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PERSONAL. r\ T\ —IN Town Monday, oth. 1 SYONE knowing the whereabouts ut George Empson Barber, last heard of Dargavllle. Sister Florrie anxious.—No. 3. Victorla-lanc, Anckland. Oβ ! A LICK JOHNS.ON, lately .from Wellington.—A Friend from Wellington wishes to see you.—For address, apply Star Office. 1 38 I JpRANK.—Meet us at Kingslanr] Cricket ; Baud is there.—UNO. MISSES BASTEN wish It known that they will commence Practice on Monday, sth April, at 81. Queen-street (next Thorues, Laud Agent), as Accountants, Reporters, Shorthand Writers. Expert Typistes, etc., etc., aud will make a speciality of Ladies Business Affairs. 40 - A 1" ISS 'BURNiSTJTfonns her Customers that . • 4 -' J - she has returned from Wellington, and Resumed Dressmaking Business This .Week. —8. Eden Terrace. 311 ' "DHYSICAL CULTURE in all its branches. ' ■*■ H. G. Lewis has commenced teaching : in Rayner's Buildings, Wellesley-st. West. Classes every evening. Private pupils by arrangement. Terms on application. 'Phone 1247. 82 "VTURSE MILLS, of Cross-st.. has moved . to 11, Upper Uuion-st., off Beresford- ■ 60 ]\XR. SCHIFFER, late of Karangahapc-rd~ I •"-*- Wood-carver, please communicate with Samuel Vaile and Sons, Estate Agents. t Auckland. S9 PROFESSOR iB"eAU'MONT (Psychological ■Institute. Paris). Federal Cluh Rooms. • TO-MORROW, 7 p.m. 'Demonstrations at close of 'Lecture. 72 DR. LONG, of London.—Advice and medl- > cine 5/-. Hours, 10 ajn. to 6 p.m.— - 20, Swauson-st. ii? fl DARK—Clarke Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Black or Brown Hair. Post free, l/t>.— Clarke, Chemist. 116, Yictoria-s't. BRING IT TO LIGHT —-NOAH'S DOVE-" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, ' Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fall. Of Chemists and Stores. . T OVERS of Pets to attend Auction Sale XJ of Pure-bred Persian Cats on April sth. at Smith and Halcombe's Mart, Vic-toria-et. East. . 7 IBTL, Clairvoyant and" Psychometrist, No. 6. Severn-et., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours " 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. 65 ARRIAGE S SOLEMNIZED.—RerI MT Walker can be consulted daily, 80, Howe-st., Auckland. M 367 MUTUAL. LIFE AND CITIZENS' ASSURANCE CO., DTD. 42, Grey-st.. Auckland. March 4th, 190 G. THE SECRETARY, ', THE MUTUAL LIFE AND CITIZENS' ASSURANCE CO.. LTD. DEAR SIR. —I have to acknowledge re- ' ceipt with thanks of your cheque for £).") 6,'. being payment of claim under Policy held by my late husband in your office. I - wish to particularly thank you for your prompt method in settling this claim, and also for your liberality in paying an addi- , tional 12/ bonus in excess of the fane value i of the Policy. I think this is an excellent j result, especially as premium was only 6d weekly, and there was an understatement > of one year in my husband's age when taking out the Policy. Yours faithfully. E. WOOD. ATRONISED BY EVERY VICE-REGAL FAMILY IN AUSTRALASIA. MISS McELWAIN (established 15 years), Specialist in Face and Scalp Massage. Hair- ' dressing. Manicure, Pedicure etc I'EHMA- : NEXT REMOVAL of Superfluous Hair. Fancy Costumes and Wigs for Sale or Hire. Ornamental Hair in stock or made to order. Combings worked to any design. Consultations Free. Correspondence invited.—Address 254, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 • TpOR X<OBS OF HAIR, GreyneßS and All J- Disorders and Diseases of the Hair, consult MISS BACON. Hair Physician and Complexion Specialist. Electric and Vibratory Massage, Chiropody, Halrdresslng, Etc. Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed by : Electric Needle. ■ VICTORIA BUILDINGS, Victoria-st. East. I OR INDIGESTION and Kindred Complaints. try Partington's Whole Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria Flour Mills and Stearu Biscuit Factory, Symonds-et., opp. Cemetery Brldje- , id. Telephone 2552. ' Tir ETAPHY SIC A L HEALING. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL. Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY. P.T.A., PsychoPhysician, CORNER OF STMONDS AND WELLESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2718. M2S3 /-CONSULT ON QKJN A FFECTIONS, r-<HEST AND QIOMACH fpROUBLES. Hundreds of Auckland Reference*. Consultation Free. I Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.30 to 9. 3. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria sts., Auckhnd. , p S O X I A S I S. I think it will be of servjrp to many sufferers, and a mark of well deserved gratitude to Mr Elliott. City Chambers, Auckland, when I state how efficiently I have dreadful skin disease called Psoriasis. My body was in a frightfu/ condition, ulso my legs and arms—where the dlspase first started, and remained for eleven years. I tried, various treatmeuts. All promised much and proved worthless. However, my skin Is now free from any trace of the former complaint. I will be pleased to give full particulars of my case to anyone suffering from similar trouble. Yours gratefntl.v. (Signed) Name and address disclosed, also another case of SO yenrs' standing. J. A. E LLIOTT > CITY CHAMBERS, AUCKLAND. HOTELS. i ~~ rpHI -piNBST -gHEB ON THE AUCKLAND MARKET. Desires to draw the attention of his numerous friends and customers to the Eicellent Condition, of McGAVIN AND CO.'S DUNBDIN ALE, whici Is now. ON DRAUGHT at the THISTLE TTOTEL, QU'E-BN-ST. *•*■ M 453 mH B A NCH O B TT o T B~L (THE SETTLERS' FAMILY HOTEL), CORNER QUEEN AND MARKET STS., CITX. Under New Management. Under New Management. This Old-established and Popular House has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now offers Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tariff: 4/6 per day; 23/ weekly. Market Day Luncheon for Farmers, Tuesdays and Fridays. A First-class Meal for 1/. V. 1A ! I Campbell Ehrenfrled's Champion Pure Ales on Draught. ' All Wines and Spirits True to Name. ;No Women Served on the Premises. ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. Miol i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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