SHIP FAIR D.RILL HALL, BLUFF. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 7th and Bth. At 8 p.m. NOVEL DECORATIONS, TABLEAUX, COMPETITIONS, OYSTERS, SWEETS, FLOWERS, Etc., Etc., Etc. A Splendid Display of FANCY and USEFUL ARTICLES will he offered for sale at reasonable prices in aid of Bluff Methodist Church Renovation. TICKETS—ONE SHILLING. DON’T MISS IT. THE S FOREMAN'S BEAU IDEAL Coursing, PLUMPT’O.N— S. R. C. Racecourse. WEDNESDAY, 7th, THURSDAY, Bth AUGUST. THE people of Southland will have the privilege of witnessing for the first time the unique spectacle 91 PAIRS OF FLEET GREY- A] HOUNDS COURSING. HI The strongest lot of Hares the colony can produce from Peel Forest, Canterbury, which have been trained to make a B-lino for the esmpes. ARTHUR A. FA APE, Sec., The Edison PHONOGRAPH. To the EDISON PHONOGRAPH can be applied the old saying : “A pleasure shared is a pleasure doubled.”. It is the art of entertainment expressed in tangible form.i There is never a crowd when cnc of the three is an Edison Phonograph. Love Songs, Dances, Funny Songs, Ballads, all kinds of music in your own home, with less trouble and greater enjoyment than any ether form of entertainment, and especialLy than any form of musical entei f&in-nic-nt. To-dtiv is the best day for going to the EDISON PHONOGRAPH SUPPLY STORE, in the ARCADE, |to hear an EDISON. You cannot i possibly know how’ well the Edison I Phonograph reproduces by listening Ito another talking machine. Keep (posted on the new records for the Edison Phonograph as well as the old. Thro are three books which will be sent free on application to the Phonograph Supply Store IN THE ARCADE, Esk Street, Invercargill. Country Store. FOR SALE, in prosperous farming and sawmilling district. Freehold, with large dwelling and shop on Main Road, PRICE £750. Terms—£loo down .balance at 5 per cent. Stock at valuation (about £IOO or £150)., W. B. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Corner D'-c ■nd Fsk-sts , Invercargill BE WISE And purchase a Sterling Sewing Machine, with all latest improvements, for £7 7s, worth double the money. Such value was never before offered Call ' and inspect these beautiful machines and try them for yourself. A, NOBLE & Co,, Agents, Opposite Club Hotel, Dee-st. X>iGr ALTERATION SALE AT THE CHAMPION BOOT SHOP, TAY ST. Stupendous Bargains. Boots, fhoes and Slippers cf all sorts, sizes and shapes absolutely given away at T. HOMES’, The Champion Boot Shop, Tay street. Many years ago Mr J. S. Baxter introduced the now Famous Rava Tea grown in Sunny Ceylon. This delightful beverage has steadily grown in popularity ever since. Try it.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907
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