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Phillips Bros., Photographers, (LATE OF DUNEDIN), HAVE purchased the ESK ST*. PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO r®* cently carried on by the late MR 351GERSTENKORN. HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. ENLARGEMENTS A SPECIALTY. In order to introduce our ART to the People of Southland, we will SUPPLY FOR A SHORT PERIOD One dozen Cabinets And Superior-finished Bromide Enlargement For 15s 6d. THIS IS THE BEST VALUE EVER OFFERED IN SOUTHLAND. PHILLIPS BROS., ■ART PHOTOGRAPHERS, ESK ST. STUDIO, INVERCARGILL INFLUENZA. THE Remedy for Influenza IS JONES’S Honey Pectoral During previous epidemics of Influenza, nothing has been so successful as JONES’S Honey Pectoral. “ A stitch in time saves nine.” Influenza is rife ;be prepared for it. It will save a lot of trouble to have a bottle in the house. E. B. Jones, CHEMIST, INVERCARGILL.

NOTICE. IS THAT ANY GOOD ? ii JUST been for a Hair Cut and a Shave at W. ALSWEILER’S.Absolutely one of the BEST Places in town. RAZORS set and ground by competent men on Shortest Notice. In Stock a Large Assortment of PIPES, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO* Etc., Etc. Note Address— W. ALSWEILER, Next Prince of Wales Sale Yards, DEE STREET, INVERCARGILL. You will Want WEDDING PRESENTS. OR PRESENTATION GOODS. An Article of Jewellery Is the moat Suitable, Acceptable, Valued and most Lasting Memento you can obtain. WE GIVE YOU The benefit of our long practical experiea as manufacturers. We make, stock, and repair every kind of Jewellery, Watches, Clocks, etc., and give you Honest Value FOR YOTJE MOSEY No Fancy Prices AT Burn and Peters, PEAOTIOAL WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLEES, Next Broad, Small & Co., Dee -at. THE SOUTHLAND BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY' AND BANK OF DEPOSIT, THE Society will receive money on. Debenture at the following rartes— (l) At Call, or Six Months, 2£ per cent, per annum. (2) At 12 months, 3£ per cent, per annum. (3 1 ) A limited amount will be received at Two to Five Y r ears at 4 per cent, per annumBv order of the Directors. JAMES BROWN. Secretary. Invercargill, Ist Dec., 1906. IT LOOKS GOOD ! No tea dust or sticks in “Cock o’ the North’-tea —it’s delicious !

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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