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WANTED. VyANTED, Harmonium, in good order; *" cheap.—Reply, particulars, P.O. Box to Buy, well found 16ft Open I* Saffing Boat.—Reply H.P., 330, Star Oinge. go TJVANTE'D to Sell. Second-hand Furniture; _' cheap.—Apply No. 1, Exeter-st., off Newton-rd. 73 YyANTED to Sell, new B Flat Cornet, in ' » leather ease; scarcely used; £5 cash.— Cornet. 257, Star Office. 38 WANTED, in or near city, Darße Room, » T suitable for band practices.—Address Band, 777, Star Office. VXTANTECD. Furnished House. 2 or 3 bed- " T rooms; near good beach, close to town; for April.—E.R.C., Box 310, G.P.Q. 62 TX7ANTED to Buy, House, 5 or 6 rooms, , oas ' l buyer; Klngsland or Mt. Roskill preferred. No agents.—Cash, 294, Star Omce. 81 WANTED, married couple want to Buy ' ' Second-hand Furniture for Five Rooms; also Drop H. Singer Machine.—-Couple, lljL Star Office. YXfANTED, 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 V\7ANTED —Turn It into money by sending * ' to the oldest, largest, ana most central Auction Rooms in thu city.—Cochrane's Ltd.. 199. QCeen-st. ANTED to-Sell, Residence ot 7 rooms every convenience; situated beet part RusseJl-st., Stanley Bay; large allotment. Apply Star Office. M 478 ANTED to Pay, Highest Prices for Genfs Left-off Clothes, Boots, Travelling Bags, Trunks, Gold and Silver.— Johnny Allsorts, 73, Vlctorla-st. TX7ANTED, Gelding, 5 to 7 years, staunch, ' ' sound, and quiet; with or without trap, to seat four; also, 'Butter Cow, close profit. —fftalay, Rldlrtg's-pd., Itemnera. 93 n/ ANTED to Rent, within 15 or 20 miles '•of city, a Few Acres Land, with House and outbuildings, suitable for poultry farm. —Addres-s Poultry. 352, Star Office. 91 L4NTE.D—Those Fu ralshing, to atte-nd Sale of CABINETMAKER'S AS'SH3NED STOOK at Bassett'e Auction Mart, 24, CuStoms-st. East, 11 a.m., FRIDAY. 23 ANTED.—Auction Sales at Private Kosldences, conducted by Cochrane, .-Ltd. Results suamnteed. 'Phone 122. MlO TIT R "p /COLLEGE, (Late Insiructor, 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. 83 WANTED. —Auction Sales at Private Residences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO r«7 ANTED KNOWM. QUR A NNUAL STOCKTAKING gALE I s N ow O N AND IN MANT CLEARING LINES ■DEDUCTIONS OP FROM OX TO KA PER CENT AND OVBB, Attß BEING MADE. Men's 12/0 Tan Boots, 7/11 pair Men's 15/6 Glace Kid Bale., 10/ pair Men's English Lace Boots, 6/11 pair Ladies' English Shoes, 3/6 pair Ladles' 17/6 Tan Boots, clearing at 10/6 pahLadles' Beautiful Glace Kid Strap Shoes, reduced from 13/9 to 7/11 pair Children's Sand Shoes, 1/ pair Children's Patent Ankle Strap Shoes, 1/3 pair /.J.OODS. Waterbury Watches, best timekeepers In the world, reduced from usual pilce, 13/6, to 7/6 each GOOD WATCHES, 3/6 1000 Alarm Clocks, must be Bold, 2/11 each COOO Copies New Sheet Music, full size, Cd per dozen copies 1/ Writing Pade, 4id each, or 3 for 1/ 2(1 packets of Envelopes, Id per packet Glycerine Soap, (marked 6d tablet), 1H for V. F OR 21D AY^ A T M ILLERS ■piANC* TJEPOSITORI AND TDOOT JJALACE, 100,102, AND 104, •VriCTORIA-ST., A UCKLAND. M 213 pi H E A P DINNERS. WANTED, WORKING MEN AND THOSE WITH LARGE FAMILIES AND SMALL PURSES to send to the Auckland Bacon Factory, Stanley-et., for Cheap Meat. Spare ribs and under cuts given away to buyers of Pigs' Heads.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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