KILACHILL CHECKS A COLD; KILACHILL STOPS INFLUENZA; KILACHILL, THE FIRST IN FEVERS; KILA-CHit-L; a Germicide, Febrifuge, and DIFFUSIVE STIMULANT, is ALWAYS SAFE and CORRECT as a Prophylactic or PREVENTATIVE of Malaria.—2/ per bottle.— AICKIN, The Pharmacy, Queen-st., and all Wholesale Houses. -OEDUCEI) T.RICES • For ?1 '.. PATENT MEDICIJJES I -..'."AT SMEETON'S. BEECHAM'S BILLS 9d and 1/ AYISR'S SARSAPARILLA 3/5 EUQ'S FRUIT SALT V& FELLOVVES' SYRUP 5/5 VITADATIO 4/11 PAINKILLER HJd WiNSLOW'S SYRUP ..:.. V KEPLER'S EX. MALT .......... 2/1 & 3/8 Cotfntry Customers please add Stamps :. "':' if required by post. THE OLD MILL, QUEEN-ST. v mS E C< T RAND QA_ ! E '■ "... -..And . LADIES' AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS. The "above, splendidly arranged Dining Rooms are now open to the public, and the Proprietors wlh spare no effort to .make this Restaurant'second to none in the colonies. In the Dining Rooms will be served a 1/ LUNCHEON,' THREE COURSES, and Tea, Coffee, or Chocolate, unequalled at any restaurant in the City, from 12 o'clock to 2 p.m. Tea will.be served from sto 7 p.m., Soup, Fish, Grills,etc, a la' carte, from 1/ to I/O. GRILLS IN 8 MINUTES, at any hour of the day. Ladies will find every attention to their comfort, as particular Care has been taken in arrangements for the AFTERNOON TEA ROOMS, it being intended" to. give every inducement to ninke therie Rooms a fashionable resort. A FEATURE WILL BE THE BEAUTIFULLY FITTED LADIES' LAVATORIES ATTACHED- ' The Proprietors also desire to draw attention to the facilities offered for specially arranged Private Dinner Parties, with perfect attendance and priyacy. Mr A Stilwell will be pleased to personally arrange/ for/same. Smoke' Concerts and Banquets tQ seat up to 700 pan be also arrnti (Tc,d for. Balls, Banquets, Picplcs, and Garden Parties catered for In the best and pa'ost - liberal manner. ._ . gTI£WELL & OILMAN, Proprietors. CJOMETHING for Children's" Wear— © Very durable and inexpensive in All-vS-qo! Materials, beautiful colourings, 1/9 and 1/11 .the yard,. double 'width; grand ranges "in' White Dress Muslin and Piquettes. at. 4i.d, 6Jd, 81d and 10S"d.-4 D.S,q. -yy .-. -~ .■ ; "MiiS* ZEALAND DAIRY ASSOGIAtfi;. TipN'S Butter Van delivers Butter in I City and Suburbs daily..
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 170, 13 November 1900
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 170, 13 November 1900
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