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, : : - -;■ - -'■'-.-•• TAILORING. ■ -■-.-'--•; A REALLY SMART SUIT. J .;-■';;/-:: —- -. ' -rJw: X 3 B/,'£2 iO/ p " £2" 15/, and 1 £.3 3/.- 'g? - :' '■:." ;.MAi>H:TO..,M,EASTIItBr... " l~\r. ,:; Tie- Suite "now- proeqjnVble from • (xEORGB DA.Vl^S,'!"«",>Qneei-stre<»t/ "opposite Smee■fcim'e>"-' at the" iboTOy prices,"•■"'β-rev. reaily •' superb"la etyleiVflt, and finish. They equal in.appearance the SuitsTAucSiand -'.mai hay« been in the habit of paying the tailors who' giv* credit five! -'or'eix guineas for, andihey possess oie,point whleih"hp other ana can -famom Keep-iSiiajje' "Froh't~'T4i« ; *'Eeep-Shape;' ' jPtwirt -ls~ a "registered" Ir6nt " that ensures lie ; coat from .■■ tiu-ninjf ''back'" and setting out- of; shape. It Is -the latest • idea , from the best London and New-York-tailoring establishments, and ilr. Davies i» very fortunate /indeed, in possessing ta» ■ exclusive. -feoat- in coat* made Via. Xew. Zealaud- Gentleaian. .wiio Jiay* alreiiiy tad suits made" at* tie Chkitcliurbli . front was .Introduced have been highly , pleased :ytitsi the: sylendid : qoaii produced-v X'heu, special care to every detail lia tie inaitog-oi-Brerj- "earaisnT/'and iiK IXayles is so satisfied thai yonc euit iviil jire' complete satistactidu '-tr-tain. you order ft.from him. thar,he ha>'vannadnsed us t» etate .that he -will ■'gtre-ai written- guaranter " to <■ • reland/ your-inoney should-- yon■ not "be '■' eaiireljr- -ytith the ■ ganneiits ■ wiea- ■'; you recelT*;ti»ein. vWe. attribute the-ditteri-' eace of-£2.ia tie.'pirlce-oiMri-liaTies' suite as' compared -with . theycrdinaiy jnade-to--v measure suit'largely toi^tfie 'laoderji-itieihods-kdoptedin'tie'lnaklns ofi the garments, aid,----,61', course," also iact. that- lie- sell* - entirely'-for" oaatir-glfinernp ' credit "• i eirer,' thus making 'HbVbad~tebts;- 'and; alter all, niaii"sho.uld iav«'to pay for ife suit 7uit " |i>ecauae' some oilier leilow lails to pay"lf6r'" ' ma? but that -is-just -what 'nappens. for somebody iias to pay ■■■tor those w-Jio do'not pajr, aud it is naturally not the uuior wie ■ yiTescredit; it ia'the man. who does you. il-r. Davies has just opeaed ia the A.uckland- branch'a very large sttipmeut oj I the newest autumn and.-winter■■ suiting, toect from - tne-manufaeturers. r -Their- aaj-i cluieraii'.-tie.-■.lateet.shadES,. and-oolourlniis — I in. the fashionable. ~browa-. and greeuweietede so much ..worn oow, -and , many ■beautitul;'H«i»t-niaterial6,-and' standard - ' qualities -iv- blaefcs, -wliich , "ai-» ': guaranteed to retain:-"their colour, hfiog-'ot ' the best' possible dye.- lour; early.inspec-: tlon at these'spiendid^_snitkigs is laTitedand - Tie'-aditeesi is: G-EOKGB DAVIES, ~ •48, ;and. at Chriertchurch, ■■ Widlinctoh.-.aad Uunedioi ""'"•.. illßa ?

SALE AT PONSONB V, '■.■ ■■:-: ■. : .vbaeance;. op ; ".:';■:•"'■■■'; t:"' ' '\ ulsebbook's _"stock" .;•-- -. (REMOVEDrrrFKOM ' SBWIOIs), WILL BE •' SOLD- •'AX. -"β-idicujxhj* ■•.-■■■PRICES TO .EFFECT A SPEEDY '. , CLEARANCE...-.' .-...■ '." '~ /AJfD MUST BB".SOIii>, TO SIAKE ROOM : fob 'yn\y goods, .price, xq object. ' THE ABOVEi ytWB.- -' :'yv £3000 STOGKJ : WILL BE OFFERED -AX , A.. .GREAT,, \; . .; SALE, v.; rp. o - ji;o,r b,o;.\v : : ; tvt. ob.X-ik.q, AND CONTINUED , DAILY UNTIL '* FURTHER NOTICE; ' ■ .■ .."• SEE,:-: ;>V I X D 6_SS. ; BtISTM)W^ NSC>N ¥^; r NBARTHREE LAMPS. -:. IT\RX „ . A, SIXPENNY TIN OF GARLAND'S , GEAVY ' SALT," iMade from Sngar and Salt, with. Vegetable >' Propertlesi'for. imparting to Roasting Sl»Soups, Gravies,', etc., •■& rich . v "c6lout.~ra_u • earoar.:, Made in.one iniaute witboat trou-- ■ packed in patent: airtight tins, drS md ti cc any" length of tlme. : To be iiad of'■ most grocers-^^and.-storekeepers...lt your grocer, cannot supply, write ns/ jv»ysill post you a: pample free... __..;.„ .T...H. AND SON, jJAW.OfAOIDaaES, AUCKLAND JUS*

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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