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~... WANTED. - t ,-_ . :.. WANTED to Let, Que«!n-»t., between torian and ttarby sts., Suite 3 Booms, suitable dressmaker or milliner.—Apply Savoy Cafe. .-■- ' 14 ANTED, Large Room tor evening classes, near to _Wellesley-st. E.; must have gas and water laid,on. —Address E,, 389. Star Office. ■ -- '■ 7 WANTED to'Selli Residence of 7 rooms, every convenience; situated best part Russell-st-.,; Stanley Bay; large allotment.— Apply Star Office. M 478 ANTBSD to Purchase, House, 6 or 7 rooms, all conveniences; within 2d section. Or Building Allotment. No agents. —Cash, 384. Star Office. 88 XKT ANTED—Why Pay More? You can get v* It 50 per cent Cheaper, at Cochrane*, Ltd., Complete House. Furnishers and Auctioneers, 109, Queen-st. .' WANTED to Sell, steady little Grocery Business, stock at cost price. Owner leaving through ill-health.—Apply Lowrle, 'Mannlng-st., og Newton-rd. 24 WANTED, about end of month or first week In April, 6 or 7 roomed House; Upper Parnell or Lower Remuera preferred. N. Rlgby. Com. Travellers' Club. 110 ANTED, every working man and. hit wife in Auckland to know that Shriznskl, The Workingman's Frtand, starts his Bale To-morrow. Hats, Ties, Sock*, Suite, Shirts, etc.. slanghterefl. Wα nt ..;;•» d, A JUNIOR TIPIBTE. Must have knowledge of shorthand. Apply Box -821, Poet-office, Anckland. WA N, 1 E D, AN EXPERIENCED GENERAL for Princes-street. Must be good plain cook. References required. Good wages. Apply— MRS BANGER, PRINCES-ST. 20 MISCELLANEOUS. FISH — FISH — FISH — Finest Quality. Lowest Prices at Bandford's Fish Market, opposite Custom House, HetaiL Phone CSB. . ■ PLEjYESL PIANOS, Horizontal and Uprlght. — Sole Agents, Eugllsh and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coltlicntt. Manager. KWING MACHINES called for, Cleaned and Adjusted and Delivered. Moderate charges.—J. Wilson (late Singer Co.). 3, Market Entrance. RABB AND CLOVBB SEEDS.—Our New Season's Seeds-are now to hand. Write for samples and prices.—Arthur Yates and Co. MBB4 STAR BRAND MULLET—See lon Get It. ERSONAL.—Just Opened, a splendid raage of Hard, Soft, and Frame Hats, also splendid range of Caps. See windows. —Tutfs, Bymonds-st. UALITY Iβ assuredly the test required in Photo Goods. Everything Photographic. All new and up-to-date.—N.Z. Photo Goods, next Railway Station. M2C9 lANOS, Horizontal aiiJ Upright, Broad* wood, Bluthner, Erard, PleyeL Lipp, Eaveetaff, Allison. — E. and F. Piano Agency. Ltd. . JiUHi Rich Creamy zrogrance,, get our J- Lovely Golden Tipped Ceylon Tea, &» 1/0. —John Earle aud Co., Direct Tea luiporters, Queen-st.' 77' BTEY ORGANS LEAD THE WORLD - Parlour, Church, and School; £10 upwards. — E. and F. I'inno Agency, Ltd., S, Coldicutt. Manager. . » Set* -,„-...■ \ • -*—• ; —.' ' ' "• STAB BRAND MULLET—rroe Svtkrjr Grocer. Rj] LOVER AND GRASS SEEDS—Yates' Reliable Seeds for best results.— Arthur Yates and Co., Seed Merchants. Maa4 SEASONABLE FRUIT.—B«st Quality at Lowest Prices.—Stanford's Fruit and Fish Market, opposite Custom House. Phone 658. Y\READXOCGHTS you canuot all give, J-" but trade (fighting funds) all can contribute. We supply everything Photographic made in England.—N.Z. Photo Goods Co., next the Railway Station, Queen-st.. Auckland. M 268 IPP PIANOS Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd., 101, Queen-st., near Theatre. S. Coldicutt, Manager. • ' HOUSEHOLDERS, see that four Oiocer supplies you with New Zealand Dairy Association's, Limited. Butter. lANOS, Horizontal and Upright, Broadwood, Blutbuer, Erard, Pleyel, Lipp, Euvestaff, Allison. — E. and F. Flano Agency, Ltd. E IMPORT the Very Finest China Tea; suitable for- Invalids and .Delicate People.—John Earle and Co., Tea Importers, Queen-st. "pLEYEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Up•L right. — Sole Agects, English and Foreign Tlano Agency, L:d..■— S. Coldicutt, Manager. i f>ol4 a Real Treat try Qur Lovely 1/6 Golden Tipped Ceylon Tea.—John Earle and Co., Direct Tea Importers, Qoeen-et OUSEHOLDERS, see that your grocer supplies you with New Zealand Dairy Association's (Limited) Butter. 'AND F. PIANO AGENCY. LTD.— • Most Varied Stock, Best Value, and Terms. — S. Coldicutt, Manager, near Theatre. VfOW LANDING-74 Chests Tippy Leaf ■A* Fannlngs, direct from the Ceylon Tea hardens.—John Earle und Co., Tea Importers, Queen-st. 77 £27 Ifl/ —NEW "*NOSi Iron frame, d^Ail Xw cnecls action.—E. and F Piano Agency, Ltd., 191, Queen-at. 8. Coldlcntt. Manager. JUST you try our Uraua tippy Fannlngs, mixed with Green; 1/ per lb.—John Earle and Co., Direct Tea Importers, Queen- £ 77 •RTUeCLES m KNOTS. JOINTS ALL STIFFENED AND SWOLLEN. Lance-like pains torture and torment the victim of Rheumatism, and you don't think you will ever get rid of the disease. Perhaps you have tried all kinds of socalled cures aud much-advertised quack remedies all to no purpose. Well, don't despair. There is a medicine that can nnd will cure you. Take RH-BUMO. It is r. positive antidote' for uric acid polsoulng. It relieves pain, removes the swelling, and clears the system of excess uric acid —the cause of all the trouble. RHEUMO Is neither a liniment nor a pill, but a liquid medicine of marvellous therapeutic value.- RHEUMO conquers Rheumatism. Sold by all chemists and- storekeepers at 2/6 and 4/6 per bottle. PIANOS AND ORGANS Exchanged for Better Ones. — English and Foreign Piano Agency Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager. •pOB TMMEDIATE gf L B- -, /;' : ' /"At, COST PRICE. 7 NEW AND SECONDHAND ORGANS f ■ AND HARMONIUMS. .- [J Makes by NEEDHAM, CORNISH, 4t&, etc. From Kf\/ Upwards. 4 tp/i<j'-Stops.. i All Instrument* "Jβ First-class Condltrvo. \ "v* ft' BB LIVERtfpOL-ST. •Phone SSf. '' RICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES — English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. 8. Coldjctitt, Manager. . ■ XOTift tilends/wIU, be delighted to get a t cap? of tlief'Ulustrated Guide to Anckland," ebtainabte at tbe "Bt4r*- Dfflcsi amd lijbtl|en|rJ, PJ3SMK J^.S~ST Si

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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