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BY SPECIAL TO HIS MAJESTT APPOINTMENT THE KING. DAY, SON & HEWITT’S (Royal Animal Medicine Manufactory, Lonlon.) Stock Owners’ Medicine Chest Containing a GUIDE and FULL STOCK OF RELIABLE PREPAR ATIONS for the Ailments of rattle, Sheep, and Horses. SOLD IN 2 SIZES, £1 Is AND £4 4b. SEARLE AND BRASS, DEB STREET, INVERCARGILL. AGENTS FOB SOUTHLAND.

Sheep Dip BECAUSE—(I) It will keep your sheep Clean Comfortable and Warm, and this will help fatten them quicker than anything else. (2) Wool which has been Dipped with HIGHLAND DIP weigoe Heavier has a brighter Colour, and is more Lustrous than Wool dipped with any other. (3) Wool dipped with HIGHLAND DIP always fetches Top Prices at the Sales MADE IN THREE VARIETIES - ALL POISONOUS; Pasta Variety (Best for Wet Climates). 32s 6d per Large Drum 19s 6d per Ordinary Drum. Liquid Variety 26s per Drum. Powder Variety 55s per Case 4s per Medium Packet 6a per Large Packet Is per Small Packet WEIGHT, STEPHENSON AND CO. WEDDING i ARDS In all the best designs, Tin-lined Cake Boxes, Ladies’ and Gents Visiting Cards, At Home Cards, Your patronage solicited. JOHN WABD & CO.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 23 March 1907

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 23 March 1907

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