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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

WAJNTED, Boys at the Union Sash and Door Factory, Mechanics' Bay.- - Apply at the office. WAjNTED, a smart Furnace Man and good Carpenter.—Masefield & Co. T^T? ANTED, a Shepherd to proceed » » to Duntdin (per the Tartar), in charge of a stud of sheep.—Apply Messrs E. &K. Maclean, Dleak House. Howick. ! TXTANTED, Tenders until 4th of It T March for the Erection of a New Verandah, i and other repairs.-Apply to A. Mackic, Albert-street. WANTED to SELL, two very nice Pagna-lls. To he seen at Mr Bull's Coach Factory.—Knrther particulars apply to A. Mackio. WANTED, in or about a fortnight hence, a comfortable four- or five-roomed Bouse, detached preferred, 10 or 15 minutes' walk from Queen-street.- Apply by letter, with particulars L.0.C., Star office. ' TyANTED, by a respectable and ' ™ steady young Man, with Education a Situation of trust ; ten years in A uckland — Apply by letter, stating siilary, to S.Y M., office of this paper. TX7ANTKD, a Cook and Laundress; ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

TMiJNCE OF WA LBS THEATEE. FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY! CHARLES' GBEAT SCENES OF THE NILE ! CHARLES' GREAT WAR SCENES ! THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, MARCH 3, Will be Exhibited, with all the great Mechanical Effects, CHARLES' SPLENDID DIORAMAS OP THE FRANCO-P RUSS IA N WAR, Pronounced by the Press to be the most peifeet Exhibition of the kind eer introduced to the Australian Colonies. Lecturer Mr G. W. Collier Mechanist .. .. .. Mr J. Howard Musical Director .. .. Mr J. M. Lord Admission-Dress Circle, 3s ; Stalls, 2s ; Pit, Is. Doors open at 7.30 ; to commence at 8 o'clock. R. B. WISEMAN, Manager. JSJ" O T_ I ~C ~±<. The Partnership hitherto existing between Isaac Duanjhs ana Grorge Bruch, known as Duane and Bruce, Coachbuilders, &c, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. IS A. AC DUANE. GEORGE BRUCE. Witness—Timothy Duane. November IS, 1573. The business in future will be carried on by G. Bruce, who will pay all debts and receive all moneys due to the late f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

,/H TV° CONSIGNEES . LZl }_ > ' PER ANAZI. j NOTICE. | . i In consequence of the above-named Vessel on her ; recent Voyage from London, having made sacrifices and incurred expenses which will form a General Average Claim upon the Cargo, it will be requisite for Consignees before obtaining delivery to pay a deposit of one per cent, on the value of their interests, and to execute a Bond to pay the correct sum, less the deposit, on the adjustment of the Average. Th? Bond lies for signature at the oflice of Mr Thos H. Mabin, Average Stater. OWEN & GRAHAM, Agents. EOE FREIGHT OB ..,...„.,. CHART EX. •S^SmeM^ T] le barque Tien Tsin, 251 tons register, G. W. BINNEY. *V& TT 0R KAIPARA (Calling at -ISRv all Stations). Jll|§S£ The Schooner Amaranth Will sail as above on WEDNESDAY next, 4th inst. For freight &c, apply to M. NICCOL, Agent. Custom House-street. U. TTOR POVERTY BAY AND J3K EAST COAST. The Schooner Rover Will sail as above on THURSDAY...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

