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Personal. AMERICAN MADE-UP Drinks at the Burlington Candy Store as usual. Wo warn ' ;mr friends against tlio so-calkd American Drinks made up by people who have never been out of Auckland in their lives, PALMISTRY, Phrenology.—Panl Perrier, the long-haired man, experienced and reliable delineator. Queen-street, few doors from firebell. GEO. HIGGINS.-A Large Quantity Men's Carpet Slippers at 2s and 2s 9d per pair. Must be cleared. GEO. HIGGINS.-A Nice Lot of Men's English Canvas Shoes just opened up, rather late for season, at 4s 9d to clear. GEO. HIGGINS.-Dont forget tlio last 4 weeks of Sale. Greater reductions than 3ver. GEO. HIGGINS.-A Splendid Lot of Handsown, Rubber-soled Shoes, suitable for Tennis or Bowling. GEO. BIGGINS.-Ladies' Evening Shoos in great variety. ' LAST Four Weeks of Geo. Higgins' Retiring Sale; Great Reductions. GEO. niCiaiNF.-Tlus season's Men's Tan Lace Boots, splendid value, at 8s 6(1 ami 12s 6d. GEO. IUOaiNS.-Men's American White vX • Canvas Boots, to clear at 6a 6d; special value. GEO. lUOGINS' Retiring Sale.-Ladies' Patent Evening Shoes; a Largo Quantity at 2s. GEO. HIGGINS.-Mon's American Laco Boots- from lis 6d: exceptional valuo in Mon's English Welted Goods, from 15s 6d. GEO. HIGGINS.-'Xmas holidays over. Large Quantity Ladios' American Shoes to clear, _6s 9<l to 7s 3d. GEO. HIGGINS.-Ladies' American Shots in Tan ami Black, at 6s 6d and 7s 6<l. Exceptional valuo. OUR AMERICAN ICES AND DRINKS aro admitted to bo the best in town:—Burlington Candy Store, near Library, and noit South British, Shortland-street. TCE CREAM PARLOUR for Ladies at Jones', 1 Shortland-street. whore Icos are served in the dainty American fashion. TCED PICK-ME-UP as usual at the BurlingL ton Candy Store, near Library, and next South British, Shortland-street. DR. ANGELSPORD'S TONIC to be had only at the Burlington Candy Store, or noit South British, Shortland-street. LADIES' STRAWS. Sailor-shaped Hats, 6d~ trimmed. 9d; Whito Piqno Gems, Is lid; ffholosale prices, 4s lid; Shade Hats. 6d; flowers. Feathers, and Trimmings, at nominal prices. Salo now on.—D.S.C. CIRCULAR Twill Pillow Cotton, 4Jd per yard; usu"' nrico, 9d; Twill Cretonnes, Sid, worth sd; Shirtings, Quilts, Blankets, at .'cry low prices.— r\\m ONLY GOLDEN BOOT SnOP A Is Queen-street (Next Porter's, Ironmongers), Collins and Donaldson, Proprietors. THE GOLDEN BOOT SHOP. i. Hand-sewn Boots in stock or to order. Noted for Ladies' Medium Class Goods. THE GOLDEN BOOT SHOP. For Smart Cheap Reliable Goods Seo our Windows for Styles and Prices. T7INEST QUALITY Currant'., Raisins, RnlI tanas, Figs, Peel, Seeded Muscat Raisins, etc., to bo had from P. Powell, 265, Queenstreet. LADIES can rely upon getting the verv best of Groceries, from F. Powell, 265, Queen, street. ALFRED OLDHAM, Sharebrokor, Estate Ag«nt. and Financier, 121, Queen-tftreet. List of Houses, Farms, etc.. on application. WHEN tho Stomach Is wrong, everything clso is wrong. Correct both Stomach and Temper with Loashy's Wahoo. BILIOUSNESS. Indigestion. Bad Temper, all arise from disordered stomach and Loashy's Wahoo speedily cures. GOOD ADVIOE.-If yon suffer from Toothache have it out without any pain; charm*. 6s. fas included.— L. Smith. Dentist. Hobßon-street, opposite St. Matthew's Church. ; ■ ECONOMISTS NOTE-Umbrellas and Sunshades, during tho sale, Is 9d, 2s 6d: 2s lid. to 4s 6d; Ladles' Fast-dyo Hose. 63d, 7}d, IOUI, and Is, during our sale. Special bunlies of Hose will bo sold at reducod rates.