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Have you seen the Railway Train IN Masters’ window? IT MEANS IP YOU SPEND £3.0 Masters’ WILL GIVE YOU 30s 9d in cash AS DISCOUNT, OR A FREE RETURN" RAILWAY TICKET TO CHRISTCHURCH EXHIBITION. THE S.S. "THERESA WARD" WILL leave Bluff Wharf (weather and other circumstances permitting') for Half Moon Bay, Stewart! Island, on arrival of train leaving Invercargill at' 9.10 a-m. every Wednesday and Saturday, commencing Wednesday, 19th December, returning same day, until Wednesday, 13th February, 1907. SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES. Holiday Excursion tickets) will be issued up to Wednesday, 13th February, available for return up to Wednesday, 20th February, at the following fares ;—Single 3s 6d, return ss. Family return Tickets will be issued at the Harbour Board Office only. Fares to carry four, 15s ; five, 18s ; six, 21s ; seven, 23s 6d ; eight, 26s ; nine, 28s- ; ten, 30s. These Tickets will not be issued on the steamer. Goods. —10s per ton. N.B.—Freight must be prepaid on goods shipped to Stewart Island. Freight on goods landed at Bluff must be paid when delivery is given. Goods for ship-* mont must arrive at Bluff by 1.45 p.m. train on previous day. GEO. R. GEORGE, Secretary, Bluff Harbour Board. Manures. Manures Manures. HAVING accepted the Agency from Messrs Kempthorne, Prosser and Co. for their SPECIAL MANURES for Potatoes, Mangolds, Turnips, Grain and Garden Seeds of all sorts, we can supply in any quantity. SAMPLES W TESTIMONIALS AT OUR OFFICE, INVERCARGILL. j. A. MITCHELL & Co. P.S. —As these Manures have stood the test for over 30 years, farmers need have no hesitation in giving them a trial. —J. A. M. & Co. CREAMATOA THE NEW BREAKFAST FOOD

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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