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THE GEISHA, The Up-to-Date & Comfortable Tea and Luncheon Rooms, INVERCARGILL. ONE MINUTE FROM RAILWAY STATION. Luncheon from 12 till 2. You can rely on QUALITY and VARIETY, combined with Comfort and Civility at THE GEISHA. A Large Stock of Confectionery, jand all Fruits in Season. x:x;x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x;x:x;x:x:x:x:x;x:x; Proprietress— Mrs McIMATTY, ESK STREET (One Minute prom Railway Station). THE Southland Timber Co., Ltd. Sawmillers AND Timber Merchants ESK STREET. x:x:x:x:x:x: r x:x:x:x:x; We Lave on hand large stocks of BUILDING TIMBER (rough and dressed) in first and second class. SEND ALONG YOUR ORDER. J. HENSLEY, Manager. WE SELL BOOTS That are Honest Right Through. x:x:x:x;x:x:x:x:x; We don’t go in for fancy displays of plate fglass and other ornaments, or fancy statements about our Boots, to sell them ; they don’t require it. Shrewd persons —and most of our customers are of that class — look at the BOOT, not the box it is in. They want a Boot that Will fit, will wear welland keep its shape, at a reasonable figure. They get it at M'CURDY 'S—and come again. SAVE YOUR SPINE! Baokache and headache is often caused by the jar in much walking. For 9d we can supply you with a REVOLVING RUBBER HEEL that will prevent the jar and make walking a pleasure. Rope Sole Slippers, Underalls for Bowling. Note Address — John M'Curdy, SEE STREET, INVERCARGILL

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement

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