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<• GOOD WINE NEEDS NO BUSK.” In olden times it was the custom in some parts of the world to hang a bush above the door of wineshops as a sign that wine was for sale within. Hence he proverb, the inference being l that, if the wine was good, the fact would soon be universally known, and the shop dispensing it bad no need to rely on the bosh for advertising their trade. WE SELL GOOD DRAPERY, And that fact is ptetty generally known, but it is not so universally known that we can afford to dispense with the “ Bush ” of advertising, so we keep pegging away until’ that happy time arrives. Winter is Here, Aud the menfolk want warm and cosy Underclothing. Nothing tint we can offer for comfort, appearance, durability and economy, come up to our stock of Underclothing, manufactured for us by the famous Mo-giel Woollen.Co. Our winter orders were placed with this Company before the advance in prices, and we are in a position to; and are se ling at last season’s prices which, in plain words, mean 15 per cent, under to-day’s values. We have Big* Bangles Of Plain and Ribbed Pants and Singlets, also the famous Marl Underclothing, Sweaters, &c., &c. The prices of Underclothing run from 5s 6d to 10s 6d, You can buy lower-priced Colonial Underclothing, but if you count comfort and durability as factors of value, none is cheaper. Thomson and Seattle (Ltd)., INVERCARGILL, GORE & OTAUTAU

Satisfaction is written large on the minds of our customers If you are not satisfied try T ■ADBRQQK’Sa Cycle Store* Tay-St

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 1 June 1907

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 1 June 1907

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