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A New Pleasure IK EACH NEW Edison Record for May. f-t is the- RECORD that is new — mu tiro PHONOGRAPH. Each. MaA Record is as entertaining- as any you have ever heard when you heard it lor the first time. The way to keep up your pleasure in the Edison Phonograph and got from it all the enjoyment you should,, is to hear the NEW RECORDS, and pick out those yon like. Every owner of an Edison Phonograph should send for the Edison free library of music. The Phonogram for May, the Supplemental Catalogue for May, and the General Catalogue. Write to-day. or better, call and hear the May Records played on the latest Edison Phonograph at the Phonograph Supply Store, In THE ARCADE, Esk street Invercargill Who’s Brown ? The Best JEWELLER in Town Where’s Brown ? NOW DON’T FROWN, HE’S IN DON STREET. W- A- Brown, JEWELLER, Round tbe corner from Dee street. JA. MITCHELL AND CO. will sel a by auction at the Prince of Wales Yards on SATURDAY, 6th JULY, 1907, At 11 a.m. 25 DRAUGHT and Light Horses 6 HARNESS Horses (stable horses) Gigs, Dray, Harness, &c. Failure to give satisfaction is generally due to inferior quality. Honda! Lanka Tea satisfies the most fastidious.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 12, 6 July 1907

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 12, 6 July 1907

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