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WASTES. (Continued from Page 1.) r\7ANTED to Buy, Tailor's Ga 8 Stove and W Iron. — Apply 120, Nolson-st. 101 TTI/ANTED, a General Servant. — Apply »» Mrs S. White, opp. Jane, Plumber, Doroluion-rd. WANTED, a Bodymaker; also, Improver to bodymaklng.— J. Hill, Coachbullder, Karangahape-rd. \~X7ANTED, good Girl or Woman to as- »» slst. — Mrs Richardson, Fruiterer, Jervois-rd., Ponsonby. 70 ANTED, a Homely Help to elderly couple. — Apply Mrs Healy, Registry Offlce, Pitt-st., Newton. 94 TO/ANTED, a Girl, used to packing and » » wrapping.—Apply Dingo Medicine Co., 173, Hobson-st., Auckland. 110 YX7ANTEV, a Boy, about 16 years of age, *' to be generally useful; good home. — Apply to J. Howie, Kewton-_d. 106 Vt/AiNTED Imme dlately, experienced Girl, » ' baker's shop; live ln good home; 10/.—Miss Sinclair, Grafton Registry. TX7ANTED to Sell, Freo Wheel Cycle, ln I* good order; price £4. — Apply by letter, to Cycle, 117, "Star" Offlce. 77 YXTANTED a Strong Girl, assist washing '» aud do plain irouing.—Apply Eden I Laundry. Mt. Edeu-rd., near Flrebell. TX7 A NTED, Smart Girls, for "press IngT~at »' once. —Apply Porter's Dye Works Office. Tabernncle Buildings, Newton. \S7AXTED, General Servant: good wages ' » l£ competent.— Mrs Talue, Clarence-st., opposite tirebell, Calliope-rd., Devonport. 05 ANTED, Bricklayer to build two chimneys.—Apply D. Gouk, Jagger and ( Harvey, Ship Chandlers, Lower Queeu-st. ! 100 WANTED, 6tnart Man take over half Interest lucrative agency; rare chance; i satisfactory reason for selling.—Reply MHO. Star Office. (30 mANTED, General Servant, 4 in family. ».' — Apply after Wednesday, Mrs A. Saunders, opp. Native School, St. Stephen'snvenue, ParneH. 07 VS7ANTED, immediately, Buyer for Edison "' Picture Machine, in perfect order; everything complete. Including fllin. — Ileply E., 110, "Star" Offlce. 90 ANTED. For~_Trst-class house, Rotovua, Two smart Waitresses. —Apply, betweeu 2 and 5, Mrs. Mnclde, 2nd house past Mlllals-st. Riciunond-rd. 103 ANTED, Pupils for Mandoline, Violin, Banjo, Pianoforte, and Singing; terms £1 )/ per quarter (In advance). — Ramsden 8.r05., 35, Howe-st., Newton. M 531 Female Attenduut for the Costley Home, Epsom; sulary at the rate of £40 per year and found. Including uniform. —Apply to Manager at the Home. ANTED, Employment for Bush Cooks, Bakers. Butchers, Ploughmen. Drivers. Hotel Cooks, Kltcbenmen, Station Couples, Drainers, Fencers, Scrub Cutters, aud others.—McLeod's Registry. 80 \TLT ANTED— Lady Help. Mount Albert; VV Housemaids, Gisbome, Mt. Eden, Epsom, private; Generals, Helensvllle, Kneo. Remuera. ParneH, Tuakau. Mercer, Stanley Point; Housemaid, hotel, Kaeo. Waiting Engagements—Housekeepers, In or near town, good refs.: Housemaid or Waitress.—Mrs. Arthur. Strand. 82 ANTED—Mrs. Lockley. H.M. Arcade, established over 20 years, wants—a Housemaids, 20/ each. together. East . Coast; Waitress 20/, Housemaid 20/, together, Tnumaranui; Waitresses, town. 15/, 17/0; Housemaid-Needlewoman, Parlourmaid; Cook. IS/. House-Table-mald, 15/, to- ; gether. llelensvllle; Generals. 20/, Wonieu ' Cooks; 2 I_udy Helps. IT/6. ID/, together, Walkato; Married Couples (no family); etc., etc. 83 BOOT TRADE—Wanted, Good Benchmen for heavy work.— It. Wnltou. Lion Brand Boot Factory. Wakefield-sL MEETINGS. -vf O T I C E. Members of the Auckland District Law Society are requested to assemble ct the Magistrate's Court at 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY, 21st Inst., when an Address will be presented to E. BAMFORD, Esq.. District Land Registrar, on the occasiou of his Promotion to the position of Registrar General, J. E. REED, . » ; i... President. BOROUGH NOTICES. "DO ROUGH OF MOUNT EDEN. ANNUAL ACCOUNTS. Public Notice Is hereby given that the Balance-sheet aud Statement of Accounts of the Borough of Mount Eden for the year eudlug .list March, 1908, duly aullted, may be Inspected, and copies obtained, during lofflce hlovuis, at the Council Chambers, Mount Eden. ALBERT ROBINS, Town Clerk. 20th April, 1909. ELECTORAL. /-UTY COUNCIL ELECTION. MR. W. A. THOMPSON Will address the electors at ST. JAMES' HALL, WKLLINGTON-S-T., TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY). 20th, at 3 o'clock! Ladles Specially Invited. Dr. Molr will preside. 113 mo THE ELECTORS OF NEWMARKET. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— At the request of a large number of Electors I have pleasure to announce that I will be a candidate for the forthcofiilng Election, and, should I have the' honour of being elected, I shall endeavour to look after the ratepayers' Interests. Yours faithfully, J. B. KING. Park-road. 'Phone 1389. XiOST AND rOTTND. LOST, Nickel Whoe! Cap.—Reward on returning to J, Martin and Co., Purnell, LOST; Sunday, between Seafield View-rd, and Symonds-st,, letter containing letterß. Reward, — Apply "Star" Offlce, 75 LOST, Sunday Evening, between Rejnuora and Ht, Matthews' Church, Gold Brooch with heart attached. Reward — : Apply •'Star" Offlce, I 88 TV/J-ATRIMONIAL— Young Man (26) dark 1M- and tall, would like to correspond with young lady, about 24 years view to above. —J.G.M,, Newton P.O.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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