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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
DEATHS.' GASH.—On April 15th, at her late residence, 12, Wes't-st., Newton,' Rose "Ann, relict of the late Nelson Gash. '". Private, interment. '•';.., '*%. No flowers, no mourning; by request. -•'.':'.. ' ." " \ . : ■_ '. .'"-... . FOB gAJLB. P OR SALE Singer Sewing Machine in good order, 23/; also. Ship's Deluge Punt.—Joseph Hales, Boot Shop, Newmarketv; .... :',-.'.■ ' , ..,";t " - NEW COTTAGE IN' PONSONBY.—4 rooms, scullery; bath, washhouse; allot., 60ft frontage. £440. £85 cash, balance easy terms. .' - f^OTTAGE^CITY.—4 rooms and scullery, \-> corner position; Just off Welllngton-st £330. COTTAGE— MOUNT EDEN.—6; rooms; • large section level land; near main road and j railway bridge; £500. C. R. WILLIAMSON .AND CO., , Hobson Buildings, Shortland and Fort, sts; MT. EDEN—Choice Residence, of 8 rooms; large section land, in garden, orchard, etc.; lmin.' from trams: £1200. aRAFTON— New Villa of 7 rooms; allot., 40ft frontage; harbour views; one mm. from bridge. *750. MT. ROSKILL, ROCKY NOOK—Cottage, of 5 large rooms; bath, washhouse; most desirable, healthy position. £520. C R W ILLI AMSON AND /^O., HOBSON BLDGS.. SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. TO LET. TO LET Furnished 5-Roomed Cottage, Sulphur Beach; permanent tenant, 12/6 weekly.—Apply A. Sansom, Sulphur Beach, Northcote. 94 rpo LET '■ OR LEASE. A READY IN A FEW DAYS. FIRST-CLASS BRICK SHOP AND DWELLING. In the best position In Pnrnell. The shop Is well appointed and the residence has every modern convenience. Apply— ■T. THORNEB, 83, QUEEN-ST. M 528 EPSOM —6-roomed Cottage, large section; Just off tramline; 16/. DEVONPORT— 7-roomed Villa, Victoriard.; smln to ferry; 20/. FURNISHED VILLAS in most desirable Positions. PARNELL, 45/;" PONSONBY, water front, £2; DEVONPORT, 32/6 and 25/. NORTHCOTE, 6 rooms and 6 C R \X7ILLIAMSON AND £10., HOBSON BLDGS.. SHORTLAND AND FORT STS. ____________________________________■_; BOARD AND BESIPEWOE. BOARD and Residence required by a Gentleman; Ponsonby or Heme Bay. w- Address "G," 491, Star Offlce. .90 Home for one or two V respectable men, with or without board.—2s, off Khyber .Pass.■XTICE Single Furnished Bedroom, in prl•r, ™ te family; suitable for gentleman; Mt, Eden cars to door.—Apply Star Offlce. 49 rpo LET, Large Detached Room, with ■*• range; suit bachelor.—24, Pattesonst.. Freeman's Bay. 65 rpo LET, 2 Furnished or Unfurnished •*• Rooms, to • respectable men, with or without board.—Apply 131 Welllngton-st. 67 mo LET, Double Bedroom and Slttingroom •*■ and 2 Single Rooms; private family.— 44, Nelson-st. (two doors from Victorla-st.), City. S5 mo LET, Furnished Rooms, double" and -*- single; also. Unfurnished. All prices j —Apply Mrs. Healey, Registry, Pitt-st. [ Newton. 79 mo LET. Part of Well-Furnished House; ■*- piano, all conveniences, main road; I musical people preferred; terms moderate. [■ —Apply star Oflice. 43 TWO ladies require 2 Large Sunny Un- • furnished 'Rooms, with conveniences; or, SmalJ., House; no children; Reply Careful, Newmarket P.O. WANTED to Let, to a respectable m.c.,----no children, n Furnished Front Room. —Apply 47, Cook-st. 81 ANTED, by young gent, Board and Residence, in private family; Mt; Rosklli preferred.