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WANTED. T\7ANTED. a Steady Mau. with knowledge * » of city, to drive a team.—B. Bryant, Ponsonby. WANTED, respectable, energetic Man for Bread Cart.—Send age, references, Ford, Baker, Waihi. WANTED, Several - Assistants, with one or two years' experience.-—Apply John Court, Ltd., Queen-st. 57 WANTED, good General; two in family: light place, liberal holidays; 15/.—Apply Star Office. WANTED, capable House-parlourmaid.— Apply, before 11 or after 6, to Mrs Leo Myers. Alameda, Symouds-st. 16 ANTED to Care a little Girl about 9 years of age; good clean home; terms moderate.—Home, Netvton, P.O. ANTED, Washing lis the day. also Washing and Ironing at home, at once. —Apply Experienced, 4tSB, Star Office. 5 WANTED, Coat Hands, Machinists. Trousers Finishers; also Skirt Machinists.— Apply F. M. King and Co., 165, Albert-st. 12 WANTED, experienced General; must be good plain cook; good wages.—Apply Mrs. ltalnger, 2nd house past Synagogue, Princes-st. 69 WANTED urgently, in experienced Laundress for Botorua: wages 22/6 per week.—l'rosser's Agency, 167, Queen-st.. Auckland. - 11 AN TED, Lady Help for small family, country; elderly person preferred. - Apply, morning and evening, 10, Vermontst., Ponsonby. S ANTED, competent dally finishing ■Governess; state if able to teach ' music, and other qualifications.—Reply B, 100, Star Office. WANTED, good General, wages 15/ to 17/, no washing, good home; also, Nurseglvl to sleep at home. —Apply Mrs Paykel, Cleve-land-rd., Parnell. 20 T/V7ANTED, by middle-aged man. Work at "» Garden, House, etc.; handy , with tools; comf. home wages immaterial. —"J.," 477, Star Office. 101 WANTED, Nicholl's Registry, 162, top Sy-monds-sr.. Cooks, fl; Generals. Bemuera, Epsom, Parnell, New Plymouth, Tauranga, 15/, IS/, £1. WANTED, by young lady with 6 years' experience, would take in Ladies' Underclothing and Blouses. —Apply Ter.ipubl, New North-road. Glenmore. 145 ANTED for Waiuku Hotel, Housemaid waitress. 17/6; also man able to milk and make himself useful about house and garden.—Apply at once, Albion Hotel. 131 Tuesday next, all-round But- » ' chei; £12 mouth; tne Islands: constant work: Order Youth, £6 month, and others.— Heigkton and Co., Land and Labour Agents, 4S, Queen-st. ' 10 W ANTED—Gir! to assist, 6/: Girl to assist, sleep home, 7/; Good General, 12/; Good Oook-General, 15/. Employment wanted for Housemaid, Lady Help, Companion, Housekeeper, etc.; General, Mt. Eden, 15/. Effort is the spur of ambition.—Miss Sinclair, Grafton Begistry, Khyber Pass. WANTED, every working man in Auckland to "get 4/6 Tennis Shirts for 2/6 and 2/9. at Shrimskl's Sale, cor. Queen and Welleslev sts. ANTED Known—That J. R. WltUamson, 410, Queen-st., above Grey Statue, ■Repairs all kinds of Band, Musical Instruments, at Moderate Charges. W ANTED - Known.—That we deliver Xaupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and-ail Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates.— WINSTONE, LTD;, Coal Merchants aud Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-si-, Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. j V*X7 ANT ED, worklugmen'.s wives to secure ' -."» bargain's,. .. Shilmeki's Sale —' 3/11...Shirts for" 1/11 ;\Vb" for lOd , Everything slaughtered. " "'■; ' ..*. ■ . WA Nf ED -VK-"N OWN— ! That you can Furnish throughout on Easy Terms at the City Suppiy Stores, 227, Karangahape-rd. Also, Drapery, Clochiug, I Boots, Musical Instruments, etc.; <on Pianos : and Sewing Machines oulyj no deposit Required. ' , M 390 YT7 A NTi E D . kNOW N- I VV KAPOK AND FLAX MATTRESSES a Speciality. Auckland Prices, and a large selection. ■ , H. PBIME, Furnisher, ONEHUNGA. M 271 ANTED Kuowu.—That all Cabinetmakers aud Furniture ' Workers | in any part of New Zealand will receive a I Catalogue, with the latest designs of Woodcarviug aud Price List, upon forwarding 1/ to Black "Bros.' Artistic Woodearving, Studio, 203, Karangahape-rd., Auckland, i The price charged for catalogue will be reduced from first order of Wood Carving exceeding 10/.— BLACK BROS. TX7ANTED, workers to know that Shrim- ' » ski's Sale is now ou. Trousers, Shirts, Suits, Hats, etc., absolutely slaughtered. VX7ANTED TO PURCHASE—House, 5 or » »' 6 rooms; close to any Id section; up to £500. On deposit of £50; balance as per arrangement. Client Waiting. G. M. KIKKCALDY, Hobson Bldge, Fort.st. WANTED TO PURCHASE—House, i to. 0 rooms; close to or within easy distance of Mt. Eden Prison. From £400 to ££00; ou £100 deposit. Client waiting. G. M. KIRKCALDY, Hobson Bidg,s, Fort-st. WANTED, Workers to roll np to Shrlmskis The Worliins Man's Krieud. Sale Now On. Stock slaughtered. \"y ANTED K.KOWK. TTOME OF "jVJODERN TJENTISTRY, A MERICAN "pAHLOBS, QUEEN AND WELUESLEY STS., AND CORNER OF CUBA AND MANNERS STS., WELLINGTON- M2SJ3 WANTED, every working mau . aud his wife iv Aucklaud to. kuow that ahrimsai, The Wu.-kiugmau's Friend, scans his Sale To-morrow. Hats, l.es, _ckj, fcuits. Shirts, etc., slaughtered. ■ry ANTED X N U W X.— * V GLORIA TONIC CURES RHEUMATISM. GOUT, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO. Obtainable from— W. 11. WOOLLAMS and H. O. WILES, Chemists, Qjeeu-street M 490 WANTED, tvorkiugmen and their wives to be at Shiimski's Sale — 4/6 Straw Hats, Id eacu. — Quceu and *Vellesiey sts. VST ANTED KNOWN. AMERICAN SHOES FOR LADIES. DERiil" OXFORDS. THE FAteiiiO.NABLE TOE, 16/9 16/9 IN TAN AND BLACK. JAMES ADAMS AND to. Opp. Public Library. A Special Consignment of LADIES' GLACE LACE AND BUTTON BOOTS (ROUND AND rUuxTED TOES), 10/6. 10/6 10/6 10/6 IHIS IS A CUT PRICE — FIT WELL AND WEAR WELL. SHOE FOB HOUSE OK SCHOOL WEAK, WITH ONE STRAP, USEFUL, 4/11. TAMES A DAMS AND pO., TDRITISH AND A MERICAN QHOB CI TO RES, OPPOSITE PUBLIC! LIBRARY, If* **~ **"

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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