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ipEMOVAL NOTICE. RAPIER AND gSIITE, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, Have removed their Offices to SECURITY BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST., KOS. 2, i, 4. end 5, FJKSX FLOOtt . i f ■ 11 M 461 LADIES' TAILORING iWE HAVE JTJST, OPENED ODB NEW SEASON'S GOODS, AMONGST WHICH ARE A LARGE NUMBER OF SPECIAL /~-<OSTU4IE T ENGTHS, EX S.S. WAIM.ATE. NOW IN HABBOUR FEOM L.ONDON. ,WE MAKE COBTDMES TO ORDER FROM jpO q / ;,i YOU CAN BUY PROM US READY-MADE COSTUMES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. WB_ALSO MAKE AND STOCK T ONG pn-AiVEN'ETTB /^LQAIiS, PALETOTES, CIRCULAR CAPES, ETC.. ETC. If we cannot fit you from stock, we will make you one to measure at a little morq money, suy about a/. DO YOU EVER HAVE A BOTHER IN GETTING A COSTUME READYMADE TO FIT YOU ? IF YOU DO, CALL ON T) ATiTON HE MAKES ALL ALTERATIONS TO HIS READY-MADE COSTUMES FREE. He also leaves largo Inlays down inside seams, so that they can be altered to lit. J. H DALTON, , LADIES' DEPT., , T ailor, 276, Q UEEN g T - UO2 FOR SALE A B- AKGAIN--1 HANDSOME DIAMOND STAR, BROOCTI, • PENDANT, OR JIAIII ORNAMENT COMBINATION. QUITE NEW. Must be Sold regardless o£ its Value. ; Full Particulars and Price apply— ; BOX 351, AUCKLAND. M 307 OUK CLIENT WILL NEVER Ht/GRET THE HIGH FlflST COST OF A STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. ' Hla bills for Low Current Consumption will always remind him pleasantly of our ; good advice. He will speak to his friends ■ of tho wonderful economy of the STANDARD ELECTRIC ELEVATOR. Whereas the placing of a contract for the supply of a Cheap Electric Lift offered by those who do not understand electrical ' conditions, -will certainly reflect discredit upon the professional adviser, and, Itr- • deed, may prove a ghastly blunder. Aak the users of over 300 STANDARD ELECTRIC , ELEVATORS in Auetrnlußla what they ' think. The GOOD POINTS of the STANDARD are expensive, but they are , vital. They ensure Durability, Reliability, Efficiency, Economy, and Safety. STANDARD LIFTS ARE BEST VALU.E FOR MONEY. Sole Agents toe New Zealand, TURNBULL AND JONES, LTD. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS. M 342 LAST WEEK! > * LAST WEEK! TANFIELD, POTTER AND CO.'S CASH SALE. (JBISA, Q.LASSWASE, AKD ■pUKNISHIXG Q.OODS. 242, QUEEN-STREET. ■' "' ■■' M 475 IF there Is one Department which we nre more proud of than any otnex Department In our Store, it Is the TEA DEPARTMENT, and' we strongly recommend the following Blends:— VIOE-RSGAL BLEND— A Tea of line growth end choice flavour: 2/ per lb, 51b tins 9/6, 101b 10/. GOESEUT TIP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of choice flavour and aroma: 1/8 per \b, Gib tine 9/6, 121b 10/. MONOGRAM TEA— To further meet the demands of our cu3t<*mers vrho require a really good funnily tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lb, Gib tins 8/6, 121b 17/. THE OLD MILL TEA— A Tea of excellent quality, being a Mend of Flue Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; l/± per lb, Olb ttas 7/0, 12lb 1&/. H. M. SMEETQN, LIMITED., GENEKAL PKOVIDEBS, QUEEN-BTREJ2T, AUCKLAND. asoo TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS. OURS ARE TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS, that look you straight lv the eye, because they know they ARE AS GOOD AS THEY LOOK. HONESTLY MADE THROUGH AND THKOUOH, and cbolce not restricted. PiUCKS ATTRACTIVE. MATTRESSES. BON'T PURCHASE AN OLD THING THAT IS A JIATTKBSS because It loots like one. Uet oue from v store you ciiii trust. rTIRY Q.DR COMBINATIONS, 30/ pAIRS, FPTTTMP IRONMONGER AND . x XVJLIUxy, complete HOUSE FURNISHER, KARANGAHASE BOAS. ai^ti^' YOUR Krleuds will »c delltUtcd to set a copy of the "Illustrated. Guide to Auckland." Obr'-able at the "Star" Office luid all Stationfritf. Pr>"o a/, I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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