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'" " ' tf PBAPEBY. C-OTHIWG. Etc t >&***■■ v. ■-<—— —-——i -"I • i THF A A " QTnRV 1 | fl ».t j|L yja 0 I UKf i . | " IWO ST£B»L_$ M ■ . T 1 §E OF THE ''. ; 3 <t>- . ... . .iv-a,, **" ' _ '-.■" ZS-'". „., ,„.!„„ - •'" : 3.'. ■ $= •gp - ■!' B THE TRADE pretty village oiWigstonrm leif_ M . Di . cestershire, possesses two churches 5 |jr i!IA Ift ft. and a factory. Seen from one of the green fields outside the village, the i factory stands just between the two steeples. This fac= ;f |_ tory is the home o! the famous hraud oi underwear-5 |§r known all over the world as "Two Steeples." , | OUBHRIMftBLE * a 1895, after elaborate '«prt- . ; fc fiun-DiiJiriiP meats, the.makers prodaced an;^ i§_ UNO_tIW_AIH[. all=wool garment that would not S |S shrink. Those who bought it §= quickly found it all that it was claimed to more; 8£ They found that it would withstand extremely hard-3 I IL^flf 08 Sc^sfla'Ltl'l B "nnD Y9tm of its days. They were de= 'o I <|E lighted with it; they told their 3 J| friends about it, and the fame of "Two Steeples" Uh»y 38.. shrinkahle Underwear spread with amazing rapidity. 3| E " Two Steeples" is the premier fe 3 nmoi ««** shrkikabie Underwear. First in.1095,r^ BEST. and to=(?sy it is still uniyersaliy re= I |E garded as the finest brand of under* E wear in the world. 3 Sr .«„-.,.,«,»»-.„« Only the best yarns are used | TRUSTWORTHY, in the manufacture nf | IE Steeples" Underwear. It is this that makes it so delight= IE fully comfortable and absolutely trustworthy. 3 _ When next you buy underwear,-buy'Two g BUY BT. Steeples," and when you get it in actual 4 IS wear, you will join the ranks of the enthusiastic thou= 3 g= sands who "won't buy any other." ~3 g FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN, AND CHILBRENo 3 I $M!lii§ CMIGHEY, «**i. ."v'|"' SOLE AGENTS FOB iiOeSLfIKD. : TBJBER BISBCHAPiTS. ) BOOKSE--3BS. < .": '/■ "~ T I AUCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL - L -" ?J - t »- ■ I - UNION, THE LETLAND O'BRIEN TIMBER _ -;.r:, / . CO.. LTD., AUCKLAND. 139, QtHSEN^STBEET. AND AT KING'S SOME RECENT. THEOLOGICAB i DUIVE -T^ot^ CS ' BAY - Hoyt, D, W., fold's TeacUlng . ! 1 489. Head Office and Order Department. Co^^l%.^Oj^^J^ a "^--^^ 1539. Customs-fit. West Mill . "Ca° We; Trust the Bible- Chapters 1743 Kind's Drive Hill of Biblical Criticism ..>.........;:. 2/1 .. * ' KAURI,'TOTABA, RIM-C. WHITE PISE-, Key. If. S., "The Saving ■ = JOINERY, AND MOULDINGS. - D l^ t - hs - S' -f--Ist Awards (3 Gold Medals). Auckland "He .gum in the Modera iCnd, IntroExhibition, IS»3 and 9, for Variety, ■ d , u ?, ao " by . Hv,."- ..?rt" S rSl- I';) " '*"'' \ Quality, and ExceU_.ce of Work. s^ e h . '.'. . . . W •I T - r\i-n ' Freeman. D.' J., -'Concerning . they-,-. . ii.-U 13. ' - Christ" ..I. '..,.............,» Lamoreaur, A. A., "The - Uufold_g ■ 1 . : -- Life" .-., ■ -.».- ---j Parlvin. Rev. George, -The New Tespl-iv —.. rrn ■••—,■ -^amm—i»r<s »»«, meat Portrait of "Jascs" ..:...;.';.. ./». : _ ihe OUR! TIMBER 00. w r c^&.^Th„!oS^ t .. *•' t limited. D L B c?