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R *»•» U'S. m • :...'% AiAAvu Does not kink or burst | IT LASTS FOR YEARS, || J«*t try » Length tad judge Ha Qu&lttf. || Ask yow Storekeeper for Dunlop Brand!, THE DUNLOP RUBBER GOOF AUST. LTD. Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth & Christchurch. THE CORRECT STYLE HAT KOOLEZI Ask your Hatter for it. LOOK for the Registered Trade Mark on the leather 10/6. Coal and Firewood I HAVE Large Supplies of the following COAL in sto ek— Screened Coalbrookdale, Westport Coal, Best Screened Newcastle Coal, Double Screened Brunner Nut Coal, Kaitangat Coal and Nuts, Nightcaps Coal and Nuts, and Sleeman’s Mataura Lignite. I hav the Largest Supply of Firewood in Invercargill, and guaranteed thoroughly dry. The following can be had in any quantity— Ironwood, Black Pine, Manuka Birch Mixed Wood and Slabs. My ystem of stacking firewood in hal cord ts enables purchasers to see thef get full measure. Ironwood, Black Pine, Mixed Slab Blocks are also fully stocked. Weights and Measures Guaranteed. ONLY GOODS OF THE BESI QUALITY SUPPLIED. tSs" Ring up Telephone No. 64 and your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Coal and Firewood Yards • SPEY & YARROW STREETS. Office and Public Weighbridge SPEY STREET. W. S. Waterston, INVERCARGILL Coal and. Firewood Depot Failure to give satisfaction is generally due to inferior quality. Hohdai Lanka Tea satisfies the most fastidious.

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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