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WANTED. (Continued from Page 1.) - WANTED, Waitresses, Waiters, also J Cook.—Apply No. 2, Summer-st., Pon- 0 sonby. _ WANTED, Lady Help or Girl to assist.— J Apply Mrs Foote, Quadraut-rd., One- t : hnnga. n WANTED, a Lad to drive light Bprlng J cart.—Rew's General Stores, No. 1, £, Queen-st. 11_ ANTED, Girl toOVash Tins.—Browne _ Bros, and Geddes, Confectionery Fan- c tory t atanley-st. 58 s WANTED, Young Girl to assist with - housework; sleep nt home.—Apply 34. Haekelt-st., Ponsonby. 81 WANTED, Man for Scoria Pit; also, Ploughman, must be a flrst-class hand. —C. T. Pooley, Avondule. 90 TO7ANTED Known.—Save 2 Guineas. • » Parisian Costumes, all prices.—Streeter and Co., Pltt-st. and Rarangnhape-rd. 115 TT7ANTED,, Woman, between 35 nnd 45, ' ' T look after old lady.—Apply 68, Sale-st., a Freeman's Bay; I-lerue Bay Id section. 95 WANTED, Competent Dressmaker; none c but nrst-eiass hand need apply.—Ap- \. ply No. 13, Union-st., off Wellingtou-st. lo'3 c W~~ ANTED, a reliable Christian ~GlrT~as * General; references; easy hours; email * family.—Apply 252,' Jervois-rd., Heme Bay. L 109 _ a WANTED, Relieving Waitress, expert- t euced preferred.—Apply 187, Queen-st., j f British Buildings, Luncheon Rooms (up- j stairs). 105 4 WANTED Known.—Be wise and save 2 « Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co., Lead- ' ing Ladles' Tailors, Pitt-st and Karanga- c hape-rd., opp. Bradstreet. 115 WANTED, Baker, small country business, t to bake and deliver; must be able to s make own yenst and be good driver.—Apply Bond aud Bell, Commerce-st., 10 a.m., j Saturday. v WANTED Knowu.—Save 2 Guineas, t OURS the only establishment in Auckland where yon get Ready-to-Wear Costumes made by tailors. —Streeter and Co., Karan-gahape-rd. 116 ANTED—Mrs. Locklcy, H._l. Arcade (established over 20 years) wants, urgently, good Barmaids, Waitresses, and Housemaids, together, town and country and - good places; also Women Cooks, 30/, 25/, ] Generals, Lady Helps, etc., etc. 73 J WA N T E D, i SMART APPRENTICE FOR I OFFICE.. J Must be neat writer and smart at figures. * Apply . J McCULLAGH AND GOWER. <3 ' A . N I E D, ( 50 COAT, VEST, TROUSER, MACHINISTS | AND FINISHERS. Constant Employment. 1 Also. A PEW APPRENTICES. Apply V. M. KING AND CO.. 105, ALBERT-ST. 84 "T REAL live Man (24>, with best credeu. *i tlals and good address, is willing to take up good agency m town.—Particulars ' to Capable, 720, Star Office. 99 ABOURERS wanted—Union Meeting Tonlght, 28, Swanson-st. Note change of meeting-place. 91 EASONABLB Offer Wanter for Sittingroom Suite, Mozart Piano, Dining Couch and 2 large Chairs, Sideboard, etc.; no dealers. —Oth House Church-rd., Epsom. . 82 mo THE BOOT TRADE—Wanted, Ma--i- chlnists and Benchmen.—Apply Clark, Purdy and Co., Imperial Boot Factory. Wel-llngton-st. 72 O BOOT HEPAiKERS. WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS MAN, accustomed to Pump Work. T. CLARK, Boot Emporium, Ponsonby-rd. PERSONAL. SIBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychametrist, No. 6, Severn-st., Kbyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till.B-p.nu; Saturday, 2 till 5..p.ni. 65 t.. .. ■" ■'.'■• .".' " s sssss: BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ADVERTISER can thoroughly recommeud Private Board and Residence to m.c, every comfort; liberal table,'and kind attention. Apply Star Office. 