Auckland department store Smith & Caughey – in Māori, Te Mete rāua ko Kauwhe – ran this advertisement in Te Korimako, a monthly magazine in the Māori language, published from 1882 to 1888. The full-page ad says that if someone ordered goods worth more than £1, the purchases would be sewn into canvas and delivered free on direct routes from Auckland. Many city stores delivered to country customers.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Niupepa: Maori newspapers
Reference: Te Korimako, 15 September 1884, p. 12
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