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Things We Wonder at ? Why light passes through such a dense substance as glass, hut fails to crawl through such a porous' substance as a sponge. Why the Missis* sappi in its course forces its waters up a. perpendicular height of four miles. Why, when we want to borrow a "liver,” all our friends are penniless. Why there are no drinking fountains in a prohibition town like Invercargill. Why everything in the shape of plain and fancy Glassand Chinaware, Accordeons, Mouth Organs. Klee trie Pocket Lamps, Mechanical, Pn .-lunatic and other Toys, Smoking, Shaving-, and Toilet Requisites, Plain and Fancy Stationery, Fountain and Other Pens, Brooches, Pendants. Scarf Pins, Trinkets of all Description. Pictures, Books, Picture and Photo Frames, Post Card and Photo Albums. Post Cards and Birth day Cards, Glove Boxes, and thous* ands of other things can be sold at SUCH MARVELLOUSLY LOW PRICKS AT PHILADELPHIA NOVELTY CO. Arcade "KIA-ORA ! Ehoa !”—Have you tried Honda! Lanka Tea ? Plenty taste, plenty quality ; not much price Cock o’ the North.

NEW SONGS IN OUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT. New Piano Pieces, the Latest Dance Music, the finest quality Violin Strings, Fittings for all Instruments. A large Selection of Books of Music splendid value. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO.. Music Sellers & g mb I'resden Piano Co. Esk Street.

clrflll’s Mercery, the latest 4k Best

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 46, 12 January 1907

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