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Tattersfield of New Zealand LONG before Captain Cook first visited New humble shed —a mighty industry has grown — Zealand, there was a family of weavers in for TATTERSFIELD of New Zealand export Yorkshire — where Captain Cook was born — their productions to the four corners of the Globe busy plying their trade and inculcating the high — even back to Great Britain, ideals of craftsmanship so that these would be Through countless setbacks, trials and vicissicarried on from father to son and generation to tudes, the industry grew — creating jobs where generation. Later, a direct descendant of the none had existed before — work for the farmers original family came to New Zealand and estab- w j lo g rew the wool, work for the builders who lished the industry of making fine mattresses and enlarged the plant, work for the railway, the rugs, bringing all die skill and dexterity which has shipping lines — for factory workers, i< Thu§ made Yorkshire and the name TATTERSFIELD creating pay and purchasing power. This is the famous throughout the world. wa y we want our jobs to be made — through From a small beginning in what was then a initiative, courage, enterprise and faith. Tattersf ield Broadloom Mills, Richmond, Auckland. THE MOST FAMOUS NAME ON FINE MATTRESSES AND FLOOR RUGS YOU SHALL HAVE GLAMOUR ... STRAIGHT FROM THE STARS! you by Berlei. The most glamorous ||ll ) *4&Bb3£3t Adjustable shoulder straps. M ' lIAI I'lTI IT AA TV Si z" ran & f rom Mldget t0 Full - bosom ' II 11 II V \\\ 11 II I 1 -MAXWELL .J, V-ETTE Very ultra uplift, with firm, n\i 1 1 1 aIMI! v" p eaked bosom - whiri p°° l > ckets ' <**'* /GRftSJAAItfftPA RYRFRTFI > ★'nu-VU Uplift with points rounded. < IyMiSMWILA BIBEIiLttI/ «k u plif t andsLps are intriguingly cut USED EXCLUSIVELY IS PARAMOUNT PICTURES in one, for support without strain * ;i *' w * the HOLLYWQOD To bring back ' youth and beauty to i&e plump, problem ' bosom. DONT LET COLDS andFLU THIS year, don't be a four-month COLD AND 'FLU SLAVE. Be on your guard against a dangerous relapse. If your cold never really leaves you —if head-stuffiness keeps coming on—-if you have recurring bouts of feverishness, more than likely you have not freed your system of the cold and 'flu germs. Sometimes it seems they will never budge. That is the time to strike "good and hard" with 'ASPRO'. 'ASPRO , , taken according to directions on packet will relieve the most obstmate cold. PRICES: 6id., 1/7, 2/8, 4/9 Per Packet These are approved prices and Include Sales Tax. Aipro Ltd., Manufacturing Chemists, Marion Street, Wellington. A. 140. 1β £6l&l>ie*t/, WEETIES 3SSS KORNIES :2Hi VITA-BRITS •iSSSfciEM. /? g tfftftlliUal There ' s ° wondcrful ""5^ , .." -3Sj/^^BP > '—" -ggf Jg 1 §1 \y~ collection of story book — rtaa!^ lyj *** /*{ characters painted on ill I 1 mCQ ON Tn c,,w /tfr\SS> the top end bottom rill UU 1 n lIP' FIG UR nATKETSt /' fifK flaps of every packet— l|||l , v >cTAND' U etiF&L all ready to cut out arid /2&A *uC jQtw'' ucAT Cc""" ~~~~\j / colour. Two pictures on (CJ)\ WtfHOLE nnt*'^ —-"■ r U each packet. CEREAL FOODS \MS k^11« \M (N.Z.) LTD. VreMe'nt. / WM& \fl\ f jK ]M Grey ' Lynn, AUCKLAND, and Byron / lfl iJv / &l I •£& V 3 I Street, Sydenham, CHRISTCMURCH. I 7Pft \Mi I

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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