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SHIPPING. TTUDDART — pAjIKER X INE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under:— FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. WIMMERA .. Monday j Mar. 22 I 5.80 p.m. VICTORIA . ■ Monday | Apr. 5 | 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBORNE. NAPIER, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. VICTORIA Tuesday j Mar. 23 | 3 p.m. WIMMERA Tuesdny | Apr. 6| 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. FROM WELLINGTON^ FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA Friday | April 16 FOR MELBOURNE. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. RIVERINA Thursday | March 25 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets for Stop-over or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. F, - H ~ B. Xir.Ur.ii.-iLL — HOULDER — SHIRE LINE. Under Contract with the New Zealand Government. DIRECT SERVICE TO WEST COAST UNITED KINGDOM PORTS. S.S. FIFES HIRE, to sail f rom Lytteitou 20th March T.S.S. DRAYTON GRANGE, to sail finally from Lyttelton 17th April S.S V LANGTON GRANGE, to load in Auckland about middle April FOR AVONMOUTH. LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, AND GLASGOW. Taking Wool, Skins, General and Refrigerated Cargo, at Lowest Current Rates of Freight, to be followed by other First-class Steamers at Regular Intervals. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR FIRST AND THIRD-CLASS PASSENGERS. SALOON FARE, £42 STEERAGE: From £14 10/. Passengers forwarded to Port of Departure FREE. Fitted throughout with Electric Light. Surgeon and Stewardess carried. Warrants for Passages for the United Kingdom can be obtained at this end by prepayment of passage money. For freight and passage, apply to ARTHUR H. NATHAN, LTD., „ _ Agents. Customs-st. East. Auckland. AND A. MAIL LINH~TO~MANILA, • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA. Leave Sydney. ALDENHAM, 3808 tons .... April 10th, 1900 Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through bookings to Canada, the United Statea, and Europe. Fqr freight or passage, apply direct to RLSSELL 3c SOMBES. Customs-st. West. PERSONAL. TT'lVr —ANXIETY very great.—Com- •-• , - T - i • L - J municate Jack. 50 i\ li —In Town ISth Inst. 14 WILL not be held responsible for any Debts contracted in my name without my written authority.—A F. Chamberlin. 35 "VTOTICE.—My left her home -Lv without any .-iid reason or excuse. ls receiving from mc a liberal weekly allowance. All persons are warned against giving her credit in my name, as I will not be responsible for any debts she may incur.— RUDOLPH HALLY. Avondale, 16th March, 1000. A DVERTISEiR (Roman Catholic), In good ■£A- position, Wellington, desires acquaintance with lady, also R.C., ago 20 to 27, with vdew to marriage at an early date. An this is genuine, it -is requested that none but genuine replies be sent.—Address Catholic, Star Offlce. 03 QHALLENGE. I, WILLIAM PIERPONT BLACK, Editor of the "Leader," challenge Mr J. H. Hannan, J.P„ and property owner, to prove to mc that the Cottages let by him at 8/0 per week are as represented by his letter. 40 DR. LONG, of .London.—Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swanson-st, TYk. HELEN BURNABY, Gynaecologist, AJ Specialist Ladles' Complaints. Consultation Free. — Stromuess," 72, Vln-ceut-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; evenings. A/I RS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Cruy- -"-»- croft-at., Devonport, has Vacancies lor lauies during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. MR. C. E. TURNER, ~ M.I.M M., M.Am.I.M.E., M.1.M.E., just retui ued from Europe, after 17 years' mining experience there, and in America, Is prepared to undertake Any Class of Mining Work.— Address Atawhla, Nelson. 52 SIBYL, Clairvoyant and psychometrist, No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Piass-rd. Houra 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. 65 Ci iVE.N AWAY. -Handsome Velvet Boot * Shiner, value Bd, to every purchaser of three 4d tins of Black Ivory Boot Polish tor y. 10 KEEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6. —Clarke, Chemist. 116. Victorla-st, RING If TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fail. Of Chemists and Stores. HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH, i OR INDIGESTION and Kindred Com- I plaints, try Partington's Whole Wheal- ' meal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria Flour Mills and Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-sL, opp. Cemetery Brldgerd. Telephone 2552. TjtUCAMA: SURE ASTHMA RELIEF. Pasteur Vaccine Co., Paris, Inventors. All Chemists 4/ per tin. Try it.—Wholesale Agents, Surgical Supply Co., Ltd. M4S4 AT BTArHI'S I"CA~L HEALING" DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, I Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. I Consult MR HENRY, P.T.A., PsychoPhysician, CORNER OF SYMONDS AND WELLESLEY STS. ' No Drugs* M 238 ATRONISED BY EVERY VICE-REGAL I FAMILY IN AUSTRALASIA. I MISS McELWAIN (established 15 years). Specialist in Face and Scalp Massage, Hairdressing, Manicure, Pedicure, etc. PERMA-1 NEXT REMOVAL of Superfluous Hair ' Fancy Costumes and Wigs tor Sale or Hire. Ornamental Hair lnrstock or made to order. Combings worked to any design. Consuita-1 tions Free. Correspondence Invited —Address ] 254, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 rtONSULT "piLLIOTT ON j QKIN A FFECTIONS, OHEST AND QTOMACH rpROUBLES. I Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.H0 to I 0. J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria sts., Auckland FOR a Real Treat try our Lovely 1/6 Golden Tipped Ceylon Tea.—John Earle and Co., Direct Tea Importers, Qneen-st. 77

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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