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WANTED, good "Woman Cook.—Apply Caipenters' Arms Hotel, Giey-st. U7 T/tTANTED, a smart Girl at once.—Apply » V Merlin House, 106, Hobson-street. 31 TX/ , ANYedTT" smart Pautrymald.—Apply » » to-morrow to Haremai Garden Tea Rooms. WANTED, a good Carpenter for a few days.—Apply to G. Knight, Rothesay ■ Villa, Mount Albert (near station). 2S WANTED at once, First-class Coat Hand aud Apprentices.—Apply Macky, Lo- > san, Caldwell, and Co., Vlolet-st, Eden WANTED, thorough gooa Dressmaker; none but a complete ihand. need apply.— Address Dressmaker, Post Office, Te Puke, Tmuraiiga. 12 ANTED, kind piTson Adopt fine healthy Baby Boy, four days old; refined parentage. —Address 321, Symonds-st. Post-office. 6 ANTED, Young Woman, assist general housework.—Apply Mrs W. Hebden, cr. Kingslnutl and Walters rds near Page's Store, Kingsland. 30 ANTED, a Cook-General, 15/ per wveY. Housemaid kept; also extra help hired for washing. House opposite tram stopping place.—Apply Star Office. 44 "piURINITURE Salesman" seeks Ercgage- -*- ment, 10 years' experience, aged 32, married.—Address Comley, c/t> Halkett, . Third-ivenue, Kingsland. 11 I xruSICAL insTruments all kinds, riT ■"-*• paired; violins speciality.—Wm. ZPttnltz, Practical Musical Instrument Maker, Wukefleld-st., Aurklnnd. M4'.)B . pHOTOGBAHPHY.—I/essons given In re- , -t touching.—G. F. Jeukiitsou, 26G, Queen- ; st. 7 JTK> MERCERS IMPORTERS.— J- Traveller, with thorough knowledge of city and provinces, wishes Re-engagement; ni-st-elass credentials. — Apply W.H.N. , P.O. Box 768, Auckland. 51 YOUNG Man wants Situation, garden or any cp'tfoor work; good refs.—Address Garden, Blfc.- Star Office. 50 r> -f f\ BONUS offered anyone procuring o-'-WAdvertised Permanent Billet in any . capacity, not less than £2 weekly.—AdI dress, Worker, 301, Star Office. 8 ANTED to Lease, a "licuse of 5 or 6 rooms, with one or two acres of grass • land, fairly convenient to station ■'between. Otahuhu and Hamilton.—Particulars to "Insurance,"' 100, Star Office. » W A N T dT •v* AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL for Princes-street. Must be good plain cook. References required. Good wages. Apply— MRS RANGER,. PRIN'CES-ST. 20 RANTED, GOOD COAT AND VEST HANDS I AND MACHINISTS, Q'KOUSER MACHINISTS AND I FINISHERS, COSTUME AND SKIRT HANDS. APPL.V jy al to n niiTTox, MALCOLM'S BUILDINGS, i CORNER WELLESLEY ANT> ALBERT ; STREETS. ' EACH EVENING BETWEEN VIVI3 AND SIX O'CLOCK. (i > ANTED T!O Bp V, gA TONS CANNING APiPJLES. NORTHERN SPY OR EQUAL QUALITY. I WKITTOME, STEViENSON AXD CO., > LIMITED. DOMAIN FACTORY, PARNELL. M3SO TXT ANTED TO BUY, i MTSHROOMS FOR KETCHUP. IN ANY QUANTITY. • Best Price Given. ' WHITTOME, STEVENSON AND CO., j LIMITED. ,DOIIAIN FACTORY, FAKNELL. M3SO ANTED KNOW N. ■ SAN REMO LUNCHEON and TEA ROOMS QUEEN-ST. (opp. "Herald" Office), j Will be Re-Opened by MR PETERSEN On TUESDAY NEXT. Best Meals and Prompt Attention. 25 Vγ ANTED KNOWN. j TXOME OF jyj-ODERN TQENTISTRY, \ MRRICAN TTVENTAL pARLOBS, QUEEN AND WELLESLEY STS., AND CORNER OF CUBA AND MANNERS STS., WELLINGTON. M2S3 ANTED T£NOWN. JJOOKER'S gYMONDS OTREET. . FINEST DUTCH SALT HERRINGS \'9 ; 2/0, 4/G, 8/6 per tin; 1/9, 2/6, 4/, 7/6 per barrel. ! SALT SALMON. 8d per Ib. i FINEST LING FISH. 8d per lb. ' SMOKED SARDINES, Quarters, od per tin, 4/0 per dozen; Halves, 9d per tin 8/0 per dozen. PRESERVED BLOATERS, Od per tin. FINDON HADDOCKS, 9d per tin. SPICED HERRINGS, 9d per tin. \V M ' CTOOKER PROPRIETARY, IMPORTERS OF TEAS, COFFEIiS, AND GENERAL GROCERIKS. TEA, COFFEE, AND GROCERY SUPPLYSTORES, UPPER SYMONDS-STREET. Telephone 448. M 489 JTEALTH HINTS FOR RHEUMATICS. Diet plays an important part In Rheumatism, Gont, Sciatica, Lumbago, and kindred complaints. Those troubled with these discuses should be cnrefi:!, for somo foods encourage the formation of uric ncid. Avoid red men'ts, beer, vlnegur, spices; use tea and eoH'co Rparlngly, and—most important ot all—t»fco BHBUMO, It Is the ono medicine tluit will quickly and effectually cure KUenroijtiam, Uout, Sciatica, Lumbago, ana their attendant evils. Tlio flrst doso ol BUKDMO gJyeg relief, and Its use will be found to ef/eet ft complete cure. Your eltemtet or (storekeeper eel'< 6 It, 2/0 and 4/6 ft bottle, OJye It a trial. aTnt3 op high obadeT Spcciolly Prcpnred ior Hdujs Painting. S. J. B liiys AKO C°--43, CDSTOMB-ST. BA9X.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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