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www.times.co.nz Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, November 14, 2012 --- 17 117560 Come in on Midnight Madness night, have a glass of bubbles... see what all the hype is about! FIND CRAZE.HAIR ON FACEBOOK MIDNIGHT MADNESS SPECIALS Jeff Honeybun Jewellers 5 MOORE ST, HOWICK. PH 534 8773 Email: email@example.com • Find us on Facebook 117585 LL FOSSIL & DKNY WATCHES ALL 1/2 PRICE 20% OFF ALL WATCHES & RINGS (Items already on sale not included) SILENT AUCTION HOWARD MILLER GRANDFATHER CLOCK Retail $5000 Starting bid $1000 Minimum bids of $100 Starting 9am, finishing 10pm White & Pink Diamond Dress Ring Was $5000 NOW ONLY $2500 BRYSONTM 611-78 Make an offer on any other grandfather clock 121626 COFFEE & TEA LOVERS Wholesalers & Retailers • Coffee & Tea Specialist & Cafe Purveyors of over 230 loose-leaf teas and coffee roasters Open 7 days and can be found a 9 Cook Street, Howick. Phone 533 9095 www.coffeeandtealovers.co.nz Also at: 12e Amera Place, Huntington Park, East Tamaki. (next to Animates Pet Shop on Ti Rakau Dr). Ph 250 1510. 117183-v3 ESTD 2000 Midnight Madness in Howick Village Friday, November 16, 9am till midnight Win a weekend getaway! Midnight Madness shoppers could be in with a chance to win a fabulous Waiheke Weekend Getaway. All they need do to be in the draw is to spend a minimum of $20 in Howick on Friday and in the days ahead. The ‘escape’ includes return car fare on the Sealink ferry and tickets for two adults and two kids, together with two nights’ accommodation in a two-bedroom villa including cooked breakfast for up to four people at Waiheke Island Resort. A guided bush tour and ﬂying fox with EcoZip are included in the pack- age. To enter, shop in Howick Village from November 16 until December 14, write your contact details on your till receipt and drop it into one of the “Win a Waiheke Weekend Geta- way” entry boxes located at various businesses around the village. Importantly, don’t miss a trick at this year’s Midnight Madness, Friday, November 16 in Howick Village from 9am till midnight. www.howickvillage.co.nz www.facebook.com/howickvillageshopping THE clever team at Howick Village Business Association has come up with a great idea as to how locals can have their Christmas cake and eat it too! When HVBA manager Jenny Fos- ter learned that Howick historian Alan La Roche was not only a gifted academic but a talented baker, who each year baked for himself the original Howick Christmas Cake, she went ‘knocking on his door.’ Jenny soon discovered Alan was using a recipe which made its print debut in Aunt Daisy’s Radio Cook- ery Book No. 4 in 1934, and felt it could become the ofﬁcial Howick Christmas Cake. Thought to resemble the tradi- tional Fencible Christmas Cake that was sent overseas to soldiers during the Second World War, the HVBA hopes the Howick Christ- mas Cake will now become the quintessential Christmas symbol in local households. “We ﬁrst ensured the recipe was tried, tested and replicated to per- fection by Howick Village Market regular, Kathy Lister, of Listers’ Homemade Preserves,” Jenny says. “As a result Kathy has produced 60 cakes in her A-grade kitchen to mark Christmas in true Howick fashion. Priced at $35 each, they will be on sale in front of the ASB Bank on Picton Street, during the annual Midnight Madness this Friday, November 16. But hurry – for this limited supply of festive ‘stars’! Alan La Roche and Jenny Foster from HVBA display the Howick Christmas Cake. Howick Christmas Cake makes an appearance! Waiheke Island Resort villas (left), pool deck (centre) and Sealink ferry (right).
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