MEDICAL. THERE IS NO POWER ON EARTH SO STRONG AS iflingo EoMlyptys DENTISTRY. It*BimM!HmMMMiwaiiM.WMmmu^^ AN APPOINTMENT I WITH A DENTIST I is not looked U&rward to | with any degree of pleasure jjj by the client. a While admitting there are justifl- | able reasons for this fact, we are 3 it of the opinion that the careful and » painless methods we employ in all a I dental work, combined with our m reasonable fees, are responsible a j for tbe prompt manner with which A Bj clients' appointments with us are a 1 Special attention and study given £ m to each individual patient's needs. gjj jjS Painless Extractions. 1/. ti j Bridge Work a Speciality. fifi I Nurses in attendance. g| ! Hours, from 8.30 to 0 dally, g | Saturday. S.SO to 1; 7 to 9. B j THE AMERICAN DENTAL I PARLORS. I I DR. EAYWER, f P I I S CORNER QVEEX AND WELLES- B I ! LEY STS., ArCKLAND. fe
OF The New Zealand Dairy Association's I STS 1907 TRIUMPH. The crowning point of a Continuous Triumphant Record. The Blue Riband of the Industry won by the Association's Butter. STS ISBB TRIUMPH." Awarded Gold Medal at the largest Exhibition held In the Southern Hemisphere. BTS 1898 TRIUMPH. Exhibited by the United States Government for educational purposes. Awarded per cent, more points than the next finest sample of Australasian Butter exhibited. ITS 1907 TRIUMPH. Eclipses Danish in price upon the open London Market. (This credential, which is of very much more value even than our Gold Medal Award, is confirmed by private advices.) fiT S3 THE BEST / iS IT ON YOUR TABLE 9 'The New Zealand Dairy Association, | LIMITED. Wholesale Dejjot; WELLESLEY STREET. Eatail Everywhere*
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