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POPULAR SONGS For the People. NEW NUMBERS Begfgf’s Sixpenny Songfs. “Maybe,” “Pal of Mine,” “Coax Me,” “In the City of Sighs and tears,” “Sometimes, Pear Heart,” “An Old Love Dream,” “ Bullfrog and the Coon,” “Somebody’s Sweetheart I want to be,” “Egypt,” “Alice, where /art Thou Going,” “Someone dreams of You,” “She waits by the Deep Blue Sea,” “Rainbow,” “Eva,” "Fly away, Birdie, to Heaven,” “My Fiddle is my Sweetheart,” “Banquetof Misery Hall,’'’ “Waltz Me Around Again, Willie.” PIANO SOLOS—“Flying Arrow' March,” “Egypt Waltz,” “Dolores Waltz,” “Lolester's Promenade” (janother Mosquitos Parade) “Choristers Waltz,” “Bit of Blarney” (Two, Step). SIXPENCE EACH. Complete in every respect. Reprints of 2s editions. Orders by post add Id extra for each copy ordered. Complete list of the Sixpenny Editions sent w : ith each order. €has. Begg & CJo. Ltd., Esk street - Invercargill.

Buy your WATCHES, JEWELLERY, and . . . SILVERWARE From Stewart Dawson’s G 2792. —ISct. Gold Diamond and Emerald King, £3/3/E244S.—Set. Gold Bird and Amethyst Brooch, i5/6 E1631.—9ct, Gold Brooch, set with Diamonds and Sapphire, 25/r E3OO-I.—9ct. Gold Bar Brooch, 8/6 Smaller size, 6/6 Any Name engraved, 1/- extra. F3Bo4A.—9ct. Gold Pin Charm, 5/6 Gold Mounted Tusk Brooches, various designs, 17/6 18/6 25/F3094.—9ct. Solid Gold 0r6?3,18/6 Others at 9/6 12/6 18/6 25/- 30/WHERE You can rely upon getting the very best value. WHERE There is no . . subtifuge. WHERE Everything is marked in plain figures at lowest cash prices. WHERE A child can buy at the same price as a man with ten thousand a year; and a country customer is as well treated as a city one. CATALOGUES SENT FREE. STEWART DAWSON & CO. Jewellers, Princes & Dowling Streets, DLJJNEDIIV

TEMPERANCE HOTEL, BLUFF. MRS McINTYRE Peopexexbess. MRS MeINTYEE begs to intimate to tourists and the travelling public generally that she is now thoroughly establish d in the above well-known house, and is prepared to cater for Boarders in the best style at MODERATE CHARGES. COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND EVERY CONVENIENCE. Mrs Mclntyre, PROPRIETRESS. Tliomas Quinn & Jo p ARE CASH BUYERS OP RIME DAIRY- FED PORK —at—■ HIGHEST CURRENT MARKET RATES, Farmers and others having same to dispose of, please communicate with THOMAS QUINN] So GO., Conon street, Invercargill $

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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