Hi ! Hi! -JJNIQUE HARVEST FESTIVAL ■ At Salvation Army, Tay street, To be opened by His Worship the Mayor (Mr W„ B. Scandrett). On WEDNESDAY, May 8, at 3 p.m. Special Programmes by BLACK’S ORCHESTRA, Mr W. Dixon and Party, Strathearn Primitive Choir, Etc., followed by SALE of GIFTS, each evening. Miys Major Glover (late of Melbourne) and Envoy A. Wright (late Auckland Merchant). SPECIAL OFFICERS. DECORATIONS worth coming miles to see. Refreshment, Fancy, and Other Stalls. Open on SATURDAY AFTERNTOON, May 11th, for benefit of Country Visitors. DON’T FORGET—FROM WEDNESDAY, MAY Bth to MONDAY, May 13th. Any Gifts thankfully received. Silver Coin Admission on week days. SPECIAL MARCHES IN HARVEST COSTUME. Salvation Army. Taj street. Plenty of Mudo and Singing. Meetings—7 a.m., II a.m., 3pm.& 7p m. FOOTBALLERS specially invited at 7 p.m. to hear an Address by STAFF - CAPTAIN DIXON From Text Supplied by an ALL-BLACK on bis way to England. HARVEST FESTIVAL To be opened by His Worship the Mayor (W, B. Scandrett, Esq,), - WEDNESDAY, 8!b MAY, at 3 pm. Unique Decorations. The Edison Phonograph in the Home. What one thing is it that. sums up one’s idea of festivity ? IT IS MUSIC. Music draws one to the opera, to the concert hall, to the dance, to the country fair. Where there is MUSIC there people gather. Its appeal is universal. THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH brings all this music into the home. It has within itself and produce® on demand most of the amusements which draw people away from home. One of its strongest features is its versatility. It is not gauged to any one particular taste. To it music means everything—from a brass band to a Wagner orchestra ; from a comic song to a masterful rendition of grand opera selections. It caters to every taste, whim, or mood of all who look to it for entertainment and diversion. The EDISON PHONOGRAPH is manufactured at Orange, N. J., U.S.A., and sold at the Phonograph Supply Store, TN THE ARCADE, Esk street, In- | vercargill, j SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Crockery, Glassware, China, Brushware, Baebetware, Enamelware, Cutlery. Tinware, E.P. Goods, Toilet Requisites, Leather Goods, Magazines, Books Stationery, Postcards, and all kinds of Fancy Goods at A. NOBLE & CO.’S CHEAP CASH SALE, Opposite Club Hotel. "Dee street. ! Pirsteclass dairy FARM, 198 acres, 10 paddocks, all ploughable ; 30 acres new grass, 20 acres turnips, 30 ocres 'stubble. Balance. English grass. House, stable, cow-byre, barn, etc., one mile from dairy factory, 1|- miles from school, church, post office and railway station ; <£6 10s an acre ; Cheap. Good reasons for selling. W. B. Scandrett, | LAND AGENT, | Corner Dee and Fsk sts,, Invercargill LATEST SHADES IN BOXED NOTEDAPERS & ENVELOPES. Splendid value in- all Stationery lines. We import direct and in values are beaten by no firm. Try our 6d and Is Boxes of Notepaper and Envelopes. ULLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO.. , Esk Street.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
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