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jj7pßraiaq:iroTioiiß.y7:y FNNIS SEASON. — We have Just landed Racquets, Presses, Nets, and Balls, ill at Lowest Prices;" also Racquets Rehired. — 3. Wiseman aad Sons, Ltd., Queen street.' , * ■. , - ' **■ POUND — "Spring Blossom Ointment" Cures all it toucheg, and 1/; "Spring Blossom Pills," If; "Bloomlne" Cures Corns, Warts.-, and Bunions, 6d per packet. Chemists and Storekeepers. H ftz/iftft W%*~ : ---'7' IIN /SOFFEE, * AS IT SHOULD. BE MADE, At the fl LENDALE /IOFFEB AND "TIJA. v "DOOMS, ■Over C. Carter's Confectionery,.: Store, Opposite the Opera House, ~- WELLESLET-ST.: COFFEE MADE AND SERVED AS IN VIENNA, WITH CREAM. . Ladles and - Gentlemen' invited -to Taste. TJIMMER'S TjIINEST *pUBE QOFFEB, SERVED AS ON THE CONTINENT 'OF EUROPE. WEDNESDAY. TO SATUBDAY, MARCH 17th to 20th, From Noon to 2 o'clock p.m. Bach Day. mHE /7J.LENDALE "DOOMS Will be Opened-for Business, COFFEE LUNCHES, 12 to 2 p.m. AFTERNOON TEA, FROM MARCH 22nd. M2BO CfADDLB AND HARNESS REPAIRS.— ss> This branch of our Business has our careful attention.—J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd., Queen-st • Now Ladies! Don't have any substitute- . Don't have any just as good. Just have "TANIWHA," the brand of soap that's pleasing thousands. It has to be stocked by every grocer, because the public will have a pure soap, that will not hurt a baby, or the most delicate fabric. ~ D, GOLDIE, OCEANIC SAWMILLS. BEBAKWATEB'RD. "Telephones: 653, Head Offlce; 96, Order Offlce. Kauri, Totara, Rimu, White Pine, Oregon ■ Pine, Bluegum, Ironbark, Joinery and ■ ' Mouldings always -in Stock. D. GOLDIE, HOLIDAY SEASON — Are Your Trunks and Bags ln good order for the season? If not, send them for repair to J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd.. Qaeen-st. ANDARIN LAUNDRY GLAZE gives a Beautiful Ivory Gloeg to Starched Goods, surpassing the Brightness of Chinese Linen. Ironing with It Is a pleasure. Piice, 6d' and 1/ everywhere. Wholesale Agents: A. J. ENTRICAN AND CO. OIL AUS . COI^OTrRMEH. J. HENDERSON (Established 1&\60.) 'PAINTER,Vc"g£aZIEB. paperhangbr, "'" SIGNWRITER, 'DECORATOR, etc., SS, HIGH-ST. MIXED PAINTS FOR HOUSE AND SHII USE. SGHOOL BOARDS N.B. — The above executed at Modernt. Charges. ' ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Telephone No. 1213. W. PHILLIPPS & SON IMPORTERS OF PAPERHANGINGS AU grades. WHITE LEADS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND ALL KINDS OF PAINTERS' REQUISITES AND TOOL" I ARTISTS' REQUISITES OF ALL KIND! I SCRIM AND CALICO. 1 Special Make for the Trade. '■ MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE FRAMEI •' A Large and Varied Stock to Choose from. 1 GLASS — PLATE, SHEET, ORNJ MENTAL, etc. GLASS SHADES. I PICTURES FRAMED TO.ORDER. ' Our Immense Stock of Pap'erbnn'gi - ings always comprises the Latest 1 Designs, Wall Decorations ln Great I i, : Variety: :' " W. PHILLIPPS & SOS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL • OIL AND COLOUR MERCHANT NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST. ■PLUMBING. A. & T. BURT (LIMITED), IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURER Of PLUMBERS' AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES Telephone 419. . . Telegrams "Bur WAKE UP To the fact that R. TUDEHOPE, PLUMBER, etc., 80-32, WELLESLEY-ST. WEST. Always does reliable work, and wants I give you'ocular demonstration of the tc So send along your orders, delay is d gerous, especially if you have got c defective Plumbing about your house, t you are missing a lot of the pleasure life by not having the best work. "w B D° T HE B EBT w ORK CHAPPELL AND COURTENA ARE " PLUMBERS, 6, WAKEFIELD'S? "'■ ■■ ' ' . '" Phone: ; ~n ~-y ABCHITEOTS. EDWARD MAHONEY & SO ARCHITECTS. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND ( '.'"■:

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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