I'pO JOINERS AND BUILD JBRS. JL TECHNICAL CLASSES, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The Architectural Drawing Class will commence the Study of ±toofs on THURSDAY Evening next. RICHD. T. TALBOT, Secretary Mechanics' Institute. TO LET, a Large House; also, a Bakery with good Stables.—Apply H. Partingon, House and Land Agent, Queen-street, fJIHE NATIONAL BANK ; OF NEW ZEALAND (Limited). A BRANCH of the above Bank will be OPENED j at Grahamstown, Thames, on MONDAY, 16th March, 1574, under the management of Mr i D. Walm.si.ky. ADAM BURNES, Inspector and General Manager. A HCKLAND SHIPWRIGHTS' -£*- SOCIETY. An Emergency Meeting of the Society will be held at the Temperance Hall, Albert-steeet, on WE DN KSDAY, the 4th instant, in lieu of the General Meeting called for Friday, the 6th. All Shipwrights are requested to be in attendance. D. BERRY, Secretary. rVO OLD FRIENDS OF TWENTY JL YEARS' STANDING. J. RUSSELL'S PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, PORTLAND HOUSE, Hobson Street. Having REMOVED from Cobur...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

POULTRY PEED. 140 sacks Malt, at from 3s per pushel 125 sacks Maize, at from 4s 6d per bushel At COUPLAND'S Produce Stores, Queen-street. CORN EXCHANGE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. G. W. BINNEY WILL sell by public auction, at the Corn Exchange, on Wednesday, March 4, at 11 o'clock sharp, , . . 12 tons Adelaide Elour - -'- ~ 8 cases Orange Peel S sacka Adelaide Almonds 34 cases Jar Salt 34 cases Table Vinegar 30 cases Pickles ; , : , -,;x 36 . cases Whybrow's Pickles . 24 cases Morton's Salad Oil 15 cases Morton's Castor Oil 60 cases Colman's White Starch 20 cases Albert's Sardines ;.-■ • 10 cases Eleme Figs • - 100 boxes Belmont Candles 40 cases Raisins 10 cases Confectionery . . , ..,_„ 250 sacks Maize 100 sacks Crushed Wheat 54 sacks Oats 4 cases McConnell's Hams and Bacon] Terms at Sale. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. CORN EXCHANGE.. EX TIEN TSIN, EROM HOBART TOWN. NEW SEASONS JAMS AND TART. FRUITS. G. W. BINNEY ,;, WILL sell by public auction, at the Corn Exchange, on WEDNES...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

Notices. QNEHU N G A. For the convenience of Shareholders resident at Onehunga, the Committee of the AUCKLAND PERMANENT CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY has arranged to Open an Office at the Corner of Queen-street and Churchstreet. Onehunga. The Society's Secretary will attend there to receive subscriptions and transact other business every alternate Wednesday, commencing on Wednesday, the 18th February. Office hours from 8.30 till 10 o'clock a.m. JOHN BATGER, . Secretary, A.P.C.B. and I. Society. E WOULD EESPEoTEULLY CALL ATTENTION TO OUR - N-E W STOCK t* ::;''iJ'l':- .'■(,>'''>■■■■ ■■ OF PAPERHANGINGS Ex HINOOSTAN, Which for variety and beauty of design cannot be equalled in Auckland. t • „ ~ We have also Large Stocks of Linseed Oil and White Lead (in wood and iron), Scrim, Brushes, Window Glass, Varnishes, Artists' Materials, and in fact eveiy <; Painting Requisite. To country orders prompt attention will be given, and to those settler...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

mmm*mamm*MEumiJi*aMKMu*m*mma**aiMmma.amitmmm^m Drapery. N g Q GO A O g 3 g O |_J < «5 r i ,J3 pq 3 H F" « M g g §B W g at* ■<t* w «|-S |■ * * fl § § 1 * a .g go 3«i * , . H £ jj O * fc q S H a *| 3 j. « g H «• 5 s - h «.:■ . B'l "-8! ° £ 9 gj * M 521 J °° h i« ' "—< t?: - . pm m « » b H o o ' '■■ i ~, . THE AUCKLAND VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTORY. i «<=-;■..- M. HORTON BUSBY, BjLII.ND MAKER & WIRE WORKER WHOLESALE ANB RETAIL, VENETIAN HOUSE, SHORTLAND STREET, AUCKLAN N.Z. EPPING & LONDON HOUSE QUEEN-STREET. (Opposite Saving's Bank). Great Saving op Time and Labour. THE GREATEST WANT SUPPLIED W. MESSENGER Begs to inform his numerous friends that they can: be supplied (fresh daily), with the following numerous Goods :—Cooked flam. Corned, Round, and Brisket Beef, Genuine Brawn, Genuine Pork Pies, Prime German Sausages (the only genuine), Prime Pork Sausages (real Epping). Prime Bolog...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

