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\\rAXTED a Cook. Apply at once. War- _»_ wick House, Bynionris-st. 70 luimeiilurely. Cleaner for I'ou- *» sonby Manual Tialiilng School. Rich-mond-rd.; VI, per week. —Apply Cookery Instructor at School. 63 \_S7AXTED, Buyers, Glass Jam Jars, 2"l¥; v v 1/6 doz.—Hildreth and Son, Vlctoria-st. W. M 394 WANTED to Hire. - fm-Ti mouth. Bath Clmlr for invalid.—Address Chair, IS3. Slur Office. 42 V\7ANTiED TO V.'JZJI). OX ■MOrt.T&A.U.E, ** £lU!>, £B».i, £JOO.-H. D. Aubotl. 30, Shortland-st. yCTA-NTED to Sell, quantity of Household ' » Furniture and Fittiuas. —Reply Exodus, 2iW. Star Office. V\ WANTED—Jones' Cabineliimkeis' Stock >> by Auction at Duminiou-rd., SATU.KI'AV, 2 o'clock. tX/ANTEIi, v Leather Cabin Trunk.—Ap- » ' ply P.O. Box 2.-.0, slatiuj; price an<\ where to be wen. r>7 \_X7ANXEiD, G-VoonTed House, at EpsonZ »" about £600 cash.—Mt. Albert aud A.voiwlale Agency. SI, yueen-st. V\ T AXTED. Houses to Lei, to grwl tei"*V ants; I'outfou.by or (irey Lvim.—64. Dominion Agency, Ptjusonby-rd. r>9 U T ANTKIJ Wushlui.' and Cleaning by the .lay: tirst four days of week. - Address I). \\ . 2i>.".. Ktnr Office. 7!J xTYa XTED ti>l' 11 rch ase. .seoond-haairl VV Lauu.-h Hull; also. 'Stiillng Boat, abnut tfo x 10 x 4ft draught. -A. Tame, 79, (Jueeust. M VyAXTE.D to lie7n"r~for month oT ?ii H weeks, furnished Cott.apre or Rooms, near .Cheltenham Beach.—JJuS 3, Hamilton r.o. VX/AXTEI), Office, in or near Queen-st.; * » must be ceutral and rjulfkly accessible; good light.—Particulars, reply Suitable 264. Stnr Office. 43 \_\TA x,:rKn t0 Rti'L - v i" HO'Xi tenant, nice » ' 7 or S-i'comed iiouse. furnished or unfuruished. Epsom or Ml. Eden.— Apply P.O. Box 219. "6 W~ ANTED to Buy, Old Gold, Sliver, Mlsllt aud Led off Clothing. Boots, Tools, etc. Best caeu prices.—D. Mc.Phe.rson. 132, Vlctoria-st. W. ANTE'd - to- Sel7, _ liet,'idence o? 7 rooms, every convenience: situated best part Russell-st., Stculey Buy; large allotment.— Appiy SUt Office. M 478 \\T ANT E \V h y Fay Mure? You can get * V it DO per cent Cheaper at Cochrane':;, Ltd.. Complete House Furnishers aud Auctioneers, IU9. gncen-s-t. "WANTIILj ii. lluy for cash. House, about * » 8 rooms, with from 1 to 3 acres land, Epsom. Ouehuuga. or Klrkenhead.— Full particulars. Buyer. IM>. Star Ollice. Ui \\VANTKD, Those Furnishing to attend 'V Auction Sale of Cabinetmaker's Stock lit Bassett and Co.'s Mart. 24. Customs-st. East. To-morrow (Friday), 1 p.m. Bargains liolut'. ' __ \TTAXTED to SeU. Dancing Hall and Tea »V Rooms, well established, good position and couneaUim: rent 30,; for qpiek sale £;{3. -Spain and telephone 204G, and W. Symouds-st. "_nOMIN'G Hevolutlou." How Wars. Revolutions are Caused. "Unseen Agents Described." li. M. Uoucuer. Central Hall, Cook-st. W.. Sunday. 7 p.m. 4 \\TANTEI> Known. See our windows for '* Bargains in Flower Vases, Glassware. .In;:.--, etc. - Henderso.i and Co.. Melrose Store. Devoupoi't. 07 \\ T ANTEI> Known. -Henderson and Co.. .VV Devonport. are otterlnj.' Special Discomit off their Famous "Foley" China, in Tea Sets. Ornament-,, etc. 67 \A7ANTKI) Known.- Special Bargains iv »' Toilet Ware. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and Fancy Crockery prior to stocktaking, al Henderson and Co. s. Devonport. 07 VITANTED Known. - Stocking Bargains iv . >> Crockery, Glassware, Enamelled Ware. oic. Big Reductions for Cash.—Henderson nad Co.. Devonpoi-t. t>7 Known —-That anyone conVV templEting Building. Repairing, or Extending their present premises, will get the best workmanship al fair rates, by placing their order with W. GERR> RD, General Builder, Shcrbornerd., Ml. £den M4S2 WANTED X N O W N. THE IKED BROWN VENETIAN BUND Was Awarded THE FIRST CERTIFICATE AND ONLY GOLD MEDAL, AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. They are Superb. Cheapest and Best E\KKI BLIND GUARANTEED. FACTORY. i'ONSOXBY-RD. Telephone 914. Vγ ANTED KNOWN. E E O L T> I S I X F E C T A X 'J? (NON-POISONOUS). 16 T0 35 TIMES smC-XGER THAN CARBOLIC ACID. ALL STORES AND GROCERS, QUIBELL X>ROS., T TD., TTAXGLAXD. JMllluMi' RHELMATISiI EFFECTUALLY CCJJED. No matter how 1,.,,g you have suffered from Rheumatism; no matter what other remedies have faiicil. RIIEI'Mt). if given a fair trial, will effect a cure. Thousands of other sufferers have been permanently cured by RUECMU, when all rise had been tried in vain. Many have spent large sums of money al Rotonia and other tlieniiHl spfiugji, hut. It was RHEU.MO that eventually etiected a cure. If you are sullering from Rheumatism, or from Gout. '. Lumbago. Sciatica, or kindred complaints. give I.'ilEl'MO a fair trial. It has cured ott-er* and will cure you—and that at little cost. All chemists and stores, 2/6 ■ and 4.U ■OAINTS OF HIGH GRADE, if Specially Prepared lor House Painting. S. J. B K6T AXD C°--43, CtISTOMS-ST. BAST. TjouND mo "_R, ISE - TTUDSON'S ■jDALLOOX "gRAND "DAKING TJOWDER. UOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. I~3IANOS AND ORGANS Exchanged for Better Ones. — English and Foreign riuuo Agency Ltd. S. Coldlcutt. Manager. I LOST AND TOJJJiV. O(W REWARD.—Lost, between Piimep—VJ/ st. and reservoir, Mounted George Sovereign. -Apply Xcivdick's Store, Great Norili-rd. «!> LOST. Cow. in full milk, second calf- re" wanl. -W. T. W,,,,,1-. Loan Office. Sit LCI ST. ,>n W«>d. night. b,-1 wee v SFT Benediefs Hall and Western Tark, Gold Bangle.—Reward, apply Star Office. IS) LOST, on or about 11th. Tan and White Spaniel Pup; reward.—C. Wren, Pau-mure-rd., Otahuiu. Detainers will be prosecuted, is "C'O'UX'D, In cemetery, Symonds-st. One -•- Sheep; owner can have same by paying expenses.—Apply Caretaker, 72

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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