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SMITH AND LAINGWe are still to the front with a grand assortment of IROYMOYCERY, FI KMTI lIC. CROCKERY, Tools and Electroplated Ware. WRINGERS— Superior, Novelty, & President from 15s. Beautiful HANGING LAMPS for Dining Room, Drawing Room or Hall. Very suitable for Presen-s. OUR FURNITURE and CROCKERY DEPARTMENTS Are well worth a visit whether you intend to buy or not. SMITH At® LAING Eskstree * . i****W*******^W*

WHAT WE PAY FOR New Zealands Big Race. Irish Athletic Society of Southland 21st ANNUAL GATHERING. QUEEN’S PARK, MARCH 13, 1907. QUEEN’S PARK, MARCH 13, 1907. AAA SHEFFIELD .OtfSfV HANDICAP 135 Yards. THE COLONY’S CRACK SPRINTERS COMPETING. LARGE FIELDS. EXCITING FINISHES. Quoits, Cycling, Wrestling, Stone and Hammer Throwing Events, Lady’s Decorated Cycle, Schools’ Relay Race, Boys’ Events, 75yds, 100yds, 220 yds, 440yds, Mile and 1 Mile Races, Etc., Etc. 'AN IDEAL DAY’S SPORT. Excursion Fares. -«*- Trains Delayed. Write for Programmes. GEO. McNAMARA, Hon. Sec., Box 238. TEMPERANCE HOTEL, BLUFF. MRS McINTYRE Peopbibtbesb. MRS McINTYRE begs to intimate to tourists and the travelling public generally that she is now thoroughly estab lished in the above well known house, and is prepared to cater for Boarders in the best style at MODERATE CHARGES, COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND EVERY CONVENIENCE. Mrs Mclntyre, PROPRIETRESS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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