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shipping. .'-■':. ,;.>/', "ETUDDART — TJARKEH T INE. FAVOURITE PASSENGER SERVICE. Circumstances permitting. Steamers will : Sail as voder: —•■ .■_ FBOM AUCKLAND. FOR SYDNEY. -~._ ..',. W vS M ? IERA 1 M <>n<3ay 1 Apr. 19 | 5.30 p.m. -VICTORIA [ Monday | .May 3 | 5.30; pan. FOR GISBORNE. NAPIER, WELLING_ION._LYIIELTOK. AND DUNEDIN. ■ «S£E9s£* .. J Tuesday | Apr. 20 1.3 p.m. wimtEEA.. I Tuesday I May 4 | 3 p.m. yp cargo received after Noon. ■-' from Wellington" FOR SYDNEY. ■ RIVERIXA Friday | AprlTle FOE MELBOUR>JISI r VIA THE SOUTH AND HOBABT. ULIHAROa . ■ ,| Thursday [ April 29 Cargo must be booked and alongside, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, not less than TWO KOURS before advertised sailing time. All Tickets Tor Stop-ortsi- or. Return mutually exchangeable with the Union' Company. L.- D. NATHAN AKD CO., I/TD., Agent*. QANADIAJST — A TJSTRAUAN T INB TO A MERICA AND T7ITJROBH «L Jl_ ' Steamers Leave as follows: From from Tons, res- Sydney. Suva. •• 650 ° A Pr"l2 AprillO tSKt^S 1 -••• 450 ° Jne. 7 3nl 15 'MAKA3JA 6500 ■ Jly. g Jly. 13 *Twln Serf iv Steamer. Passengers may join either at Sydney or Suva. If joining at Suva they leave Auckland 14th April, and every 2S. days thereafter. ■"-...-* UNION S.S. CO. OF N.Z., LTD., Managing Agent*. t . rnHE t> and r\ rvj. STEAMERS FOR. LONDON, calling at FREMANTLE, COLOMBO ADEN MARSEILLES, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, with liberty to call at Brindisi, as under:— Leaye Leave Steamer. Tons. Sydney. Melbourne. MALWA 11,000 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 MONGOLIA 10,000 Apr. 7 Apr 13 MARMAROA 10.5U0 Apr. 21 Apr. 27 INDIA ■ S.OOO May 8 -May 11 KATES OF PASSAGE MONEY: — Single to London, £47 6/ to £HS; Returns. £id IS/ and £182, available for two yeare Tourists' T4ekete (India, China, and Japan) Special Holiday Tickets to Colombo, available for two months. Return Fares from Sydney, £41 first; £29 second plus "10 per cent. Passage'money can b.e paid here'! for Passages from England. Passengers' arriving in Sydney by nearest corineetine steamer may proceed on board at once. For freight and passage, apply direct to RUSSELL & SOMEEsAjietoms-st. West. Jv~ IPPOX > ; ' ' ' VU-sen ; aliibss , ' TO - . CHINA AND JAPAN, VIA AUSTRALIA AK-D iiONGKOSG. Sailings: _. Leave Arrive ' Arr. Steamer. • Com- Sydney Hong<Yoko,,,runnder.> "Wea. > koiig iiama ' -Nik'kb Mkru'SWalS AjrT2i r lifay~ib'llay T 2o'' Kuniano Maru .W. Scott .-' Hunter May 19 Jne. 1 Jne. 17 Yawatu ilaru K. Homma Jne. 16 July 5 July 15 REDUCED" BATES - F-RO"SI~AUCK.LAXD. , For information, apply to . HENDERSON AM) .JIACFA'RLAXE, Agents, t"ort-st., Auckland.' IJOST AND FOUND. ' X/ REWARD—Lost, week ago. Rimless <L, ' -. Eyeglasses, in case, with small chain guard.—Please leave at Star Office. 22 LOST, in Ponsonby car. Small Purse, contiiining silver.—Reward. 56, Stanley - st., -Parnell. ' 59 T OST. Sunday nigut, r.O.G.T. Badge, with ■*-* I.S.L. Napier Union, Beresford or Plttst.