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NZ Truth , Putanga 218, 28 Hereturikōkā 1909, Page 3
OUR HALF-YEARLY i ' CLEARANCE SALE. REDUCTIONS IN ALL LINES.. Shirts, 1/11. 2/6, 2/11 to 5/11. Singlets and Pants, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/9 to 6/11. Trousers, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11, 7/6, to 13/11 QnAjninl ) 20 per cent, off Bain Goats 5E55!5!110 per cent, off Hats/ THE HAT BOX, 'Phone 2516. 21 MANNERS ST. R. YARROWS Ster Ciafe, 146 Lambton Quay, Weilingtoo. 4 - COURSE LUNCHEON 4 - COURSE.-. (12 till 2 Daily), ONE SHILLING! . EISH AND GEILLS From 10 a.m. till 11.30 p.m. Daily. A TRIAL SOLICITED. ; : . — . , . .j SOME People Wonder where they • can get a Suit to IVXeasui-© ta -3?it Thftm I Don't Wonder any longer. My prices are — 50/-,.55/-, 60/-, 65/-, 70/-, 75/-.- --(All Marked m Plain Figures.) 'Don't ber Afraid to Come In and See for,,. Yourself. . ; R. Q. THOMPSON, 74 Manners-street, Wellington. TRAIWAY HOTEL, ADELAIDE BOAD,. MRS C. BEAUCHAMP, PROPKIETRESS^ The Tramway Hotel afiorSs Superior r A"c-- commodation at Moderate Rates.- ONLY THE FINEST BRANDS OF, LIQUEURS, WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS STOCKED. FRED. HURCOMBE FOB FRESH FISH ! Caught everyday by my own nets ; also Fresh, Oysters. Do not forget my noted Smoked Fish. OPPOSITE NATIONAL BANK, INGESTRE-STREET, WELLINGTON. DOMINION PRIVATE HOTEL* I 22 MANNERS STREET. • MRS. L. H TOOMER, Proprietress. The Dominion Private Hotel has been newly furnished throughout and is second to none m "W«Hington. Tariff Moderate. EVERYTHING OF THE BEST. MASONIC HOTEL, patea; NOTHING BUT THE BEST !. THO& GEARY, Proprietor. FAIBBAIBN'S NEW OCCIDENTAL HOTEL (next coubt house), Lambton Quay, Wellington. THE -NEW HOTEL contains 84 rooms, fitted up with every modern con- venience for tlie comfort of Guests. Electric Elevator. Garden Eoo'f. All trams pass door. Night and day porter. Ml Trains and Steamers Met and Luggage Conveyed. ..Eree -Bouse. Only the best of Wines -and : Spirits. y TARIFF— Bs PER DAY. John H. Fairbaim, PROPRIETOR* '! i : : =4j BRITANNIA HOTEL, WIIiLIS-ST., "WELLINGTON. C. McENROfi 0.0 Ps®prietor ! (E»to«£ Wasfe. Coast). ■.. Omimßß BEST OF LIQUORS SSPOCKED. HASHES' HOTEL (Opposite Post Office), FIELDING. . THE LEADING- COMHVrERCIAL'^EOTEL OF THE DISTRICT. Mr and Mrs T. O'Neill (Late of HaVera), Have much pleasure m informing the General Public that they have taken over the above "well-known hotel, and that they trust, by civility, attention, and a proper regard for patrons, to maintain the high-class reputation borne by the house for so many years.