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WASTED,'' Shirt, : F-- . M; Ktng-and.Xlo.,!^,."Albert-st; '." - XX7AHTED at:oncp: Shirt and Deftla Ma- **" " Qriiftin»v rd ■ ■ :.::■■ : '.- noa ANTED, Buyers, Glass ..im Jars; 2I'J," --4/6T.do-i.-^Hlldret!i'.aiiit-:S6n^.T;ictoria-st. y?-.~: ;...-.v: ;'.:-:;V',.::■;■ >~';■-,..; " ...MajM WANTED. Work for. a '.smart -.Lad, usedtto I office work.—Address A.S.; 399. Star! Office, " -- " *•." £".'~ "2\ .■V\7ANTED, ICoung r Man for farm; must be j T *'. good.iiiilker.—Apply Parker-Lamb Tlih'oec.'Co.--.- . ■■.;, .. .-■'■;■ yj";'-. .-■ -~.1 .■.-...;••'.:-XB4 | VXTANTED, good General, household of 2; | »'" -Apply Mrs* Ttoucie, -"Cargerii"': Eden Crescent. :••:,'. '. •.-.,-.';'•'■' ;. :"v ■i.v '38 j TK7AKTED, Tfouser and •' Vest ' Hands.-i- ---■:■' y.-,. British;' Wotoljeu Co., Tailors.- iTS^I-". Karangahape-rd. ,' .; .:'',".. ,/.-18l TI7ANTED7a ftlrl.-to assUt.in ■ lightTiouseL ».». work.-.-Apply.Sirs'. WIU-lams, 1 oft Great -'.-,- '•■-,,',;' . ; ' : ,' 92 \ YX/A-ViJil), smart Lad to learn the busl--7 » i Moore and? Co/; ,: Gent.'s Otitfitter 240,,-Queeri-st.-: : i --:--- '-■• 106. WANTED, Olrl to'assist housework, sleep .. . --at-houie;..;.tram.,fare'paid.77-App.iy, Iref lawney, iirange-rd.,- Mt. liden.-., - .. -„27 J ."TSTANTED. urgently, coat and. Vest Hands I J » -and Trousers,.aud .DenimAlacfilhistsl— j Apply J. 3k-Morra'n.: England-st:'- '--- ;.'-: J 103 I TS7ANXED. a Dressmaker, for two days ▼'iiest addiess, 'applv''Bfidg-' ;Store.; Domiuipn-rd.;- tot. . KtiskilC U5 Hoaii, mai'iir smart Housemaid and 'Waitress-, Apply by. wife, Hotel Botoraaf.. - WANTED, by good-Gene'ral-BlaCkSniitft-: Work,,town or couu'try;.country pre-j ferred.-^Apply Blacksmlthr-yewton-V.Q:, 17 WANTxiD, -i^onng., .general -'- houiewofk;"" Froude, Cheltenham - "Terrace,' De'vbnport. .. " ;■'■}".: "• il: Vj] ~ r-c?'.';-. 7133 ■ TX7ANTED; I by - Certiacated- young ■ lady, ».-▼" Etiplls tor Piano:, honies.-visued;. 1,5/ quarter.-^Address-Musicai' Student, 50,t,Star. oaice. ,:.:,.;',, , ~ -y; ".".■,.;%'' '^uss WANT-ED. for neit season.- i''aiiiiiy.,'take , ,'milkiag on shares; 40 to ply'by letter, with'reference's,'Alfred •Kidd; Hlgh-st. ../..■- j>; ■ ■;;: ::■.-..'{. .i::.-:,'. : 12§ KegiStrr, ''-ltiß-,-rSjs - mohds-st—2 -Oooks-;?-Symonds-st., - : ,£X: Housemaids, • -15/;'' L'atly; Help's,:? "10/; .'l2/T 'Phone 2268 - — : '-"'r ;''"'■' -" WANTKD, by young married-"man; any Position of Trnst; total abstainer"; good references .of : charaCte'rJiPAddress: Willing, 315; Star Office:- ■/■-;--' V--; -. : 2i WANTED, good "Plain; ' references;-;wages,..£l.—Appl.v»;jao.r,hT «ngs or-; evenings; W.'.-H; Bloomlieid, Ov.-i-t>.