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=-'-:■:■£ To the motorist this is the most satisfying news for six /ears. "" =1 =£•>• The eagerly awaited Austins, with refinements and improve- ..y Sx ss£=====§ivj; ments that have come from Austin's vast war experience, |•? ."■■ are now ready for shipment to New Zealand. Ask your .X-: You buy a car —hut you INVEST in an AUSTIfr Distributors for the Austin Motor Company Ltd. of England :— SEABROOK FOWLDS LTD. 77-85 SYMONDS STREET AUCKLAND, C.I Also Distributors for AUSTIN 2-3-5 Ton TRUCKS and Passenger Coach Chassis. 25 You don't have to Look big Big women find greater beauty * £7 . /Jji with Gothic. Designed in seven t * , JP different fittings, Gothic \ \. — 'WF brassieres calculate to a scientific *\ s*~ \ nicety how to create an optical t ■ *Jgillusion on the figure. A fit for ' \\ib&»&*s*i&mg\ V every shape as well as every size. , *'%. . Arch giving support |NS , ' } stead of by the drag of shoulder JX-^ straps above* it is the most comfortable brassiere a 'WJj] -" ~ jfc""P*.; woman could wear. Your Gothic acts in complete ?pM/ \\ f if- 'Bwif rhythm with your body and absolutely will not bind or \r /" "T 30^** ti ' ' cut into you. Beauty, youth, style ... all this and free- ¥ s x ■',/< / x\ \/^KRW/'* l dom too, in your Gothic. / • \ J i^Kf' ' DIME! JUHIM MDIUII MED. mil FULL MED.OEEP -— ''" -. : *" sml \# * moEXßiiii߀-&^pi^|r|i|FFfi ' ( ( men who made SB* the'Mosquitoe^ The lines of tomorrow's cars may well b« influenced by the Mosquitoes and other V I V LA fc" aircraft Britain's Motor Industry is making jLjLJLfI today, in collaboration with the Aircraft I Br! I llk Many of the war-time developments that 4miMi!\J Jl ■§ will surely advance the efficiency of peacetime trans P ort c^not announced while ■ I II I Iβ lT the War m P r °9 ress - But ,his much ■■■ can be said: Britain will build a range of vehicles that will meet the exacting and Of" GRE AT BRIITAkIN specialised needs of overseas markets. • AUTOMOBILES •TRUCKS •BUSES expressly designed built for overseas QUALITY .. IS NOT RATIONED IS STILL THE BEST!

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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