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LUNCHEON AND REFRESHMENT BUSINESS FOR SALE. AS A GOING CONCERN. Certainly the most satisfactory Business in this lino ever offered in Invercargill. ILL-HEALTH OF PROPRIETRESS SOLE REASON FOR SELLING, RENT MODERATE, SITE CENTRAL, AND TURNOVER SUBSTANTIAL. Full particulars and Terms from McKAY BROS., Exchange Sale Rooms. BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL. FIRE BRIGADE SUPERINTENDENT. Applications win be received by the Municipal Council up to 7.30 p.m. on THURSDAY, 18th instant, for the position of Superintendent to the Invercargill Fire Brigade. List of duties, allowance, and other particulars may be had on application at the Town Hall, Invercargill. T. W. WALKER, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Invercargill, 9th July, 1907. A. J. STEWART, (Late of Mackerras and Hazlett) BEGS to announce to the inhabitants af Southland that he has taken over Mr JENKINS’ GROCERY STORE, in Esk street, and trusts for a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed on the firm. ALL GOODS OP THE BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE ON HAND. Delivery Carts to any part of Town. Address — A. J. STEWART, GENERAL MERCHANT. Esk street. TEMPERANCE HOTEL, BLUFF. MRS McINTYRB Peopeietbesb. MRS MoINTYEE begs to intimate to tourists and the travelling public generally that she is now thoroughly establish d in the above well known house, and is prepared to cater for Boarders in the best style at MODERATE CHARGES. COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND BYERY CONVENIENCE. Mrs Mclntyre, PROPRIETRESS. RAILWAY PRIVATE HOThiL. HAVING secured the premises so long known as the RAILWAY HOTEL I desire to thank the public for past patronage, and to request a continuance of same in respect to my new place, which provides all the comforts of an up-to-date hostelry. Comfortable Compartments & Beds Hot and Cold Baths. Excellent Table at regular hours, and Tea, Coffee, and Summer Drinks at any time. Open for business until after arrival o late express. Mrs C. Thomas, [Late of Supreme Court Hotel], Peopeietbesb.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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