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AUCTTOHS. L. Wallis. (R. Wallls. L. AND R. W ALLIS ' , Af\ "pLLIOTT-ST. (Late Meat Market), Will Sell by Auction, TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, At 11 a.m. sharp. T>OCLTRY, PRODUCE, FURNITURE. A. E. MACREDIE, Auctioneer. TENDERS. TENDERS invited until Noon, TUESDAY, ISth lust, for Erecting Cottage. Northcote. Plans at Christie's, Oolw.lll Bids., Swanson-st. ITY OF AUCKLAND. TENDERS. Tenders Willi be received in Town Clerk's Office, up till 4 p.m. on THURSDAY, 22nd April, 1909, for the Supply for Three Years of the followins:— 1. Bookbinding for the Auckland Free Public Library. 2. Supply of Papers, etc., for the Auckland Free Public Library aud the Leys Institute. 3. Supply of Books for the Auckland Free Public Library and the Leys Institute. Specifications may be seen at the Librarian's Offlce Wellesley-st. HENRY W. WILSON, Town Clerk. April sth. 19C9. ELECTORAL. MOUNT EDF.N BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE RATEPAYERS No. 3 WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, At the request of a large number of Electors I Lave decided to offer myself as a Candidate for one of the Seats at the forthcoming Election, nnd now ask the Electors generally for their sympathy and support. Should you elect mc as one of your Representatives I shall always endeavour to promote the welfare of the district generally, and No. 3 Ward particularly. Yours faithfully, DAVID MEIKLE. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on Sunday, Gold Cable Bracelet; between tram barn and Three Lamps. —Reward, Star Office. 103 LOST, on the Mt. Eden-rd., between Prospect Rise and Pencnrrow-avenue, a Gold Brooch, wlhh three moonstones on bar.— .Reward, Ewlngton and Baker, corner of Durham-st. and Queen-st. * 83 LOST, In Grey Lynn ear, a Leather Purse containing 5 single fl notes, £2 in gold, silver £1; also, a Fire Brigade Art Union Ticket, No. 55. and receipt for 1/; reward.— Apply Burrage, Grocer. Grey Lynn t::im terminus. WANTED, a competent iDady Help, to assist with children and sewing.—Apply ' Mrs. F. Wilson Smith, Sylvan-avenue, Mt. Eden. 114 TO BAiK'ERS^— Wanted, a Jobber, for a few days.—George Smerdon, Baker, Newmarket.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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