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The telegraph engineer (Mr W. G. Meddinga) informs us that the following new telephone offices have been opened, viz: Manawaora and Cape Brett, in Bay of Islands district; Whangateau, near MaUkanaj Kereta, between Tapu and Ooroinandel ■ Okupu, on Great Barrier iHlunelj Taupaki, near Waitakero; and Marakopa, nouth of Kawhia, To nil these places tolograma -can now be sent. A bureau line been opened at Pukekoho, connected with Auckland by a trunk wire. Beware of Imitations. Call for WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. Kof Influenza tnUe Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Never falls. 1/0 and 2/8,

TAILORING. A REALLY SMART SUIT. £2 SA £2 10/, £2 IS/, and £9 3/. MADE TO MEASURE. The Suite now procurable from GEORGE DAVIES, 40, Queen-strert, fppoelte Smnetou'i, at the above prices, are realij eupurb lv style, fit, aud IInUU. The; equal In nppearauce the Suits Auckland men have been lv tha habit of paying the tailors who give credit live or six guineas lor, and they jkimohs one point which uo other ana caa •upply—tho i'iuuoui J».eep-Bmape Front. The "jveep-Snupe" Fixmt is * registered front Umt enaurea the coat trom turulug back ami jrotuug out of ahape. It Iβ the latest idea Crow the best Louuon aud Mew York luUiM-lue eataMlaluneuia, aud Mr. IMvies Is very lorcuuata luaeeu m possessing the uxuiuelvu ngm lo use tula iruiti lv coats uiude iv iScw uouil«ui«i n-ho har« a.roady. u&d suits wade at the Ohiistchurch votauiiaUiuout iluue urn "ixuep-jsuapo" Itont irtl lutrouueed have boeu hlguly plaaeod with Uα spiauuiu nau prouueua. x<hw, gpsciAi c«ro ik stvou to avu-y detail lv ute niAAiug u£ ercty «<imieiu, euu iv. iiAvtc* i« t4 tAtUUvo U(il yuuc »uit vriii tflVO COMPiCtO WUOU yuu oiuoi , it Il'OMt HiU) (AMI HU hlUt «UWlH'lacl( Uβ CO Btttte iu«i Uα will jjivb a wi'lllvu tmamte to rotouu yuu; , uiuuoy huvuju ;«u uuc ue ttutlroiy Mtltuod wllu Uβ vAruiuuu wheu you L'»«e«v» iupw, »o Mtr«uut« tut) diuor. kfUOO o{ *.-' ill CUB price d< Mil oima it* vtiuijNii'PU wWi tun uituuAiy moue-to-uiMmu'H »ujt, Ura»iy to wt> muueta uieiuooi auuptea lv we uifiiumj o( (he (jui-uicuta, tuiU, oC ooufso, et*e w> mc l'H«l U«t ho »«ii* uuttreiy mi' etui", ff«rtii« Uβ ei'eOH wuai< evw, tnua miM«uni uu u«u q»suti=| uuu, unci' iUli h oum seem HUiiifu mm uue umu ahuuid UAVe + 1 * A Hiri'itif ptUud i'ui' |iW «Ull jluit MltottttSß Buwu v>tuoV |e t 4UW tilllii IQ paj <oi' bis) uul l»«t in Juol WH"t uajipcuk, ror teuuiftWJU) , Hits lv 4'iiy *ov luiKu truu uu m>; jjwy, ttita it is itttUU'AUy uui ue uuov wao «iv« 4 tCMtttl »f « mi witu wi.o uoe4 pej , ™ you, >tf. Pavleii l»a« just upeutu m IM'iMigU « very luijee Helpmeet t>l ma ueWBB? uuO. mum lauiujp, Oirecs from m« uiauutauiuvetii, U'uey m, tludp nil tha (luedt uimui!4 ituU WiuHfiuea lv Ilia wtiliiuiuuile Ul'uwu iui4 g(r,ci\ wcretodn xv tuucb worn po W| aa (l wavy uonuiilul Utiht niateikl*, aud Uit> etaudurd quaULlo lv bluei pn4 lilu.uk*!, whtah are gaarauteed to rutaln Uielr quloui , , liulug e( the beat powlble dye, Veur «arly inap»o> tiou of t!ie»o tpleudld suitinge i« invited And advlaed. The addreai lai UEOttGH BAVIHB, 49, Quean-atveat, Auuklaud, aud at CUrlat> church, Wellington. aa<t Dunediii. iiiSi

DrxCcllis Browne's a r gj®s£f The ORIGINAL and ONLY CEMUt.ME. \ The Best Remedy known for Th« most Valuable Remedy ever dis:ov rc.B J& /"*f\T nC Effectually cuts short all attacks of H U \t\j\i\}T\&, V/V/L/ilkS, SPASMS. The only Palliative in B /W ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. Acts like a charm In NEURALOIA, GOUT, Rj ■ BIARRHffiA, DYSENTERY. & CHOLERA. RHEUMATISM, TOOTHACH _. B

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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