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UKAfEBY. CEOTHTWO, etc. gTANDJNG QNLY! rpnßE'B MORE DAYS SIS 4 1 ' J^ n " onß v Anoleut and Modern, THE AMERICAN INDIAN Looked up to OTKU! MESSOC! ATAHTJATA! THE BRAHMINS BRAHMA? Vjlh^uV 0 SIVA! THE BUDDHISTS Believe Iα BUDDHA, ANNAN, SOUSJA, HOSIA SOCSJA! THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS Appealed to OSIRIS. ISIS. UORUS THE PERUVIANS PACHAMA! VIYAKOTCUA: MAMAKOTCHA! THE ROMANS Weut for JUPITER! NEPTUNE! PLUTO , LAST, BUT NOT LEAST ONLY TUKBE DAYS MOHE OF THE MARVELLOUS CROWD-DRAWING SALE W'UICH HAS STAGGERED THE NATIVES AT THE A- LF ' __ OOKi: gUJE TTARANGAUAPE-KD. BARGAINS TO THE RIGHT OF US BARGAINS TO THE LEFT OF US, BARGAINS ALL AROUND CS. PREMISES CHOCK-A-BLOCK BARGAINS INSIDE. OUTSIDE UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS. ONLY 3 DAYS MORE. EXQUISITE MEN'S SUITS. PRICES CUT IN HALF. ONLY 3 DAYS 'MORE. BEST QUALITY TROUSERS AND OVERCOATS. PRICES CUT IN HALF ONLY 3 DAYS MORE. GUIS" NORFOLK SUITS, SERGE AND TWEED. vES'B PHAuN THEY CAN BE MADE FOR. ONLY DATS MORE. JEN'S W-OKKI3G SHIRTS, FILAXNELS, AND UNDERWEAR. AT RAZO-R-CUTTING MMCBB. NO GREATER PROOF POSSIBLE OF THE STRICTLY GENUINE ■REDUCTION'S fhan the Crowded State of Our Premises. £8000 WOKTH ' IENS AND BOYS' OUTFITTING MUST ■B.E STjTAj (OR SHALL WE SAY GIVEN AWAY) 'FOR WHAT IT WILL EhtUXG, THERE ATtE SALES ANTj SALES, BUT THE G-IGANTIC SWKKP-ALJj SALE AT THE A,£F. TVTOORE /CLOTHING pO., T?" A'RA.'NG AH AP E - R D., EASILY TAKES THE CAKE. CO MATTER WHAT YOU REQUIRE IN M'ETC'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTING, YOU'LL GET IT CHEAPER AT pHE ALF. ArOORE /CLOTHING pO.'S QALE, NOTORIOUSLY TnE CHEATE'ST HOUSE IN TIIK SOUT'HEItN WIiMISPHEIUi. 'ompare Our Prices and Qualities, and you won't dream of going elsewhere, 'housands have proved • tills, and Thousands more are proving ft every week. ■REMEMBER—THREE DAYS MORE. DEVOLUTION IN THE CJjOT'HING TIRADE AT TOE A •Lγ. TV/fOOBE /CLOTHING pO., BEAT ALL RECORD'S SALE. rXTRONG ©IDE TTARANGAUAPE-RD. STANDING ROOM ONLY. A BSOLUTELY Cheapest Creamery Butter lor the table all the year round. — Sew Zealand Dairy Association, Ltd. SEEING IS BELlEVlNG.—Our~Shrewdest Business Men pay Strict Attention to their Attire, and order from Mcßrlde, Tailor and Outfitter, Vlctoiia-st. 50 ON'T he behind the Times Get bIP hind a Camera, and be a successful kmateur Photographer. We give free lessons daily. — N.Z. Photo Goods Co., next iailway Station, Queen-st., Anckland. SEWING MACHINES called for"7~Cleaned and Adjusted and Delivered. Moderate :harges.— J. Wilson (late Elnger Co.;, 5, varket Entrance. STAR BRAND MULLET—Good for the Settler. SOW NOW—Sates' Reliable Seeds for Farm and Garden.—Arthur Yate.s and :0.. Seed Merchants. Queen-st- M 384 IMIV. Brand, New Zealand Dairy Assoclation, Limited, Is guaranteed of the ■'iueist Quality of Tab.c Butter. p tyr -I (\ / — NEW PIANOS, Iron frame, U±j i lW check actiou. — E. and V. 'iano Agency, Ltd., 191, Queen-st. S. Coldiutt, Manager. ISIIING Rods at 20/ per cent under cost at Howie's Great Saic—lluwle and Co., f ADIES AND GENTS.—Goods of Every " Description sold ou Easy Terms at 2Ci7, Ivarangahupe-rd., Newton. Drapery, Clothng. Suits to Measure, Boots, Furniture, Beddiug, Musical Instruments, Jewellery, Clocks, Electro-plated Ware, etc. Also Pianos. No Deposit. JiliOO AND F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD., are showing the Finest Stock of Pianos mil Oigaus in N.Z. Compare Our Price Lists. LL Cars Stop at Tutfs. Why? Because it Is the Cheapest Place in the City for Boys', Youths', and Men's Goods.— Xutt's. Upper Symouds-st. fVYCLUS irom £1 lit/ at Howie's great Stocktaking Sale..—Howie and Co., Newton. ATES 5 RELIABLE GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS, for present sowing. —Arthur Yates and Co., 190 and 19:>, .jueen-st. Mab4 PISH — FISH — FISH — Finest Quality.' Lowest Prices at Snr.dfoid's Fish Mnr;et, opposite Custom House, Retail. Phone J53. P LEVEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Upriglit. — Sole Agents, English an;l '■■oreigu Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. ColeJicutt, Vf an.-iger. /"CELLULOID FroutK, Collars. Culls, ami v- . Protectors linen finish, linen prices, md do washing bills.— Mcßride, Tailor and Outfitter. Victorja-.«t. 0) W. F. C OLLEGE, .ale Instructor Auckland Technical College, bus opened pRIVATE /"-(LASSES r or Ladios ancl fipntlemen, to teach the ART OF QUTTING AND TAILORING. X Limited Number of Students fan still >c enrolled. — Foi- particulars, apply P.O. Uox T7O. PIANOS, Hoiizontal auJ Upright, Broadwood, Bluthuer. Erartl, Pleyel, Lipp, Envetitaff, Allison. — E. and F. Piano Agency. Ltd. r AND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. LJ Notice is hereby given that the several Parcels of Laud hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of "The Land Transfer Act, ISSS." aud its Amendments, unless caveat be lodged foi bidding the same within one mouth from the date of the Gazette containing this notice:— 4737 — SUSAN WESLEY SMITH — Part of the eastern portion of Allot. 3, Palish of Matakohe. containing C4ac. Or Hi net. Occupied liy applicant. " 477S—ROBERT CHARLES WALLACEPart of Allot. 4, Parish of Mnnurewa. containing D6ac. 2r. U'4per. Occupied by appli,a 47g S _ HUGH KERR GILMOUR — Lot 2 of Allot. 9, Parish of Ptikekohe. containing 200ac. Iγ. Sper. Occupied by William Fredeikk Parker. 4789 _ WALTER JULIUS DOWDEX — Lot 2 of Allot, 10, Sec. 7, Subs of Auckland, containing 15.4 per. Occupied by aplicant. Diagrams may be inspected at this Ofeec. Dated this 13th day of March, 1900, at the Lands Registry Office, Auckland. EDWIN BAMFORD, District Land Registrar.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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