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TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited until 5 p.m on MONDAY, 22nd inst., for he erection of Two Brick Fivescourts for the Southland Boys’ and Girls’ High School Board. CHAS. H. ROBERTS, Architect, TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for erection of Wooden House in Duke st., Gladstone. Plans and specifications may be seen at our office, where tenders will be received until 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, 23rd inst. MACKENZIE & WILSON, Architects. I Say ! Have you seen Our Window of Ornaments and Vases. They are the very latest, and the PRICES are within the reach of all, from 6d up. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. A, NOBLE & Go’s FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM, Opposite Club Hotel, Dee-st. J. T. GIBSON, Imperial Buildings. DEE STREET, Has opened up a splendid lot of New Goods, in Crockery, Glassware, Bruehware, Enamel w»re, &0., &c. Everything at Lowest Prices. INSPECTION INVITED. THEPvE ARE MANY BROWN’S, BUT the BEAL BROWN is in DON street, round the corner from Dee street. W. A. BROWN, MANUFACTURING JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER. Send your old jewellery to me to be renovated. THE REAL BROWN,

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OP SOUTHLAND. Annual Social Will be held in the VICTORIA HALL, -On 26th JULY, 1907. Recitation and Pianoforte Solo Competitions for Children. Entrance Free. Recitation: Burns’ Poem, “The Cot ter’s Saturday Night.” For children attending Southland Public Schools. First Prize £2 ; Second Prize £!■ Pianoforte Solo (Scottish Airs; own choice), for children under 16 years of age. First prize £2 ; Second prize, £l. The following artists will assist Rev. A. Mitchell, Messrs G-. W. Macintosh, T. Brown, A. Cookson, J. Galt, R. Jenkins, A. S. Dunc a n, W. Jenkins ; and Misses Mclntosh, Howie, Glennie, Hawk ; the Pipe Band, and others. Dancing 11 p.m. At the piano, Mr Trist Searell. Holders of members’ tickets and lady admitted free. For further particulars and copies of poem, apply JOHN MACGREGORI Secretary. TICKETS ... 3s. ONLY ONE EDISON In the World ONLY ONE Henry Hanson In I .vereargill WHO DEALS IN Edison Atm Gold - moulded RecordsThe only PHONOGRAPHS that spells excellence in the musical world Are the GENUINE EDISON (The Original Inventor) The ORIGINAL and most up-to-date PHONOGRAPH STORE. Confined entirely to the Talking Machine Tnade. REPAIRS of all Talking Machines A SPECIALITY. at the Phonograph Supply Store, In THE ARCADE, Esk street, Invercargill SOUTHLAND CHAMPION PLOUGHING MATCH •will be held on MR THOS. FRASER’S FARM, NEAR IRON BKIDGE, on WEDNESDAY 7>h AUGUST 1307. CLASS A—Champion Double Furrows CLASS B—D.F. for Ploughmen who have never gained a First Prize in Senior Class. CLASS C—Single Furrow Ploughs. All Entries must be in the bands of the Secretary not later than Saturday, 3rd August. 1907. J. A MITCHELL, Secretary. Special Value In Wrist Bags, Purses, Glassware, Enamel ware, School Bags, Box and Loose Stationery Winter Games, Rocking Horses for the Children. The latest in Post Cards, just arrived. Call and see them. T, HIDE, SI^L, Country Store. Situate in centre of large farming and sawmilling district. Large house and shop with f acre freehold Price £750. Terms —£100 down ; balance at 5 per cent. Stock at valuatim —about £l5O. No opposition. Satisfactory reasons for selling. W. B. Scandrett, LAN!) AGENT, Corner Dec md Esk sta., Invercargill

Salvation Army. TAY STREET. Special Sunday Services, TOMORROW. Good Singing, Stirring Addresses, and Brigi t Band Music. EVERYBODY WELCOME.


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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907

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