WAIKIWL NURSERY. Leading' Lines on offer. FRUIT TREES and Fruiting Bushes. Splendid stock of all kinds, any; age up to full bearing. Forest and Shelter Trees. All the kinds in any quantities. Ornamental Trees and Shrubs in. Splendid Variety. [ Hedge plants to suit all tastes and requirements. Specimen Plants, Roses, Rhododeudrons, and Flowering Plante of every description. Rhubarb Roots and Greenhouse Plants, Bulbs, Box Edging, etc. GARDEN REQUISITES. INSECT DESTROYERS,] GARDEN MANURES, Etc., Including the popular Blight Specie fic, for which we are Southland AgI ents. Again reduced in price. Four Gallons 12s 6d ; 1 Gallon, 3s 6d ; -I—Gallon, 2s ; Quart Is 6d ; Pint Tins Is each. McDougalTs Fruit Tree Wash, pint' tins Is 6d, quart 2s 6d, gallon 6a 6d. SPRAY PUMPS—The Pomona Orchard pump, 10 gallons capacity, £5 10s nett. The Up-to-date Pump, handy and effective, 35s each. The Colonial, for small gardens, 255, and the “Vermorel” Knapsack Pump, for Potato or Orchard Spraying, 60s each. Please see our N arsery List for full particulars of above lines. J. Lennie & Sons, SEED MERCHANTS, NURSERYMEN, FRUITERERS & FLORISTS. WAIKIWI NURSERY, AND 34 DEE STREET, INVERCARGILL. Telephone 291 * * * * P.O. Box 167.3 'aTjTstewart, (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 OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE ON HAND. lelivery Carts to any part of Town, Address— Lull II M. J. STEWART, GENERAL MERCHANT.* street. Just a Line. JOHH EHoCURDY HAS REMOVED 3 DOORS Up the Street, next to Princes HoteL Every requirement of Footwear AT SALE PRICES. CLOGS! CLOGS! CLOGS! Keep your feet warm and dry, AT JOHN McCURDT’S, Doe nest Princeps Hotel. TENDERS. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS will be received at my office until noon of THURSDAY, the 25th inst., for the erection of TWO-STOREY BRICK SHOP and STORE at Gladstone for Messrs W. McGill and Co. U. J. BRODRICK, Architect, Crescent. To all whom it may concern. Hear ye ! hear ye ! and may it be known far and wide that a ten pound tin of BAXTER’S Famous Rava Tea can be bought for 13s 9d.
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907
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