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McKAY BROTHERS will sell In the EXCHANGE Sale Booms Esk-st, to-day (SATURDAY) as under—--12 noon—C'ows. 12.30 p.m.—Poultry. 12.45 p.m.—Pigs. 1.30 p.m.—Bo Shoots Gal. Iron. Trap and Harness. Covered Express, Potatoes, Wheat, Oats. Plums, Apples. Pears. Peaches, etc. 2 p.m.—24 Pot Plants (mostly fuchrias), Furniture ami Effects, including 8 New Pianos, 2 Suites Furniture, CheiTonier. Brass Bound Bedsteads (just landed), Duchess© Ghosts, Washstand. Chest Drawers, Hosiery, etc. TO-DAY (SATURDAY), At 12.30. WEEKLY MARKET. WM TODD AND CO. hold their weekly market in Er’a'to— PIGS, POULTRY, Butcher’s Cart. Rustic Cart, Hand Cart, SO Sheets G. Iron, Timber, G, I. Tank and Stand, 2 Sets of Buggy Harness, Saddle Bridle. Canvas Boat, Set Fanners, OOhaffcutter. Spray Pumps, Rabbit Traps 10 Bags Barley, 10 Bags Onions, Mill Seeds, Suite Furniture, Large • Overmantel, Secondhand Piano, D. : I. Bedstead and Spring Mat tresis. Dining Table, Ship’s Model, Lamps Verandah Blinds, Crockery, Men’s Shirts, Pants. Rugs, etc., etc. Arcade Boot Shop OUR business is increasing daily. Wav ? Because we give solid value in Boots and Shoes, and the people come back to us satisfied. Our I2s 6d Balmoral is exceptional value ; Ladies’ Shoes 7s lid ; Girl’s Boots from 6s ; Children’s from 2s 6d. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY*. McConechy and Co. POSTCARDS! POSTCARDS ! WE 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, FOR BALE. $ New 5-roomed House, with freehold section —£425 Full k acre freehold section in town—<£lso 10 acres good land with bouse, stable, byre, &c , crop of oats and potatoes given in—.£4so. Several good freehold sections just outside town boundary—cheap. T. F. Macdonald, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, NEXT ARCADE, Esk Street. Fire Insurance. Accident Insurance, Money to Lend. Loans Negotiated This promises to Ix 3 a great season, for rabbits. In some places in the Western district and on the outskirts of the bush about Orepuki they are swarming, and trappers are looking forward to big takes. The petition from Invercargill drapers' In favour of a return to ten o’clootk as the closing hour on Saix urday nights has been referred to the Minister of Labour^ IT LOOKS GOOD ! No tea dust or sticks in “Cock o’ the North” tea :—it’s delicious !

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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