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W ANTED. " WANTED, Boy for bread cart at St Heller's Bay. 97 ANTED, an exoei'lenced Law Clerk.— ■ Apply P.O. Box 632. 21 WANTED, a Family to Milk "on Shares, t —Apply to J. Herrold,-*iWaiokn. ■- 16 YS7ANTED. smart Junior Assistant: j '* J. Henderson and Co., Grocers, JDevouport. - •- 17 VyANTED, a Lad to drlv*. light "spring S * » cart—Rew's General Stores, No 1, Qneen-3t. :54, .■ YyANTED, General or Girl to •■ ' " children.—Apply Marino cr. Esplanade and Mt. Eden-rd. ■ . ■ ■■ q ANTED, Man to do excavating aud s build stone wall.—Apply The Deli, ( Upper Queen-st. 4 TTf/ANTED, some reliable person to. take (j ■"> charge bnby girl; terms moderate.— c Apply Star Office. •" 25 k YS7ANTED, good Cutter, to join Tailor, * » view to partnership.—Particulars, etc., J to H., 48, Star Office. 40 < T*TANTED, Genernl, light duties.—Mrs. T. * * R. Keesing, Sherwood-rd., second St. ] on left off Domlnion-rd. 87 j VUA.NTED, good Skirt and Coat Machln- "' lsts- for costume department—Apdly •■ P. M. King and Co., 165, Albert-st 22 J \X7a.NTED7 - Young Woman, to do plain ' *" cooking, for private boardinghouse; Symonds-st.—Address at Star Offlce. 33. .1 T*S7ANT-ED, a Respectable Youth for the 1 * » grocery; one used to trade preferred- - —Apply Martin and Co., Mt Eden. j vyANTED, a Man to drive; must be cap- < » ' able of handling young horses.—Apply i T. Churcfa. Chelsea-rd., Birkenhead. 87 J YX7ANTED, good Gen. Servant; easy place; . » * good wages to suitable girl.—Apply, af- : ter 6 p.m., Mrs R. Tudebope, 38, Franklin, rd- .. 15 ( T7C7ANTED. goo< j Ladies' Tailors' at "once; » ' Loudon experience preferred. — ,i Streetcr and Co., Pltt-st. and . ■ - 106 l rSJANTED, by lady, Private Pupils, for ( »' Shorthand and Typewriting; day or eveniug classes. —Address Expert, Star i . Offlce. 18 j YX/ANTED, Respectable Female Cook, ho- ] » v tel. Kihikihi, Waikato; good wages.-r-Apply Armidale, Queen-st, opposite King's Court. ANTED, by certificated young lady, Pupils for piano and singing; homes i visited; £1 quarter.—Address Piano, 300 Star Office. M 458 , TTS7ANTED, Young Man for small bakery ', ** business; wages, 30/ per week and * found; must be able to make own yeast— 1 Apply Star Office. . 41 YY7ANTED, an experienced General for < * » Prlhces-st; must be good plain cock; i refs. required; good wages.—Apply Mrs : Rainger. Princes-st. . 74 YS7ORK wanted in Saw or other MJII, by *" steady worker; accustomed to ropes and tackle, etc., and machinery.—Address i Work, 703, Star Office. 42 { W "ANTED, a Partner, in Eonltry Farm and Carrying Business; must be a -. worker; good spec;, about £100 required.— ■ Address Poultry. 795. 'Star Office. 84 * v\7 ANTED, Employment" In -.-flits: or "» suburbs, {or respectable M«n, any capacity; accustomed to joiners.' toois; steady, .1 reliable man.—Prosser's Agency, 167, j Queen-st. ""■ 43 YX7 ANTED, Parlourmaids, Housemaids, '» Waitresses, W. Cooks, Lady Helps, Generals, etc. Numerous positions, open.— « Prosser's Registry, next H.M. Arcade, ~ Queen-st. 80 VT7ANTED, Position by good reliable Bar- '» man, understands cellar work; or as , Porter in good commercial hotel; towu or country; goody references:—.Address Hydrometer, 704, Stay Office. : ',' -80 ; TATANTED, Situation by young married ! » i couple; mau used.to horses:-wife cbbli or do housework: 6 years' Colonisl experience; good references: would go oh farm.—; 1 Address CD.. 800, Star Office. 32 ' ANTED, Position of Responsibility, by « young engineer, late superintendent < large, up-to-date general mfg. engineers in England: had good mining experience; alio highest references. —Address K.L., 53, Star ■' Onlce. 56 l riTANTED Known.