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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909
KARANGAHAPE ROAD T* _2 ST 1 pfnn flozen CORSETS in all sizes, 20in 1 THE VERY LATEST OBIENTAL f ]V ALE-OVER LACES, Net and Val. E«- AU Colours ia C__ POKS 'Ain> i - to 34in., 1/6* P-P- r " 1 GALLOONS worth 1/0 per yard, OO „**__"&_"% AOn C fects, worth 1/n yard, clearing at 10|d TULLES, all' one price,' 42 m- V lffi, at ! BSwUSSSrSSSPSS.! -11-gatSldyard. *__ ___ ,tj t«P fj XA.IVJU \3 J *"* . I*, : ."..;' ' U> e ' S f W S' ___df nrice I All Colours in RUSSIA - BRAIDS, V AM OUR BEST AM-OVEB jOjfGS at less than nan price g usual price doz., now Sid doz. LACES, Newest Goods, all one price, __ r ,^ nm , c , ■ —''• ■■ -V -teto- sitK BRAIDS to match any | ]/ll* yard KID GLOVES, KED GLOVES, -r,ith. I ' Material, only Penny per yard. f SILK RUCHINGS, SILK PLEAT- I_T „_ * "S- * jfl C»_) _" _. * a guarantee, and only 2/11 pair, in all i : B s 0 s r ?f/n^"s AiDs, " ith ' sfH^r*a c ""° ™ d coiou "' New *swiss Efiiißroidery cr insertions M^_t s nrp T *r ToR ° Ho " ."»v«...»,»,-, SIIK ]_XITARY BRAIDS, worth | ABSOLUTE JOB CLEARANCE OF 91 dozen for 4Jd dozen yards. "Witli our 2/11 "KID GLOVE we gire'a ~\ -. 7id, selling at 3*d jard. ALL-OVER LACES in White. _5 IHk Bl P 2 ™ ff™ B_ ■__ _ %_T OCR 1/- dozen for 6d dozen yards. guarantee of wear. If this "love does BLACK SEQUINS— g Cream and Paris AT H _ Bmffl __S HffiflP »_■ Hm_ _\&9 ~ EI"S 1/6 dozen for Bid dozen yards. „, o -v.;" " ° Worthl/6*, for Sfd yard. 1' * edm> A I & J f°- W®* -™ IM V YD 2/3 dozen for 1/- dozen yards. not satisfy you, you can return to us Worth 1/lli for IOUd yard» . - g BRETONNE NETS, white. Cream and 'H** 7 * ***t H B_■ ■—I■ \_ ■ I " 2/9 dozen for 1/3 dozen yards. ' and we will replace or • j 57orth 2/6, for 1/-yard. 1 Paris, all one price, 6|d per yard. m . Jjj 3/6 dozen for 1/6 dozen yards. ... "-•" money "—~-'-"""' <-'"■-;—^-T,'->'. GEORGE COURT &» SONS, LTD., Karahgahape RoadV; : :C:;;';- r ;: : ; "THE BIG STORE" ' f-amoos *f-o*r its bakgains I
INSURANCE. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL " '«g_r PROVIDENT SOCIETY. HOLDS THE WORLD'S RECORD FOR LARGEST BONUSES. ALL POLICIES ISSUED ON OR PRIOR TO 31 st DECEMBER NEXT WILL SHARE IN THE PROFITS TO BE DIVIDED AS AT THAT DATE. Total CASH BONUSES divided amongst tne Members 4?IQ 596 507 AMOUNT of CASH PROFITS Divided for ONE TEAR (1907) ... 245 Equal to over 36 per cent of the Premiums received under Participating Assurance PolIdles during tne year. EVERY YEAR A BONUS YEAR. INSURE AT ONCE AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS FOR THE CURRENT YEAR EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. I Branch Office — CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. Auckland District Office — 214-216, QUEEN-ST. W. H. DERBY. District Secretary.
