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JEWELIERS. m flfe , fiS UM f M Rlf B\ W«/ A JHhR I Petjpcr Pot ' a> Cereboe Salt with Spoon, 3/- each. Stewart Bawson g Co., «.z.». Ltd., JSEfSfiELfI gPBIJC NOTICES. His Majesty KING EDWARD Vll.'s INTEREST IN THE CURE or CONSUMPTION at the South African Products Exhibition, 1907. Extract from "Lloyd's News," 24th Feb., 1907: — "The Royal party then made a tour of the stalls, the King being specially interested in a new South African Cure for Consumption known as SACCO." CURE uAvvU. CURE BEING PRESCRIBED BY MEDICAL MEN AND Testified to by hundreds of grateful patients. Obtainable from all Chemiste, or from tho Sole Agents for New Zealand :— LSharland & Co., Ltd., Auckland, Wellington, Chrisfcchureh and Dunedin. Send for a copy of descriptive booklet free. Awarded Silver Medal South African Products Exhibition, 1907. A ft is the Best 11 Is §t on Your Tabße? AT YOUR DOOR I The World Testifies To the SURPASSING QUALITY of these Brands— IT HAS HONOUR IN ITS OWN COUNTRY: In Auckland its enormous and increasing eale for ©ter eighteen years is the best testimony of its excellence. PLACED EASILY FIRST Iα competition with the whole of Anetralasia, aa judged by American expert. (Vide Agricultural Gazette, N.S.W., June 1899.) IMDOH URP.EST BBYEBS Say : "It in the pick of all the batters coming from Australasia." (London correspondent Sydney Morning Herald, January 23rd, 1904.) IffIBBOEEfiSL? .-".-. ■• The quality is excoDent—in fact, superior to any other that baj come to London." (See letter, May 22nd, 1903.") SOUTH AFRICAN AGENT Sayn : " Can easily obtain more for 'Anchor' Butter than for cny other." (Letter, August 19th, 1903.) SYDHgQIQKEJLS Writ* : " Buyers ■will give very much better prioe for toot Batter than for any other in New Zealand." (Letter, May 29th.) Gold Medal Awarded Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. lAHOUSehoiaiteisJSSSit;;! ' Always obtainable from I (i \lp a*' Grocers, Provision I A Table Delicacy H V4S? act-chants and Dairymen. I Always the Best | supplied Dsuiy. I WORLD-FAMOUS BUTTER. 188 NEW ZEALAND DAISY ASSOCIATION LIffIITEB WHOLESALE DEPOT: WELLESLEY ST.. AUCSUHft.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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