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BIRTHS. LANE.—On April ISth, to Mr and Mrs <j. F. Lane, of Milion-rd., Mt. KoskillA son. ' . MARRIAGES. GOLDIE—DICKESON.—On March 24th ' 1900. at Waimate North, Bay of Islands' by the Rev. C. Mortimer Jones Fran;; Percy, youngest sou of D. Goldie, Auckland, to Lidie. only daughter of George F. .Diokeson, Kaikohe, Bay of Islands. KIDD—MILNE.—On March 11th, at St. Aldan's Church, Reinuera. by the Rev. A. Fowler, Normau James, eldest sou of the late J. B. Kldd, u> Mary, oldest daughter of the late J. S. Milne. HEATHS. McDONALD—On April IS. al her brothersresidence (TV. Lainsr. 29. Franklin-rd.), Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of Robert McDonald, ufter a long and painful illness: aged 65 years. The funeral will leave Tier brother's residence, as above, to-tnorrow (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m., for Watkaraka Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. * LOST AND FOUND. Jp -I REIWARiD.—Lost, on Saturday, 10th a- , -"- outside His Majesty's Theatre, Ornamental Seal, off watch chain (keepsake).— Apply Star Office. i 2l T OST, on Saturday, Liver and White f** Spaniel l'up.—Reward, 200 Karanga-liape-rd.. Newton. ' § T OST, between Ponsonby and Hospital" •*-* via Parneil. Gold Cable Bracelet. Revrard.—ol, Fraukl!n-rd. 42 T .OST. between' Victoria-ay. and Mt.-Ros- ■*-* klll-rd., Moss Agate Brooch (keepsake) Reward.—4. Edeu-st., off Newton-rd. 47 LOST, between Sallsbnry-rd. ami St 7 Luke's Parish Hall. Mt. Albert, Gold Bracelet; reward.—Apply Mrs. Coles Eden Terrace. T OST, this morning, near Ponsonby Reservolr, Small Handbag, containing purse ■n-ith money. Reward.—Alf. Moore Clothing Co.. Newton. 96 LOST, between Nβrow Neck Beach and 'bus stand, a -Gold Dagger Brooch.— 5/ Reward at Star Office or Johnson and Noble's, .Devoni»ort. T OST, last Thursday, Gold Neck Chain. ■»-* and Trinkets, in Queen-st.. va\vied as I Rift.— Finfier please return "Red Tlouse," FoDsopby-rd. RewnrcJ_ T OST. either Wellesley-st or Hobson-st., I Finder rewarded if returned to Mrs Sutcliff. Fruiterer. ritt-st.—Mlss Annie Gadii. 40 LOST, from Sentlnel-rd., V'onsonby, on the 18th. a wwtt Twvlev- Pup, w\tb brow a patch over eye; anyone detaining same will bp prosecuted.— Apply Hotchklss, 7, Seotl-°el-rd. -Jl WILL the person who took by mistake a Basket Portmanteau, containing , children's luggage, from Ngatiawa on Saturday, kindly return sam« tv the Northern Co.'s Offices? 11 "Vf T- EPEX PUBLIC POUND. — ImpoundIXJ. E d by v£ Ranger for Trespassing on Wnpiti-avenue <One Tree Hill), one Roan Cow, enrmarkea on both ears. If not clnim-c-d and expenses paid, will be sold on SATURDAY. April l;4Ui. at 13 o'clock noon. Dated this ISt'A d"" 'of April, IBUO. J. C- MACHEDia, Ponndkeeper. 104 ITIOL'ND. one day last xveek. Brown and ■ White Spaniel Dog.—Owner may have same l<y applying 10 M. Ewau, OUjhiihu. BOARS AND RESiaHiJICE. A CCOMMODATION in Private Family required by young man: vlrintty Parkrd. 01 GrafU>n-rci preferred.—Terms to "K. " 527. Star Office. 89 TO LET. Unfurnished Front Room. Ox~ furd-st.. Arch llill. — Apply "Star" Office. 101 TX/ANTED, Bed-slttlngroom. with cooking; » » must be central. — Reply D.. Stiir Office. y 0 FpO LET, to lad.r, Furnished Room in suJ- perior nome. Ml. Ruskill; hanoy to cars. — Address at "Star" Office. 07 rpo LET, Furnished and Unfurnished -I- Rooms, u-itb. coins.; towu and suburbs.—Warrens Agency, ;.'(!, lligh-st. 'Phoue 269' J. 114 rilWO Respectable Young .Men require - 1 - Board and Kesidonce with private family. West Eud prnferrcd. State terms —E.T.. 528. Star Office. 81. HOTELS. n>HE piSBST X>EBB ON THE AUCKLAND MARKET. T>OB T^-OTOH, Desires to draw the attention of hl» nuaiexons friends and customers to the Excellent Condition ot JIcGAVIN AND CO.'S DTJNEDIN ALE, which is now ON DRAUGHT at the mHISTLE TTOTEL, QDE-BN-ST. ■*• 1 - L M 453 rpHB ANCHOR TT OTa Ii (THE S-ETTLERS , FAMILY HOTEL), CORNER QUEEN AND MARKET STS.. CITX. Under New Management. Under New Management. " This O'.d-establißhed and Popular House has been Thoroughly Renovated Throughout, and now oilers Comfortable Accommodation for Boarders. Tartff: i/a p er day; 25/ weekly. Market Day Luncheon for Farmers, Tuesdays and Fridays. A First-class ileal for 1 V, 1/, V. Campbell Ehrenfried's Champion Pure Ales on Draught. All Wines and Spirits True to Name. No Women Served on the Premises. ARTHUR "WHITEHEAD, Proprietor. M 451 UNCLASSIFIED ADVTS. VETERAN'S in rlie history of Auckfand canuot unique an event in trade as Jones and Cole-man's Sale of everything Photographic, 144, Queen-st., Auckland. . M 260 J?EV. 11. G. COLE'S MISSION. All Workers and Friends interested meet 7.30 p.m. TUESDAY NIGHT. SPECIAL ADDRESS. REV. COLE, Melbourne. EAST-ST. HALL, NEWTON. rPHE SLAI'tVUTKUINU AND IN SPECS - 1 - TION ACT, 19OS. We. the- undersigned, hereby give notice that wp intend to apply to the Pukckohe West Rnud Board fur 11 License, under the abnve-nieiitioncd Act. in respect of a .SJaughlerJjoufie situated on Lot a of AJlotmtnl 28, in the Parish of Puni. H, 'PiLKINGTON. T. BURGESS. 110 EAND~ F. PIANO - aUkNCS. LTD — • Most Varied Stock, Rest Value, and Terms. — S. Coldicutl, Mauager, near ■ Theatre. TAOIES' RAINOOATS~AND MACS.; great variety; now goods anrl best value. Inspection invited.—RUSHBROOK AND BR IDG MAN. CVAPS —Men's and Boy's Caps, great range J of samples, bought job; from 6d to 3/6. Splendid vaJur. W.) dozen to select from.— Rushbrook and Bridgman. ENTS' UNDERWEAR—FIanneI and Natural Wool Singlets and Pants (nnshrinJiable). —Special Value at Kushbrook aud Bridgman's, near Town Hall site. LL THIS WEEK a Grand Show of New DRESS MATERIALS, in Black and Fancy, at Bedrock Prices.—Rushbrook and Bridgtnac'ei aear Xowu Hall Bit*.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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