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rjpd LET; Blacksmith's Business in the jS- country.—Apply 37, Ardmore-rd., Pon;sbrjby. '' ■ 62 V|jo LIiTT, Flat .(3), Mt, Edeni near cars; " nb children; rent at Star Offlce.,- ~,.. . . .._ . ... . fij, fTIO LET, small Furnished Cottage, or •A_ Part; close to Karangahape-rd.—Apply tfl,lß.,N.oJth-Bt..- ... .13 fpO LET, Pariiell, House, 7 robins, ■A, r superb view; 25/. .Mount Roskill— House, 6 rooms; 18/.— T. Mandeno Jackson, Custojnß-st. E; ,- - -62 HPO LET, Brrk'diile, gpod House, 4 rooms, .A. • "washhouse, etc.; ohe.acre land In jfjrass; 9/ per week.—Toni iladfleld and ■Sons, Co.* Qufiii-st. rpO LETTVFurnUh.ed ,f.or 3 Modern. A-- House of 6 rooms and conveniences; low rent to approved tenant.—H. D. Abbott, SO, Shortland-st. TO LET, Remuera, ' 7-rd. House, -Almost ._. j new; 1 acre land,, nicely laid out; 13 I mlns. from tram. £6i£—Ruddock and. Walker, Stock Exchange. 43 TO LET, Mt. Eden, good 6-rooined House, etc;, 20/. . Epsom—7 "Rooms," etc., 27/0; Ohe-ti-ee. Hill—7 Bodms, etc;, 18/.—Cuinining and &bn, 45,. Qiiien-st. , , . 107 mo LET. an AUvtmeht, hatlnk ,44ft fronti X age to.Colleke HUI and iDßft.to Scot-land-st.. adjoiiiing the Gas Company's Premises; ail fenced, aba suitable for a I Coal and Firewood..Yard.—For particulars, apply to AJknager, Star Office. , OFFICES TO ; LET,—To be Lei, In Dur-ham-st. JSast, only a few feet from .Queen-st,—Some ATery Desirable Ground Fldor Office*, suitable for solicitors, land agdhfe, and others. Alsb; a Large, Dry. Ventilated Cellar. Moderate rent to good tenants. —Ewlngton and Bilker, Land Agents) corner of Queen-st and Durliaih-st. East. 22 WELL- FURNISHED House, with piano, . etc.. To Let for 8 mos.; 5 rooms and about 6he acre land; "can keep cow or pony"; bear railway statloii,' post office, and store; few miles from city; suitable for buMhiSss man wanting a change.—Particulars, at •J£AST. AND. tjTAST, Sbortland-street. OOMS, Furnlsned, single; double beds, iise kitchen, sitting, smoke; piano, n. and c: bath, p.w.c; 8 minutes from Queenst.. Terms moderate.—Apply 48, Nelson-st. Clty. rtt ■ 6 LB T. WELL LIGHTED. AND OEINTRAr, lOFSFICBS AND SAMPLE ROOMS, ' "" In Hall of Ctoihmerce, rjlifa-st. . Apply— W. AND G. .BDLIOTT, Bank of New Zealand Buildings,' Qneeh-st. Low Centals. i r ± J£W£LL£RS, MASTIN'B rJ.REAT O ALE OF TETiWBLLEIIY TS "W"OW J>ROCEEDING. ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS In RINGS, BROOCHES/PENDANTS, BANGLES, and SILVERWARE; WATCHES, CLOCKS, ELECTROPLATE, Etc. There's a Wonderful Bargain there for you Will you call for M T. H. M 1 "** r WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, 231, UPPER SYMOND.S-ST. M 464 HOTELS. " ! rpHE J*ISIST "DEER ON THE AUCKLAND MARKET. -gOB i i.. Desires to draw the attention of his numerous friends and customers to the Excellent Condition of McGAVIN AND CO.'a DUNEDIN Atiß; .whlca la now. ON DRAUGHT at the THISTLE TTOTEL, QUEEN-ST. **.'.' M 453 BOOTS AND SHOES. r*7E Are now showing our ACTUiIN AND WINTER RANGE Of "fJP - rpO • rjIHE TLj-QMENT "' ■pOOTWEAR. "THE LATEST IN EVERYTHING, AND CHARACTER IN EVERY PAIR OF THEM." • ' "- I —— t i : .y. . A T j i<EH^A ' NI)EZ .. •': .... TJPPEE gYMOND3-ST. Mll9 '- • L "' M EKS "R 001 C I hold a very fine stock of Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, stocking the Newest alia Latest Styles, and make a specialty of BOSTOCK'S Celebrated English Footwear. GOOD VALUE AND RELIABLE GOODS. J. E. S ELF MEN'S COMPLETE OUTFITTER, QUEEN-STREET. M32i> fib TO CI T)ONALDSON, KHYBER PASS, NEWMARKET, FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. MADE TO ORDER AND REPAIRED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. WISE MOTHERS Should bring their .children to TAYLOR'S for reliable School Boots. No other shop can offer such wonderful value. Direct from our factory,. Karangahape-rd. and Queen-st. LTJNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. TiENUINE AMERICAN IC!E CREAM \* Original and Only Manufacturers. STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM. FRUIT SALADS. /MESSENGER BROS., Tea and Fruit Luncheon Room, -.. 61. QUEEN-ST.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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