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WANTED. WANTED, a Lad for Kitchen.—Cafe Cecil, Lower Queen-st. 30 \STANTED, a Competent Dressmaker, at *7 once," to go out "by tne day.—Apply Star Office. 5 TSfANTED, a good Window Dresser; Eng- •* lish experience preferred.—Address K.D., 492, Star Office. by young married woman, »■' Position In tea or luncheon rooms.—Address Urgent, 480, Star Office. 38 VTJTANTED, a Girl, for general household ♦» duties (3 in family).—Apply Mre. A. L. Andrews, Woqdaide-rd., Mt. Eden. *" 3 2 (ilrls as apprentices tor fac--7» tory; not over 16 years.—Johnson oros., boot Manufacturers, KafangahapeCheerful Girl, take place of T » sister to lonely woman; dress aud little pocket money provided, Protestants.—Apply Star Office. 214 WANTED for the Country, a Housekeeper middle-aged, domesticated; one used to country preferred; easy place.—Apply Star Office. 86 XXT ANTED—Miaday waitress,, -experienced, • • excellent references, desires Situation lea or dining rooihs.—Apply Waitress P. 0., Newmarket. Good Coat Hand.—Apply W. »» Doble, Tailor and Costumier, Genu's Outfitter, Central House, opp. Public Hall, Newmarket. 91 employment by young man »~ (19), butcher; could improve employer's round; good references.—Reply A.U., EW, Star Office. m WANTED) capable Woman for Housework, all duties, comfortable home; wages £I.—Apply, after 5 p.m., Mrs. W. C. Anderson, Stauley-st., City. 93 IX7ANTED, Hrst-c!as3 Ladles' Tailors, high- » » est wages to experienced men.—Apply Schneideman, the Empire Tailors, Wellesleystreet and Karangahape-road. ■C\fANTED. Cook; also House-parlour- »• maid; two in family.—Apply; morning or evening, Mrs. Harry Bloomfleld, Walmumu, St. Stephec's-avenue, Parnell. 101 VA7ANTED, Gentlenan, with £100, to join »» another in carrying on and extending Well-established liind and Commission Business. Auckland.—Address M., 471, Star Office. VS7ANTED, Young JCady toi office and ' » shop; one with knowledge of typewriting and shorthand preferred.—Apply, stating age and salary required. Business N'ewtou I-.u. ' VyANTED, by the 16th May, for Remuerc, ' » Cook-General, no washing; also, Uouse-pailour-maid; references.—Apply, by letter, to Mrs. Archie Clark, c/o Messrs. Arch. Clark and Sous, Ltd., Shortland-st. WA Known—Save 2 Gnineas OUF.S the only establishment in Auckland where you get Ready-to-Wear Costumes made by tailors.—Sweeter and Co., Karanguhape-rd. WANTED Known—lie wix« and save 2 Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co.. Leading Ladies' Tailors, Pltt-st. and Karauga-hupe-rd.. opp. Bradstreet's. ANTED Known.—That we deliver Taupiri, Weetport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or Suburbs at lowest rates.— WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and Carriers, Queen-et., Customs-et., Bymondsst., and Mt. Eden. ANTED Known—Save 2 Guineas. Parisian Costumes, all prices.—Strteter aud Co., Pitt-st. and Karangahape-rd. ANT E~D KNOWN— That yon can Fnralab throughout on Eaey Terms at the City Supply Stores, 227, Kaxangahape-rd. Also, Ijrapery, Clothing, Boou, Musical Instruments, etc; (on {Manos and Sewing Machines oniyj no deposit reyaiiei. M3BO VX7ANXED Knovpn.—A. S. Streeter and »» Co., Tailore, Pitt-dt., Gent.'s All-wool Overcoats, Waterproofs, latest cvt v 3S/6 and 12 are tee be'tt procurable: WANTED Known.—Farms, all sizes and prices, for Sale. Practical farmer will show purchasers over properties.—Apply G. C. Mnmis, Buckland Score. ANTED—Save your money by buying Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Furniture of Ever; Description from Cheapest House in the City.—Cochrane'e, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers and Auctioneers. 199, Queen-st. M4SO WANTED, Purchaser for good 6-roomea House; gag througout, telephone. Together with premises on adjoining section; suitable for factory, etc.; near Id. section. Price £675, for speedy sale.— J. E. Haymau, 23, City Chambers, cor. Queen and Victoria-street. M 153 ANTED ' KNOWN— That I can supply UNION HOUSE COAL, at Zl/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TAUPIRI and other Coals; Coke and firewood.—A. E. TATTLE*', Coal Merchant, Carrier, etc., Newmarket. 'Phone 457. MB4B WANTED KNOW N— KAPOK AND PLAX MATTRESSES a Speciality. Auckland Prices, and a large selection. H. PRIME, Furnisher, ONEHUNGA M 271 WANTED Known.—Cabinetmakers and other Buyers of Tiles, see Lamont, the "Grate Man," who represents the makers. •Phone 1930.—King's Court Buildings, Qneen-st. M 228 ryANTED TTNOWN. AT TTOOKER'S QYMOXDS QTBEBT. FINEST DUTCH SALT HERRINGS, 1/9, a/9, 4/6, 8/3 per tin; l/», 2/6, 4/, 7/6 per barrel. ■ SALT SALMON. 8d per lb. FINEST LING FISH, 8d per lb. SMOKED SARDINES, Quarters, 5d per tin, 4/0 per dozen; Halves, 9d per tin, 8/9 per dozen. PRESERVED BLOATERS, 9d per tin. FINDON HADDOCKS, 9d per tin. SPICED HERRINGS, 9d per tin. TT7M. -g" OOKEE pROPRIETABI, IMPORTERS OF TEAS, COFFEES. AND GENERAL GROCERIES. TEA, COFFEE, AND GROCERY SUPPLY STORES, UPPER SYMONDS-STREET. Telephone 448. M4S9 \XT ANTED KNOWN. WINTER SHOW OF LADIES' AMERICAN BOOTS. THE "COSTUME" BOOT, A High-class Patent Boot, in Lace and Button. TJRITISH AND A MEBICAN gHOE gTOBE. THE NEWEST STYLE IN DEKBT LACE BOOTS, VERY SMART, 15/9. LADIES' HIGH-GRADE EVENING SHOES, NEW VARIETY, 9/6 WORTH 12/ 6 WARM SLIPPERS, in Satin and Felt. SQUARE TOE BOOTS A3*D SHOES for comfort, from 13/6. SPECIAL LINE OF LADIES' GLACE BUTTON AND LACE BOOTS, at 10/6 SCHOOL BOOTS, with Bioad Toes; 9/6, 10/6, 1276. JAMES ADAMS AND CO., ■ORITISH AND gHOB QTOBB. OPP..PUBLIC LIBRART. Mβ ANTED, every working man la Anck.-, land to get 4/6 Tennis Shirts for 2/0 I and 2/9, at Shrlnekl'a Sale, cor. Queen • r\A IXTAllealAv cfa ' .1

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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