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gOOES, Stationery, Newspapers & Magazines, Bookbinding, Music & Musical Instruments. The above are the lines we make a specialty of, and we claim that we DO THEM WELL. ■wk. OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT is a large one, and contains the Principal Standard, Works ; also the popular novels of the day. NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES.—We have an extensive connection in these, and can quote such reasonable rates that you will see no points in sending for them yourselves. We supply smartly, and pride ourselves on giving- satisfaction. Lists forwarded on application. STATIONERY.—ExceIIent Value in 6d and Is Boxes of Notepaper and Envelopes, Inkstands Leather Writing Cases, Law Stationery, School Stationery, Paper Knives, Account books of all Kinds. BOOKBINDING.—Your loose Magazines turned into handsome volumes for a shilling or two. We bind anything that can be bound. OUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT is very complete and up-to-date. We receive regular supplies of the latest (Popular Songs, Piano Pieces, Violin Solos, etc., etc. AGENTS FOR DRESDEN PIANO COMPANY. PLEASE NOTE -w OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST RULING. Liliicrap,p McNaughton & Co., ESK STREET, INVERCARGILL.

Raeside’s Restaurant, EBK STREET, Known to be the most Up-to-Date in New Zealand; FOS ACCOMMODATION AND HIGH-CLASS PASTRY COOKING. 16 Mised Cakes la, large variety 6 Pies for la My Cherry Cakes Is, Worth 2s Scotch. Cookies, rich with eggs, 24 for Is Delicious Tea Bread My Patent Scones are not equalled, 24 for Is. Afternoon Tea. Dinner Is. STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM, AND CREAM CAKIS WITH STRAWBBBRIB Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Three Storeys =£l 10s and upwards. A.C.M. Tea Rooms DEE STREET. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE ROOMS. The Finest in the Colony. Wedding and Presentation Parties catered for on the Premises. OUR SOCIAL ROOM COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES OVER 100 GUESTS. miliTae’s a. C. M. Tea BoomsGeisha Tea. AND Luncheon Rooms BSK STREET. MRS McNATTY wishes to intima that she has engaged the services of First-class Competent Baker And is now in a position to SUPPLY LATEST NOVELTIES —in— AFTERNOON CAKES, ETC., of Most Superior Quality. FRESH BUNS AND SCONES Will be made a SPECIALITY, and ONCE TRIED will ensure Regular Custom. THE COLUMBIA SCHOOL OP DRESS-CUTTING. LADIES, learn how to make your own Costumes, Blouses, etc., and children’s garments to any style chosen. PATTERN-MAKING & TRIMMIMG SPECIALLY TAUGHT. DRESSMAKING IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE. Miss Seed, STRANG’S BUILDINGS Corner Nith and Tay streets. ' The Oswestry Grange is bringing 265 immigrants for New Zealand. The majority are a good class of tradesmen.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907

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