---id.. Epsom.'' 2? W~ ANTED, a lew', 'lirst-claas yDcnlui 1 MhV -- chiuists:: constant - ply-Micky,-": 'Cq.t rlrown-st.. Ponsonby. - - .■■-... .... '_■'■":' XXT ANTED, Instructor for -Lftdiee'. Physical }fy ;.:■ Chltnre.-; evenings. — Apply; statiug-terms-aha -q.uaUScatlons,''i.to Omega",' .So9'.: Star' Office..' ; . ?■ KFjt' ANTED, ' te-day. r Sup"arior'-:'PeraOnT.aS Cool:, assistance-" giv.ea,--; Hamilton-; good .p*riva'te" notfie, __Mlss •- Sinclair,;. The" Graf ton. Book-room; Khyber" Pass:/" '~",;"',..-'""; '.'■-■'" : . ■-;.^-- rr -"':3 ANTED, Position -.as-Conadentiai-. 01erk. ; bcokkeeplhg • and-; hy ■-■ :Y oung Lady. Has acted in above, capacity, for- considerable ticie. Good"A.X.,'"> Stari Office^- ? ;!:-; j. -■•.;;.; \:..?i. t:-.;-■:■ ANTED; Waitress, Tauina'nlnni; Housemaid, private.. Xv: General,: town, suburbs", country, siuail fs'millesr 'Lv Helps, suburbs; capable I-leip^jmsll: family,-. Bqto. rua; .Housemaid, sleep' home. •' Parnell. E'derlv lanv. would - take- .sajalL isal.ary in comfortahTe ' home,: -' light.•Arthur, Strand.;.:,-.;,'■-■ —- O'--'.- :.-'.::;-^»t-i-.-agMt. Tt7ANTED :--="Kfi6wn.--^Th^^^^v«^iA«e'i«ibill .V> ■ lanpiri, WestpoTr, Newcas.tje, andvall. CoaJsi'- aiso;- idrewobd, lto- f any"i part of>the Oitv - <0t. ".-SsbitKis:',"at loweat; — ■AVINSTONE,' IiTD., Coal ■• Merchants'' and - 'Carriers, Qneeß-ist., Cnstom.s-st.;,.:Symoh6>; St.,.and ait' Edan. r . -.- -. "-.-:-..•;-■ ,v..J r -V' /■->?.■>-. WANTED" .fihop .'for Gyole . Repairs.—-P. JPaithfol. .46..- Ponsonby : rd..' opp. Western Part 'Oate' Covers, 'T/S; tuljes,- S/S. ' Open- tliS 0.3Q.'.-':'-. ■■■:'-:jJ- : .>. ""---. 122 TXTANTECD ; G'razingf yV_-nrtth good" water. - two; or 'threerhoreeb. -—Apply Geo'.'' Geac'h, Epsom.-..41. ANTEff Kn'own-—AIl s .tiatesf iStjies and . ,}Shapes: in -Gents' Hats, Ties,. Shirts, Dpblej CenTra! House, "Newmarkec; W. --A-.- •N, " ...T .'..:. E '•'~ ! '"'.D; . -Feeders-to order .their.CH"AFE,_OAIB.. BRAN. HAY, and STRAW';- from -AQHN-W; ANDREW tfcte Gladding .and .Hunter); EDEN TERiiACE. .Quality prime; nellvery. proniptl "Price" right. "Phone' 1588..T ''M 456 WAITED'" 4 ! :templating'..ißuUding, j.Bepairing,. ;or . lixtending their- present premises,. ,will; get the best workmanship' lit: lair i rates;'-by placing their oroer-with 5-W. - Gl!>kiiAHl>', T General Builder, Sherborne ; rd.; Mt. .Kdcn.- .. : - --r . t." M*S2 WANTED Known—oteynoids'v for - Motor Cycles,' Reynolds: Cyc.es,lta> - nolds' for Motor Cycles.. The famous light. weigit now on' view- :..Send fof par-ticulars.—2£[J^--^WT ; JXewtOT : E^^«yiipld3 ; TTTASTED, "WOMEN; <«*o wash,', clothes to iW .give. iOne:/BotUe-' of- •; WItWOUSH' .a trial; no rubbing Or soaking; clothes weak ionger. , -Washing costs 3d.