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Absolute Perfection is impossible to find on this earth, but in our TAILORING DEPARTMENT We approach very closely to it. If you are at all sceptical on the point, COME & TRY US. You will have to pay nothing for the artistic touch and finish—you will only pay the usual price for a good Tailor-made Suit. To Make stylish Suits We have to have stylish Suitings, and on that point you will have no fault to find with, what f we will submit for your inspection. The out of sight Materials— Italian Canvas, Linen, Holland, &c., do not as a rule interest customers much, but they play a very important part, not only in keeping the garments in proper shape, but are also an important factor in their durability. We use no trimmings but what are eminently suitable for the materials being made up. Thomson and Beattie (Ltd)., INVERCARGILL, GORE & OTAUTAU

FOR Bargains Visit Masters’ CHEAP Corner Dee and Don Streets.; JA. MITCHELL AND CO. will sel a by auction at the Prince of WalesYards on SATURDAY, 29th JUNE, 1907, At 11 a.m. 25 DRAUGHT and Light Horses Clydesdale Stallion “ Lord Kitchner,’*' pedigree at sale. Single Buggy, Station Waggons, Harness etc. Hava tea may well t>© Styled thegreat family tea on account of high esteem in which it is held in families who constantly use it. Price Is 6d per pound ; 10 lbs for 13s 9d 4

S 9 ft Because for Repairs, Cycles or Phonographs, mam

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907

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