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WANTED. :.;,-.. ' I (Continued from Page li) • •'" • WANTED, Boy for bread cart .at St. Heller's Bay. ' 07W ANTED, good Barmaid, for private bar. Metropolitan. , : V : ' IQT ANTED, a First-class Waitress; wages, £1 per week.—Apply Metropolitan. 107 ANTED, good Second-hand Gun. —Apply G. Darin, 28, S,wansqn-st. (top floor). 78 WANTED, Improver' to Dressmaking.— Apply to-morrow,. Coliseum, 3JS4, Queenst. ' ■'■ '84 ANTED, General, light duties.—Mrs. T, R. Keeslug, Shenv'ood-rd., second' st. on left off Domlnjon-i'd. 87 ANTED, for Rotorua, respectable Young Woman an Nurse to 2 children. —Apply to > Manager, Central Hotel. 81 WANTED - to Sell, Irish "Setter Dog, six months, partly broken.—Apply *i. Davis, 28, Swansbn-st. (top floor). jSO AXTED, respectable Man, to malte himself useful 4n bachelor's home; mus-t liave references. —Apply Star Oflic'c. fTITANTED; Well-built - Maii~"Model, for VV evening classes.—Apply Mr. Nlcoll, Elam School of Arts, Municipal Bhlgs. 88 ANTED, good Ladies' Tailors at once; London experience preferred. — Streeter and Co., I'itt-st. and Knrangahaperd. ' 10e ANTED, iiii experienced General lor Princes-st.; must be good plain cook; refs. required: good wages.—Apply Mrs Rainger, Prlnoes-at. 7-t ANTED to Make, or Finish, Enlargenients in Oils, black and white, or water colours; likeness guaranteed.—rFor addro9B, apply Star Office. 92 ■yyANXBD Known—Streeter and Co., the Fire Station, and Karangauape-i'd., cannot be surpassed for Ladles' Tailoring. 105 ANTED, first-class Shoeing and General Smith, who c«n weld steel axles and Iron up carts, etc.—H. G. Turner, Couehbullder, Tram Terminus. Klneslaud. B6 WANTED, Parlourmaids, ilousemalds, Waitresses, W. Cooks, Lady Helps, Generals, etc. Numerous positions, open.— Prusser'e Registry, next H.M. Arcade, Queou-st. 80 ANTED—L. Help,' servant kept, Mt. Eden, Ponsouby. Ellerslie, Rotorua, Woodhill: Generals (lady and gent), Mt. Eden), Epsom (one lady only), town, others; Cook and Housemaid, same lady, Epsom; Middle-aged Help, country Good Housekeepers waiting engagements; excellent refereuces; town or country.—Mrs. Arthur. Strand. §<$■ WANTED— Mis. Lockley, H.M. Arcade, estab. over 20 years, wants —Beveral Waitresses, '2',/, 17/8, Turanaki, and all parts; Housemaid, 15/, New Plymouth; Women Cooks, ao/, 25/, Waikato, Taurangrt, Tarnnakl. and all parts; Generals, Lady Helps; General 13/, Nursery Housemaid 12/, together, East Soast, suit mother and daughter; Woman for Plain Sewing. 89 A N T B dT COSTUME AND MANTLE MACHINISTS AT ONCE. Also. GOOD MALE COSTUME PRBSSER. CRESCENT MFG. CO., 154, Hobson-Bt. 83 GOT TRADE.—Wanted, at once, l> good Benchmeu for strong work;— Apply l»eo. Foeter, Alexaudra-st. 01 Carpenter wanted for alteration Job; also price for Plumbing sanie.--Apply T. (.' Western, Huurakl-rd., Takanuna. | 98 CI ENERALS wanted for Reniuera, Epsom, * and Ellerslie.—Apply Gallagher's Registry, Newmarket. 03 T>AINTIt;H and Paperhanger seeks Em■t ployment; good workman; country preferred. —Address Painter, OS, Star Office. 