TO CYCLISTS '™ t ? v ?E ki3j Fortunately we anticipated the Phenomenal Run this year on our PHOENIX BICYCLES, AT £ll AND £l6, And can supply any mode! on specifications. The success is earned by supplying a REALLY FIRST-GLASS 'MAGBINE AT A VERY LOW We were the first to have our own Bicycles built specially to suit the district, and the Modern Phoenix is the result of long experience. We sell more every year. You may arrange to pay for one by instalments. Beat Tyres and Fittings. Signed Guarantee, We will be pleased to answer your inquiries, show you machines, or send catalogue. R. MURIE, Phoenix Cycle Depot, PRINCE OF WALES BUILDINGS, DEE STREET,
Wedding Presents. Our pride is the quality of Goods we are selling. Not a complaint has reached us. On the contrary, oqr name is never mentioned but to praise it. We shall be glad to receive your order for any of the Goods here shown, or send you our Illustrated Catalogue Post Free. G3l67.—Silver plated Scuttle, 32/6 Other designs, 14 3 21,'- 22/6 27/6 30/ 35/m Sterling Silver Vase*, accordin to s’zo, 7/6 8/6 10/6 12/6 15/6 18/6 21/izc Teapot, 30/- 35/Fl2s2.— Silver pu.ti cl Full 18 6 Other dosijrns at 21- 25; X 1112 U.— Silver-plated and Cut Glass Breakfast Cruet, 15/6 Others at 10 6 116 12 6 14/6 18/6 21 25/Write for a Copy to-day. F2B7^—Silver-plated “Apple” Jam Pish and Spoon. 11/6 Other designs at all prices. G429l.—Silver-plated Hot Water Kettle and Stand, £4/10Others at 40/- 45/- 60/-, 70/- 80/E 9417. —Silver-plated Tea Infuser, 4/6 Others at 4/- and 6/6 STEWART DAWSON & CO., Jewellers, Corner Princes & Dowling Streets, DUNEDIN*
T- CROCKET GENERAL AGENT, Bluff, HAS several CHOICE BUILDING SITES EOS SALE. Agent for Royal Insurance Company. BENTS COLLECTED. STEWART ISLAND. 7-roomed house, bath, copper, etc., orchard, with 20 acres partly cleared, £750. Terms. A Bargain. It is false economy to buy “cheapo Tea ; it’s "cheap” because -"rubUse HONDAI-LANKA, quality, value !
To the Travelling Public Family iHotel, Esk street Invercargill. 1 S How under the management of Miss MACKENZIE, And will be conducted on the same up-to-date lines as heretofore. , MEALS TO SUIT ALL TRAINS. Hot and Cold Bathe. Magnificent Dining Room. Private Apartments. Sample Rooms, etc IT LOOKS GOOD I No tea dust or sticks in ‘-‘Cock o’ the North” tea —it’s delicious !
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907
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