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SUCCESS.—The British Woollenr Co.; Tailoring Business, of Karangahape-road, Newton, as it stands to-day, is a solid moaamait of-success, which is the gratifying result of dressing men well at the right prices- during the past _2 years. "Unlike those' of antiquity a_d 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/j '65/, 70/, "75/, and 80/. Better suits than those are not to be obtained in the ordinary tailoring channels. The British Woollen Co. TR_ ON ALL GAB-LENTS, therefore they work under the iailors' 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'Aueklahd "to choose from. A visit. will certainly save you pounds in tailors' bills.

UNCLASSIFIED ADVTS. TO LET, 2 Well-furnished Booms and a Single Fur—ishea Boom. — Apply "Star" Office. jTXTAXTED, a Stewardess for steamer; exIv t periehce not necessary; —Address Steamer, 22, "Star" Q—ee." :...'. WASTED .to. Let- to .-oung- Men ot Ladies, at work during day, Booms. — Klngriey House, No. I—4, Hobson-st: IST WANTED, a Washerwoman for Monday Morning. — Appl- 'Waterview, 24, Xcl-son-st. mo LET, Cottas-i all convieeleaces, .Aier- *:, Spedding,. gat-maT-p-T-, _______Ur_T im

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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