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NOTE—iioo Bonus only applies ! JGtONMONGERT. I RONMONGBRY. ! THE CHEAPEST IRONMONGER j la now Selling the following at Special Low Prices for CASH : | RANGES— Luke’s. Scott’s and Shacklock’s AMERICAN STOVES— New Dover and Tasma, especially cheap TILED GRATES—j The Largest and Best Assortment in I the City. | JIANTLEPIECES— Solid Marble, Imitation Marble and Walnut, new designs. FENCING WIRE— Always at Bedrock Prices, some slightly damaged will he sold cheap. AMERICAN AXES— Our 3s 6d Axe always gives Satisfaction. BUILDING MATERIAL— Iron. Felt Nails, Ridging, Spouting, Enamelled Baths, Oils, Paints, all at Bedrock Prices for Cash. GEORGE WINDER, CHEAPEST IRONMONGER, LOWER CUBA STREET. Write for Prices. ,s. LUKE AND CO. (Limited), MARINE, HYDRAULIC. DAIRY . ND GENERAL ENGINEERS, BOILER MAKERS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS. Estimates given for Every Description of Machinery, Builders’ and Contractors’ Ironwork. IN STOCK, FOR SALE—i and S h.p. Horizontal Engines Shafting, llcarings. Pulleys, oto. MANNERS STREET. WELLINGTON. JfAMES O D B js IS, 11SLBOI 8.-N E HOUSE, £1 and BG, Cuba street. Has just completed Extensive Altora. tions and Improvements to his Pro. raises, making them the most complete and Comfortable Refreshment Rooms in the city. Inspection Invited. 714 BONNINGTON*S CARRAGEEN OR IRISH MOSS CUEESINFLUENZA ~ , BRONCHITIS . , , ASTHMA . . . SORE THROAT . „ COUGHS AND COLDS. ASK FOR BONNINGTON’S. SUE THAT YOU GET IT. BONNINQTON'S PILLS FOE BILIOUSNESS. apa WIRE MATTRESSES AND 4tOU STRETCHERS. 10s od. IXs 6d. 13s bd. Stretchers given away at 12s 6d. Just the thing for visitors during C:rnwall Carnival. CAMERON AND CHRISTIE. Lombton auay. Ceylon Tea is the Yice-Regal Tea. It ia also consumed by everyone els« who knows good Tea from bad. ALL GROCERS. TAKE >76 FOR COUGHS & COLDS. Sold by all Chemists and Stores. mires BOOTS Blf» Dales 9 GOLD MEDAL , Dubbin ee velvet. Adds three time* to the wetu. ol leather. Pleasant odour; Allows polish vrltb blaekißg. 93 EXHIBITION HIGHEST AWARD*. Datviotb latLtv* l

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Times, Volume LXXI, Issue 4453, 5 September 1901

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Times, Volume LXXI, Issue 4453, 5 September 1901

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