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Thus a Maori vrho yesterday gaaeid open-mouthed ait the motor " cycle: "Py fcorry he to pfeller. He no make if to work; use te petal, «li? Te pike lie go .puff puff, an' iby kqrry- Im> ■uwi.ke i it te quick ride. Kapai- I think tat te machine for te Maori, eh?" Cullen and Co. being heavily stocked in blankets, rugs, and) flannels, we shall offer bargains seldom Been on the Thames in these particular lines- Bush nigs from Is 6d to 17s Bd, all wool New Zealand; blankets, 'full'size, 16b 6d pair, during th^ir Sensationa} Sa]e Qnly. —Advt,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Thames Star, Volume XXXXI, Issue 10407, 7 July 1903

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