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For SaleTwo lovely quarter acre “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. Lindsay & Co. -4- For Mild-cured Bacon & Hams to suit all, try Lindsay &l Co. «$> Our own make BRAWN, very -4> Choice, and our PORK SAUSAGES the best in the market. # -$* Cash Purchasers of Pigs. LINDSAY & Co., 96, Tay-st. RED BOOT TAT ST., INVERCARGILL. KNGSLAND'S for the Latest and Beat Footwear in American, English, Con* (mental, and Colonial, from all the best known makers. KINGSLAND’S, Sole agents for the Celebrated “ WALK - OYER ” in Gentlemen’s Boots. KjNGSLAND’S for Children’s White Shoes, Sandals, Tan and Glace Goods. JS^INGSLAND’S for all kinds of Measure Work in Hand-sewn, Machine-sewn, Pegged or Rivetted. KINGS 11 'AND’S for Repairs. Neatly 9 nickly done. BOOT S UPPER MANUFACTURERS. LEATHER AND GRINDERY. John King'slaiid And Co., TAY ST., INVERCARGILL. ” T- CROCKET GENERAL AGENT, Bluff, HAS several CHOICE BEILDING SITES FOR SALE. Agent for Royal Insurance Company. RENTS COLLECTED. FOR SALE, A’ GOOD Seven-roomed House with every convenience ; threequarters of an acre, splendid position, grand view. £-475. Easy Terms. Ring Up

J. Everett, SPEY STREET, Invercargill, IF YOU Want COAL °£ ah description and of thejbeet. Dry Firewood or Short Blocks, Our stock is specially selected, and we guarantee weights and measure. Orders Promptly attended to. Note Address-^ SPEY ST., INVERCARGILL. li TIP-TOP Shop FOR A TIP-TOP Shave. Topp and Co. SPECIAL CONCESSIONS TO REGULAR TOWN CUSTOMERS. The most convenient shop in town for COUNTRY PATRONB. FIRST-CLASSS STOCK Tobacconist’s Goods and Sundries RIGHT OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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