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SHIPPING. ' TZTUDDART — "DARKER jlnb". FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting, Steamers will Sail as under: — FEOM AUCKLAND. FOB SYDNEY. WIMHERA .. Monday I Mar. 22 | 5.30 p.m. VICTOHIA .. Monday [ Apr. 5 | 5.30 p.m. FOE GISBORNE NAPIER, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. VICTORIA Tuesday | Mar. 23 I 3 p.m. WIMMERA Tuesday | Apr. 6| 3 p.m. FROM WELLINGTON? FOR SYDNEY. RIVERINA Friday | April 16 FOR MELBOURNE. VIA THE SOUTH ASP HOBART. RIVERINA Thursday | March 25 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets tor Stop-over or Return mntually exchangeable with the Union Company. L. D. NATHAN AND CO.. LTD., Agent*. ■l fTIHE TYSER LINE, LIMITED. S.S. HAWKE'S BAY. Consignees are requested to present Bills of Lading, pay freight (if any), and take delivery of their cargo. : All cargo is at consignees' risk after leaving ship's tackles, and if not promptly removed, will be etored at their risk and expense. Any cargo landed in a damaged condition must be examined, and claim settled prior to its removal. No claim will be recognised after the removal of cargo, nor for short-landed cargo, unless lodged at the office of the undersigned within seven days after steamer's departure (see terms of Bill of Lading). Captain McQueen will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew. HEATHER, ROBERTON, AND CO., Agents. Auckland, 22nd Mar., 1009. EiiVD A. fi.AIL LINE TO MANILA, • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA. Leave Srdney. ALDENHAM, 3SOS tons April 10th, 1900 Monthly thereafter. -Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through bookings to Canada, the United States, and Europe. For freight or passage, apply direct to RUSSELL & SOMERS. Cnstoms-at. West. . A UCKLAND TO GREY- ■"- MOUTH and HOKITIKA.— CSS£5S*The S.S. ENNERDALE will Load at Auckland for Greymouth and Hokitika, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 23rd inst. For rates and space, apply MESSRS BOND AND BELL, Agents, Commerce-st., Auckland. IWTSfffK'T.T.AT»rC«TTK. THE Brand, New Zealand Dairy Association, Limited, is guaranteed of the Finest Quality of Table Butter. . ! "rpHE Tailor makes the man." How hack- -*- nered, »yet true—ilcßrJde Is the one for you.— Tailor and Outfitter, Victoria-st. •, r ■ 107 norr "I A / — NEW PIANOS, iron frame, 3*Ai -Lw. check action. —E. and F. Piano Agency, Ltd., 191, Queen-st S. Coldlcutt, Manager. ERSONAL.—Just to hand, choice lot of Men's Fancy Cashmere -Half Hose, also Boys' Hose, all colours.—Tutt's, Sy-niDuds-st. irorEirTXrOwuers get abreast of the times. Choose your design. 1 will make the Grate. —Lamont, the Grate Man. 'Phone 1930. M22S MAIN TRUNK. — When you arrive In Auckland, look up N.Z. Photo Goods Co. for your Photographic Material. Dark Room for use of Customers. — N.Z. Photo. Goods Co., next Railway Station, Auckland. QTAR BRAND MULLET—ReaI Good. T ADIES AND GENTS.—Goods of Every i-l Description sold on Easy Terms at 227, Karangahape-rd., Newton. Drapery, Clothing, Suits to Measure, Boots, Furniture, Bedding, Musical Instruments, Jewellery, Clocks, Electro-plated Ware, etc. Also Pianos. No Deposit. M3IX) BiDER AND ERICSSON'S HOT AIR PUMPING ENGINE. — 2Jlb of Coal or 51b Wood pumps 150 gallons per hour 50ft high. — Write for particulars. — llardley and Hardley, Ltd., Albert-st. IEIXG ana French Dry Cleaning.—Get your Summer Clothes Dyed Winter Colours by J. G. Peat, "The" Dyer and Dry Cleaner, 74, Graftou-rd. 'Phone 11)01. We Collect and Deliver. STAR BRAND MULLET—From Every Grocer. „ /CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS—Yates' ' Reliable Seeds for best results.— Arthur Yates and Co., Seed Merchants. M3SS4 EW ZEALAND D AIRY ASSOCI TION'S, LIMITED, BUTTER VAN dellveis Butter In City and Suburbs daily. AND F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD., are showing the Finest Stock of Pianos and Organs in N.Z. Compaie our Price Lists. TIIE Second Best is not good enough for you. Insist upon having Whittome, Stevenson and Co.'s Pickles and Sauces. The best In the world. M3BO A BSOLUTELY Cheapest Creamery Butter -£*- for the table all the year round. — New Zealand Dairy Association, Ltd. STAR BRAND MULLET—Hot Weather Delicacy. 171AUM SEEDS, MANURES. — Arthur - yates and Co., UK) and J.t>2, Queen-st. M3S4 GRASSLAND " CLOVER ~~ SEEDS.—Our New Seasou"s Seeds are now to hand. Write for samples and prices.—Arthur Yates and Co. -Viys-i EKSOXAL. —Dear Marie, where have you beeuV Only up at Tutt's buying dada some new Ties, Collars, etc. AND F. PIANO AGENCY, LTD., are showing the Finest Stock of Pianos anii Oigans in N.Z. Compare Our Price Lists. PLEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Upright. — Bole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldicutt,' Manager. rpHEY set in six hours and stand alone. -*- Whittome, Stevenson and Co.'s "Kla Ora" Jellies. At all town grocers, 4 for 1/. MBSU STAR BRAND MULLET—-See You Get It. rpHE Grates will sell the House If you get - 1 - tlieni from Lamont; attractive, stylish, and up-to-date.—The Grate Man, Kings Court Buildings. Queen-st. M22S ■TVTBW SEASON'S GRASS AND CLOVER •J-' Seeds, Re-machined, of superior qualities.—Arthur Yates and Co., Seed Merchants, 190 and 192, Queen-st. M 384 TjMSH — FISH — FISH — Finest Quality. ■ ■*- Lowest Prices at Sandf ord's Fish Market, opposite Custom House, Retail. Phone 65a ' TJEItSONAL.—Just Opened, a splendid -*- rauge of Hard, Soft, and Frame Hats, also splendid range of Caps. See windows. —Xutt's, Syinonds-6t. PIANOS, Horizontal and - Upright, Broadwood, Bluthner, Erard, Pleyel, Lipp, Eavestaff, Allison. — E. and F. Piano Agency, Ltd. riRICKETERS.-The Drink of the Season !s Whittome, Stevenson and Co.'s Lemon Squash. M3BO VATES' RELIABLE GRASS AND -«- CLOVER SEEDS, for present sowing. —Arthur Yatea and Co., 180 and 192. Uueen-Bt. M3S4

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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