PUBIiIO MOTICES. *• A UCKLAND .TCTIRB gOARD. "• FALSE ALARM. The above Reward will be paid by the Board to anyone giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the person or persons who, by telephone message, gave to the City Brigade a False Alarm of Fire at the Albert Hotel, Queen-street, on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 17th Inst., at 0 o'clock. By order of the Board. PERCY BUTLER, ' Secretary. TDREAD. i /"*\WING to the Master Bakers holding their Picnic on WEDNESDAY, 24th March, Customers are asked to note that on that day there will be NO BAKING OR DELIVERY OF BREAD. TDEAL TJOILEKS AND "DADIATORS. UNEQUALLED FOR 'EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY. IDEAL HEATING GOODS are specified for the new General Post Offices at Auckland and Wellington, and other Government buildings throughout the Dominion, also by all leading Architects. Estimates, quotations and other information furnished promptly on application. JENKINS AND MACE, Wellington. Sole Agents for New Zealand. Ml3O rjr-HE gOUTH "DRITISH TNSURANCB /COMPANY,' T TD. Notice is hereby given that the Transfer Books of the above Company will be CLOSED FROM. THE Ist TO THE 14th APRIL, both days inclusive. By Order of the Board. JAS. KIKECER. General Manager. ' Auckland, 9th March, _909. "dodnd rpo T_ ISE ' TTUDSON'S "gALLOON jgRAND "DAKING pOWDEB. ; -jgETINS AND "DAKER, T TD. (IN LIQUIDATION). Having decided to give up stocking ceri tain goods, we are prepared to offer our i VALUABLE STOCKS in the followine lines at LESS THAN LANDED COST-—' ' OIL ENGINES—From _ to 5 Horse-power : amongst which are the well-known I makes GARDENER, TtANGYB P'ETTER. HANDYMAN. WiLSON, ROBSON. : MARINE ENGINES—3 Corliss Ensrines, 5 . Horse-power, complete with Propeller. Shafting, etc. ' SEPARATORS—In all sizes, from 9-gallon <■ per hour upwards. The well-known ; famous makes [ PERFECT FENIX. WHITE DEAD AND LINSEED OlL—Hall and Dunbar's well-known Manufaet turers of "Sterling Quality. •ALUMINIUM WARE—F. Biaby and Co.'s Superior Aluminium Ware and Aluminium Paint, the best of its kind ou c the market. i FOR PRICES apply on the Premises, SCHISCHKA'S BUILDINGS, Corner of Fort and Customs-st. - "DjAEER AND (~<o.. T TD., PURCHASERS OF ESTATE. ' 36 : PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. i Notice Is hereby given that I have admitr ted Into Partnership Mil J. B. JOHNSTON, LL.B., who has for many years been asso--1 elated with mc iv my practice as a Barrister, Solicitor, and Notary Public, and that from and after this date such business will be conducted under the name or style of ■ "STEWART AND JOHNSTON," and further, that the Partnership Practice will be , carried on at WHITAKER CHAMBERS, WYNDHAM-ST. (above the premises of > Messrs Buddie, Button and Co.), Instead of i at my present Onlces at Mercantile Chambers. Dated this Ist day of January, 1909. * JOHN W. STEWART. 5 STEWART AND JOHNSTON. % . . MSS- . H. G A D D Wishes to announce that he opens TO-DAY WITH A FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF. '. AND pROVISIONS 1 In ;' KARANGAHAPE-ED., Close to West-st. i Customers may rely on getting everything . of the Best, aad the Prices will be most reasonable. , A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. - IM i " B3ATHS. - FLETCHER.—On March 10th. ISOO, at the Waiwera Hotel, Grace Anne, widow of the late Thomas Henry Fletcher of Katle kati, gentleman, in her B_3t year. Home ~ papers please copy. The burial will take place to-morrow (Sunday) at Katikatl. t LITTLE.—'On March 20th, at Reo Moana, Lake-rd., Devonport, Jane Elizabeth, beloved wffe of Samuel 11. Little. Interment at O'Neill's Toint cemetery, To-morrow (Sunday), at 2 p.m Dunedin papers please copy.' *CTNC_.ASSI_*IE_> ABVTS. -QHALLENGE. I hereby Challenge MR MAURICE - O'CONNOR to run a Marathon Rare for ~ Fifty Pounds (£6O) a-side, the wlnuer to divide the stakes equally between the four church orphanages in this city. Date and course to be decided by mutual nrrnu"Cmeut. M. H. WALSH. City Club Hotel. Shortland-st., March 20, 1000. 100 ANTED, Work by Day or Housekeeper or take Cook's Place in gentleman's . house, where another kept.—Apply Star - Offlce- ISO OR SALE, Half-bred Jersey Cow, hish- , clas« butter cow; quiet.— l. Cutler " Orakei-rd., Remuera. LOST, Bay Mare, white star on head and j just lately been down; detainer pri, se . - cnted; reward.—F. D. Parsons. Arch Hill. WANTED, a good Shoeing Smith foPn week, to start Monday morning — \ ' Wyatt. Burnley-terrace, Mt. Roskill. ' 194 W -ANTED, a good Milker and General Farm Hand.—Apply V. Price Meadow-bank-rd., near St. John's Lake. Remuera. O LET, Double Front Bedroom; fireplace and gas; good locality; also, ,«ip-ie ' Bedroom, 5 mins from Reservoir — i'liTiv Star Offlce. *' J LOST, In Newton-rd. or Karangahape-rd., small Purse containing money; reward' ' —Apply Star Offlce. O LET, 3 Workrooms; built suitable for dressmaker, etc.; 10/. —199, Karans*-haj?e-rd., opp Newton P.O.
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