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8 EXTRAORDINARY VALUE ! ONE'OF THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN SOUTHLAND. AH? Now that we have caught your eye, read this advertisement—read it all. Only 120 what? —Boys’ and Tooths’ WATERPROOF COATS (bought from a manufacturer that is giving up this business) at prices that enable us to sell them for less than the cost of production. THE PRICES WE SELL THEM FOR ARE 15s 6d & 17s 6d THE USUAL PRICES ARB 25s 6d & 27s 6d SOME FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THEM. The Coats are freshly made from good sound Waterproof Tweed--, have deep capes and no sleeves, which is the popular style with boys. The • are all sewn and taped seams, have two pockets, and the colours are dark, medium and light. The sizes are 40, 42, 44. 46 and 48 inches long, and they will fit boys and youths of average sizes from 11 to 1? years of age, IF YOUR BOYS NEED OVERCOATS For the coming winter do not miss this chance. The bargain is exactly as stated, and 120 will not last long. Youmi'ht just as well save ten shillings a coat as your neighbours. If you live in the country send us the exact money for the Coat or Coats wanted, and we will deliver free of charge. ONLY DJ NOT DifiLAY, or you may be too late. Thomson and Beattie (Ltd)., INVERCARGILL, GORE & OTAUTAU.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 30 March 1907

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 30 March 1907

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