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IF there Is one Department wbtch we are more proud of than any otner Department In our Store, it is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and we strongly recommend the following Blends:— VICE-H36AL BIEKII A Tea of fine growth and choice flavour; 2/ per H), 51b tine 9/6, 101b 19/. GOLDEN XXP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of choice flavour and aiooia; 1/8 per lb, 61b tins 9/6, 121b IS/. MONOGBAM TEA— To further meet the demands of on* customers who require a really good family tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lα, Sib tins 8/6, 121b 17/. THE Ol<l> MIEi. TEA— A Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; l/4t per lb, 61b tins 7/6, 121b 15/. H. M. SMEETON, LIMITED, GEKBKAI PROVIDERS, qtjeen-stkbej, AUCKLAND. Mauo TAILORING IS YOUR SUIT TRIETJ OK? If your Tailor will not give you a TKT-ON BEiOilE 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, buy he knows that If a garment of YOUR SJIT is TEIED OX, BEFORE KIiIISHEX), ne cannot then send the suit to a factory to be made up.—l.E., TAILOES , AWABD. J. H. DALTON, rHAELOR^ 276 AXD 278,. Q™™ S TSEET - Ttff© L—-NOW I WTXL GIVE lOir A CHOICE op THREE THINGSCHART ORDER. — That is a suit made to your individual measure, BUT NOT TRIED ON till FINISHED. THIS SUIT I can mate to your INDIVIDUAL, MEASURE for 35/, 37/6, 39/6, 42/, , and give you. a good selection, of English, and Colonial Tweeds. Tie Suit will be BTJII/T UP with WELL-PADDED FRONTS, that will KEEP THEIR SHAPE, and CONCAVE SHOULDERS that add so much to one's PERSONAL APPEARANCE, and do away with. AJfY SIGNS <W BOUND OK SLANTING SHOULDERS. THAT IS ONE PROPOSITION. See Our Window on itihursday, -cmiDAY, Saturday, -μ-o. 2 propositionis our Famous '-FOOTBALLER BRAND" CLOTHING, made to IJEASUKE AND HEADT ffOK immediate- wear. TJie best of this Brand of Clothing Is made by laliois, a.uil aie all cut out by thoroughly PRACTICAL TAILORS, aud imished by THOROUGHLY PRACTICAL MEN. There is no othez eLOTHENG IN THE DOMINION, but that made IN OUR WORKROOiIS, that has these ADVANTAGES. We also keep speciallymade and cut garments to fit any eize. LONG, THIN MEN OR YOUTHS, SHORT, STOUT MEN AND EXTHA STOUT MEN. There is NO PAINS SPARED to keep these GOODS UP to the HIGH STANDARD that they have ATTAINED. PRICES, from^\ 29/6 T0 75/. Asi those vrUo -have WOSN THIS CLOTHING FOR A TESTIMONIAL. Yon and I will be SATISFIED. J. H.DALTON, 276 AND 278, Q UBBS S- raß:BrnpAiLoaiNG. ■Sro. a PHOPOsiTiO'S-— THIS DEPARTMENT of our BUSINESS is T"00 WELL KNOWN to need mufeh sdvt., go we quote only a few of our lines:— suits to Order, with an extra pair of trousers, 50/. suits 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 a≤ well as- our ftflidft ca-u make them. J. H. DALTON, rpAILOR. 2Jg AND 27§ Q DEEN gTREJBT. ARTIFICIAL EYES. have over One Thousand to choose "' from, both Reform and Shell. X/U& are experienced in. Fitting Them. \A/ti mate Models for Special Cases, and »» order from Home. f\VB. PRICES aio Lowest Current Sample lots tsat by post at our risk. SAMUEL BABBY 290, OCKEN-BT., ADCKLAND. HS2

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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