Drapery. A LINA|BUKY & 0 0)., CITY HALL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPERS, HOSIERS, AND [GENERAL OUTFITTERS. LAST WEEK OF A. LINABURY & CO.'S GRAND CLEARING SALE. £150 WORTH OP REMNANTS WILL BK SOLI) THIS WEEK AT RIDICULOUS PRICES ! JUST OPENED : 150 dozen Dolly Varden and Mushroom Straw Hats trimmed, only 9d—usual price, 2s 2d and 3s Cd 50 pieces Fancy Dress Material, 43d and CJd A few Muslin Dresses left, at 4s lid 36 pieces Grey Calico, reduced to 3|d 26 pieces Grey Sheeting, only 9Jd The new Watered Sash, In all colors, only 3s Cd 49 dozen White Turkish Towels, reduced to Is ] A Large Stock of Ladies' white and coloured skirts, to be slaughtered at COST P R I E. SE^ TRICE LIST TO BE HAD ON APPLICATION. NOTICE. Owing to the Insufficiency of room to fully develope our enormous shipments in Every Branch of Drapery, ' Millinery, and Haberdashery, now landing, we have deemed it prudent to dispense with our CLOTHING Department in its entirety—consequently we are no...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

Funeral Undertakers. JJ M _~0 U LS X V FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, TOP OF HOBSON STREET. rrraimn ■mm hm—iimn .' h—»«»<i— in.m'jumagaaeg__c —arc W E. HAY W A ED'Si '' • CHEAP BEDDING, 1 UPHOLSTERY, & FUNERAL FURN SHINGS WAREHOUSE, I IR EMO YE D 1 TO j WYNDHAM STREET, I (Next Queen-street Corner.) Residence and Shop : Corner of Pitt and Grey streets. «BW__MB_s*BCWßaawnßßß_Hi—_— _«g__^ f . [Estaultshed 1842.] 1 jW J A M~I B SO N, ' ' * FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, &0. 1 l . B ! Cemetery Enclosures on Hand or Mado to Order.! The Tkatvb Supplied with Furnishings. | WE s. LESLEY STREET EAST. | Four Doors from Corner. 6 «_w____g<«J»._i_w^rea»T««__^_Eg*^,-'*u __asrar-—i« —a—l Notices. JJEINEICH KOHN, JEWELLER, UEEN STREET, AUCKLAND, Begs to diaw the attention of the public to his Large and Well-assorted Stock of ENGLISH. FOREIGN, AND COLONIAL MANUFACTURED JEWELLERY, Specially selected, and of tho Newest Styles and Designs. A largo portion of tho above consist of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

Sewing Machines- POST-OEEICE TELEGRAM FROM H. SCHIPMAN, International Exhibition, Vienna, to Taylor's Patent Sewing Machine Company, Driffield:-" Your MACIIINE has received the GRAND MEDAL OF MERIT, the HIGHEbI AWARD to Sewing Machines. TAYLOR'S PATENT LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINES. These IMachines are complete with apparata to do every kind of work requisite for a family, and are SIMPLE TO LEARN! EASY TO WORK ! QUIET IN ACTION ! . NOT LIABLE TO GET OUT OF ORDER ! AND REASONABLE IN PRICE ! Agent :— T. PEACOCK, OPTICIAN, Near the Bank of Mmw 7ir< T and, Queen street. qiwiNG MACHINES O MADE BY THE BRITANNIA COMPANY, COLCHESTER, ENGLAND, combine the best parts of the best Machines (avoiding their defects) with some recent special improvements, which no other Machine possesses. Every make of Machine, however far?removed from excellence, professes to be better than any other, j The task of selecting a Sewing Machine is therefore rather a difficult one, especially if ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

