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PTTBLIC NOTICES. THE ACORN BRAND IS ABSOLUTELY THE CHOICEST OF TABLE BUTTERS. RETAIL, GBOCERS AND DAIRYMEN. WHOLESALE ONLY— T. W. JONES, WINSTONE'S BUILDINGS. QUBEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. O. E. FARROW, ■DUILDEB AND /""10NTRACTQB, TTAS "DEMOTED TO LARGER PREMISES IN HOBSON-ST. (OPPOSITE THE TRAMWAY POWKB STATION.) Telephone 2475. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS. HIGH-CLASS SHOP AND OFFICE FITTINGS A SPECIALITY. LADIES AND LIPTON'S TEA. LIPTON'S TEA. The purest and most wholesome tea, a tea chosen by the Royalty of the world, Is the tea you will enjoy. LIPTON'S TEA. LIPTON'S TEA. MlO7 Qfes Base a|B la ° ' *^| THERE IS NO POWER ON EARTH SO STRONG AS Dingo Eucalyptus 10 Per Cent. (2s. In the £) Discount y^i off v -^<cy V / for / One Month GEO. ARDERN. TOP SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND P"R"R V AICT «°aij . JJX\liA.i3( ±, MERCHANT. COVERED VANS FOR FCRNITUBE. Phones— €79 — CUSTOMS-ST. WEBT U3S — JERVOIS-RD.. PONSONBI 1830 — UEEAT NORTH-BD.. Cornel SDKBEY-MT. |F. J. PORTER'S m I §M DRY-CLKANINa AND Eli Wi Executed on Shortest Notic*. KARANGAH APE-RP. Ring up 1741 and hare Van collect Your Order liPSra k TABERNACLE _ (fSBS^V HEHRY HUGHES REGISTERED PATENT AGENT [EgTABT.ISHKD 1882.] . TRADE MARKS A VW REQISTEItU J& ky 19) IV Ob«aln»d rt 'tt mL/ In *■■ Countries I \ aft) throushout til* %?' ADVICE TO INVENTORS* Free on Application. AUCKLAND OFFICE: 103. QUEEN ST. E. DROOK£-SMITH. Man»e«. m "DEACOCK & SON, Ophthalmic Optle -*-• ■*- lans, 218, QUEEN'-ST., near Vic-torla-st The sight tested by most approved methods, and Spectacles accurately fitted Artificial Eyes of ali Colours in stock. Nantical and Surveyors' Instruments in stock and repaired.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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