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' WAWTED. , (Coatlnne- from Page L) WANTED, Painter.—Apply between T and 8 to-night. None hut food men heed apply J. Soiensen, Upper Queen-street, Onehunga. YX7ANTED, Cottage, or 2 or 3 Rooms with J" Use of kitchen; near Cheltenham Beach; from Tth to 17th April.—State terms to Mrs. Abler, Nrawlro, Te Awainu'tu. WANTED— Onr 'Shetland and .Navy Unshrlnkable Flannels, at 5/6 find 7/9, are the best value obtainable in the Dominion; If found to shrink will be exchanged.—J. Green, opp. Hallway Gates. 86 ryANTED—DEVONPORT—House '» pcrtles for Sale, 5 to 10 rooms, with all conveniences. Clients waiting.—Send particulars to HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchange-lane, opp. Fort-st. Ml6O WANTED to Sell, privately, a Gentleman's Residence at Epsom, 7 rooms; every convenience; large corner section land, on main road. Price, £1250, Only £150 cash; balance arranged.—Apply P.O. Box 95. ANTED to Sell, Second-hand and Rebullt Typewriters, Remingtons, Yosts, Denamores, Blicks, Foxg, Barloc_*J, Olivers, etc.; from £5 each. Terms. Come and inspect them while they last.—New Zealand Typewriter Co., Victoria Arcade. WANTED, Buyer for general country store and bakery on first-class Waikato dairying district. Turnover £430 _ month. (Rental low). Post Office brlngß in two pounds a week. Price about £750. No agents.—Address Country Store, 111, Star Office. WANTED Known—That the Monarch Visible Typewriter 1b the only one used In tbe Auckland Technical School. Costs the same price as other typewriters and does far more.—Sole Agents. N.Z. Typewriter Co., Victoria Arcade. Free Tuition given on the Monarch Visible Typewriter to any typist. "■ntr ANTED KNOWN. A L S MITH AND S ONB > DENTISTS, HOBSON-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY UPPER OB LOWER SETS OF TKBTH from Two Guineas. Good Fit Guaranteed. Your Old Sets of Teeth Remade Open from 8 to 8 Every Evening for PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS.' WANTED KNOWN. THE FRED BROWN VENETIAN BLIND Was Awarded THE FIRST CERTIFICATE AND ONLY GOLD MEDAL AT THE AUCKLAND EXHIBITION. They are Superb. Cheapest and Best EVERY BLIND GUARANTEED. FACTORY. PONSONBY-aD. Telephone 914. TXT ANTED; PROPERTIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FOR BALE, to replace recent sales. New List now in preparation. ■VTEVILLE *VJrEWCOMB, ESTATE AGENT, HIS MAJESTY'S ARCADE. M 409 TX7 ANTE D KNOWN— TJELIANCB T-jENTAL /COMPANY QUEEN-ST., over smeeton's. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS BY NEW PROCESS. FEB JJ GAS EXTRACTIONS. Administration 2/6. Hours, 8 ».*"-. to 5 p.m.; T to 8 each evening. OPEN EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. 11386 V*t7 ANTED KNOWN. QMITH * TTALCOMBE, Auctioneers, VICTORIA-ST. EAST, Make a Speciality of Conducting Sales at Private Residences. ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED MORNING AFTER SALE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. QMITH & TTALCOMBE, Auctioneers, VICTORIA-ST. EAST, Phone 2282. rxr ANTED KNOWN. *rr 19 B O L nisikr c c i i s i (NON-POISONOUS). 16 T0 35 TIMES STRONGER THAN CARBOLIC ACID. ALL STOKES AND GROCERS. QUIBELL JJROS., L TD., ENGLAND. ANTED -g*" N O W N QUEEN QHOES. QUEEN gHOES. Wo have Just opened a shipment of the above celebrated make of Ladies' Shoos. IN TAN AND BLACK. They are Simply Perfection. Kindly Call and Inspect. ry TTOLDSWORTH AND gON, LTD. 12, VICTORIA-STREET. MISQ VX7 ANTED KNOWN. TTARDWARE QALE. DALE. OALB. QAIE. OUR HARDWARE SALE has now started, and we can otter you the opportunity ot a lifetime to procure TTARDWARE AT TTALF - "ORICES. WE ARE SELLING SEWING MACHINES, from 50/, worth £5 MANGLES, 28/6 LAMPS, at any price BOOT POLISHES, 2d and Sd, usual prices 6d HAT AND COAT HOOKS, 4d per dozen, reduced from 9d RUBBER HEELS, 3d per pair, should be Cd SASH FASTENERS, 3d each, should be 6d MEAT SAWS, 1/4 BREAD BOARDS, lOd HAND SAWS, 174 PLATES AND CUPS AND SAUCERS, nt Give-away Prices ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, at Half th* usual prices [FANCY GLASSWARE AND VASES. gEE "gARGAIXS IN **"-yiNDOW. I (fr "piRRIT, 1 -yICTORJA-ST., ' Just Across Hobson-st. TASE HFRNE BAY CAR. 3 *•-_■ ' ... - M«8 • k

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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