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MEPICAI.. FOR CORNS Every woman has a tender spot. May be her-heart or only a corn. To cure your corns for Prog-andra trot, If sore, soft, tender, or bard as horn. USE PROGANDRA BOOTS AND SHOES. Am *>_Bfr Oß THE BETTER SSr^j. i_ MADB TO ORDEB SEXTIE, 38 SHORTLAND-ST. Opposite Auckland Club. P.S. — Surgical Boots Made. PUBLIC NOTICES. THE BEST LIGHT AXD A SMALLER GAS BILL. TXfELSBACH "DURNERS AND ■jV/TANTLES USE UP MUCH LESS GAS THAN AN ORDINARY BURNER DOES. This is an indisputable fact. The burners have an adjustable nipple and air regulator, so that they are suitable for all pressures of gas. Then aeain, tbe YXTELSBACH T IGHT IS IMMEASURABLY SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. WELSBACH MANTLES are made in New Zealand by New Zealanders for New Zealanders. THE WELSBACH IS IMITATED— BE CAUTIOUS! ASK FOR, AND DEMAND WELSBACH. IF UNOBTAINABLE, WRITE US. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS TO GAS COMPANIES AND THE TRADE, also for Quantities. WELSBACH LIGHT CO. OF AUSTRALASIA, LTD. 102 AND 104, •yiCTORIA gT., VyELLINGTON. M 497 LIGHT DAINTY COOKING. CAN ONLY BE SECURED BY USTNG EDMONDS' PRIZE BAKING POWDER. IT IS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR PUDDINGS, BREAD, PASTRY, SCONES. ETC. EDMONDS' BAKING POWDER. MlO7 THE ACORN BRAND IS ABSOLUTELY THE CHOICEST OF TABLE BUTTERS. RETAIL, GROCERS AND DAIRYMEN. WHOLESALE ONLY— T. W. JONES, WINSTONE'S BUILDINGS. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. *• SRI A!N T, MERCHANT. COVERED VANS FOR FURNITURE. Phones — 870—CU3TOMS-ST. WEST. 1138—JERVOIS-RD.. PONSONBY. 1830-GREAT NORTH-RD., Corner SURREY-ST. O. E. FARROW TJUILDER AND pONTRACTOR, j TT AS "REMOVED TO LARGER PREMISES HOBSON STREET (OPPOSITE THE TRAMWAY POWER STATION}. Telephone 2473. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS. HIGH-CLASS SHOP AND OFFICE FITTINGS A SPECIALITY. I T YACHT BUILDERS. CHAS. BAILEY, JUN., AUCKLAND. DESIGNER AND BUILDER OF OIL LAUNCHES, STEAM LAUNCHES, AND ANY TYPE OF MERCANTILE AND PLEASURE CRAFT. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION. Telephone 1744. PHOTOGRAPHY. I PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS I I QUEEN STREET. 8 .u"T?"4 ay i tlie New stu dio can stand as § the highest example of what a Modern I 1 Photographic Studio should be. Mr. 3 ! Bartlett has expressed his ideas in a E f simple and chaste form of decoration." ( (N.Z. Graphic.) ! The General Public are cordially I invited to inspect the Studio, and < view the new Monochrome and India I Proof Portrait Series now on exhibiI tion. i M 26.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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