stretchers, 11/6; Flax Mattressea from 8/6; Kapok Mattresses, 13/6; Bedsteads from 22/6; Couches. 80/; nice Duchess Pairs, 48/6; Combination Chests from 32/6 to 90/; Sideboards from 67/6Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/11; Children's High Chairs, 5/6; W.B. Chairs, 6/Floor Cloth, 1/3 per yard; Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, in Iron, Oak, Mahogany, walnut, with all fittings complete 2/3; etc.. etc. '","' ' TRAVELLING TRUNKS—Special Strong Steel Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6/9; also Steel Hat Boxes from 3/6 to 7/6. CUTLERY —A splendid assortment of Table Cutlery, by well known Sheffield makers; White-handled Table Knives, 2/6 the half dozen; a very Special Line, 6/ the half dozen; Carving Knives and 'Forks, from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoons 2/ the half dozen;. Forks, Table - Spoons' etc. A splendid Saw Bread Knife, 1/; Razors, 2/6 upwards; Pen Knives, two blades, from Cd to 5/; a real good Sheath Knife, complete with leather sheath, 1/9 E.P. WARE—A Fine , Assortment of Nickel Plated Cruets of four bottles and more, from 4/6, 0/6, 6/0, upwards. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Box Iron, 2/6; Paieut Draught Iron, 4/G; Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from 5/11; Spring Balances, to weigh 251b, Bd, 501b, 1/; Enamel- Kettles from 2/; Tin Kettles from lOd; Copper Bottom Kettles from 1/11; Solid Copper Kettles, 4/0; Meat Mincers, 3/9; Spirit Stove, 9d; Kerosene Stoves, very handy, from Z/. GAS GOODS—Gas Rings, 1/9, 2/, 2/3, to 3/6; Gas Iron, 4/6; Gas Grills, 12/0;- Steel 1 Gas Tubing, from 1/3 per length. At H. R. SHROFF'S, General Importer, 106 and 108, VICTOBIA-ST.. JIBIO
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909
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