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\*7ANTEDf a;Waitress.—Apply Waitemata .?.-y-:.,-Hotei:,-;..-.■;■;:■■"■.;.--"■• ; -;;-£:■;.*-.■; yss WANTED^., , Experienced Waitress.—Apply -■; Strand .Cafe.... ■'..;.--.: ", ........ ■;. -. ANTED,. Boy for; bread cart at-.St . Heller's Bbt; . ■-.-. ■;;-;--•' -.y^BT ANTED, a strong Girl, to assist : with 'Housework.—-Apply S6,""East;-a£>" 13 ANTED,, s,. Family;-'to. Milk on Shares. . VKTANTED,', a. Trimmer tor ClotWng De:- --»*: M. King and Co:,- •I^, Albertst.";. j'i:".:':'■'.'.'.: ':"''.'■':'SC''r\ . •;..';■' TTTANTETt, ■Cook-general, et 6nce.-r-Apply ■ •.'»,- Lady ;Lc-ckhart,;'!'.'Parvinj," Remuera, tram, terminus: ..,,,.!;. :_j Vi.i '....- . .'.:;. 56 VtrANTED, -a First-class Picture-Framer; ."'» • must be rused >to comoo A. Webb,; 103.,, Newton. ■?;-. . '.-■.. ; . v ---52 WANTED, good Critter, ,tp -Tailor, view to partne"rshlp-—Pactlc&lars,~etc., to H., .48, ..Star, Office;.;; .;_ ;-;;-; 40 Y\7ANTED; General, light duties.—Mrs. T. -».T:- B." Keeefnjr.- Shßnrood-rd.y l second-st. on left off Dbininion-fd. "8T ANTED, -Girl, to help "look atter.renild; .live. Mrs _ Harwppd Browne, Stohehurst, Symonds-st. - 54 ANTED,. 'Yonng Woman. t& dp plain .: CQoWns,: for SymondSrst.—Address at-Star Offlee. ■;■ • •' -38 ANTED, a Womanto do general ■work; all. hoUdaya giyen!—Apply; "S. Barton's • Boot. Shop,. Mt, .•Edenird._;.;_ ; _ "... ; Woman tofZight Tidvse. '• jvork; sleep, .home-.-r-Apply -Secoiid House.on rtght.-.Rlchmoaa-st.,. Gl.ehmate. 22 ANTED, urirently.- grood : "deneial;" IS/; Nursery House-maid. 12/; .2. ohildren, 2 adults.—Nicholls , Rejflstry,' 162; .Symonds-st. WANTED;.. go;pd'G'en. ; Servant; easy: p!ac-e; good wages to' after 6 p.m., Mrs R. Tudehepe, 38j Franklin--rd.' J' - " " " "".'';'-' "To iANTED", goodiXadies' 'Tailors ;at _brice; London experience preferred. — Streeter and Co., Pltt-st. and Karangahaperd; - ~. , J&i WAXTED,-an Experienced Dressmaier to "'join'another as partner!" no capital' required.—Address Dressmaker, Svmonds-s't. P.O. -•.:.■:. .: ' : is .■PITANTED, ~f Situation, , by,, eiperienped ~» housemaid,.in country hotel preferred; good references. —Address H.E.,' 38, .Star Office.' =■■'!■ ■"' •'-> "*■ '■■"- '■:•• ■":'.•■;■'■ .. -76 XXTAHTSD, by ladyi Private Pupils for ■»»■ Shbrthaml and Typewriting; 1 -dayV'or evening ..classes.—Address;. Expert,-... Star 08?ce.. . : ; ,'. , ;.. .'';' : ■■;; "-■■.; . /::r..y .... IB ANTED', ah -esperienlced General for Princes-st.; must be,good plain, cook; refs; required; good -wages.—Apply Mb Italiiger,. Prlnoes-ett" '. i; v.- .. •,..■ ■'■'.' 74 WANTED, 'loungGlrl, for- tea-rooms and ■ aselsting' in -shop; references required: •^-Apply,.ibetween';7-Jahfl..o' p:m.-, "Alexandra Tea Ro'pms, Queen-st.. H , .;,'. , ; . v. : ' •' '50 Tfir ANTED,.: a Cdok-.G.eneraJj - 35/ per.-' week. •:* • .soia?maid kept; ales extra aejp hired fo"r;wa>h'lng.'-' 'Hou's's ppppsite''frain JWpp&g ■placffr-Apply.'Star Qfflce;--.""'.'-■■--;-."- .'■' ~i.4* TX7AjNT.ED,-'. .-Biuplpymeni; -to ,cdty>- r ot y* » euburbs, <ogr respectable-Man, any'capacity;-, accustomed;" -to /jolnere'- topJsji -steady, ■reliable- man.—rProsser'i • iAganicy,;." 167, vQiieen-st. .."-■ ' .;'.'-".-".■"-.:''."".-.'.V ~5-z'Zil 42 WANTED, ; TaildSnjiaißSi -"Souseinajds, Waitressesr -W.-'-lCopte,- -Ledy,-" Helps,' Generals, etc: ißmetous.-.ptwltlQn'i ppeii. l — ProE^Brie• -Regiettys-s.eeit--.HiSlisf- Ai-cade* Gtieen-st.. .