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PERAMBULATORS, GO-CARTS, SEWING MACHINES. CHEAPEST .@® M C L EOD BROS. UPPER QUEEN-STREET. Branch : Karangahafe Road. CASH OR DEFERRED PAYMENTS. Illustrated Price Lists Free. NORTHERN |i!!*rfraß STEAMSHIP COMPANY Ili^^l (Limited). Ijr Weather and other circumq) stancbs permitting. FOR AWANUI & WAIHARARA. Ohinemuri ■ - Every Saturday, at 2 p.m FOR HOHOURA. PARENGARENGA AND TE KAO. Glenelg- - ■ • Every fortnight FOR WAIHEKK. Chelmsforri • Every Wednesday, and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. FOR-RUSSELL, WHANGAROA, AND GONUIClansman - - Every Monday, at 7 p.m FOR WHANG AREI. Wellington . Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. FOR GREAT BARRIER. Muritai .... Every Wednesday FOR OPOTIKI AND WHAKATANE. (Transhipping at Ohiwa). Waiotahi • - Every Monday and Friday FOR TAURANGA. Waiotahi Every Monday Waitangi Every Monday Glenelg Every Friday FOR MERCURY BAY AND KUAOTUNU. Muritai; - • Every Monday and Friday FOR TAIRUA AND WHANGAMATA. Waitangi Every Monday FOR THAMES, COROMANDEL, AND PAEROA. Steamers Daily. FROM ONEHUNGA: FOR NEW PLYMOUTH. Ngapuhi - Every Sunday, and Wednesday. FOR RAGLAN AND KAWHIA. Kanieri Weekly FOR OPUNAKE AND WANGANUI. Gairloch .... Every Ten Days FOR WAITARA. Kanieri Every Monday FOR HOKIANGA. Gairloeh Fortnightly THE British * Continental Piano Co. THE STRAND, Auckland. we invite inspectioni Of uui Stock by Intending Purchasers and the Musical Public in General. OUR STOCK is the Largest- and Best Selected in New Zealand, and comprises Instruments by the foremost Manufacturers, from whom we have secured the Sole Agencies for our Districts. WE SELL Good Instruments only, fully guaranteed, and at lowest Prices. OUR TERM on the Deferred Payment Systekn are tne Easiest ever Offiered. WE ALLOW HIGHEST VALUE For Old Instruments taken in Exchange trom Customers. THE BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL PIANO COMPANY, THE STRAND, QUEEN STREET. QHARLES OMITH. WHOLEBALE AND RETAIL GO-CART AND PERAMBULATOR MANUFACTURER. Gold Medal Award for Excellence and Su pttiorifcy of Manufacture. Price List Free. ADDBKB3: QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2, Observer, Volume XXII, Issue 45, 26 July 1902

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 Observer, Volume XXII, Issue 45, 26 July 1902

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