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To the Travelling Public Family iHotel, Esk street Invercargill. ~j S Now under the management of Miss MACKENZIE, And will be conducted on the same up-to-date lines as heretofore. MEALS TO SELT ILL TRAINS. , Hot and Cold Baths. Magnificent Dining Room Private Apartments. Sample Rooms, etc. RAILWAY PRIVATE HOTEL. HAVING secured the premises so long known as the R V 1 LWAY HOTEL, I desire to thank the public for past patronage, and to request a continuance of same in respect to my new place, which provides all the comforts of an up-to-da'e hostelry. Comfortable Comp-u tmerns & Beds Hot and Cold Baths. Excellent Table at regular hours, and Tea, Coffee, and Summer Drinks at any time. Open for business until after arrival of late express. Mrs C. Thomas, [Late of Supreme < ourt Hotel], Proprietress. TEMPI KAN* b HOTEL, BLUFF. MRS McINTYRE Pbopeibibess. M RS McINT Y RE begs to intimate to IVJL tourists and the travelling public generally that she is now thoroughly established in the above well known house, and ia prepared to cater for Boarders in the best style at MODERATE CHARGES. COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND EVERT CONVENIENCE. Mrs Mclntyre, PROPRIETRESS. Cricket Material. I HAVE a splendid assortment of CRICKET BATS opening this week—Wisden's, Crawford, Exceller, (specially selected), Shaw & Shrews-; bury’s, Duke’s, and Stuart Surridge.; ALL CRICKET NECESSARIES STOCKED. MATTING AT SPECIAL LOW RATES, All Bats Oiled and Faced before delivery. BATS FROM 10s TO 32s 6d EACffi SPECIAL CONCESSIONS TO. CLUBS. N. J. Keane NEWSAGENT, HAIRDRESSER,. TOBACCONIST, Dee Street.; THE POST OFFICE IS OPPOSITE^ -“RAVA” means choice or specially selected. Rava Tea is of excellent quality, and is most popular on account of its purity, fragrance, and strength. Try it. To be had from' J, S, BAXTER, Invercargill,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 42, 15 December 1906

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