WJ_T_E— >. . (Co-tthi-l fro-l-go L) ... WANTED, a Woman to do housework.—:- ~ , :;r . VV?r --181 : \V T AiNTED, 3 respectable young Men vy Boarders.—l4i Q—dstone-st. -....'-., '..'f\ij Y^A-<rriED,Tyonng^l«dy _ BMrter, to:a_ire; yvyroom wttfl eeot^er.—H Olad>tohe-ot. ; WANTED to Bay, Inyalld'a Carriage*-! Description And' price to Jtp, Newton .P.O. ■ ■■-■ :-.-M. •■■ ' ■■•'■■■ ! -v ■ .- '-■;.'- '■'--'■ ANTED to Adopt; a healthy Baby from birth—Btoto partlonlars to Lonely, Ms Star Office, ---■ ,ja r .'.,v;. .-, ; ;'., M^-ltj ANTED, .a, smart Boy—Apply Jones .... .... and, Coleman. •. Camera. Homo,-. 144, Queen-st. .'" '...,'' , '.; ,-2180 YY7ANTED, Cottage.: 4 or 5 rooms, -for' vv married couple and daughter; good teriant.-r-Apply 10, City Chambers; IBS; TI/ANT-D, S good Navvies; -one *ut good ■fj'- men ■ need: apply.—Apply MAttbewO, Drainer. 14, PhUlp-et., off Uepbtrrn-et. : lfi9 YY7AN.TED at once, Washerwoman, half vv day week; no children; last bouse King Edward-St., Mt. Rosklll, right side.: '■'■''r "' : ..<-;■->■■/:»■■ ■'■ y-g; '"• '! ' "Iff; ANTED, by young man. Board and Besldeace, ln private family; rlcinity of Mt. Eden or Newton.—Terms to L.8.. Box 696, P.Q, ■:,.. ... :V ~- ; -,-- ,:--;, v ■-, ! -,.-:.140; VI7ANTED, experienced . Cook-general; vT other help kept; no washing.—Apply Mrs. Aubin, opp. Blind Institute. MaattkA'n-j ■rd., Parnell. . '■■'»" : ■" ■ >9U'. ANTED to Sell, Prosperous Fruit BuslJ nets; beat stand Bymaads-st.; 00-week: turnover; oply .e&V-H. G. Palethbrpe, 13, Victoria Arcade. - ■- 180: WANTED. People deslrooe of Letting Houses or Rooms to please leal full, particulars to Warrea's Agency, 26, Hlghst. 'Phone 26P2. 148 YT7AXT-D to Sell, light-weight U-_p. V.V. Motor Cycle; In first -cH*s running Order; an ideal machine for town and suburban work.—Apply 18, Vulcan-lane. 16W- ,-- A N. . T-.v-'-B-v J-Dii Experienced Coat Hands; highest wages; ' constant work.—Apply Success Tailoring Work Rooma, Upper Pitt-st. /" ANTED.—Mrs. Lockley, H.M. Arcade, . eaUbUabed over 20 years,* wants 2 experienced- Barn—ids, town; Waitress, 30/, town; Waitress 17/6, Housemaid (aaattt table) 17/ C both Rotorua; Waitress, 17/6, tourteta' bouse, near towa; General, 20/, no woktqg, tourists' heuee, couutry; W, Oopk, 'SSI, Housemaid 15/, together, Hoklanga; Women Cooks, 30/, 38/, Tauranga: Tar_nakl, Waikato, etcj General- and Nufeerj Housemaid, Bast Coast, suit mother end daughter; -anted -Couple, no family, farm; Chef, 60/. tour-to' hotel; good Man Cook, 40/ (fog IS—en). Bay of _—-da; etc. MS APPLIC-TiONS will be received sptill: •**■ 13th April next, from duly quallfled Medical Men for tbe Position Resident Practitioner to the Walhopo Medical ciub, Reglittrad.AU partlcolare to, bo obtained from tbe Secretary. iXm X. B.T4AM^ tl js. j Pukenul North. 133 "AN if- D T O SELL,! EASY TERM*. - .- j 4>r_s CASH, balance £500 very easy' *W terms, at MT. ROSKILL—New sroumed Dwelling, bath; pantry and acuUery, h. aud c. water, aud alt coavenlencei. ■ <■:, 4>f_fs CASH, balance to rent, £500— *W .Dwelling similar to the foregoing.. Alio; Cheap, good tt-roomed House, Green Lane. lmln. from station. h'-'Miai DUNLOP, AND CO., Security Buildlaga; 1351 -'.-A- - » .' -jt. : ,-. B;> .',.«,- ---. Every ode to have tho Beat and . ..