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CABBAGE TREE BfyAND ©allcoes Sheetings HOLD THEIR OWN in the face oT H ALL COMPETITION. Competent judges say : CNOODBTEDLY They are the Best! Heavy Shipments in all Makes and Widths—Just Landed. R. & B. are Sole /\gents and Importers of Calicoes aqd Sheetiqgs ' , Branded Cabbage Tree. Dress Materials an3 c eoio«red FACE CLOTHS, AMAZONS and MELTONS, VICUNAS, . HABIT SERGES, Etc. Exceptional Value in DRESS SERGES, Navy, Cream, and Black. Doable Width DRESS. TWEEDS, B}d., lOfd., 1/3, 1/6, up. Double -Width All-Wool DRESS TWEEDS, 2/-, 2/6 yard. New Flaids, Tartans, Etc. FLANNELETTES, WTiite and Coloured, Plain and Fancy, Heavy and Light Makes. New BLOUSE FANCIES in All-Wool, Mixtures, and Flannelettes in great variety. SMART CUT DRESS SKIRTS. Novelties in UNDERSKIRTS, in Moirette, Sateen, Felt, etc. '

PUBLIC NOTICES. PT?T?YAIVT COAL . JDXi J. -ft. l> .1 , MERCHANT.' COVERED VANS FOR FURNITURE. Phones— 879—CU3TOMS-ST. WEST. U3B—JERVOIS-RD., PONSONBY. 1830—GREAT NORTH-RD., Corn« SURREY-ST. Fγ. j. poktee'S I dry-cleasikg" and Iβ ■ Executed on Shortest Notice. KJUtANGAHAPE-RP. Ring up 1741 and have «|[ Van collect Your Order SEND FOR CATALOGUE. ' UPTON'S TEA, LIPTON'S TEA, LIPTON'S TEA IS LIKE NEWZEALAND'S BATTLESHIP, OF IMPERIAL QUALITY. IT IS THE EMPIRE'S MOST POPULAR TEA. AND THE ONLY TEA THAT SATISFIES THt NATIONAL TASTE OF THE BRITISH RACE. ALL GROCERS. LIPTOJS'S TEA, UPTON'S TEA. Mitt § •. I THE ACOEN BE AND, IS ABSOLUTELY THE CHOICEST OF TABLE BUTTEES. BETAIL, GROCERS AND DAIRYMEN. : WHOLESALE ON'LIT, W. JONES, WINSTONE'S BUILDINGS, 'jj| QOEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. . M

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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