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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 shop full of Novelties, suitable presents for old and young, Picnic and Dress Baskets in plenty. Full stock of Diaries and Calendars for 1907. T, HIDE, STREET "jjiwYEAR ATTRACTIONS. Operatic Music every evening at COVENT GARDEN Tea Rooms, corner of DEE and DON STS., opposite Glasgow Butchery. Strawberries and Cream. Raspberries and Cream. Fruit Salads, etc. Jain ! Jain ! JAM Jars and P;eserve Bottles at Lowest Prices at NOBLE’S, opposite Club Hotel, Dee street. DIARIES for 1907. Purchase these now at HOBLE ’S FANCY GOODS SHOP, Dee street. TENDERS are invited up till 4 p.m. of WEDNESDAY, the 16th January, 1907, for the ERECTION in BRICE: of PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at Waianiwa Plans and specifications to be seen at my office, where tenders will be received. R. MARSHALL, M.A.A.E , Architect. Dee street, Invercargill. Jam Jars. PRESERVING Jars, Jam Labels, Brass Preserving Pans, Large Assortment of Enamel and Crockery ware, all at Lowest Prices, J. T. GIBSON.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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