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rosT Aim rouwp. LOST, League of the Cross Medal.—Reward for same at Cambria House, 13, Vlncent-st. . 34 LOST, ln town, Monday last, Silver Watch and Gold > nnln; nnder rewarded. — R. J. Laird, Tyrone Bldgs., Customs-st. 102 LOST. 10/ reward, Silk Bag, containing owl purse and theatre tickets.—Apply Mrs. 11. 6. Philcox, Churton-st, Parnell. 20 OST, to-day, possibly in tram, between Welliugtou-st. and Bank of N.Z., two £5 Notes, -knotted separately; -reward £2.— Waurwright, Bookstall, Auckland station. 75 FOR SALE. (Continue* from Page 2.) FOR SALE, National Cash Register.—Apply W. Stevens, Khyber Pass. 30 OB SALE, 16ft BoatT" with sail, oarsT anchor, moorings, cover, etc.; also. Oft Dinghy; both In first-class order.—Address Boat, 443, Star Office. 43 OR SALE, strong J-Ton Cart, £13 10/; Pony Cart, £11; Harness, £3; B.F. Gig, £13 10/; Saddle aud Bridle, new, £3 10/.— Morley's, Dunham-street. 55 OB SALE, 90 Acres Native Bush, lot 45, parish of Wuitakerei, Henderson. West Coast-rd., Just past city, water supply; 40/; ! quarter-cash.—C. Wright, Papakura. 21 APANESE Postcards, splendid variety, unique series, 1/6 per dozen, postage extra. -iSpecUil prise to -trade.—Apply H. Geoghegan,' W'hangarei. jpOK—FOB SALE, nicely-fitted Confec3J£d%i tlonery Stock, included about £30 worth; good cause for leaving.—Apply Star Office. 53 A~ LEASEHOLD "FARM, 1300 Acres, In a great sheep couutiy; good for root crops; ten years at 2/0 per acre, ten years 3/6. —East and East, opp. G.P.O.

UNCLASSIFIED ADYT3. TO y METHODIST FOBWABD •* J - MOVEMENT. GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT—GREAT COMBINED YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETINGS lv Pitt-st. Methodist Church, commencing 8 p.m. Bey. G. S. Cook, Chairman. Speakers: Mrs. Armltage (President N.Z. Young Women's H.C. Union) and the Rev. A. B. Chappell (Organising Secretary of the B.C. Movement). Musical Items. ALEXANDER TTINDEB, M.8., B.Cb., B.Sc, F.R.C.S., Eng., Surgeon Begs to announce that he is Commencing the Practice of his Profession at HTJLME COURT, MANUKAU-RD., PARNELL. Home hours: 9-10 a.m., 1.30-2.30 p.m., 7-8 p.m. Office hours: Sharland's Pharmacy, 11-12 a.m. Le Quesne, Chemist, Ponosnby: 2.30-3.30 p.m. 45 1 pOLO. pOLO. pOLO. I*r i r S3L • rOI.O SPORTS AND RACES To be held at • tSy ALEXANDRA PARK, #»' On SATURDAY, APRIL 17th. Real Good Programme. POLO CUP. Four furlongs. the uudersigned, beg to notify our Clients that our Warehouses WILL BE CLOSED for the EASTER HOLIDAYS, , from THIS EVENING until TUESDAY 1 MORNING NEXT. W. PHILLIPPS AND SON. HILL AND PLCMMEB, LTD. IMPEY, LTD, (a mHE WAREHOUSE OF THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE CLOSED for the Easter Holidays on FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and MONDAY. HEATHER, ROBERTON AND CO. 68 BS. B. L. PERKINS, late of Chrlstchurch and Palmereton North, Teacher of Psychometiy and Clairvoyance.—Readings given Daily at Rayner's Bldgs., Wel-lesley-sL M 517 ADEMOISELLE ULYSSES, Trance Medium, Clalrvoyahte, Crystal Seer, . Psychometrlat, at 161, Nelson-st., St. James'! Square. Hours:. U a.m. to 9.30 p.m. Holi-. days Included. A NY Person about to vacate ft 4, 5, or 6- «• roomed House will receive a smnll premium by advising 8.F.A., 413, Star Office. j 67 WANTED, a Slaughter Man and a Rlderout for Napier.—Apply at once, Teas-' dale,,' Victoria-st. : ISITORS to Auckland durJVg Easter Holidays cap obtain firstd'ass Accommodation at "Chatsworth," 54,'\Fynyard-st., city; good table and every convenience. 76 ANTED, good General, by the end of month; two ln family.—Call after 6, Mrs. Hector Pierce, VBickleigh," Knyuer Pagg-rd. 77 VX7ILL Person seen picking up Purse 2.30 '» p.m., opp- Batkln'B, Newton, return tame to Gray, 13, Liverpool-st.? Reward.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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