Medical. J OPECIAL NOTICE. T.HIE SIGH T~PR ES ER VE'D. . BALDNESS PREVENTED. ME. I. S. ROSENTHAL, Graduate of the University of Berlin, R,oyal Oculist, Optician anu Aurisa, HAS ARRIVED IN AUCKLAND, And may be Consulted at his Consulting Room, PRINCES STREET, next door to the Northern Club, ' from 10 a m. till 5 p.m. Mr ROSENTHAL, of Sydney, New South "Wales, has only recently returned from Europe, where he took advantage of placing himself under Professor Greeffce, Koenigiicher Angen, Arzt, Berlin; Professor Angelstein, Koenigiicher Augen Atzt, Berlin : and Berlin Eye Infirmary. He has also visited the Royal Eye Infirmaries, Vienna, Paris, and London. After many years' practical experience Mr Rosenthal has decided upon giving advice for a limited period, where Acute and Chronic Inflammation, Opacity, Cataract, together with all other DISEASES of the X.YE and EAR, will be treated under his peculiar system. , • CERTIFICATES. To 1. 8. Rosenthal, Esq.—Dear Sir,—l came to yo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 March 1874

' —■ -~-S^B_>^- Medical. Mb, I. R. Rosenthal.-Slate thisMwT"^ 111 arrival m Orange he has bctn visited by mT^iL. I seventy patients suffering from dhotaW^ I and ear, and some astonishing cure«. CeM H effected. Several of these came unZ ntebteßf I and being persons well-known in the fli,t •'o? * I easily accessible to any person wishing to ho ;.« ' ;, of the truth of the assertion, we may m^t- nvln «i W Mr Hurkctt, of Cargo, has been bhnd&,w-; years, and having placed himself under ,Drt««tt I thal's care is now cured, and doclarcai™. OS|»--tinctly. A little girl, aged about ten vc»,Beea^-• Emma Horsely, had been Mind since «,_* na »»ed twelve months. Her eyes now are quite Zs* °» ■ capable of performing endless execution on t?'ana )'■ ceptible feelings of the other sex when *i» *"»• M little older. A case of deafness of tweZ gelsai; standing, declared by the patient to be inew&M J 6* H by a skilful operation, cured in five ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

The Evening Star. Vol. Y-Ho. 1,271.; Auckland-,. N.Z. WEDNESDAY, M^ROilU; 1874 Pkice: ONfci FENttT.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

Shipping. rr~.- : & TJSTEALASIAN . > it . *■, XL STSAM NAVIGATION tT.-i-fiaOS&K1 00'S First-Class Steamer*.- & KKLBOTJKHS, fIiRAWSHIPPnfG-TOBBISBANB & ALL OTHER PORTS, ADELAIDE, and KINO GEORGE'S SOUND, by the A.SkNi Company's Steamships. ~■* . ;.,.■< ~..,, ~ Theiplii^'iiewrtiainifhip. - ' I:.' ;■'.;' 1 Victoria ' ' ? ,850 totS, J. ; Debboll,' Commander, expected about 6th March, and will;leave; as above, three daJ 3J Seculars'of freight or passage appiy to xory ~,...,. , . H. M. JEEV.TB, Agent. ' '-*&£&*. "^ LINGTON, LYTTELTOV tritajKJßk AND, ,OTAGO (carrying inward 'VW^^g* English Mail). Th^'liistralaSian ■ and American Hail Compa'ny's , Titar : .- _-,_ ; smtn tons. Captain Ferbis will: be despatched from Auckland; on or abputlst March. . For'frelent brpasSagerapplyto * ™ ". & MAOFAKLANE. ! ' L. r , ; ~/TVYEKLAND ROUTE: «S "Sv^., , A./ -T...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

