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Sergeant Bernard Greene, an old'-iresl-dent of Onehunga, passed early hour this morning, after a-lin&W--ing illness. Sergeant Greene had been a member of the police force for -forty; years or more, and prior to his l retirement, about ten years ago, was in chirge of the Onehunga district He had" w)» the respect of the people by.'hiJ attention to public duty, and his geniilmanner had won for him a wide circle of friends. ■.- .iS'v Two-dome gloves, in beavet Mi browns. 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s lid, 4s lid; •green, navy, and violet kid, 3s lid, i* lid; long ditto, 6s Cd; suede, 2s lid/ 3' lid, 4s 6d; long white kid, 3s ild, 4s;U<V up; fabric gloves, all colours, Is to 2.3.'Ui —At McOullagh and Gower's.— lMhC Trousers, special value 4/11/ :5/Ni--6/11, 7/11, 10/6 pair at Bridgman's, opposite the Town -Haj" I site. Open'till 9 to-night—(Ad.)" < For a- rainy day: Waterproof materials, 60in wide, green, navy, brown, dark (grey, fawn, etc., 3s lid to 5s lid yawSplendid raincoats, from 3iyds, of-these goods on sale.—At McGußagh' Gower's.— (Ad.) ' ■■■!'<'■ '■■ ~ Neglige shirts from 3/11. Tasty:patterns and choice colourings, the best te be seen and had in town. —Geo. Fowlds,— (Ad.) . :..:yK: Just opened: Grand assortment .of ~uB;: brellas and en-tout-cas; smart handles, \n shepherd crooks, etc., 2s lid, 3s : im 4s lid, 5s lid to 25s.—At MeCullagh;«!*.; Gower.— (Ad.) - ';, ' Easter encampment: Smith ( Gaughey, Ltd., are showing ah enflOTOl*. variety of rugs, blankets, and sheetings, suitable for camping; JoweS" prices. Inspection invited.—(Ad.) « The smartest and daintiest novelties.^ ; millinery, leading shapes, leading stwi to be seen in our showroom.—iMcCuUag' and Gower, importers. . A. splendid. tion of ready-to-wears and untrimme' straws just opened.— (Ad.) The place to get taking ties fronj* upwards. Miles and miles of attra?W» neckwear in this shop.—Geo. Fowlds--(Ad.) Coats and Jackets: A very large riety of stylish lines from leading.«»?»• facturers. Samples, Only one of:»,«)» We are giving our customers thVV vantage.—McCullagh and GoWW, ifflF" ,te«.— iJ&l , . . - ■.'• :'.V-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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