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The Post Office is still opposite N, J. KEANE, “ Tbe Truth, the whole Truth, and nothing but the Truth,” is the “ Wellington Truth.” Obtainable only at N. J. Keane’s. REMOVAL NOTICE. J. Brookes OF PRINCESS HOTEL, DEE STREET, Begs to inform his numerous patrons that he has leased the CITY PRIVATE HOTEL, (Late Kelt’s Hibernian Hotel), From Ist June, and respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. TARIFF from 4s 6d PER DAY. Permanent Boarders by Special Arrangement. ALL MEALS ONE SHILLING. MEAL TICKETS—Ss Half Dozen (transferable). Record Display OF DOGS, PIGEONS, CANARIES, AND POULTRY. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JUNE 26 and 27. UNIQUE COLLECTION OF PETS Hedgehogs, Mice, Frogs, ’Possums, Monkeys, Cats. Admission, Is ; Children, 6d, with badges 3d FOR SALE. * SECTIONS street, hnojd and improved—.£lso. 3 Superior £eeticns, high, with northerly aspect, close to town bcftmdary—.£9o each. Half acre, Gladstone, could be subdivided. 2 Sections, South Invercargill—,£6s each. Very Choice, new 6-roomed HOUSE, with h. and c. water and all conveniences ; good locality—7Bs. New 5-roomed HOUSE, East Invercargill—<£43o. T. F. Macdonald, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, NEXT ARCADE, Esk Street. Fire Insurance. Accident Insurance, Money to Lend. Loans Negotiated “There’s a BIG SAVING” in. using “COCK O’ THE NORTH” TEa ; it posses great strength, body, and delicious flavour.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 9, 15 June 1907

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