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TOBACCO Will Please Every Smoker. FULL STRENGTH for the vigorous, out=of=door man who wants a strong, well-flavoured smoke. MILD DERBY—a Special Blend—particularly suitable for the many smokers who are looking for a tobacco that is not too strong nor yet too mild, but just the Happy Medium. Plugs or 2oz. Tins. Save your Mild Derby tags and seals and Oolden Eagle 2oz. tin seals in order to share the great new free (lift Scheme. Particulars will be advertised later.

BAGPIPES. Bagpipes. We have just landed further supplies of tha favourite Macdougall Pipes. Chanters, Bags, and Reeds of all kinds. Try the Special Reeds from A. Lawrie. London Piano Coy 43 GEORGE ST., DUNE DIN. KAILWAY HOTEL. (Opposite Balclutha Railway Station.) John G. Paterson, PROPRIETOR. Having Leased the above well-known HouSe, 1 trust by paying strict attention to the Wants of the Travelling Public to merit a fair share of support. Refreshments cam be obtained at all hours. Passengers by Trains can get Tea, Coffee, and Refreshments at a minute's notice. Permanent Boarders as per arrangement. Good Stabling. Horses and Vehicles on Hire. Trial Respectfully Solicited. (Card.) E. J. BOYD, Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent*, Produce Sale Every Friday. Crown Lfivery and Bait Stables, M. LcSTON, lon# and well-known in connection with the Railway and Farmers' Arms Stables, lias now taken over the large and well equipped Crown Stables, in; Clyde Street. DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGIES. SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES. Always on Hire. Drag for Cricketers, Picnic, and other Carriage for Marriage Parties, Large outings. Travellers' Samples attended to. All Charges Moderate. > Cab meeti all Train*. M. LISTON, CAbwH STABLES. ; MIMRTBAi

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Clutha Leader, Volume XXXVII, Issue 53, 6 January 1911

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Clutha Leader, Volume XXXVII, Issue 53, 6 January 1911

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