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FOB SAME.-.. . -.;.'--'-. FOR SALE, Furnished House?. 6 rooms,good locality; cheap rent.—Apply Star' Office. ... 85 FOlt SaLE, Number Automatic Machines, great sacrifice; large Gramophone, bargain.—Dennes Bros., Queen-st., Auckland. Gl ' tf3 FOR SALE, Sewing: Machines, Griinio- , phones, Records. Big reductions.- £« Dennes Bros., Queen-st. - S3 c— OR SALE. Silver Wyandotte- Pullets, J° Fowl-house, and quantity of" Wire ~; Netting; cheap.—Apply "Rockholme," Eden ° Vale-rd. Extension. 78: tl( OR SALE, cheap, Lease Double-fronted O Brick Shop and Living Rooms; good' g € position, Karangahape-rd.; retiring through 5^ lil-'health. —252, Karangahape-rd. 38 ua OR SALE, Tar, Sand, and Shell. Lowest t estimate given for work done by e_- 5 perlenced men; good work guaranteed.— cc Ring up P. Bryant, 679, 1138, 1830. S( OR SALE, Light Beef Cart, carry 15 47 cwt £18; Set New Harness, £8; A Strong B.F. Sulky,' seat 3, £14; Harness «* to suit, £5. —Moriey's, Durham-st. W. 63 ai FOR SALE, Newton, Id section, desirable °\ Cottage; bath, p.w.e.; nice garden; stands high; quick sale, £35 cash; balance, -V £440, as rent.—Alt Walker, City Chambers. °" 4 ro FOR SALE, Dairy' Business, doing 60 i, gallons daily; Two Dandies, Shop CT Fittings, and all necessary Cans. Price, ai £200.—Reply, by letter, to Dairy, 457, Star c Office. 39 5 A~~LEASEHOLD FARM, 1500 Acres, in a X ■A- great sheep countiy; good for root tr crops; teu years at 2/6 per acre, teu years: "I 3/o.—East and East, opp. G;P.O. J 7?-| fj/WDEVONPORT, £100—6 minutes ._ oW-LUVJ t0 boat, Section, 40 by 120; ~\ gas, water, and drainage. A bargain.— -U DAVID KAY, Vulcan-lane. MIS 6fe ~T7\ 5" It ' "13 A L \±, * TO BUSH CONTRACTORS AND MILL- f OWNERS.- £ I have a Complete Bush Contractor's Out- ? fit, with latest improvements. This-includes J* an Up-to-date Bullock Wagon, with wide x< tires, for log wagoning; Blocifc, Wire Rope, s ' Grips, and also from 10 to 20 Working Bullocks. Sixteen and over will include two pair of five-year-old leaders. These cattle are reared on rough bush and fern country. ~ Any trial wished for given on the job. j A. LEACH, 5 Bush Contractor. ■ Ohaupo. f PONSONBY —House, 4 rooms; bathroom, etc.; gardeu; all in nice order. Price, 1 £425. Terms.—HIPKINS AND MADILL, E-change-laue, opp. Fort-st. t344) Ml6O OTAHUHU—- Good House, 4 rooms, etc.; 1 acre splendid land; corner section; * high position uud good street. Good prospective value for cutting up. Price, only £550— HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchaugelane, opp. Fort-st., Auckland. (No. 329) t Ml6O ( EVONPORT (Cheltenham Side).—Superior, artistic new Residence, 7 rooms; . hall, sittlugroom, steel ceilings; 3 bays, -- i" verandahs; beautiful papers; fine view - channel; uot far from Cheltenham; 10 mlv- 1 utes wharf. Only £775. iluO cash.—Beaie c and Co., City Chambers. -HUNT ALBERT.—Spleudid Building Site, nearly 1 Acre, 132 ft frontage, Mt. Albert-rd., close Dr. Beattie's new resi- " deuce; fruit trees; reduced to £275, or half for £150, to clear. Terms.—Beaie aud Co., City Chambers. '. .pK'TK—-GREY LYNN, £575—House 7 t cwO tt> rooms aud Shop; batli-rooni, wash-house, fixed tubs, etc.; patent w.c; corner section. Let it £1 per week. Terms. A good luvestnieut.—DAVlD KAY, Vulcan- 1 lane. MIBO | 5 T\EVONP6KT"(CHELTESIiM BEACH) n \J —House 5 rooms, bath, scullery, gas, I water, patent w.c, drainage, wash-house, c copper, tubs; section all tiled drained, 43 x c 130; 'bus passes door; 2mins to beach; good a view of channel. J2S2s.—David Kay, Vulj. can-lane. MIS 6 •r <C«KOK — GREY LYNN — BARGAIN— g 3_-«J-wt> £525—Campbell-rd., close cars— 1- Lovely 5-roomed Villa; large section. — y General Laud Agency. 