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[A CARD.J M R- W YVEKX w ILSON BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, HOBSON BUILDINGS (Second Floor), SHORTLAND-ST., AUCKLAND. Telephone 2553. M 379 R. H. SWALES. NEW WHITE SHOP, FOUR DOORS BELOW lIBW'S, GBOCEB, VICTOKIA-3T. SUIT, from £ 3 3/ TROUSERS, from -J X / All Our Coats are made by Men Tailor* specially built with Concaved Shoulders. Guaranteed Perfect Fit. R. 11. SWALES. SAM WHITE & SONS QUSTOMS OT. 'Phone 70S. TAE AND SANDING IS NOW IN FULL SWING. HOUSES REMOVED OR RAISED. CONCRETE WORK AND FENCING. DRAINAGE TO CITY BY-LAWS. LARGE STOCK PURIRI AND TOTARA i"O9TS IN STOCK. M 416 IF THE EYES GIVE TROUBLE, Be Wise and get them tested by m pSACOCK AND S ON ' UP-TO-&ATE OPTICIANS. 218, QUEEN-ST. J. A. PEACOCK, F.S.M.C. (England), with Honours, Sight Specialist. Customers may rely oa Skiliul Treatment with Best Appliances, ami aa Ampie Selection of Spectacles. YOUE NEXT SUIT. TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR NEXT SUIT WILL BE FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY WAY, HAVE IT MADE AT PALMER'S. IT WILL BE DESIGNED SPECIALLY TO SUIT YOUR FIGUBE, THE STYLE WILL BE COKRECT, THE FIT PERFECT, AND THE FINISH THE BEST. THE PRICE WILL BE MOST REASONABLE, TOO. DAVID PALMER, (LATE POSTLES AND PALMER), GTRAND A RCADE & 235, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. IMPEY, LTD., QUEEN-ST. Importers of OILS, COLOURS, WHITE LEAD, POLISHED PLATE, ORNAMENTAL AND SHEET GLAS3. A RT pAPERHANGINGS & "CUtIEZES EOOM AND PICTURE MOULDINGS. SIGNWRITEKS, GLASS EMBOSSERS, Designers and Makers of LEADED LIGHTS. IMPEY, LTD., QUEEN-ST. ¥JMjrrriv piANos. qrgans. ■ft \ LOWEST PRICES FOR %, EASIEST TERMS ON HIRE SYSTEM. 900 TNSTBUMENTS TO SELECT FROM. Imported Direct from the Factories of the WORLD'S LEADING MAKERS. Prices Marked in Plain Figures. Send for Catalogues. THE ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PIANO AGENCY, LTD. S. COLDICUTT, Manager. 191, QUEEN-ST., near H.JI. Theatre. Telephone 1359 M AUCKLAND TTARBOUR TJOARD ■p LECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for a seat on the Harbour Board. I consider that a critical time has now arisen, and that some new members are required to exercise caution, with prudence, in the management of the affairs of this port. Already numerous shipowners are transferring the port of registry from Auckland to Sydney, through the better facilities and less restrictions than are being imposed ou New Zealand shipowners. If the affairs of the shipping are not dealt with In a bus'nesslike way. It is only a matter of a litt'e time when there will be no ships registered In New Zealand, ana no doubt a heavy Increase Iα wharfage dues on goods. I shall always endeavour to forward the interests of the port. I am not personally asking for votes—if you think I am worthy of your support. I shall be glad if you will exercise same at the ensuing election. I am an ludepL-udeut i-audidate, aud not connected with any party. 1 Yours truly. ! J. J. CRAIG. AND SEE OVlt TVALL pROGRAAIMEB j j TNVITATION /-«ARDS. J JUST RECEIVED. BRETT PRINTING AND PUBLISHING YOCU fiiends will be delighted to get a copy of the •■lllustrated Guide to Auek- : 1 ?■}?*■" obtainable at the "Sur" , Office »ao i*U etatfeacre. Trice V.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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