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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909
LOST AJTD rOXTJTP. r?-| REfWA-BD.—Lost, on Satnrday, 10th, 3iX outside His Majesty's Theatre, Ornamental Seal, off watch, chain (keepsake).— ■Apply Star Office. 121 LOST, lied Irish Setter, slut.—Reward on returning same to W. McCullough, Brunswici-st. I^β T OST, April Bth; on train between Mercer -Li and Rotorua, Gold Crescent Brooch, set stones. —Reward, apply 59, Queen-st. 153 LOST, Wednesday, uetween Kpsom and Newmarket, Bunch of Keys; reward. — Clement Cull, corner Claude and Main rdss., Epsom. ' 57 OST, Gold Olivine Southern Cross Brooch, between St. Sepulchre's ana Eden Terrace. Reward.—Mrs. Beedell Eden Terrace. T OST, probably left in Kiugsland tramJLi car, yesterday, Duck's Head Umbrella. —Reward on returning same to T. Dockray, Tailor, Queen-st. 'M OST, between Union-st. and Onehunga, via Queen-st., Small Gold Heart, ruby in centre; keepsake. Reward. —Apply Head and Co., Queen-st. 18 OST either Wellesley-st. or Hobson-st., Small Gold Brooch, half S shape. Finder rewarded If returned to Mrs. Sutclin", Fruiterer. Pitt-sc—Miss Annie Gadd. 40 T OST, last Saturday, a small sable Collie J-J Dog, without coOIlar; handsome reward. Anyone detaining same after this date will be prosecuted.—Hancock, James-street, off Orchard-street, Arch HilU 132 OST, Thursday morning, between White's Store, Manurewa, and Auckland, Bank Book, also £1 Note and Gold; probably lost at .Penrose station. Liberal reward.—Apply to Star Office. ISI EFT on the rocks, near Wynyard Pier, last Thursday. Camera.—Finder please leave same at Star Office. Reward. 34 WILL the Gentleman who picked up Fur in Hobson-st., entering tram, on Monday, please return to Star Office? Reward. 138 WILL the Person who was seen to pick up Oxidised Silver Belt In the rooms upstairs at Ellerslie, on Tuesday, kindly return to Mrs. Gallagher, Caterer, to save farther trouble? FOUND, by Star boy. Lady's Itlng, in case.—Apply Star Office. UU>'D, one day last week, Brown and White Spaniel Dog.—Owner may have same by applying to M. Eivan, Otahutra. OU-VD, 16' th April, 1 Cow (dry), 1 large, 1 small Heifer; ah red and white.—Mr Schacht, Abbotsford-st., opp. Hancock's Brewery. G8 Ot'ND, Mt! Eden-rd., on Wednesday, Purse containing money; owner can have same by paying expenses.—Apply Mr Jenkins, Grocer, V'ictorla-st. 50 FOUND, about end of March, a Bag containing gum; owner can have same on applying to No. 33, lreland-st., Ponsonby. If not claimed within 9 days will be sold. 30 PERSONAL. T ONG Job after 10th. OY JOHNSTON, of N'orana-avenue, Re--muera, is in no way connected wlti the Roy Johnston whose name appeared In the Police Court news in Friday's "Star." Vi , IF PERSON does not return Hand Bag fouud in Ouehunga aar 8, parses and gas bill, prosecution follows, as they are known. Address on gas bLI. 117 ILL, Miss E. Le Roy, staying at Northcote, kindly communicate with Mrs. Plant, of Epsom? t>s WEEP.—WiII the sentieman who dreiv Wlmmera in the lileetric Handicap on Monday, please call on 113, Wellesley-st. ? 36 I AM in no way connected with, the Edward Thomas Short or the Edward Short, whose names appeared in the Magistrate's Court news. —signed, Thomas Edward Short, Builder, Grey Lynn. ANTED, Position as Housekeeper by domesticated respectable woman, witn view to matrimony; confidential.—Address A.8.C., Post Office, Palmerston North. 7G WILL not be responsible for any Debts contracted in ray name without my written authority from this date.—C. 31. Keefe. 70 IF PERSON seen taking basket jusFianded from picnic brake on to kerblng by Martin's Stable on 7th does not return same to Stables, proceeGlngs will be taken. 