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TELEGRAPBOLC SHIPPING. : Kalpara Heads, April 16.—Sailed: Hula, . aux. schooner.- for : Ly ttelton. '• ..j. Hokianga, Heads,,-April 15.—Arrived at 2.30 p.m.:, Reliance, scow, "from Onehunga. April 10.—Arrived at 6.30 n-m.: Claymore,' s.s., from Onehunga. '■'. Tauranga, April 18.—Arrived air 10.50 a.m.:.Ngatiawa, s.s., from Auckland. - < New,.Piymouth,yApril at 5, a.mli Rmrawa,'s.s;; froni Onehunga. ' ;' I; BELIEVE ; ~:::^.''-.; : --:'-'--■ . THE FOLLOWING GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT TO BETTER ADVANTAGE AT : D ALTON'S:-^" ' ."' '. . . > '■'..' ' CRAVENETTE CLOAKS, any"style; 21/ to • 33/ c.,',",.;..-...: . x>i.. :'. .-'- ---• PALETOTOS, made, from" French and: English' Models, .25/ to £3 3/., ~;'.'.., ./.. .'. "..,''; '. COSTUMES, Tweeds, £2 2/.COSTUMES,' Tweed .'and , Faced Cloth, : £3, 3/, Made to Measure; 1 SKIRTS, Vienna or Tweeds, 21/, Superb Style. CUT THIS LIST:.OUT AND BRING IT : WITH YOU. w-e WILL ALLOW YOTJ" 1/ IN- THE £ -OF ANY OF THE ABOVE ARTICLES ON PRODUCTION OF. THIS :' LIST,. - ...... ~-. ■ - ,- J.H.DALTON, 276, Q BEBN S- TWHAT WE CAN DOv WE CAN MAKE.YOU A GOOD SUIT FOR • 50/ and give you an Extra Pair of Trousers. WHAf we cant do. WE CANNOT RUN 100 YARDS IN 5 SECONDS, or : SeU 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 ailo^ P-" i LADIES' DEPT., 276 AND 278, Q™ 1 ™ S- T- -...~,,.,..-... . ...... MO2 r» B M 6 V A ti NOTICE. •JTAPIEB AND gMITH. BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS; Have 'removed their Offices to SECURITY. BUILDINGS, QUEEN-sj-., NOS. 2, 5, 4. and 5, FIRST FLOOR ' M 461 •gXTRA Q.OOD -yALUE In TOLANKETS/ sfe R* ' ■-;; ■ ... And - ;- ■pLANNELS, ' : ...y. ~ At ( RUSHBROOK AND BRIDGMAN'S Imported Blankets, 5/11, 0/11, 13/6, 17/6, '« 19/6, to 27/6 pair \ . . N.Z. Blankets, 17/11, 19/6, 22/6, 25/6, 28/6, ( to 45/ :pair Warm Coloured Rugs,. 2/6, 2/11, 3/11, A/11, 5/6 each . Heavy Bush Rugs,, 7/11, 9/11, 12/6, 15/6, 1 18/6 each , : Large Size AU.' Wool N.Z. Rugs, 14/6 each Strong Colonial Flannel, BJd yard < All Wool N.Z.,Flannel,-White and Coloured, i . 1/, 1/3, 1/4J, ;l/6i, to 3/ yard : Special 31-incn N.Z. Flannel, 1/8 yard, us- ' nal price 2/2 yard ; N.Z. Plaidings, 1/9 and 1/11 yard Army-Grey Flannels 1 Navy Fireman's Flannel- -• DIRECT FROM THE LOOMS and SPECIAL VALUE, • : .'"■■""•: : ".m -'-~., ■ RUSHBROOK.AND BRIDGMAN'S ' ~ QUEEN-ST., ': OPPOSITE THE TOWN HALL SITE, i PREMISES .OPEN .ON SATURDAYS TILL 9 P.M. M 282 TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS. OURS • ARE TRUTHFUL BEDSTEADS; ....... that look .you straight in. the eye, because they know they ARE AS GbOD - AS THEY LOOK. ' ..... HONESTLY MADE ' THROUGH. AND . THROUGH,-and choicS not restricted. ' PRICES ATTRACTIVE. '' " MATTRESSES, -r DON'T PURCHASE AN OLD THING THAT lii, A' MATTRESS because it looks: like one.- Get one from a store vbu . can trust, .. . . * || '' -rj«lY QUR QOMBTNATIONS, "TJUCHESS pAIBS, nn :■•' 1? PTf.TTVTR IRONMONGER AND .. A- • ■*- X\XI3XJ2J, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER, y = KARANGAEAPE BOAS. ~_. '..'■-;: ..-.-..-' ..'.'" ..;.-. -..; M 262. S TS ""gJNORMOUS STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF - -rV-W^A'TOHES ; JUST LANDED In Ladles' and Gent, s Gold, Silver and '.• -' - : - : - Nickel,, guaranteed. ;OKEATES WATCHMAKERS, ~ 'Opp. .'Town Clock, Queen-st., Auckland. {'■ - -■-.'; ■■'-'■~-.:■; ■ ■ -. ■ -. ■• . . M 307. PROTEGT XOUB EYES ii With. Proper Glasses, well fitted by t- m pEACOCK & CjON, OPTICIANS, - 218, QUEEN-ST. SPECIALITIES: Commodious Rooms, Beat , Appliances, Ample Selection . of. Spectacles, i. ■•'"■ '"'-''" arid Accurate Fitting. : ME J. A. PBACOCK,yF.S.M.C, England, ~ has recently, returnedyfromj London,. where i he passed both'exams, of the Worshipful ' Company, of Spectacle Makers, in- Optics i and Practical Si'gtt Testing,:: with Hon- ; ours;' - '""'" ';:*' "' '. "" :■-■'■ - DRAW... YOUR ATTENTION . I , -OUa,QVQVINDOW,y,y r - Thereare Goods in it, the- - - ORDINARY PRICE OF WHICH " IS AS' HIGH AS : ; : : 16/6. : i-y 3 I =-Yet these are put in, with others of :., .- almost equal value, at 6 /q; each. You have a choice of Hundreds of articles. These goods are only .- to be seen, arid they, will poon -be snapped up.•-." 1 SEE THE WINDOW. ] SKEATES BROS. , , JEWELLERS," - " J" , y , - . .QUEEN-ST. ... p, - ■.'■ ■'' -' " -■'■"" ' '.' ■' M 307: -?" r '-.' ,; '':;]R 4 E!sß:.-p'OWDEi :, ' • ""■-.'- : " ' - : .. .'-' '■• '■'-- -""-■ ■/.-, .-..(-, •gJfAKDS noop poc-is.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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