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EDUOATIONAI,. Q TOHN'S /"COLLEGIATE OCHOOD. " THE PAH." BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. S. SMALLFIELD. Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Half Term begins ou MONDAY, March 22. Telephone 729. M 312 CONVERSATIONAL CLASSES J- (Elementary and Advanced) limited to a small number of ladies and gentlemen, and conducted by PARISIAN GRADUATE PROFESSOR •-GOUIN PSYCHOLOGICAL METHOD." The, not easy, rapid, ami practical sysiem ever applied 1.. ;h.- .celling „• Languages. WILL I'O.MM i:\Clv D.N WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 7.:t0 p.m.. At Hie GIH'IX SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, RAYNER'S AMERICAN BUILDING, WELI.I'.SI.EY-ST. WEST. AUCKLAND (Nearly opposite the Federal Hall). TERMS: »•/ d'ER COUItSK. 32 i>IANOFORTE HARMONY" AND THEORY MRS R. 1". WALKER llntc Principal of Napier Pianoforte School. Pupil of 11 err Michael Ha mboiirg. i IS I" RE PA RED To RECEIVE PUPILS. For terms, etc. apply - COUPTON. MACMCRUAY-UOAD (oft St. Mark's-roaiii. REMUERA. Or, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PIANO AGENCY, LID., 101. OUEKN-STRI-.F.T. M.'i Or. Sell DDL Ol'' D I il'.S SMAKiNG.- -M iss to Reiil. Wellesleyst. Classes for Practical Dressmaking. Daily, except Wednesday afternoon; Evenings, Tuesday ami Friday. M 491 TMPERTaTT OF DRES3- ---_. CUTTING COLLEGE. 25, CITY CHAMBERS. Only Gold .Medal nt the recent London Exhibition was awarded to the IMPERIAL CHARTS. Classes daily, except Friday Afternoon. I'rucii.-al Dressmaking taught. Lake Takapuna: Class Friday Afternoons. Intending pupils please communicate with 2:.. City Chambers. Pi-incipal: MiSS R. A. BAGLEY, Sole Representative for Imperial Charts. MSO BOOTS AND SHOES. *£ JOHNSTON BROS. '' Offer a very large selection of Boots and Shoe- at Lowest Cash Pib-es. TOHNSTON BROS. Si il Mru'M and Women's Goloshes and Fct Ms. ill usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines in Fell Slippers big-varieiy. | JOHNSTON BROS. '' Keep Inrse stocks of T.in Goods. Impolll'd and local: good quality. I TOHNSTON BROS. j*' Offer Ladies' Evening Shoes, from 3,11. Gents.' from .". li; many price.-,. 1 JOHNSTON BROS. Show- Mens Lace Pn.-.is from 0.0 to 2.'.. ; qua.lly good; pikes iow. M 172 HOTELS. T HE ANCHOR TXOTEL (THE SETTLERS' FAMILY HOTEL), CORNER QUEEN AND MARKET STS., CITI. Under New Management. Under New Management. This Old-established and Topulnr nouse has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now oirers Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tariff; 4,0 per day; 20/ weekly. 1 Market Day Luncheon for Farmers. Tuesdays and Fridays. A. l-n-sL-cass .Vl'eal ror 1/. V, 1/. Campbell EhrenfrH-el'f Champion Pure Ales ou Draught. All Wines and Spirits True to Name. No Women Served on the Premises. ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. M4OT rriHE jmi NEST DEES ON THE AUCKLAND MARKET. T3OB 'Desires to draw the attention of his numerous friends and customers to the Excellent Condition of McGAVIN AND CO.'S DUNEDIN ALE, which Is now ON DRAUGHT at the rpHISTLE TTOTEL, QUEEN-ST. M4j3 TENDERS. T N li A X X It I I' T c Y. ESTATE OF WILLIAM HENRY YOUNG OF ROTORUA. GRAIN MERCHANT. ' j Tenders will b ( . received nt mv Office Customs street West. Auckland, up'io N,,0,i of WEDNESDAY, lite 2Mn day of \nrll P.'iio, for ilj All my right, title, and interc>| in the Lease „f a iO-Adc Sceiloii. being Section 72. Suburbs of Roiorua. valued 121 All my right. title, and interest ill Hie Lease of a l'l-Acr • Section, being Section 7:: Suburbs of Rot.oriia, valued lit 75 II 0 (.1) All my right, title and interest in the sub-lease of n (Jiiaitei-acie Section. in Hardy's Block. Piririki-sL. close 10 railway, valued at 20 1.1 q I ill All my right, title and interest In Ihe Lease of a 15----.\rro Section, in Malfroy. road, valued at 20 0 n I A Deposit in Cn>h or n Bank Cheque equM to 20 per cent of the amount tendered must accompany each Tender. Terms and Conditions of Tender may he j seen at my' Office, and at ihe Store. Feiitonstreet. Koroma, where copies of the Leases may be inspected. The highest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. HUGH GERARD. Acting Official Assignee. Auckland, Bth April, 1009.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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