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Professional Directory AND HAGGITT, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, Esk street, Invercargill. MOREY TO LENDACALISTBE BROS., Barristers and Solicitors, Esk St., Invercargill, Money to lend. rjl M. MACDONALD & SONS, Barristers and Solicitors, Esk St., Invercargill. STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY Eire and Marine, also Fidelity Guarantee. Henderson & Batger, Agents, Bee si jyj'ACALISTER ani CO. (j. j. Hisie .s) Pharmaceutical Chemists, Invercargill. Telephone 90. P.O. Box 120. See Advertisement. Q CRAY. Music Rooms South British Chambers, Esk Street. MUSIC ROOMS OYER WESNEY BROS, DEE STREET R. A. Edwards, IJIEACHBB OF VIOLIN AND PIANO. Orchestra for Balls and Parties., Pupils pre pared for Practical and Theoretical Exams, leaching personally or by correspondence. TEEMS &c., at STUDIO, DEE STREET. A K fJYHOMPSON, Teacher of Singing and Voice" Production, Crescent. Pupils prepare! for Examination. Breathing a Speciality. E. Marshall (M.A. A. Edinburgh), Architect & Building. Surveyor (Upstairs G. Lumsden’s Buildings) Dee Street, Invercargill. J. D. MITCHiU-LL. SURGEON DENTIST, Alexandra buildings, Corner Dee & Don streets. Hours of Consultation —9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., end 7 to 8 p m. P.O. Box 232 Telephone 872. M ON E Y T 0 J^END At 4| per Cent. C. S. Longust, SOLICITOR, INVERCARGILL. J. Davis & Co., BYERS, CLEANERS, & RENOVATORS Dee St,, Invercargill. Suits dyed and pressed ... 'B3 6d Suits cleaned and pressed ... os Od i dyed ... ... 7s Od ... ... 4s 6d Skirts cleaned ' ... 2s 8d Feathers cleaned, dyed, and curled. Kid Gloves, Shoes, and Lodge Aprons cleaned and dressed. REPAIRS neatly executed at Lowest Possible Rates. WANTED the PUBLIC OF INVEH CARGILL to call at Martin’s Coal Ree LIDDEL STREET For Coalbrookdale, or Westport Coal, landed, also A 1 Newcastle, Kaitangata, Nightcaps Coal and Nuts, Best Brunner Coal for Blacksmiths, Mataura Lignite always in slock. Ironwcod on hand. Dry Black Pine, Manuka, Birch, Mixed Woods and Slabs, 2ft and 9in Blocks at CURRENT RATES. Furniture packed and moved, Town 01 Country, by experienced lorrymen. Agent» for the N.Z. and Colonial Carrying Co Agents verywhere, I beg to intimate to the General Publi. that I have leased the offices in Esk street lately occupied by C. W. Brown. Being more convenient, I hope to merit a fair ehare of public support. Note the new address — _____ 1 Wm. Martin, COAL AND FIREWOOD MERCHANT AND CARTAGE CONTRACTOR Esk Street.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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