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J. A. BRADSTEEET, TVRAKEB, JT-AKANGAiHAPE-aOADv Now Opened: LADIES' SEW COATS, himdreds to choose from. These are £ax the best tot, both regarding Styles and Values, I have ever offered, and comprise ITur-trimmed and Braid-trimmed Qoods; also, other Novelties. Prices io cult ererybody—l6/11 each to £6 5/. In LADIES' DR.ES3 GOODS, PtliAlN WRENCH AMAZON CDOTIH, Chiffon Finish, will be the Cloth oil I&.e season. Now offering All Shades, at four prices, ylz., 1/lli 3/B, 2/H. an<i 3/U yand. * au ~" Aleo, '" " A.Special Line of AL3VWOOL VIGOG-NQ CliOToa, at 1/Bi per yard, i ISxese goods were bought toy J. A. BBADSTH.BBT daring bis trip to and th« ■rainea oie Ten exceptlonali M 231 CHAMPION aQAIN TO THE RESCUE, \WABLIKB TBDBGRAPHiC COMMtTNICATION, 22/3/09. RIGHT HON. SIB JOSEPH. .WARDv Wellington. ' "Congratnlatlons for coming to "Emgland'e rescue with a first-class bat"tleshlp. Kindly cable King Edward "that ire will supply his entire fleet "with STANDARDS, and equip with .•.' *> 'CHAMPION' MUSCLE RAISER. J r *'Wihen shall our glory fade? How: do .{tty'you feel? mrf ■ -By Order, >'/;';• "P. VIRTTJE, Commander, •'' I "CHAMPION BATTLESHIP. , ' COMMANDER VIRTUE, Auckland. "Thanks for youv congratulations; "The matter is too important a one "to be taken other than seriously; but ".'. feel sure that is a practical man, . "you are with the Government (al"ways when it suits in doing anything it can to help the Old Country, "to which we are by bo many ties "deeply attached." (Signed) J. G. .WARD, SIE JOSEPH WARD, , Wellington. "I am considering the question, "in a eerious und . practical manner. "You should have stipulated battleship "to be our protector, and stationed "Auckland, under eye our local ad"mlral, otherwise we may get for our "two millions a gunboat of the Sparrow "type. My Intelligence Department "has never been caught sapping, as "you are aware, Champion alone has "kept 52 of the enemy at bay and In "order, with our. long TaiigesßTjn> and. "not palayer. I-'am ready 'to eelie; "Samoa, just say the word; God cave "the King!" V.. Auckland.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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