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WArnT ' W«HOIQ, au. | A CREAT OFFERfob .a . ..few .. weeks '■i.okvriW EXTRA TBOVSEBS ■ "'& GIVEN FREE With each Suit at 60/- or Higher Pric*. '{ BEST MATEnxAxToVARAKXEEn. | OUT. TRIED-ON, And made by Hand on the Remises bx '-*' Firatrclass Tailors. '■'.".-_•-- '•??.¥:% 80/- jffijlr TRIED ON f I |H'|l Jl AND MADE " j I jflUl I r """. TAILORS. I I I I' l .- OUR MOTTO: If ll f' British Woollea Go. 175, 177, opposite Post Office, NEWTON; EXTRA TROUSERS FREE f A SMART COSTUME. A Smart..Costume Is - . . necessary, to -the -well m dressed woman. We. hays : made a Special Feature of thlß Department' and* are showing the Latest Styles worn for the com.'--''■-ing season. A Large Variety of Venetian Cloth: and Costume. Tweeds ;li3§rS the Very Latest Shades; ffl Also, a Large' Stock ot Blue Serges from the Best i English Houses. • ? '-■ A FEW OF OUR I PRICES:-'-- ■> A Smart Cutaway Costume, any • /' colour, from .'_. _4*fo # .:'.. Long Coat and Skirt; 5 0 0 Skirt .., ~.,..,.;.;,. i.JS 0 i ' Biding Habits 7 Of.. L;h. wright, , ; , Late Cutter HeGoaUe Brst, liondan.- ---| Note Address: -''," : !•--"■: 65, QUEEN-ST. (below H. M. SmeetinVs*, 'Phone 817. Call.for Samples. - -M3OI ""- SALE AT j BALANCE OF • .gTOCK ' (REMOVED IFBOM NEWTON), WILL JbE,Cs6_J> AT. RIDICULOU* ■PRICES TO "EFFECT A SPEEDY ; '*...."...' .'," " CLBABANCEr- 1: " - -' AND MCSITBE SOLD TO.MAKE ROOSt — FOR NEW GOODS. PRICE NO OBJECT, 'THE ABOVE. WITH ■ HISTED'S £3000 STOGKr WILL BB OFFERED AT AC GREAT M SALE. BEGINNING IJO-MOBEOff TtT 0-»» IN <*, . AND CONTINUED DAILY TJNTIIi . "' FURTHER NOTICE. J SEE' WIN© O-W'Si* '. HtSTED'S, RS^-E^ NEAR THREE LAMPS. Mlof A REALLY SMART SUIT. £3 by. £2 10/. £3 15/, and X 3 V..' •.,,;..., . J, V; MADE TO MEASURE. ■ ~j The Suits now procurable from GEORGE ''"."; DAVIES, 46, Queen-street, opposite Smee- .■■"■ ton's, at the abore prices, arc f superb la style, fit, and finish. They equal . ' In appearance the Suits Auckland men have been In the habit of paying the tailors whs | give credit five or six guineas for, and they, possess oaf, point which no other Ann can ■apply—-the. famous. Keep-Shape Front. Tha "Keep-Shape" Front is, a registered front that ensures the coat from tanning back and getting out of stupe. It is the latest idea from the best London and New York tailoring roentg, aud air. Davies la very. fortunate indeed in, possessing ith* exclusive right to use this front in coata made In New Zealand. Gentlemen, who hay* already had suits made at the Ohristchnrck estauUsbmetrt since the "Keep-Bhapo" front «.w«*> produced have been bighl/ pleased with.the splendid coats, produced. Then, special care,ia.given to every, detail ' in the. making of every garment, sad Mr. Davies is s6. satisfied *hat your suit. _vltt give complete satisfaction when yon order It from him that he has authorised us to state that he will give a written guarantee to refund your. money- should you not ha entirely satisfied with the .garments when, you K»l»e tiiem. We attribute the differ. ence of £2 in the price of Mr..Davies' suits as compared with the ordinary.. made-bo? measure suit largely to the modem nieuuoda adopted In the making of the. garments, and. of course, also to Che fact that he sella entirely-for cash, giving no credit whatever, thus making no bad debts; and, after all. It,does seem absurd that one man should have to pay. a higher price for his-suit just because some other fellow.falls to pay.for Us; but that is just what happens, ..for somebody has to pay for those who do not pay, and it-is-naturally not the tailor wJio gives credit; It is the man who does pay • •yon. Mr. Davies has. just opened in • the Auckland branch a. very large shipment of the newest autumn and winter suitings, direct from the manufacturers. They Include all the latest shades and colourings in the .fashionable brown aud green worsteds s°:'much worn now, aud many "beautiful light materials, and the standard qualities in blues' and blacks, which aro guaranteed .to. retain their colour, being of the, best possible dye. Your early inspection of these splendid suitings is invited and advised. The address is: GEORGE DAVIES, 46, Queen-street, Auckland, and at Christchurch, Wellington, and Dunedin. M 135 -yiCTOR ||*-ACKY,. F.N.ZiA.A. (by Exam.), public accountant and auditor, 7, empire buildings, swAnson-street. '. Telephone 885. > , MMg

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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