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ATHLETIC SPORT* pAPAKURA : gPOHTS. -' j ■ E*m« M ONDAY. „2jg| L. J. MILLS, " "'.' H. WILSON, -- . Joint Sec'retarlgjL TTELEN'SV'ILLE, TE PUJIA, (AWolfiS? SN|K^iru?c b tSS o'clock sharp. Open to all. Musmu_i__fl L Maiden Race. 120y_s. First dm-, i"""'* ''' phy value £1 1/; second, trophy ?__*: &*-- Entrance 2/. J ™ lne W. 2. Boys' Handicap Race. lOrrs a-n ~-_ Post entry. First prize, second, trophy value 5/. Entra_« JlT /{ 3. HelensvlUe Cup Handicap, £15 Th~_. distances: 100, 200, and 300 yards' Sw ' prtee, £10; second, £8 thlrt ' £ i F &,- Entrance-8/. First distance. 100 yds A 4. Married Men's Race. 100 yds. Post ■;-*- ---trophy value 10/. Entrance 1/6 SM «nl. 5. 440 yds Handicap. (First prize __<. ■■' second, £1. Entrance 5/. ' - •*• 6. Putting the -hot 'Handicap. ___■ _±~_. First prlz*, 15/; second, 5/ Entree?l? 7 ' 7. Hurdle Race, 220 yds. First prize _asecond, £1. .Entrance 4/ v ' i3 ' 8. 200 yds, Helensville Cup. •.'•. ;— ■ 9. Potato Race. Post Entry,. Flrgt nrW • 15/; second, 5/. Entrance 1/. ' PMt -* 10. Half-mile 'Handicap, (EMrs-t ___» #i« second, £1; third, 10/. •*:."• li. -High Jump -Handicap. Post _ta»r» First prize, £1; second, 10/. Entrance 1/B.' 12. Handicap Chop. First prl» J_ second, £1. Entrance i/. '■;?*■» 13. 300 yds, Helensville Cnp. .„/.. 14. Ladles' Race, 73yds. Prize, ,troD»«; •Entrance free. .. ; ™" 15. Local Race, "l_oy_a. TSot open __ifc' prlsse, £3; second, £L Bntranee 4/ '"•.". 16. Tng-of-war. *. ~, 17. Ladles' ißracelet, 220 yds. *f_*i_ '__ Entrance 1/. V_*s 18. 'Forced "Handicap, 150 yds. First; M_»' ; £_; second, £1. Entrance, wlnsei. mt losers 1/. . '}, Entries close 9 _.m. <Batur_ay, _ta„_, jr. For conditions see posters, but,no competitor will be (handicapped unless entrance &$■ are paid. J. BHA, ffloa. Sec. Helensville. BOOTS AUD SHOES. KHYBER PASS, NBWMAE-Eli;'^. FOR BOOTS AND SHOES;' ;."' MADE TO ORDER AND RBPAIBBD ON SHORTEST NOTICB. JOHNSTON BROft ° Offer a very larg* selsetlon of Boots and Shoes, at Lowest Cash ;;. JOHNSTON BROS. ' "■ '• ** Sell Men's and Women's Goloshes kid Footholds, at usual wholesale rates.""-:''. JOHNSTON BROS. Have receive- New Season's Unci U Felt Slippers — big variety. ,!..,'"■' JOHNSTON BROS. • v Keep large stocks of Tan Goods. Im. '-■.'•- ported and local; good quality. •.." JOHNSTON BROS. Offer Ladies' Evening Shoes, from 8/U, Gents.' from 5/6; many prices;'" JOHNSTON BROS. ~ 3~- " Show Men's Lac* Soots trim 8/6 ti 25/; quality good; prices low. ''.•' ■;--l_H|; LOST AND TOXTNO. 3 OA/ REWARD>-Lost, between PrihespAdyJl st. and reservoir, Mounted Georgr Sovereign.—Apply Newdlck's Store, Great North-rd. ____, ____H : LOST, a Dinghy.—Apply Waitemata Hotel. ' ". ~"Z.;:7t'.z .;. LOST, a Pearl Daggerj—Reward on-re-turn to Cumarvo, Symonds-st. OST, Umbrella, silver band, name " J. B, De-Mole."—3o/ reward, 34, Durham' street. „ "TO LOST, about fortnight ago, Bunch ot Small Keys; reward.