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WANTED. YX7ANTED, a smart Housemaid. —Apply vv at Glenalfon, Jermyn-st. 66 ANTED, a Woman Cook, 25/. —Apply Hazelwood House, Te Aroha. 36 WANTED, strolig Boy for Messages.— Irving Clarke, uustoms-st. West. 4 ANTED, 2 good Boys, used to Blacksmith. —Apply A. R. Bailey, Custom-si. , West. 65 WANTED, Man for finishing room.—Apply Manager, Woollen Mills, Ltd., Onehunsa. ANT-ED, General or good Girl to assist, wages 15/. —Address W. A., Newmarket P.O. ; ANTED, Work by Day, needlework, or mother's help.—Address Willing, 37, . Star Office. TTCTANTED, Two Coachsmlths; constant VV job.—Apply J. Hill. Coachbuilders, Ka-rangahape-rd. ANTED, in Parnell, good General; small family; no washing; tram stops near gate.—Apply Star Office. 33 ANTED, a Stewardess for steamer; experience not necessary. — Address Steamer, 22, "Star" Office. ANTED, Young Lady for millinery sales; also an Apprentice.—M. A. Fordham, Draper, Devonport. ■ryiANTED, a good -I Bricklayer's labourer, * » at once.—Apply VT. Kent, Holmes Buildings, Queen-st., Onehunga. WANTED, by respectable, strong, young woman, Washing and Cleaning by the Day.—Address J.M.8., P. 0., Grey Lynu. 48 ANTED, good General, wages 15/ to 17/ per week; good home; no washing. —Apply Airs Paykel, Cleveland-rd., Parnell. 30 XAT ANTED, an, Experienced Dressmaker to ' ' join another as partner; no capital re-quired.-Address Dressmaker, Symonds-st P.O. 18 \\T ANTED, experienced Cook-general; »» other help kept; no washing.—Apply Mrs. Auuln, vpp. Blind Institute, Manukau-α-d., Purnell. 161 ANTED, a Working -^ Housekeeper, capable, references.—Apply Mrs. HughesJones, Severn House, Private Hospital, Pon-sotiby-road. TS7AXTE-D, by m.c, child (2), In fort- ' ' night's time. Part House, with iltcnen, near Khyber Pass.—Address Speedily 24, Star Office. ' 16 TTTANTED, Situation for Cadet 00 Sheeli » » Station; age 21; wages -wanted, 10/ week.-Prosser's Registry, 167, Queen-st. 'Phope 2570. * 104 VX/'ANTED, Instructor for Ladies' Physical 1 " Culture Class, Saturday evenings.— Apply, stating terms and qualifications, to Omega; 309, Star Office. 107 \X7AXTED, Young Girl to assist pantry * ' work.—Apply at once, Luncheon Rooms, 87, Queen-st.. British Buildings (upstairs), next British Hotel. 21 VX7ANTED, by middle-aged man. compe- * * tent to look atter oil engine sail, or look after yacht, milk, groom, garden, and rough carpenter.—Y.Z.X., 12, star Office. 123 WANTED, -Workers to roll np to ehrlmski's, The Working Man's friend. Saie Now On. Stock slaughtered. VS7ANTED Known—The Little Tailor Shop to choose from at reasonable prices.—VJc-torla-st. East, near Park. 90 WANTED, every working man In Auckland to get 4/8 Tennis Shirts for 2/6 and 2/9, at Shrimski's Sale, cor. Queen and Wellesley stR. ANTED Known.—That we deliver Taupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Fire\voßd, tv any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates i WINSTON E, LID.. Coal Merchants and Carriers, Queen-sr., Custoins-st., Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. WANTED, . worklngmen and their .wives ; :'tor;-.; Ire,;.: .at^-:, ' 4/6 Straw* Hats, and "Wellesley sts. FOR FJitllT » » FARM, easy driving distance of Auckland; extensive peach, plum, and appie orchards; House and outbuildings; .mc" views; 51 acres; bargain, £ls per acre; easy terms. — J. E. lJayman, '23, City Chambers (over Self's). M 153 WANTED, worklngmen's wives to secure bargains at Shrlmski's Sale — 1 3/11 Shirts for 1/11; 1/U Braces for lOd. Everything slaughtered. ANTED KNOW N— WINDOW BLINDS, In All Colours CORNICE POLES, in All Sizes; LINOLEUMS and OILCLOTHS in great variety H. PRIME, Ironmonger and Fumisner, OXEHUNGA M 271 WANTED, every working man and his wife in Auckland to know that ShrimsJsi, The Workiugman's Friend, starts his Sale To-morrow, ilats, Ties, Sock*, Suits, Shirts, etc., slaughtered. ' A T & W, Everyone to have the Best and Save Money on 1 VENETIAN BLINDS. EDEN TERRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. rrVCCKE-R "DROS., Venetian Blind Maxers ■*• ■*-* and Wire Workers. Telephone 1667. V 57 ANTED KNOW N.— V ' GLORIA TOXIC CURES RHEUMATISM, GOUT, SCIATICA, LL'MBAGO. Obtainable from— W. H. WOOLLAMS and H. 0. WILES, Chemists, Queen-street M 490 VA/AV-F-ED, workers to know that Shrim- * * ski's Sale Is now on. Trousers, Shirts, Suits, Hats, etc., absolutely slaughtered. ■ry ANTED KNOWN. We buy Books, Magazines, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Taper Novels, any quantity; must be cleau ana complete. Note Address—THE BOOK EXCHANGE, 10, Vlctoria-st., next Central Hotel. MlB7 ry A N T E D X N O W N. A Ij S MITH AND g- OKSDENTISTS, HOBSON-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY L'PPER OH LOWER SETS OF TEETH from Two Guineas. Good Fit Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade Open from 6 to ti Every Evening for PAINLKSa EXTRACTIONS. VIT ANTED KNOWN. AMERICAN SHOES FOR LAXIIES. DERBY OXFORDS. THE FASHIONABLE -'BALL" TOE, 16/9 16/9 LN TAN AND BLACK. JAME3 ADAilo AND CO. Opp. Public Library. A Special Consignment of LADIES' GLACE LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS (B.OTJKD AND POINTED TOES), 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 THIS IS A CL'T VHICB — FIT WELL AND WttAK. WELL, ; SHOE FOll HOUSE OU SCHOOL WEAU, WITH ONE STKAP, USEFUL, 4/11. JAM Eg A DAMS AJJD QQ,, •OBJTISa AS» A SIEBICA?* gSOg ©t?POgITS PtlSWe MSBAS?, m

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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