- .- • - : .^-rtr." ANTED' J 'yon are' ;M6yli»gi rins-up 'phone i! 37; cheapest "furniture removing van* iatowar.lV. B. Snook, Car.rier, Eden, Terrace., ~' .'- .■■' "..-," I'/: "v,«t a kV'E-.'b"' .:;:'":rr N 7 ;d."w.;'_s £\CEEN eHOES., ; 'QCEEir'gHOES;. '■! ■ "--' - *;. 1 i\ ' , >' : -,-- v;.,„T We have' just • opened:"a!-,- shipment- ;; of 1 above celebrated make .of '• JUadies.' ..Shoe's! IN TAN AND.BLACK. f: :~IU ajhey are Simpiy;. r^erfectiph.-.'".'•'-:! i liindly Call' and -' ' ; W AND-«6n^7~ ltd." ■ '•;;' 12, victoria-street. mlsg ANTE D K-N O W NY- ! , A SHORT PRICE .LIST:- . "., ! FTJRNITDKB—Green Blinds; on .patent I spring rollers, complete with • fittings. Jyll; Wire Wove Mattresses from -•9/«;- Wire Wove" Stretchers, 11/6;'. .Flas "■"'Mattresses from 8/ri; Kapok Mattresses," li>/t5; Bedsteads from au/6; .: % Couche's,v. 30/;. .nice i Duchess Pairs', 48/6; Combination,'Cbesf« ! from- iJ2/6 to -90/; Sideboards"'from «T/ti; Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, ' 2/11: Child- 1 ren's.High Chairs, 5/6; W.8.--Chairs,- 6/; Floor Cloth, 1/8 per;yard: Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, In'lron, Oak, Mahogany, . Walnut, with all fittings Icom'pletei 2/3; etc.. etc.- . i>- . n i-.>. -1 .-?». TRAVELLING TRUNKS—Special Strong ■ Steel Travelling Trunks, with' strong- brass j lock, from 0/0; also Steel Hat Boxes from 8/6 to 7/6.- - - .-.■-—■ -«•,--..- - CUTLERY—A ! splendid « assiortmeht ' of Table- Cutlery, by well known Sheffield makers; Wblte-haudlcd 'Teble-Knives. 2/6 the, half doaen; a very Special Line, 6/, the half-dozen.; ■■Carving' Knives: and -ioVlcs, from. 3/6 per Fair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, 2/ the- half dozen; Forks, Table Spoons, etc. A splendid Saw Bread- Knife,'!/; Razors, .2/6 upwards; .Pen .Knives..- two blades,-from 6d. 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„.5/6, C/6,:upwards^.:,:r' '-'-■;' USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Box Iron, 2/6; Patent Draught Iron, 4/6; Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from B'/U, Spring Balances,., to.,weigh 'Jslg. 501b, 1/; Enamel Kettles from.,2/; "tin KettlesYfromlOd; .Copper;. Bottom Kettles, from lfll; Solid Copper. Kettles, 4/6; Meat Mincers S/9; Spirit Stove, Od; Keroseße Stores, very bandy,;from..?/. -:'--■' ..::.--•-.- GAS QOODS-t-Gas Htaga; 1/9/ to 8/6;.Gaa Iron. 4/fl: Gaa GrlUa, 12/6; Steel Gas Tnblns, from 1/8 pee length; -.- • ■'•'■ -J At H. iB. - SHROFF'S, General Importer,' 1«» and - )IS»

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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