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Hacaiister & Go , (J. J. HISKENS). CHEMISTS. INVERCARGILL. HAVE a Large and Varied Stock of everything looked for in a firet-clae Pharmacy. Physicians’ and Nurses’ Requirements a Specialty. Hereford's Phosphatic Baking Powder i:o Dyspeptics. High.y recommended by tl Medical Profession. la used in place u ordinary baking powder. Quinine Wine for invalids—made iron New Zealand gt own Port Wine. Ms.calister’s Emulsion with Hypophosprnufor Coughs, Colds, Anaemia, and all trouble; incident to the Winter Season. SPECIAL. —Oculists’ Prescriptions to spectacles accurately made up. VV’ also carefully test defective vision a;.r supply Glasses to suit. Open on Sundays all day. except betwee, the hours of 1.30 p.m., and 5.30 p.m. Urgent Prescriptions dispensed at any hour of the night. P.O. Box 120 Telephone, A 0810 ULTUBAL LIME WELL BURNS RAILED FREE ORDER NOW IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FORWARD DELIVERY WEIGHT, STEPHEM CRESCENT, ‘ OR Robt,. Meek and 00., FAIRFAX. Wanted the public of invef CARGILL to call at martins Goal Hae LIDDEL STREET For Coalbrookdale, or Westport Coal, ]Ui landed, also A 1 Newcastle, Kaitangata, Nightcaps Coal and iS uis. Best BrunnerCoal for Blacksmiths, Mataura Lignite always in slock. Ironwood on hand. Dry Black Pine, Manuka, Birch, Mixed Woods and Slabs, 2ft. and — 9in. Blocks at CURRENT RATES. Furniture packed and moved, Town or Country, by experienced lorrymcn. Agents for jjie N.Z. and Colonial Carrying Company. Agents everywhere. WM- MARTIN. COAL & FIREWOOD MERCHANT, -fe CARTAGE CONTRACTOR. DON STREET. '>■'«> •* ■»» OO : STONE’S " ; OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND ; ' ’ Commercial, Municipal and General DIRECTORY ■■ And New Zealand Annual. " ’ EDITED BY JOHN STONE. ' OVER 1000 PACES " 1 ’ Of invaluable information, carefully com- '' |; piled and concisely and systematically ;; arranged, for 12s. 6d. to Subscribers. STONE, SON & 00., , General Printers, Publishers, Etc., ~ DUNEDIN, i' CHRISTCHURCH & WELLINGTON. > «> «» »» «> ««. n SOUTHLAND LAND BOARD. Meetings will be held at the District Lauds and Survey Office, Invercargill, at 10.30 a.m., on the undermentioned dates : —1907 Thursday— July 25 ~ August 22 ~ September 26 October 24 ~ November 28 Monday—December 23 JOHN HAY, Commissi oner of Crown Lands. All correspondence to be dealt with at any ordinary meeting of the Land Board must be received in the Land Office before one o’clock p.m. on the Monday preceding the day of meeting. No questions affecting titles to land will be dealt with by the Land Board unless previous notice in writing has been given as abo-ve.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 15, 27 July 1907

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