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MISCELLANEOUS. East Invercargill—£ acre (nearly) in Jackson st., running through to Ritchie st. Price £IOO cheap. One acre, wirh 5 room house, at Kennington—£los. General storekeeper’s business with billiard room and hairdressing saloon. Stock at yaluation ; rent 30s week, includes dwell ing Saddler’s and horse cover maker’s business; small house and shop, freehold, township, plenty of work available ; terms for freehold. 50 Acres, Awarua Plains, fenced ; £lO J no house. Winton —Six room house , acre section a comfortable residence; £260. Terms. An ideal sea fide residence (freehold) consisting of 19 acres, divide 1 into eight paddocks., six acres under cultivation, seven r oom dwelling, 8-stall cowbyre, and other o utbuildings, for sale at Golac Bay. CAMPBELLTOWN. Sections 32,33, 34, 36, Green’s subdivision NEAR LUMSDEN.—2O acres, Holmsdale, near Castlerock, large House, suitable for a store or accommodation house, stable and loose box, with three acres land. Would be suitable for blacksmith, as settlement is in creasing in the locality. MOSSBURN. FOR SALE—Mrs Paterson’s half acre one land in township, near Post Office, with four room house and small stable, FARMS. 4£ Acres, off Scott street, South Invercargill, with 4 room House ani scullery £2so—quite a bargain. Mossburn, 320 acres, 10 paddocks, 6-room house, stable, chaff house, barn—£4 10s an acre. Forest Hill, 650 acres, 6 room house - stable, barn, byre, sheds, £3 acre Mokocua, 42 acres, bouse, £65. 47 Acres, Waimatuku,with hut, 17 acresin crop, work available in district, £7 10s acre 240 Acres, Morton Mains, 4-room house. 4-stall stable, £5 10s an acre. Gummies Bush District, 4 of 972 acres, 500 acres, 200 acres; and 153 acres. All good land. 192 Acres, one mile from school and post offce, 3 miles from creamery, 49 acres turnips, 40 acres new grass, 20 acres stubble, 30 acres old grass, 4 room house, 5 stall stable, barn, and other buildings Wilson’s Crossing, 80 acres, with2 roomhouse, small stable, 3 paddocks English grass, one paddock tussock, £3 an acr e. Rivebton—Section 1, Block XV, with 7-room house and scullery. Section 28, Block 15, with workshop and cowshed, easy terms PASSAGES to London, Europe, America and elsewhere. THOMAS COOK & SON issue passages by the F. & O. Line from New Zealand to London from £39 to £73 ; by the Orient Line from £l6 16s to £73 ; by the North German Line, £ls 15s to £6O French Line, Ist class to £73 ; Vancouver Line £3O 5s to £74; ’Frisco Line £35 7s 6d to £77 ; Torres Straits, Batavia Singapore Line, £22 to £6O ; Aberdeen Line, via Durban and Cape Town, from £l7 6s to £56 10s ; Direct Lines, via Cape Horn, Monte Video, Teneriffe, from £l7 6a to £63 16s. Passengers booked to any part of Asia, Africa, and America, where ships railways, or coacbes ply. Send for Thomas Cook and Son’s Shipping List with map (free)

For farther particulars apply to W. 3. Soaudrett, LAND AGENT, CORNER DEB AND ESK STREET INVERCARGILL. Agent in Southland for — REUTER’S TELEGRAM COY., Ltd. Cablegrams and Money remitted to Horn# and Foreign Countries at Lowest Rates by Cable. Cook’s Tourist and Shipping Office, THE NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE INSURANCE COMPANY. OCEAN ACCIDENT & GUARANTEE CORPORATION COMPANY Insures Farmers, Builders, Contractors Manufacturers, and others against claims from accidents to their workmen at lowest rates known. Citizen Life Assurance Company. Obtains loans on Froeuoide at 4r*, 5, and per cent., according ta amount of loan.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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