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SHIPPING. JJUDDART — "DARKER T INB. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SEBVICE. Circumstances permitting. Steamer* will Sail as under:— " FROM AUCKLAND. FOR' SYDNEY. VTCTOHIA .. Monday j' Apr. 5 I 5.30 p.m. WIMMERA .. Monday | Apr. 19 | 5.30 P.m. F r£S.. GISBORNE. NAPIHR, WELLING_TOjN. LI'TTELTON, AND DUNBDIJT. WIMMERA Tuesday I Apr. 6I 3 p.m. VICTORIA ......Tuesday [-Apr. 20-S 3 p.m. . : Iso cargo received after Noon. FBOM WBiLLINGTON~ ~ FOR SYDNEY. RIYERINA Friday 1 Aprillβ ~ FOE MELBOURNE. ~ ___VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBART.' rCLIMARQA .. 1 Thursday 1 April 29 ,' r -Cargo,must be booked and alongside, PNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less tUre HOURS before advertleed sailing All Tlcfcete .for Stop-over or Betnra mntually exchangeable with the Uaion ConjV.. D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD.. Agent*. >JORTHERN STEAM SHIP COMPANY, LIMITED. THURSDAY, Bth, GOOD FRlff DAY, 9th, and EASTER MONDA\". 12tb, TRIPS. • (Weather and Other Circumstances Per mitting.; EASTER FARES. THAMES, PAEHOA, AND COROMAJTDEL. Excursion Fares will be Issued to and from Thames,. Paevoa, and-Coromandel • S SATURDAY, 3rd April until UOXT?i l V 12th , 4 P r «, both days inclusire. Tickets available for one .mouth from date t —r- . „ i. ;<n AT IFForr vusen ' -'J&i&"} 'X. tajeiglgag j^aisha TO CHINA AND JAPAN. VIA AUSTRALIA AND HONG KONG. Sailings: _. Leave Arrive Acr. Steamer. Com- Sydney Hong-Yoko- . . maurler. Wed. Uong. haiua ■ Yawata Maru Homma Mar. 24 Apl. 12 Apl. 22 Nikko Maru Swain Aor. 21 May 10 May 20 " Kuinano Maru W. Scott . Hunter May 19 Jne. 7 Jne. 17 REDUCED RATES FROM AUCKLAND For-all Information, apply to HENDERSON Vfc MACFABLANE, Agents, Fort-st.. Auckland. ■ "R A. MAIL LINE TO MANILA. CHINA, AND .JAPAN. FBOAf AUSXRALIA* . » -. Leave Sydney. • ALDENHAM, 3808 toes April 10th, 1909 .i Monthly ti-jreafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large cool, two-berth cabins, all on the upper , deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through • bookings to Canada, the United. States, '. +_. gELLARS-ALLEN LINE. The s.s. TUIRANGI will leave Helensville . EVERY SATURDAY at 10 a.m: (atter arrival 7 a-rn. Train from Auckland), returning • from DargaviUe' SUNDAY, ait 5 p.m. Tickets ,". interchangeable with the Kaipara S.S. Co. *" leaves Helensville fpr OTA- » MATEA POSTS, MONDAYS and THTJRS- - DAYS. ID a.m,, after arrival of 7 a.m 1 . ■ train from Auckland, returning to Helens- - ville Tuesdays and Fridays. G. SELLARS. Master. SZ4S>4 ■g-AIPARA OTEAIiSHIP ! i~IOMPANY. ALTERATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, the 22nd iasL, , the Present Time-table will be CAN- - CELLED. Steamers will run as follows:— Leave Helensville. Leave DargaviUe. • Monday, 7.30 p.m. 6. a.m. • Thursday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE.—The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the Sellars-Ailen Company Steamer, leaving Helensville for ■ DargaviUe at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leaving Dargavllle for Helensville on Sundayo at 6 p.m., and vice versa. ; R. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17, 1909. PERSONAL. XT "AT —Please call or write to L.M., 41, i> .IU-. Boston-rd.. Mt. Eden. 23 VS7ILL anyone oblige with the Address of VV Win. Campbeli. late of Tukapuna, Auckland? Address J.W.S., Oruru. 6u ', \\T~Ei will "not be responsible for acy debts J VV contracted Iv our names.—B. Heron aud M. Heron, Otahuhu. HE Frederick James Keraot, whose name appeared in the Police Court news recently. Is .not James Kernot of 72, Weatstreet, and enipioyed by the Auckland Meat Company. _. 58' wish :t known that they will commence Practice on Monday, sth April, at Si, Queen-street (next, Thornes, Land Agent), as Accountants, Reporters, Shorthand Writers. Expert Typistes, etc., etc., and will make a speciality of Ladies' Business Affairs. 43 DR. LONG, of London.—Advice and medicine 5/-. Hours, 10 ajn. to 6 p.m.— 20, Swanson-st. D~ R, HELEN - BURNABY, Gynaecologist] Specialist Ladies' Complaints. Consultation Free. — SU'omness," 72, Vln-<ent-st., opp. Pitt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; evenings. RS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Cray-croft-et., Devonport, has Vacancies for ladies during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. EE'P IT Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Black or Brown Hair. Post free, 1/6.—Clarke, Chemist, 116, Victoria-st. BRING IT TO LIGHT—"NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skiu Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. X J ISHJEIiWOOD, Psychic Reader and Magnetic Healer. Hours: 10 a.m. tiU 5 p.m.—Uayuers Building 3, Wellesley-st. Evenings: liroott House, 206, Hobson-st. , -»,J'K J- ISHISKAVOOD, from England, will lv. give Psychic Readings, Rayuer's Buildings, Wellesley-st., to-uight (.Wednesday), 8 sharp. !/■ IBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychometrist, No. (3, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-id. Hours 2 till 3 p.m.; Saturday,.2 till 5 p:ni. 85 GiVfci.V AVFAi". —Handsome Velvet Boot Shiner, value 6d, to every purchaser of three -id tins of Black Ivory Boot Polish for 1/. 15 •%/f ET APH V SIC A L HEA LI N (i. i DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve i temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, P.T,A.,. PsychoPhyslclan, COiiJN'iSR OF SYMONDS AND WELIiESLEY STS, No Drugs. Telephone 2718. . M 283 PATRONISED BY EVERY VICE-BECiAL FAMILY JN AUSTUALASIA, ■ MISS.McELWAIN lestablished 15 years), Specialist lii Face and Scalp Masaasn, Uair<lre»Blug, Maiiicur?, Pediyure, etc, JiWE REMOVAL ot. aaperfluetii) Hair, Fancy Costume*.nud W!«s for Sale oi . Hive, Ornamental lialr In stucU or made ;p onjer, Combings worked 'to auy deelgn, Coneultar tlpas Free. Cerrespondeuce dress 234, Queen-st. Telephone .25*. M 333

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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