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■ •-;:.. .;-..,..;...■ VTANTED. .': '•" :: ':■ .' WANTED,-1 experienced -Waitress.—strand .... Cafe, Queen-et. 'V--; "■'-'/ ■'■-•";. ;-.•.■'■.; ." ;61 T7l7ANTßl>r** Boy, 14 to 16 year*.—Apply " '-.-.Jamea Smith* .Grocer,■ .Parneli. ■■- . ' WJ ANTED, Wheelwright, general band prejf:»:. E, Clark, Blrkenieadr4s WANTED, by yonp^'Woman,''Washing by . the day.—Apply Mrs. Beid,'4, Wavertey^t.;.v.-;;..:. ;■. ■- ;■;,:,/;-.•:' ■.:■..- ;:;;... 38 WANTED, 2 : gopdv Drivers. for' two-Tibrse teams.—Apply H. Bray and C 0. ,! Onehnnga: :"• :■:.......,..-.-..:..;.'■':£".::"'-'■■ ..'. '.>!"." ANTED, a Young-Man for farm .work; one that can milk preferred.—Apply Star Office. . "*;.: ...:.: . ' : II." WANTED, Costume Machinists and Mantle • F. M. Klmg and Co.,ias, Albert-at; " ; ' , ' ■'-."-■US \X7ANTED,,"a gbod.Window'Dresser; .Eng- »" lish experience .preftrred.—Addreas K.D>V 492. Star Office... ; ,:' : ; ANTED,,e smart; Boy., to lea.m Building Trade.—SV>r■.';' address,- E. -Porter- aad Co., Ironmoagers,.yewtqii.t...' ' ,' ~ rXTANTED, in:.experienced- Second Cook; .;*»■ aJao, » smart Boy, as Buttons.—Apply at,' , Glenalvon,''-.Jermyn-st.-: , ,; ~, ~.61' TX7ANTED, smart Beuch Hands for Tara- . »,»- r nakl.—Apply 'by •■ letter, -F; - - Jagger, Leather; Me'-chant. Auckland.'. Z -~v ■" -"...,.' Good- Household tine," -by""2 •»-' ■energetic-'Canvaseera, , through N.Z; — Appry 'Star -Office. ■"'-'■- VXTANTED, for' TSortnern "Wairoa,- Middle- • »-• aged Person- for: light houseworkr-good home, -small Star Office. 45 \7I7ANTED,. Situation as Lady. Help, , .where '» there areno-youriß'children; Mt. Eden preferred:—Address A;H.; 463, Star' Office, - :; ,■..,.„.„.,.-.,:.....-„.:.,..,.;;■;. sg TX7ANTED,, a smart, respectable Boy, for T njessages;, .Saturday " hilf John Earle and Co., Tea Merchants, Queen- ■?*•' '"• ' ' i-.;.--; ,,, ; - . 89 V\7ANTED, 2 Girls as; apprentices fur fac»T '.tbry;. not over .16 .years.'—Joinspri Bros., Boot - Manufacturera, KarangahapeANTED,' General Servant,: middle-aged preferred; references.—Apply lirs. Sager, c/b Mrs. Powell, Haslett-st. Eden Terrace. ■j. : > .... ..'.. ; .. -'. - ,112 WANTED for the Country, a Housekeeper: middle-aged,. domesticated; one used tb-country, preferred; easy place.—Apply star, office. .:: .x ~ . r ._ .m YXJApiTED— Midday waitress, experienced, '<X/i excellent .references, desires Situation tea or dining Waitress P;O.j Newmarket. '"' „;■-',.', -' V.-'.- , -■'.- ..'.-.- f '^., ANTED,. Good- Coat Hand.—Appiy. Wi Doble, Tailor and Costumier Gent.'s Outatter., Central" House, opp. Public Hall, Newmarket. ' ":" J ■ -.-, ••. -gi TX7ANTELD, -by certificated ■ young lady; »»-Pupils for piano, aui singing; homes visited; £1 quarter.—Address Piano, 300 Star Office. ' " ' J . .' M 438 WANTED, sniart Girl,-' to. learn, linen business; one" just left school ferred.^Apply Belfast Linen Co., 119, Ka-raneahape-rd. .'.:'. ■...';/";..'.■- V '.30 ANTED, gooa Saddle .Hands; .also, Machinists; -for' horse ■■- and 3 Boya.—Apply J. : H".'Uove, "Junction-of Queen and Grey streets. --■ -- - ' 118 WANTED, . Machinisti for " double-needle Machine; - also, Shirt- Machinists and Improvers.—A. ,W. Smith, St. Paul-st., opp: St. .Paul's Church. .' . ■-. .;. .' -29 ANTED, good -Coat Hands, Shirt Machinists," and Finishers; good wages and -constant: .work. —Jordan's - Clothing Factory;;Alexandra-st. ■:.: . - : .-.>.< WANTED, iYoung ■ £ady ' for office and . tliop, one with .of .typewriting aftU.lsh'ortliand:'preXerred.—Apply, stati ing age. aud salary- required. Business, Newtuli l'.O. ..'.; - - -U "- : .'/%-T' l - --^^V-.j ' the:l«h May, ty;HiW<»i<j »* patlour-maid; references. —Apply, by letter; to'- Mrs.- Archie: Clark; 'c'/o'- -Messrs.-- Arch. Clark and Soua',' Ltd. ,Shortland-st. ; WANTED. Know.— all sizes and prices, for; Sale. Practical farmer will show purchasers over properties.—Apply G: C. Munuß, Bnckland , Store: , ,:; " ■; * ;.'; ■ TX7ANTED' 2. Guineas. »•» OURS the bn.ly. establisjament'in Auckland wiere *yo,u get Costumes made tby rtailbrs.