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" a Rztiix smart sGfc ' (B2 .6/.~£2'16/r*2 M/l and r £3 3/. MADB-.TO-MEASnaB; ": The Suits'now procurable from GEOBGB DA VIES, 46, "Queen-street, opposite Smee-;±6i'e,-;,af.'th'ei;-above*, u prices;' "/"ire--.- realJy superb Iα style, .fit, and finish. They equal in appearance tne Suits Auckland nieri hare been,in. the liabit .of paying the tailors who give credit five or: Sis guineas for, and -they possess- one point whleh-no other >firm "eaa supply — the Xainous Keep-Shape sytdat. irh'e "Keep-Shape" grpnt is,a registered front that ensutes the coat from turning back ■and getting .oat of siape. It is the "latest iidea from' the best Ju>n4on and York .CailOEing -establishments, ajid Mir.' i»avies ii very': t ortmxate"Jindeed in. "possessing tha 'Ixclasite right to'"'use this £ront in" coats made, ii New Zeajaiid. -wiio aava alr'eadj; had suits made- at r the, : Otoi3tehurcai estiblishinent. 'since - the;. "KeeD-Shajig". front was iuxroduced _haTe-> been nighly, 'pleased with the splendid coats .produced.' pheii, special .care' Iμ .given ,tp every detail in, ilie> inailng .b£',"every S'irnibnt > -;-an(ir'-'iir. j Dayles ;is so Isatlsiied. that- jour suit will iivV complete satisfaction: "wJjen. you 'order it from. Mm that he has aubhojased us to state :that he .will give.a.written^ guarantee to.refoiid. your, money should' yoii-.aot be entirely'satislied with ,tiie. garments when you -recelveLtiiem..■-. We. attriDute diaerence of £i in. the price of- Ali;. i J>ayies , . soita as compared ,wltU the. ioxclinary made-to-uieasii're suit' largely -to the modem.niechoda adopted in the maijirigof the g armenrs, and, of course, aiso to mc fa« that he sella entirely for .cash,; m> credit "whatever, thus maJtliig no: bait debts; and, aiter all, h. does seem aosurd that <mc maa should hlgjier price- for hdS isuli'^ust bet'ause sonic fiilivr ,faiis to pay for his; but that is jnst wiat iappens, for eomebtxiy-has to pay for who do aot pay, and naturally/nat'the jailor who gives" credit; it- is the man.who; does yffu;. J Jir;'' lfeTies-ihas" just opeaed ja! tha AudkVaaid, brajich., a veiy ialtge.'shipiaeat ot the' newest' (duttfrn-n.;•: and. winter; direct titita the-- manula'ctarers." They ; ln. cludef v sdl the iatest- 'shades and colourings ,in '"the" Jashionable browii - aifij' -.greea wcc»teds..so much' worn now, 'beauHful. light materials, and the, standard quaUties- itt- bines- -and- WScts, fi ■H?tiea are jjnaranteed to retain their •colour, rising ot the beet possible Xour -'early inspeetioa of' z 'these splendid saltla'gs'lsißvdted ianA aavisted. Tdie-address, tai'iißOßGFß.'lxS.yiES, 4ft-;.Qoeen-street,' Auckland, toad. >*t ■" Christchurch,.. ; Wellln2ton.jandvßnn'ediii; • r .--. >M 355

lEASY LOUNGES, i. . , QADDLE TJAG3 ... -, _. . '.. J^EATHER'.-..;.'"': V.;'. ■"' JpAEESTKy.: ■• ■.'•■•';-. -J ".?■+£ •VTELVETS, etc. . "-, 7; ]j^^IJF.ACTUREBS> ; ..:.:;;:,- ■ .. . queen. And, {Hrey qts.;~ ,;,. "E&ST /-' LAMD ;^EAST '; • ■pKOPEE.TS: r aALiEJSMEN;--;' "■ CSHORTLAND : r. : •'■' OPP.' "; 6.Pid, i-v..-. «:••. .jji-ABais 'fob qajue.■•••••■' --:- %PANUREWA, 12 - ACHES—House, 7 4 ■•»**-'rooms; close to railway-station ... Splendid -Little -Poultry - -Farm;, 'garden - etc.; plenty water, grand-tor ducks. Leasehold. £20 for goodwill "and: chattels for working the place..,"-.' : ' ."