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PUBLIC NOTICES. TN THE ADMINISTRATION OP THE -»•■ ESTATE OF HENRY CECIL LANE, OF EPSOM, Settler (Deceased). It is requested that all amounts payable to this Estate be paid to E. F. WARREN, Esq., District Agent of the Public Trustee, Auckland, or lodged to the credit of the Public Trustee's* Account at any Postal Money-order Office. ALL Accounts againet this Estate may be rendered to the Agent o f the Public Trustee, as above, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of April next, on the printed forms, which can be obtained for the purpose from any of the Agents of this Office. Any account not sent In by the day named may be rejected. J. W. POYNTON, Public Trustee. Public Trust Office, Wellington, 2(ith March, 1909. 'TITHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE - 1 - CONSOLIDATION ACT 1894." IN THE ESTATE OF HENRY EDSALL, of Swanson, Gumdlgger All Creditors and other persons having claims against the above Estate are hereby required to send to the District Agent of the Public Trustee, at Auckland on or before the 26th day of May, 1909, full particulars thereof in writing, with a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them. And Botlce is hereby given that in default thereof they will be excluded from the distribution of the above estate about to be made under Section 47 of the above Act. All mouey s payable to the above estate may be lodged to the credit of the Public Trustee's account at any postal money-order office, or paid to E. F. WARREN, Esq., District Agent of the Public Trustee J. W. POYNTON, Public Trustee. Public Trust Office, Wellington. March, 1009. ALL Claims against JOHN ELLYiETT, Grocer, of !Hobson-st., are requested to be sent In at once to the undersigned. W. W. BIRUCE, Assignee. Swanson-st., Auckland. mHE gOUTH "DRITISH TNSURANCE X 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. KIRKEB, General Manager. Auckland, 9th March, 1909. TJOUND TO TJ ISB . TTUDSON'S "DALLOON "p>RAND "DAKING pOWDEB. JJARTNBRSHIP -j^OTICB Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, ERNEST BROTHERS DUFAUR, Trading as a Wine, Spirit, and General Merchant, at 44, yueen-st., under the name and style of E. B. Dufaur, have taken into Partnership MR. THOMAS FREDERICK LEES. Late of Matata. as from the Ist January loot) and that iv future the Business will be carried on under the style of DUFAUR AND LEES. E. B. DUFAUR, Dated this 26th day of March, 1909. "DiEVINS AND TJAKER, X TD. (IN LIQUIDATION). Having decided to give up stocking certain goods, we are prepared to offer our VALUABLE STOCKS In the following! lines lit LKSS THAN LANDED COST — OIL ENGINES—From -J to 5 Horse-power, amongst which are the well-Unowu makes GARDENER, TANGYE, PETTER HANDYMAN WILSON ROBSON. MARINE ENGINES—3 Corliss Engines, 5 Horse-power, complete with Propeller, Shufting, etc. SEPAItATOKS—In all sizes, from 9-gallon : per hour upwards. The well-known i famous makes PERFECT FENIX. WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED OlL—Ball , and Dunbar's well-known Manufae- j Hirers of Sterling Quality. ALUMINIUM WARE— I. Braby nnd Co.'s Superior Aluminium Ware and Aluminium Paint, the best of Its kind on the market. FOR PRICES apply on the Premises. SCHISCH.KA'S HUILDINGS, Corner of Fort aud Customs-st. T*AKER AND QO., J^TD., PURCHASERS OF ESTATE. 3G rpo WHOM IT MAX CONCERN. I HAVE NEW AND SECONDHAND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR SALE. Prices KighL R. J. LAIRD, TYRONE BUILDINGS, Customu-street East. Q QTEICK.BTT, "architect and structural engineer. Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Valuations. 74. CITY CHAMBERS, QUEEN-ST. MILLINERY. X LA jY£ODE AND LA "DARISIENNB, X PITT-STREET BUILDINGS AND NO. 9, KAUANG AII APE-ROAD. Telephone 957. EXTRA SPECIAL LINES IN MILLINKKY. Our Lines of Black Hats for 10/G are simply marvellous. They are made of Crinoline Straw trimmed with Chiffou and Black Tips, or swathed -with Black Glace Silk. They are all fresh from out workrooms! VERY SMART HATS for Morning and Aftexuoou Wear, swathed with SHU In all shades, Black, Black and White, Navy, Brown, New Blue, Reseda, Green Emerald, from 11/0 to 14/<i. THE MODIFIED MF.RRY WIDOW is still Popular, all prices. SMART BLACK HATS, from 11/6 to 27/6. We will also remodel your last winter's Millinery in this season's style. TIT ISS ARBUCKLE. Telephone 957. M 7 EDtTCATIONAI,. Q TOHN'S /COLLEGIATE QCHOOL. " THE PAH." BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Half Term begins on MONDAT, March 22. Telephone 729. M 312 SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING.—Miss Reid. Wellesley-st. Classes for Practical Dressmaking. Daily, except Wednesday afternoon; Evenings, Tuesday and Friday. MiOl 1

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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