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ASK FOR THROGMORTON WHISKY. "GOLD CREST" AND 3 STAR. JUST "DECEIVED. A SUPERB LOT Of T ADIES' -pVENING QHOES, AN EXTRA SPECIAL SHIPMENT, For Ladles wto want GOOD STYLISH SHOES FOR EVENING WEAR, DADLEY & SON, CJECURITX -DUILDINGS, 200. Q DEEN S- TREETUSUAL MODERATE PRICES. MOO mHE "pOPULAE QCOTCH IS WATSON'S * * * THE CHOICEST PRODUCT OF SCOTLAND. • (A Card.) -pvR. TTUGH QWEN (HARVARD), TT\R. T> T QWEN (HARVARD), DENTISTS, PREMIER BUILDINGS, QUEEN AND DURHAM STREETS (Over Stewart Dawson's). fIONNOISSEUHS FAVOUR DANIEL CRAWFORD'S WHISKY, BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND. LANGGUTH AND CO., Wholesale Agents. M 139 ARTIFICIAL EYES. WE have over One Thousand to choose from, both Reform and Shell. VX7E are experienced in Fitting Them. WE make Models for Special Cases, and order from Home. rjCE PRICES ate Lowest Current. SAMPLE LOTS sent by Post at our risk. samueTTbarry mHE -pYESIGHT QPECIALIST, 290, QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. M 52 J., A. BRADSTREET, TMPORTER. TT-ARANGAHAPE "ROAD. N EW ]Vf ILLIKER ' 1 "N° W QPENED. INCLUDING 170 MODEL HAT S (the Latest Styles). ' U Prices from 15/11 to 45/. , T ADIES' AND CHILDREN'S r^OATS. HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM. I OUR HOME BUYER WRITES:—"These Garments should sell quickly, as they are the latest styles, and colourings, and much below market prices." T ADIES' ryALKING C3KIRTS AND mAILOR-MADE /COSTUMES. IRREPROACHABLE CUT AND STYLE. SKIRTS from 10/6 to 39/6 ' COSTUMES, 15/11 to 63/. VALUES DEFY COMPETITION. M 231

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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