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Thanks Tl/f R & MRS McDERMID bog to return their heartfelt Thanks to many friends for their expressions of sympathy on the occasion of their recent bereavement. Waianiwa, April 29. FOOTBALL'SEASON. 4* £ Gilchrist’s Training Oil is the best rubber for keeping the muscles right ; Is 6d and 2s 6d, posted Is lOd and 2s lOd. GILCHRIST, CHEMIST. HOT WATER BOTTLES 4. ‘ Of the best English rubber, safety, filling, from 7s upwards. GILCHRIST, Chemist, Tay st. GTLCHRIST’S A 4, ' COUGH ELIXIR £ £ For Whooping Cough, Measles, etc. 2s Gd per bottle, 2s lOd posted. GILCHRIST, Chemist, Tay st. NEW SHARES. SHARES in the Southland Building and Investment Society 1 and Bank of Deposit may be taken up from May 1, and are free from arrears. They may be obtained at the Society’s Office, Tay street, daily, during office hours, or between 7 and 9 on Subscription Nights. [ JAMES BROWN, ! Secretary. NEW 6D NOVELS— ~ ~~ ! The Lady Noggs, by Edgar Johnson ; The Tuttlebury Tales, by W. Platts ; A Prince of Lovers, by Win. Magney. A .Simple Gentleman, by John Strange Winter; Dawn, by Rider Haggard. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street.

HARVEST FESTIVAL, PRIMITIVE Methodist Church, Don Street. Sunday, May sth, morning and evening. Preacher, Rev. R. Raine. Beautiful decorotions, Special Singing, Solo and Anthems. MONDAY NIGHT : Harvest Home and Sale of Produce ; g'ood Progra me. Collection. LEES ROAD SOUTH PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. SERVICES at 11 and 6.30. Preacher—Rev. A. Pybus. Evening Subject ; “Balaam, a prophet or a fool—which

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907

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