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SHIPPrNG. ' TCTUDDAHT — pAHKEE X INB. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting. Steamers will FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. ' VICTORIA . . Monday | Apr. 5 | 5.30 p.mWIMMERA .. Monday | Apr. 11> | 0.80 p.m. FOR GISBOKNE, NAPIER, WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. WIMMERA Tuesday | Apr. 6I 3 p.m. \ VICTORIA Tuesday I Apr. 20 I 3 p.m. ', No cargo received after Noon. from Wellington" . FOR SYDNEY. o KIVEHISA Friday | April 16 « FOR MELBOURNE. VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. RIVERINA Thursday 1 March 25 ' Cargo must be booked and alongside UNLESS OTHERWISE STATSD, not less ' than TWO HOURS before advertised sailing - time. : All Tickets for Stop-ovel- or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union Company. : L.. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. TV v "VTORTHERN STEAM SHIP ; COMPANY, LIMITED. THURSDAY, Bth, GOOD FRI- ; B DAY, 9th, and EASTER MONDAY. 12th, TRIPS. (Weather and Other Circumstances Per ■ mltting.) EASTER FARES. . THAMES, PAEROA, AND COROMANDEL. ■ Excursion Fares will be issued to and from Thames, Paefoa, and Coromandel, from SATURDAY, 3rd April until MONDAI, 12th April, both days inclusive. Tickets available for one month, from date ' of issue. j ■r _j_ rpUE "p AUD /~\ f~\o. ■ -L 17. %J. \j i STEAMERS FOR LONDON, callinc at FREMANTLE, COLOMBO ADEN, MAR- ' SEILJLES, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH with liberty to call at Brindlsi, as under:— ' Leave Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. : MALWA 11,000 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 MONGOLIA 10.0UO Apr. 7 Apr. 13 MARMAHOA 10,500 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 : INDIA 8,000 May a May 11 ' RATES Oif PASSAGE MONEY: — Single to London. £47 0/ to £«8; Returns, £73 18/ aud £132, available for two years. , Tourists' Tickets (India, Cnlnu, and Japan). Special Holiday Tickets to Colombo, avail- '1 able for two mouths. Return Fares from < Sydney, £41 tirst; £29 second plu B 10 per cent. Passage money can be' paid here for Passages from England. Passengers ( arriving in Sydney by nearest connecting ■ For freight and passage, apply direct to , RUSSELL & SOMEES. Customs-st. West. '! a.«-D A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA, • • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AUSTRALIA, i ALDENHAM, 3808 tons April 10th, 1909 ' ; Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper i deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through ( ■ bookings to Canada, the United States, I For freight or passage, apply direct to ■ RUSSELL & SOMERB. Cnatoms-st. West. T7-AIPARA CSTEA-ySMIt ; i g*£±S9 QOMPAXY. ] ALTERATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and fffter MONDAY, the 22nd inst. > the Present Time-table will be CAN- ■ CELL-ED. Steamers will run as follows:— Leave Hcleneville. Leave Darguvllle. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, G a.m. , Thursday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the Sellars-Allen Company Steamer, leaving Helensville for ; Dargavllle at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leaving Dargaville for Helensville on Suudaye at 3 p.m., and vice versa. R. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17, 1909. PERSONAL. IF Charles Harris, late of Mokai, sends his Address to "Munakau," c/o Star Office, he will hear of something to his advantage. 21 NYONB knowing the address of Mrs Auule De Laney, late of Blrkeuhead, ! ; please send same to X.Y.Z., 335, Star Office. ' 18 T WILL not be responsible for any Debts March 22nd, 1908.— J. Watson, 'Fernleighst. 67 it! LONG, oi .London.—Advice and Medicine, a/. Hours: 10 a.m. to € p.m. —20, Swansou-bt. R. HELEN BDBNAUY, Gynaecoiogist, Speiilalist Ladies' Complaints. Consultation Free. — So:omness," 72, Viu- : cent-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; 1 evenings. . A|i«3 FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Cray--1 "JL croft-et., Devonport, has Vacancies for ladles during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. WEARNE, Trance Medium, can be • consulted 33, Pltt-at., next St. Helena : Hospital. Last 2 weeks. 71 A D A M E DOX.GOURELLI, So, Symonds-street, Opp Cemetery Bridge. QIBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychometriet, O No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday. 2 till 5 p-in. BS ADAME VOIDA, Clairvoyant and Crystal Seer, 24, Karaka-st., Newton End of 1 Upper Queen-st. Hours: 2 till 8. — Saturday, 2 UU 5, ladles only. 102 KEEP IT ,DAEK—CluKe's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Black or ' Brown Hair. Post Free, 1/6. —Clarke, Chemist. 116. Vlctorla-st. RING 10? TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, . Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases i where others fail. Of Chemists and Stores. Olt INDIGESTION and Kindred Complaints. try Partington's Wholu Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria Klout Mills and Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-st., opp. Cemetery Bridserd. Telephone 2552. • "pUCA-MA: SUH'fl ASTHMA RELIEF. . £j pasteur Vaccine Co., Paris, Inventors. < All Chemists 4/ per tin. Try it.—Whole- - sale Agents, Surgical Supply Co., Ltd. M4»i ; REE Cooking Lessons —Perfection Stove Demonstration, Thursday, Friday, : Saturday Afternoons. Tea on. Babies ■ minded.—Porter and Co., Symonds-st. ■-»tETAI' HXS I C A"L HEAL IN G. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve , Consult MR HENRY. P-T.A., Psycho- ' Physician, CORNER OF ' SYMONDS AND WELL.ESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2718. M 283 ) ~ 3 HOWEY WALKER SAVES YOUR TEETH. HAIRDRESSING.— Just -P to hand, a Large Assortment of "Raplde" Wavers, foi' producing the fashion--1 able Marcel wave. There is no greater aid I' to beauty than a well dressed head of hair, I therefore every lady who values her per- ' ■ sonal 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 McELWAIN Toilet Specialist, 254, Queen-st. next MeCullagh and Gower. M 235

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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