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CUT DOWN THE TIME SPEXT IN COOKIXG! YOU .. CAN SAVE MONEY : ■ ..AND-DO r,ESS WORK IN THE KITCHEN' BT. USING .A - . - - gHACKXpeK'S; "QBION" BANGE There is Real Pleasure In Cooking with an "Orlou," for Cleanliness, Comfort, and Convenience are as-~ surety. . Ask your Ironmonger to show yon - . an "Orion." H. E. SHACKLOCE, -J^TD., AUCKLAND AND DUNED3N. ■ - LIPTON'S TEA ALWAYS OF _ ' • .. IMPERIAL QUALITY. THE MOST HIGHLY APPRECIATED. TEA IHEODGHOUT THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING WORLD. IT ". is . ' THE BRITISH TEA, GROWN IN THE CHOICEST GAItDENS OF CEYLON. TRY IT. 0.-LEPTON'S TEA. LIFTOJSPS TEA. DISTANCE- ■ IS ABOLISHED BT A GOOD TELESCOPE OR BINOCULAR. Inspect the Large Stock of POWERFUL AND PORTABLE PRISM BINOCULARS, at 7TV "DEACOCK AND QOS'S, ' OPTICIANS. ..- TELESCOPES, FIELD' AND OPERA GLASSES In Great Variety. " Also, BAROMETERS, MICROSCOPES, and MEDICAL BATTERIES. ARTIFICIAL EYES—An Ample Selection. 2iS, QUEEN-SX'., near Victoria-**. . * M 270 QUEEN STREET HENRY HUGHES REGISTERED PATENT AGENT (Established 1883.] « TRADEMARKS * W .. •' REGISTERED J£T Qβ ja' S*' V Obtained »a) Woushout th* W" ADVIOe TO INVENTORS" Pr»e on Af»pf teatlon, AUCKLAND OFFICE f 103, QUEEN ST, !<• BReOKErSMSCH* Jluien .'.. ;

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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