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TAILORING TOE rpEST OF "DEAL rpAILORING IP THE TRY-ON. If your Tailor will not give you a TRY-ON BEFORE your SUIT is FINISHED, you may DEPEND THAT HE is SENDING your Suit to a Factory to be made up. They MAY TRY AND PERSUADE you that it is NOT SO, hm. he knows that if a garment of YOUR SIIT is TRIED ON, BEFORE FINISHED, ne cannot then send the suit to a factory to be made up.—l.E.. TAILORS' AWARD. J. H. DALTON, rpAILOR. 276 AKD 278, O T7EEX S- TREET"V"O I.—NOW I WILL GIVE YOU A -•-> CHOICE OF THREE THINGSCHART ORDER—That is a suit made to your individual measure, BUT NOT TRIED ON till FINISHED. THIS SUIT I can make to your INDIVIDUAL MEASURE for 35/ 37/6 39/6 42/ and give you a good selection of English and Colonial Tweeds. The Suit will be BUILT UP with well PADDED FRONTS that will KEEP THEIR SHAPE, and CONCAVE SHOULDERS that add so much to onet PERSONAL APS-2ARANCE. and do away with ANY SIGNS OF ROUND OR SLANTING SHOULDERS. THAT IS ONE PROPOSITION. See Our Window on rpHURSDAY, "pRIDAY, gATURDAY. J. H. DALTON, rruiLOß, 276 AND 278, Q CEEN S TREET : "VTO. 2 PROPOSITION. Is our Famous "FOOTBALLER BRANDCLOTHING, made to ME-ASLRE AND READY FOR immediate wear. The best—this Brand of Clothing is made by Tailors, and are all cut out by thoroughly PRACTICAL TAILORS and finished by THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL MEN. There is no other CLOTHING IX THE DOMINION but that made IN OUR WORKROOMS, that has these ADVANTAGES. We also keep speciallymade and cut garments to fit any size LONG, THIN MEN OR YOUTHS, SHORT, STOUT MEN AND EXTRA STOUT MEN. There is NO PAINS SPARED to keep these GOODS Ur to the HIGH STANDARD that they have ATTAINED. FUICES, from 29/6 to To/. Ask those who have WORN THIS CLOTHING FOR A TESTIMONIAL. You and I will be SATISFIED. J. H. DALTON, 276 AN D 278, Q tEEX g™- l3l--mAILORUSG. VO. 3 PROPOSITION'— THIS DEPARTMENT of our BUSINESS is TOO WELL KNOWN to need much advt.. so we quote only a few of our lines:— SUIT'S TO ORDER. WITH AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS. 50/, STiITS TO ORDER. WITH AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS. 60/, SUITS TO ORDER, WITH AN EXTRA PAIR OF TROUSERS, 70/. REMEMBER*—These Goods are tried on and made as well as our hands can make them. rpHE JUDGE'S GUMMING TJP. A FEW OF THE ADVANTAGES one gets by dealine with J. H. DALTON. "VfO. 1~-J.H.D. has had 30 years' practical experience of Tailoring in all its branches. "NTO. 2— J. H.D. buys his Goods direct J?l from the Miils. ~\TO. 3— J. H.D. has a thoroughly alive -i-~ man as HOME BUI-EB in LONDON, thus he is enabled to get the very latest LO"NDON and PARIS NOVELTIES. 4— J. H.D. employs the very Best -I" , ! Hands procurable, and superintends his business HIMSELF. NO. employe 4 Cutters, that is more than any one SHOP TN NEW ZEALAND. 7\rO. 6— J. H.D. pays cash for all goods, -•-' whether bought in LOJNDON OR NEW ZEALAND. This enables him to Sell for Cash at prices UNAPPROACHED by any OTHER TAILOR IN THE .DOMINION. J. H. DALTON, rpAILOE. 276 ASD 278, Q UEE - V S' raEET - A UCKLAND. r\UR CLIENT WILL NEVER REGRET |VJ THE HIGH FIRST COST OF A > STANDAP.D ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. Hlg Dills for Low Current Consumption J will always remind him pleasantly of our jeood advice. He will epeak to his friends of the wonderful economy of the I STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. i supply of a Cbeap Ele-;<rlc Lift offered ■by thosi who do not understand 1 electrical ! conditions, will certainly reflect discredit i upon tbe pi-"f»ssioni:l adviser, and, indeed, may prove a ghastly blunder. Ask the ! I users ot over 300 STANDARD ELECTRIC I ELEVATORS iv Austialasia what they ,think. The GOOD POINTS of the ' STANDARD are expensive, but they are ITltaJ. They ensure Durability. Beliablilitj. , Efficiency, Economy, and Safety. ISTAKDAM) MffXS AB.S BEST VALUE |s>OP, iiCKEY. £Ole A;enta Jor New Zealand J TURNBtfU. AM) JONES, LTD. B&9OX&ICAX; ENGINEERS AND i eß«jrS.\O3lOlt<3. MS42

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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