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I PUBUC NOTICES. i "BRITANNIA" CANDLE (STEARINE) Unequalled for every bousebold use. Will not bend or smoke. Gives a very steady light and is most pleasant to use. LIPTON'S TEA. LIPTCXN'S TEA. LIPTON'S TEA IS LIKE NEW ZEALAND'S BATTLESHIP, OF IMPERIAL QUALITY. IT IS THE EMPIRE'S MOST POPULAR TEA. AND THE ONLY TEA THAT SATISFIES THE NATIONAL TASTE OF THE BRITISH RACE. ALL GROCERS. LIPTON'S TEA. LIPTON'S TEA. MlO7 D. GOLDIE, OCEANIC SAWMILLS. BRBAKWATER-RD. Telephones: 653, Head Office; 96, Order Ofllce. Kauri, Totara, Rlmu, White Pine, OregoD Pine, Blaegum, Ironb—rk, Joinery and Mouldings always in Stock. D. GOLDJJE, Get more eggs and better bacon! "AUSTRAL" FOOD. Makes poultry and pigs profitable. Sold by all Merchants and Storekeepers and direct from the Manufacturers Union OU Soap & Candle Company, Ltd., Auckland. FHOTOGRAFHX. Ifcneh oM>HOFTOG»APHY. is auotiS, irt OUR --' *f ' - FREE ■'. GQALOGIIE B letui send you a Copy • SHARL^MD)£e(T < fe Photo Supply Stores i_-**»--Sir DENTISTH^. AN APPOINTMENT § WITH A DENTIST is not looked flbrward to with any degree of pleasure by the client. While admitting there are justifiable reasons for this fact, we are of the opinion that the careful and painless methods we employ In all M dental work, combined with our B reasonable fees, are responsible U for the prompt manner with which a clients' appointments with us are I I Special attention and study given ■ I to each individual patient's needs. t g H Painless Extractions. 1/. M ■ Bridge Work a Speciality. M bs Nurses In attendance. 3 ■ Hours, from 8.30 to 6 daily S g Saturday. 8.30 to 1; 7t09. " H 1 THE AMERICAN DENTAL I PARLORS. I j| DR. RAYNER, S g CORNER QUEEN AND WELLES- I M LEY STS., AUCKLAND. if CONVEYANCES. jgOGDE AND J^C-g-EDDIE, DEVONPORT AND TAKAPUNA BTJSES. Leave Leave Leave Devonport Milford-rd. Alison's __ Corner. •T.ud a.m. 7.10 a.m. 7.20 a.m. 9-20 7.45 7.55 10.20 8.50 0.0 '11.20 10.10 10.20 512.45 p.m. 11.5 1120 ?_ 2 - 50 12.45 p.m. 12.55 p.m. 3*l-45 1.40 1.50 •01.00 2.50 3.0 2.50 113.50 3.40 5.50 4.20 05.15 J 4.40 04.20 05.15 }4.40 •4.50 6.0 05.25 J3SO 56.30 6.15 08.30 §9.0 86.40 9.1.5 10.50 SUNDATS. Leave Leave Leave Devonport. Milford-rd. Alison's Corner. 9.50 a.m. 9.0 a.m. 10.50 10.50 a.m. U.O 11.50 12.0 noou U2.15 p.m. 111.30 p.m. 1.45 •2.20 3.30 p.m. 2 25 2.50 4.0 J3.45 3.20 5.0 .4.15 4.50 6.0 t 5.15 88-50 J6.15 °-20 17.45 ||To Alison's Corner only. JCalls at Hotel. oOmitted Saturdays. {Saturdays only. 'Round the Lake. P. BOGTJE, Geneial M«na_er.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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