185 XUCKLAND <~ AGENC Y7~2br~Vict6riisl i -£i- requires address of anyone wanting to ■Let Rooms, as they have several inquirers.' <J3 ITH JIY iFRIEXD MR. WKAG-GE AMONG THE STARS: The Littleness and Greatness of Man."—Public Address by ■Rev. ai. Walker, Federal Club Rooms, Wel-iesley-st., TO-MORKOW, 7 p.m. &i R. LONG, of London, M.R.C.S., L.S.A.— Advice and medicine 5/. Hours. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.—2o, Swanson-st. MRS. GREACEN (nee Miss i'andle). Furrier and Feather Dresser, 3, Mlll-st., off Liverpool-st. 140 EEP IT DARK—Clarke's Hair Dye restores "Youthful Colour to Black or Brown Hair. Post free, 1/(s.— Clarke, Chemist. 116, Vietorla-st. RING Tγ TO LIGHT — "NOAH'S DOVE" OINTMENT Cures Eczema, Ringworm, and kindred Skin Diseases where others fail. Of Chemists and Stores. SIBYL, Clairvoyant and Psychometrlst, No. C, Severn-st., Khyber Pass-rd. Hours: 2 rill S p.m.; Saturday, 2 till 5 p.m. ADAM VOILA, Clairvoyant and Crystal Seer, 129, Hobson-st., opp. St. Matthew's Church. Hours: 2 till t>; Saturday, 2 till 5. Ladies only. 30 ADAME AZUCENA, the Gifted Clalrvoyant, may be Consulted at 73, Westst., Newton, near St. Benedict's, off Queen1 RS. E. L. PERKINS, late of Christchurch and Palmerston North, Teacher of Psychometiy and Clairvoyance.—Readings given Daily at Rayner's Bldgs., Wel-lesley-st. M 517 ARRIAGES SOLEMNIZED.—Rev. M" Walker can be consulted daily, Boi Howe-st., Auckland. M36T FOR LOSS OF HAIR, Greyness and All Disorders and Diseases of the Hair, consult MISS BACON, Hair Physician and Complexion Specialist. Electric and Vibratory Massage, Cliiropody, Hairdressing, Etc. Superfluous Hair Permanently Removed by Electric Needle. VICTORIA BUILDINGS, Victorla-st. East. TVX ETAPHYSICAL HEALI _\ U. DISEASE AND ITS CAUSES' BEING MENTAL, Material "Remedies" only relieve temporarily. Consult MR HENRY, P.T.A., PsychoPhysician, CORNER OF SYMONDS AND WELLESLEY STS. No Drugs. Telephone 2718. M 283 OK INDIGESTION and Kindred Complaints. try Partington's Whole Wheatmeal Biscuits; retail and wholesale, at Victoria. Flour Mills and Steam Biscuit Factory, Symonds-st, opp. Cemetery Bridgerd. Telephone 2552. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— " SAVE YOUR HAIR. I have imported an American Electric Vibrator for the treatment of the Scalp and Face. It is the most up-to-date method of bringing about a healthy and natural circulation on the scalp. Four Treatments, 10/. EVERY KIND OF HAIRDRESSING AND WIGMAKING DONB ON THE PREMISES, 6, VICTORIA-STREET. T> XfAGLETON, PROPRIETOR. 29 ATBONISED BY EVERY VICE-REGAL FAMILY IN AUSTRALASIA. MISS McELWAIN (established 15 years), Specialist in Face and Scalp Massage. Hairdressing. Manicure, Pedicure etc PERMANENT REMOVAL of Superfluous Hair. Fancy Costumes and \Vigs for Sale or Hire. Ornamental Hair in stock or made a> order. Combings worked to any design. Consultations Free. Correspondence Invited. —Address 254, Queen-st. Telephone 254. M 235 Df BANKRUPTCY. - IN BANKRUPTCY.—IN THE SUPREME COURT, HOLDEN AT AUCKLAND.— Notice Is hereby given that WILLIAM JOHN STOKES, of Karekare, Bush Contractor, was this day adjudged bankrupt; and 1 hereby summon-a niSetlng of Creditors, to be holden at my office on TUESDAY, , the'27th;day of April, 1009 at 11 a m —HUGH GERARD. Acting Official Assignee. Auckland, 16th April, 1909.. . LADIES, we Re-block'Feit Hats, Latest 1 Style, Cox's Hat Factory, Karanga-nape-i*i. Large, redmrttoa to Jr«ae. 1 ■ ■ - ,- :
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909
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