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t TVTTT.T.TNERY. A *■* M aDB AND r_ "DARISIENNE, PITT-STREET BUILDINGS AND NO. 8, KARANGAHAPEROAD. Telephone 957. EXTRA SPECIAL LINES IN MILLINEBY. Pur Lines of Black Hats for 10/6 are simply marvellous. They are made of Crinoline Straw, trimmed with Chiffon and Black Tips, or swathed with Black Glace Silk. They are all fresh from our -workrooms. SEBY SMART HATS for Morning and Afternoon Wear, swathed with Silk in all shades. Black, Black and White, Navy, Brown, New Blue, Reseda, Green Emerald, from 11/6 to 14/6. IHB MODIFIED MERRY 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. XTISS ARBUCKLBi Telephone 957. M 7 I GOU> MINING NOTICES. "VTEW DART GOLD MINING COMPANY, '«L> LIMITED. Notice Is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Company will be held at Nos. 108 and 109, Victoria Arcade, Auckland, on MONDAY, 3ch April, 1909, at 2.30 p.m., to consider the position of the Company, and to pass, if deemed expedient, the following resolution, vis.:— "That the New Dart Gold Mining Company, Limited, be wound up voluntarily, under the provisions of "The Mining Companies Act, 1904." By order of the Board of Directors. C. F. SANDERS, Acting Secretary. "606T 'PJS& qJJSK 'pnaiqony EDTJCATIONAI.. TVT ° N S - F - JULIAN, ■"-"- OF BRUSSELS. Teacher of Voice Production and Respiration, has removed to No. 37, 2nd Floor, City Chambers (take lift). Voice Trial and Pioapectus free on application. M 399

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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