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LIST FOR LADIES ONLY I BELIEVE THE FOLLOWING GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT TO BETTER ADVANTAGE AT DALTON'S;— CRAVENETTE CLOAKS, any style, 21/ to 33/6. PALETOTOS, made from French and English Models, 25/ to £8 3/. COSTUMES, Tweeds, £2 2/. COSTUMES, Tweed and Faced Cloth, £3 3/, Made to Measure. SKIRTS, Vienna or Tweeds, 2a/, Superb Style. CUT THIS LIST OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU. WE WILL ALLOW YOU 1/ IN THE £ OF ANT OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES ON PRODUCTION OP, THIS LIST. J. H. D ALTON, 276, Q™™ S- TWHAT WE CAN DO, WE CAN MAKE YOU A GOOD SUIT FOR SO/ and give you an Extra Pair of Trousers. WHAT WE CAN'T DO. WE CANNOT RUN 100 YARDS IN 5 SECONDS, or Sell you a Suit at Half the Price charged by other Tailors. WHAT WE WILL DO. WE WILL GUARANTEE TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION IN READY-MADE OR MADE-TO-MEASURE GOODS, at Less Price than they can be procured elsewhere. • WHAT WE WON'T DO. WE WON'T SELL YOU ANYTHING THAT IS NOT EXACTLY WHAT IT IS REPRESENTED TO BE. DALTON, T AILOK < - LADIES' DEPT., 276 AND 278, Q VEEN S T - M 92

DRAPERY ■' AT HALF PRICE. THE LONDON 1 DRAPERY AND CLOTHING CO. HATE THIS DAY PURCHASED J. F. ROBERTS'S ASSIGNED STOCK FOR 12/9 IN THE £, AND WILL HOLD A WINDINGUP CLEARING SALE OP SAME. Further Particulars by Circular in Saturday's issue, Saturday, 17th inst. WAIT. M 516 IF there is one Department which we are more proud of than any other Department ln our Store, it is the TEA DEPARTMENT, ahd we strongly recommend the following Blends: — VICE-S3GAL BLEND— A Tea of fine growth and choice flavour; 2/ per lb, 51b tins 9/6, 101b 19/. GOLDEN TIP TEA— A high-grown Ceylon Pekoe, of chblce flavour aud aroma; 1/8 per lb, 61b tins 9/6, 121b 19/. S-EONOGHAM TEA— To further meet the demands of oui customers who require a' really good family tea, we have introduced the Monogram Blend. 1/6 per lb, 61b tins S/6, 121b 17/. THE QED "SItLE TEA— A Tea of excellent quality, being a blend of Fine Indian and Ceylon; strongly recommended; 1/4 per lb, 61b tins 7/6, 121b 15/. H. M. SMEETQN, LIMITED, GENESAi rKQVIDERS, QxrEEH-sT-ftEEjy AUCKLAND. \ n - ■-•-•-- Maw

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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