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PUBLIC NOTICES. MTJLTUM IK PARTO. — THE CHEAP- ■ EST CASH SHOP IN AUCKLAND. — PRIME MEAT, tin- very best of Moat, to be hnrt nt T. BASTEIYs, PONSONKV'S POPULAR liUTCUBR. He nhva.vs tr.vs to PI/EAHE one and nil, :ind aa 1 sell strictly for cnsli only, fnmllles can euvo 30 per cent by pnrchueliiK direct from mc. All I nsk Is one trlnl, unci I am certain you will return asnln. Quality Is the strongest test of chpnpucHS. My Motto: Cleanliness, Civility, and Attention. No connection winterer with any other firm T. BASTEE, QASH jgTJTCHER, pONSO.NBY-RD. Hlnß up Phone 1114. NEW DESIGNS IN PLATEDWARE We have right here a collection of the most BKA.UTIFUL, DESIGNS In PLATEDWARE tbat It Is possible to see round about EVERYTHING IS UP-TO-DATE AXD IN" THE BEST OF GOOD TASTE. OUK NEW COLOECTION ready for your Inspection, and will bo found exceptionally eompleto nud attractive. Come and see how we enn meet your desires, and how little the cost will be A FEW SUGGESTIONS FOE, PRESENTS. Best E.P. Cruets, 10/, 12/0, IK/: Beat E.P. Biscuit Barrels, 12/6, 10/. 17/8, 20/; Best E.P. Butter Dishes. 7/0, 10/ 12/6/ 15/; Best E.P. Bread Doavda, 15/, 17/0, 20/. Many other useful presents Just as clienp. A. KOHtf, 178, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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