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MEDICAID , . . SUPERFLUOUS ffAIB. f.-yiOLET gNOW, QREAM. IS A GUARANTEED PERMANENT CURE. EXCELLENT FOR Freckles, Blackheads, Wrinkles, etc. Price, 4/6 per bottle, from following Chemists: —Alckln, Cooper, Denby and Co., Henderson and Barclay, Hall, James, and J. A. Blomfleld, Ponsonby; or direct from HEMSLEY BURNET, Cafe Cecil Buildings, Chrlstchurch. M 405 SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT l ■ Was proved at the Supreme fm Court of Victoria $tp to be a prepara- "▼ tion of genuine) merit. INSIST UPON THE GENUINE. INSURANCE. mHB SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE J. COMPANY, LTD. Capital Paid-up, Re-insurance, and General Reserve Funds exceeds £5-11000. FIRE AND MARINE AND ACCIDENT RISKS ACCEPTED AT CURRENT BATES. Prompt and Liberal Settlements. Profits Retained In the Colony. Local Institution. A. S. RUSSELL Branch Manager. .TTICTOBIA INSURANCE COMPANY, I«»J LIMITED. (Established 1849.) OFFICES 21, SHORTLAND-ST. Opposite "Star" Office. Accepts Fire, Marine, and Fidelity. Guarantee Risks at Lowest Rates. Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claims. FRANK BVANS. Manager for Auckland and Taranakl. WE TAKE ALL RISKS! National INSURANCE CO. OF N.Z., LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, and ACCIDENT, Including Mortgagees' Indemnity, Employers' Liability and Workers' Compensation. Offices: 101, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. NORMAN T. WILLIAMS, Manager. OH AND COX.OURMEN. ~ J. HENDERSON (Established 1800.) PAINTER, GLAZIER, PAPERHANGEB, SIGNWRITER, DECORATOR, etc., 88, HIGH-ST. MIXED PAINTS FOR HOUSE AND. BHIP USE. SPECIAL BLACK FOR SCHOOL BOARDS. N.B. — The above executed at Moderate Charges. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Telephone No. 1213. W. PHILLIPPS & SON. IMPORTERS OF PAPERHANGINGS All grades. WHITE LEADS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND ALL KINDS OF PAINTERS' REQUISITES AND TOOLS. ARTISTS' REQUISITES OF ALL KINDS. SCRIM AND CALICO. Special Make for the Trade. MOULDINGS FOB PICTURE FRAMES. A Large and Varied Stock to Choose from. GLASS — PLATE, SHEET, ORNAMENTAL, etc. GLASS SHADES. PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. Our Immense Stock of PaperhangIngs always comprises the Latest Designs, Wall Decorations In Great Variety. W. PHILLIPPS & SON. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OIL AND COLOUR MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS, QUEEX-ST. DENTISTRY. A. E. HOBBS, SURGEON DENTIST. Opposite Strand Arcade, next SaTlngt QUEEN-STREET. •rtione 446. BOOKSELLERS. AUCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 139, QUEEN-STREET. BOME RECENT THEOLOGICAL WORKS. Hoyt, Dr. W., "The Lord's Teaching Concerning Ills Own Person" 2/6 "Can We Trust the Bible?" Chapters of Biblical Criticism ~ 2/n Webster, Key. F. S., "The Saving Truths of the Gospel" 8/9 "Religion In the Modern Mind," introduction by Dr. D. McAllister .... 6/ Smith Rev. J. Gibson, "The Christ of the Cross" 8/e Freeman, D. J., "Concerning the Christ" * V Lamoreaux, A. A., "The Unfolding Life" * a/ Parkin, Rev, George, 'The New Testament Portrait of Jesus" _... 2/0 Warden, R. J., "Permanent Elements In Christian Theology" 8/8 Dv Bose, W. P., "High Priesthood and Sacrifice" c/ Lowrie, Bey. Walter. "Abba Father" 0/6 AUCKLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, . x M 4 UPTON & CO. WORKS ON TfILECTRICITY, TyTAGNETISM, mELEGRAPHY, etc. How to Make a Dynamo, Crofts—2/ Electric Tramcar Handbook, Agnew—3/ Handy Electrical Dictionary, Weber—l/ Technical Electricity, Davidge and Hutchln. eon. 4/6 Management of Electrical Machinery, Crocker and Wheeler—s/6 Electricity In Homes and Workshops, Walker—6/ Electrical Engineering, Electricity Made Simple, Ha skins— 4/6 Electilc Light for Country Houses—l/ 8 The Alternating Current Circuit Motor, May. cock—B/ Electric Wiring Tables, Maycock, 3/6 A.B.C. of Electricity, Meadowcroft—2/ Notee on Telegraphy, by Pratt and Mogg— 4/ Electricity and Magnetism, Foster and Porter—l 2/6 Blectitcal Engineering, Rosenberg—6/ UPTON & CO. QUEBN-ST.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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