JEWELLERS. Finest Silver-plated Teapots. j No. G3822-25/-. No. FI2S7-35/-. No. F2963—60/-. No. F1255—16/6. "We offer almost an unlimited variety of designs to select from, the 4 Illustrated are all full size and excellent value .at the prices quoted. Deal Direct as we have no I We pay Po.stage to any Agents. I Address. STEWART DAWSON U Co., am Ltd., Corner Queen and Durham Streets, AUCKLAND, PUBLIC NOTICES. It is the Best II Is it obi Your Table*? World** Famous eg— g__g_B__M_B mm ■ linn ■— "■*Mr ,^m[ ' UJ ' K^' AT YOUR DOOR I The World Testifies To the SURPASSING QUALITY of those Brands— IT HAS HOHMIR m BTS OWN COUNTRY: In Auckland its enormous and increasing sale for oyer eighteen years is the best testimony of its excellence. PI&P.ED E&SiIY HBST In competition with the whole of Australasia, .as judged by American expert. (Vide Agricultural Gazette, K.S.W., Jtme 1599.) miinnu I&RKFST BUYERS Say : " It is the pick of all the batters coming from Australasia.™ (London correspondent Sydney Morning Herald, January 23rd, 1904.) LONDON REPORT: "The quality is excellent —in fact, superior to any other that ha come to London." (See letter, May 22nd, 1903.") SOUTH AFRiCAM AC__ Says: " Can easily obtain more for ' Anchor' Butter than for any other." (Letter, August 19th, 1963.) SYDHEY BROKERS Write : " Buyers will give very much better price for your Butter than for any other in New Zealand." (Letter, May 29th.) Gold Medal Awarded Melbourne Exhibition, 1888. I A Household Necessity I S Always obtainable from 1 9 A*> 1 a 'l Grocers, Provision § A Table Delicacy | | Merchants and Dairymen. I Always the Best | fj supplied Daily. IIMMII 111 ■ II I I'll III! I lIIIMiIIMIIII I I *-l I II HI'—'BIIIIM H l^^«^'■ l^l — BT* WOBLD-FAMOUS BUTTER. f_ NEW ZEALASD DAIRY ASSOCIATION, LIMITI WHOLESALE DEPOT: WELLESLE7 ST.. AUCKLAND.
DBAFERY, CLOTHING, etc. ... - "2 M. & C, Ltd. M J^JI 1 * 0 ABOUT OUR ~^g| 111 EASTER DISPLAYS. | l__KS__^fiP■lffilSy ,^^^ DURING EASTER TIDE our aim is to Make the Ware- j P; l_B__B_iffi_P house as attractive as possible by SPECIAL WINDOW ill I I *_£_«_ and DEPARTMENTAL DISPLAYS. " rll ' s Season is no exception to the rule, and Ladies Ifflil'M WKSmmWaT wi " fr ' nc "l that a Visit of Inspection will prove most in- I H|fc_ Fashionable Costumes, Blouses,. Coats, Millinery, I] Dress Materials, Silks, Gloves, and Neckwear, etc., are _g£_k showing in profusion, and the various collections will I Rl PI worthily uphold our reputation for supplying the i Mll.yi!lllfllii881| SMARTEST GOODS at the MOST REASONABLE ' 1 | W **" INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED lIP MILLINERY. ....,,. J, A Window is devoted to a display of Smart and Effective Styles, in which the very newest ideas are embodied. 'ill |~ PRICES FROM 21/- to 29/6. j FANCY DEPT. * If This Section is replete with the Latest Novelties, and we just mention a few that are » much in demand— ||||' Direetoire Belts Mexican Bags Coloured Gloves Gibson CoUars Direetoire Sashes Novelty Frillings Coloured Hose Direetoire Neckwear Bar Purses Hair Bandeaux "Salome Hat Pins" Embd. Linen Collars j Silk Scarves Embroideries Handkerchiefs Laces and Insertions v j DRESS MATERIALS. ;\| The Window Display of Autumn and Winter Materials, at prices ranging from \fVty& to 3/II per yard, will give an idea of the Really Smart Lines we show at these moderate prices. I : Check Tweeds Striped Tweeds Plain Tweeds Plain Cloths Silks READY-TO-WEAR COSTUMES,: I A Splendid Collection of Smartly-cut Garments in the Favourite Shades. '. . . J" '% INSPECT THESE GOODS. I Tweed Costumes from 42/- Cloth Costumes from 47/6 | rm*4*£SS&S&sd***' • MILNE & CHOYCE, I LIMITED, ...-..,..,' I AUCKLAND. j :