„, Savo Money on " "' VENSI IAN BLIN DB. " EDEN TERBaCE. ' Two Doors Below? Mesoetc Hall. TUCKER YJROB.,' Venetian Blind' Makers ' x» aad Wire Workers. Telephone'l667. m A.N .... " ; * KNOWN. We buy Books, Magj—lnes, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Paper Novels,, any quantity; must be clean and complete. Note "Address—THE BOOK EXCHANGE. 10. Vlctorla-et.. next Central Hotel. MIST TC7 ANTED KNOWN. A; L: S MIT « ASD S o^ DENTISTS, HOBSON-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew'a Church). SUPPL- UPPER OK LOW—R SETS OP TEETH from . Two Guloeas. Good Fit Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade Open'from 0 to 8 Every Evening tor PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS., : ' 'I"." ' ' "'' 'i. ''. '")' '!' . <■' AN T■ O _*NO WN. jr bbo it rjIIINFICt A XV (NON-PO-SONOUS). ■ —i ■■ MSO) i TIME* ETBONGBB THAN CARBOLIC ~.,,, , . ACID. ' <.■:'.. ALL STORES AND GROCERS. QTJIBELL D808.,J.TD., ENGLAND. WANTED ''.%_". J! OWN QUEEN gHOES. QUEEN QHOEB. We have Juit opened a ahlpment of tbe above celebrated make of Ladies' Shoes. IN TAN AND BLACK. They are Simply Perfection. Madly CaU and I-spec-W JJOLDSWOBTH AND gON, -LTD. 13. VICTORIA-STREET; Ml5O A H .*-. S D K. no W N. THE FBBD BBOWN . VENETIAN BLIND Was Awarded , THE FIRST CBKTIFICATB -AND ONLY GOLD MEDAL T .AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. They Are Superb. Cheapest and Beat BVBBY BLIND FACTORY. PONSONB.-RD. ~.- .. . ....Telephone an.., . ~ ..... WA N TED ,-X N.O/W.N— _ A SHORT PRICE LIST. FURNITURE—Green Blinds, on patent spring rollers, complete with flttlnat, l/u; Wire Wove Mattresses from 8/«; Wire Wove Stretchers, 11/6; Flax Mattresses from 8/6; Kapok Matttessea, !»/.; Bedsteada from 22/S;. Couches. 80/; nice Duchess Pairs, *8/6; Combination Chests from 32/3 to 90/; Sideboards from 07/8; Wardrobes; Kitchen Cbaira, 2/11; Children's High Chairs, 6/6; W.B. Chalia, 6/; Floor Cloth, 1/3 per yard; Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, lv Iron, Oak, Mahogany, Walnut, with all fittings complete. 2/8; etc;, etc. ■-'■ I. ... -■ ■ " . ' , TRAVELLING..TRUNKSr-_pecial Btroag Steel Travelling Triiulu, with strong brass lock, front 6/9; also Steel Hat Boxes train 8/8 to 7/6.' r -■-■: ■: . CUTLERY— A splendid assorlmeut of Table, Cutlery, by well known Sheffield makers; Waite-handled Table Knives, 2/6 the half doaeu; a very Special Line, 6/ tbe half doaeu; Carving Knives and Forks, from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Bpootts,( ./ the half dozen; Forks, Table Spoons, etc. A splendid Saw- Bread-Knife, 1/; Uiixors) ■ il/« < upWu'fdi; -. Peii'' Knives, two blades, from GO. to 5/; a real good Sheath Knife, complete with leather sheath, 1/9. E.P, ,WARE—A ..Flue Assortment, of Nickel Plated Crneta st four bottles and more, from 4/6, 6/0, 0/6, upwards. - USEFUL'! HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Box Iron, 2/6; patent Draught Iron, 4/6: Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weiihts, from 5/11; Spring Balances, .to -weigh 251b, Bd, 601b, 1/f Ehamel, Eeltlc's from .2/; Tin Kettles from- 10d; Copper Bottom Kettles from 1/1»J: BoWd Copper Kettles, 4/Q; Meat Mincert, 3/K; Spirit. Stove, ad; Kei'oseiie Stoves,'very handy; from"_"."-■'•-■' ■■ GAS GOODB- Gaa Rings. 1/9, r2/,, 2/8. to 8/6; Gas Iron, 4/6; Gas Grills, 12/6; Bteel Gas Tubing, from 1/8 per length. "." ■- '■ At H. R. SHROFF'S, General Impnrter. **»»«. _t)v .YMffIORIA-B-. . MM

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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