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Are yon goings to Fence ? The Popular Cyclone FENCING GATES AND FENCING DROPPERS. 'AI 1 SSEIELE AND BRASS, DEE STREET, INVERCARGILL. SCOTCH THISTLE NOVELTIES. AsWedding Gifts or for Birthdays these new styles should find favour. Wo vouch for the quality, and send them free by post. as; f B939G—Best Quality Silver-plated Toast Rack, E 7473 —Best Silver-plated Pepper £1 10/- Pot 11/6 Mustard to Match 13/6 No Aflents. All Business done direct. Qsllß—Silver-plated Bedroom Candlestick, 13/6 pair. Hll6O - Solid Silvermounted Hat Pin Stand, 4/6 EB42B—Silver-plated Hot Water Kettle with Stand and Spirit Lamp, £3/7/6 Hll6l—Solid Silver-mounted Pm Cushion and Puna; Stand, 6/0 Write for our free Catalogue. Money hack if we can t please you Stewart Dawson & Co. PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. Unique Suits. Sole Agents, @ INVBRG ARGIL L. DESIGNED TO LATEST FASHION. Cut on Scientific Principles. Manufactured from the best productions of the woollen industry, and tailored by artisans of repute. These suits are unique examples of what may be obtained in high-class ready-to-wear clothing. Recognising the demand for superior garments at a Reasonable price, we now invite you to inspect our stock, feeling sure you will be convinced that we can supply you with a Suit equal to the. best Tailor-made at about half the cost. If we cannot fit you Horn stock we can take your measure, and give you ihe choice of some hundreds of patterns, representing the Latest Novelties in imported and Colonial Woollens. Sole Agents, THE ECONOMIC, Invercargill.

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

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

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