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UNCLASSKTEBADVTS. . WANTED good General, 12/; ' Mother'e Help; good Souses - -.and -Allotments <P6r Bale.—Economic, Beeistry,- -Gt- :Xorthrd. ■,'_.. ■;■■■,.■: ;■,::■■> --; '-: ■'- ' >'?■" 2( * mo MXt; torge Brick, Shop, epr-nerJKJera- ' -L- Jtnd VHeref ord-st; j protaihent corner; iplencliu locality; '25/ good tenant.—Apply Cheap, P.O;,- Kewton: ■ ~ ■■ ■ ~ :~y. s, - •' -. -■ - "- ' - - -"'. ■r '■ 207 : : — ——' ' '• — ■: WANTED, Man, drive' f .team iv roail .grader, 25/; Youths, .milk, .useful, .15/; Boys r .8/; Station Couple; two goba JfttTTles, .8/ day; two Labourers, V/ 9 .flay; W; - Cooks, -' : <sen«rals, Housemaids. — Mclißod's Registry.- . , i .::,;.. :v;.ais TO TAILOBS AND' eUTXERS.—Wanted, .a first-class! Tailor; oneiible to cut aud sew. aud manage workropm.T—Keply liyT letter, statliig experience "and-salary required tO '■-. •■ ; ' Vt ■' '-"'J '■':'-':■ : ■ ■'..'■: • -\--- " .. TAIIiOB, Sl6, STAB OFFICE..:, 213 WANTED, Cllieerlul Girt, Take :pUrce: of sister to lonely, woman,; dross.and little pocket money provided, Protestants.^—Apply Star Office. ,'~- ..'.'.' '■:■.''" j '■'".':"■■ ■. ■ "' .^ 14 TXTA>«TED, ■ Empl-eyment for.. Plasinili VV : Hanfls, Cutters, J Tlonglimen, Fencers, Bush Coots,' JJutcHers; :Bakets, Station, Couples,- Alilkers,. acd othetsr,Engine D>river, first certificate,'. Xeod's Keglstrj-: 'Phone 884.. - ;- WANTED Galv.'Cor. Iron, second-hand; also,. Xiadles* Bicycles, ;8.5.A'.,. In good order, steel rims.—iteply, Bicycle; .513, Star Office; ;' ' '■■ : .' ■.. - ,'.'".-.••"' ■'•->' ■"■..'•'■-.' -,H)9'. XjVyOND, Mohejv tbis. day at 1 ; ■T Kayll, Empire JJuildings, Swanson-efc •" ' — -; *■ v';'.;"•' ;--;•■ ■-• ,: ■■"»< WANTED-,. /Situations for .2 ~r<)r 3rneUt _ girls.' 15 or about;-good-General.*ants no children aafl; small family; Htraeekeepers waiting engagements; mother daughter >wan.t togeuier;.'. Cook- and Ho'useniald or .Waitress, hotel pr boaxdlAfc honseV 'Generals ■ "wafcted arseat.—Mrs. Arthur, Strand. .V...i'L>*(..• .;.-:: 2°? AiNTED, Mrs. Locklej%;/H.M. .Arcade, established over 20 .years, waats esperienced Housekeeper, 20/, -for 2 gentlemea (Ministers), ,Kew, Plyintfuth; W: A2ix>k,~ 25/. and Housemaid, -18/, -together, .-rcauranga; smart Waitress, 17/Ss DargaviUe; 2 Hoasemaids, lTy , * each,: Kotorua, and. near -town; Waitresses, Generals; 20/; '-Lady Helps; CHlioren"s Kurse; Married-..Couple,' £80, Station East Coast (no family); wife' cook, general, husband, milk, Jttll; useful- garden,;' etc.; Boy milk ■ .and-, drire, iA/i 'hear! town, etc;; etc.';' ; two tady Helps -WaiJgito.. 17/e and-IP/.' -..^....,.; ..--jr. ... ■ .;.;.j. ~ TO iiET, ■ , Nortlicote, :: a-rboined House, near-Wharf; good view -of--Harbour; rent, 10/.-r-Apply Mrs; -Aithnr, Stran<l Arcade, of. evenings; house opposite hotel. - ■-'■- - ; ■; ■■■'■-'.■■.-■-. :■•-—-■ --■-•■ : :^oa WAITED; by two ladles, going to bnsij ' ness, Boai'd; 'use Cpiano; -state terms (nioderate).- i -Heply«- Permanent,--.01*,-, Star Office. ..-.■.■;..• :.-.;'■■-'. ;' W- T-.- ; T>LAEE7, Upper" Swanson-st. . 0.. X»,:4two. doors.:.iabove...Star, Hotel). Ship's Block-maker,' Kepalrs and EsUntates. .'/•'; '.":-■■ '. '. . : : ; ; ; •■■'':'B9 ST. BENEDICT'S KAUj,- FRIDAY, . APRIL, PAJMY: AND 'SOCIAL, tendered toy the Children of Mary, in. aid of. the Milburn, : lion. Sec.—Geuts, 1/6; Ladies', 1/.—Coin-. [ : mence.B j.m.., ;....- : ■ ._.._' .■. ...„,. ..Xto, "IjW>UND. Irish Terrier Dog. If not clalnir J? 'Ed within seven days will b e O'Dowd. IS. St. Paul-st. - .209 "vrOtTNG Man (24). .from N.S. Wales.♦wants ■L ..Work, station, farm," or mil!; firstc'.nss knowledge-: stoelt > 'iiud--lanulnß;- not work.—, Address-•• quickly "X," 515, Stnr'Office. _ ' ' '• '; ; 2j2 VX7"AXTED, Clean. Tidy;-.. Woman for general »» \ho\ise work; elderly"woman- preferred; easy place.—Apply- Mrs. ! FJ 3. Htmmdnd. ' CalUope-rd., DevonDorU -■'-_ r ":. $1\

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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