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t FINAL WEEK! FARMERS' MILLINERY SALE X f IU LiLtRR w ™ AT ' f 5/i EVERY HAT TO GO REGARDLESS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY FINE MILLINERY AT BARGAIN PRICES °NLY TWO PRICES "0/ c S« 5/" AND 10/MILLINERY SALON SECOND FLOOR HOBSON STREET FARMERS 1 partnership I I of the . -1 | WHOLE PEOPLE j| f —a real man strives to make his own way in the world. He cares for his family and his future by his own efforts and through his own thrift ... as his forefathers did. With all the energy, enterprise and thrift with which our forefathers built New Zealand into a Nation, they could not have provided an adequate measure of independence and protection for their families without Life Assurance. For generations New Zealanders have relied increasingly upon the great service of Life Assurance, which has accordingly developed into a co-operative partnership of wide dimensionsOnly through this partnership can a man create AH IMMEDIATE ESTATE out of his earnings. It is Good Citizenship to put Savings into Life Assurance A MESSAGE FROM THE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICES IN NEW ZEALAND DESERT GOLD Everybody's Favourite

Anyone Can Play the Dulcet Recorder Possessing a flute-like tone, sweet and mellow, the Recorder is fascinating to play. The Recorder is British made, and beautifully constructed. Complete with Instruction Folder 18/6 Posted 19/Order Your Recorder To-day! temEMsr 192 QUEEN ST., AUCKLAND And at HAMILTON

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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