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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909
WANTED. WANTED, Painter and Paperhanger.— Appiy A. W. Page. Klngsiand. ANTED, good ShirTllachtnlsts.—Apply F. M. King and Co., 165, Albert-st. 123 WANTED. - Waitress," also "Pan try~Qiri.— j Sliver Grid Dining Rooms, Durh-am-st. j East. OS I Y\7ANTED, Woman do Plain Cooking; good ' » wages: good home.—Apoly J.C., Star i Office. 94 j WANTED, a Capable Working House-' keeper.—Apply No. 4, Waitemata-st., Ponsonby. | ■TO7 ANTED, 2 Certificated Nurses.—Apply I ' » Misses Linton, Private Hospital, Palmerston North. 47 YATANTED, Cook, man or woman; Waitress j and Housemaid. 20/. Wire Hotel Mc- ' tropole. Rotorua. WANTED, Employment as Barman, town or country; city experience.—-Reply A-8., 746, Star Office. 03 ! \/t7ANTED, nice, respectable Young Girl » » for hoaseivork.—Apply Mrs A. Bowen, | Point Chevalier Store. VyANTED. one evening weekly, Private : * » Lessons in English Grammar. —Terms to S.E., 753, Star Office. 19 WANTED, by respectable middle-aged woman, Housekeeper to worfcingruan. —G.F., Ponsonby P.O. 26 Y7S7ANTED, Shirt and Denim Machinist; "' good waives: treadle machine.—Apply at once. Box 106, G.P.O. 21 'ANTED, a General Servant; country girl preferred.—Mrs. Barr, Boardinghouse, Wharf, Onehunga. ryANTED, a Lady Help, no washing; * * other help kept; 15/; references required.—Apply " Star Office. VT7ANTED, Female Assistant for the » ' Carpet Sewing Department. —Apply . Tonson Gariick Co., Ltd. 24 WANTED, a Good Plumber; also boy to learn trade. —Apply between 6 and 7 p.m., to It. Allen, Park-avenue. WANTED, General,, good place and hours. —Apply, after 4 p.m., M. Walker, corner Wellington-Howe streets, city. 7<J WAMEb, by respectable woman, Wash»V ing by the day; Remuera preferred.— Apply Immediate. P. 0., Newmarket. YTS7ANTED, Youth for Farm, near town; VV able to milk. —Apply A. W. Page, The Premier Supply Stores, WANTED, a competent .Lady Help, to assist with children and sewing.—Apply Mrs. F. Wilson Smith, Sylvan-avenue, Mt. Eden. 114 WANTED, by certificated young lady, Pupils for piano aud singing; homes visited; £1 quarter.—Address Piano, 3'JO Star Office. M4SS TJV7ANTEOD, Shirt and Denim Machinists, V* Finishers, and Apptentices; aiso. Good Coat Hands. —Jordan's Clothing' Factory, Alexandra-st. VS7ANTED by man, used horses, Milking, * » Care Poultry, Garden, Work; small wages;- near town; good references.—H-, 773, c/o Star Office. 14 WANTED, Plumber or Accountant, as Partner to join advertiser in well-estab-lished plumbing business; small capital required.—Apply Star Office. , . 25 YVTANTED, young General or Girl, to "V assist; two in family; sleep at home preferred.—Mrs. Thornes, opposite StLuke's Church, Rem-aera-rd. 104 WANTED —Girl to assist, 6/: Girl to assist, sleep home, 7/; Good General, 12/; Good Cook-General, 15/. Employment wanted for Housemaid, Lady Help, Companion, Housekeeper, etc.; General. Mt. Eden, 15/. Effort is "the spur of ambition. —Miss Sinclair, Grafton Registry, Khyber Pass. WANTED Known. —Be wise and save 2 Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co., Leading Ladles* Tailors, Pitt-st. and Karanga-hape-rd., opp. Bradstreet's. 25 YT7ANTED Known.—Edgar and Co.. the _* V old-established Dyers and Cleaners, give satisfaction.—Address, Weliasley-st. E. WANTED -Kriown;—-That '-we deliver Taupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates.— WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Qneen-st., Cnstoms-st, Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. YT7ANTED Known—Save 2 Guineas. * • Parisian Costumes, all prices.