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I PUBLIC NOTICES. MUT'TtJM IN PARVO. — THE CHEAPEST CASH SHOP IN AUCKLAND. — PRIME MEAT, the very best of Meat, to be had at T. BASTER'S, PONSONBY'S POPULAR BUTCHER. He alwaye trys to PLEASE one and all. and as I sell strictly for cash only, families can cave 30 per cent by purchasing direct from mc. All I ask is one trial, and I am certain you will return again. Quality Is the strongest test of cheapness. My Motto: Cleanliness, Civility, and Attention. No connection whatever with any other firm. T. BASTEK, ■ "DUTCIIER, T>ONSONBY-RD. Ring up Phone 1114. OUR CLIENT WILL NEVER REGRET THE HIGH FIRST COST OF A STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. His bills for Low Current Consumption will always remind him pleasantly of our good advice. He will speuk to his friends of the wonderful economy of the STANDARD ELECTKIC ELEVATOR. Whereas the placing of a contract for the supply of a Cheap Electric Lift offered by those who do not understand electrical conditions, will certainly reflect discredit upon the professional adviser, and, indeed, may prove a ghastly blunder. Ask the users of over 300 STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATORS in Australasia what they think. Th<> GOOD POINTS of the STANDARD are expensive, but they are vital. They ensure Durability, Reliability. Efficiency, Economy, and Safety. STANDARD LIFTS ARE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. Sole Agents for New Zealand, TURNBULL AND JONES, LTD. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS. M 342 P. BRYAKT7 merchant. COVERED VAN'S FOR FURNITURE. : Phones— 879—CUSTOMS-ST. WEST. 1138— JERVOIS-RD., PONSONBY. < 1830—GREAT XORTH-RD., Cornet SL'RREY-ST. O. E. FARROW TJUILDER AND /CONTRACTOR, TTAS TJEMOVED TO LARGER PREMISES HOBSON STREET , (OPPOSITE THE TRAMWAY POWER STATION.). Telephone 2475. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSES OK BUILDINGS. HIGH-CLAPS SHOP AND OFFICE FITTINGS A SPECIALITY.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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