414, Queen-st,, above 0 Grey Statue. 81 c £'f\{\ DEPOSIT, Mt7 BOSKILL. —New £ . cS'vJU roomed House near trams. Bath, „ w.h., Bal. £500 as rent.. . WALTER TAYLOR, 27, ahnrtland-street. 11 343 A? prn CASH, balance easy rent, superior . dJO\J 5-roomed Villa; every convenience; haudy reservoir: large section. —J. 11. Millar, 20, Coombes' Arcade. 51 c AQUATICS. t 1- -yiCTORIA CRUISING CLUB. /WJrSak. Entries for Second General '" '______P Handicap will close at the Club g Room at 9 p.m. TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), April 13tU F. SCOTT, Hon. Sec. c II 1- "~* a WANTED. U (Continued from Page L) n VSTANTED a Young Girl for the pautry.— ie VV Apply'C.C.C, High-st. 87 ANTED, Horse and Spring Cart.— H.H., 407, Star Olfice. 00 ANTED. Apprentices for White Work, etc.—E. Ellison. 3. Vermout-st. 82 I Z. TTTANTED, an Experienced Sculleryman.— 1 Jy VV Apply at once, "Uleualvou," Jermyu-! in st, VVTANTED, Youth, about 17, with bottling IS VV experience.—Apply Cooke aud Co., 127, l.v Albert-st. JJ i* T d VX/ANTED, a First-class Horseshoer; no v VV wasters need apply.—Quins Old Shop, l t 'g 49. Durham-st. *5 ie. \7I7ANTED, First-class Ladies' Coat and Sfl VV wasters need apply.—Applj Quin's _ Old Shop. 4C. Durham-st. 75 W" ANTED, Bricklayer; must be able to build chlmueys.—Apply W. J. Hous- — ton, Blacksmith. Karangahape-rd. , TTTANTBD. a Boy. 14 years to 15 years, * V to make himself generally useful.— of Apply J. Smith, Grocer, Parnell. of \Tt7ANTED, a Few Building Society ag VV Shares, in early groups.—Lowest price Id required to W.X.P., Newmarket P.O. 62 Ue I £7S7'ANTED, a strong Young Woman, for ur VV cleaning, mornings; regular work; good ■ n ~ wages; references. —Apply Star Office. S2 ,-c TT7ANTED—Cook and Housemaid, same ' Vf lady. Epsom; Cook, gentleman's house, also boardiughouse; Generals, lady and geutlemau only, Epsom, small families, at Parnell, North Shore, Remuera. others; er House-parlourmaid, gentleman's house, Sy- ' monds-st. —Mrs. Arthur, Strand Arcade. 70 —» TX7ANTED—Mrs. LockTey, H.M. Arcade, VV established over 20 years, wants — Married Couple, sheep station, East Coast, £90, wife. cook-general, husband milk, garden, kill, etc.; Kltchenman, 20/, East , ds Coast; Women Cooks; Generals, 20/, '.]_ country; Waitresses, all parts, 25/, 20/, ,v 17/6; Housemaid and Laundry, 20/, good — place, country; Man Cook, 30/, country; for etc., etc. 65 ierIsVW ANTED ns; AT ONOE, ~ UNDERCLOTHING MACHINISTS ter' COSTUME MACHINISTS pei' IMPROVER'S AND FINISHERS. ' Apply •ou- CRESCENT MAXTJF., 154, HOBSON-ST. -A. __? /GENTLEMAN, with Launch and Outfit 4 vT desires Companion; firstly pleasun dn. cruise, finally business; expenses nominal ler- —Address Busiuess, Symonds-st. P.O. 9i co ' mo DAIRYMEN—Wanted to Sell, 12 to 1: J- Gallous of Milk, up to the Ist Sep lar- tember.—Apply, by letter, Milk, 460, Sta; ng- Office. 6: ' r^; rpAILORING—Wanted a First-class Yes ° 1 J- Hand; highest Bros. ~ mm English Tailoring Rooms, High-st. 'Phont 2320. 7 :btS - my ' *■* ". ' n gs LOST AND FOUND. air, TJEWARD— Lost in Upper Queen-st ity, X- about uoou to-day, Pluz Nez Glasse: 2ity —John Burns and Co., Customs-st. 1 T EFT on the rocks, near Wyuyard Piei lgle XJ last Thursday, Camera.—Finder pleas Urn, leave same at Star Office. Reward. 7 J OST, Young Australian Terrier Puj ber. XJ black spot on tip of tail.—Reward o 3 ou- returning to T. Chilton, 27. Mary-st., Mi Eden. Anyone detaining will be prosecute ram , ■ H. TTIOUND, a Fox Terrier Pup.—Apply _n "9-j J? house below Roskill Dairy, Mt. Roskill

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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