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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909
WAJTTED. ;'' '■ ■■■■ (Continued trom Page L) WANTED, experienced Waiter;— Apply Savoy Cafe; -.--•,>,-',- ANTED, a good Kltchenman.—Apply ■?■■ *■ Tremont Restaurant. Queen-st.■'; ANTED, a'good Milking Goat—Alfred Bnckland and Sons, The Hay market.. 56 TO7A.NTED, a smart Office Boy for tie | ■» J factory.—Apply Tonson Garlick Co., Ltd. M , , . 23 respectable, energetic. Man for *» Bread Cart.—Send age, references, Ford, Baker, Warni. -" *■" 'rerANTED; a smart~Boy, about 16 years . »» old, for Grocery Trade.—W. and J. ! Peet, Karangahape-rd. . T^rANTEDT^tood"General; two in family; *» light, place, liberal holidays; wanes 15/.—Apply Star Office. . - X/(f7ANTED, an experienced Girl for shop. J ' —Apply, after 6 o'clock, Mrs Bobertsou, ; Surrey Bakery, Great North-rd. . 62 ' WANTED, Situation as General by capable woman, with little girl; country preferred—Address E.A., 448, Star Office. __ 76 RANTED, a smart Girl as junior clerk; | » » previous experience not necessary.— Apply C. G. Laurie, Manukau-rd., Paruell. ' 28i TSTANTED, experienced General; must be | '» good plain cook; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Rainger, 2nd thouae past synagogue, Princes-st. uu VX/ANTED, good General, wages 15/ to 17/, ' » » no washing, good home; also, Nurseglrl to sleep at home.—Apply Mrs Paykel, Cleve-land-rd., Parnell. 20 TX7ANTED, Nicholl's Registry, 162, top Sy- " monds-st., Cooks, fl; Generals, Remuera, Epsom, Parnell, New Plymouth, Taurnnga, 15/, 18/, fl. WANTED, Six Smart Boys to sell programmes, Swimming Sports,- -Calliope Dock.—Apply 8 a.m. to-morrow, Joseph Ney- ■ lou, " Observer " Office. ANTED; the Public to know that Misses Nairn and Shove have commenced Dressmaking In the same premises as Miss Keld, Wellesley-st. M 509 WANTED, Ten Strong Men for Westneld Chemical Works. —Apply to-night before 5 o'clock, to Kempthorne, Prosser and Co., Albert-street, Auckland. 44WANTED to Hire, Carrier's turn-out, must be in first-class order. Horse staunch, with option of purchase after oue month.— Reply Cash, 44G, Star Office. 40 WANTED, Coach for Estimating % laud Getting Out Quantities ln the Building Line, both wood »nd brick.—Apply by letter to J.W.S., 415, Star Office. 71 WANTED— Send your Cruets, Tableware, Tea aud Coffee Sets, beautifully plated; polishing and lacquering.—Le Petit and Shaw, 172, Queen-st., opp. H.M. Theatre. 39 ANTED to Sell.—l 9-piece Saddlebag Dining-room Suite; 1 sft. Sideboard; 1 Oft. ExL Table; 1 Cheval Bedroom Pair; all nearly new.—Apply Furniture, 444, Star Office, 37 ryANTED, Purchaser for well built 5- ▼ ▼ roomed House; ail conveniences; section, 40 x 130; nicely, laid out; tram stops at door; Smins. Symonds-st.; now let £1 per week. Price, £500.—Apply Hunter, late Gladding and Hunter, Eden Terrace. YX/ANTED to Sell, 2 Shares ln A.T.B. »» Society (10th Group), £19 paid-up; alno 6 Volume? on Modern Buildings and Their Construction and Equipment, suitable for builders or architects; One sft .Dresser, new, £2; 1 Bicycle, £3 10/. Owner going away.—Apply Holloway, Heme Bay terminus. . . - - ANTED, 2 Flax Scutchers, 27/ ton; 2. Paddockers, 25/ ton; Bench Loader, 7/, and Flax Washer, 7/ day; Timber Sllpman, able to mind travelling bench, 8/ day; Teamster, able to drive four horses; Road Grader, 25/; Ploughman for King Couutry, 25/; Man, manage farm on shares; Lady Help for Rotorua; W. Cooks, Generals, and Housemaids to wait.—McLeod's Registry. 'Phone 884. 72 WANTED.— Mrs. Lockley, iH.M. Arcade, established over 20 years, wants, Saturday morning, Waitresses, 25/, 17/6,. 15/, Taranaki, near Tauranga, Waikato, and all parts; Kitchenmaid, 15/, town; Houseparlourmaid, 15/; Women Cooks, 30/, 25/, Waikato, Rotorua, etc.; Generals, 20/; Married Man, as Gardener (must nave good references), station, East Coast; Cadets, etc. 66 WANTED, YOUTH ABOUT 17, WITH EXPERIENCE BOTTLING. Apply— COOKE AND CO., 127, ALBERT-STREET. 63 TC7 ANTED TO BUY. PROPERTY OWNERS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that we have CASH CLIENTS and Others waiting for SUITABLE HOUSE, LARGE AND SMALL, In good localities. Close to City, and in Good Eepair. DUNLOP AND CO., Security Buildings. 46 mO MEDICAL MEN. Applications are invited for the position of Medical Officer' for Friendly Societies in Waipawa, Ha wke's Bay. Guarantee from £500 to £600 per annum. Full particulars may be obtained on application to .T. McLeod, Esq., Prov. Corr. Secy., 1.0.0. F., M.U., Box 565, G.P.0., Auckland. Applications to be forwarded not later than April 21st, to THE SECRETARY, • Loyal Abbotsford Lodge, 1.0.0. F., M.U., Waipawa, H.B. TTtTELLINGTON EDUCATION BOARD. ASSISTANT WOODWORK INSTRUCTOR. Applications will be received until Noon of MONDAY, 19th April, for the position of Assistant Instructor in Woodwork. Salary at the rate of £125 per annum. Application form and schedule of duties may be obtained on application at the Board's Office, or "Star" Office. G. L. STEWART, Secretary. mO mEACHEBS. A PRINCIPAL is required by the PORIBUA COLLEGE TRUST BOARD for the Native School at Ofaki. Salary, • £150 a year, with board and room. Duties, If possible, to start at beginning of August. As there are to be boarders as well as day scholars, a married man will be preferred. The engagement to be for one year, and'thereafter to be terminable at six months' notice on either side. Applications, in writing, with testimonials, must reach the Diocesan Treasurer, 20 Mulgrave-st., Wellington, by the 14tU May, 1909. TX7AIKOHU COUNTY COUNCIL. Applications In writing, accompanied by certificates, etc., will be received at the Office of this Council, Te Karaka, Povercy Bay, addressed to the Chairman and marked "Engineer," up to Noon on the 21st May, 1909, from persons competent to perform the duties of Civil Engineer for the County. The salary Is £350 per annum. The person appointed will be required to devote his whole time to the service of the* Council, and must also be a Licensed Surveyor. • Allowance is made for the hire of packhorse and camp equipments when required, but no allowance for personal travelling expenses. GEO. WABREN, Acting-Clerk. March 27th, 1909. ■pAHIATUA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATED .NURSE. Applications, together with copies of testimonials, will be received up to MONDAY, April 12th, 1909, for'the Position of Certldcated Nurse at the above Hospital. Salary .to commence at 552 per annum and -uniform. Applications tO-be addressed to the, Chairman. .;."'. "* Further particulars may be obtained from the Matron. G. L. HAWLEY, DREW. ... ■ ' "' 'Secretary.'
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909
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