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YX7AN TED, a Young Girl, for office work; ▼V —Apply F. M.- King and Co.. 165, Albert-st, ANTED, strong Boy, to learn the trade. —Apply J. Broady and Co., Ironworkers, Durham-st. YK7ANTRD, at once. Girl to Assist; other » » help kept.— Apply Mrs. Dean, 1, Eden Crescent (near Museum). 60 WANTED, Hands for sewing sacks; only those accustomed to needle and. palm work need apply.—Sugar Works, Chelsea. 68 WANTED, at once, General or Young Girl to assist; no washing.—Apply J. W. Bridgman, cor. .Dominion and Valley rds. . " ' ' ' •' T\TANOMiD; House-parlour-maid; two in T » family.—Apply, morning or evening, Mrs. Harry Bloomfield, Waimumu, St. fitephen's-avenne, Parnell. 101 vyANTED, Youth, milk and deliver, 15/; »•" Laundress, 28/, overtime; Waitress- - housemaids, 15/; Generals, 13/.—Warren's Agency, 26, High-st. 'Phone 2692. 72 PPLICATIONS for the Position of Ranger and.Registrar of Dogs for the Avondale District will be received by mc on or before MONDAY, the Brd May, at 7 p.m.—FIRED. BLUICK, Clerk, 19th April. 1000. ' BEEHIVE KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY (New Zealand) want people to Make Hosiery for them, whole or spare time. In their own homes; make £1 a week; previous experience riot necessary; constant employment all the year round.—Write at once. Box 784, G.P.0., Wellington. MlB T>OY Wanted as Apprentice to the baking. ** —Apply E. McKeown and Sons. Ltd., 3, Queen-st. 69 ■ROOT TRADE.—Wanted, Girl for shoe- ■*-» dressing Department; Boy for Pressroom; also 2 Boyg for general work.—Apply Northern Boot Company, Limited, Lower Hobson-st. 47 T~|ANCB Pianist, gent., wishes to join - 1 -' Orchestra or Violinist.—Address Baton, 111, Star Office. si B_BS9MAKING— Improver or Smart Apprentice.—Apply Mlsb O'Hagan, Costumier, 9, Wellesley-st, East (near Milne and Cboyce'S). 100 TpUBNITURE.—Wanted* to Buy, HouseA hold Furniture.—Before selling elsewhere get a price from F_ Olsen, 248, Karangahape-rd. Highest prices given. 70 GARDENING by the day or week wanted; terms moderate: _____ Address C.B_,. 512, '•Star" Office. m . j TRISH Setter Pup .wanted; must be well ■a- bred, and of good sporting strain, Reply J.D.P.. 63Q, star Office: 107 T AD3f: would like • to, Share Nice House, AJ where no children; near town.—Apply Star Office. > x - ' bo TITAN (middle-aged) wants Work, whole or ill: part time; good character; accept very lowest wages.—Address H,. 520, Star Offlce. 2 MUSICAL Instruments all kinds, feT paired; violins. specialty.—Wm, Zettwltz. Practical Musical Instrument Maker, Wakefleld-et.. Auckland.- - -■ M 403 TITIDDLE-AGBD , Widow, refined and __JA thoroughly; trustworthy, -seeks care Bachelors' or Widower's Home; comfortable home desired more" than high salary; references exchanged.—Address at Star Offlce. • 32 "DLAIN and Children's Sewing, by the A day; letters- promptly attended to.— "D," 780, Star Office. RESPECTABLE Widow seeks Position as Housekeeper to.working-man;, excellent references.—Address .43, Karangahape-rd. 1 EFINED Young Lady wishes Situation as Housekeeper 'to gentleman; thoroughly domesticated, and very musica ; excellent references.—Address .New Chum. 486. Star Offlce. 9 UPBRIOR Reliable Lady Help Wanted; 14/.—Address at Star Offlce. 83 rpO -GROCERS.—First-class ~, Provision ■*- Hand wants Situation, town or country; splendid refs.—Rfeply- to 8., -479, Star Offlce. ;-_■■--.; '. • , ; . "32 mo GROCERS.—Youth, ten years' Home experience as assistant, - desires Posii tlon;. pan solicit, drive; reliable references. —Apply COX, CLEYEDON P. 0.. sL OUNG Man requires Male Tutor ~loi piano.—State fees to'WY, 517, Star Offlce - ' ' • ' -—■-- ■■- 14 YOUNG Man (24). from S.S. Wales, wants Work, station, farm, or-"mill; flrstclass knowledge - stock • and farming; not afraid asy kind . work.—Address quickly "X," 515, Star Office. 212 BONUS given for House, 5-rooms; rent'under'£l week; -dcii-lly Vincent and Nelson- sts.; no children.—s2: Netaon-st. 78 ift/ BONUS for a House,, if J-W .suited.—Address G.F., 522,- Star Office. : ' ■ ■ 25 W A' N '■'■ ."--. T-• - B-- D, A JUNIOR ASSISTANT, for Clothing and Boot Departments, WSangarei. - Apply f<>— ; . MR. DEXTER. Sargood, Son, and Ewen. A N~~~ T . E ' SMART YOUNG LADY, As Junior Assistant for Hosiery and Gloyes Department. Also, — -'- ' INTELLIGENT YOUTH as APPRENTICE. McCULLAGH AND GOWESB. 33 ANTED to Rent, 4-roomed CottageApply 30, Weat-st., Newton. . 7S WANTED, a Male Attendant for Auckland Mental Hospital. Applicants must be strong and healthy, not less than sft 91 n in height, have passed the sth Standard or equivalent, in education, and produce satisfactory personal references. Those accustomed to farm, work preferred. Salary to begin: £77" ib/ per annum, with Board, Residence, and Uniform. Apply at once, at the Menta! Hospital, to the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. . W ■'' A N T c d; A NURSE FOR AUCKLAND MENTAL HOSPITAL. Applicants must be healthy, about oft 51n or more in height, with sth standard or equivalent education, and satisfactory character references. ■ - -- • Salary to begin, £45 per annum, with board residence,, and, uniform. ' Apply, any morning during the week, to the MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT. 'W A. N ,T ' ' E-. D, . £JOAT TTANDS. COSTUME TTANDS, , ViyAGES. TjAIiTON AND TT UTT ON, ..•-13... • 1 MALCOLM'S BLDGS., WELLBSLBY-ST. yXTANTEDrsoo Grocers' Assistants to at- " tend the Mass Meeting on Wednesday evening, at 28. Swanaori-st. pROCESS ENGRAVER WANTED. WANTED, COMPETENT PROCESS ENGRAVER. Capable of taking charge of a Newspaper Plant. Apply— MANAGING EDITOR, "NEW ZEALAND TIMBS," WELLINGTON WA „N T B D. Feeders to order their CHAFF. OATS, ' BRAN. HAY, and STRAW, from JOHN W. ANDREW Gate Gladding and Hunter). 1 EDEN TERRACE. Quality prime; delivery prompt. Price right. 'Phone 1553. M 458

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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