-, = _;-,v "' ■ ■~-:': i. . ■-.- -.".'OO by " -lat&v&perinteiident pp-to-difti;' gecers.l ifflf?. engineers y in Englaad; Ua.wgoM'minliigiiesiieriente; also hlghesfc; ref 53, <-Sta> Qtdce. ;.- .:. .- ■■■■•■'/.■ ;.■-..■:.;".'.■. J .::.;se WAMaPBD., Knoirn.—Thutj ; T?e;: deUvet . Tanpiri, .WestporV.Newcastle, tand il] , also, ■ Firewood, to any part or the Citj or Siiino-lfl »t lowest rates.^ Carriere, Queen-st.-J . .SjTnOndß' .£t', and ;&t. Eden:'; '*'.'-,: V"';"- :;.."''. A 'S./: . "". ANTED Known.—Etigar aha , 'Co.,-the • old'-eatabiished/ Dyers: " and- Clfeaiiers, give"sa'ti&aetlon.y-A-u'drcsgi tVellesley-gt:- E. WANTED to Sell: Residence of 7 rooms" every convenience;. situated- best. part Russell-st., Stiiiileyßay; large allplnieu't.— Apply"Star 6ffic'e.' '"' V . >',' ~: " , , ~,: ' WANTED— Turn it into money-*y sending '-to. ttie-oldes't, largest, and most central Auction 'Booms in tne - city;— Coclirane's. Ltd.,-199; Qasen-str- --— ..'-a. 'V -■-;■■ W "ANTED XnoWu-iStreeterancl'GeP, the . iJaUore, Pitfistiiopp; Fire -Station, and be surpassed for Tailoring. 103 WANtf-Ep.T-Auctibn; Sales at Private EC' sldences, condticted by Cochrane, -Ltd. KesijltsTgnaranteedy* *PBbne J22. ■ : 'Mid 'ANTED, .eperyJL-WdrJtint.niah ranfi hie Bhrlmßici, The WorkihgeiauV Friend, sUrte his Sale To-morrow. . Hats, Ties, . Snlti, Shirts, etc.', slaughtered: V"-;-;;", .; W.. '.A .'.. N'.., -• X.- ..,.'.«: .-.--'. D, Ereryone to- have the' Best and. r-£ > ■-■ - -.:■ <.Saye. Money on.".':; v.-j: ', '.; ; , ; T-J XBII A .N.,:. ; ;8 LI N-D &: . ; • r ■■•-■ ', ,BDEN;:TERRACS;r.-.-----.--,-—; : /- Two-"Door's Tielow Masonic Hall.. ■ .'. rptJCK2JR "DHpiS., Veae'tiah.BUnd'Misera :■*■>'-..■ ' •*-*': ' ' 'I.;ei.d;Wire Workers. . Telephone 'leiST;'". ""**'■'"- "" " ' ':*!". _■ 'TTTT-AN'T E-'--:D ",':*.'- K,S 6'W- : GLORIA>iXOSIiG...' r ;,. Y ll"SGIATieAi ; .'. . -.' : '" XUMBAeO."-' --vT^-S-Sti-t-r i ,• ■; Simo-y ■ "•■•- C'," ' t W." H. WOOLLAM-S'anil- EC. , " j - Chemists,. Qneen-street" r «.:M:490 ANTED, worker*- to tnow tiat Bhrtmskits Bale is new on. Trousers, Shirts, Suits, Hats, etc., aoaolutely slaughtered. jflj fif.Oj ■>-■■;"', X -N" O-^-N, We buy Books, Magazines, and Music oi ail ij '," •■• L"; - *" S~' !'-"TTi"-"";''• Wanted-to Buy; -Sixpenny -Paper Novels, «ny:THiantJty;""aiustr beTcieaMT a'ffa. c&mjil.ete . Note" : BOOK,ESCeU:NGB, 10. Victoria-st.,. next: Central 'Hotel: — ;. . ■;"/ ; ; '■■:." y ' : • >n« ANT ED... .--. . iCvN p,.W-.N. -■ .- DENTISTS, . ' ' (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SXjPI'VX UPPER OR LOWER SETS OE TEETH from T.wo Guineas. 'Gooa' Fit Guaranteed. >Xour Old Sets of Teeth Remtda Open from & to' 13 Every Eveclne for ... . PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS.; . " ... r^ANT'B : "b" > ■.".""" K.s"o"W"'it AMERICAN SHOES.FOB LADIES. : •t . iDERBY OXFOSDS:,".-, ';: > . THE. FASHIONABLE ."BALL".. XOE, S:I/£ig9rf:: V Ss IN TAN AND BLACK. : JAMES' ADAMS ANtt Co: - Opp.;. Public Library. > ' • *• ',-A. : Conslgnlnent - ot - - ladies , glace lace and bdtto? . ;." '..'.. soot&'S' : ..._".. ' "... (round and pointed toes). : 10/e 10/6 ; io;a SHOE FOB HOUSE -OR" SCHOOt WEAB WITH ONE STRAP, USEFUL, tames; jrvAiiS'-Axp ryo.;TORITISH AND A MERICAN gHOB : ' ' g^ ,^os *" " '"■■ ' -■" '' "'-- ■" OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBEART. ..

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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