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STOP PRESS NEWS. This space is reserved for aewi which, may arrive after the paper lias gone to press. ::;'. dr. goode insane."":_„_ |p--' r - : ■ ->.-,■ ,i.„ - ■aragfg. : i &N ORDER OF DETENTION; *fj '3 _sE\v; this day. 1 > : The jury i ouid thaf Dr. Goode was a lunatic at the time of Committing tha Crime, and an order was made for his .detention. .'....' ... .._.._._■ f — " " "{___ "1 ATHLETIC CHAMPIONS-SIPS. J \ U : DUNEDIN, this day. " ' Half-mile Championship, Haskins (Canterblry), 1; Harding .2_. 1 1 aroore .(Otago), &■._,._:_.._ __ _,_ _ j___j_ (A Card.) J")R. f-fUGH QWEN (HARVARD), D R ' R T OWEN0 WEN ( HAEVAKD >' DENTISTS. PREMIER BUILDINGS, QUEEN AND DURHAM STREETS (Over Stewart Dawson's). tA CARD. J M R- W XVEE - N w ll -- 3011 BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, HOBSON BUILDINGS (Second Floor), SHORTLAND-ST.. AUCKLAND. Telephone 2555. •Eg Ig-1 S| "DIANOS. *-JRGANS. Kg ___ LOWEST PRICES FOR ■ | II jJW CASH. - *! _% EASIEST TERMS ON HIRE SYSTEM. 200 JNSTRUMENTS TO SELECT FROM. Imported Direct from the Factories of the WORLD'S LEADING MAKERS. Prices Marked In Plain Figures. Send for Catalogues. THE ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PIANO AGENCY, LTD. S. COLDICUTT, Manager. 191, QUEEN-ST., near H.M. Theatre. Telephone 1359 M LADIES' TAILORING DYER AND CO., gTBAND ARCADE. AWARDED GOLD MEDAL AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. LADIES' TdAILORING We are now prepared to take Orders for the Coming Season, and we wish It distinctly understood our Gowns are not made up on Factory Lines and sold for Genuine Tailor-made Costumes. Ours are out by an Expert and made by men who have h:ul experience in different Arms famed for Tailor-mades, and our Cloth, etc.. is ot tbe Best Manufacture, not Dressmakers' materials, with which ft is impossible to get high-class results. A visit to our windows will convince ladies Our Models have No Superiors for Genuine Tailor-made Costumes. NOTE ADDRESS: N°' 9 g TRAND A BCADE._ T HAVE PLEASURE IN NOTIFYING a- that from the Ist of March my son, MR G. H. MOODY, will take over the business at present, carried on by myself. 1 beg to tender my sincere thanks for the valued support so long accorded to mc, and would ask for continued support to my son. G. MOODY. GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, ONEHUNGA . „ , j._ !. M 398 Q QIRICKETT, ARCHITECT AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Valuatione. 74. CITY CHAMBERS. QUEEN-ST. HILDRETH AND SON, • WASTE PRODUCT AND BOTTLE MERCHANTS. New and Secondhand Furniture Dealers, CUSTOMS AND VICTORIA STS., AUCKLAND; Lorne-st-, Wellington. All kinds ot New and Secondhand Furniture In Stock. TO BE HIRED OUT BY WEEK OR MONTH. OR SOLD ON DEFERRED PAYMENT. Discount Allowed for Cash Purchases. 'Phone "to*s. QUNRISE TMPRQVED A CETYLENE , /-"AS pENEBATORS. PATENT NO. 23.527. As it has been reported to ns that some persons have been Canvassing' for Orders, and a certain firm has been manufacturing these Generators, we wish it to" be known that they are not authorised by us to do so, and we are in ho way identified with them. Any infringement of our Patent Rights, the area for which extends from Lake Taupo to the North Cape, will how be rigorously dealt with. Our Agents in Auckland are the Southern Cross Iron Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Wol-lesley-st. Any business can be transacted with them, or direct with ns. Sub-agents will be'appointed in the various districts. S. AND M. HALE, Plumbers. Rotorua. PERSONAL. —Dear Marie, where have you been? Only up at Tutt's buying dada some new Ties, Collars, etc. * ---' :;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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