UNICIPAI rpHBATRB. JANUARY 14th, 15. h & I6fch. A GUARANTEE. I guarantee to present to the Invercargill public on nest MONDAY EVENING, my original America at work AMERICA AT PLAY Picture Show, as presented in Sydney so successfully. I further agree to show Pictures, all of which are ENTIRELY NEW. I solicit your patronage on the first night, as I give an entire change on Wednesday. FREDERICK ANDREWS. Operator and Pictures arriving Monday, at the Bluff. Bessie Sutton, The LITTLE “ WINNER” will appear in NEW SONG NOVELTIES, Book early at the Dresden, PRICES—3s, 2s Is. FRED. ANDREWS, Manager. INVERCARGILL Annual Regatta. WEDNESDAY, 16th JAN., 1907. ROWING, SAILING, & SWIMMING. ORDER OF EVENTS : 1.30 p.m.— MAIDEN FOURS. 2 p.m.—JUNIOR FOURS. 2.30 pan.—MAIDEN PAIRS. 2.3 S—FIRST-CLASS YACHT RACE. 3.15 pan.—JUNIOR PAIRS. SENIOR SWIMMING. RACE, Trophies 3.30 pan.—SENIOR FOURS. 3.30 pan.—Boys’ FLATTY RACE ; Prize, trophies ; entry free. JUNIOR SWIMMING RACE Trophies 4.15 pan.—YOUTHS’ FOURS. Boys’ Swimming Race —Special Trophies 4.30 pan.—SENIOR PAIRS. 4.35 pan.—SAILING BOAT RACE. GREASY POLE ; post entry ; Prizes, trophies. DUCK HUNT ; post entry ; prizes, trophies. 5 pan.—SENIOR DOUBLE SCULLS. 5.30 pan. MAIDEN DOUBLE SCULLS. Entries close Saturday, JANUARY 12-th, 1907. J. N. BARNS, Secretary, P.O, Box 69, In’gill.
20 Acres Near Lumsden, with large dwelling FOR SALE. Suitable for blacksmith, Wheelwright and Carpenter, Easy Terms. W. B. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Corner Dee and Esk sts., Invercargill'
WAR! WAR! AT T. HIDE’S Fancy Goods Shop, T a y Btreeh 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. , HIDE, 6Ta \ A J T N EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. WEEK END HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS TO QUEENSTOWN. EXCURSION TICKETS to Queenstown will be issued at the undermentioned stations on 12th January, and each subsequent Saturday up to 30th March, available tor travelling to Queenstown by any train on day of issue, and for return from Queenstown on the following Monday, day, or Wednesday. From Ist class 2nd class Mataura Wyndham Edendale Woodlands Invercargill Bluff Commencing 10s Od 11s Gd lls Qd 12s Od 11s Od 12s Od 14th January, 6si 6d 7 s Gd 7 s Od 7 s 9d 7 s Od 8s Od and continuing until Ist April, an Excursion will be run from Queenstown to the Head of Lake Wakatipu on Mondays. For full particulars sve handbills, or enquire at stations. BY ORDER.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907
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