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IF there ls one Department wfrloh we are more proud of than any arner Department Jn our Store,.it is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and we strongly recommend the following Blends: — VICE-KEGAL BLEND— A Tea-of fine growth and choice flavour: 2/ per lb, 51b tins 0/6, 101b 19/. GOLDEN TIP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of choice flavour and aroma; 1/8 per lb, Gib tins 8/6, 121b 19/. MONOGRAM TEA— .To further meet the demands of our customers who require a really good fri-mlly tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lb, Gib tins 8/6, 121b 17/. TBE OLD MILL TBAA Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; 1/4 per lb, 81b tins 7/6. 121b 15/. H. M. SMEETON, LIMITED, j GENERAL PROVIDERS, f. QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. M4UO TAN FIELD, POTTER AND UQ.'S ANNUAL CASH SALE. Q.ENUINB "DEDUCTIONS. CHINA, GLASSWARE, FANCY GOODS, FINE AET POTTERY. CUTLERY, and ELECTROPLATE. TCTYERY A RTICLE "DEDUCED. Discounts 10 per cent to 23 per cent. 2/ to 5/ In the Pound Reductions. A RARE CUANCE'TO INTENDING FURNISHERS. NO Old) STOCK. ALL. NEW GOODS. DINNER SETS, TEA BETS, TOILET WARE. The Whole of TAN FIELD, I'OTTER AND CO.'s up-to-date Stock at Sweeping Reductions for CASH. Special Prices to hotels and boardinghouses. New Shipments Just to hand Included lv sale. Goods booked during sale charged ordinary prices. TANFIELD, POTTER AND CO., 242, QUEEN-STREET. LADIES' TAILORING WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR ;NEW : SEASON'S GOODS, AMONGST WHICH ARE A LARGE NUMBER OF SPECIAL "PJXCLUSIVB /COSTUME X ENGTHS, Ef S.S. WAIMATE. NOW IN HARBOUR FROM-.LONDON. WE MAKE COSTUMES TO ORDER FROM" £0 OV YOU CAN BUY FROM US READY-MADE COSTUMES AT WHOLESALE -; PRICES. I WE ALSO MAKE AND STOCK TOJiQ | . . PALETOTES, CIRCULAR CAPES, ! ETC., ETC. If we cannot fit you from we will make you one to measure at a little more money, say about '8/. ' . DO YOU EVER HAVE A BOTHER IN GETTING A COSTUME READYMADE TO FIT YOU »'•■•■ lIF YOU DO, CALL ON T) ALTON ■HE MAKES ALL ALTERATIONS TO HIS READY-MADE COSTUMES FREE. He also leaves large inlays ''Sown Inside seams, so that they can be altered to fit. J.H DILTON. , rnoißOi °" mm With. Proper Glasses, -well fitted by rp -p>i3ACOcjs: &. £20:n, opticians, 218, QUPN-BT,. SPECIALITIES: Commodious ftpoms. Best Appliance**, Ant pie' Selection of Spectacles, and Accurate Fljtluff. MR J, A. PEACOCK, F.S.M.C, England, has recently returned from London, where be" x>o*&se<J " both exams- of the WorsVilpiCni Cosnpcxty -**•? SpeviacA-* } fakers, Ln Optics W_ . ftVflfti t|fc| fUttftl Witt JiOQ-
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909
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