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IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.

Those who understand anything about the tailoring business must know the impossibility to produce a tailormade suit for £3 3/-; the log price for making a second-class suit according to the Auckland Tailors' Award is £2 2/-, excluding extras. Messrs Schneidem.tn Bros., recognising that a smart appearance is a valuable asset to every man, have made it their aim to have everyone well-dressed, and for this reason they have made their prices within the reach of all. £5 5/-, the average price of the best suit, spent at Messrs. Schniedeman Bros., is a sensible investment. They also make first-class suits for £4 4/-, £4 10/-, £4 15/-, and £5, finished in their well-known and inimitable style. These prices are very reasonable, considering the class of work and materials that are put into the suits. Having a staff of 60 hands, besides five cutters, Messrs- Schn-.'ideuian Bros, are able to produce suits and costumes at the shortest notice, but intending patrons are advised to place their orders as early as possible. Messrs. Schneideman Bros, have compiled a self-measurement indicator, which is so simple that a child can take measurements, and this, combined with their infallible method of cutting from self-measuremenCS, gives country patrons who find it inconvenient to come to Auckland the sam-e opportunity of obtaining good fitting and stj'lish suits and costumes that the town patrons enjoy. Messrs. Schneideman Bros, are making an attractive display of bheir celebrated window models (made on their premises), and the latest colourings in pure wool and silk and wool suitings and costume materials, at their establishments in Wel-lesley-street (opp. Fuller's), and in Kara-ngahape-road. M6O

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IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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