—That we deliver ' ' » Taupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and aU < Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates:— , WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and ' Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st, Symonds- i St., and Mt Eden. j YX/ANTED and Co., the i V V old-estahlishe,d Lyers and . Cleaners, give satisfaction.—Address, Wellesley-st. E. YS7ANTED to Sell, Residence of 7 rooms, ' »' every convenience;" situated best part t Russe.l-st.. Stanley Bay; large allotment.— t Apply Star Offlce. ( TT7ANTED—Turn it into money by sending » ' to the oldest, largest, and most cfcitral i Auction Rooms in the city.—Cochrane's, . Ltd., 199, Queen-st . ' TTITANTFJD Known —Streeter-and Co., the 1 ] VV Parisian - Ladies' Tailors, Pltt-st, opp. 1 Fire Station, and Karangahape-rd., cannot . be surpassed for Ladies' Tailoring. 105 ANTED Known—Lessons given ln Millinery, Afternoon and Evening Classes.— For terms apply Miss Oram, "Boa Ton," Ponsonby-rd., near Western Park. '._.SS 'OCTANT-ED Known, —If you are -Movihg,V\ ring up 'phone 2157; cneapest furniture removing vans in town.—W". B.'SnodS, Carrier, Eden Terrace. . " ; T\T ANTED "KNOW N— ; "DELIAXCE TJENTAL QOMTAUX i QUEEN-ST., over Smeeton's. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS i BY NEW PROCESS. fee -ty j GAS EXTRACTIONS. < Administration 2/6. 1 Hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 7to 8 each evening. ( OPEN EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. J 1 M2S3 WANTED KNOWN.' THE FRED BROWN VENETIAN BLIND v Was Awarded THE FIRST CKRTIFIUATE AND ONLY . GOLD MEDAL 1 AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. . They are Superb. Cheapest and Best EVER!" BLIND GUARANTEED. <- FACTORY. PONSONBY-RD. 1 Telephone iill. WANTED KNOW lii. A SHORT PRICE LIST; FURNITURE—Green Blinds; on patent spring rollers, complete with fittings, 1/11; ', Wire Wove Mattresses from . 9/fe; Wire Wove Stretchers, 11/6; Max Mattresses from 8/6; Kapok Mattresses, 13/B; Bed- - steads from 22/&", Couches. 30/; nice ' Duchess Pairs, 48/6; Combination Chests . from 32/6 to 90/; Sideboards from 67/6; Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/11; Child- • ren's High Chairs, 5/6; W.B. Chairs, 6/i Floor Cloth, 1/3 per yard; Linoleum; Handi " some Curtain Poles, in Iron, Oak, Mahog- 1 any, Walnnt, with all fittings .complete, 1 2/3; etc.. etc. : TRAVELLING TRUNKS—Special • Strong Steel Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6/9; also Steel Hat-Boxes from ' 3/6 to 7/6. . CUTLERY —A splendid assortment ofTable Cutlery, by well -known Sheffield makers; White-handled Table Knives 2/6 the half dozen; a very Special line, G/ the half dozen; Carving Knives and Forks from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoons 2/ the half dozen; Forks. Table Spoons' etc. A splendid Saw Bread Knife, l/; Razors, 2/6 upwards; Pen Knives, two blades, from 6d to 5/; a real good Sheath Knife, complete ivith leather sheath, 1/9 E.P. WARE-A Fine Assortment "of I Nickel Plated Cruets of four bottles and ; more, from 4/6, 5/6. 6/6, upwards. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Box Iron, 2/6; Patent Draught Iron, 4/6- I' Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from 5/11; Spring Balances, to weigh 2plb, 8d I 501b, 1/; Enamel Kettles from 2/; Tin Kettles from lOd; Copper Bottom Kettles I from 1/11: Solid Copper Kettles, 4/0; Meat h Mincers, 3/9; Spirit Stove, 9d; Kerosene [• Stoves, very handy, from Z/. ' ' ' !< -GAS GOODS—Gas Rings,-1/9,-2A-2/3,-to J 3/6; Gas Iron, 4/6: Gas Grills, 12Z8; Steel i Gas Tubing, from 1/8 per length. It At H. R. SHROFF'S. .General-Importer, 106 and 100, VTCTORIA-ST. M3lO

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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