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ART STUDIO, ESK STREET, (OPPOSITE POST OFFICE). MISS J. TODD, (holder of Certificate South Kensington. London), will reeume her classes in DtiAWING and PAINTING cn Tuesday, sth February. __ HISTORY OF THE BESSES O’ THE BARK BAND. A few copies left —Is each. Musical instruments of all kinds. Splendid selection of mouth organs' — all the best Brands. A new shipment just opened out. Accordeons, Flutes, Violins, Mandolines, etc. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street. INDESTRUCTIBLE Oyster Knives 9d each, Spectacles Is, Mouse Traps 6d, Wire Taps 6d, Box Stationery 6d, and lots of other lines at bedrock prices. EKBNSTEENS’ Variety Depot. POSTCARDS! POSTCARDS ! W r E have just opened a fresh supply of all the latest CARDS. Our Show is immense—nothing like it in town. Call and inspect—you will not be pressed to buy at NOBLE & CO.’S FANCY GOODS DEPOT, Dee street, Invercargill T, HIDE’S, siSiSr. Is the place to buy Crockery, Glass, Enamel Ware, and Plated Goods. The latest in Hair Pads, Combs, and all sorts of Toilet Requisites. Plenty of games for the long evenings. Brig’gs’ Transfers, and Fancy Cotton and Toys and Dobs of all Description. All school requisites Stationery, Papers, Magazines, and Sixpenny Novels all at LOWEST PRICES. \TOLTX STRINGS OF REEiABEE QUALITY. Our Violin Strings are not cheap in quality although they are in. price. We receive regular parcels per parcel post. They aro therefore always fresh. Those in the "know” are aware that this is the main point. Try them. PRICES 6d, 9d, Is. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & GO., Esk Street.;

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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