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MISS FYFE, j.« ** ** ** TAY STREET, ** •* ** ** I ** la now showing SPECIAL *• ** LINES IN BLOUSES, Silk & ** ** Linen from 6s 6d. »* ** Print and Muslin from 2s 6d. •* •* BOYS' TUNICS and GIRLS’ ** ** CRASH IDRESSES at Special ** ** Prices. ** ** River and Washing Sun Hats. ** ** FANCY WORK in all its ** ** Branches. ** *» *• «« «» «* •« *» *, ** ** «» M ## THE COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRESS-CUTTING. LADIES, learn how to make your own Costumes, Blouses, etc., and children’s garments to any style cho en. PATTERN-MAKING & TRIMMIMG SPECIALLY TAUGHT. DRESSMAKING IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. Miss Seed, STRANG’S BUILDINGS Corner Nith and Tay streets. A.C.M. Tea Rooms DEE STREET. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE ROOMS. The Finest in the Colony. Wedding and Presentation Parties catered for on the Premises. OUR SOCIAL ROOM COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES OVER 100 GUESTS. MILrAE’S a. C- M. Tea Rooms. Geisha Tea AND Luncheon Rooms ESK STREET. MRS McNATTY withes to intimate that she has engaged the services of a First-class Competent Baker And is now in a position to SUPPLY LATEST NOVELTIES —in— AFTERNOON CAKES, ETC., of Most Superior Quality. FRESH BUNS AND SCONES Will be made a SPECIALITY, and ONCE TRIED will ensure Regular Custom. Raeside’s Restaurant, ESK STREET, Known to be the most Up-to-Date in New Zealand, FOB ACCOMMODATION AND HIQH-CLAS3 PASTRY COOKING. 16 Mixed Cakes Is, large variety 6 Pies for Is My Cherry Cakes Is, worth 2s 8; :;i Co kies, rich with eggs, 24 for Is Bread v/./ Paten' &ei.vß are not equalled, 24 j for is. ; Dinner 1s» i STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM, | AND i CREAM C IKES WITH STRAWBERRIES I > Wedding Cakes a Specialty. { Three Storeys .£1 10s and upwards. | iiiasic Tuition, I SUBJECTS TAUGHT : ! Piano, Organ, Violin, Violoncello, Scientific Voice Production and Artistic Singing, Harmony, Counterpoint and Composition. CHILDREN CAREFULLY TRAINED. ADVANCED PUPILS PREPARED FOR THE PROFESSION. JOHN J. ZIMMER. Don st., 23rd January, 1906. CREAMATOA THE NEW BREAKFAST FOOD

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 41, 8 December 1906

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 41, 8 December 1906

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