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, DAINTY PURSES in fancy Leather at most reasonable prices make , acceptable gifts for the festive season. We place your friends’ initials on these in either gold or silver Free of Charge. We have a large choice and while our PRICES ARE LOW our value is “TOP.” LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street. ALL SORTS of delightful little articles suitable for Xmas and New Year Gifts. The day of expensive presents at this time of the year is pretty well gone for ever. For choice and value we are taking no points from anyone. We invite your inspection. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., ESK ST., INVERCARGILL. I am killing a fine lot of Young Fowls, Ducks, Geese, etc. Orders taken daily. Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, etc. All Goods delivered at Door any, days to suit purchaser. S. STEWART, POULTERER. TOP OF TAY STREET. NEW YEAR PRESENTS! FOR the home there ia nothing better than an up to date PHONOGRAPH. Goods now being opened out. and inspect. No one asked to buy. r| HE GOODS recommend themselves. THE Phonograph Supply Store, in THE ARCADE, Esk street, WAR! WAR! AT T. HIDE’S Fancy Goods Shop, Tay street A perfect Wonderland of Beautiful Glass and Chinaware, all the latest Designs in Fancy Good, a rhop full of Novelties, suitable presents for old and young, Picnic and Dress Baskets in plenty. For the children I have my shelves packed with all the latest in Toys and Dolls. Walk right in and see for yourselves. T, HIDE, mb t £p T INOSAY & CO. have a large supply I a of Pigs Trotters, also Boiled Ham, Fowls, Geese, and Ducks. LINDSAY AND CO., Next New Theatre, Tay Street. a! MITCHELL & CO. will sell by • auction in the Prince of Wales Yards on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29th, At 11 am. — 20 DRAUGHT and Light Horses 1 STATION Waggon, Dog Cart, Gigs, Spring Carts, e:o. On account Official Assignee—--2 EXPRESSES (1 covered), 2 Spring Carts (all fitted for rabbit carting) 50 BAGS Chaff, Empty Bags, 1 Wool Press and Sundries FOUND _ ON Window Sash at EKENSTEEN’S Variety Depot, the Burglar-Proof Sash Fastener, also Sash Silencer for rati ling windows, Door Fastener ; can fix open door to any angle. Lots of other Novelties too numerous for detail, all at bedrock prices. T. EKENSTEEN, (3 Doors from Mitchell’s sale yards). New Year Gifts. Those who intend to give New Year presents to husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, sweethearts, or friendb, and cannot afford such costly gifts as they, would desire to give, . will do well to pay a visit to the Arcade, and inspect the large and varied stock of Vases, Fern Pots, Bamboo Tables, Butters, Jams, Jugs (single and sets), Biscuit Barrels, Mirrors, Cuckoo Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Japanese Fire Screens, Shaving Mugs, China and Glass Ornaments, E. P. Trays, Papier Mache Ware, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Cruets, Teapots, Lamps, Pictures (framed and unframed). Purses and Handbags Dress Baskets, Pipes, Cigarette Holders, Match Boxes, Shaving Requisites, Fancy Soaps and Perfumes, Toys of all descriptions. Brooches, Chains, Pendants, Necklets, Bracelets, and other trinkets. Books, Stationery, and thousands of other things, pretty and useful, at PHILADELPHIA NOVELTY CO. ARCADE“TENAKOE, PAKEHA!”-You use Cock o’ the North Tea ? Very, very good. Plenty strong. Wahine like

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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