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;.., ... ~ .. ... ...„,... . . 5 — - , - E) Sjft i ■ iti V* ff 11" ai &Iα el/! ■ ■ f°i KIU Coneisting of Mustard JPot with 'fe •. "A |1 ■ Spcoa, Pepper Pot and Cerebos lk .<■ ll H'ln SaU Shak<i . well-made of •h | t'£ b l {' Wl fine dear Glass ■^ t3l silyer "" {■* ]% "''. " ilyS'iP Theee . exceptional j^ , t-\i $■ kPHI' v^ lne ? au dy i ajdSjon send I*l''^i 1 t> I W& p P'lM If y9?..need-,aaditi6tial pieces teX gM || ■MV^β 1 WC siplirate. prices- nnfier P ■ p»ijQgr Pot ' '■' Cerebos Salt Gs, iiiciies ■ Shaker, '.■ j h i/6eacK. , /raT- ' i?^>| > >- ■, „-<£«# ■.. SK i ,^ high, (y Mmitai4Pot%flttißp6on,B/-each.; <r-- ■ |ii HStewart Bawawi g Cb., am, Uj., : .sggaS£dl

\ - .- * ■ " . . ;. : .•: ■ ■.■:."'"..- : : " HOLDS RECORD FOR LABGESS ALL tPOLiGIES, JiSSIJBD •='■O^ , ■OR PRIOE :TQ?-31^ decembek 2s^x^' : 'wiLii" teMBi:M"^M PROFITS ! THAy J3AJTE. .;!";' : "3;5 : ' ; Total CASH BONXTSBS diylded tie Members ......'.;.". ••jPTQ"KQfi PJil , ? AMOUNT of CASH PKOFITS .Divided for ONB XEAB (1907) ... -:' J 94K Equal to oyer 36 percent ol tie Premiums received iinder Partlclpatlng Assurance Policies during the year. , r . . , ■"._,.. , EVERY YR-A R A YEAR, v; INSURE AT ONCE AND PARTICIPATE IN THS PROFITS FOR imi OtJEpSNfPYEAR; . ... EDWAKD-W. LOWE, Eesldent Secretary. ; Branch Office— CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY.-WBi-'tjNGTON.' ' "'lv , -' '' ~' Auckland District Office 214-216, (JUEENrST. — -j," ". "•""". : ..."; ' '.'. ] DRAPERY. CLOTHPfG, etc. - :i -

1 "TWO : -STflPtf#'-1 E B iiv y t : LLI; bLy , :- 1 - .&: ■■ - ■■■- —-j ■ -.-.i/'. hh THE TRADE The Pretty village ojfWigstoii, !&» 3 madia cestershire, possesses two diprchssj jfc mAKIV. and a factory. Seen from oae:-qf iE : fields; iiHageVilis £•■ factory stands jost between tfie two steeples. This !ac= It tdry is the home 6t the famous bf arifl Tof Kjo3e£wgar g known all over the world as "Two Steeples." > 2 % UNSHRINKABLE In 1895 ' after elaborate eiperi= 3 llMncDiycAD ments, the makers produced an fc UNUtnfltAn. all=wool garment that would net E .'.!, shrink. Those who' foouglit if =§f fc quickly found it all that it was claimed to be—and more. P They found that it woutd withstand extremely hard 58 EIT WITHSTANDS Tl' J V etained , 5? I fc UXDn WCAD elastic freshness until the end =1 tiAnU WtAn of its days., f They' wereydcfg lighted with it; ti3ey told their 3 friends about it, and the fame of "Two Steeples" SJn= 3 g shrinkable Underwear spread with amazing rapidity. E FIRST AND " Two Steeples" is the premier Un= fc DCOT shrinkable Underwear. First in.1&95, fc utol. and to=day it is still uniyefsaliy 3 fc • ■ garded as the fiMest brand o! isa(ter= it wear in the world. ; TDIIOTWhotUV Only *c best yams are ase?S fc ll\UOi WUl\inr> in the manufacture of "Two =s E Steeples" Underwear. It is this that makes it so deliglit= fc fully comfortable and absolutely trustworthy. ; 3 j| piiv IT When next you buy underwear, buy "T\yo 3 BUT 11. Steeples," and when you get it in actual p wear, you will join the ranks of the enthusiastic thoii= sands who "won't buy any other." ;-: ; .fc FOR LADIESr GENTLEMEN, AND €ffIt!)REN. If 1 SMITH g-GAIJGHII/ ■ ; :3 1 •= . Se.life SGENTS FOR HDeKtaKDi .;, ,■ • •'' Sg

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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