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' WAMTED. WANTED.— Auction Sales at Private Residences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. - "Phone 122.- Mill ANTED, tht! Public to know that Mieses Ncirn and Shove have commenced Dressmaking in the same premises as Miss Reid, Wellesley-st. M 509 ryANTED— J. Williams, Wyndham-st., •' estd. 4» years.—Lawn'Mowers Sharpened and adjusted; also. All Bands of Saws, Tools, and Cutlery Hammered, Sharpened, and Set—Opposite Gus Office. WANTED, 5-Roonied~~House and convenlences, on or very near tram line; willing take for year if moderate rent; no children; Ponsonby or Jervois-rd. preferred.— Apply 11, Curran-st. 13 WANTED— Nurses and others to note that we stock Ladies' Celluloid Collars and Cuffs.—Twiname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queen-st. ANTED Known —Twiname and Baker, Tailors, Mercers, "Herald" Buildings, have a large selection of Coatings, Suitings and Trouserings for the coming season. ANTED, Tram Conductors to note we have large selection of Celluloid Collars, Cuff Protectors, Cuffs, Fronts, etc. —Twiname and Baker, "Herald" Buildings, Queeu-st WANTED —Save your money by buying Brass-Mtd. Bedsteads and Fucniture of Every Description from Cheapest House in the City.—Cochrane's, Ltd.,- Complete House Furnishers anil Auctioneers. 189, Queen-st. M4BO WANTED, Purchaser for good G-roomed House; gas througout, telephone. Together with premises on adjoining section; suitable for factory, etc.; near Id. section. Price £675, for speedy sale.— J. E. Hayman, 23, City Chambers, cor. Queen and Victoria-street. M 153 ANTED KNOW N— That I can supply UNION HOUSE COAL at 27/ per Ton, delivered, net cash. Also, TAUPIRI and other Coals; Coke and Firewood.—A. E. TATTLEY, Coal Merchant. Carrier, etc., Newmarket. 'Phone 457. J1348 WANTED. —Auction Sales at Private Hesldences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'Phone 122. MlO mANIEB TO BU_, MUSHROOMS FOB KETCHUP. IN ANY QUANTITY. Best Price Given, WHITTOME, STEVENSON AND CO., LIMITED. DOMAIN FACTORY. PARNELL. M3SO ANTED ~? X N O W M. QEASON. Men's Best Football Boots. 7/11 pair Footballs, 1/9, 2/6, 4AI, 6/9, 7/9, and 10/6 QHOOTING gEASON. Men'e Light Kubber Knee Boots,' 10/ pair ■" "' :. . .., ~-,. . Men's Very Best Heavy' Rubber Knee Boots, 15/6 pair 'i Ladles' Kubber Knee Boots, 8/11 pair I CLIPPERS. We have now opened our first shipment of Ladles' Warm Winter Slippers— Ladies' Slippers, Cd, 10d, lid, 1/, 1/6, J/11, 2/6, and 2/11 pair Children's Slippers, 6d, od, 1/ pair Old Ladles' Warm House Boots, 4/11 pair Gents.' Warm Slippers, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, and 2/11 pair ryET -pEET. WET FEET and the consequences carry off more people annually than v»ai and old age combined. We have now opened 59 cases of Hood American Rubbers — Best In the World. Ladles' Rubber Overshoes and Footholds, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, and 3/11 pair Gents." Rubber Overshoes and Footholds, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/9, and 5/6 pair /CLEARING T INES. Men's 12/6 Tan Boote, 7/6 Ladles' Tan Boots, 17/6, for 10/6 Ladles' Glace Kid Strap Shoes, 13/9, for 7/il Infants' Shoes, 6d pair TJIANCY Q.OODS. 3/6 Books for 6d each New Sheet Music, 3d Copies for 6d per dozen Waterbury Watches, 4/9 , 1/ Writing Tablets, 3 for 1/ Good Spectacles, 6d, 1/, 1/6 pair Pebble Spectacles, 3/9 pair Tooth Brushes, 2d each. Combs 2d, 3d, 6d each Wake U- p--1000 Alarm Clocks, 2/11 each A T M ILLEEa FANCY "DEPOSITORY AND XV ■DOOT pALACE, 100,102, AND 104, -yiCTOBIA-ST.. M 213 pHEAP DINNERS. I WANTED, WORKING MEN AND THOSE WITH LARGE FAMILIES AND SMALL PURSES to send to the Auckland Bacon Factory. Stanley-et., for Cheap Meat. Spare ribs and under cuts given away to buyers of . ■ Figs' Heads. V>AINTS OF HIGH" GBADE, JT Specially Prepared for Hove Painting. S. J. B* 81 AND C°" -3L CtJSTOMS-ST. BAST.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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