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Poor little fellow! He coughs to hard he cannot sleep. That makes him weak and sickly all the next day. His brother thinks this coughing is terrible. 80 do we, for we know that just a few doses of %hemi 9eetoral will stop the cough. For siztyyears it has been the standard remedy with men, women, and children for colds, coughs, and all throat and long diseases. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Be sure that yon get Ayer*s Cherry Pec* toraL Accept ho cheap and worthless substitute. rnaana to Dr. J. CAnrkCfc.Ussl.wsst.. U. 8. A. HOTJ«E FPBHIBHIKQB. EASY CHAIRS, LOUNGES, IN QADDLE "DAGS T EATHER ITVAPESTRY ■yELVETS, etc. T.& H. COOKE, LTO■MANUFACTURERS. QUEEN AND QKEYgTS. ■ t . *. fQB SAM. , WENZL SCHOLLUM, noprn CASH—4O Acres Farm (more or *»» or less), about 25 miles from Waihi, where there Is a flrsPclass market for all produce. There is excellent shooting and flsalna-. It is dose to the sea, and a river runs through the property. The land Is fenced, and in good Order. There is a house of 4 rooms and _H necessary outbuildings, which are insured for £100. F412 X»9 h/ PER ACRE—Nine Miles ' from dw_J _»/ Warkworth and Acres, good sandstone country, carrying easily two sheep to the acre; 00 chains fenced, 50 w.'.tb heavy English wire, and 40 with four wires v The property is well watered, and M 0 acres are in grass. Brash chopped down from 1 to 2 chains right round, farm. House .of. three -rooms, iron roof; also, new Iron shed; 28 x 24. FB : J(__l-1 PE.R ACRE—7O Miles from AuckeWXX lana, miles from stattoh, good roads; creamery 1, school 1 mile—4Bo Acres, all grassed and fenced, well watered; subdivided into IS paddocks; .land mostly drained swamp; milking 40 cows; house of. T rooms, stable, 2 milk sheds, with bails in each; also, wagon shed. Terms, 1 £1000 cash; balance, 3 years at 5 per cent per annum. Fl3 I have for Sale several BOARDINGHOUSES in good foealltiies, ranging in prices from £100 to £000. CITS— An Elite Barber's Shop for Sale; good takings; superior trade. Only £200. P852 SPLENDID General Business, with Leasehold Property, consisting of doublefronted shop, sittlngroom, kitchen with stove, 3 bedrooms, washhouse, vegetable and fruit sheds, ripening room, and stable. This desirable business Is situated in the King Country, and is doing a first-class trade. Owner's reason for selling, ill-health. Full particulars on application. PB6I ELLERSLIE —House of 6 rooms, built of totara, bathroom, scullery, and pantry, tiled hearths, washhouse, copper, and set-In tubs; corner section, 68 x 106, volcanic soil;' two mlns fkom station., Price, £633; terms,. £200 cash, balance can remain. C 222 MAKE KNOWN TtOOR WANTS. WENZL SCHOLLUM, 10-20, Royal Insurance Buildings (Next Town Clock). QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. 'Phone 1560. Telegraphic Address: "Scholium, Auckland." M 314 east xmy EAST I pBOPSETY CALBSMEN, QHORTLAND OT., OPP. G.P.O. "CVS.RUS. FOB QALE. w- 1 MANUREWA, 12 ACRES—House, 4 rooms; close to railway station Splendid Little Poultry Farm; garden etc.; plenty water, grand for ducks. Leasehold. £20 for goodwill and chattels for working the place. N°- 2 YX7HANGARATA, 165 ACRES (2 Miles " from Creamery)— House, 6 rooms; cow(bed, 30 bails; good Implement shed; present stock, 45 head cows; and 12 paddocks, all ploughable and well fenced; watered by creeks. Price, £16 acre, and easy terms. isr° 3 MAIFIELD, 10 ACRES—FRUIT AND POULTRY FARM—House. 5 rooms; barn, stable, etc. The land Is very superior, and good magnificent crops of fruit, apples, plums, peaches, etc.; grand vine country. This farm is so very mnch above the average that It Is like an OASIS IN THE DESERT, and an object lesson to those who cultivate fruit, and is for sale at the low price of £650 and terms. The improvements are worth the money. N°- 4 rSTHANGAPE. 600 ACRES (2 Miles from n Creamery and School, water frontage)— A Partly-Improved Farm for Sale at £4 10/ per acre; large quantity of flax, and. good for 100 head of cattle; small Honse. Owner having Invested elsewhere requires a sale, but will make easy terms ot payment. EAST AND EAST, SHORTLAND-STRET. = 1 ■pYESIGHT /CONSTANTLY /CHANGES M R "R A "R AaTLETT . G. 5.0.1., EXAMINES THE EYES AND OFFERS ADVICE FREE. SPECTACLES FOR EVERY OPTICAL DEFECT, AT MODERATE PRICES. FRAMELESS AND BIFOCAL. SPECTACLES. A (C TJABTLETT, OPTICIAN AND JEWELLER, 222, QUEEN-ST.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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