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FOR SALE. SALE, small Crossley Gas Engine, ■*- In perfect order.—Apply Btdhex <;and White, Wakefleld-st. 'm SALE, Setter Dog, broken, retrieve; -*- splendid water dog; trial.—T. Duroriqge, Wellpark-avenue, Grey Lynn.' 83 "piOR SALE.- 50-gaL i-lnch Portable, Boiler; •*■ also, Barnes' Lathe, complete with tools, nearly new.—Apply Boiler, 379, Star Orßce. qq SALE or Let, 22 Acres, 8/ per week; - 1 - good Cotage; fenced, cleared part grassed. £600. Easy 'terms.—F. Grattau, Avondale. , 8S OB SALE, MUlals-st., Grey Lynn, House, 5 rooms, conveniences;- good situation; nice garden. £545.—A1f. > Walker, City Chambers, Queen-st. 58 "piOR SALE, close city and cars, House, A s rooms, workshop, washhouse, nice grounds, quick- sale; £450. Bargain.—Alf. Walker, City Chambers. 65 "fjlOR SALE, Mt Eden (near tram)—l -L Rooms and scullery; wash-house, copper; £400. Also, 4 Rooms, £425.—Aif. Walker, 12, City Chambers, 58 FOR SALE, Kingsland. near tram—Elevated Section, 27/6 ft. Sections Remuera, 25/ to 50/ per ft.—Alf. Walker. 12, City Chambers, Queen and Victoria sts. 53 OR SALE, Grange-rd., Mt. Boskill—Villa, 6 rooms, every convenience; close tram; great bargain; front and side verandah. £600.—Alf. Walker, 12 City Chambers 53 OR SALE, New and Stylish Roadster, seats 4, lamps, cushions. £25; New Set Harness, hand-sewn '£7 10/; reliable Horse, 15 hands, £12 10/. —Morley's, Dur-ham-st. _j 85 TpOR SALE, KETCH VIOLET, In At and , money-making order Full pat'ticalars 1 Blddick and Goldsboro', Endean's Bldgs. I Phone 2738. 75 OR Immediate Sale, Arch Hill—-So de-poslt-—A very Comfortable House of 6 rooms, In perfect order; bay window; verandah; all modern conveniences; good allotment; flue view. Bal., £-100, by easy payments quarterly.—Apply at once to Sam. White and Co., Land Agents, Vulcanlane. 51 O K-l X—COMPACT 6-roomed House; cW-J—O every possible convenience; handy Mt. Roskill car; nice outlook; excep---•onally easy terms. —J. H. Millar, 20, Coombes' Arcade. 109 ENT.'S Cycle, cost 14gs in England, as new; accept £8 10/.—Mrs Christie, I-laslett-st., Eden Terrace. 24 IXGSLAND.—2-roomed Cottage; fine volcanic section, bo x 132; price, £170. —Walter Taylor, 27, Shortland-st. M 343 GLENMOBE —£520.—New House, 6 room? aud conveniences; just finishing.—Walter Taylor, 2T, Shortland-st. M 343 -C'_i.9f_—BARGAIN.—MUST BE SOLD, ctW___<U OWNER LEAVING NEW ZEA-LAND.—Green-lane, 4 minutes from station, new House, 4 rooms, bathroom and scullery; gas water; washhouse, copper and tubs; 2 rooms 11 _; 12, 1 room 12J 1 15.3; 1 11 x 12; bathroom, 5J _ 7; steel ceilings: p.w.c; clothes press; insured £300; section, 41 x about 140 ft; volcanic; dry, high position, no stone; owner must realise. Easy terms. —Ernest Colson, 31, Shortland-st. 118 W ANTED. (Continued from Page 1.) WANTED, a smart Boy.—Apply H. A. Merson. Grocer, corner Cook and Vincent sts. ANTED, Motor Bike or Engine; must be cheap.—P. Faithful, Cycle Maker. 46, Pousonby-rd. 98 ANTED, Price for Painting and Papering 4-roomed Cottage In the country.— Address at once, Cottage, 388, Star Office. ANTED to Rent, a a or 6-roomed House with conveniences; will pay £1 pov week and bonus.—W. L. Rogers, Ponsonbyrd. ANTED, General for Mount Albert; 2 adults in family.