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rpo OCR CUSTOMERS AND CONBTJM*. T >RS* GENERALLY. r'-~~V-™.r We have a large' stock of rations 'coal : on hand, and to be supplemented by : th» following shipments now discharging, ex . S.S. KITTAWA — 500 tons GreymontH. Coal, and ex - ■■. S.S. KORORI — 1100 tons best Newcastle House, Steam, and- Sinitay. Coal S.S. WAITEMAXA — 2500 tons Best New-, castle House, Steam, and Smithy Coal | ■ • ■ ' PEB STjsaAIER — 500 ton s Westport Houue, Steam, and Small Coal; also y PER STEAMER — 100 tons Westport Stockton House Coal; to arrive nest , week, ...__, .... 'i;r PER STEAMER — 1000 tons Greymouth ;■■ Coal „ '-m 6000 TONS COKE Also, FIREWOOD, BBICKS. LIMB, i and SAND, etc." ' *' J. 4. GRAIG, LIMITED, QUEEN-ST. T. PEACOCK .& SON, UP-TO-DATE OPTICIANS AND . II SIGHT SPECIALISTS, 218, QUEEN-ST. M R J.A.P EACOCS - F.S.M.C., ENGLAND, WITH HONOURS. Commodious Rooms, best appliances, ampla selection of Spectacles, and Accurate S ■ Fitting. _ / 1 GOLD WIRE, any name, 3/6, post ft* DENNES BROS.; Queenit, Ancklanff. L .. ■ M 434 I\XANDARIN LAUNDRY GJAZE-gives a ■"A- Beautiful Iyorj* Gloss to Starched (roods, surpassing the Brightness of Chinese Linen. Ironing with-it is a'pleasure. Price, 6d and 1/ everywhere. Wholesale Agents; A. J. ENTRICAN .AND/CO. .., . , " .../ ••-■■■' QUEfft STREET \\ iIJUQiiiiJU if- 'I I I Jj T' ' 1 Why uf a bad Starch? It spoils ;jpur day's ironing and ruffles /your temper. ' You will g*t unbounded satisfaction ty using " SYLVIA," 7 the sterling qualities of which * neve; vary. When ordering,7 plea.c ask for the lib Boxes, redfrbal.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 78, 1 April 1909

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