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Buy your WATCHES, JEWELLERY, and SILVERWARE From Stewart Dawson’s, / G2792.—18ct. Gold Diamond and Emerald Ring, £B/3/E2448.—90t. Gold Bird and Amethyst Brooch, 15/6 F1631-—9ctw Gold Brooch, set with Diamonds and Sapphire, 25/1 E3004.—9ct. Gold Bar Brooch, 8/6 Smaller size, 6/6 Any Name engraved, 1/- extra. F3804A. —9ct. Gold Pin Charm, 5/6 Gold Mounted Tusk Brooches, various designs, 17/6 18/6 25/F3094.—9ct. Solid Gold Cross, 18/6 Others at 9/6 12/6 18/6 25/- 30/WHERE You can rely upon getting the very best value. WHERE There is no . . subtifuge. WHERE Everything is marked in plain figures at lowest cash prices. WHERE A child can buy at the same price as a man with ten thousand a year; and a country customer is as well treated as a city one. CATALOGUES SENT FREE. STEWART DAWSON & Co.\ * Jewellers, \ Princes & Dowling Streets, DUINE2DIIV.

TO CYCLISTS (ORT^^ CICLISTS) Fortunately we anticipated the Phenomenal Run this year on our AT £ll AND £l6, And can supply any model on specifications. The success is earned by supplying a REALLY FIRST-CLASS MACHINE AT A VERY LOW" PRICE. We were lha first to have our own Bicycles built specially to suit the district, and the Modem Phoenix is tha result of long experience. We sell more every You may arrange to pay for one by instalments. Best Tyres and Fittings. Signed Guarantee. We will be pleased to answer your inquiries, show you machines, or send catalogue. PHOENIX R. MURIE, Phoenix Cycle Depot, PRINCE OP WALES BUILDINGS, DEE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907

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