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I BOOTS AND SHOES. T ADIES' TAN SHOES, very smart, 11/6; -Li usual price, 17/6.—James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. T ADIES' GLACE BUTTON BOOTS, i-J selling at 10/6 to clear the line.—James Adams aufl Co.. oppo. Public Library. LADIES' GLACE LACE BOOTS, clearing at 9/11. round toe and pointea' toe.— James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. T^^ES' - round~toe~ XJ low heel; suit indoor or outdoor.—James Adams and Co.. opp. Public Library. LADIES , TAN BUTTON SHOES, round toe, low heel, suit school wear, clearing at 12/9. —James Adams and Co., opp. Public Library. ADIES' WARD SHOES, specially made for comfort, 8/6; our well known quality.—James Adams and Co., opp. Public Library. r\O TO C 3 T)OXALDSON, KHYBER PASS, NEWMARKET, FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. MADE TO OEDEB AND REPAIRED ON SHORTEST NOTICE. I JOHNSTON BROS. " Offer a very large selection of Boots and Shoes, at Lowest Cash Prices. JOHNSTON BROS. Sell Men's and Women's Goloshes and Footholds, at usual wholesale rates. JOHNSTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines in Felt Slippers — big variety. JOHNSTON BROS. " Keep large clocks of Tan Goode. Imported and local; good quality. JOHNSTON BROS. Offer Ladles' Evening Shoes, from 3/11, Gents.' from 5/6; many prices. JOHNSTON BROS. ** Show Men's Lace Boots from 9/6 to 25,'; quality good; prices low. . M 172 PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc JJIANOS. JJIANOS. Invest in one of the following makes, and you will always have pleasure and satisfaction :— JUSTIN BROWNE, London. One of the most durable pianos made. BOYD PIANOS. Beautiful Workmanship combined with low: price. HOLLING AND SPANGENBERG. Germany, have given, the highest satisfaction In Auckland during the last 20 years. SPATHE. Gold Medal Pianos. ' ROMHILDT and other Eminent Makers. The most Liberal Discounts that can be obtained in Auckland given for cash. Be convinced by paying a call at LEWIS R. EADY'S SHOW ROOMS LIVERPOOL-ST. (near Spedding's). MIO2 J3IANO JSARGAINS. CEE ■>J EW jyrODELS JN QUB FBOM £32 10/ CASH - ■TJIRB rpERMS FOB £j.OOD TEONJJVRAME piANTOS, FBOM .p-1 MONTH. PIANO BUYERS ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR. STOCK. rr\Hß J ONDON AND JJEBLIN piANO QO., 215 AND 217. Q™^- 81 - W. H. WEBBE Manager. Established ISS6. fJ\HE riHANCE OF A J IFETIME. OK piANOS, , BY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. The above goods have been consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor space, we are obliged to quit consignment as soon (is possible. The prices are quite 40 per cent below any pianos of the same standard ottered in this city. INSPECTION INVITED. V\TAX.TER J^ABBY, DARBT-ST., AUCKLAND. M9B r? 07 -I O / —NEW PIAXOS, Iron fr&meT $j£ I JLU/ check action.—E. aud E\ Piano Agency, Ltd., 191, Queen-it. S. Coldicutt Manager. EDUCATIONAL. Q1 JOHN'S /COLLEGIATE OCHOOL. "THE PAH." BOARDING ASD DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE RET. P. S. SMALLFIELD. Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Half Term begins on MONDAY, March 22. Telephone 729. M 312 CHOOL OF DRESSMAKING.—Miss Reid, Wellesley-st. Classes for Practical Di-essinaking. Daily, except Wednesday afternoon; Evenings. Tuesday and Friday. __ -M4Bl IMPERIAL SYSTEM "OF DrIe3SCUTTING COLLEGE 25, CITY CHAMBERS Only Gold Medal at the recent London Exhibition was awarded to the IMPERIAL CHARTS. Classes daily, except Friday Afternoon. Practical Dressmaking taught. I Lake Takapuna: Class Friday Afternoons. I Intending pupils please communicate with 25, City Chambers. Principal: MISS R. A. BAGI.ET, Sole i Representative for Imperial Chartß. MSO , ILLIXERY CLASSES.— Miss Walker (late head milliner, D.S.C), No. 1 Victoria Buildings, Vlctorla-st. East and PoUenBt., off Great North-rd., Grey Lynn. 12 Lessons, one Guinea. " * s

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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