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WANTED, good Bodice Hands; constant Rose, .Kliyber Pass.* ;--^. , . , .- ■~.■•.,;.•; ■ t ;.-. '■, ...•.■j. ! :;...,m i TTTANTED, a Youth- tor Blacksmith's • T.T Shop.—Gee and Potter, Coachbuildere, ; Lorne-st. • ;.•'.,,'.. -~ ~ ' - 102 ANTED, Carpenter, flret-class man.— Apply "Early"7B«iV""Period:.- E:; Newmarket.. U • .' V 'V' ' •„' •. : .:. . "106. ■TMBEBXWE KNITTIN43 MACHINE COM- • ■»->. PANY (New Zeatetod) -want people to ' Make Hosiery. ..for them,' whole ..or spare time, in their own home?;/ make £1 a week; previous experience" not necessary;'constant employment all the year round.—Wwlte at once. Box 734, G.P.0., Wellington. . MlB , "DOOT TRADE.—Wanted, Grrl for shoeI -*-». dressing- Department; Boy for Pressroom; also 2 Boys for general work.—Apply Northern Boot Company, Limited, - Lower Hobson-st. ".'_'"' . 47 BOOK-KEEPER ■'■■> (26) . Seeks Employment. Good References. Apply— ""' '■ '-.': '■' '.■":'■ BOOK-KEEPER, 465, STAR OFFICE. . .'.' „..„'...'. '■'V.. t '■ "t* KBSSM AKlNG—Wanted,.' Improver, or - Smart Apprentice.—Apply Miss O'Hagan,, Costumier, 8,.. Wellesiey-st. Bast (near Milne and Choyce'g).-' ■■ --- -100 ENGINEDRIVER, with 2nd class certlfleate, -wants Situation; would;take- Job tiring; can do own repairs; references. —Adi dress J.W.H.. 447.-Star Office.,, ~'.,:. .76 I "OAMILY going away . for ; short . tlnie, J- widow and daughter would take charge of home; Very reliable.—Apply Star Office. rjUMDIGGERS.—Wanted, practical Men, V* winter field,.extensive l area (Jate Fitzgerald's); small weekly rent; cash business only.—ll.; Freeman, Storekeeper,;; Okahu-ku_-a, Via Helehsville. '. ' 22 M~ TJSICAL Instruments, .all kinds, tel paired; violins speciality.—Wm." Zett- ' witz, Practical Musical. Instrument Maker, ' Wakefleld-6t.. Auckland.- ■ M 498 REFINED Ttoung Lady wishes Situation as Housekeeper to gentleman; thoroughly'domesticated, and very, inusica ; . excellent references.—Address New Chum, 405. Star Office. ? TO TJJGTIjOOT TRADE.—Wanted, good Benehmen.—Apply,Clark, Purdy, and ' Co., Imperial Boot Factory, WeiUngton-st. ■ , '96 \mo GROCERS.—First-class Provision .J- Fliind wants Situation, town or couu- ; try; splendid refs.—R%ply to-8., 479, Star Office. 32 WAJfTED FOB HAWEBA.-1 Good Bodice Hand, 1 Good Coat Hand; 1 Good Skirt Hand.—"Apply lor particulars to ARCH. CLARK AND SONS, LTD., ■ SHORTLAND-STBEET. 13 • mO GROCERS.—Youth, ten years' Home I experience as assistant, desires PoslI tlon; can solicit, drive; reliable references. i —Apply COX, CLEVEDOS P.O. 31 YOUXG LADY requires Position as Companion, assist light duties; country preferred; ride, drive, etc., musical.—Address _ • G.P.0., Auckland. ..,.43 YOUTH, strong, willing, active, desires Employment on" Saturdays from 2 p.m. : ; highest references from employer.—Address ; R.Ji., 467, Star Office. 1 eg Ote BONUS given for Situation as night ; o^-» watchman, caretaker, etc.—Reply ? 481, Star Ottlcii. . - 73 ; "YTESSAGE BOY WANTED FOR WAREV ■ HOUSE. ; Apply,--- •.- • .■/■■:.: ; SHARLAND AND C 04., LTD.." " \ '■ - ~ . . Liorne-Bt., Auckland. aj. ( •■":,.■■: ,v -(_*«£-.- ---? RANTED AT ONCE, SOUND CLEAN CASKS, 50 or 100 GALS. ' ■ - • Send Price to ■ j PARKER, ;Wade. \y ~± N ■'". T IT" dT JUNIOR CLERK FOR FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE OFFICE. ■;-, Good education and address necessary; £02 per annum. Reply— ..;... INSURANCE, .461, STAR OFFICE. 32 A T N T E D, IMPROVERS FOR COSTUME SHOW ROOM AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING. Also,— " ; IMPROVERS FOR DRESS DEPARTMENT Apply, ; , ; RENDELL'S LADIES' WAREHOUSE, Newton. . a" n -"a! ~- ~td~, EXPERIENCED MACHINISTS FOR LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING AND , BLOUSES. . Apply—' . MANAGER, ARCH. CLARK AND SONS, Limited, -< ' Underclothing Factory, Albert-street.. 50 A N T ■ ". B. D, AT ONCE. UNDERCLOTHING MACHINISTS COSTUME MACHINISTS,. , IMPROVERS AND FINISHERS. Apply— CRESCENT MANUF., 154, HOBSON-ST; ANTED ' AT' 6 ITC B, GOOD CUTTER FOR- LADIES' COSTUME DEPARTMENT. Apply, stating experience, salary required, b". •■ t0 < ~ ..... , ■.'■ ' CAMBRIDGE CLOTHING FACTORY, Violet-st., .Eden . Terrace. ry ANTED J£ N O W N--NOW SHOWING. A FINE ASSORTMENT OF. GENT.'S • WELTED BOOTS.In Medium, Dixie,.and Round Toes, at VERY SMART __NE,: GENT.'S PATENDERBY BOOTS, OK / ■ FOR STRONG WEAR, GENT.'S CHROME BALS, 9/li, 10/9, 12/6, 14/S ' GENT.'S COURT SHOES, 5/11, 7/11, 9/11 10/0 . . / . ■-. ■■' • m gOOT JJMPORIUM, THREE LAMPS, PONSONBY. ' Jjf- .! M7B TTEALTH HINTS. FOR RHEUMATICS. Diet plays an Important part In Rheu- : matlsm, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and 1 kindred complaints. Those troubled with these diseases should be careful, for some foods encourage the formation of uric acid. Avoid red meats, • beer, vinegar, spices; use tea and .coffee sparingly, and— most' important of H/HEUMO. It is the one. medicine that will quickly and effectually cure Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and their attendant evils. The first dose of RHEXTMO gives reUef, and its use will be found to effect a " complete cure;' :Your chemist: or store- : keeper sells it 2/6 and 4/6 a bottle. Give It a'trial. i v ~i: ~ '- . '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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