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WAI-RON GOA Wins, Another SPECIAL GOLD MEDAL KING OF NATURAL MINERAL WATERS. WAI-RON GA ! Is now a household word throughout Australasia. Merit alone has gained it 1G Special Gold Medals for excellence. ■* Have iYOU* tried Wai-Rongoa ? What everyone prai'es must be good. WAI-RONGOA Is charged with its own natural gas, collected and purified at the spring in North Taieri. It is invaluable for its tonic properties, and cures all disorders of the digestion. A splendid pick-me-up. WAI-RONGOA May be obtained everywhere. It has no equal on the Market —all who have taken it once take it always. Practically all physicians prescribe it. Insist on WaiRongoa, for no other mineral water has so many recommendations CHRISTCHURCH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1906—1907. Leven street, Invercargill. THOMSON & CO.

Dinna v\ujn O * o m o O N vP /At .j^^j^a&VKsgpgggfggsas^ Opposite Fo r g et THAT Geo* Mnoro, WATCHMAKER And JEWELLER, Hiis removed to his new PREMISES IN BRISCOE’S BUILDINGS, next M. Chiaroni’s, under the Verandah. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY, the old Shop.

BROAD, SMALL & CO IRONMONGERY. FURNITURE. CROCKERY. BUILDING MATERIALS. BLACKSMITH'S 4 WHEELWRIGHT'S REQUISITES* TIMBER^ CATHEDRAL ASBESTOS ROOFING Weatherproof Waterproof Soundproof INSULATING AGAINST HEAT, COLD. OR DAMP. INDESTRUCTIBLE BY ROT, INSECTS OR VERMIN STRONG. HARD. DURABLE. TOUGH. ELASTIC AND LIGHT. FURNITURE CROCKERY FENCING WIRE, IRON nd STEEL, Wire Strainers, BARBED WIRE, STAPLES, SHEEP and RABBIT NETTING, Broad, Small & Co

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907

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