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J LOVELY and LONG LASTING" CUT and STYLE ro U nR l EcV n N s G'°"^ elnt ' permanent' N \v a F ve~ DOLORES Ladies' Hair Specialist CITY CHAMBERS, VICTORIA STREET WEST — Phon- 43-170 254 BROADWAY, NEWMARKET — Phone 20-675 * To set your best foot forward into bPi mg a brighter, gayer Spring . . . ,|jg\ I W TRUFIT in two distinctive styles, built on the popular Jewell last /$ /\ to blend ease, style and enduring usefulness. In sleek black suede, (j Mo m / top, an Oxford tie with full spike trimmbd novelty lizard skin buckle. I Multiple fittings, 2 coupons pair, ■ (** 1 Cjeproe vourfs *N\

'what's SO EXTRA \ fTS BECAUSE THE £*7*A SPECIAL ABOUT Q'P* INGREDIENT In'Q'P" THAT YOULL USE PUTS ALL MY BAKING\ MRS. q. It m ust be extra special, too, because all baking powders don't have it. MRS. p. So by sticking to "Q-P" you're assured of success every time. MRS. Q. It makes all my baking whiter, lighter and free from any after-taste. MRS. P.—l must INSIST that my grocer gives me " Q-P." P BAKING POWDER

NOVELTY SUITS O 1 AW GREATLY REDUCED V*M How here's your opportunity to siecure for SDrlner wear ° wool all-occasion suit at a price f Limited quantity 59/6'° £7/7/0 W Bam/.Nc afan OrSert. \1 i """'"""''TZITITD.-DARST, ELLIOTT, V.CTORIA STREETS M/CKY, LOGAN, CALDWELL Liu.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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