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PUBLIC NOTICES. "rpHE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE CONrJ-„„ SOLIDATION ACT, 1894." 1 3 7-r? STATE Oi' JAMES CRAIG. OF DECE X A L SED rELEGHAPH All Creditors and other persons having Claims against the above estate are hereby required to send to the District Agent of the Public Trustee, at Auckland, on or before the 26th day of May, 1909, full particulars thereof in writing, with a Statement of their Accounts and the nature of these curities (If any) held by them And notice is hereby given that in default thereof they will be excluded from the distribution of the above estate about to be made under section 47 of the above Act All moneys payable to the abeve estate may be lodged to the credit of the Public Trustees account at any postal money-or-der office, or paid to E. F. Warren. Esq District Agent of the Public Trustee J. W. POYNTON,' „ ~,. „. Public Trustee. Public Trust Office. Wellington, 3oth .March. 1909. QITY OF AUCKLAND. COLLECTION OF REFUSE. Householders are reminded that, owing to the Easter Holidays, the Refuse usually Collected on Fridays and Mondays will be Collected on THURSDAY, Bth inst., and TUESDAY, 13th inst., respectively. HENRY W. WILSON, Town Clerk. April 6, 1909. JT.O-TICE is hereby given that the land described in the Schedule hereto was taken under the provisions of the Public Works Act. 3905, for the purposes of a "-ourtnouse by a proclamation published in Gazette No.' 23 of 2oth -March, 1909. SCHEDULE. The parcel of land taken:— ; 1 i i |||| «° I§| j I tI§I = j I t 1 E ■ tj 1 -j-. A R P~~[ 0 0 0.9 Allotment ( -Red | City of Auck--28, part | land OBlock of Sec- I I VI'IL, Rangl- \ tion 4 1 j toto Survey j District). In the (Land District of Auckland; as the same is more particularly delineated on the plan marked P.W.D. 24011, deposited in the office of the Minister of Public Works, at Wellington, in the Provincial District of Wellington, aud thereon coloured as aiiove. 11. J. H. BLOW, Under .Secretary for Public Works. Public Works Department, ■Wellington, April 5, 1909. Q.ROCERIES. TYNE BROS, PONSONBY-ROAD. 'Phone 2075. 51bs Washing Soda, 3d. 3 Tins Pineapple, lid. Best Baking Powder, 1/ per lb. Dates, 31bs for 1/. Tea, large leaf, 1/ per lb. M 346 rpo (SHIPMASTERS AND "yACHTSIn cennection with our Ship Chandler;' Department, we have just completed our large Is'ew Sail i.oft, and are in a most favourable position to turn out First-class , Work with dispatch. The Loft is under the supervision of the Well-known Maker MR BOONSTKA, who will give all ordeis his personal attention. Quotations aud Estimates for Sails, Refitting, etc., on application. -V7-ACHT TX7OBK A SPECIALITY. TOHN TDURNS -AND T TD., SHIP CHANDLERS AND SAILMAKERS, CUSTOMS AND COMMERCK STS., AUCKLAND. GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS.—Our New Season's Seeds are now to hand. Write for samples and prices.—Arthur Yates and Co. M 384 QTiB BRAND MULLET—See Yon Get rpo HARD-WORKED WOMEN. We only -*- ask yon to give One Bottle of WILWORSH a trial, and prove to yourselves no rubbing or soaking required. Washing costs 3d. THE Brand, New Zealand Dairy Association, Limited, is guaranteed of the Finest Quality of Table Butter. OHOL'LD Germany rule New Zealand? KJ Call and ask H. Wood, 29, Ponsonby. road, and he will show you Sideboards, Wardrobes, Dressing Chests, Washstands, Hall Stands, etc., at the lowest prices. 70 LEVEL PIANOS, Horizontal and Uprlght. — Sole Agents, English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. — S. Coldicutt, Manager. OTORISTS, Why Buy New Tyres when we can Repair or Retread yours, and save many pounds?—Skeates' Tyre Co.. Al-bert-st. M5lO HOTOGRA~BHEatS, Amateur or I'rofessional.—JTor -everything Photographic forward your orders, stating your own price, to Jones and Coleman's Auction Sale, 144, Queen-st., Auckland. M 269 ISH — FISH — FISU — Finest Quality. Lowest Prices at Sandford's Fish Market, opposite Custom House, Retail. Phone 658. ASTONISHED! After using WTLWORSH, to find clothes pearly white, without rubbing or soaking; and how much longer they wear. Washing costs 3d. ADIES' Leather Belts in Stock or Made to Order; all shapes and colours; aiso, Petersham Ribbon Beits, leather covered buckles and well eye-letted, etc. —J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd., 175, Queen-st. AND F. PIANO AGENCS, LTD.— • Most Varied Stock, Best Value, and Terms. — S. Coldicutt, Manager, near Theatre. PERSONAL. —Just Opened, a splendid range of Hard, Soft, and Frame Hats, also splendid range of Caps. See windows. —Tutt's, Symonds-st. X? OT 111/ - NEW PIANOS, iron frame, 3J£ i lw, check action. —E. and F. Piano Agency, Ltd., 191, Queen-st- S. Coldicutt, Manager. EASONABLE FRUIT.—Best Quality at Lowest Prices.—Sairford's Fruit and Fish Market, opposite Custom House. Phone 638. FOUND SOMETHING GOOD. Clothes last longer, no labour, rubbing, .-or soaking, when WILWOSSH Is used. Washing costs 3d. ABSOLUTELY Cheapest Creamery Butter for the table all the year round. — New Zealand Dairy Association. Ltd. Q 1 UALITY TELLS, PKICE SELLSBroken Leaf Tea, 9d per lb; Family Tea, 1/2 per lb; Ceylon Tea, 1/6 per lb; Our Best Blended, 1/10 per lb. —McNab, The Cheapest Grocer In Auckland. M 237 PRESENTS in Collar Boxes, Tie Cases, Purses, Ladles' Handbags, Squaw-bags, Jewel Cases, Travelling Cases, Belts, Wrist Purses, Card Cases, Shaving Companions, Mirrors, Bottle Cases, Sovereign Cases, Cutlery, etc., etc. — J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd., 175, Queen-st. HYTE, Optician and Chemist, has the largest stock of Spectacles and Aritificial Eyes in the city. QUALITY TELLS, PRICE SELLS— Sago, 61bs, 1/; Tapioca, 61bs, 1/; Rice, 51bs, 1/; Cornflour, 3d per !b.— McNab. Symonds-st., The Cheapest Grocer In M 237 RICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES — English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager. EBSONAL— Dear Marie, where have you been? Only up at Tutt's .buying dada some new Ties. Collars, etc. OUSEHOLDERS, see that your grocer supplies you with New Zealand Dairy Association's (Limited) Butter. lANOS AND ORGANS Exchanged for Better Ones. — English and foreign Piano Agency Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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