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LOSTC;_m> "FOUND. OST. Saturday, iv Wellesley-st. East, Black Voile Skirt—Reward, 205, Hob-son-st. 42 LOST, Saturday night, between Shortlnnd and Queen sts.. Brown Bag, containing sovereign, small change, and key.—Reward, Star Office. 22 T OST, by working man, on Saturday night, between Court's and Richmbnd-rd., Purse containing about £4. Reward.—Star Office". LOST, Saturday night, in Karangahape-rd.. a Gold Enameled Brooch, with grey hair in front and back; valued (a gift from a dead mother). —Reward at 14, Ponsonbyid. ' 23 OST. Saturday, Flat UoUl Bangle, betweeu (Jueen-st. and Ponsonby, or ia car; reward.—A.B.C. Tea Rooms, next Tonson Gariick. Queen-st. 46 LOST, rive weeks ago, a Fox Terrier Dog, with black eye, near Karangahape-rd., Newton.—Will detainer kiudly return to Water Gas C 0. ,( Newton. Reward. 45 TIIAYED, from "Fir Grove," Gladstone.rd., Parnell, Dark Brown Horned Cow. Reward.—A. G. Graham. WANTED. ANTED, a smart Youug Girl for the pantry.—Apply C.C.C., High-st. 43 VSJANTED to Sell, cheap, 1 Combination » ~ Pram, nearly new. —Apply Star Office. WANTED, a good Window Cleaner.— Apply Auckland Cleaning Co., 80, Frankliu-rd. 50 2 Women Cooks. country * * hotels, 25/; go to-morrow evening; generals 10/. 15/.—Warren's Agency, 26, High-st. 'Phone, 2692. TO7AXTED, by middle-aged man, Job as * » handy man: wages no object where good home is provided.—Reply Handyman. 452. Star Office. 47 BOARD AND "RESIDENCE. "T7-ACANCIES for 2 or 3 Respectable » Boarders in private family, within penny section. —Apply No. 50, Union-st. 35 FURNISHED - Single Front Room vacant; term-* moderate.—Mrs Phillips, No. 9, Lower Nelson-st. 44 rpo LET, by young~~married couple, nice - 1 - Single Bedroom, good locality; cheap to respectable young lady in business.—Apply Star Office. * BOROUGH NOTICES. . "DOROUG-H OF DEVONPORT. ELECTION OF MAYOR. ,In pursuance of "The Municipal CorporaI tions Act. 1908," and "Local Elections and Polls Act, 1905," and Amendments thereof. Public Notice is hereby, given that the ■Election to elect one duly qualified person for the office'as Mayor of the Borough of Devonport. will take place on WEDNESj DAY, the 2Sth day of April, 1900. ! Nomination Papers will be received, if signed by two duly qualified electors of the Borough, and by a duly qualified .candidate, lin token of assent to such nomination, addressed to the undersigned, and delivered on or before noon of the 22nd day of April, 1909, at the Office of the Council. Marine - Square, Devonport. if the sum of Ten Pounds is deposited with such nomination. Nomination Papers may be procured at the Borough Office, Devonport: . ' • „ -~„J. C, WEBSTER," '",- Returning Officer. Devonport. 12th April. 1909. "DOROUG-H OF DEVONPORT. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. In pursuance of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1908," and "Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908," and Amendments thereof. , Public Notice is hereby given that the Election of nine duly qualified" Councillors for Devonport Borough Council will' take place on WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth day of April, 1909. Nomination Papers will be received, if signed by two duly qualified Electors of the Borough, and by a duly qualilieu Candidate,. Iv token of assent .to such nomination, addressed to tbe undersigned, and delivered on or before Noon of the 2LV.id (lav of April, ■1009, at the Office of the Council. Marine Square, Devonport. if the sum of Three Pounds is deposited with such" nomination. Nomination Papers may be procured at the said office. J. C. WEBSTER, Returning Officer. Devonport._l2th April, 1909. FOR SAI— . "PICTURES for WalL or Children's Scrap- -*-. bGoks, at Chandler and Co.'s, High-st. Travellers' samples; must go. M 403 ■yALUABLE T>ROP.EETT T^OR: QALE. We have for Sale in Richmond-rrL, a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capacious entrance tail and corridors. There: are suitable outbuildings, and' nearly-an acre o£ land. The building could easily Be adapt, ed for a Boarding School. Some of the 1 rooms are v.e_y large.. The Property' is' pleasantly aud healthfully situated,, convenient to the city. It would make a good: Nursi-S liome.—Apply to v TjywiNGTOX "AND T>AKEE, PREMIER BUILDINGS", CORNER OF QUEEN-ST: AND DURHAMj ST " ' Next above Stewart Dawson and Co. ; IQHEAP -AVONDALE. ; ' j ABOUT 1 MILE FROM STATION. OVER gA ACRES, Subdivided into Sections as follows: 3 acres 2 roods 39 perches. £150 3 „ 2 „. 39 „. £130 3- „ 2 „ 30 „ £150 3 „ 2. „ 37 „ £150* 4i „ 1 .. 4' „ f3so,. with house 4 „ 1 ~ i „ £210 7 „ 1 „ 21 „ £300. 4 „ 0 „ 32 „ £300 9 „ 2 „ 32 „ _o_s,with house. 5 „ 3 „ 10 „ . £380 Prices and full particulars on application to T' B _ LAS " ESTA!TE " age:\_, 12; HIS,MAJESTY'S: ARCADE: M„: •DABYLQN T*f»LAT. THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY UNSOLD. ACRES, CARRYING Qfi, GOWS This Grand Little Farm Is situated on the best part of this- wonderful Flat; aud is distant only U mile from station, creamery, and township. There Is a new dweil- | ing of 7 rooms and numerous ontbulldiu"3 NOTE. —M&king due allowance for improvements; we estimate that the owner's price is- quite £T per acre below the real j value- of the- property. I Apply" toC AICKIN. AND SON, H.MI ARCADK. MB

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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