1 m^mm —~ m ™^"™~ ■^—■^P^M^ I DRAPERY, CLOTHING, etc "ALWAYS BUSY" During the Past Few Days we have opened up ) i 9C&.9 §C S Ex S.S, INDRALEMA, TOKOMARU, KAI ORA, and NIWARU. For all Departments. An almost Unrivalled Selection at our Well-known Keen Prices Our one Address Hi ' QUEEN STREET
............. , „, PUBLIC NOTICES. PUBLIC NOTICES. PUBLIC NOTICES. "BRITANNIA" ==.■ CANDLE ***_£ *m * — XSSS*^. (STEARINE) *9_l_\. E_ _■_ I _»J_9 T PEACOCK & SON. Ophthalmic Optic- " m mml " ■ ■ aamVamW _L. _ ians, 21S, QUEEN-ST.,. near Vie ' . , _ - tdria-st. Tbe sight tested by most approved Uneaualled for every tIOUSe- . methods, and Spectacles accurately, fitted. j- _ , . . Artillcla ] Eyes of all'Colonts lnatock. Nauhold use. Will not bend or ■ ___ ■ •»? repriaT^ o™''0™'' I J^Sto^- l **" nsttmaen .- smoke. Gives a very steady __ H_ ** iUS ~~—~ ————-—'" -' light and is most pleasant MM WB ¥/\ Yft_ et more e SS s better to use. l_k"" lUS bacon! . — -JL, 12 10* "AUSTRAL" FOOD HENRY HUCHES *■ jg I gJ ££E""1_ •&_•£; REGISTERED PATENT AGENT A*fejS3 jl *«* Va chants and Storekeepers and PBB _« = .i-tj , f____l_9 direct from the Manufacturers TRADE MARKS £ VV wBSHSUP catalogue registered ,l *'"W r SKEATES & BOCKAERT Union Oil Soap & Candle and /_kiW (Limits Company, Ltd., Auckiand. A "68 QUEEN STREET i- #■ . 1 VVil Obtained ' . • rriiW **SS* I=7==; T _ B, GOLDIE. l AJr . worw. »_TI "\r I £?■ OCEANIC sawmills. — ' I' \aW —— B_l *»$ ' BEEAKWATEE-ED. V** Advice to inventors" , •' _ . ; W ;. - - - : Telephones: 653, Head Office: 96, Order .■r Free on Application. .T . . ■ offlce AUCKLAND OFFICE: 103, QUEEN ST., ! ■-~.--... TT RttOOKK SMITH Manager K * Ull, Totara - Rimu ? White __ OreSOD li.. ±_ui_a.-SMAin, J»»nager. TtJANDAEIN LAUNDRY' GLAZE gives a Pine, Bluegiini, Iroribark," Joinery arid FOUND. — "Spring Blossom Ointment" i-U- Beautiful Ivory Gloss to Starched Mouldines always' fii' Sto£k Cures all it touches, 6d arid 1/; "Spring Goods, surpassing the Brightness of Chinese Juouioings always in mock. Blossom Pills," 1/; "Blbomirie" cures Corns,' Linen, Ironing with it is a pleasure. Price, -t-v y-i rvr Ti I i/< Warts and Bunions, 6d per packet. Cnem- 6d and 1/ everywhere: Wholesale Agents: JL/. *Tt JI 1 1 /1 Fi v Ists and Storekeepers". [A. J. BNTRIiCAN AND: CO. * " ' " * _ . - . ■ — rßn-TjWtroriers** "Price 2/£ *' ~ "" '
OH. AND COIOUEMEN. i^PHILLIPPS&SON, IMPOBTEES *OF \ PAPERHANGINGS All grades. . WHITE LEADS, PAINTS. OILS, -■VABNISHES AND ALL KINDS OP PAINTERS' REQUISITES AND TOOLS. ABTISTS' BEQUISITES OF ALL KINDS. SCRIM AND CALICO. Special Make for the Trade. ."MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE FEAMES. A Large and Varied Stock to Choose §25 5 from. bLASS — PLATE, SHEET, OKNAMENTAL, etc. GLASS SHADES. PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. ..v.. Our Immense Stock of Paperhang:L togs always comprises the Latest 1. Designs, Wall Decorations in Great Variety. & SON, \ riTT- "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I "Mf'AND COLODE MERCHANTS fe.fe'-* A 3HONAL BANK BUILDINGS, ■-,««____ QUEEN-ST.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909
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