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PTJBUC ITOTICEB. .3 THE ACOEN BBAXD IS ABSOLUTELY THE CHOICEST: '- ' I OF . ■ .'. \ TABLE BUTTERS. J RETAIL, GROCERS AND DAIBXHEw '' WHOLESALE ONLX— - T. W. / .! WINSTONE'S BUILDINGS, * ' I QUEfEK-ST., AUCKLAttn ~ P. BEYANT, COVERED VANS FOR FURNITURE, Phones— ■':.; -'.■ . 879—CUSTOMS-ST. WEST. 1138—JEEVOIS-ED., PONSONBY ' _ IS3O - 6RE S A U T RBE^° S^ H - BD - «** O. E. FAEE^ JgUILDER AND ' JJA.S REMOVED % TO LARGER PREMISES J - HOBSON STEEET (OPPOSITE THE TRAMWAY POWPn STATION). u "aa. Telephone 2475. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSEB ' I OP BUILDINGS. fcSES j I LIGHT j DAIMY j COOKING. I CAN ONLY BE SECURED &* ? I USING EDMONDS' PEIZB BA&. % ING POWDER. *l (» "■-.■:.-■:■.. .:;' I TT IS SPECIALLY ADAETBO ' I FOB PUDDINGS, BREADu 1 PASTRY, SCONES. ETC. _"•'£ I EDMONDS , I BAKING I 1 POWBEk 2 ■ ! JEWEILEBS, N.Z. GREENSTONE OF EVEBf I DESCRIPTION, GO TO E. LOUIS, QTJEEK-ST., opposite Railway Station. . Small Greenstone Hearts, Beans Belli etc., from 1/6. Large Greenstone Hearts, gold-mounted with fern leaf, Kla Ora, • Ake Ake, etc., from 9/6 to 23/. Green« stone Tikis, from 5/ to £3. Greehston* ' Souvenir Spoons, from 7/. l-dozen Handsome Silver Teaspoons, with Greenstone Handles, in case, 45/, 50/, and 60/. Green- , stone Butter Knives, from.6/8. Greenstone Jam Spoons, from 9/6. Greenstone Bread Forks, Pickle Forks, etc., from 9/6. Greei- ''='■■':. stone Paper Cutters, from 5/6. E. LOUIS has the Largest, and Choicest Assortment of N.Z. Greenstone Broodies, from 5/l : ; —i N.B. — All these Goods are the Best ~" Quality Greenstone. — rr\HAT PRESENT YOU ARE LOOKINdFOR IS AT JONES BEOS.' .» THE ORIGINAL NEWTON JEWELLEKi • We make a Speciality of Importing Goodi; r '' suitable for All Kinds of Presentation. On* Prices are always the Lowest. _ T. PLEASE REMEMBER WE CLOSE AI 6 P.M., SATURDAYS EXCEPTED. Ml7O

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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