—Apply Stit: Office. LOST or Stolen, Pulling Boat, Thursday Night.—Reward, 40, Wallace-st. ltd*-' talned, prosecution. .*' I—l OST, Gold Cable Bracelet, between Mllas and Choyce's and United Service.—Beward, Milne any Choyce. .■Z-tS. LOST, about Tuesday or Wednesday, (joIChain and Heart; reward.—For -address apply Star Offlce. ■ * .10; LOST, between Newmarket and Kins'* College, Working Coa-t. —Finder retina to J. Lumpkin, Butcher, Newmarket/; ' : -j. ,■...'. OST, between Queen-st. and wharf 1 .'■■'•■■ Purse, containing £11 5/ in notes mi' ' silver; good reward.—Reply A.P., 280, Star Office. ___________ LOST ou or about llth, Tan and White Spaniel Pup; reward.—C. Wren, ?.«,%; mure-rd., Otahuhu. Detainers will be prosecuted. ' : .Is LOST, a Beaver Coat, between Otahuhu and East Tamaki, on Sunday lait.-r-.Z.. Please leave at Lumsden and Co;'s, Nt* 6 market. ~\_ LOST, in Queen-st., Saturday morning, small Parcel of Silk, with owner's.-;... account enclosed.—Reward at Milne and Choyce's. _________ LOST, Gold Bow Brooch, pearl in centra. between Queen and Hobsou sts., T' ll ' , Wellesley-st.; 10/ reward.—Smith. Dentist Hobson-st. _? LOST, between top Symonds-st. and' Queen-st. yesterday, Locket, containing photos.—Reward, apply Post o™.'*'-. Symonds-st. — OST, Greyhound dog; scars on head and, shoulder; poor condition. Detnlnera prfteecuted.—Reward, Barnes, Second Avenue, Klngsland. _.- LOST Wednesday, between Princepi and Bond sts., Parcel Fancy Work, thimble and spectacle-!.—Reward, Campbell, Grocer. Great North-rd. __• LOST, on the 10th Inst., between the Domaiu and Customs-st., small Emerald Brooch, hair iv centre; reward.—Pearce, Baker," Hobson-st ■ OST a Purse containing sovereigns, at Ngarunwahla Regatta or Auckland Railway Station; reward, £1.-E. Dunne, 19, Upper Uulon-st. ™ LOST this (Saturday) morning, on or from Klngsland Car, between Pages Store and weileslcy-street. Purse containing Money.—Reward Pjige's Store, Klngslan-l._ol WILL the Lady seen taking Parcel Drap-' cry from Mt. Rosklll car at terminus, Monday afternoon, about four o'clock, klud.y return to Star Offlce before steps are ■ OUND, 6ft. Dingy; owner can have same by describing aud paying expenses.— Apply Star Offlce. *J FOUND, a Purse, on Pt. Chevalier Beach. —Returned on application to Geo. Fowlds. Victoria Arcade. J___\ TJBLIC POUNDT— Impoundnd by 3otA Knight, for trespassing on his farm at Mayfield Park, Birkenhead, 1 Roau Cow, branded GV, both horns broken; and 1 Sucking Calf. If not claimed and expenses paid by April 3rd, _DO9. will be sold at 1 p.m.—S. H. SMITH, Poundkeeper, Lake Town-r-L 10^ WE ReJblock Ladles' Felt Hats Latest Shapes.—Cox's Hat Factory, Karaiiga-hape-rd. Reduction to trade. .- R. HELEN BURNABY, Gynaecologist, Specialist Ladles* Complaints. Consultation Free. — Stromness," 72, Tin-cent-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to •» evenings. . . . —

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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