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WANTED. WANTED, a General.—Apply Mrs Peter Robertson, Retreat, Upper Symondsst TO WANTED, by young lady, Position as Lady Help or Companion.—Apply V.J., Star Office. 111 VUAXTED. Tradesmen's Books to mate ~» up and Debts to collect.—Address Books, 301, Star Office. 114 V/f/ANTED, smart Lad to learn the busl- "' ness.—Ernest Moore and Co.. Gent.'s Outfitter. 240, Queen-st. 106 XXT ANTED, Housemaid-Wai tress, must » » have experience.—466, Upper Queen-st. 2 doors above King's Court. 83 YXTANTED, 2 Labourers, used to concrete * » and excavating, for Job at Lake. — Apply H. H. McCalluni, Cevonport. 10 by good General Blacksmith, ferred.—Apply Blacksmith. Newton P.O. 17 YT/ANTED, at once, Improver, bakehouse, »» bread dept.—Applicants wire address last employer, apply James Erskine, Baker, Glsborne . YXfANTED— Nleholls , Registry, Sy~- * * inonds-st—2 Cooks, Symonds-st., £1; Housemaids, 15/; Lady Helps, 10/, 12/. 'Phone 2268. WTANTED, by Experienced Dressmaker, * ' Work, by day or at home; latter preferred; references.—Address Urgent 342, Star Office. 8 WANTED, by young married man any Position of Trust; total abstainer; good references of • character.—Address Willing, 315, Star Office. 22 ANTED, good Plain Cook, must have references; wages, £I.—Apply mornings or evenings, to Mrs. W. R. Bloomfleld, Owen's-rd., Epsom. 16 YXTANTED, a few ttrst-class Denim Ma- ' * rhinists; constant employment.—Apply Maeky, Logan, Caldwell and Co., Brown-st., Ponsonby. ANTED. Situation tor Competent Housekeeper, with child (syrr.); can recommend; town or country.—Prosser's Registry, next H.M. Arcade. 98 YX7 ANTED, Instructor for Ladies' Physical * v Culture Class, Saturday evenings.— Apply, stating terms and qualifications, to Omega, 309, Star Office. 107 ANTED, Position as Confidential Clerk, bookkeeping and typing, by Young Lady. Has acted lv above capacity for considerable time. Good references.—Address •■A.K.," Star, OfSce. iXTEO—Those .Furnishing, to attend Sale of CABINETMAKER'S AS'SiGNIiD STOCK .at Bassett's Auction Mart, 24, Customs-st. East, 11 a.m., 'FR-IDAtY. 23 W~ ~ANTED~every working man in Aucklaud to get 4/6 Tennis Shirts for 2/8 and 2/9, at Shriinskl's Sale, cor. Queen and Welleslcy stß. WANTED Known.—That we deliver Taupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and aIL Coals; also. Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates.— WIXSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st_, Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. ANTED, workers to roll op ro ehrlaiskl's, The Working Stan's Friend. Sale Xow On. Stock slaughtered. WANTED Known—Best Shop for Cycle Repairs.—P. Faithful 46 Ponsonbyrd., opp. Western Park. Outer Covers 7/6; tubes, 5/6. Open till 9.30. 122 ANTED KNOW N— For HARDWARE and FURNITURE, my Prices and Selection are equal to any In Auckland. Call and see. 11. PRIME, Ironmonger, OXEHUNGA. M 271 WANTED, workers to know that Shrimekl's Bale is now on. Trousers, Shirts, Suits, Huts, etc., absolutely slaughtered. WANTED —Save your money by bujSng Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Fucniture of Every Description from Cheapest House in ,tjje City.— Cochrane'?, Ltd., L'pnip!ete_ House Furnishers and Auctioneers. 1597 Queep-st. JI4SU ANTED, workinginen's wives to. secure' bargains at Shrlrnekl's Sale — 3/11 Shirts for 1/11; 1/tf Braces for lOd. Everything slaughtered. A A' T E D KNOW N— That I can supply UNION HOUSE COAL, at 27/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TAUPIRI and other Coals; Coke and Firewood.—A. E. TATTLEY, Coal Merchant, Carrier, etc.. Ken-market. 'Phone 457. WANTED, every working man and his wife in Auckland to know that Bhrimaki, The Workingman's Friend, starts his Sale To-morrow. Hats, Ties, Bocki, Suite, Shirts, etc., slaughtered. ANTED ■ " ~K NOW N— KAPOK AND FLAX MATTRESSES a Speciality. Auckland Prices, and a large selection. H. PRIME, Furnisher, ONEHUNGA. M 271 WANTS D, Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on VENETIAN- BLIKDS. EDEN TERRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. TUCKJSR .■DROS, Venetian Blind Makers -»-» and Wire W : orkers. Telephone 1667. \XT ANTED KNOWN. We buy Books, Magazines, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Paper Novels, Note Address—THE BOOK EXCHANGE. 10 Vlctoria-st., next Central Hotel. MIS 7 VXT ANTED KNOW N. A T QMITH AND QONS, DENTISTS, HOBSON-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY UPPER OR LOWER SETS OF TEETH from Two Guineas. Good Fit Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade Open from 6 to S Every Evening for PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. VST ANTED KNOWN. TTOME OF TV/VODERN T-jENTISTRY, A MERICAN "PJENTAL. pAELOBS, QUEEN AND WELLEBI-EY STS., AND CORNER OF CUBA AND MANSERS STS., WELLINGTON. M 283 ANTED, workingmeu and their wives to be at Shrimski's Sale — 4/8 Straw Hats, 4d each.—Queen and Wellesley sts. VXT AKXBD KNOWN. AMERICAN SHOES FOR LiADIES. DERBY OXFORDS. THE FASHIONABLE "BALL" TOE, 16/9 16/9 IN TAN AND BLACK. JAMES ADAMS AND CO. ! Opp. Public Library. A Special Consignment of LAD IKS , GLACE LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS (KOUND AND POINTED TOES), 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 THIS IS A CUT PRICE — FIT WELL AND WEAR WELL. SHOE FOR HOUSE OR SCHOOL WEAR, WITH ONE STRAP, USEFUL, 4/11. TAMES ADAMS AND flO., TJRITISH AND A MERICAN QflOß I QTORES, I OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBBABX. ! Me|

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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