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Maoriland Worker, Volume 12, Issue 268, 12 April 1922, Page 7
DOMIHIOH ■ HOTEL,. TORY STREET. WELLINGTON, Best Staples Beer on tap. "Wines and Spirits true to label. Moderate Tariff. P. L. FIRTH. . : _ ___ : k TO THE WORKER. ! Everything the Worker needs is to fci| found at KIM WILLIAMS. HATS, BOOTS, MEN'S AND BOYS 1 ' CLOTHING. ) In fact, everything a man requires d| ' the Lowest Possible Prices, at KIM WILLIAMS (OUT-ON'-HIS-OWN) i " GREYMOUTH. [ —— , FOR WORKING CLASS Go to LAFGFQRD BROS., GROCERS & PROVISION DEALEHtfT ROSEBANK (AVONDALE) aad 69 WAKEFIELD ST.. • AUCKLAND.. _ : : TIM HAVES, ] 8 Queen Street :: AUCKLAinfc The Leader, in Boot and Shoe LeatheQ For Pit, Style and.Price unrivalled. Known to the Public as "THE .BOOT KING." C. P. SERBIN, THE WORKERS', TAILOR, 189 KARANGAHAPE ROAD. AUCKLAND - (Opposite Newton Post Office). Suits and .Costumes made in Good Iβ and Siyle. Prices Kensoziable. Work done >by Expert Tailors. < . __—_ . . —. .^ IS HOC SIGNO TINCES. (Under this sign or standard thgm shalt conquer pessimism.)
CHAMPION'S SPEECH FOR OFE2S ING OF PARLIAMENT. (Copyright Protected.) My Dear People,— New "hope looms io-clay. We ars slowly -but surely-recovering from th» wastes, sorrows, and utter ments. of the cataclysmic war. Dominion prospects are more than pro-. raising, now that our modern Solomon* are chloroformed, and the promofcem of the "I told you bo policy" slleaceC Solvent financially, .-.sound economically, sound physically, owing 'to tli» •efflcjicio'u-i powers oi' Champion Muscle Raising- Flour and -Standard unrivalled in KOMiu.s for getting; into debt, unexcelled in industry when protected from free trade-principle*, with- sweated and un.* wavering in"faith,-.a-s :>v r e yent the lasi man -.and-, the last shiliiug", as o&e patrtotissn wa.s beyond the pale a* filthy lucre. One outstanding- dauber, to-day is the tendency to turn to Wei* •lirigton■ for things viich are the tas& and duties of my several provinces!,' but-I assume you have adopted th 9 motto. ' : M at first you dou'i try, try, try again," if you can reliever your -'additional expenditure. This only be tolerated .by .permit or "infitt*. enco"-for the future, so talce beeC We stand to-day imstiake-n as we JaoJt to the future with confluence, if tiia Moratorium' Act is continued. You a?aF now-'proceed, one at a time, witiioas wrangling.
God Saye the V.. Auckland. Drink HANCOCK'S "IMPERIAL" ALE and STOUT. Always in PERFECT CONDITION HANCOCK & CO (NXf Limited. Fort Street : : Auckland Brewers and Bottler^ Malsters and Wine and Spirit Merchants^