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■ — Our establishment will remain open until 9 o'clock this evening.—Smith and Caughey, Ltd.— (Ad.) PEESONAL, (Continued from Page 1.) TyiLl. the persou who picked up Letter VV in Grey Lynn cur, please drop iuto Post-box. L'rgeut. 134 BiT ASH3IAN, King-st., Newmarket, on* Khyber Pass, IU to o; evenings, appointment. 120 MRS. GREACEN i.uee Miss Yandlej, Furrier and Feather Dresser, a, Mill-st., oil Livi-rpooi-s't, Wo" J 3lAN OS, Horizontal and L plight, Kroailwuoa, Bluinuer, Erard, Pieyel, Lipp, Eavesuin', Allison. — E. aud Is". Piano Agency. Ltd. -\T LTAF±il' SIC A L IiLALI.NG. jjISEASE AND ITS CAUSES BEING ME-NTAL, Material "lteineuies" ouly relieve temporarily. Consult MR hE.-.ltl, P.T.A., Psychophysician, CUli.Mitt uF SYMONDS AND \< ELLESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2f13. M.2SS LOSS OF HAIR, Greyness and All ■ Disorders uud Diseases oi the Hair, consult Micjo i>ACU-S, iioiu- i'liybieiaii ana Complexion Specialist. ruectric anu \ibiutory Massage, Chiropody, Hairdressiug, Etc. aupernuous Hair Permanently Removed by Electrlc Needle. VICXUBIA JiLiLDINGS, Vlctoria-st. East, "DATBOXISED BY EVERY VICEREGAL S- b'AMiLY IN AUSTRALASIA, MISS McELWAIN lestabiisked 10 years), Specialist in Face and Sca.p Massage, liairdressing. Manicure, Pedicure, etc. PERMANENT REMOVAL o£ Supemuous Hair. Fancy Costumes and Wigs lor Sale or Hire. Ornamental Hair In stock or umae cv order. Combings worked to any design. Consultations i ree. Correspondence invited. —Address 254, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 ON~ QK.IN A FFECTIONS, pHEST AXD QTOMACU mROTJBJ.ES. Hundreds of Auckland References. Consultation Free. Hours: 10 to 1, 3 to 5. Evenings: Tuesday and Saturday, 7.b0 to 9. J. A. ELLIOTT, City Chambers, Corner Queen and Victoria stfi., Aucki/ind.

WANTED. (Continued from Page 1.) PLANTED, a smart Young Man for bush '» farm.-Apply Moth's. (Si, Pitt-st. 140 r\f ANTED, near Queen-st., a two-roomed »'» Cottage; suit one persou.—R.S., Parlell P.O. 144 rX7ANTEI>. a Secondhand Orion stove, » » must be in good order. — Address Orion IS2, Star Uflice, 12 f U/ANTED, respectable Girl for worlT »» room.—Apply W. Speddiug, nest Cemeery, ILarangahape-rd. [XJAXTED to t-e'll, a I'uny Gig and Ilar- • » n-ss. iv first-i-lass condition. — Apply K.Y.Z.. loti. Star Office. t\7ANTKD to Sell, large, well-made Trunk. *' best Loudon make: new last November: cheap.—Apply Star Office. 124 rXTANTIiI), a respectable Young Woman >> for Washing. Monday, half Tuesday, 5/ per day.—Hellier House, Grey-st. 15U rSTANTEP, 6 good men for earth work.— »l Apply on Tuesday morning, with shovel, G. Knight, New-rd., near Epsom Hotel. 152 VyAXTEK. by young lady with b' vea-.s » • experience, would take in Ladies' Underclothing and Blouses.-Apply Tern. pnhi. New North-road. Glenmore. 14." TTTANTED for Waiuku Hotel. Ilousemalc > V waitress, IT/U; also man able to mill and make himself useful about house auc garden. —Apply at once. Albion Hotel. 13; VS7ANTED to Kent, furnished. :; or 4-rooin~ 'V ed Cottage, or Slz-gle and Double Fur nished Bedrooms, with use of all couveu; ences: must be central. — Address Albert, 185. Star office. Y\JA NTETJ. Generally ParneU. Bemuera, Vt Epsom, lady and gentleman only; Rens uera, 3 only, 15': Stanley -Point, others; House Parlourmaid. Symonds-st.; also, Epsom: Waitress, boarding house; House maid-Waitress, hotel, Helensville. Open un til eight this evening; closed Monday.—Sirs Arthur, S'rand.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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