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Commercial FRIGIDAIRES are nereagain! 1 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY J I \ * for FARMS, RESTAURANTS, DAIRIES, 1 & M 1 GROCERS, BUTCHERS, FISH MERCHANTS, INSTITUTIONS, end fj I , COMMERCIAL USERS. pLtyy 9 . 3*. I Yes, you can now obtain IMMEDIATE DELIVERY v of the biq 18 cubic feet model illustrated. Remember fill ; it's a GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE, made by the pionscrs Wm of domestic and commercial refrigeration. H a| We can also supply Refrigerated Glass Display Cases, Ice Cream and Milk Bar Cabinets, Milk Coolers, Cool Rooms for Butchers and ■BK/fili ~ —~'~l Fish Merchants and even equipment built to your own special 1111111 ... —requirements by Frigidaires Own Engineers. Phone 32-700 and ——-r" for Frigidaire Department! This TifTubic feet model is BIG! KS.nJmf' E BY Frigidairerealised that a farmer, dairy, insti- rRIGiDAIRE tution, etc., needed a REALLY Bit; i-el'riarer- ENGINEERS ator . . . bfs: enough to store a wliole slieep ffilr: at a lime tf necessary ... PLUS produce , iw.i .>■ 1 v • , .. like milk, es-frs, butter, vefretaliles, and otlior Ban— FRIGIDAIRE Iwimißl V"; , t "°, llI? - or too nerlslinble foodstuffs. So Friaidaire built tills """°'°"| 1 s a . . 1 siiaiiue nappy to frlve model PIG . . . and liere it is! It offers you all ?M'. b I °". s illul /Itiotations Tor 11)0 foilvenience of a BIG FRIGIDAIRE, yet ISSBSP ;° pl'i'nf *I™°a oWI- - on a mere trickle of electricity. . nation. Phone 32-700 NOW! BOND & BOND Ltd. u ™<,r7,r 6-8 COMMERCE ST. BRYCE ST., HAMILTON. BANK ST., WHANGAREI. DEVONPORT RD., TAURANGA. SMITH A OAUGHEY LTD. STAY AT HOME See our fresh collection of Winter and extreme attractiveness. A few —14/(J ! H| A—Felt, with leather soles and low Cuban heel. Trimmed with bow. /'Sj" _N Fawn, Red, Black. 14/6 Pair % B—Felt, with leather toecap ... / leather sole, small heel. Brown, / Jk Blue> Red - 9/6 Pair S jk B g/< \ i| c—For warm ankles, cosy soles. l\ . In felt, with low cuban heel. jjj " —v 13/6 Pair 77 faJM D—Bright . floral 'tonings, with l«s* Dutch toe, low cuban heel, and cosy ~ L n sole. . 14/6 Pair M Coupons Not Required t ■■■■■ii ■■■ I llimi 111 l!■ II ■■■f 11 1 IIiaMMMWWMBWBmMBBBWWWWMaBWMMWMMWMMMWBMMWWMWWWW ASHLEY'S OFFER OUTSTANDING VALUES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS LADIES' ART SILK SLIPPERS SATIN-BACK AND MOSS CREPE BLACK FLORAL DESIGN. A superior quality Satin Back Crepe for smart Sizes 3, 4 and 5 only Frocks, Blouses, etc. Will wear well. Shacfasr, Usually 16/9. PRICE TO CLEAR: JR/fl Duskie Pink, Saxe, Nattier, Mid Green, Russett: ' Brown, Rust, Gold, Geranium, Emerald, Navy,CHILDREN'S MILLINERY B '° Ck PRICE: Am in/II YARD In Felt and Cloth Materials—Styles suitable AV/AA for Tiny Tots and Maids. Shades: Scarlet, Sky, ' ~ "" Beige, Rose, Green, Lemon, Wine and Navy. VELVETEEN Usually 7/1 1 to 19/6. A superior British Velveteen, so popular for ALL ONE PRICE: tR/fl 1 Trimmings, Housecoats, Jackets, etc. Shades: •*' Nigger, Chocolote, Bottle, Violet, Navy & Black. 27,N - WIDE. PRICE: %*9 /di YARD CHILDREN S SKIRTS J.A/© Waist and Bodice Style in Plain and Fancy " ' Checks. Shades: Rust, Saxe, Apple, Rose. TWILL-BACK WHITE NURSERY Assorted sizes. j FLANNELETTE Usually 24/6 to 27/6. A fine closely woven Twill with a soft fleecy ALL ONE PRICE: |j finish. Will wear and launder well—great value. 271N WIDE PRJCE: 2/11 YARD SMARTLY TAILORED COSTUMES In All Wool Worsted Suitings—fitting back BOYS' BLACK SCHOOL HOSE and well built shoulder line with four buttoned Knitted from a medium-weight Pure Wool in front style. Skirt in newest designs, including the popular ribbed style with turn-down tops, wrap-over pleats. Shades: Brown, Black and Available in plain black only in sizes to fit boys Navy. Sizes: S.W. to O.S. from 4 to 1 0 years Prices from £6/18/0 ,0 £8/1/6 PRICE: §/J T0 %/& PAIR ASHLEY'S A.B.C. STORES Ltd., Karangahape Road newton THE SERGEANT-MAJOR g ROARS AND RANTS Safe- m /as, TN UNTIL HIS VOICE (C ) IS SOOTHED WITH 1 THROAT JUBES STACEY BROS. LTD., 385 KHYBER PASS, AUCKLAND. ALL CHEMiSTS 1 /I

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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