— r>.s_c. , KOOLIBAJI reduces all Inflammation, relieves all pains, cures Headaches with one application. Never falls. THIS is the time to Furnish. Our Highclass Furniture will bo heavily reduced for 14 days only. Salo now D.S.C LADIES' 'AND GENTLEMEN'S Left-off and Misfit Clothing bought. Letters promptly attended to.— and Mrs. Botterill, 51, Karangnhane Road. OVERSTOCKED, and must be encriflcotlFonlo Serges, all wool, fashionablo 'hades. Reduced from Is 6d to Hid. Salo now D.S.C. THOUGHT JOB from Warehouso-100 Dress D Pieces, In choice weavings. and will be beared at 3s lid and 5s lid tho full dress length. Original price, 12s 6d to 17s 6d. jale now on.—D.S.C. TO GENTLEMEN.—KindIy send your address when disposing of Left-off Wearing Apparel, nighest Prices given, to Hartley's, near Opera House, Wellesley-street. ii ,' -~ ' — (i i -i Dividends, TUEW ZEALAND ACCIDENT INSURANCE i% COMPANY. DIVIDEND For tho nalf-ycar ended 31st December, 1399, IS NOW PAYABLE At the Head Office, 109, Victoria Arcade, Auckland. P. A. EDMISTON, Fobrnary 1,1900. General Manager. TTIKURANGI COAL COMPANY (LIMITED). WARRANTS FOR DIVIDEND For tho Half-year ending Deoember 31, 1899, Are NOW PROCURABLE At tho Ofllco of tho Company, New Zealand Insurance Buildings. H. GILFILLAN, JUN., Secretary. Auckland, February 1, 1900. Lost and Found. LOST from Ponsonby 'Bus-Bowler's Ooat and Bowls, marked R.T.-Pleaso leave »t Central Hotel. LOST (Paoroa) between Takeroi's Creek and Buchanan's Bridge, Paeroa, on Saturday, 27th January— Lady's Gold Watch and Chain, with key attached.—Finder will bo rewarded on leaving same with Mr. Law, Jeweller, Paeroa. ___ STRAYED from Clevcdon, last Thursday O fortnight-Chestnut Mare, branded " PR." on off-shoulder, somewhat cut about flank and legs, last hoard of 3 miles north sido of Rangiriri.— on information to A. Schniitt, Clevcdon. PI REWARD.-Lost, on January 16-A light dwl roan Cow, near calving; branded OK, also two dobs of tar on back Anyono detaining same after this date will bo prose-cuted.-W. J. Crawford, Three Kings. Jannary 31, 1900. WantedCITY OF AUCKLAND. ENGINEER-PUMPING STATION, WESTERN SPRINGS. The City Council will receivo Applications until Noon of THURSDAY, the Bth of February, 1900, foi tho above Appointment. -Salary, at the rate of £200 per annum, with free house, coal, and light. Candidates canvassing Councillors will bo disqualified. Conditions of Appointment can be viewed at this Oflloo during Offlco Hours. E. S. V. MOWBRAY, Assistant Town Clork, Town Clerk's Office, Fob. Ist, 1900. A YOUNG LADY, domesticated, wishes to correspond with a Young Man, view to matrimony.-" Fairy," Post Office, Newton. A YOUNG LADY desires to obtain Passage to England or France in the capacity of Governess or Companion; speaks French fluently; highest certificates and testimonials; good sailor.—Address R.E.Y., Herald Office. BOOKBINDING.-Youth who has had experience required for quarter-bound vork—Apply Manager. HERALD Works, Queenitrcot. THOROUGH General Servant Wanted by Small Family of 2: must have good reorenccs, and cook well.— Mrs. Love•idge, Cheltenham Beach, between 10 and 12 urn,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11286, 2 February 1900

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