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WANTED. WANTED, Two Steerage Tickets Sydney. —Address Right, 274. Star Office. 39 WANTED immediately, Cleantr for Ponsonby Manual Training School, Rlch-mond-rd.: 12/ per week.—Apply Cookery Instructor at School. 65 ANTED, Buyers, GI«M Jam J*re, 21b, 1/6 doz.—Hildreth and Son, Victorta-et. W. _J^ aii WANTED TO LBND, ON MCWtTGAOiE, £100. £1360, £SQO.—H. D. Abbott. 80, Shortland-st. W~ fAiNTED to Sell, quantity of Hon»ehold Furniture and. Fittings.—Reply Exodus, 209, Star Office. VI/AXTED —Jones' Cabinetmakers' Stock *' by Auction at Domlnion-rd., SATUttDAY. 2 o'clock. WANTED to Rent, with option of pur. chasing. 4 or 5-roomed House, after Easter.—Billy. 262, Star Office. 57 ANTED, eTroomed House, at Epsom, about £600 cash.—Mt. Albert and Avondale Agency, 81, Queen-st. 'WANTED, Washing and Cleaning by the ' » (lay; disengaged nrst four days of week.—Address D.W., 205, Star Office. 79 ANTED to Purchase, Show Cases, suit«ble for plated ware.—Apply to Leonard and Harrison._Ltd.. Strand Arcade. 81 ANTED to Purchase! secondhand bauach Hull; also, Sailing Boat, About 35 x 10 x 4ft draught ,A. Tame, 79, Queenet. 24 VI7ANTED, Office, in or near Queen-gt.; 'V most be central and quickly accessible; good light.—Particulars, reply Suitable. 264, Star 43 ANTED to Rent, Dy good'tenant. nice 7 or 8-roomed House, furnished or unfurnished, Epsom or Mt. Eden.—Apply P.O. Box 219. S6 ANTED to Sell, Residence of 7 rooms, every convenience; situated best part Rusiell-st., Stanley Bay; large allotment.— Apply Star Office. M 478 WANTED— Why Pay More? You can get it 50 per cent Cheaper at Cochrane's, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers and Auctioneers, 199, Queen-st. "OOMING Revolution." How Ware, Revolutions are Caused. "Unseen Agents Described." H. M. Boucher. Central Hall, C'ook-st. W., Sunday, 7 p.m. 4 W A N VXD KM OWM. QLR A NNUAL CTOCKTAXIMO gALE I I s N ow O- NAND IN MANY CLEARING UKBB--■pEDLCIIOKS V . ~■!._ OE FROM OK TO KA PER CENT AND OVER, ARE BEING MADE. Men's 12/6 Tan Boots, 7/11 pair ' Men's 15/6 Ulace Kid Bale., 10/ pair Men's English Lace Boots, 6/11 pair Ladies' English Shoes, 3/6 pair Ladies' 17/6 Tan Boots, clearing at 10/6 pailLadles' Bernitiful Glace Kid Strap Shoes, reduced from 13/9 to 7/11 pair Children's Sand Shoes, 1/ pair Children's Patent Ankle Strap Shoet, 1/3 pair PASCY Q.OODS. Waterbury Watches, best timekeeper! in the world, reduced from usual piice, 13/6, to 7/6 each . GOOD WATCHES, 3/6 1000 Alarm Clocks, must be sold, 2/11 each 5000 Copies New Sheet Music, fall size, 6d per dozen copies 1/ Writing Pade, 41d each, or 3 for 1/ I'd packets of Envelopes, Id per, packet. Glycerine Soap (marked 6d .tablet), 13 tor V. . ■ -•• F OE 21 D ATa A x ]\X ILLEB ' S ■pANCY -DEPOSITORY AND gOOT pALACE, 100,102, AND IO4, -yiCTORIA-BT., A UCKLAKD. " fc M 213 CTBALTH HINTS FOR RHE'TJMATICS. Diet plays an important part in Rhenuiatism. Gout. Sciatica; Lumbago, and - kindred complaints. Those troubled with these disease* should be cnrefuU for some foods entourage the formation of uric acid. Avoid red jnpa'ts, beer, vinegar, spices; use tpa and coffee sparingly, and— most important of all—take BHEUMO. It is the ouc medicine that will quickly and effectually cure Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, LMnibago. and their attendant evils. The first dose of R.HEUMO gives relief, and its use will be found to effect a complete "ire. Your chemist or storekeeper sells it. 2/6 and 4/6 a bottle. Give it a trial. ■OAINTS OF HIGH GBADBL Jl Specially Prepared' for Home Painting. S. J. B BM ANI> O

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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