• , Business Cards. ""* p A¥rl¥Gso^s~BiscmTa .REDUCED PRICES: . Cabin Biscuits ..' Mon „„_ ♦„„ :; AU kinds Fancy ditta V. 7d pP er ib -.'..' ; ',;"„-; ..'r'V .'; ' STONE BROTHERS,'Agents. ■Al '■': ■> pr.L ? ■ E T■ 'T U.L&...- ,rf P .' TAILOR, ETC/ --; ■• ■> ■• •-~ ' , .(NJeftr the top of Upper...Queen-street), :J: '^: " ° 1 ■ "•".■QAEVE'S & GTLD'FT? '' <*f i^ s *future frAme^manufacturer' ■j^VJWakisield street, Auckland; i waekoce i¥o¥s¥¥s J>'vr AB^t &'CANDLK MA.NOTAOTUEERS, .( ' ■CGH APB L; STRE ET, A U,C X L A ; N,D,. - ■J> A-.M;, E, : B :r B •ItTxTg HE E^ rt<?r.• Contractor, &o. Goods cleared and rapffi a r°lrl' PS •° n c shor) est. notice. Ballast fil-.BiO'. ■%■), : G-V:B"" -"a -K-B: &S. ■*-* FREEMAN'S BAY SOAP &,CANLDEi .»:.• i...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

Business Cards. G.E O, R Q-., B. - F~O~(KT :, ... ENGRAVER & CHASER, . No 11, Second Floor Vaile's Buildings, !'"';; ' Wyndham street. ipRBDERTCK W. COLLINS '-*-■ MANUFACTURING JEWELLER, "' ■■','■■ ' . QUEEN ST.REET I ' A-'.i:i " (Next the Bank or New Zealand.) ~,E very description of Jewellery Made and Repaired,, Quartz "and Greenstone Mounted to order, Pipes Mounted,' Old Gold and Sili-er'bought, worked up to order/or taken in exchange.' - ; > . _■_ ,'!■•: .rriH.o m.as xc n k i-k s: J-1 LICENSED CUSTOM-HOUSE AGENT.' oohbane's Buiidis as, Fort street KB.—Goods( and Parcels forwarded to all parts ' of Great Britain and the Continent of Europe , . by Overland Mail Route or by Clipper , ... . ■!■' -■ . Ships. W'- 1^ h i:l.(l ; ij?p 3: ':&'. s, otj t . •,-• OIL, COLOR, and GLASS MERCHANTS., Imp;orters f of Paperhangingß, ,ScrM, Paihi's,' Oils/ -Turpentine; Colors:' Varnishes,' French Polish, ■ Gold L...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

I . Merchandise. Q■ N S A L 'c. ,- | '.By the Undersigned, ', i Scrim, 45 and 72 inch Corn Sacks ■ ■ ■' " ..; 'i, ■ ■ : Hops, East Kent and Tasmanian ,i-i i Malt, Pale Suffolk and Colonial' i Pickles, Why brow's and Morton's i 'Jar Salt, Table Vinegar ; ! Confectionery; Keillor's ■ Figs, Raisins ; ■' -' : : White Starclv :'■.;■ •■'■■ f Vestas, 250 Plaids and Wooden 150xe3 r C | j Sardines, quarters and half: boxes i Candles, Price's and Belrnont i Candied Peel •■: 1 , Sausage Skins,,; ... • ■ . ', Hams and Bacon, McConnell Bros '~. ■ ■ Jams, lib tins and Jars Tart Fruits Oatmeal and Pearl Barley ■ ■• , . , ; Flour, sacks, 100 and 50 ll> bags (Adelaide and Oamaru . ■ ■ i Pollard, Bran r „ - rl'i j Qats, Ma!ize: "! "* ; j Minced Meats. ~ . ~.,■■ Tea Chests, Half-chests and boxes — ■ ---S .Toba;cc^io%:; qi . v' ~{ u . it ., ( , ,:f ~a ,/, hu TO JAnRIVE UXQTJ.BEN 0$ THE SEAS—' :-< l (11 , 500 bags P ( atna .Rice . . •,,... ~ ....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

