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HILL & PLUMMER (LIMITED). QUEEN QJTREET. OIL, COLOUR, GLASS, AND WALLPAPER MERCHANTS. GLASS BEVELLING and SILVERING Is a Speciality with us. OLD MIRBORS RE-SILVERED. Plate Glass Shelves supplied, with Rounded and Polished Edges, suitable for Jewellers and Shop Window .Displays Ml6l T. J. McIVOR, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB. 198, KARANGAHAPE-ROAD. Bodies Embalmed and forwarded to any part of the world. M 505 'Phone 659. TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS. OURS ARE TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS, that look you straight in the eye, because they know they ARE AS GOOD AS THEY LOOK. HONESTLY MADE THROUGH AND THROUGH, and choice not restricted. PRICES ATTRACTIVE. MATTRESSES. DON'T PUKCHASB AN OLD THING THAT IS A MaTTEESS because it looks Uke one. Get one from a store you pan trust. rpSY QUtt QOMBINATIONS, 30/ . pAiRS, 4? ey FPTUMTfi IRONMONGER AND . .f Xt-LIU-iH, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER, ROAD. M 262 ~T"S TTjNORIIOUS QTOCK OF ALL KINDS OF WATCHES JUST LANDED In Ladies' and Gent, s Gold, Silver and Nickel, guaranteed. :G<KEATES T*iROS., WATCHMAKERS, Opp. Town Clock, Queen-st., Auckland. ■■■ M 307 LIST FOB LADIES ONLY I BELIEVE 088 FOLLOWING GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT TO BETTER ADVANTAGE AT DALTOS'S:— CRAVENETTE CLOAKS, any style, 21/ to 33/6. PAXiETOTOS, made from French and English Models, 25/ to £3 3/. COSTUMES, Tweeds, £2 2/. COSTUMES, Tweed and Faced Cloth, £3 3/, Made to Measure. SKIRTS, Vienna or Tweeds, 31/, Superb Style.. CUT THIS LIST OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU. WE WILL ALLOW YOU 1/ IN THE £ OF ANY OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES ON PRODUCTION OF THIS LIST. J. H. D ALTON, 276, Q VEE * S- TWHAT WE CAN DOv WE CAN MAKE YOU A GOOD SUIT FOR ' 50/ 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. W3 WILL GUARANTEE TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION IN READY-MADE OB MADE-TQ-lIEASUBB GOODS, at Less Price than they can be procured WHAT WE WON'T DO. WE WON'T SELL YOU ANYTHING THAT IS NOT EXACTLY WHAT IT IS REPRESENTED TO BE. DALTON, T- AILORLADIES' DEPT., 276 AND 278, Q UEEN S T - M 92 PROTECT XOUR EYES With Proper Glasses, well fitted by /TV "QEACOCK & QON, OPTICIANS, 218, QUEEN-ST. SPECIALITIES: Commodious Rooms, Best Appliances, Ample a< lection of Spectacles, and Accurate Fitting. ME J. A. PEACOCK, F.S.M.C., England, has recently returned from London, where he passed, both, exams, of the WorsMpful Company of Spectacle Makers, in Optics anfl Practical Sigt>t -resting, with Honours. ALEXANDER -TT I N X> E R, M.8., B.Ch., B.Sc, F.R.C.S., Eng., Surgeon Begs to announce that he is Commencing the Practice of his Profession .it HULME COURT, MANUKAU-RD. PAENELL. Home hours: 9-10 a.m., 1.30-2.30 p.m., 7-S p.m. Office hours: Sharland'e Pharmacy 11-12 a.m. Le Quesne, Chemist, Ponosnby 2.30-8.30 p.m. 43 LADIES' TAILORING DYER AND CO., ... ' gTRAND A RCAD-E. AWARDED GOLD MEDAL AUCKLAND LADIES'~TAXLOSING We are now prepared to take Orders - for the Coming Season, and we ■ wish It distinctly understood our Gowns er e not made up on Factory Lines and sold for "Genuine Tailor-made Costumes. Ours are cut by an Expert and made by men who have tad experience in different firms famed for Tailor-mades, and our Cloth, etc. is of tlie Best. Manufacture, not Dressmakers' materials, with which it is impossible to get hlgh-(2ass results. A visit to our windows will convince ladies Our Models hare No Superiors for Genuine Tailor-made Costumes. NOTE ADDRESS: N O. £ gXBAND J^CADE^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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