Ring Up J. Everett, SPEY STREET, Invercargill, IF YOU Want COAL of all description and of the best. Dry Firewood or Short Blocks. Our stock is specially selected, and we guarantee weights and measure. Orders Promptly attended to. Note Address — SPEY ST;, INVERCARGILL. ANTED the PUBLIC OP INVEb CARGILL to call at Martin’s Coal Roc W LIDDEL STREET For Coalbrookdale, or Westport Coal, ju« landed, also A 1 Newcastle, Kaitangata, Nightcaps Coal and Nuts, Best BrunnerCoal for Blacksmiths, Mataura Lignite always in stock. Ironwood on hand. Dry Black Pine, Manuka, Birch, Mixed Woods and Slabs, 2ft. and—9in. Blocks at CURRENT RATES. Furniture packed and moved, Town or Country, by experienced lorrymen. Agents for l]ie N.Z. and Colonial Carrying Company. Agents everywhere. I beg to intimate to the (general public that I have leased the offices in Esk street lately occupied by C. W. Brown. Being more convenient, I hope to merit a fair share of public support. Note the new address — WM- MARTIN. COAL & FIREWOOD MERCHANT, CARTAGE CONTRACTOR. ESK STREET. iacalister & Co (J. J- HISKENS) JEMISTS. INVERCARGILL. AYE a Large and Varied Stock of everything looked for iu a first-clas* •macy. lysicians’ and Nurses’ Requirements jecialty orsford’s Phosphatic Baking Powder for Deptics. Highly recommended by the ical Profession. Is used in place of lary baking powder. iinine Wine for invalids—made from Zealand gi own Port Wine. Hcalister’a Emulsion with Hypophosphites loughs, Colds, Anaemia, and all troubles lent to the Winter Season. (HAL. Oculists’ Prescriptions for vpeclacles accurately made up. We also carefully test defective vision and supply Glasses to suit, peu on Sundays all day. except between xours of 1.30 p.m., and 5.30 p.m. • rgent Prescriptions dispensed at any hour lie night. _ , . P.O. Box 120 Telepnone,
agricultural lime WELL BURNS RAILED FREE ORDER NOW IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FORWARD DELIVERY WRIGHT, STEPHENSON CRESCENT, OR Robt. Meek and FAIRFAX. Co., ffgi HOM A 8 MI LLAB, TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, stre et, 15 VEKCAEGILI James de Joux, Late Messrs Double Bros, and O. E. Hast). HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST, Wishes to notify the Public that he has started business on his own account in premises lately occupied by Mrs Millar, Basket Maker, NEXT DOOR TO ARCADE, TAY STREET. BEST BRANDS—CIGARS, CIGARETTES &> TOBACCO KEPT IN STOCK. Note Address — TAY STREET, INVERCARGILL, ' Next Arcade. “THERE’S a reason for the immense popularity of COCK O’ THE NORTH TEA. It’s the value.”
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
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