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CA I r I PREVIOUS TO STOCKTAKING BARGAINS in Men's & Boys' Wear! bAL t ! Raincoats, Overcoats, Suits, Trousers, Hats, Underwear, Overalls, etc. BUY NOW! AT REDUCED PRICES! 500 PAIRS OF MEN'S ALL- mm M\ ■% m MM f g* WOOL CASHMERE Wm E m\ mJ W " E SOCKS =X JT C#% KvE d NO GARTERS REQUIRED W MERCERS :: CLOTHIERS :: HATTERS «^fl as°s" R tlS E pla R !S e 1/11 278 KARANGAHAPE ROAD, AUCKLAND shades p*'R m ' * TWtf FAMOUS HOUSE OF VALUE! BAWft , VIIPUnU nilUnnilTO SUPER QUALITY. " Relax " Product. BELTED. OIL CANVAS. IT HI 11C J BOYS TRENCH RAINCOATS «*«» ** 30. pr ice 49 / 6 si z eg 32 to 40, S9 / 6 value i Men's Black Sate.n Quality SHIRTS. SOU'-WESTERS for Men. Oil J/H " R " d TnouWerf """^β?" Coli a r attached. In all 14 / 6 canva.. All .izes. 29 /~ er*o.r.' .nd Butch.,.; APRONS. WWte »y C^ b S n OVEMt, " B - 2 jTJ Drill. Extra heavy quality. 6/6 strong, aii sizes in siock. 11/3 Sale Price w / w _ . —— Lz ~~ Unbleaohed Combination OVERALLS. Motor Cyclists' LEGGINGS. Dome side Men's Donegal Tweed CAPS. Q/11 All sizes. lfi/11 fasteners. p * ip 2l/5 In all sizes. One Priced/ , *' x *°/ * x *"■/ * MEN'S INTERLOCK HALF-SLEEVE SINGLETS Round Neok r 6 / 11 L Men's Waterproof LUMBER JACKETS. Men's Khaki Drill SHIRTS. 12/6 p°!l'^J^V,^"^ F^n .""""^TS? l-'or Goirers. etc. Leather strap shoulders. All sizes. ***/ w Full belted. Fit small men! 49/6 Also In oily canvas. -19/10 N.Z. Wool Khaki SOCKS. Hoavv quality N.Z. All-wool SOCKS. Pair:-* /I 1 —-—— KilJbcd or Plain. All sizes. Value a/O I/AM. M C CKETS L a r P |;'OR T T W sn°o n /;TS , : U ! ,, "Bushman's.' A.I-WOO, S.NGLETS. Nav^ style. All sizes. 70/10 Barmen's APRONS. Black Sateen. A/Q SM - M -> °- s - 8/9 ii E L|/M am v rAkJX/AC D AIkITAATC SLICKER! Dome Fasteners. Full Length. Extra /A MEN S OILY CANVAS RAINtUAIi Quality! All sizes. VALUE: 0//^ Boys' White TENNIS SHIRTS. In all Boys' Navy Strap KNICKERS. Sizes 0 Navy College "*'««>«*• "Sα^ sizes Sto 10. One Price g >|J to G. One Price: Pair JQ/g mac - slzes 3b t0 40 - AU slzes 46/3 Boye' Roslyn ALL-WOOL NAVY SERGE W*n'« Drill SLACKS. Cuff bottoms. Men's^ Oily Canvw Waterproof Walkinq KNICKERS. All sizes. 14/9 Si " e PoCketS, A PrUsl'' OATS. Fun belt. £4/19/6 PEARCE'S for Q^liTyTEcor^rService! "lasS^rd^acleltlSl ISSUED BY THE DEPT> OF HEALTH "WASTE NOT —WANT NOT" j HOW TO USE ALL .J LEFT OVER BREAD Rationing and food shortages remind us that the world , '' WKJ^^jtr^W^^tst/UeKMS^ / ' is still short of.food. Usable food thrown into the rubbish jj£L~ \ '' / -^gil tin is no credit to the housewifs. The world wants food—• - ™jjT"'%_/ i ' J don't waste yours. Use your left-over bread these ways: jT i 'iIBBF / '' , MOIST BREAD CRUMBS: Crumble stole breed and use I to lighten steam puddings; to eke out the msot in shep- »T?Sfell^JL^S^»^^Jii^Er.^M^^P^aa&SP*' herd's pie; to stretch scrambled egg and welsh rarebit; in baked pudding like queen pudding; for stuffing rabbit LEFT I OVER TO AST: Use to thicken thin soups. Put the or for stuffed heart. $ j. ee o f toast into the s i m mering soup or break it up DRIED BREAD CRUMBS: Break up stale bread and dry fj rst .. Blend into soup with fork. in the oven when it is in use. Run the rolling pin over STALE SANDWICHES: Toast under griller or fry leftit and store the crumbs in an airtight tin for use for over sandwiches for breakfast or tea. topping baked dishes like macaroni cheese, and for coat- SWEET OR SAVOURY BREAD BISCUITS: These can be ing potato cakes and rissoles. Try parboiling carrots and use( j for spreading with sweet or savoury mixtures. Cut parsnips, rolling them in breadcrumbs and baking round bread into fancy shapes. For sweet biscuits, brush with the joint. Try Fruit Betty, with layers of sweetened fruit m ;||< an j sprinkle with sugar or mixed sugar and cocoa, such as apple and crumbs baked in a pie dish—dotting p or sovour y biscuits, brush with milk and sprinkle with the top layers of crumbs with small dabs of butter. grated cheese or celery salt or just plain salt. Bake both SIPPETS FOR SOUP: Dice odd slices of bread. Dry them kinds in the oven until crisp. .... in the oven and store for adding to soups; or fry them SAVE BREAD and save wheat imports, thereby freeing in fat for adding at once to pea soup. valuable shipping space. KEEP THIS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE FOR A HEALTHIER NATION lb / ;\J|JP\ Faultless ifWji- ' m. Speciality! m M imm ' f* It< \ anC ' eas y *° recognise in this well W*• f flw &t ill!! cu * Costume of superior quality. \ x -f HI All Wool English Worsteds with - newest designs for Spring — Grey, *li§ '* '^[ ,; <|JE - Airforce, Navy and Black —thoroughly j • hi9h grade in every res P ect - I 11 \a • \i rAIIDT I TH I % \\ V\ JUnIH LUUKI LIU. t "~"f£A V\ Queen Street

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 189, 11 August 1945

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