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ILOST AND FOTJND. • T OST, Good Friday. Pug Dog.—Reward, *-* the Vicarage. EHerslie. v T OST. League of the Cross Medal. —Rexi - ward for same at Cambria House, 13, Vlncent-st. 34 T OST, Sunday night. i.O.C.T. Badge, with ' •*-* I.S.L. Napier Union, Beresford or Pitt- j st.—Whlttington. 58. Frnnklin-rd. IS ' T OST, I'ointcr Pup, 2 months old, Good ■*-* Friday morning; detainer prosei-uled.— - Reward, No. ], Park and Grafton rds. T OST on 9th, Small Heather Pendant A-i between Kegeut-st.. Arch Hill, and - St. James' Church. Reward. —Schadel, Re-genl-st. US ; TOST, from Supreme Court, Saturday last. ' -*-* 3rd, Collie Dog: white with tan spots on sides and head; detainer prosecuted.— Reward, above address. 104 ) T OST, last week, between Newmarket - -»-' and the penny section, Parnell. Brown • Fur Necklet.—Finder will be rewarded on ' returning same to J. Smith, Grocer. Par- > uell. 3 . T OST. Easter Sunday night, between St. .AJ Patrick's Cathedral and Cook-st.. via College Hill. etc.. Gold Cross and Greenstone Cross, attached to a black cord; reward.— W. D. Elany. D.s.c. 15 ; A?K REWARD.—Lost. Saturday, at Ellersd~<J He racecourse, P</Cketbook, containing money in notes, Christchureh bankbook, aud s.s. ticket to Sydney.—Reward at Stn'Office. 7 EWARD—Lost, ou Good Friday evening, between Page's Store. Kingsland. and Leslie-avenue. Morningside. Lady's Handbag, containing steamer ticket to Wha- , ngarei, brooches, etc. —Reward at Page's Store, Tram Terminus, Kingsland. 21 ' DENTISTiIY. i mHE S~* OOD mHINGS OF T IFE " Can be appreciated by those who have GOOD TEETH. MR HOWEY WALKER MR HOWEY WALKER '■ Makes Lovely Teeth at fair fees. You can afford to smile when your teeth have been fitted by Mr Howey Walker. » <?9 17 /f\ Upper Plate ; J-l/V Oood Quality Strong Teeth Look Well 3 Wear Well Fit Well - (Howey Walker) - i?C> O/ Upper Plate . „t> O/. Perfect Fitting Sure Suction - Very Reliable You Have Ease Comfort Satisfaction ; Enjoyment r Easy Terms Arranged Cost Includes Extraction 5 (Howey Walker) ', £*3 17/ firi rp P er Plate dw«J A.I/ \f Very Superior Quality r Finest Finish i Lovely Teeth Beautifully Made Artistically Set 5 Charming Expression Most Satisfactory ' Guaranteed 3 Years ~ tNo Expense for Repairs.) GUARANTEE.- Best Quality Upper Plate (£3 17/B) Is guaranteed against Breakage or Defect of any kind for 3 years. [ Complete Upper and Lower Sets, £5 5/, ~ i' 6 6/, and £7 10/. ' "Cl* OW E V vy ALK ER, \ CORNER OPPOSITE D.S.C. 1 F. C. ODL v M \ SURGEON DENTIST, ." Late Special Student University of Pennsylvania, and Dental Hospital, London* alao, Pupil ot Dr. Lincoln, Crown and Bridge Specialist, Philadelphia. F. C. QDL ° v - BANK OF NEW ZEALAND BUILDINGS, ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE, Telephone 1038. M 428 t PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc. mHE pHANCE OF A T IFETIME. , "?X T3IANOS, BY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. The above goods have been consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor space, we are obliged to quit consignment as soou as possible. The prices are uuitc 40 per cent below any pianos of the Game standaru offcied iv Luis city. j INSPECTION INVITED. ryALTER "JJI T)ARBY, j DARBY-ST., AUCKLAND. M9B t lANOS AND ORGANS. — World's Leading Makers. Sale, Hire, or Exchange. Call and Inspect. — F. Moore and Co.. next Smeeton's. BOOTS AND SHOES. REAL T%AMF TSESISTERS EAL - L AMP A~VeSISTERS OUR GUINEA BOOT GUINEA BOOT GUINEA BOOT IN BOX CALF AND GLACE KID, with Heavy Soles. AN IDEAL WINTER BOOT. SEE OUR WINTER DERBY BOOT, in Black and Tan, 10/6, 16/6, 16/6. t These will Fit You, so will the Price. A. J "pERNANDEZ, 115, UPPER SYMONDS-ST. '•' I j. Mll9 I ; WISE MOTHERS Should bring their children to , TAYLOR'S for reliable School Boots. No other shop can offer such wonderful value; Direct from onr factory, <.j Karangahape-rd. and Qseen-at.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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