SHIPfENG. /, ' _. GJTEAM CONNECTION .g'-i-J-ll " ' WITH NIUE. The s.s. DAWN (522 tons) will leave Apia for Niue on or about MAY 14th. The Dawn will take delivery of Cargo alongside U.S.S. - Co.'s Steamer at Apia, thus avoiding Customs and Transhipment Charges. All [packages must be marked plalnlv S.S. DAWN, APIA-NIUE. THE SAMOAN SHIPPING AND TRADING CO., LTD. W- _ -VTORTHERN STEAM SHIP J-> COMPANY, LIMITED. THURSDAY, Sth, GOOD FRI--0 DAY, 9th, and EASTER MONDAY. 12th, TRIPS. (Weather and Other Circumstances Permitting.) EASTER FARES. THAMES, PAEROA, AND COROMANDEL. Excursion Fares will be issued to and from Thames, Paeroa, and Coromandel, from SATURDAY, 3rd April until MONDAY, 12th April, both days Inclusive. Tickets available for one month from date of issue. DEND FOR 'ROOK'S QAILING T IST." (Posted Free), Giving FARES AND SAILING DATES By P. & O. S.N. Co. «i ,f5°9S-'.a Orient R.M. Line. SPECIAL N . DL . (German). AGENTS Passage- Can.-Australian. Al , Llnes Passages . N.Z. Shipping Co. . AU * B out es Passages Shaw, Savlll Co. All Classes. ROOK'S Wte ?' ar LlDe LOWEST BOOK'S Cape Une ß- RATES. \. etc., etc., etc. ( IMPORTANT! Otters cf Accommodation earned for by i DIFFERENT LINES, and CHOICE I GIVEN after inspection of plans riled at our Office. !NO BOOKING FEESU ! SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OFFERED! /-tOOK'S SHIPPING /"VFFICE, 62. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. WANTED. UUANTED Known.—Edgar and- Co., the »» old-established Dyers and Cleaners, give satisfaction.—Address, Wellesley-st. E. WANTED —Save your money by bujSng Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Furniture of Every Description from Cheapest House ln the City.—Cochrane's, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers and Auctioneers 199; Queen-st. ' M4SO WANTED X N O W N— That I can 6upply UNION HOUSE COAL at 27/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TAUPIRI and other Coals; Coke and Firewood.—A. E. TATTLEY, Coal Mer- [ chant, Carrier,.etc., Newmarket 'Phone 457. M 348 Tfr7 ANTE D * i_S-fl-f ft QUR A NNUAL STOCKTAKING QALE JSJSJOWQN AND IN MANY CLEARING LINES ■DEDUCTIONS OF FROM OK TO KQ PER CENT AND OVER, ARE BEING MADE. Men's 12/6 Tan Boots, 7/11 pair Men's 15/6 Glace Kid Bals., 10/ pair Men's English Lace Boots, 6/11 pair Ladles' English Shoes, 3/6 pair Ladies' 17/0 Tau Boots, clearing at I 10/0 paiiLadles' Beautiful Glace Kid Strap Shoes, I reduced from 13/9 to 7/11 pair I Children's Sand Shoes, 1/ pair Children's Patent Ankle Strap Shoes, I 1/3 pair TjIANCY Q.OODS. i Waterbury Watches, best timekeepers in the world, reduced from usual price, 13/0, to 7/0 each GOOD WATCHES, 3/U 1000 Alarm Clocks, must be sold, 2/11: each j 5000 Copies New Sheet Music, full size, 6d per dozen copies 1/ Writing Pads, -id each, or 3 for 1/' 2d packets of Envelopes, Id per packet Glycerine Soap (marked (3d tablet), 131 for V. ' F OB 2ID 4YS - A T M ILLER ' S •pAXCY -DEPOSITORY AND J>OOT TJALACE, 100, 102, AND 104, •\TICTORIA-ST., A UCKLAND. M 213 aTnts ok high grTdeT Specially Prepared for Houja Pa luting. S. J. B aaT AND C°.3. CUSTOMS-ST. EAST.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909
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