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Geisha Tea AND Luncheon Rooms BSK STREET. MRS McNATTY wiehes to intima that she has engaged the services of First-class Competent Baker And is now in a position to SUPPLY LATEST NOVELTIES —in — AFTERNOON CAKES, ETC., of Most Superior Quality. FRESH BUNS AND SCONES Will be made a SPECIALITY, and ONCE TRIED will ensure Regular Custom. A.C.M. Tea Rooms DEE STREET. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE ROOMS. The Finest in the Colony. Wedding and Presentation Parties catered for on the Premises. OUR SOCIAL ROOM COMFORTABLY, ACCOMMODATES OVER 100 GUESTS. BOLLAR’S a.. C. M. Tea Rooms OWING to increased business we have made extensive alteratioos, and can now serve the public to better advantage.;;:; HAMS AND BACON ■ of the best quality. OUR PRIME PORK SAUSAGES A SPECIALITY. HOCKS, FEET, CHEEKS. Poultry plucked and tru- sed always on hand. Mutton Birds cooked & uucooked. Lindsay & Co. 96 Tay st., Invercargill. Telephone No. 424. A. J. STEWART, (Late of Mackerras and Hazlett) BEGS to announce to the inhabitants af Southland that he has taken over Mr JENKINS’ GROCERY STORE, in Esk street, and trusts for a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed on the firm. ALL GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES. FARM 'AND DAIRY PRODUCE ON HAND. delivery Carts to any part of Town. Address — A. J. STEWART, GENERAL MERCHANT. Esk street. T. CROCKET GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Bluff, HAS FOR SALE the following Pro perties 7-Roomed house, f acre splendidly situated, £475. 6-Roomed House, every convenience on i of an acre, £3OO. 4-Rooms and scullery, washhouse, etc., on i-acre section £290. Each of these properties are well worth inspection. Also several first-class sections in various parts of the town for sale. House and £-acre, four rooms and scullery, orchard, and fowl run. EASY TERMS, £250. RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY TO LEND. Local Agent Royal Insurance Co.

Solomon Solution can be had wholesale and retail from J. S. Baxter, Invercargill. “It disna' matter whit folks say, it’s Cock o’ the North is the TEA that’s aye deleecioua^

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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