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POST CARDS. 3,651,02-7 POST CARDS passed through the N.Z. Post Office last year. An increase of 1, over the previous year. LYON & GO. Are doing a Tremendous Trade _in CARDS. They are making a specialty of the line, well knowing that the picture postcard business has unquestionably come to stay. McKAY BROTHERS will sell in the EXCHANGE Sale Rooms Esk-st to-day (SATURDAY) as unde' 12 noon—l first-class cow, cal red a few days. 12.30 p.m.—Sale of XMAS POULTRY! A splendid entry of Fowls, Ducks, Geese, and Turkeys. Sale will start promptly. 1 p.m.—Pigs. 1.80 p.m.—lo Bags small Potatoes, Wheat, Oats, Black Currants, Goose berries. Furniture and General Goods, including 10 Gents’ new Bikes 2 p.m.—3 Cases of Travellers Samples, comprising choice Selection of Xmas novelties and drapery. TO-DAY (SATURDAY), At 12.30. WEEKLY MARKET, WM TODD AND CO. hold their weekly market in Rialto— XMAS POULTRY', consisting of Turkeys, geese, ducks, fowls. PIG S. 2 COWS, Calves. Iron Tanks, G.L Tanks, Express, Windlass, Wire Rope. 25 Bags Potatoes, 13 Bag's Wheat. 1 Set S.C. Harness, 1 Sot Gig Harness, Buggy Whips, Buggy Lamps. FURNITURE, comprising Chests of Drawers, D.T. Bedsteads, Wardrobe, Iron Cots, Tables, Chairs, Dining Tables, Hall Stand, Suite Furniture, Leather Chair, Suite Furniture, Kapok Beds, Pictures-. PIANO, ORGAN. 2 Gents’ Bicycles, Bicycle /Fittings, Silver Brooches, Dolls, Fancy G oods, etc., etc. Another attempt is to be made to recover the treasure lost in the steamer Elingamite some years ago.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906

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