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ATTOTIOMB. . ;; ;;^;;. ; ■■ : ~ Q c > Ol>y f IN -: : '■' jJJpMINION - ,TVTAET, . 167, QUEEX-ST. rpo-MORRcw, rnuES&AY> Ti/rARCH' oq • AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP Aj[\f\ liOTS.OF NEW AND SECO.NDWU HAND HOUSEHOLD * FURNITURE consisting of:— - SIDEBOARDS Chiffoniers, Hall Stands, Wickerware, A.B, and Canadian Chairs, Oec. Tables,- Curtains, DUCHESS PAIRS, Wardrobes, Comb. Chests, D. and s B.M. Bedsteads, W.W. Mattress and Stretchers, Kapok and Other Bedding, Blankets, Rugs, LEATHER DINING-ROOM SUITE. 3-pce. Bamboo Suite, D. and K. Tables, Pictures, Easy Chairs, Linoleums, Carpet Squares, KITCHEN DRESSER,. Copper, Hot Water Service, Rockers, Pot Stands. Clocks, Cruets, Crockery, Glassware, MANGLE, Table Mangle Magnetic Battery, Mandolin, Zither, Sets 'Ware, Washstands, Kitchen Utensils, Sundries, etc. Also, A PEW ASSORTED TWEED LENGTHS (Tailor's Samples). 1 Almost New Tricycle (in good order). Inspection Invited. ?. P. McIVER. Auctioneer. TJ\RUIT. -piRUIT. < TCTRUIT. SALES DAILY. AT 10 A.M. A PPLES, PEACHES, NECTARINES, ■"• PEABS, LEMONS, GRAPES, TOMATOES, etc., etc. ryAITEMATA TfIRUITGROWERS , /~10-OP. HIGH-ST. MEETINGS. A UOKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DEBATING SOCIETY. The Annual Trial Debate to select the College Representatives for the Easter Tournament will be held in the College Buildings THIS EVENING «t 8 o'clock. Subject: "That the creation of small navies for defence purposes should be encouraged in the self-governing states of the Empire." Visitors are cordially Invited to attend. S. HO.WAiRtD E'LLI'S, Hon. Sec. MEETING "of Old Scholars (Boys and Girls) who attended the Grafton District School during the period whilst Miss M. E. Hopper has been'attached to "the Staff of. the School will be held in the Schoolroom, Nugent-street, on TUESDAY EVENING, 23rd March, at 8 p.m. By Order of the Executive. JOHN B. PATERSON, Secretary. PERSONAL LTI "\/T — ANXIETY very great.—Com■J3..Jl. munlcate Jack. 50 I WILL not be responsible for any Debts contracted after this date, Monday, March 22nd, 1900.— J. Watson, Fernleighst. _07 ATRIMONIAL—Young Man wishes to meet Dark Young Lady; refined; correspond.— 41 ATIUMONIAL.— GentIeman, 30, wishes confidential correspondence with Young Lady, 22 to 2S, view to matrimony. —Reply J., 271, Star Office. 12 RESPECTABLE \oung Man (30) wishes meet Young Widow view matrimony; state particulars, and, if possible, enclose photo.—Comfort, 255, Star Office. 30 DR. LONG, of Ijondoa.—Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swanson-bt. It. HBILEN BURNABY, Gynaecologist, Specialist Ladies' Complaints. Consultation Free. — SU'oiuness," 72, Vin-cent-st., opp. Pltt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; evenings. RS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Craj-croft-et., Devonport, has Vucaucies for ladies during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. ; RS. GREACEN~~ Yandle), Furrier and Feather Dresser, 3, Mill-street, otf Liverpool-street. MWEAUNii, Trance Medium, can be • consulted 33, Pltt-st., next St. Helens Hospital. Last 2 weeks. 71 ADAMEDOLG O U R E L L I, 85, .Symouds-street, Opp Cemetery. Bridge. SIBYL, Clairvoyant »nd Psychometrist, No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. t>s ADAMe" VOILA, Clairvoyant and Cryslal Seer, 24, Karaka-st., Newton End or Upper (jueen-st. Hours: 2 till 8. — Sat- 1 arday, 2 till 5, ladles only. 182 GIVEN AWAXT—Handsome Velvet Boot Shiner, value od, to every purchaser of three id. tins of Black Ivory Boot Polish for 1/. 15 KEEP IT ,DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Biack or Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6.—Clarke, Chemist. 116. Victoria-sL RING IT TO LIGHT — -NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. OR INDIGESTION and Kindred Complaints. try Partington's Whole Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria Flour Mills and Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-st., opp. Cemetery Bridgerd. Telephone 2552. TpUCAMA: SURE ASTHMA RELIEF. Pasteur Vaccine Co., Paris, Inventors. All Chemists 4/ per tin. Try it.—Wholesale Agents, Surgical Supply' Co., Ltd. M4S4 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. TIT ETAPHYSICAL HEALING. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, P.T.A., PsychoPhysician, CORNER UP SYMONDS AND WIiLLESLEY STS. No Drugs. M 238 XTVASHIONABLE IIAiRDIiESSING.— Just -•- to hand, a Large Assortment of "Kaplde" Wavers, for producing the fashionable Marcel wave. There is no greater aid to beauty than a well dressed head of hair, therefore every lady who values her personal appearance should consider this offer. For one week, from Monday, March 22nd I will give a Free Lesson In waving to every purchaser of a pair of "Raplde" wavers Buy a pair and be your own hairdresser — MISS McELWAI.X, Toilet Specialist, 254, Queen-st.. next McCullagh and Gower. M 235 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. T HAVE PLEASURE IN NOTIFYING ■*• that from the Ist of March my son, MR G. H. MOODY, will take over the business at present carried on by myself. I beg to tender my sincere thanks for the valued support so long accorded to ine, and would ask for continued support to my son. G. MOODY. GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, ONEHUNGA. ",: . ... .. „•'..,_•..:.._ M3»B -ffiLLlofT ON gKIN \ FFECTIONS, AND (STOMACH rpKOUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10, tol, 3to .5. ' . Eveniugs: Tuesday and, Saturday, 7.80 to fa ""-■--■ r, : --•.--.--■■—»■-—-- I J. A. ELLIOTT,. City Chambers, ~ Corner Queen and Victoria sts., Auck/and. YOTJIt friends will be delighted to get • copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Stat" Office and nil Stationers. Price 2/.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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