_ce^\ P :\:: H ! a :^ F^ th ! wd . aD . d « ■' i OUSTOMS-STREET WEST. Lowt-ie. Rev. Walter. "Abba Fataer" 5/! h AB B stocTTt all times AUCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL > AMPLE SUPPLIES OF UNIUNj - , m " THOROUGHLY SEASONED KAURI " _L__i-" 1 TIMBER 1 SKIRTING _ l " FLOORING ARCHITEAVES TT'DT'.OI-' S&T ■ r.ll ;' LINING DOORS UiTlUi). 0& VVA •> MOULDINGS 1 BASHES' WORKS ON FRUIT CASES 1 BOXES ' JgLECTRICITY, jy-AGNETISII, __ rriELEGRAPHY, etc. , - 3 TURNERY IN ALL BRANCHES. _ t J*- „ nnmo Ctottt _ v 3 How to Make a Dynamo, Crofts—-/_■■• Electric Tramcar Handbook, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JfIINFRY Handy Electrical Dictionary, -Weber-1/,. , ; , JUUMCn I. Technical Electricity, Davidge and Hutctan. MADE FROM SEASONED TIMBER. I son. 4/6 ~ .-'f : Management of Electrical MachineiT, The Company Ban unrivalled facilities for Crocker and Wheeler—s/6 _..._. prompt execution of orders, -whether for Electricity in Homes aud Workshop* SPECIAL requirements or ordinary trade Walker—6/ ' ■■_ \ lines. ■ (Electrical Engineering, Joyce^ —o/ ,- jddre_ Telegrams. "Kauri, Auckland." Electricity Made Simple. Haskins—4/6 (Electric Light-for Country Houses—V« •■-.■■: TELEPHONE 728. l The Alternating Current Circuit Motor, Mayn, ' cock—3/ - .' ■■■ . o j, . „ * . ~ ~ .—. ! Electric Wiring Tables, Maycock,- 3/6 70 Send for Catalogue and Price —**. ; A.B.C. of Electricity, Meadowcroft—2/Ported Free on application to j Notes on Telegraphy, by Pratt and Mogs- ~ The KftURI TIP/iBEX CO B | E Masnetism ' Foster "* 1 " LIMITED Electrical Engineering,, Rosenberg—6/ " ' UPTON & CO. _. QUEEN-ST. ' v~^''S p. • EuxrcATiowAi,. j urn ~ " xkbitbakob. " EXAMIMATICNS. — - - ! And L „t Xl> v M h f RI ? E ' . TK H CTI ?- V -„pd Ca P Jtal Pnid-up' Rtinsurance, and Geqer. Twi 8 ? M , acWne Construction, Applied " Ke - erv6 f unds excee ds £542,000. V^.Mechanics and Steam, etc., for FIRE A> - D MARINE A]s - D ACCIDESI f; winding _rnincATE& RISKS ACCE Si^s AT CUKREXT W. I. ROBINSON. Address: MT. ROSKILL. Ptomp t and Liberal Settlements. — . Abovejjy Correspondence. | Profits Retained in the Colony^ r. THE AUCKLAND SCHOOL FOR a. s. mw«. T. ENGIMEERS. : ——— T. Prindpal-JAS. W. BOWER, VICTO BU INSUBANCE COMPAXI, Certificated Mining and Mechanical )». LIMITED. ' -. *- T • Engineer. (Established 1540.) _ • , Correspondence Courses. OFFICES 21. SHORTLAND-ST. I. Day and Evening Classes for ALL Govern- Opposite "Star" Office. r raent Certificates lv Steam and Oil. Accepts Jelre. Marine, aud Fidelity. — - Write or Call for Prospectus. Guarantee Risks at-Lowest Kates, Address: Prompt nud Liberal Settlement of.Claims. _ TYRONE BUILDINGS, CUSTOMS-ST. FRANK EVANS. ; _4« ' EAST, Auckland. Manager for Auckland and Tarauaki. —. p-wtistrt. WE take ALL RISKS 1 a. c. hobbs, SDRGEON DENTIST INSURANCE CO, OF N.Z., ■ LIMJTBB, n—.„,. , rf to. FIRE, MARINE, and ACCIDENT,. Opposite Strand Arcade, next Saylncj *■ *, , r j •* pmnln*.' „„„. »BTiui.s Including Mortgagees' Indemnity,.. Empw Jr.. cc uanis, erß , uabiiity and Workers' Compensatsa* Bd! QUEBN-STEEET. Offices: 101. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. J, 434 Thone 446. NORMAN T. WILLIAMS, ManagM, ;.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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