Ever Rising in Popularity BENTHAM’S 3 oz. HATS See that your next Hat bears this brand. Sizes to tit all heads. IT STANDS FOR Comfort Style, and Durability. PRICES ; 8s 6d, 10s 6d. 0 V V $ I 55# Every Hat made in England of pure Fur Felt, & hand-finished by Expert British - - workmen. Guaranteed to retain their colour in any climate. ONLY PROCURABLE BENTHAM’S. Dee street, Invercargill, AND 77-79, GEGRGE STREET, DUCEDIN'. The Largest Direct Importers in the Colony of GENTLEMEN’S HATS. Caledonian Society of Southland. Grand Annual Gathering & Games. TO BE HELD IN THE Queen’s Park, On Ist JANUARY, 1907. £250 given in Prizes Garrison & Pipe Bands in attendance. All Entries with Eees must be made with the Secretary not later than 27th Dec., 1906. All Outgoing Trains Delayed. A Grand Dramatic Entertainment Will be given under the auspices ol the Society in the New Municipal Theatre on the evening of sports, by the famous SAVIERI DRAMATIC CO who will produce the stirring National Drama, ‘JESSIE BROWN, OR THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. ' A Laro-e Sum devoted to Children’s Races during the day. Magnificent Scenery and Effects Gate trains after the performance. JOHN MACGREGOR, Secretary D. A. MITCHELL, Treasurer.
Blackstone Kerosene OH Engines Suitable for all Purposes These engines have proved themselves the leading engines in the market. The agents can refer with pleasure to numerous testimonials they have received Irom clients in Southland. Lawrence-Kennedy-Gillies MILKING MACHINES. The NUMEROUS number of plants in IST.Z. proves this machine a thorough success. The agents are prepared to give any trial, also to sign an in-, demnity that the machines will not in any way damage the cows. The following testimonials from two well-known Southland residents' speak fox themselves. .. . , Woodlands, 1 1 th December, 1900. Messrs J. E. Watson and Co., Ltd., Invercargill. Dear Sirs,—l have pleasure in stating that the L..K.-G. Milking Plant lately fitted up for me has given me every satisfaction. Though new at the work, no trouble of any kind has been experienced, and two hands now do the work that would require four in hand-milking. I find’ the cows take very kindly to the machines, and chew the cud during milking. I consider anyone milking a number of cows- should go in for machines, and I would recommend the Lawrence-Kennedy-Gillies.—Yours faithfully, JOHN McKENZIE. Seaward Downs, 18th December, 1900Messrs J. E. Watson and Co., Ltd., Invercargill. Dear Sirs,—ln reference to the Lawrence-Kennedy-Gillies Milking Machines, which I have been working for the last 21 months, these have given me every satisfaction. The machines are a great saving in labour, and are easily cleaned. In consequence’of the ‘engine havinc a slight breakdown, I had to milk the cows by hand for about a week, and found that having - milked with the machines made no difference to the cows letting milk down when going back to hand. This is ample proof that machines do not injure cows in any way.—Yours faithfully, J, E. WATSON & CO., Ltd., AGENTS FOR SOUTHLAND. 'Also Sole Agents for P. &J D. Duncan, Ltd.’s High-class Implements!— Including Drills, Cultivators, Disc Harrows, Ploughs, Wind-mills, Tine *Sd Chain Harrows, Rollers', etc., and AGENTS HOP — BALTIC CREAM SEPARATORS.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement
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