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SHIPPING. jLJUDDART - pARKER J INa FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE Circumstances permitting. Steamers will oau as tiEder: — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. "CTOKJA ■ • Moudnn Apr. 5 | 5.30 p.m. WiMMEKA ■■ Monday | Apr. 19 | 5.30 p.m. FOR GISBGRNE. NAPIRR, WELLING_TOK._j I YTTELTON ! _ AND DUNKDIN. JSu * • • • I Apr. 6| 3 p.m. VICTORIA Tuesday I Apr. 20 I 3 p.m No cargo received after Noon. FROM WBLLIHGIOST FOR SIDNEY. RIVERINA T. Friday | April 10 FOR MELBOURNE VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART. ULIMAROA .. I Thursday j Apri7l>9 SO O m T U^Re^ o S °rV^AV^ time TWO HOUKS before tdrerti ße S sailing A 1 Tlckets lor Stop-oTKi- or Return mntually exchangeable with the Ualoa Com"T'd. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. 4- *xt' ' R BLI ' A ' K ' S - AI 'I'E-N LINE. The s.s. TUIRANGI will leave Helensvllle EVKRX SATUKDAY at 10 a.m. (after arrival 7 a.m. Train from Auckland), returning from Dargaville SUNDAY, ait 5 p.m. Tickets interchangeable with the Kaipara S.S. Co. G. SELLARS. Master. A 1494 TZ'AIPARA OTEAMSHIP ALTERATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, the 22aW inst the Present Time-table will be CANCELLED. Steamers will run as follows: Leave Helensvllle. Leave Dargaviile. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 a.m. Thnrsday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the SeUars-AUen Company Steamer, leaving Heleusville for Dargaviile at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leavingDargaTille - for Helensvllle on Sundays at 5 p.m., and vice versa. R. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17. 1909. PERSONAL. RS. QRDACEN tnee Miss Yandle), Furrier and Feather Dresser, 3, Mill-st., off XJverpool-s"t. 14<J &~. LONG, of London.—Advice and Medicine, 5/. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. —20, Swunson-sL RS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Cray-croft-6t., Pevonport, has Vacancies for ladies during accouchement; every convenlence; very private. Terms moderate. A D AM.E DOL G~7j U R~b"l IT, 85, Symonds-street, Opp Cemetery Bridge. X J. ISHEEWOOD, Psychic' ReadSr and Magnetic Healer. Hours: 10 a.m. till 5 p.m.—llayner's Buildings, Wellesley-st. Evenings: Brook House, 203, Hobson-st. EEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Biack. or . Brown Hair. Post Free, V6.—Clarke, , Chemist. 116, Victorla-st RING IT TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOTE" OIKTM.ENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases ■where-othe*i**t-iit*-ei~^ : 3hcißißt&^aae~iitoreit i - HOWEY WALKEU SAVES I'ODR MIETU. IVKN AWAY. —Handsome "Velvet TToot Shiner, value 6d, to every piu'ehuser of three 4d tins of Black Ivory Boot Polish for 1/. 10 FOR INDIGESTION and Kindled Complaints, try Partington's Whole Wheatmea] Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria FJour illljs und Steanj Biscuit Factory, Bymonds-st., opp. Cemetery Bridgerd. Telephone 2532. Tγ eta physical healing. uisease and its causes being ME-XTAL, Material "Remedies" ouly relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, I'.T.A., PsychoPuyslcian, CORNER uF SYM'ONDS AND VVELLESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2715. M2S3 TMTRONISED BY EVERY VICE-REGAL X FAillLi' IS AUSTRALASIA. MISS McELWAIN (established IS years), Specialist in Face and Scalp Massage. Halrclressing. Manicure, Pedicure, etc. PERMANENT REMOVAL of Superfluous Hair. Fancy Costumes and Wigs tor Sale or Hire. Ornamental liair In stock or inadi; co order. Combings worked 'to any design. Consultatloas i ree. Correspondence Invited. —Address 2f>4, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 pONSULT T£LLIOTT ON . SKIN A FFECTIONS, AND DTOMACH TROUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday aud Saturday, 7.30 to 9. 3. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria ste., Auckland. BOOTS AND SHOES. TKJE ABE NOW SHOWING OL'lt AUTUMN AND WINTER RANGE Of TTP - rpO - milE Tl/TOJIENT "POOTWEAR. "TVIE LATEST IN EVERYTHING, AND CHARACTER IN EVERY PAIR OF THEM." A. J. F ERNANDEZ, -i cr-r TTPPEE Mll9 WISE MOTHERS Should bring their children to TAYLOR'S for reliable School Boots. No other shop can otter such wonderful Tfllue. Direct from our factory, Karangahape-rd. and Queen-st. TO Q y\ONALDSON, KHTBEE PASS, NEWMARKET, FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. MADE TO ORDER AND REPAIRED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. YOUR friends will be delighted to get a copy of tbe "illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Star" Office ana all Stationers. Price 2/.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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