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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
WANTED. ■C/UANTED, Two Steerage Tftkets Sydney; T " —Address RigM, 274, Star Office. 39 TXjTANTED to Sell, Fox Terrier Pups.—Ap- * » ply J. Hobson, Sussex-st., Grey Lyuu. . 50 TXTANTED, Gent's Sterage Ticket Sydney. " * —Apply, at once, Port, 231, Star Office. 48 "TyANTED, Buyers, Glass Jam Jars, 21b, » * 1/6 doz. aud Son, Vlctorla-st. _. M 394 WANTED TO LOSD, ON MORTGAGE, £100, £350, £500.— H. D. Abbott, 30, Shortland-st. WANTED to Buy, Second-hand Billiard » » Table, about Bft. —Reply, stating price, D.E., 269, Stur Office. 35 ANTED to Let, 4-roomed Furnished Cottage; 2mins. from Id section; no children.—Apply 29, Lniou-st. 29 *^ANTED _ to~^ei~Wicker Cradle; also ' ' Wire Fireguard, in good order.—Apply No. 7, Selwyn-street, Ponsonby. 63 IA7*ANTED, House of seven or eight rooms, « » near tram terminus. Heme Bay, at once. Apply ilt., Ponsonby Post Office. 30 tX/ANTED, Piano, must be cheap, about t » £_o or less — Say ma _ er amt part i cu . lars, to Hemy, 263, Stat- Office. 9 "TyANTED.—Auction Sales at Private ReJ ' sidences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Resnlts guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO "TyANTED to Buy, Automatic Amusement » T Alachine; send full particulars^—George Goodwin, 81, Albany-st., Dunedin. VyANTED to Small Country »_ Bakery Business.—Reply, slating price and terms, R.M., 233, Star Office. 52 TyANTED, cheap. Flat-bottomed Boat, ' » oars, and anchor; about 12ft long.— Send price, *£___. 270, Star Office. 5 TyAXTED to Sell, 1 share in Auckland ' T Terminating Building Society, fully paid up.—Apply to W.A., 261, 'Star Office. 16 TyANTED to Sell. Japanese Silk-worked » ' Bedspread, £3; also, Silk Quilted Dresslng Gown, Star Office. IU TyANTED to Purchase, Show Cases, sult" ? T able for plated ware.—Apply to Leonard and Harrison, Ltd., Strand Arcade. 81 TT/ANTED.—Auction Sales at Private Re- » ' sidences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd Results guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO W ANT ED, Detached Room, furnished or »▼ unfurnished, near railway; also 6roomed House.—Charles Uesketh, High-st 14 Vjy ANTED to Purchase, second-hand ♦» Launch Hull; also, Sailing Boat, about 35 xlo x 4ft draught.—A. Tame, 79, Queenst. 04 ty ANTED, Cyclists. Good S/cT * • Tubes 5/, Brakes 6/, Elbow Connections 3d; all goods reduced. —E. Reynolds, Newton. TyANTED to Rent, for month or six ' v weeks, furnished Cottage or Rooms, near Cheltenham Beach.—Box 3, Hamilton P.O. Ty A NTED, Securities for £7,'!00, [~ Sums » v of £100 and upwards.—Full particulars to Arthur B. Wheeler, U5, -Queen-st. Auelt--I :'nd. ' " 33 TyANTED, the: Working-man to hear Syd- » ' ney's Veteran Missioner, Suuday, 3 p.m., East-st. Hall. —Aucklaud Brotherhood P.S.A. , 14 TyANTED, Office, In or near Queeu-sTI * ' must be central and quickly accessible; good light.—Particulars, reply Suitable 201. Star Office. " 43 WANTED.— Auction Sales at Private ~Kesldences, conducted by Cochrane, -Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'Phone 322. MlO "TyANTED. some kind person to Adopt ' * Healthy Itoy. 2 years old; £20 premium.—Write particulars, Confidential, 253, Star Office. ANTED to~BuyroT(r Gold, Silver, Mlsflt and Left-off Clothing, Boots, Tools, etc. Best cash prices.—D. MePherson, 132 Victorla-st W. TyANTED to Purchase, good s.h. Planing '» Machine, to take about 10 x 4; state maker, price, and where to be seen.—W Steele. Mam.aku. VyANTED to Sell, good Paying Jobbing »* Business.—Reply Carpenter, 230 Star Office. 85 ANTED Furniture, seven or el?lit rooms"; would rent house. —Apply 13, Vluccutstreet. 