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IF there Is one Department which we are more proud of than any orner Department in our Store, it Is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and we strongly recommend the following Blends: — VICE-R2GAL BLEND— A Ten of fine growth and choice flavour; 2/ per lb, 51b tins 9/6, 101b 19/. GOLDEN TIP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of choice flavour and aioma; 1/8 per lb, 61b tins 9/6, 121b 19/. MONOGRAM TEA— Te further meet the demands of out eustimers who require a really good family tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per 10, 61b tins S/6, 121b 17/. THE OLD MTXI* TEA— A Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; 1/4 per lb, 61b tins 7/6, 121b 15/. H. M. SMEETON, LIMITED, GENERAL PROVIDERS, QTJEEN-STBEEr, AUCKLAND. M<WO AUCKLAND TTARBOUR T>OA RD. ■pLECTION. TO PAYERS OF DUES AND SHIPOWNERS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— In response to numerous requests, I.stood and was successful at the last poll. •I now have pleasure in intimating that I will again be a candidate. I assure you I w'.ll in a fearless manner use my utmost endeavours in trying to make Auckland an up-to-date and tree port, which Is tne great question at Issue. I would therefore respectfully solicit your support for my candidature, and your vote on the 29th lnst. Tours faithfully, 3. H. GUNSON. TANFIELD, POTTER AND CO.'S ANNUAL t CASH SALE. NOW PROCEEDING. 242, QUEEN-STREET. M 475 "pYESIGHT pONSTANTLY /CHANGES ATR TJ A "DARTLETT, G. 5.0.1., EXAMINES THE EYES AND OFFERS ADVICE FREE. SPECTACLES FOR EVERY OPTICAL DEFECT. AT MODERATE PRICES. FRAMELESS AND BIFOCAL SPECTACLES. A P "DARTLETT, OPTICIAN AND JEWELLER, 222, QUEEN-ST. YOUR friends will be delighted to get a copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Aact- - land," obtainable at the "Stas"' Olhce ana nil Stationers. Price 2/.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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