Rev. R. A. Macdonald was farewelled by the parishioners of St. Peter's, Hamilton, last evening, and presented by the congregation with a brass-bound travelling kit bag, and by the Sunday school and boys' gymnasium with a travelling rug. Laudatory speeches were made, emphasising the good work done by him. SUCCESS.—The British Woollen Co. Tailoring Business, of Karangahape-road, Newton, as it stands to-day, is a solid monument of success, which is.the gratifying result of dressing men -well at the right prices during the past'l2 years. Unlike those of antiquity and some modern constructions, it strengthens and grows. It.is due to a proper appreciation of the quality of its specialised productions—the British Woollen Co.'s handmade suits to order at 60/, 65/, 70/, 75/, and 80/. Better suits than those are not to be obtained in the ordinary tailoring channels. The British Woollen Co TRY ON ALL GARMENTS, therefore they work under the tailors' award, each garment being cut, fashioned, and. made on the premises by expert tailors.. , The 8.W.C0. also keep the largest and most up-to-date stock in Auckland.-to choose ■ from... A . visit. will., certainly save pounds in tailors'bills. ;,.-.-",.' I
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