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PUBLIC NC (TICES. 8188- —SYSTEM—HI BE—PURCHASE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Messrs charts pbgg and oo. ( <lo not hesitate, to n»ikc the extraordinary claim for their Hire System that it is VA3TLY SUPERIOR to all othen-j, both as regards Value and the easy Rcjnymen ts, which are calculated on a Lower Interest B'rsis than any other house, HIRI *-S YSTEI A—HIRE—PUROHA SE OP MUSICi Jj INSTRUMENTS. - We readily recognise the ad vantages offer ;d by our rivals, because we were the flra to inf .reduce tho Hire System into New Zealand on exactly similar lines and, therefore, it is bat common fairness and justice that we should neap the benefits of our labor and expenditure, HIKE- •SYSTEM—HIRE—PURCHASE OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. When anything stands the test of time among a discriminating people it is pretty sure evidence of real worth and merit, and with 12 years’ experience and administration of the Hire System to guide us, we still justly claim to lead. HIBE-SYS'IIEM—HIRE—PURCHASE OP MUSKiAL INSTRUMENTS. —That wo perform all wo claim j is conclusively proved by the fact that those who regard us with tho greatest favor are those who havo dealt with us the longest, Our customers are our references. HIRE—SYSTEM—HIRE-PURCHASE OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ■"■ 'Wo shall be glad it buyers, when comparing our prices with those of other houses, will, at tho same time, also carefully compare the goods, in which case they will find that wo give more solid value for the prices we receive than can be obtained elsewhere. Pianos, such as we absolutely reject, con be, and are sold at much lower prices than cur importations'; but these are no test of valne, and lead to ultimate vexation and annoyance long before tho apparently easy payments have run ont. HIRE-SYSTEM—HIRE-PURCHASE OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. .... —The continued success and increasing popularity that has marked each alteration in our Hire System stamps it indelibly as the Safest and Cheapest Method of Purchasing (without the slightest publicity) Pianos, Harmoniums, and Organs, etc., etc., on that basis, HIRE-SYSTEM-HIRE-PURCHASE OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MESSRS CHARLES BBGG AND CO. competition with importers of inferior Pianos, many of which flood the market at times, and which may ba classed with cheap trash. Our motto is: “NvUi Secundus ” (“Second to none”), and we import Pianos and other Mnsical Instruments of good quality at a comparatively low price. We shall limit ourselves to a variety of English and German Pianos of bona fide manufacture, and shall endeavor, through carefulness as to the retention of their high standard quality, to retain that confidence and esteem which our past career and established reputation has already earned for us at the hands of our patrons, HIKE—SYSTEM-HIRE-PURCHASE OP MILITARY HAND INSTRUMENTS. —The time la not far distant when Bandsmen will more clearly see the necessity of purchasing only the best grade of Instruments. To be successful, a Band should be well equipped, and each Instrument should be in perfect tune. It is not requisite that the Instruments should be showy (a plain, brass instrument of good quality is worth hundreds of some of the miserable trash, which is often nickel plated), but a few more pounds spent at time of purchase will save ots of them after a short time. HIGHEST— GRADE—OF—EXCELLENCE AND LOWEST PRICES. REPAIRING AND TUNING DEPARTMENT. . i . ■ —Old Pianos, American Organs, Harmoniums, Violins, Accordions, and Wooden and Brass Instruments of every description Repaired and Tuned by men having a thorough theoretical and practical knowledge of the work Charges moderate, and satisfaction guaranteed, CHARLES BBGG AND CO., THE MUSIC WAREHOUSE “ Nulli Secundus ” (Second to None) 26 PRINCES STREET. DUNEDIN (21 Yeata Established

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889