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Christmas PRESENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY No Christmas Present can give more lasting pleasure to the whole family than an Phonograph. It combines in one instrument an unlimited variety of Music and Fun : the Versatility is Unequalled. IT SINGS SONGS,. ANY KIND AND STYLE, SOLOS, DUETS, TRIOS, QUARTETTES, OR SEXTETTES, POPULAR, OPERATIC, OR SACRED MUSIC. IT RENDERS INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC SO PERFECTLY THAT YOU IMAGINE THAT THE ORIGINAL INSTRUMENT OR BAND IS BEING PLAITED IN THE ROOM. IT TELLS FUNNY STORIES, THE EQUAL OF THE BEST MONOLOGUES OF THE VAUDEVILLE STAGE. IT ENTERTAINS CHILDREN AS WELL AS ADULTS ; A BOON TO MOTHERS. THE CHILDREN WILL LISTEN T\o THE PHONOGRAPH WITH RAPT ATTENTION FOR HOURS. IT ENTERTAINS VISITORS OR SICK PEOPLE. UNEXPECTED VISITORS CAN BE DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED BY THE PHONOGRAPH, AND IT CHEERS THE INVALID. IT PROVIDES MUSIC FOR DANGJXG—TIIE RECORDS ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR THIS PURPOSE. LEARN TO DANCE IN PRIVATE, OR TEACH YOUR CHILDREN AT HOME. IT RECORDS VOICES AND INSTRUMENTS. YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS CAN RECITE, SING, OR PLAY TO THE PHONOGRAPH, AND THUS MAKE A PERMANENT RECORD FOR FUTURE PRODUCTION. The Improved Edison Phonograph & Edison Gold-Moulded Records Provide Clear, Sweet-toned & natural Reproductions ol sound. Call at the Phonograph Supply Store, THE ARCADE, INVERCARGILL, And be convinced of its Entertaining Qualities.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 43, 22 December 1906, Supplement

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