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Letholite Suitcases at JCL, sturdily built with steel frames, reinforced corners, ■ lock and twin straps; 22in, 42/9; 24in. 46/6; 26in, 50/6; also Solid Leather Attache Cases. 16in, 30/; 18in, 40/6; Suitcases, 20in, P 7/6; 22in, 95/; 24in, 105/; 26in, 113/6. —John Court, Ltd., Queen St. Advt.

Mavex Stomach Compound. The new Stomach Remedy for Invalids. Mavex is herbal, malted, economical, and helps put a lining on weak stomachs.—Boots, Chemists, Elsewhere. — C. Spring, 45, Clifford Avenue, Christchurch, manufacturer.—Advt.

NOW IS THE TIME! fThe "Early Bird" Gets THESE UNBEATABLE VALUES! SUITCASES U NBRXAKABLE! SOLSe BULLOGK iIIDE OASES Unbeatable Buying. From £4/5/6 HA TBOX E S 29/6 Every woman needs one of these Popular Strong Leather-Cloth Hatboxes.-Vou must hurry to qet one! TRAVEL BAGS! DON'T BLAME US IF YOU MISS these Super Quality — Real Grained Hide Leather Bags. BOOTS & SHOES VERY SMART TWO-TONE EFFECT. Mgg -0 M BUILT FOR LONG WEAR! BSL / REPAIRED « B= MODERN BAG % »FIRST AND FOREMOST IN LEATHER GOODS " W • 400 QUEEN STREET —Little above and opposite Town Hall. Kid • 270 KARANGAHAPE ROAD— flil& Just Six Door# wist Georsre Court's, toward? Ponsonb? • 19 SHORTLAND RTREET—Kfsrlll opposite t?TAN Office « 250 BROADWAY, NEiVMARKET STORES! Ritfln Dv the Tram Zone (near Station Entrance).

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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