78 TO liET. TO LET, nice (5-roomed House, situated •In pretty grounds at- Northcote.—Apply Wlngate and Co. rr\O L.ET", General Store, Dwelling, with A post-office, Auckland suburbs; a rare chance; rent 20/ per week.—Apply R. J. Entrlcan, Hobson Buildings. 104 ■DOOMS, Furnished, single, double beds J-* use kitchen, sitting, emoke; piano, h. and c. bath, p.w.c.; 3 minutes from Queenst. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st City. SUBURBAN Residence, 8 rooms; 10 acres, In cultivation, (WO fruit trees gardens; 20/ weekly.—Express Agency, Coo'mbes" Aicade (Ist floor). 179 f\ UEEX-ST.--3 Large Living Rooms, part v* «hop; Orlou range; gas and water; 10/ ■weekly.—General Dand Agency, 414, QueenBt., above Grey Statue. 84 rpo LET. DKVONPORT—Beautlfiilly-ap- -*- pointed Residence, harbour front; rent, 27/8. Also, Furnished House, replete 6 rooms; 30/.—ALBERT W. CLARK, Hobson Bldgß., Shortland-st. TO LET, VERMONT-ST.. PONSONBY, •*• HOUSE, 6 Rooms, nnd Conveniences. Handy to cars. Ou the 2d section. W. GARRETT, Land Agent ana Valuer 8. FORT-ST. TO h tT PONSOMBi- (cr. Wnllace-st. and Jer-volS-rd.) —House of C. rooms; rent 25/ per week.—Apply G. B. Osmond, 139 Queen-st., next to National Bank. " M 25.1 o let; furnished house of six large rooms, with all conveniences, on good section; handy to cars; Grange-rd Mount Eden.—W. GARRETT, Land Agent 8, Fort-st. rpo LET, 3 miles from P. 0., Gentleman's -»- Residence, furnished, with 18 acres of land; a beautiful home; cheap; rent to good tenant—Apply It. j. Jiutrlcau, Hobsou Buildings. io3 rp 0 . B T. MAGNIFICENT HOARDING SPACES, Above Opera House, In Wellesley-at. Apply on job for terms. Ml2B Unlon-st., City—7 Rooms, 22/6. Drnke-st., City—4 Rooms, 12/. Grey-st., City—lo Rooms, 20/. Grey-st, City—4 Rooms, 12/6. Ponsonby—Furnished, S Rooms, etc water frontage £2 %/. SHEARER AND EASTGATE Security Buildings, Telephone 2(578. QUEEN-ST. CJIX-ROOMED COTTAGE AT EPSOMyz3 Just off tramline; 10/. FURNISHED 7-ROOMED HOUSE, MT EDEN; 30/. "BURNISHED COTTAGE, 5 rooms, near ■*- Symonds-st. Id section; 22/6. SEVEN-ROOMED IiOUSE AT DEVONPORT, Cnlllope-rd.: nice position; 17/6 0. R VAfILLIAMSON AND /^O., HOBSON BUILDINGS, SriORTLAND AND FORT STREETS. 102 T ° IZ JTi ■ * rpiIREE KlNGS—Residence, 7 rooms and - 1 - conveniences; 2i acres land. JCTOWICK— Seaside Villas (furnished). ATEVILLE -VTEWCOMB, H.M. ARCADE M 409 mo x et, TTALL OF COMMERCE — Several -L , - S-plendid Rooms, suitable for Sample Rooms and other commercial purposes , beat position In city; rentals from 10/; ' also Large Ground Floor Space, suitable for warehouse. T/'HYBER PASS AND GRAFTON-RD — ■*■*- Fine Large Double-fronted Brick Shop and 5 living rooms; low rental to sultuble tenant. Brick Shop and v Hvinsr -»■* rooms, rental 27/0 to suitable tenant." EDEN TERRACE — Large floor space In brick building, corner section, main road, suitable for factory, with or without power. Apply TgEALE AND 47, CITY CHAMBERS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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