117 XXTA XTeT). 10 to 20 Acres, gootl LaudT »' Otahuhu.—Cooke and Buddie, 70, Victoria Arcade. iyj \yANTED to Kent. -1 or ."i-roonietl House, » » or Rooms; water side preferred. Reply to IL. 240, Star Ofllce. 104 TyANTED, Largo «ectii>i]7goodTiigh posT rT tion, Remuera, 'harbour view.—Cooke aud Buddie, 70, Victoria A'reade. 101 TyANTEDIoTIIreT Light Spring Cart and ' » Horse, by the week, for hawking flsh State terms.—Reply Careful, 237, Star Of- __: 90 \\7 ANTED Known.—spiritualism. Do not ' » miss the Lancashire Clairvoyant at Oddfellows' Hull, Pitt-st., Sunday, 7 p.m Come early. yy TyANTED to Sell, an Underwood Type- ' » writer; owner uo further use for Itcost £25. Price, £9 or offer.—Apply Underwood. Star Office. VyANTED. a 5-roomed Furnished House. '" with all conveniences, lor 0 or 12 months; good tenant; must be near tram.— J.lt.. 242. Star Office. 97 TyANTED.—Just arrived—Rainp'-.i"-' "('ivelT: '» coats, 20/, 37/ C. 40/; a splo-.i-' •'. sine; well worth Inspecting; best value n: :.)•.> 11.— J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. SU WANTED, Men's Twcod~CaTJi; T/; Kalapoi Woollen Sox, 1/, 1/3, 1/9; Cashmere 1/, 1/3, 1/6; Braces, from lOd pair.— —J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. SG TyANTED, Barbers" - to~Buy~Two Chairs »» (Archer's), £5 and £0 each, nearly new, One Mirror, and painted Saloon Door. —J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. SO TyANTED TO LEND ON MORTGAGE, *' £150 to £1000. J. A. JAMES. 63, Queen-street. 86 ANTED, Men's Tween Trousers, 4/11, 6/11, 7/11, 8/6; Men's Shet. Flannels, 2/11; Leather Shirts, 2/11; Harvard iShirts, 2/9; Denim Trousers, 2/11, 3/11. 4/6; Cotton Socks, 6d pair.—J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. SO WANTED to-Sell, Residence of 7 rooms, every convenience; situated best part Russeli-st., Stauley Bay; large allotment.— Apply Star Office. M 478 ANTED—Why Pay More? You can get it 50 per cent Cheaper at Cochrane's, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers and Auctioneers, 199, Queen-st. ANTED to Pay, Highest Prices for Gent's Left-off Clothes, Boots, Travelling Bags, Trunks, Gold and Silver.— Johnny AHsorts, 73, Victoria-st. ANTED to Sell, Bay Gelding,, 6yrs old, nearly 14.3, absolately sound, fast, reliable, and free from 'blemish or -vice; open 'bridle or winkers; price £15; cheap.—lnquire Official Assignee's Office. 17 "O OMI NG Revolution." How Wars, Revolutions are Caused. "Unseen Agents Described." H. M. Boucher. Central Hal], Cook-st. W., Sunday, 7 p.m. 4 ANTED.—Auction Sales at Private Residences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO WANTED —Save your money by bujHhg Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Fu—nlture of Every Description from Cheapest House iv the City.—Cochrane's, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers audi Auctioneers 199, Queen-st. ' M4SO WANTED —Nurses and others to note that we stock Ladies' Celluloid Collars and Cuffs.—Twiname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queen-st. 109 WANTED Known—Twiname and* Baker, Tailors, Mercers, "Herald" Buildings, have a large selection of Coatings, Suitings and Trouserings for the coming season 109 WANTED, Tram Conductors to note we have large selection of Celluloid Collars. Cuff Protectors, Cuffs, Frouts, etc. —Twiname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queen-st. 103 W~ ANTITf» to Rent, by .-o<-d tenant." roomed House, Devonport or Staule.v ; Hay preferred; must hnvc view and pleasi :uit outlook. I'us.'.cssiou early in April.— I Apply Lv- 247. y
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
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