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THE Economic Sale Continues to draw the crowd. So it should. The ECONOMIC Sale Prices are the Lowest in Southland. THE GOODS ARE AMONG TEE BEST. DEEP CUT PRICES for Boy’s and Man’s Clothing DEEP CUT PRICES for Wool Underclothing DEEP CUT PRICES for Boy’s and Men’s Overcoats DEEP CUT PRICES for Hats and Capa—in fact DEEP CUT PRICES for all lines stocked. We want to popularise THE ECONOMIC, and will do so if low prices and attention will assist us. E. G. UNDRILL, Proprietor & Manager.

11. £. ROUT THE MANUFAOTUEEE, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLEE, AND DIAMOND SETTEE. Removed to old Imperial Hotel Buildings, Dee-st., opp. Club Hotel. Has a large and well selected stock of Electroplate and Silverware, Gold and Silver Watches and Jewellery. Hundreds of pounds’ -worth of Rings, Brooches, Chains, Medals, Links, etc., in stock, made in our own factory. Customers can choose our Stones for Engagement or Dress Rings, Brooches, etc. Good Stock Unmounted Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, Emeralds, Opals, etc. MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING EXECUTED ON THE PREMISES. LOWEST CASH PRICES, INSPECTION INVITED.

For SaleTwo lovely quarter aero Sections in COLDSTREAM ; high and dry and ready to build on. Also half - acre Section in North Invercargill. Small deposit and easy terms may be arranged. Young men desirous of becoming owners of property at a small payment per week will find this a rare chance. For particulars, in first place apply “Southern Cross’ office, Esk street. The plague in New South Wales has cost the Government of that State £40,000 a year for eight years. The Lord Mayor of Sydney says that for £30,000 Darling harbour and Blackwattle Bay can be given a rat-proof sea frontage. During the present outbreak, seven out of 20 cases have proved fatal.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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