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SCOTCH THISTLE NOVELTIES. As Wedding Gifts or for Birthdays these new styles should find favour. We vouch for the quality, and send'them free by post. ade A-** l 89896 —Best Quality Silver-plated Toast Rack, E 7473 —Best Silver-plated Pepper £1 10/- Pot 11/6 Mustard to Match 13/6 No Agents. AH Business done direct. Gsllß—Silver-plated Bedroom Candlestick, 13/6 pair. Hll6O Solid Silvermounted Hat Pin Stand, 4/6 m l EB42B—Silver-plated Hot Water Kettle with Stand and Spirit Lamp, £B/7/6 llll6l—Solid Silver-mounted Pm Cushion and Bine; Stand, 6/6 Write for our free Catalogue. Money back if we can’t please you Stewart Dawson & Co. PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.

Manufacturing Watchmaker m H. E. ROUT, 39 DEB STREET, INVERCARGILL, (Opposite Club Hotel.) Ophthalmic Optician. H. E. ROUT has purchased the Sight-testing; appliances used at the Christchurch International Exhibition. SPECTACLES fitted according to Scientific Principles. QUALITY OF GLASSES GUARANTEED. SIGHT TESTED FREE. Jeweller Diamond Setter

TO CTOIiISTS (OE c To™ S r S) Foitunately we anticipated the Phenomenal Run this year on our PHOENIX BICYCLES, AT £ll and £l6, , VERY LOW TRICE. We were the first to have Bicycles built specially to suit the district, . Phoenix is the result Bel, year. You may arrange to pay tor OQ ® . , dto Tyres and Fittings. Signed Guarantee. We Wll be P‘ 0 8e answer your inquiries, show you machines, or send catalogue. R. MURIE, Phoenix Cycle Depot, PRINCE OFWALES BUILDINGS, DEE STREET,

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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