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PUBLIC NOTICES. PRICE AND QUALITY. h These two Important Items nowadays are H_ the basis of business. Every article pur- «•_.„. v „-_ m chased at the "ECONOMIC" is not only H "'■■VS 'Onr I reasonable in price, but is also reliable and ■ Moneys Worth I dependable. Whatever you buy here, you ja I receive satisfaction and value In the fullest H ~~ ; HARD WEAR HOSIERY—AII Wool. M CVCf/DOGI/ KIIAUC Just the kind you like, Soft and Comfort- H ' I ~,|V ffO able, yet Good Wearing. S3 t h P wnd of imnrt. «.. PL ItA N 2 % AS 2^ MEKE - VS - 1/8 ' V 9' 1 1 We Efc h 2/ a 3 ve 2 a /6 Cheaper Stocking at 1/, 1 o^^^^ wool with a little cotton mixed with it; ■ most all go^ds^ at "" an all-wool hose at 1/ is much too rough ■ Mcd arop ln £° Ms y* 4* l^ ; V, |Sl°^er H m^-S S e£? J LISLE THREAD, Lace Ankles, V, EI Tn e "ECONOMIC" FlahnoW* 1/6, 1/11, 2/0. Eg are 36 Inches wide, and b 2? LISLE AND SUEDE FINISH GLOVES. Eg Jefla Wemlalit mo , ot *}; face<l .'ana $ The Prices are Low, but the Gloves are Batter they're washed a? U$!M well made, and are good for a season's wear ■ before. The prices are- pi.i °° -and more. B Striped, 9*<i, BJd 7»d ■ flw""?* 2-DOME LISLE, All Shades, V, 1/6, 1 also, 32 inches wide, 6Jd Id 'Si l/y. Bh y(J ' *iH ELBOW - LENGTH FABRIC ■ ■ GLOVES. 1/11, 2/6. m THE NEW COSTUME TWEFtm ' LONG WHITE GLOVES have been M are both smart and servlceahl j very scarce. We have them! 1/9, fi N""" "Shadow-Stripe" Onotm?- 1 1/11, 2/6 pair. ■ ■ Cloth 6yds for 7/U i $M ' »—«»»»». ■«TlTl]]fl for ; ' 1K Special Value, 6>ds IH. J. PARMER, " r V S^ I »"—• LASDLAW BRQS; "The Heonomlc," 189,191, 193 Symonis__7 M 204 I iIIIMMHI WIIBI IWliajL_ § I &k AUSTRALASIA'S CHOICE j LA JMh& '■■'' I /H PPJf CANADIAN corset! __j Cl-f-1 j )J/PH " A charming new■ jnudel, combininfr|t<? advantages of the" girdle top, with' '" m I J j 'hose pf the medium long hip corsel." |j Ln Jfl\ II '1 Produces lines of. exquisite,shapeli*. I flj //" "I gjj » ne*s and grace; imparts Parisian. ■■ \ sti W Elegance'and a superb figure. \ D St ' Made of English Coutil; tust| \ \ yi/^Tw-^^ 273 <fi^S k P roof boD,ng throughout;.one of the- § f, ■::■ / \. ■^ >est se " ers ever made. ,' J WW / T'f 1 . 1 , Y T" > i?' r -*' 0 Y l '-^' w , , v kn y fc -i» , «*. £ '??/'*' I, \ •*. y. : %& k wllaso ni« »nd slender (. S (cWS'.-S? A ,- .it '- -V-3 ">"' ewedalbr dajgaad for stout womenj ii hot \ |H *<>.V->i/ : 'V, ;- .Vi,-J» (P '°* je > ". r " c °- r V n " wfl ° ■"" «'»<lly « thai ■'' i Ml 1 ' :yo . u , re ' ran,a ™" l «'y piovid-d with dieeontl but" I M nnted lo your figure. Popular prices. - \-.. f ' P«■ W Murray. Ltd.. Aufitaliin Agency. . Bins. Harrt tc Co.. Ltd.. New Ze»W Acmmcj. i Furniture Seekers — i Take this Opportunity i FURNITURE SEEKERS SHOULD TAKE THIS SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY OF SECURING THE VERY PICK OF ONE OF THE BEST, MOST j.> MODERN, AND ARTISTIC STOCKS OF FURNI- I TURE IN AUCKLAND. ALSO, OF GENERAL IRONMONGERY, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, . j PLATED WARE, Etc. | LAMB 8t SMITH I 1 HOUSE FURNISHERS, I KARANGAHAPE ROAD.

?f//ffj//h'//// unw^^tc BH/CCff STREET Now Ladies! Don't have any substitute. Don't have any just as good. Just have "TANIWHA,". the brand of soap that's pleasing thousands. It has to be stocked by every grocer, because the public will have'a pure soap, that will not hurt a baby, or ;tfce mpst delicate fabric,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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