IF there is one Department which we are more proud of than any other Department In our Store, it Is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and we strongly recommend the following Blends: — BLEND— A Tea of fine growth and choice flavour; 2/ per lb, 51b tins 9/6, 101b 19/. GOLDEN .; TIP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of choice flavour aud aroma; 1/8 per lb, 61b tins 9/6, 12lb 19/. MONOGRAM TEA— To further meet the demands of our customers who require a really good family tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lb, 61b tins | S/B, 121b 17/. THE OLD MILL TEA— «A Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; 1/4 per lb, 61b tins 7/6, 121b 15/. . H. M. SMEETON, LIMITED, GENERAL PROVIDERS, QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND. HBOO OUB CLIENT WILL NEVER KfcUBET THE HIGH FIRST COST OF A STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATOB. His bills for Low Current Consumption will always remind him pleasantly of our good advice. He will speak to his friends of the wonderful economy of the . STANDABD ELECTBIC ELEVATOR. Whereas the placing of a contract for the supply of a Cheap Electric Lift offeredby those who do not understand electrical conditions, will certainly reflect discredit upon tne professional adviser, and, indeed, may prove a ghastly blunder. Ask thj; users of over 300 STANDARD .BLBCTB-C' ELEVATORS In Australasia, what they think. The GOOD POINTS of the' STANDARD are hut they are vital. They ensure Durability, Reliability, Efficiency, Economy, and Safety. STANDARD LIFTS ABE BEST VALUE FOB MONEY. Sole Agents for New Zealand, TURNBULL AND JONES, LTD. ELECTRICAL ENGINEEES AND CONTRACTORS. M 842 SEASONABLE SPECIALITIES AT RUSHBROOK AND BRIDGMAN'S FOB CAMPINGCOLOURED BUGS, 2/11. 3/11, 4/11, 5/6 each; HEAVY BUSH BUGS. 7/11, 9/11, 12/6; LARGE N.Z. RUGS, 14/6 each; RUBBER RUGS AND W. P. SHEETING. FOR TRAVELLING AND VISITING. LADiES' NEW MACKS. RAINPROOFS, AND WARM WINTER COATS; MAIDS' AND CHILDREN'S RAINPROOFS AND PALETOTS. An Immense Selection in the Latest Styles at Wonderfully Low Prices. j FURS! FURS'! GENTS' OVERCOATS AND RAINPROOFS BOYS' AND YOUTHS' OVERCOATS AND RAINPROOFS. COMFORTABLE SOFT SHIRTS. SWEATERS, JERSEYS, AND CARDIGANS. (SMART TUtfECKWEAB. NOVELTIES JUST OPENED, EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUE. At RUSHBROOK AND BRIDGMAN'S OPPOSITE THE TOWN HALL SITE, QUEEN-ST,. PREMISES OPEN ON SATURDAYS TILL 9 P.M. M 282 TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS. OURS ARE TRUTHFUL BEDST-EADS, that look you straight in the eye, because they know they ARE AS GOOD AS THEY LOOK. HONESTLY MADE THROUGH AND THROUGH, and choice uot restricted. PRICES ATTRACTIVE, a MATTRESSES. DON'T PURCHASE AN OLD THING THAT IS A MATTRESS because It looks like one. Get one from a store you can trust. » rpRY (~)TjR /COMBINATIONS, 30/ -pvUCHESS TDAIBS, f?0 F. PRIME, lEO ?rJS^ R E AND HOUSE FURNISHER, KARANGAHAPE ROAD. M 262 '■ XK7E DRAW YOCB ATTENTION OUB Q/Q WINDOW. I There are Goods in H, the ORDINARY PRICE OF WHICH IS AS HIGH AS 16/6. Yet these are put in, with others of almost equal value, AT O /Q EACH. You have a choice of Hundreds of articles. These goods are only 'to be seen, and they will soon be snapped up. SEE THE WINDOW. SKEATES BROS. JEWELLERS, QUEEN-ST, M 307 PROTECT TOT3K EYE'S With Proper Glasses, well fitted by im TJEACOCK & Q<ON, OPTICIANS, I 218/ QUEEN-ST. (SPECIALITIES: Commodious Rooms, Best \ Appliances, Ample Stlection of 'Spectacles, i and Accurate Fitting. j MB J. A. PEACOCK, F.S.M.C, England, I has recently returned from London, where Ihe passed both, exams, of the Worsalpful Company of Spectacle Makers, In Optics and Practical Sight Testing, with Honours. FOB SALE I A TDARGAIN, HANDSOME DIAMOND STAR, BROOCH, PENDANT. OR HAIR ORNAMENT COMBINATION. QUITE NEW. j Must be Bold regardless of its Value. J Fall Particulars and Prise apply— I BOX 351, AUCKLAND. MBO7

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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