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•'-......'■ :' ~:. •"•' ■ - WANTED, .Trouser Hands.—Apply A. Wright, Tailor, Shortland-st. 61 TT7ANTED. First-class Ladies' Coat and »■» -Skirt Hands; at once.—Bahks r and Co.'. Qneeh : st r ' ■ ■■-. : -. -■-. . ,79 TITANTED, good LaundressJiouseinaid;: re-'7-ferences required.—Apply, morning or evening, Mrs Savage, 27, Prlnces-st. WANTED, by experienced Nurse, Charge of Invalid, Twins, or Baby from mouth.—Address "E.A.," 25, Upper QueeriBt..s* ■■'■ r .■■>-*;/■•■■, '■■:'• "■.-;:;'-■■ 46 ANTED, an intelligent- Boy, for auctioneer's office; must be -a good writer and quick at, figures:—Address 522, ANTED.—Mrs. Lockley, H.M. Arcade, established over 20 years, wants -urgently; 2 ■Housemaids and Waitress, ' all together, 'Rotorua, go Saturday's train {hotel); Waitress 20/, Housemaid 20/, together, Tau■marunul, first-class place (new house); Waitresses, 25/; 20/, town, Taranakl/ etc.; Women Oooks, 25/, 20/; Cook-laundress, 25K good private house, town; Parlourmaid, town; ■Generals, 20/,- .country;., Married ■Couple, station, £90 (no family); 'Kitchenmaid, 20/, ißotorua; Porter, 25/, town; etc. ■■'■'■ -' ■ ' ■ •■ ■- ■'. ■■■ ■ ■ ■ - 101 ■TJtEiEHIVB KNITTING MAiCHrNrE COMJD PANY (New Zealand) want people to Make Hosiery for them, whole or spare time, in their own homes; make £la week; previous experience not necessary; constant employment all the year round.—Wiite at once, Box 734, G.P.0., Wellington., MIS USINESS—Book-keeper, -with £200 . cash, wishes to invest in good Paying Business; tas had several years' business experience, and can take charge of office. — "Business," 50, Star Office. 79 B~ GOT TRADE.—Wanted, Young Girl.for cleaning up department; also Boy for press-room.—G. A. Coles and Co., -Eden-ter-race. -, ■ AMBOO-WIOKERWORKER — Opening for good Tradesman.—lnquire for Powel, Te Hula 8, Lower Vlncent-et., opp. St. Matthew's. * 02 (27), experienced in accounts, corv- , respondence, etc., desires Position of Trust; exemplary (Newton P.O. ,■ 78 with 2nd class certi--C flcate, wants Situation; would take job firing; can do own repairs; references. —Address J.W.H., 447, Star Officer 76 UR3JITD»E~BU.SINE SS.—'Wanted, Partner (sleeping or active), with, about £250 capital, to Join advertiser at once; 25 years' best colonial experience, and splendid opportunity at present in leading Inland town.—Particulars to D.iß., 428, Star Office. OOD All-round Plumber wants Job, town or country.—Address C.A., 492, Star Office. 14 GENTLEMAN, with Launch and Outfit, desires Companion; firstly pleasure cruise, finally business; expenses nominal. —Address Business, Symonds-st. P.O. 93 SSSIGG T Esß"s7=;Wanted, practical Men, winter field, extensive area (late Fitzgerald's); amall, weekly rent; cash business only.—ll. (Freeman, Storekeeper, Okahukura, via Helensvllle. 22 OLP-ROAD, Epsom. —Wanted, a Good General.—Apply to Mrs L, Atkinson. ABOURBRS—Wonted to attend Union Meeting, 28, Swunson-st., on. FRIDAY NIGHT. Important Business. MUSICAL, Instruments all kinds, re. paired; violins speciality.—Wm. Zettwltz, Practical Musical Instrument Maker, Wakefleld-st., Auckland. M 498 "PARTNERSHIP.— Engineer, with flrst--t class niech. and elec. agencies, seeks Financial "Partner to help develop in New Zealand;— Address, In confidence, to M.E., 498, Star Office; ':■ :-':-'■■•-•■ 32: TO DAIKXUEX—Wanted to Sell, 1O to 12 Gallons of Milk, up to the Ist September.—Apply, by 'letter, Milk, <m, Star office: ' ■■- .■.." •.•,•..''.-' V"' , -' '-■"':- * ..': ; ':ci'= • a= -■-- x :,—-e--^d; , LADY HELP FOR WtHANGAREI. Apply MRS. GOODSON, Royal . Hotel, between 7 and 9,p.m. this evening. \\T A ■ N T E l>, V * .AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL for Princes-street. • Must be good plain cook. References required. Good wages. * Apply— MRS. RAINGER, PRINCBS-ST. 15 A N T "'B' ~dT Smart Lad, about 18 years of age, for Cutting Room.—Apply Manager, Arch. Clark and Sons, Ltd., Underclothing Factory, Albert-st. o 2 A' N T E D, COAT MACHINISTS AND COSTUME HANDS. DALTON AND HUTTON, MALCOLM'S BUILDINGS, WELLESLEY-STREET. SUPERIOR BOARDINGHOUSE WANTED IN A GOOD LOCALITY. We have an Inquiry for a house of from 35 to 40.rooms for the purpose of conducting a high-class Boardlnghouse. Inquirer will equip with his own furniture, and merely wants a good, clean house in convenient position, and is prepared to pay rental according to premises and position; highest references. TQAST AND JQAST, OPPOSITE P.P.O. mHB ORPHAN HOME, PAPATOITOI. Wanted a GOOD PLAIN COOK and an ASSISTANT MEMBER OF THE STAFF. Apply, either personally or by letter, to the Matron at the Home, Papatoitoi. W A NT E D, GIRLS FOR FACTORY. •WHITTOME, STEVENSON AND CO., Limited, DOMAIN FACTORY, FARNELL. ANTED, PRICE PER CHAIN FOR WIRE FENCING. Plans and particulars obtainable upon the property on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, between 2 and 5. g LESTER, near Station (opposite Thomas and Pooches Coach Building, MI. ALBERT. M 203 ATUSCbBS IN KNOTS. ~T JOINTS ALL STIFPENKD AND SWOLLEN.. Lance-like pains torture and tornient the victim of Rheumatism, and you don't think you will ever get-rid of the disease. Perhaps you have tried all kinds of socalled cures and much-advertised quack remedies' all to no purpose. Well, don't despair. There Is a medicine that can and will cure you. Take RHEIUMO. It is r. positive antidote for uric acid poisoning. It relieves pain, removes the swelling, and clears the system of excess uric acid —the cause of all the trouble. RHEUMO Iβ neither a liniment nor a pill, but a liquid medicine' of marvellous therapeutic •value. BiHBUMO conquers 'Rheumatism. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle... -OAINT3 OF HIGH GBADE, JT Specially Prepared for HotuM Painting. '' '-"'. .' :' . 43. CUSTOMS-ST. BAST. '.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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