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Mghtcaps (TRADE MARK.) Goal, Hats, and Screening's, In Truck Lots on Railway at NIGHT 0 APS, Orders sent THERE or to the Company’s Office, INVERCARGILL, by telegram or letter, promtly attended to. TELEPHONE -328 NEIL’S DISPENSARY, DEE STREET, Invercargill. SIGHT TESTING AND THE ADAPTION OF SUITABLE LENSES A SPECIALTY A Complete Stock of First-class '‘PEC TACLBS and OPTICAL GOODS. Constant Wearers of Glasses should TRY our Special RIMLESS GLASSES. They add to the appearance of Wearer. NEW GOODS! GOOD NEWS AT McCurdy’s Boot & Shoe Sale, Owing to our having to make room for the contractors who have got the job of putting up our new premises, we are sacrificing the entire stock to avoid removal. \ SAVE MONEY i This is a chance that will never occur again, a chance that will not last for long. The bargains are going ! going ! going ! The goods are so good, and the prices so tempting, that no one can resist buying two pairs for the usual price of one. Soon it will be toe late.

JJAYE YOU VISITED NOBLE’S GRBIT CLEARING SALE Of Fancy Goods Now On? If not, why not ? It will pay you ? BARGAINS in all lines. A. NOBLE & CO. Dee-st., Invercargill. [Next Matheson & Co., Grocers-] The tea for “pernicketty” people — 'TIONDAI LANKA” Ceylon Tea delights the fastidious taste. FULL RICH FLAVOUR.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907

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