—Streeter and Co., Pitt-st. and Karangahape-rd. 25 WANTED KNOW N — That you can Furnish throughout on Easy Terms at the City Supply Stores, 237, Karangahape-rd. Also, Drapery, .Clothing, Boots, Musical Instruments, etc.; (on Pianos and Serving Machines only) no deposit required. M3SO \XT ANTED Known —Tailor-made Ready-to- » » Wear Costumes, made by A S. Streeter and Co., Pitt-st. and Karunguliapeird. (opp. Bradstreet. Draper), from 3igns. TYTANTBD Known. —If you are Moving. VV ring up 'phone 2157; cheapest furniture removing vans in town. —-W\ B. Snook, Carrier, Eden Terrace. YyANTED Known.—That all CabinetW makers and Furniture Workers in any part of New Zealand will receive a Catalogue, with the latest designs of Woodcarvlug and Price List, upon forwarding 1/ to Black Bros." Artistic Woodearving Studio, 203, Kurangahape-rd., Auckland. The price charged for catalogue will be reduced from first order of Wood Carving exceeding 10/.—BLACK BROS. WANTED Known—Save 2 Guineas. OURS the only establishment in Auckland where you get Ready-to-Wear Costumes made by tailors.—Streeter and Co.. Karangahape-rd. 25 YT7ANTED Known—Wigs and TransformaVt tions made to order; prices low; combings made up, 2/ per oz.—Miss Wrigiey, 93, Karangahape-rd.' 82; T-STANTED XT N OWN IT WILL BE TRUE ECONOMY ON THE PART OF ALL FOOTBALLERS To Inspect OUR LARGE STOCK OF T7IOOT3ALL "DOOTS ) From 6/11 to 12,6. Absolutely the Best Values on the Market. YX7 XTOLDSWORTH AND DOS, LTD. 12, VICTORIA-STREET. M 156 WANTED KNOW N— A SHORT PRICE LIST. FURNITURE —Green Blinds, on patent spring rollers, complete with fittings, 1/11; Wire Wove Mattresses from 9/6; Wire Wove Stretchers, 11/6; Flax Mattresses from S/6; hrapok Mattresses, 13/6; Bedsteads from 2*2/6; Couches, 30/; nice Duchess Pairs, 4S/6; Comnlnation Chests from 32/6 to 90/; Sideboards from 67/6; Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/11; Children's High Chairs, 5/6; W.B. Chairs, 6/; Floor Cloth, 1/3 per yard; Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, in Iron, uak. Mahogany, Walnut, with ail fittings complete, 2/3; etc.. etc. TRAVELLING TRUNKS —Special Strong Steei Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6.9; aiso Steei Hat Boxes from 3/6 to 7/6. CUTLERY —A splendid assortment of Table Cutlery, by well known Sheffield makers; White-handled Table Knives. 2/6 the half dozen; a very Special Line, 0/ the half dozen; Carving Knives and Forks, from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoocs, 2/ the half dozen; Forks, Table Spoons, etc. A splendid Saw Bread Knife, 1/; Razors, 2/6 upwards; Pen Knives, two blades, from 6d to 5/; a real good Sheath Knife, complete with leather sheath, 1/9. E.P. WARE —A Fine Assortment of Nickel Plated Cruets of four bottles and mure from 4,6. 5/6. 6/6, upwards. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— Bos Iron, 2/6; Patent Draught Iron, 4/6; Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from 3 11; Spring Balances, to weigh lijlb, Sd, solb, 1/; Enamel Kettles from 2/; Tin i Kettles from loo; Copper Bottom Keitles : from 1,11; Solid Copper Kettles, 4/6; Meat Miucers, 3/9; Spirit Stove, 9d; Kerosene Stoves, very handy, from V. GAS GOODS —Gas Rings. 1/3, 2/, 2/3, to 3/6; Gas Iron, 4/6; Gas Grills. 12/6; Steel . Gas Tubing, from 1/3 per length. \ At H. R. SHROFF'S, General Importer, 1 106 and 100, VICTORIA-ST. M3lO
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909
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