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i \v Does not kink or burst IT LASTS FOR YEARS. Just try a Length and Judge Its Quality. Ash your Storekeeper for Dunlop Brand. THE DUNLOP RUBBER CO OF AUST. LTD. Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, “Brisbane, Perth & Christchurch.

A Change AFTER THIS DATE OUR ADDRESS WILL BE TAY STREET, Instead of Crescei fc. and we will be found in the offices, opposite the Courthouse, lately occupied by Messrs W. T. Murray &) Co. We ask our customers to note the new Home of COALBROOKDALE COAL, TAY ST., opposite Courts house. THE WESTPORT COAL CO., LTD. JAS. McMEEKIN, Branch Manager, Telephones 92 & 324. Offices, Tay & Liddel-ets. 1906, OCTOBER 25. 'J&dsson Phonograph THc G ME jr; trade. UnaTnaA.Q.&t'-i LOOKING fop: BAWD Far Vacation FUN & MUSIC You will Need an IMPROVED EDISON PHONOGRAPH, Which are within reach of everyone, as the Edison Phonographs have been reduced, and prices are as follows : Edison New Model GEM £3 Edison HOME £9 Edison STANDARD £6 Edison TRIUMPH £ls Edison’s Gold-moulded Records, 2s each. No allowance for quantities. AT THE Phonograph Supply Store, in THE ARCADE, Esk street, Invercargill, G.P.O. Box 205.

WEDDING CARDS In all the best designs, Tin-lined Cake Boxes, Ladies’ and Gents Visiting Cards, At Home Cards, Tour patronage solicited. JOHN WARD & 00. CREAMATOA THE NEW BREAKFAST FOOD

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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