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SHIPPING. J jTTUDDART — "DARKER TINE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as nnder: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. WIMMEBA .. Monday | Mar. 22 | 5.30 p.m. j VICTORIA .. Monday | Apr. 5 | 5.30 p.m. j FOR GISBOKNE. NAPIER, WELLINGj TON. LYTTELTON. AND DUN-EDIN. : VICTORIA . .7. Tuesday j Mar. 23 I 3 p.m. jWIMMERA Tuesday | Apr. 6| 3 p.m. I No cargo received alter Noon. from Wellington! FOR tUCDNET. RIVERINA Friday 1 April 16 FOR MELBOtmi?i& VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. RIVERINA flrarßday~rMarcn~2s Cargo must be booked and alougslde UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing tually exchangeable with the Union Company. L- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agent*. ■tfttfa. gELLARS-ALLEN LINE. The s.s. TCIRANGI will leave HelensvlUe SATURDAY, Marci 20th, 7.30 p.m. (4.40 p.m. train), returning from Dargavllle SUNDAY, 21st, 3 p.m. G. SELLARS, Master. Helensville. T HE p AND Q C O. STEAMERS FOR LONDON, calling at FREMA.VTLE, COLOMBO, ADEN, MARSEILLES, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, with liberty to call at Brlndiai, as under:— ~~~~ Leare Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. MALWA ll.OuO Mar. 24 Mar. 30 MONGOLIA 10,000 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 MARMABOA 10,500 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 INDIA 8,000 May 8 May 11 KATES OF PASSAGE MONEY: — Single to London, £47 6/ to £68; Returns, £73 18/ and £132, available for two yean. Tourists' Tickets (India, China, and Japan). Special Holiday Tickets to Colombo, available for two months. Return Fares from Sydney, £41 first; £2U second, plus 10 per ceut. Passage money can be paid here for Passages from England. Passengers arriving in Sydney by nearest connecting steamer may pruceed on board at once. for freight aud passage, apply direct to RUSSELL <fc SOMERS. CU6toms-st West. EAND A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA, • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA. Leave Sydney. ALDENHAM, 3808 tons April 10th, 1909 Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper deck, aud fitted with electric fane. Through bookings to Canada, the United States, and Europe. For freight or passage, apply direct to RUSSELL & SOMERS, customs-et. West. PERSONAL. LIT ~\T —ANXIETY very great.—Com.Xl.M.. municate J ark. 50 I "WILL not be held responsible for any Debts contracted in my name without my written authority.—A. F. Chamberlin. 35 ATRIMONIAL—Young Man wishes to meet Dark Young Lady; refined; correspond.— E.J. H.. Star Office. 41 ATRIMOMALT^-Gentleman, 30, wishes confidential correspondence n-ltn Young Lady. 22 to 2S. view to matrimony. —Reply J.. 271. Star Office. 12 ■\JOTH:E.— My wilt having left" her home J-' without any valid reasou or excuse, is 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 2 DR. LONG, of 1/onaon. —Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swanson-et. RS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Craj-croft-st.. Devonport, has Vacancies for ladles during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. 17 c. c. turner, m.i.m m., M.Am.I.M.E., M.1.M.E., just retui oed from Europe, after 17 years' mining experience there, and in America, is prepared to undertake Any Class of Mining Work.— Address Atnwhla, Nelson. 52 IBYL, Clairvoyant ami Psychometrist, No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. 65 A»EMOISELLE ULYSSES, Ciairvoyant, Crystal Seer, and Trance Medium, 161, Nelson-st., St. James' Squaie, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 pm. to 9.30 p.m. iv'k.n AWAI.-Handsome Velvet Boot Shiner, value tid, to every purchaser of three 4d tins of Black Ivory Boot Polish for 1/. W CJWlXlMlNG—Exhibition at Auckland So Graving Dock, Saturday Afternoon. Leading Swimmers competing. Commencing at 2.30 p.m. Admission 1/. EEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6.—Clarke, Chemist. 116. Vlctoria-st RING IT TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemlßts and Stores. HOWEY WAIiKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. T7VASHIONABLE UAiRDRESSING. —Just J- to hand, a Large Assortment of "Rαpide r. Wavers, for producing the fashionable Mureel wave. There is no greater aid to beauty than a well dressed head of hair, therefore every lady who values her personal appearance should consider this offer. For one week, from Monday. March 22ud, I will give a Free Lesson iv waving to every purchaser of a pair of ■•Rapide" wavers. Buy a pair and be your own hairdresser.— MISS McELWAIN, Toilet Specialist, 254, Queen-st.. next McCullagh and Gosver. "T\" 1A O KA " INDIGESTION pURE. READ THIS TESTIMONIAL. "Dear Sir,—l have much pleasure In testifying to the extraordinary value of your preparation, Kia Ora, as a cure for Indigestion. For many years 1 have been a sufferer, and regarded pain and Inconvenience as my normal condition. 8!x months ago my husband bought a bottle of youi medicine. I was in great agony when I took the first dose. Within 15 minutes the pain had left mc. I have taken the medicines at intervals since then, and now consider myself perfectly cured. 1 have uot enJoyed such perfect health fof years. I eat anything, thoroughly relishing my food, whilst the old painful after-effects are conspicuous by their absence.—Yours faithfully (MRS). M. JORDAN. Mt. Edcniu." INDIGESTION Cnred by KIA OUA. Sold by Chemists and Stores. pOXSULX JJJLLIGTT OX~~ SKIN A FFECTIONB, AND OTOMACH mROTTBI.ES. Hundreds of Auckland Reference* , Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.80 to 9. J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Qeeeu and Victoria ate., Auckland. LOVERS of Good Pictures should attend sacrifice at Chandler and Co.'a, High•t BicLotaneiftiPutcueiiUo. urn

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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