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EVeryliltomari;| Needs a Tonic I jp ait some time in her life, | I At special times unusual ' 5 demands are made upon I her strength. When these I are added to the worry and fi hard work which fall to her I lot, weakness will result un- i less the blood js fortified to H meet the strain. 1 Weak women find, in I Dr. Williams* Pink Pills 1 the tonic exactly suited to 1 their needs. Most of the 1 His with which they suffer j are due to bloodlessness~a | ■ condition which the pills § I readily cure. They save | | the girl entering into wo- i i manhood in a bloodless | I condition, from years of I misery and afford prompt §■ and permanent relief to the | woman who is bloodless ft and therefore weak. I The price is 3s. per a box, 6 boxes 16s. 6d. and, I if you are pestered by the 1 shopman who wants to sell | some substitute of his' own I they will be sent post free I by the Dr. Williams' Me_- | cine Co. of Australasia Ltd. 2 Wellington, - r -■ w. I Dr. Williams'

Acting upon the decision of Judge Edwards in the case -of land '"--at.. Okeretaken by -the Government, for. an elee-' trie power statiori,'t_e Maoris:are levy-" ing a toll of 1/- on tourists 'who visit the falls or power-house. They have also -ordered the electrical "engineer (Mr. Beal) to leave his situated;on the ground 'in question, or' to. pay them' rent. . - - '--;'■ ..,-'"-■ .; I_ cases of dropsy and gout WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is recommended. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint' Curt,- 1/6 -and' 2/6: tahoking. -•■- ?.._•« \ A REALLY SMART SUIT. _6/, £2 10/, £2 15/, and £3 3/.;-. ' MADE TO MEASURE." The Suits now procurable from G-OBOE DAVIES, 46, Queen-street, opposite Smeeton's, ,at the- above prices, are really superb In'style, fit., and.finishr -They equal' in appearance the Suits Auckland men nave been in the habit of paying the t_Uors who give credit five or si_ guineas for, "and they possess one point which no other Una can supply—the famous Keep-Shape FronL The "Keep-Shape" Front is; a registered front that ensures the coat from turning back; and getting out of shape." It is the latestidea from the best London and New -art tailoring establishments, and Mr. Davies Is very fortunate indeed in -possessing the exclusive right' to use this front in coats made in New Zealand.- Gentlemen-Who have" already had suits made at the Ohrdstidiurch establishment since the •Keep-Shape* front waa introduced have been highly pleased wiith the splendid coats' produced. Then, special care ii given to every detail In the making of every garment, and Mr' Davies' is so satisfied . that your 'suit' will give complete _a__f action when you'order it from hinf that he has authorised us to state that he will give a. written guarantee to .refund your money should" you', not be | entirely sati_ed wic_ the garments when you receive them. We .attribute the difference of £2 In the price of Mr. Da vies' suits ,as compared with the, ordinary made-to-measure suit largely to the modern methods adopted In the. making of the garments, -adj of course, - aiso. to. the, fact, that he .sells. entirely for cash,'giving no credit what- : ever, thus making no bad debts; and, after all, it does seem absurd that one man should have to piy a higher price'fo_ his .suit just Because some other fellow, payfor his; but. that is just what .happens, for somebody has to pay for chose who. doTnot pay, aud it is naturally not the. tailor who gives credit; it is the man. who,does pay— you. Mr. Davies has just opened in the Auckland branch a very large shipment of the newest autumn and winter suitings, direct from the manufacturers. ThW ]_. elude all the latest shades and colourings In the fashionable. brown and greehwcr_teds so much worn now, and many, beautiful light materials, aud the standard qualities in blues and blacks, which are guaranteed to retain their colour; being of the best possible dye. Your early inspection of these splendid suitings is invited and advised. The address is: GEORGE DA VIES, 48, Queen-street, Auckland, and at Christchurch, Wellington, and Dunedln, . M 135 rpRY A , SIXPENNY . TIN OF OAKLAND'S GRAVY SALT, Made from Sugar and Salt,- with Vegetable Properties, for imparting to Roasting Meat, Soups, Gravies, etc., a rich colour and flavour. Made in one minute without trouble, packed in patent airtight tins, keeps dry and- fiee any length of time. To be' had of most grocers and storekeepers. If your grocer cannot supply, write us, we will post you a sample free. ' _. H. GARLAND, ANI> SON, MANUFACTUBHF.S, AUCKLAND. Ml3B

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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