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WANTED. TSfANTED to Sell, Furniture o£ 6-roomed » » House, nearly new.—Apply Star Offle°. 66 TTTTANTED, Buyers, Glass Jam Jars, 21b, TT 1/6 doz.—Hildreth and Son, Vietoria-st. W. M3tH YK7ANTED to Sell, Dress Suit, 21/; height » » oft oin, chest 35.—Apply -'A.Z.," 731, Star Office. 126 ANTED to Sell-Parker's Best Iron, new, 10 sft., 0 6ft., 1 9ft.—34, Prospectterrace, Ponsonby. lie ■O7ANTED to Buy, Perambulator; must be * » in good order.—Address "Registry," So, Manukau-rd. rXTED,- 1000 Men to hear Harle and Co., to-morrow, Wharf, on " April Fools in St. James's Hall." 114 VTyANTED, a young married couple to ' ' share House in Devonport; every conveniencp.—Apply Star Office. 7 \X7ANTE~D to Let, 5-Roomed House, at- '' tached to shop.—Apply 227, Karanga-hnpe-rd., Newton. Rent, 15/. 02 TX/ANTED to Purchase, small and llsht T » Yacht Dinghy, capable of holding 3 persons.—Apply L., Star Office. Investors for businesses of " * various kinds, in good working order. —Mrs. Bennett, 85, Manukau-rd. WANTED.— Auction Sales at Private Itel sidences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'I'hone 122. MlO to Purchase, House, 6 roomsT » * all eoavenlences, Ponsonby, ■ 'harbonr sJde.—Address House, 656, Star Office. TXTANTED to Purchase. Second-hand Fur- * * nlture, good repair not eesentlal.— Send address to Kilkran, 732, ,Star Office. 134 TX7ANTED, Hundreds of Men on Sunday. *' 3 p.m.. East-st. Hall. Speaker, Mr. F. G. Ewlngtou.—Auckland Brotherlood P.S.A. 20 VITANTED to Sell. Ebonite and Silver * » Oboe, in flrst-clasi order.—J. K. Williamson, Mnslcail Instrument Repairer 410, Queen-st. . 84 VITANTED, Invalid's Chair; secondhand "* and in good condition; to be propelled by Invalid^--Particulars and price to Chair, 62, Star Office. i TXTANTED Buy. small House, any »' locality, urgently; small deposit, balance as arranged.—Address Money Tied. 728,JStar Office. 102 WASTED to Sell. Residence of 7 rooms', "• every convenience; situated best part RusseH-st., Stanley Bay; large allotment. Apply Star pace. VXTANTED to Buy. Old Gold, Sllve7T~Mls~- * " fit and Left-o£f Clothing, Boots Tools, etc. Best cash prices.—D. McPherson, 132, Vlctorla-st. W. W a:s ' ted — T " r ° It into money by sending * * to the oldest, largest, and most central Auction Rooms in the city.—Cochrane's, Ltd., 199, Queen-st. TX7ANTED to Sell, Singer's Treadle SewT » Ing Machines; gi«d working order; some only In use 2 munths.—R, Greer, 3.3, Douglas-st., Poasonby. 98 \X7ANTED. a Bnj-er. 4 larse Rooms, almost » » new; level corner section; good locality, near Id sect. £50; 15/ per week.—Address Pushed, 7Jf, Star Office. 101 Y\7ANTED-~-N urses and others to note »» that we stock Ladies' Celluloid Collars and Cuffs.—Twlname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queen : st. VV'iSTKD, House, 7TJoaisTcouveaiEncea: '* section. 60 x 2<M; two minutes from car; Mt. Eden or Reinuera preferred.—Paracu'.ars to t'.A.B.. 61. Star Office. 2 WANTED, Oll~Lamicb, from 16ft to 24ft, US-It draught. In good condition, aad by gotxl make of engine, and all_partl-culaTß.—Cash, 80, Star Office;. • 32 "ANTE"d~Known—Twiname and Baker. Tailors, Mercers. •• Herald" Buildings, have a large selection of Coatings, Suitings and Trouserings for the coming season. VITANTED, Tram Conductors to note we »» have large selection of Ccl luloid Collars, Cuff Protectors, Curls, Fronts, etc. —Twiname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queen-st. VXTAXTBD—J. wTiliam?, WyndhanT-TTT * » e.'td. 43 years.—Lawn Mowers Sharpened and cdjusted; also. All Kinds of Saws, Tools, and Cutlery Hammered, Snarpenod. and !?et.—Opposite <J;is OtD'-e. 16 VXTANT.ED. -Just arrived—Rainproof "pver- »» coats, 25/, i,T, 6. H.: ■; a spien-aid iine; weli worth inspecting; ues: value in town.— J. Green, oppo. Km, May uate-. &7 VS7ANTED", Barbe-rs to Buy Two Chairs •» (Aicher*), £5 and £0 eacn, nearly new, One Mirror, aud painted Sa>ovn Door. —J. Green, opp. uaies. 97 aud Navy Cnshnukable i''lauii£.s. o/t> and i/w, tue best value in the Dominion; exchanged if found to shrink.—J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. 97 VX^ANTED.— Just opened, ex s.s. Paparoa *' — aou Firemen s> Trousers, 7/6; Jackets, 7/, 10/; Silk Caps, 1/; a good Trousers lor 6/11.— J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. yr TENANTED, Men's Tweed trousers, 4/11, ' » 6/11, 7/11, 8/6; Men's Shot. Flannels, 2/11; Leather Shirts. 2/11; Harvard Shirts, S/B; Denim Trousers, 2/11. 3/11. 4/6; Cotton Socks, t>d pair.—J. Green, opp. Railway Gates. 97 ANTE;D—Save your~money by buying Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads ana Ftirjiiture of Every Description from cheapest House ih the City— Cochrane s, Ltd., Complete House Furnishers antl Auctioneers, 199, Queen-st. ' M 430 WA N T E D, Everyone to have tbe Best and Save Money on VENETIAN BLINDS. EDEN TEBRACE. Two Doors Below Masonic Hall. TUCKER TDKOS., Venetian Blind Mauers -■-» and Wire Workers. Telephone 1637. rX7 ANTED KNOWN. We buy Books, Magazines, and Music of all kinds. Wanted to Buy, Sixpenny Paper Novels, any quantity; must be clean and complete. Note Address—TUE BOOK EXCHANGE. 10 Victoria-st., next Central Hotel. MIS 7 ANTED KNOWN. A. L. S JIITH AXD S°- vs, DENTISTS. HOBSON-ST. (Opposite St. Matthew's Church). SUPPLY UPPER OK LOWER SETS OF TEETH from Two Guineas. Good Fit Guaranteed. Your Old Sots of Teeth Rercade Open from 6 to 8 Every Evening for PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. rrj ANTED J£ N O W A' IT WILL BE TRUE ECONOMY ON THE PART OF ALL FOOTBALLERS To Inspect OUK LARGE STOCK OF -pOOTBALL "DOOTS, From 6/11 to 12/6. Absolutely the Best Values on the Market. W TT OLDSWORTH AND S ON ' LTD. 12, VICTORIA-STREET. M 156 YX7 ANTED KNOWN— "RELIANCE QOiIPANY QOEEN-ST., over Smeeton's. ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS BY XEW PBOCKSS. FEE "J / GAS EXTRACTIONS. Administration 2/6. Hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 7 to S each evening. OPEN EVEBY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. •■ Has,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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