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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7832, 3 August 1904, Page 2
Sollitt Bros. Terrace End Sash and Door Factory. HAVING erected an up-to-date plant we are now in a position to execute all order 3 entrusted to us with despatch and in a workmanlike manner, using only the best materials procurable, all work entrusted to us having own personal supervision. SOLLITT BROS.. Builders and Timber Merchants. LORD PLUNKET'S ARRIVAL. A S a number of Palmerston gentle-^* men will be visiting Wellington for the new Governor's reception, and may require a Frock or Dress Suit for the various functions, I have pleasure in intimating that I make a speciality of these garments. MILLIGAN, GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, Kelburne Tram Avenue, Wellington. i LADIES! WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY of Portraits of CHILDREN IN FANCY DRESS. Our Work with the Children is well-known, and is a sufficient guarantee that intending Patrons can rely on getting photos unexcelled in Palmerston. BILLENS THE UNRIVALLED CHILDREN'S PHOTO ARTIST REVOLUTION IN DRESSCUTTING. GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. "M"RS TRAILL, instructor for the -"J- Imperial System of Dressmaking, is now in Palmerston North and will hold classes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 2 till 5 at the Oddfallows' Hall, Cuba street. The Imperial System includes all garments, coats, dresses of every description, morning gowns, wrappers, skirts, underskirts, cross belts, etc. Highest class of work exeouted. Ladies invited to inspect work at any hour, and may join classes at any time. Lessons free of charge. Reduced charges for sohoolgirls. Mrs Traill has had considerable experience in this art, and pupils may rely on a competent teacher.