86 BOARD and Residence for 1 or 2 respectabie Boarders, In private family; near Id section. —No. 42, West-st-, Newton. TO LET, Double Furnished Bedroom; use diulngroom; gas stove; all conveniences. —63, Symonds-st. 96 TO LET, Anglesea-st., 2 or 3 Rooms, with fireplaces, unfurnished; every convenience.—Appry Star Office. 89 ANTED to Let, Nicely-furnished Double Bed-sitting Room, with every convenience.—••Wiudernierej," 4, Scotia' Place, off Upper Queen-st. " 08 .... ' .. ■ I 3 TO LET. TO LET, Devonport, to good tenant, new House, 6 rooms; handy to wharf.— U. Porter, 15, Coombes' Arcade. 113 TO LET, Unfurnished Room withfire- - place; no children.—Apply Grocer Shop, corner Shnddu'ck-st. and Mt. Eden-rd. 60 TO LET, Richmoud-av., House, 4 rooms scullery, washhouse, copper and. tubs, bath, gas, etc.—T. B. Clay, 12 His Majesty's '. Arcade. 100 TO LET, Shop and Residence, Queen-st., adjoining Mr S. Kalian, opposite new " Town Hull; plate glass windows; good . stand, aud living uci--ommovlation.—J. M. ' Lennox, Estate Agent. 79 ) TT\O LET, an Allotment, having 44ft front A age to College Hill und lo9ft to Scot- ' land-st., adjoining the Gas Company's Premises; all fenced, and suitable for a '. Coal and Firewood Yard.—For particulars, . apply to Manager, Star Office. 1 S~\ RAFTON-RD.—House, 6 rooms; baiu, ' VT scullery; balcony nt back; pat. w.c.; , wash-house; section, 27 x 270; rent, 15/. — ? Hnrrop and Medley, 18, Shortland-st. 93 • _Ti"l P\~ 'SNUG - MT7 _ EDEN~HOME, five x rooms; every convenience; large . corner section; handy cars. A bargain.— J. H. Millar, 20, Coombes' Arcade. 114 - 1? KK(Y—MOUNT EDEN-RD. — 6-roomed | - 3*«J_»\J House, in flrst-class order; very i central position. 4-ROOMED COTTAGE and Scullery, pat. w.c, washhouse; lust off Wellingtou-st. 3 £830. ; £500 —MOUNT EDEN—6-roomed House, near main roud and railway station. Owner forced to realise. C. R. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Hohson Buildings, ■ SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. 107 I EPSOM —6-roomed Cottage; large volcanic section; just off tramline. A cheap i property at ±<00. i SPLENDID BUSINESS SlTE—Corner I • Section, Mt. Eden lrd., 82 x 193 ft; must increase in value. £600. DEVONPORT—New Villa, 6 rooms; bath; . large allot., volcanic soli, 90ft frontage, orchard, fowl run, etc. £745. C R W lj - LI A M SON AND pO., HOB SON BLDGS., SIIORTLAND AND FORT STS. 11l SEVEN-ROOMED HOUSE, Calliope-rd., Devonport; 17/6. : EPSOM—6-ROOMED COTTAGE; two r doors from trams; 16/. FURNISHED (>ROOMED RESIDENCE, t DEVONPORT; large rooms; 1 acre land: 7 32/0. FURNISHED 5-ROOMED COTTAGE. DEVONPORT; 25/. '" C jR W ILLIAM SON AND pO., f HOBSON BLDGS., SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. 108 c ' __ FOR SALE. "POR SALE, Raleigh Dog Cart; very little " ™„ üB _J«-~ Apply Mrs - NairQ . Bedfordshire - Villa, Ellerslle. Ao - £44Q-POXSO.\BV.-A neat n-w cot" r a *'•*" t»«e, 4 rooms, scullery; bath, 7 pantry workshop, washhouse; fixed tubs- - allot., 60 x 09ft. Will sell, _85 cash bal-' - ance on weekly payments ' - £335 ~ "«BpNBX. '- Cottage of 4 *iWU „,„_, lv _ rs t.eia SS or _|,?. n l lc e r e terms. U: "" tram - Se " ««B 8 M 0 ROSKILL-ROCKY NOOK7, «! i Co " a E e t ," f 3 lnr s „ rooms: bath etc • o fluele _- el R splendid[position _m ' - t, v *" if' WILLIAMSON AND CO . H/ihm- R,ui,Hn- 8 . SaortUn* %& Vo'r't sts.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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