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A REALLY SMART SUIT.

1 £2 6/, £2 £2 IS/, *hd £8 S/. I ~"— '~ L ~ '.[ '. '-.' -I,'"'.' : ' MADE TO MEASDB.E. \ The Suits nibW procurable from GBOR6I : &A.VIES, 46, Qnedk-street,. opposite &mte : t<m's, at ihe ibbye jttdces, are reill; \ superb in style, fit, find finish. They edits fc, lit appearance the Suits Anckland njek bay f been in the bitblt W paying the taliaii wh flye credit five or six guineas fori aiid the, i possees oiie point which no other -finn ea *.' suppiy-Hthe famous Fiohti Th | ;'Keep-Shape" Front Is a. registered fron | that -ensures the' turning bic n ahd ont oi shape. It Is the latii la6a"*PC&' i; ihe best London aid New lor J tailoring estabßshmeiatS, and Mr. Davies ; 1, very, fottiiiiate indeed - lib. tOb 6 exclusive iri.ghtio-use thls.*coit In cpil i- made In N«w Zealand. Gentlemen who.ha-s y already.had suits made at the Ohrlstenure ~ establishment since,' the ' "Keep-Shape ? front was introduced have been high] t- pleased wdth the spleztdld coats producbi ii Then, special care IS given .to every deta 'S in the making of every garment, and. M [er i»ivles is so satlsfled 11 .that* yo-it'' suit wi :o jive' complete : satiafaction When yOU ofdi l i it from, blin 'that.' be has aubliarlsed- ns state that he will give a written guaranti to refund, your money shbiild you not. .1 entirely..satisfied,^with the, gariu'Mita wh« you receive them. W* »ttislbute the diffe si euce of £2 In the price of Mr., Davies' sul ;s M compared with the ordinary made-t fi measure suit largely to the modern mebho adopted in the making ol the jjarinents, on 12 of course, also to the fact- that he sel ._ entirely for cash, giving no .credit wha a ever, thus making no bad debts;.and, oft -c all, it does seem absurd that one man shoo , bave to pay a higher price for his suit ju ie bepanee some other fellow falls to pay f his;, but that. 13 Just : what .happens.. f has to pay for L *hose whb ,do ii re P a f> eud.lt.is naturally hot the,.taUor-,w id gives credit; it is the man who does pay W. you. . Jitr. Davies 7ias Jiiat bpbried" in,:t _[. Auckland branch a very llarge shipment, tie; the .newest autumn-..and" winter suitin) B? direct from the Tney elude all the latest shades and- colbufli ■ln the fashionable brown and gre I worsteds so .mubh "WoSfuno*-, aaid Tma "oeautlful light materials,' and the atanda qualities: In blues and blacki, which, « . guaranteed to retain their, 'colour,' being : the' best possible dye.. Ypuf early' lnsp , tion of these splendid suitings is lh.vlted,a advised. "The address Is:'GEORGE DA.VII to . '4s, (iueeh-s'treet, AUckltuid, aad at Ghrl he church, ■Wellington, .and Dunedin. ,M:

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A REALLY SMART SUIT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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