—Apply Mrs J. E. Wheeler, Hamnrana, Bellwood, Mount Ros--1-111. 104 VX T ANTED to Let joa know that if »" our Meal does not please, we will gladly refund your money. — C.C.C., Hlghst- and Newton. 102 'ANTED, a Second-hand- Piano, English preferred; must be in good order; no. dealers. — State price and maker,' J.G., P. 0., Penrose. ' 101 ANTED Known.—Wigs and Transformations made to order; prices low; combings made up, 2/ per oz.—Miss Wrlgley, 83, Karaugahape-rd. 117 ANTED to Rent. Immediately, 5 or 6roomed Cottage, Ellerslie, Avondale, or anywhere handy to railway station; give reasonable rent; good references.—Reply Robins, 385, Star Office. WANTED, YOUNG LADY FOR OFFICE AND CASH DESK. Must have knowledge of bookkeeping; state salary required; enclose copies of references. Apply .T.L.. 387, Star Office. 106 ANTED—Nice Home for Lady Help; Superior Person to undertake cooking. In good boardinghouse, Hamilton; HeipNursemald, Housemaid, Generals. Wanted. Willing, reliable Workers, good situations waiting. Roll off. the reproach of the Dominion—unsatisfactory servants, THE GRAFTON BOOK ROOM, Khyber Pass. 115 VSTANTED—Mrs Lockley, H.M. Arcade. * » - estab. over 20 years, wants 2 experienced Bnrmalds, town: Waitress, 20/, town hotel; Working Housekeeper, 17/6, Remuera; Women Cooks, 30/, 25/, WhangareL, Waikato, Taranaki, etc.: General and Nurse station, East Coast, 15/ each, suit mother and daughter on 2 Lady Helps; General, 15/. and Housemaid, 12/, together, Newmarket; Waitresses, country; Married Couple (no family), good place, farm. 100 ANTE. D, ALL CLERKS. BOTH MALE AND FEMALE. To attend a Meeting TO-NIGHT (Thursday), at 28, Swanson-st., at 7.30 p.m. BUSINESS: To consider the advisability or otherwise of forming a Union of Office Employees THOS. LONG, Convener. 11l A NYONE interested In starting a Wnaltug ■**• Station south of New Zealand, apply Watt. care Industries Company, next John Chambers. 75 rpoOLS. —Wanted to Purchase, Carpenters, A Plumbers, Bricklayers, and Tools ot any description In large or small quantities; highest cash price given.—Clarkson, 20, Po- u-sonby-rd. \\g rpHOROUGHLY Domesticated Lady wants A. Occupation; good home more essential than salary.—Address Parramatta, 383 Star Office. §4 PUBLIC NOTICES. HEAVY GUN FIRING will take place from Forts Takapuna and Cautley ou 26th and 27th March, about 10 a.m. each i day; and on 29th March, morning aud 1 afternoon. H. E. PILKINGTON, Capt, 1 Commanding Permanent Force, Devonport. ]SJ O l5 I rj E. All Accounts owing to the undersigned remaining unpaid on the 10th day of April will be placed iv the hands of a Solicitor for collection, and may be sued for without further notice. D. CLBARY, Waipu Sawmill. March 20th, 1909. rpHB gOUTH -DRITISH TNSURANCE /""IOMPANT, T TD. Notice is hereby given that the Transfer Books of the above Company will be ' CLOSED FROM THE Ist TO THE 14th APRIL, both days inclusive. By Order of the Board. JAS. KIRKER, General Manager. Auckland, 9th March, 1909. •Vtottß friends will be delighted to get » A copy of the "Illustrated Guide to .Auckland," obtainable at the "Star" Office and all Stationers. Price 2/,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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