—Address Rex. 454, Star Offlce. _0 ANTED, Gent. Boarder, private family, . best part Ponsonby,,2niins from train; Smins. from bench; £1 ; woek, including washing and mending.—rApply Star Office. -....:..:..' 42; WAIffTED. . • WANTED, Furnished Double* Room;: near Reservoir, use con;; reply Home, Newton Post Offlce. .y.;-.- . -.- 96 ANTED, Experienced Waitress.-^Dent's Auckland Dining Rooms, Queen-st., opp. Herald' Office. 83 WANTED— £6 Is offered for a Good Perninnent Billet of any kind.—'Address Billet, 483, Star Office. 78 (TTTANTED, a.good Window Dresser; Eng- _» lish experience preferred.—Address K.D., 492, Star Office. ANTED, Furnished HOuse; Remuera preferred; excellent client.—Hurron and Medley. 18, 82 ANTED to Sell, B.S.A. Bike; good order; free wheel; only £B.—H. Leadbeater, Cutler, next Tlvoll Theatre. 87 ANTED to Rent, by married couple, 4 or 5 roomed House, near Id section. — Apply No. 01, Lower HobsohtSt. 98 V\7ANTED, 2 Girls as apprentices tor fac- »» tory; not over 10 years.—Johnson Bros., boot . Manufacturers, Karangahapeld. WANTED Known—Save 2 Guineas. Parisian Costumes, all prices.—Streeter and Co., Pltt-st. and Karangahape-rd. WANTED, at once, Smart Nursery Housemald ror 2 little Girls, wages 18/. — Mrs Lorklng, Avenue Registry, Pqrttell. WANTED to Buy, a Quiet Pony, suitable for boy.r-Apply Saturday afternoon, corner Manuknn and Onslow rdsl,-Epsom. 85 «7ANTED, Perambulator, in good order, »» in Wicker or Rattan, with white hood. — Address Nyanza, 403, "Star'; Office. 97 Good' Coat Hand.—Apply W » * Doble, Tailor and Costumier Gent's Outfitter, Central House, opp. Public Hall Newmarket. '' 9-[ , ra7ANTED—Midday waitress, experienced ' ' » excellent references, desires Situation tea or dining rooms.—Apply Waitress P.O Newmarket. • ,j '- ANTED for tne country, a Housekeeper middle-aged,, domesticated;, one used ,to country, preferred; easy place.—Annlv Star Offlce. . . 88 ! T/t/ANTED, for Waihi, 2 Single Men; must »». be able to cut "orders; and general work; 30/ and found.—Pierce and Fearoh Butchers, Ponsonby-rd. ' VS7ANTED Known—Be wise and save 2 » T Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co Leading Ladies' Tailors, Pltt-st. and Karauga-hape-rd.-, opp. . Bradstreet's. T\7ANTED, by a Refined YOung Lady, from »v Scotland, Position as Companion- to elderly lady. — Reply Kirkcudbrightshire, 462, "Star" Oflice. " 99. WANTED Known—Save ij Guinens V> OURS the only establishment in Auckland where you get Ready-to-Wear Costumes made by' tailors.—Streeter and Co Karangahape-rd. ' W A NTlb AT 6NC E . GOOD CUTTER FOR LADIES' COSTUME DEPARTMENT. Apply, stating experience, salary required, to CAMBRIDGE CLOTHING FACTORY Vlolet-st., Eden Terrace. ' "DESPECTABLE W.Oman, healthy, good Afc sallpr, returning" to -Eugiaud. Would give services to lady or children for part passage paid.—Address D.D. 490 Stiff office. ' ' 84 T.OST, between Otahuhu and Auckland 1 Xn rt r^ P „^ ra A BB i off 'Bus Wheel—Reward, Andrew_qjid Andrew, Otahnhu or Auckland TOST, yesterday morning, between WMte'si-Store, Manurewa, and Auckland, Bank Book, also £1 Note and Gold, probably loßt at Penrose Station. Liberal reward,—Apply to Star Offlce. 93: rpENDERS Close on Wednesday for plumb- ■*■ Ing painting bricklaying,' and draining.—Apply New House, Bayficld-rd Poh-' 1 sonby.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
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