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Salvation Army TAY STREET. Sunday, 11 a.m.- —Dedication of Infant ; 7 p.m.—ln Memoriam Service, The late Mrs Chambers. WEDNESDAY, Musical Programme. North Invercargill Mission Hall, in aid of Renovating Fund. Thursday, 8 p.m., United Prayer. Meeting- under auspices of Ministers'' Association. THE ASSOCIATED BOARD —of the— ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC & ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC OF LONDON. ENGLAND, FOR LOCAL. EXAMINATIONS IN MUSICFB NTRIES for the forthcoming, Li PRACTICAL Examinations in Vocal and Instrumental Music close on TUESDAY, the 2nd' JULY. Entry forms and all information can be obtained from the undersigned. J. F. LILLI CRAP, Hoti. Local Representative. m 5* COLD WEATHER COMFORTS ""COAL AND FIREWOOD. J LYONS, Liddel Street and Elies Road, South Invercargill, has the Largest Stock of FIREWOOD in Southland. Also all kinds of COAL at CURRENT RATES. Prompt Delivery. Telephone 256. “BOOMERANG” Mouth Organs—The sweetest in tone, four sizes, 20. to 10 reeds ; prices Is 6d, 2s. 2s 6d, Is. Finest quality material only used. Reeds most carefully tuned. Prices include postage. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street. . The proof of the pudding is not so much in the eating of it as in the wav you feel afterwards. After the purchase of a DRESDEN PIANO yon feel unlimited pleasure, gratification, and satisfaction. Sole Agents— LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO,, Esk Street. EXCHANGES. We will allow a liberal price for old pianos, taken in exchange as part payment, and will send to estimate Sen.' same free of charge. THE DRESDEN, Sole Agents — LILLICRAPr McNAUGHTON & CO.. Esk Street. BOOKS oxt social questions by leaders of the Labour movement, Is 3d each —Labour and the Empire, Ramsay McDonald ; The Socialists’ City, F. W. Jowett ; The Socialists’ Church. S. D. Headlam ; From Serfdom to Socialism, J. K, Hardie. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., ESK ST., INVERCARGILL. The Markets. WHOLESALE. Fresh butter Bd. Fresh butter, separator, lOd. Factory butter, pats, cash, Is Ofd. Eggs, ~ls 9d per dozen. Factory cheese, 7d. Potatoes, £4 ton. Oatmeal, £l4 10s to £ls. Pollard, £5 10s. - ' Bran, £4 os. Chaff, £4 per ton. RETAIL. Fresh butter 10. Fresh butter, separator. Is. Factory butter, pats. Is 2d. Eggs, 2s per dozen. Cheese, to 9d. Bacon, sliced, lOd lb Hams, lOd. Potatoes, 6s per cwt. Flour, 2001 b 225, 501 b 6s 3d, 25tb 3s 3d. Oatmeal, 50 lb 8s 3d, 251 b 4s 6d. Mr -J. Lyons, coal and firewood merchant; Liddel street, has a large supply of coal and firewood on hand,.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 10, 22 June 1907

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