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WAHTEP. . TX7ANTE.D, Pantrymaid.—Apply Savoy *" Cafe. . 77 AJfTEB,- air extrerienced Law Clert. - Apply P.O. 865~E32." '■ . '21 AKT.BU, a. Flret-dass Cabinetmaker.— ■ Apply Winks and Hall, Snortland-st. ■■ 12a WANTED, - ■Waitresses, Waiters, also Cook.—Apply No.. 3, Summer-st., PonsoDby. • -85 ANTED, smart Boy to Jearn cutting.— Apply B. Greer. 38, DougUs-st., Pbnsonby. - - - - ■'.-.. flB ANTED, Ladj Help or Girl to assist.— Apply Mis Foote, Quadrant-rd., Onehungc. ■ ; ; ■ 97 LAiNTET) to place &irl, 15, "earn Dress■nia'king.—Full particulars, K.F., Poui soaby P.O. > W7A"NTETD,' 'some" rellsffile~peYs6ii: to ' take "» charge baby girl; terms moderate.— Apply Star Office. .25 ANTED, Lady Kelp, light situation.— Apply 'tGrasmere," . Mt. Rosklll-rd. (nest Onslow-rd.). 47 TXTAN'i'BD, a middle-aged Woman to as- »'* slst In housework on a farm.rpFor ad= 1 dress apply Star Office. 13 TO-ANTED, Practical Cutter for Tailoring;; ' * one that can work on the board. —Aαdiess Cutter, 76, Star Office. 5a WANTED, a y O ung Girl 'ro do iiousework. Mrs. Melton, next Martins . Stables, Manukau-rd., Paraell. &i VS7AXTED. good Skirt arid Coat" MaohlTj- * * Ists for" costume department.—Apply F. M. King and Co., 165. Albert-st. 22 . for Saturdays, only, by two .»" young ladies, Employment in any capacity.-r-Addresß Escelsior, G.P.O. 57 TTTANTED, First-class CoaT~and Bodice »» Hand; £2 a week.—Apply, with references, to Roacu Bros., Hastings. -27 WASTED, Practical Man. to set Copper; labour only.—Apply from 7 till 9 -tonight (Saturday), Thurles Villa, 54 Cooi-st. , '". ' _74 WANTED, a reliable Christian Girl ac General; references; easy hours; email 1 family.—Apply 252, Jervols-rd., Herne Bay. . ' 109 WASTED, Situation as Lady Help, where there are no young children; housework preferred.—Apply "A.A," Newmarkef ; FAX V : WANTED, -by certificated -young lady, PnpHs for piano arid singing; hpines" visited; £1 quarter.—Addreas Piano, 300 Star Otece. ' MiuS WANTED, a good Shirt and-"Collar Ironer; also, a good Finery 'Hand; good 1 given.—iKnlgSit's Empire Laundry, 67 and ; 69, Grey-st. 3B AX3BED immediately. Lady Helps Roto, rua. Generals all parts; 12/ to 17/; ' some no washing.—Mrs. Bennett, 85. Manui kau-rd., Parnel!. ! a Help.—Apply Mrs. Y. War- >»» ren, "Llanavon," opp. St. AJiban'fl ■ Church, Dominlon-rd., or 'Warren's Agency, ; 26, Hlgh-st., 'plroae 2692. T\jTASTDD, young General or"" Cflri, .to • »■» assist; two In family; -sleep at home '. preferj-ea.-r!Slrs. Themes, opposite St. ■ Luke's phnrch, Renroera-rd. ■ 1W WANTED, Stanley Bay (near wharf), House, 5 rooms; £50 deposit, b'al. rent : £1 week; between JE3OO and £400.—Address atanlev B*y- star . Office-: . 61 WANTED, a. Parmer. In Po-nltry Farm and- Carrying -Business; must be a ' worker; good spec"; about • £-100 . Address Ponlfcry, 795, -Star Office. ■' M WANTED, Generals Lady Helps , . 10/ Latuiaress 30/, and overtime; F,. • . Cook 25/, town and country.—Wkrren'e : .. Ageacy, ■2e,.-.;'gltfe»treet.'. 'Kianc-jawyi'flat ' X\T ANTED, Situation* for » Urge number ; »" of all classes of Men—«titiou§, taxsoa, ' hotel; .Cppfci, Married Couplet, all wilting '■ employment.—-Mrs. Lockleyi H.Mi Arcide. . . . '•'..,' 76 Y\7AKTED, Position by good reliable Bar- »» man, understands cellar work; or as Porter In good commercial hotel; town or. country; good references^—Address Hydromefer, 704, Star Office. ■--.--: ---89 ANTED Known.—That we deliver Taupirl, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also. Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates.— WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Qaeen-st., Cuatoms-st., Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. ANTED JKnown.r-Be wls.e and save 2 G.ulneas. Visit Sweeter aud Co.,^Leadlng Ladles' Tailors.. Pitt-st and 'Kairaiiga-Unpe-rtl.. opp. Bradstreet. ■ 115 WANTED Known—Wdgsand Transformations made to order; prices. Jow;-comb-ings made up, 2/ per oz.—.Hiss Wrigley, 83, Karangahape-rd. ■ ... Ti. ANTED Known.—-Save 2 Guineasr Parisian Costumes, ail prices.—Streeter and Go., Pitt-st. and Karaagafaape-rd. 110 YTCrANTED . you are. Moving, "" ring up 'phone 2157; cheapest furniture removing vans in town. —W. B. Snook, Carrier, Eden Terrace. . WANTED Known—That J. R. Williamson, 410, Queen-st., above Grey Statue, lEepsira all kinds of Band, Musical Instruments, at Moderate CiargesL ' ' ANTED Known. —Save 2 Guineas. OURS the only establishment in Auckland where you get Costumes made by-tailors.—Streeter and tio.,- Koraar gahape-rd.' '\ ";".."'.'..'. "'."'. WANTED Known —Pianofortes Tuned, S/. "G. Hooa," Nontt'an-at., Mt. Eosklll-rd. Orders received by Mr Hawkins, Stationer, Queen-st. WANT3BD Known —On Hire, Screw Jacka 1 aud Floor Grsmps.—James Slator, Architect, Illuminator, etc. Government Insurance Buildings, Queen-st. WANTED. —Auction Sales at Private Residences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Eesults guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO WANTED . KNOWNThat you can Furnish, throughout oa ! Easy Terms at the City Supply Stores, 227, Karangahape-rd. AUo, Drapery, Clothing, Boots, ilusical Instruments, etc.; (on' Pianos end Sewing M-acWnea only) no deposit required. M3SX) WANTED. KNOWN. THE FB.ED BEOWN VENETIAN BLIND Was Awarded THE FIEST CERTIFICATE AND ONLY ; GOLD MEDAL AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. They are Superb. Cheapest and Best. ; EVERi BLIND GUARANTEED. FACTORY. PONSONBY.-BD. L Telephone 914. XXJ ANTED KNOW >—. W A SHORT PaiCE LIST. FUKXITUKE—Green Blinds, on patent j spring rollers, complete with fittings, l/ll; - Wire Wove Hattreeses from 9/6; Wire Wove Stretchers, 11/6; Flax Mattresses from 8/6; Kapok Mattresses, 13/6; Bed- , steade from ai/6; Couches, '60/; ' nice Duchess Fairs, 48/6; Combination Chests from 32/6 to 90/; Sideboards from ti7/6; ' Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/U; Children's High Chairs, 5/6; W.B. Chairs, 6/; Floor Cloth, I/a per yard; Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, in Iron, Gak, Mahogany, Walnut, with all fittings complete, ; 2/8; etc.. etc. TRAVELLING TRUNKS—Special Strong . Sfeel Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6/9; also Steel Hat Uoiea from 3/6 to 7/6. CUTLERY —A splendid assortment of Table Cutlery, by well known Sheffield uiaisrs; White-handled Table Knives, 2/6 the half dozen; a very Special Line, 0/ tL* 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, 1/; i Kazors, 2/6 upwards;' Pen Knives, tv.-o blades, from 6d to 5/; a real good Sheath Knlle, complete with leather saeeth, 1/9. E.P. WA-11li —A Pine Assortment of • Nickel Plated Cruets ot four bottles and more, from 4/6, o/6, 6/<5, upwards. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Bex Iron, 2/6; Pateut Draught Iron, 4/6; Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from 5/11; Spring Balances, to weiffh 251b, Hi, sClb, 1/: Enamel Kettles from 2/; Tin Kettles from ll)u; Copper Bottom Kettles from 1/11; Solid Copper Kettles, 4/6: Meat Mincers, 3/9; Spirit Stove, 0d; - Kerosene Stoves, very handy, from ;/; GAS GOODS—Gas Rings, 178, "2/, 2/3, to 3/6; Gas Iron, 4/6; Gas Grills. 12/6; Steel Gas Tubing, from" 1/3 per length. At H. B. SHROFF'S, General Importer, ' 106 and WO, Vtt?TOßlA*t\ Mli

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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