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You Like Smart Clothes Kaiapoi Tweed Suits : 35s €3cL Saddle Tweed Suits : 425 s 6dL Dominion Suits 65s Saddle Tweed Trousers ; 12s 6d Every man likes smart clothes. But every man does not fmd it convenient to pay Five Pounds for every suit he has. If it is convenient for you to do it, we strongly urge you to see our Suit-to-Order specialist, Mr Bell. If it is not convenient, we just, as strongly urge you to tee our Ready-to-wear specialist, Mr Hastie. Mr i Has tie has his own ideas of correct linish and style. He insists on the factory making stilts just as he wants them—not as they want them. They are made to lit men of many moulds. They are made with the view to fit YOU as perfectly as a tailor could do it. They at'e made with all the finish and effect of a suit made by a tailor’s highly-paid hands. They are made from just the same class of material, and lined and pocketed in just the same way. We strongly recommend our DOMINION SUIT as combining all the i virtues a suit should have. The Price is £3 5s CM. Or our Saddle Tweed Suit- A suit the toughest of constitutions. The Price is £2 2s 6d. THOMSON & HEATTIE (Ltd).

Our Guarantee Goes with every Cycle we sell, and our reputation for honest work is worth something to you—H. A* LADBROOK» Ta^-St

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 29, 9 November 1907

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 29, 9 November 1907

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