—YVhirtington, SS. Kranklln-rd.. .... >. ...IS OST, between Remuera and Mt. Eden, Good Friday, a Gold Medal, initials ■f-D.—Reward, apply Star Office. OST, Sunday, between 174. Ponsonbv-rd., East-st.. and Tabernacle, Pair Gold Pince-uez: reward.—l 74, Ponsonby-Td. 52 OST, at Ellerslie, Easter Monday, Xeclj■let,' with , gold heart,- set with pearls and sapphires.—Reward at A.M.P. Soi-lety. '23 LOST. Monday morning, in Kingsland car, Lady's Purse; money, "receipts, ere.— Apply Mrs. Burratt, 2ud Avenue Kiagslacd. " 37 LOST, Saturday, between Kauri Ft. and Hobson-st., Flat-bottomed Dinghr, paddle, and rowlocks.—Address Dinghy 463. Star Office. 48 LOST, by working-man,' oh Saturday night, between Court's and Richmondl'd.. Purse, containing about £4. Reward. —Star Office. . 14 LOST, Small Sable Collie Dog; anyone detaining same after this date will' be prosecuted. Keward.— Hancock,--James-s t__.4rch_Hlll._ _? 27 T O.ST, between Sytnonds-st. and Dominian- •*-• rd., 1 Tussore Silk Blouse.—i Finder suitably rewarded on leaving at Mrs. Johuson. Draper. Dominion-rd. -■- -■ T OST. last night, between Choral Hall ■*-* and Khyber Pass, Gold Bangle, with large amethyst. Reward.—W. Speddlng, Karangauape-rd. or Khyber Pass. 50 T OST. five weeks ago. a Fox Terrier Dog, ■*■' with black eye, near Karaugahnpe-rd., Newton.—Will detainer kiudly return to Water Gas Co., Newton. Reward. 45 T OST, Brown Bag and Purse, keepsake, -Li containing money, betweeu View-rd. aud Bui'n.le?-terrr..ce: flnder rewarded.—Apply Mrs. F. J, Welch. Burnley-terrace. 26 T OSTT^Goid - Cabfe - Banglir~o'nT - Sl3ndav •H afternoon, either on the s.s. L-ytteltoii m- between Quay-st. Jetty No. 2 and Lower lederal-jst.—Rewcrd, 14, Lower Federal-st. T?yiLL Gent seen picking up Sovereign »» last mghtin Symonds-st. ■ car. No 66 kindly return same to La Parisienne, Xo' 9. Pitt-st. Bldgs.? . Qβ SJ T °L E N on Racecourse, Cheque for £19,- - 521427. 8.N.Z.. drawn by F. w ood in favour of E. Whitehead. Payment stopped. This is warning the public ■ not to denl with it—F. HeoTrood. . , TpOTIND, at Lake Takapuna, a-Purse.—Ap- -*- ply "Stonehurst," jSympnds-st. 24 R.R.E. Four "R's" easily remembered, mean a good deal to many sufferers, for they represent in an abbreviated form a ereat truth: "RHBUHO Rapidly Relieves Rheumatism.",'.Here-you have in-a-sinaie sentence, all that. need , De told of KHBUMO, the rest must be' left to your experience after a trial. RHEUMO Is a..medicine-which, if taken, in the manner prescribed, every dose of will be found to afford relief, killing the pain., removing the swelling, and eliminating tie eice«s uric acid—the cause of the trouble. RHEUMO is the , best solvent of uric acid and phosphoric sediment. RHEUMO . conquers SbeumatlE'm, Gout. ' Lumbago, and Sciatica. Sold, by all "chemists aud I storekeepers at 2/6 and 4/6. per "'"bottle. i : ' ; ■ M Axx X - N •°'^ s ■■ ■"-'■■ -■■ .'-gAEIXG TpOWDER . - M ak;bs (3-°oi> qooks. '■■-,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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