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_ SHIPPING. JJUDDABT — pAEKER j INE . PAJOUKI2J! PASSENGER SEBVICB. Circumstances permitting. Steamers will Sail as under; — FROM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDKEI. " ondfl y I Apr. 5 I 5.30 p.m. WIMMERA .. Monday | Apr. 19 j 5.30 p.m. F £se G J^SP NE - NAPIER, WELLING-" _TON. LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDIN. VICTM?/ ••■• Tuesday I Apr. 6j 3 p.m. VICTORIA Tuesday I Apr. 20 I 3 p.m. No cargo received after Noon. FBOM WELLINGTON^ FOR SYDNEY. RIVERIKA Frlday | AprU ld „ FOB MELBOURNE. ___VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBABT. ULIMAROA ■ ■ | Thursday | April g> t mo^^SSUS and alongside, UNESEHEEWISE L£J STATED, not less toe HOUKS b efore advertised sailing All Tickets for Stop-ovei- or Return mutually exchangeable with the Union ComL- D. NATHAN AND CO., LTD., Agents. rj\HE TYSER LINE, I p"*"Sßlf¥i3 S.S. NIWARU. Consignees are requested to present Bills of Lading, pay freight (If any), and take delivery of their cargo. AU cargo is at consignees' risk after leaving ship's tackles, and If not promptly removed, will be stored at their risk and expense. Any cargo landed ln a damaged condition must be examined, and claim settled prior to its removal. No claim will be recognised after the removal of cargo, nor for 6hort-landed cargo, unless lodged at the office of the undersigned within seven days after steamer's departure (see terms of Bill of Lading). Captain Hollis. will not be responsible for any debts contracted by his crew. HEATHER, ROBERTON, AND CO., Agents. Auckland, oth April, 1909. ES.XD A. MAIL, LINE TO MANILA. • CHINA, AND JAPAN, FROM AViATBALIA. . __._ Leave Sydney. ALDENHAM, 3SOB tone April 10th, 1909 Monthly thereafter. Saloon accommodation amidships. Large, cool, two-berth cabins, nil on the upper deck, and fitted with electric fans. Through bookings to Canada, the United States, and Europe. For freight or passage, apply direct to RUSSELL & SOMERS. Customs-st. West. tFaipara jJTEAMSHIP t -jj*^ ! ™ w /COMPANY. ALTEBATION OF TIME-TABLE. WAIROA SERVICE. On and after MONDAY, the 22nd inst the Present Time-table will be CANCELLED. Steamers will run as follows:— Leave Helensville. Leave Dargaville. Monday, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday, 6 a.m. Thursday, 10 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. NOTE. —The Company's Ticket will be available for return by the Sellnrs-Allen Company Steamer, leaving Helensville for Dargaville at 10 a.m. Saturdays, and leaving Dargaville for Helensville on Sundays at 5 p.m., aud vice versa. B. C. HAMMOND, Manager. March 17. 1909. ± . C3ELLAES-ALLEN LINE. The s.s. TUIRANGI will leave Helensville EVERY SATURDAY at 10 a.m. (after arrival 7 a.m. Train from Auckland), returning from Dargaville SUNDAY, ait 5 p.m. Tickets interchangeable with the Kaipara S.S. Co. OTAMATEA SERVICE. Steamer leaves Helensville for OTAMATEA PORTS, MONDAYS aud THURSDAYS, 10 a.m., after arrival of 7 a.m. train from Auckland, returning to Helensville Tuesdays aud Fridays. G. SELLARS. Master. 11404 PERSONAL. A LICK JOHNSON, lately from Wellington. —A Friend from Wellington wishes to see you.—For addiess, apply Star Office. 38 FRANK.— Meet ns at Klngsland Cricket Ground ou Sunday Afternoon; Garrison Baud ls there.—UNO. WILL Gentleman who witnessed discussion .between 'Inspector and Conductor on Heme Bay car on the 10th ult. kindly leave address Star Office at once}—J.R., Hi, Star Office. 42 DR. LONG, of Londou.—Advice aud medicine 5/-. Hours, 10 aon. to 6 p.m.— 20, Swauson-st. IT HELEN - BURNABY, Gynaecologist, Specialist Ladles' Complaints. Consultation Free. — StlJomness," 72, Vln-cent-st., opp. Pltt-st. Hours, 10 to 4; evenings. * MRS FOLLAS, Practical Midwife, Cray-croft-st., Devonport, has Vacancies for ladies during accouchement; every convenience; very private. Terms moderate. XJUBSE MILLS, of Cross-st., has moved -l-N to 11, Upper Union-st., off Beiesfordst. 60 EEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores Youthful Colour to Black or Brown Hair. Post free, 1/(5.— Clarke, Chemist, 116, Vlctorla-st. BRING IT TO LIGHT —"NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fail. Of Chemists and Stores. ICTURES to riease at Prices to Please Better—Sale Travellers' Samples at Chandler nnd Co.'s, High-st. M4U3 MADAME AZUCKNA, the Gifted Clairvoyant, 73, West-sl, near St. Benedict"; Church, Newton. Ladies only. 161 SIBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychoinetrlst, No. 6, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours 2 till 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. 05 ATBONiSEDTfY~EVEITY"vTcE-REGAL FAMILY IN AUSTRALASIA. MISS McELWAIN (established IS years), Specialist lv Face and Scalp Massage. Hairdressing. Manicure, Pedicure, etc. PERMANENT REMOVAL of Superuuous Hair. Fancy Costumes aud Wigs tor S;Ue or Hire. Ornamental Hair in stock or made co order. Combiugs worked to any design. Consultations Free. Correspondence invited. —Address 2.V1, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 230 F' — and Kindred Complaints try Partington's Whole Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria FlSur Mllis aud Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-st., opp. Cemetery Brldgerd. Telephone 2552. tii-ETA PHYSICAL HEALING. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, P.T.A., PsychoPhysician, CORNER OF SYMONDS AND WJiLLESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2<lß. zl-ba /CONSULT UN QKIN '"\ FFECTIONS, AND QTOMACH rpROUBi'.ES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.00 to J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria sts.. Auek/ind. UALITY TELLS' PRICE SELLS— Saucepans and Teapots in great variety, seliug at less than lauded cost.— T. D. McNab, Symond6-st., The Cheapest Grocer in Auckland. |

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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