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WANTED. WANTED. Harmonium, in good order; cheap.—Reply, particulars, P.O. Box WANTED to Sell, good Paying Jobbing Business.—Reply Carpenter, 236. Star Office. .85 WANTED to Buy, Ice Chest or large Meat Safe.—Address N.Z., 305, Star Office. 5 VA7ANTED to Rent, Furnished Cottage, ' » with shed and yard.—Address Patent, 325, Star Office. 70 XAT ANTED, Burton's Arabian Nights, 12 » » vols., lllus'trated.—Reply c/o Book Exchange 10, Victorla-st. 17 \J\7' ANT 'ED _ t(rScll, liew B Flat Cornet, In ' » leather case; scarcely used; £5 cash.— Cornet. 207, S:gr Office. 38 WANTED, in or near city, Large Room, suitable for band practices.—Address Band, 777, Star Offlce. WANTED, House of seven or eight rooms, near tram terminus, Heme Bay, at once. Apply R., Ponsonby Post Office. 30 "TI7ANTED, Furnished House, 2 or 3 bed- ».» rooms; near good beach, close tb tbwa; for April.—E.R.C., Box 310, G.P.O. ' 62 V*C7ANTED, Cyclists. Good Tyres 8/6, » f Tubes 5/, Brakes 6/, Elbow Connections 9d; all goods reduced.—E. Reynolds, Newton. ANTED, Securities for £7300, in Sums • of £100 and upwards.—Full particulars to Arthur B. Wheeler, 65, Qusen-st Auckland. 39 WANTED to Buy, House, 5 or 6 room*, cash buyer; Kingsland or Mt. Roskill preferred. No agents.—Cash, 294, Star Offlce. 8i Y7E/ANTED, some kind person to Adopt » T Healthy Boy, 2 years old; £20 premium.—Write particulars, Confidential, 283, Star Office. ANTED. 20 to 100 Acres, with Cottage; boundary -fence; permanent water; within 40 miles Auckland; terms. —Dairy 324, Star Offlce. 65 WANTED, married couple want to Buy Second-hand Furniture for Five Rooms; also Drop H. Singer Machine.—Couple, 111, Star Office. "■"■""UANTED to Purchase, Yacht Dinghy; Y » also Anchor; cheap.—All particulars to Mr. James Ibbertson, Thelma, Mt St. Johnavenue. Epsom. ANTED to Buy, Old Gold, Silver, Mis--111 and Left-oil Clothing, Boots, Tools, etc. Best cash prices.—D. McPherson, 132, Victorla-st. W. ANTT3D, Cyclists. New Shipment of Best English Bicycles, wholesale price, on terms from £1 deposit, 5/ w*ekly.—E. Reynolds, Newton. WANTED, at once a Furnished Cottage, 6 or 7 rooms; Mt. Eden or Mt. Roskill ' preferred.—Apply, immediately, to G. Kronfeld, P.O. Box 405. 47 WANTED— Turn It into money by sending to the oldest, largest, ana most central Auction Rooms In the city.—Cochrane's, Ltd., 199. Cjeeen-st. • WANTED, a 5-rbomed Furnished House, with all conveniences, for 6 or 12 months; good tenant; must be near tram.— J.R., 242. Star Office. 97 WANTED to- Bell, Residence of 7 rooms, every convenience; situated best part Russell-st., Stanley Bay; large allotment.— Apply Star Office. M 478 WANTED to Pay, Highest Prices for Gent's Left-off Clothes, Boots, Travelling Bags, Trunks, Gold and Silver.— Johnny Allsorts, 73, Victorla-st. ANTED, Gelding, 5 to 7 years, staunch, sound, and quiet; with or without trap, ■to seat four; also. Butter Cow, close profit. —FlnLay, Ridtng's-rd., itemuera. 93 A NTED—DEVONPORT—House Properties for Sale, 5 to 10 rooms, with all conveniences. Clients waiting.—Send particulars to HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchange-lane, opp. Fort-st.. ' . , . . Ml6O YXTAINTED to -Purchase,. immediately, 6 VV rooms and conveniences, Mt. Eden, near Id section; or will go to Mt. Roskill, 2d section. Give £500 to £700; £100 cash or less.—'Reply Custom, 299, c/o Star Office. ANTED to Let, ln a fortnlgnt, foi- about a month, a 5-roomcd House, furnished, or would let 2 nicely Furnished Rooms; good piano and every convenience; very moderate rent to careful tenant.—Apply Mrs Thompson, 3rd Honse Altken-terrace, Glenmore. 1 WANTED, Buyer for general country store and bakery on first-class Waikato dairying district. Turnover £430 a month. (Rental low). Post Offlce brings in two pounds a week. Price about £750. No ugents.—Address Country Store, 111, Star Office. WANTED TO PURCHASE, for a client In Parnell, House of about 5 rooms, on freehold section; or Vacant Freehold Allotment. W. GARRETT, Land Agent and Valuer, a Fort-st.. Auckland. M 137 ■""-"Tr ANTED KNOWN. L niBIHfSCIANI (NON-POISONOUS). 16 TO 35 TIMES ETBONGEB THAN CARBOLIC ACID. ALL STORES AND GROCERS. QUIBELL TJROS., TTD-, T7JNGLAND. A NTED J£NOWN QUEEN C<HOES. QUEEN QHOES. We have Just opened a shipment of the above celebrated make of Ladies' Shoes. IN TAN AND BLACK. They are Simply Perfection. Kindly Call and Inspect. Vy "CTOLDSWORTH AND OON, LTD. 12. VICTORIA-STREET. M 156 "jITYSTERY of Spirit Control fully ex■"A- plained, questions answered.—H. M Boucher, Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Central HalL Cook-st. W. Free. 2 M R F. QOLLBGE, (Late Instructor, Auckland Technical College), has Opened PRIVATE CLASSES For Ladles and Gentlemen to Teach the ART OF CUTTING AND TAILORING. A limited number of Students can still be enrolled. For particulars, apply P.O. -Box 770. 85 PJH'RONIC RHEUMATISM EFFECTUALLY CURED. No matter how long you have suffered from Rheumatism; no matter what other remedies have failed, RHEUMO, if given a fair trial, will effect a cure. Thousands of other sufferers have been permanently cured by RHEUMO, when all else had been tried lv vain. Many have spent large sums of money at Rotorua and other thermal springs, but It was RHEUMO that eventually effected a cure. If you are suffering from Rheumatism, or from Gout, Lumbago, Sciatica, or kindred complaints. give RHEUMO a fair trial. It has cured others' and will cure you—-and that at little cost. All chemists and stores, 2/6 and 4/6. AINTS OF HIGH GRADE, Specially Prepared for Howe Painting. g J gEST AND QO, 43, CUSTOMS-ST. BA6T.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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