^Streeter' and Co.', Knrangahape-rd. ■" ' .''". .".', " '.' ,' ' v ANTED -Known—That-J. B. Willlam- . son, 410/ (Jueen-st.,. above Grey iStatue, -Repaira all kiudf -of Band, Musical Instruments, at Moderate Charges. ' ;,il;'" • ri TS7ANTED Known—B^Twise and. save.2 TV - -Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co.; Leading Ladies'' Tailors, , Pitt-st. and Karanga-hape-rd., opp. Bradstreet's. ". ' WANTED Known.—That -we deliver Taupii'i, Westport, Newcastle, and" all Coals; also, Firewood,-to any* part of the City or* Suburbs "at Slowest ' rates.—! WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants, aiid Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st., Symondsst., and Mt. Eden. . . ' * . ANTED Known—Save. ;2 Guineas. Parisian Costumes, all prices.—Strteter and Co., Eltt-st.: and' Karangahape-rd."'"'"■ Knowni—Mrs Fisher, well ;»■». Jmown Featherdresser,• has Booms in City Chambers, yictbrla-at (take lift); also at 268, Karangahape-rd. Boas a specialty. , r;; ; ,"•;:; y : ":v;;."'vv ;•:.. .. : . :34 Wanted:: v known— That yon can Furnish throughout on Easy Terms at the XJlty .Supply Stores, 227, Karangahape-rd.. Also,-Drapery, Clothing, Boots', Musical Instruments, etc.; , (on iPdanps cud Sewing Machines only). \ no. deposit .'required;"-- :-"~::~: .: ;■-■-"--"■- M3eo ANTED. and Co., the - old-established- Dyers and Cleaners, give satisfaction.—Address, Wellesley-st. E. ANTED.—Auction , Sales at Private Besidences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Besnlts guaranteed. ' 'Phone 122. MlO ANTED Known. —Wigs and: Transformatlons made to order; prices low; combings made up, 2/ per oz.—Misa Wrigley,, 93, Karangahap.e-rd. - .108 ANTED. Known.—A. S. Streeter aiiil •Co.; Gent.'s- All-wool^ Overcoats, Waterproof*, latest cut, 38/6 and £2 are the best procurable. . . .: ANTED - Known—Pianofortes Tuned, 3/. G. Hood, Norman-st., Mt. BoskUl-rd. •Orders received by Mr Hawkins, Stationer, Queen-st. .:.-,.,.. ~.^ ANTED Known—un Hire, Screw Jack* and Floor Cramps.—James Slator, Architect, Illuminator, etc. Government Insurance Buildings, Queen-et. ~ ■ WANTED Known,—lf you are Moving, . .ring up 'phone 2157j cheapest furniture removing vans in -town.—W. B. Snook, Carrler, Eden Terrace; ■ WA NT ED B. NOW h— A SHORT PRICE LIST. . FTJBNITtIRE—Green "BUods, oh "patent spring rollers, complete with-nttlngs.l/U-Wire Wove Mattresses -irom -9/6; • Wire Wove Stretchera; 11/6; Flax . Mattreeses from 8/6; Kapok Mattresses, 13/6; Bedsteads from aa/6; Conches, 30/; nice Duchess Fairs,' 48/6; Combination Chests from -32/6 to 90/; Sideboards from «7/6; Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/11; Children's High Chairs, 5/6; W.B. Chaire, 6/; Floor Cloth,-1/3 per yard: Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Toles, In .Iron, Oak, Mahogany, Walnut, with." all nttings complete, 2/3; etc.. etc. ■ . . . . . , TRAVELLING.TRTJNKS-r-Speciai Strong Steel Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6/B;: also Steel' Hat Boxes from 3/6 to '7/6. ' ■-... splendid assortment "of Table-Cutlery, by.,.well known Sheffield makers; Whlte-haudlea Table Knives, 2/6 the half Sbien; a, very Special Line; 6/ the hall dozen; Carving 'Knives and Forks, from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoons. 2/ the-half dozen; Forks, Table Spoons, etc. ; <;A' splendid, < Saw Bread : Knife, 1/; Razors, 2/6 upwards; Pen Knives', twoblades, from 6d to 5/;, a real good Sheath Knife, complete with leather sheath, 1/9. : E.P. Fine ' Assortment' of Nickel Plated Cruets Of four-bottles and more, from 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, upwards. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ABTICLES— Box Iron,-2/6; Patent- Draught Iron, 4/6; Sad Iron, 1/3; S,cales .and Weights, from 5/11; Spring Balances, to weigh asib, Bd, 501b, 1/i Knamer Kettles from, 2/; nn Kettles from 10d; Copper Bottom Kettles from 1/11: Solid Copper Kettles. 4/6; Meat Mincers, 8/9; Spirit Stove, Bd; Kerosene Stoves, very handy, from 5/. 7 "• 1 -- GAB GOODS—Gas Binge, 1/D, 2/, 2/3, to 8/6; Gas Iron, 4/6; Gas Grills, 12/6; Steel . Gas Tiiblng, from 1/8 pec length. I At H. B. SHROFF'S,- General Importer, Iflft anil ml -VTfVmilT l.flT lroin I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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