* • -__ —— ! DraDery. : _j —. . _ /CHEAPEST * SHEETINGS iff AUCKLAND. , ... .. ~ i •! CHEAPEST BLANKETS IN AUCKLAND. QHBAPESi QUILTS IN AUCKLAND. ■•'•: j iiiu:,;, ;:■.;,-.'■.■.-" ;: CHEAPEST CALICOES IN AUCKLAND, '; ;.CHEAPEST MANCHESTER '''['. '".OF ILL DESCRIPTIONS;I;a:; it '-to L'J I(K ' ii- rA; 7 Nr -D.''; u'° -<:■<'.{ urrtr.-i f>i 'n-":;.:tl- ■; ■:..■:!-,■:-. },'■ ■■■ ■. '.J| : ; '&;':A:;T;K'I N 8 . , MA-yxsa a Larce Reserve Oveu Stock oi" ', SHEETINGS, QUILTS, "' '", '. BLANKETS,,r LONG' CURTAINS, • CALICOES, ! ; •■ ' TABLE LINENS, .' WINDOW HOLLANDS, FLANNELS, • , .AND jGENERAL MANCHESTER GOODS, ':: .;...:• ■■■ ■ f ■ ,/ . : ;,., .] I IS , ~ PREPARED TO SELL .'■•■■ ■ • '- lli ■..■■/AT';... . ;■ ': L* O W :P R I C' E S: ■■'■' tl' ' ' -i' !■] -t-irU. Lit ; fi-.'v',w.[ lii'l+J; f'■■ ■' ' T.:.. ill J-; <" : !■:■• :■" 7/ &am...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

Education. AUCKLAND -' OLLEGE AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. _j .'„ UPPER SCHOOL: SFi^S 10^ MASTER-John Anderson MATHEMATICAL MASTER-The Headmaster ASS^TANT MATHEMATICAL AND FRENCH _._ MASTER- J. F. Sloman, B.A. ENOLTSH MASTER-John Curnow, 8.A., late .English Master of the Scotch College Melbourne. ,: LOWER SCHOOL. ml ? MASTEU-F. D. Kent, 8.A., late Assistantot.« aster in Cam<len College, Sydney SECOND MASTER-W. Tomlinsou, late Assistant-Master in Nelson College JUNIOR MASTER-C. A. Robertson, late Headmaster of the Thames School. ■• The Quarter Days are—3rd February, 24th April, ■13th July, and Ist October. . ' FARQUHAR MACRAE, Headmaster. Notices. « j BAL»£>LEBY AND HARNESS. THE, undersigned has received, ex Glenhuntley, Femdale, City of Auckland/and ■late arrivals, Splendid Shipments of the above, comprising— ". '.:■.■.'•.■-..:■■:■■ .' ~..■•, Best English Brass. and Silver Mounted Buggy, Gig, ■ and Spring-cart ;Barness. . Biding Saddles (for Butchers' use) ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 4 March 1874

Groceries- FRENCH & CO. PEOPLE'S TEA WAREHOUSE. OUR MOTTO BEING "SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS," NONE CAN UNDERSELL US. GUE TEAJ3 ai'e selected with great care, and are the finest combination of the rarest Black Teas. The quality gives entire satisfaction. : . TEAS FOE THE MILLIONS"! ~ ■ s. d. No 1 Pine Strong Tea, per lb .. .. '..2 0 No 2 Superior Tea, per lb 2 6 No 3 Rich Pekoe Flavoured, per lb .. ; ... .30 '/. No i finest quality, per lb .. .', .." ..3 6 ' HAMS, '■ BACON", CHEESE, FLOUR, and '"* GENERAL GROCERIES of every descrfption sold by us, are of the best quality, and at the LOWEST PRICE. . s. d. ■ Fine New Currants, per lb.: .. .. ;. :05& ' Finest Eleme Raisins, per lb . .'. j.." '.; 0 7 ■Raisins, Sultanas, per lb .. .. .. j .V 010 ■ ' Muscatels, fine quality, per lb .. .. ' '.. 1 0 Table Rice, per lb .. ,".', ~: .. .. 0 3 Silgars, from .. .. ....

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