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MOUTH ORGANS. A New Tot .Just Opened. The Chimewood, Rob Roy, Vest Pocket, Coon Band, King Edward, The Regal, Emerald Isle, United Empire, Stoway, Queen Alexandra, etc., etc. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & C 0. 4 Agents “ Bobm ” Pianos. OLD TIMES, OLD FRIENDS, OLD MANNERS, OLD BOOKS, OLD WINE. —— Most people, broadly speaking,rightly prize and praise these things. It is a very natural and healthy sentiment, and one that we hope may live long. Still, very few people are influenced by this sentimental love for old things l when choosing a present for a friend, an ornament to beautify the home, a toy for a child, a game for pastime, or an article of domestic utility. They want the newest, the brightest, the best, and (This is very naturally in a Scottish communi tv) the CHEAPEST THAT THEY CAN PROCURE. That is why most people come to us when they want useful and ornamental Glass and CViinaware. Toys, Clocks, Games, Puzzles, Accordeons, Mouth Organs, Stationery, Shaving, Toilet and Smoking Requisites. Post Card Albums, Photo Albums, Knives, Scissors, Trinkets, Pictures, etc., etc. They -get them NEW, GOOD, AND CHEAP from the PHILADELPHIA NOVELTY CO. Arcade TO-DAY (SATURDAY), At J 2.30. WEEKLY MARKET, WM TODD AND CO. hold their weekly market in Eia'to— PIGS, POULTRY. Hand Cart, G.I. Tanks. 40 Coils of Fencing Wire, Wheat, Ryecorn, Barley, Onions, Potatoes, Walker Range, Saddle and Bridle, Set Harness, Hay Forks, S.H. Shovels, Cow Ties. Wire Strainer, Kerosene Stove, Horse Shoe Nails, Lignite Grates. Large Quantity of FURNITURE, of first-class Piano, Harmonium, Dining Tables 1 , K. Tables, S.I. Bedsteads. Wire Mat-trasses, Kappk Beds, D.I. Bedsteads, Mirror Sideboard. Chest Drawers, Defiance Treadle Sewing Machine, Duchess D. Table and Marble-top Washstand, Overmantels, Towel Rail, Pictures, Books. Cupboai'd, Wash-stands, GoCart. Bedroom Ware, Crockery. Dugigy Whips and Buggy Lamps. Patrick Finn and John Keating have been committed for trial on a charge of assaulting John J. Devaney at Wroy’s Bush.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 23 February 1907, Incorrect pagination

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 23 February 1907, Incorrect pagination

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