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PRAPEBY, ChOTOXSO, Etc I New w I I Autumn lit aPS, _Jk IS I • Goods I |||;;i Our enormous stock of New Goods for Autumn ffli || I and Winter has been further supplemented by i > I 1 257 Cases and Bales JUST OPENED ex S.s. jj ill Waimate, making a total of |||| 1 I TCft Cases and M ■I YOU Bales II |||; : to date. These Goods comprise Novelties for IP ever y department and include the latest in Silks, ra||| H|lj Dress Fabrics, Millinery, Blouses, Mantles, Cos- j fflli tumes, Ladies', Gent.'s and Children's Underwear, I 111 R'bbons, Laces, Neckwear, Blankets, Shirtings, '' fflffijl Linens, Gent.'s Clothing and Mercery, Travelling ej| illp Requisites, Linoleums, Furnishing Drapery, etc.- ?11| ill 1 The whole making a perfect display of the most llli up-to-date goods for the coming season. |;i| |iii Early inspection * ' |1| ill respectfully invited. ' ||| ■If LIMITED, , x Iji ijl Importers Auckland i|

PtJBtlC NOTICES. ! ■ ■ i s —™» 'i I is desirable, and it is possible if you | furnish your home with furniture that is | made by competent workmen and with § well-seasoned timber. | ' ———WHUIIWMIPIiIHMHWI'ii IIiUM illli 'Hi ' M I TWO THINGS I H are necessary in order that this may be accomplished. I First—Seasoned Timber. :j; B That means the Maker must hold large stocks of Timber for a very 't I long time in order that it may become thoroughly dry and f I seasoned. • is P.; Our timber stacks contain many, many thousands of feet of care- % I fully selected woods—New Zealand woods, Australia n woods, I I American woods, English woods, and Continental woods. I Second —Modern Machinery. \ I So complete is onr vast factory equipment, that we are able to turn ' I out TEAM CARS that have brought us the best of testimonials, viz j I a repeat order for FIVE MORE CARS. Most of our i I LEADING CITIZENS . j H have in their homes articles of furniture that have won the admiration % §j of all their friends, and the wise among our 1 WORKING MEN \ D find it pays to buy the best, because furniture is nofc for a day, or a- I H year, but for a life time. 1 ALL OUR GOODS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. \ I ESTIMATES ARE GIVEN FREE OF COST. \ ■ You may visit our Factory and inspect the marvellous machinery by \ 1 securing an Order from our Office, Queen Street. ■ Walk through our Showrooms and see for yourself the DESIGN" j I QUALITY, and FINISH of our PRODUCTS. I] LIMITED, fI COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. \ Fl lira—■■■!■ WMIIMHII I .—B

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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