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j IF there Is one Department which we ere more proud of than any orner I>epartuieat in our Store, It Is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and we strongly recommend the following Blende:— VICE-REGAL 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 aud aroma; 1/8 per lb, 61b tins 9/6, 121b 19/. MONOGRAM TEA-* To further meet the demands of out cust>m«rs who require a really good family tea, we have Introduced tie Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lb, 61b tins S/6, 121b IT/. THE OLD MILL TEA— A Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; 1/4 per lb, 61b tdns 7/6, 121b 15/. H. M. SMEETON, LIMITED, : GENERAL PROVIDERS, QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. MdUO ASK FOE THEOGMOKTON WHISKY. "GOLD CEEST" AND 3 STAE. IMPEEIAL ALE IS A pUKE, T-)ELICIOUSLY-PALAT-ABLE, AND TO-ATCKALLT CELF-IIATUBED t BEER. IMPEEIAL ALE IS -DREWED FROM THE VEBX ■piSEST IyTALT AND TTOPS, AND | ' HAS BEEN A WARDED A j GOLD MEDAL i FOB "pXCELLENCE OB" QUALITY. ALWAYS ASK FOB IMPEEIAL ALE TTIGH pRADE AMEBICAX "DOOTS AND QHOES. Just Received, from the Manufacturers of note, A LARGE SHIPMENT OF LATEST STYLES IN LADIES' AND GENTS. , BOOTS AND SHOES. These Goods are well worthy of your inspection. Ag the Shapes are of the Newest, and particularly designed for OOMFORT AND QTYLE. USDAL MODERATE PRICES. ! DADLEY & SON, gEC:jKIT¥ gUILDINGS. 200, Q DEEN s t keei. 1180 I JUST THREE THINGS i WE Test Sight Accurately. I O WE Make and Fit Glasses Perfectly. 3 WE Repair Spectacles and Eye-glasses ( > Promptly. ALL OCR WORK IS WELL DONE. samuelTbabey mHE -pYESIGUT QPECIALIST, 290, QDEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. M 52 PATENT ; HAMMOCKS. 1 LBJJOY'S pATENT TJFJNFORCED TTAMMOCKS j GIVE PERFECT COMFORT AND REST. They ar<j the correct thing for sleeping oa the verandah. : Call an<! inspect, or write for illustrated list E. L X R OV - VENT AND COVEIt MAKER. 48 yueen-ss. CAEPET SQUARES, ; BUGS AND MATS, ' OVERMANTELS. We are opening some specially good shipments in each of the above lines, and would like you to caU and see them before the best patterns aie sold. I J. BROWN * SONS 1 34, K AUAKGAHAPEED U J

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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