■■".' ".: ". i ..... $*£?'-" N° : 2, - '' : TX7HAKGARATAi- L 165 tACBE3' (2» Miles "" * from Creamery)— House, β-soomstfcow-&hed ( 30 bails; good implement shed; present stock* 45.:hea'd.'c.ows; and 12 .paddocks, all.ploughable and well fenced: watered, by, £16 acre,; and easy^terms. [""TV/TATFIEU); -10 ACRES—FETO 'AND I -"J- POULTRY- r FARM.—House,- 5"., : room»; barn, stable, etc. The land is very superior, and good,niagnificenf crops of fruit, apples, plums, -peaches., etc.;. grand vine • country. This farm Is so very. much above, the aVerage'that it is-like ah OASIS' IN THE.DETSEBT, .'and an - object lesson to' those' who and Is for, sale; at the How ,price'of : £650 aiid. terms., The improvements are'-.worth the inoneyi ■.■■/.' . "-.' ; '\. ■". -■' *■<---, ISP-'-I V t%£ ;YTI7HAKGAPE, ; 600 "ACRES (2.Miles from » » '.Creamery and ; 'Sch~ool, water frontage)— A—Partly-imprOTed--'Fiirni' for Sale :r at £4 10/ per £.cre;,-laige.'quantity- of "flax," and :gpod: for-100 lead of cattle;, sma]l_House. Owner haviris "invested" elsewhere requires' , a fsale, but will mate .'easy. terms 'bt payment. . .SH.OBTLASD-STRET,. ..' WEISFZL SCHOLLUM, 9'fiO":--A.CiiESri3. ; .' MUes from Auckland. juyi.ji. Title, ; tand Transfer^ r Ho"us'e ; >.of -.-7 'rdbnis; verandah two sides; newly..palnted; vrell watered; tidal frontage. ' Five *a'creeunder, crop.",24o~acres.in grass, .100 acres ploughed.- Can 1 "carry-300 sheep and-SO to 30 cattle. House insured for £150. : Price, i.£4-15/ per acre... .. , . ~.„".- CFI76) Kn ACRES;- .Six i'Miiesl.lrom:'New VIZVy- mouth—Eiret-cliiss, Laud, House, of i rooms, dairy, stable, cowshed, six bails; welt improved. / All under', cultivation. Carries 30-: milking, cows, 4 horses. :£rice; £10. per .acre. ..Terms..;. . (F56) "J AO ACRES, Waiiato Line, li niUes from -»-V*fech6bl: and township, half, in cultivation and other in light fern. House ;ofll rooms, ; and good outbuildings; well fenced • and Shelter pine tree's. ... Now carrying ;35 cows.' .Best land in the district. , Price, £2300. Terms,: £500 cash, balance easy terms....-, A real good home. ■•■■-■■ }f. ~.r , - ...v -.• ,f v- .v ,*(j«(FS5),;i -J A ACRES; to Lease, with; purchasing J-U - clause—A ; 71-roomed ■ 'House, nearly new; poultry yard, arid all conveniences. The property is'subdivided and well fenced; partly- in i grass, .garden, and orchard. Furniture and stock can be "taken at valuation. Kent, £I'per week. -'Bus every day.. - ■;- '■ ■-- .(FG32S) ' X? QftA—GOOD CO.UNTRT BOAKDINGdwpUy HOUSE of 11 rooms; 28 permanan'ents at 15/ per week (board only); Lease of two years. Kent, £1 per-week. Four cows ineliided.' ':: : f" .■ - (C 55) . "THAVE' BUSINESSES—Stationery; Grocery, Tobacconist's, Fancy Goods, Drapery, Fruit and 'Confectionery.' Houses -and Hotels., In all districts, ranging, in .pricb ■from £86 to "about £3000; too .numerous to advertise. . Kindly caU.:or-write,.and yont wants will be promptly: attended to. sqhqllxjm; ~: iloyal Insurance Buildinigs " :. : : "" .(Next Town Clock). ,: ■. JJUiBBN-ST., ATTOKXiAKD ' .: - ..■■-,,;..'-v'Phoae 1660. '-.:,.. '. t :' ; ; Telesrapnlc Address; "ScJiollum.iAuckiand '". ' v ' : . : . ..''■ ".:---- -•" : : : - juis > ■ .. -■■-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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