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PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY■yy" ATSQN AKD HAGGITT, BARRISTERS &' SOLICITORS. Bsk Street,. Invercargill, money to lend. LISTER BEOS., Barristers and Solicitors, Esk St., Invercargill. Money to lend. TMV! MACDONALD & SONS, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, Esk Street, Invercargill. STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY* FTRE and MARINE ; also Fidelity Guarantee. Henderson & Batger, Agents, Dee st. MACALISTER AND CO. (J. J. Hiskens). PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Invercargill, Telephone, 90. P.O. Box, 120. (See Advertisement). C:EAY ‘ Music Rooms South British Chambers, Esk Street. MUSIC ROOMS . OYER WESNBY BROS. DEE STREET R. A. Edwards, fJTEACBER OF VIOLIN AND PIANO. Orchestra, for Balls and Parties. Pupils pre pared for Practical and Theoretical Exams. Teaching ptrsonully or by correspondence TERMS &c., at STUDIO, RES STREET. A. B. T HOMPSOU, Teacher of Singing and Production, Crescent. Voice Pupils prepared for Examination, Breathing a Speciality, SPECIAL RAILWAY CONCESSIONS TO COUNTRY PUPILS. rT Marshall (M.A.A Edinburgh), Architect & Building Surveyor (Upstairs G. Lumsden’s Buildings) Dee Street, Invercargill. -jy|~ ONE! rjp O | J E N D At per CentC. S. Longuet, SOLICITOR, INVERCARGILL. J. Davis & Co„ LYEES, CLEAEEES, & EENOVATOBS Dee St., Invercargill. Suits dyed a-d pressed ... 8s 6d Suits cleaned and pressed... 5s Od Dresses Dyed ... ... 7s Od Skirts Dyed ... ••• I s 6d Skirts Cleaned ... ... tls 8d Feathers cleaned, dyed an > curled. Kid Gloves. Shoes and Lodge Aprons cleaned and dresi-ed. REPAIRS neatly cx-cuted at Lowest Possible H tes •J HOM A t vi j LLAB, TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, Dee Street, INVERCARGILL. J o M I f c H t I L, SOI CERTIFICATED OPTICIAN, DIPLOMA SPENCER OPTICAL INSTITUTE, NEW YORK. '(ln conjunction with dental practice) ALEXANDRA BUILDINGS, corner Dee and Don streets, Invercargill, Telephones—Office 372 ; Private residence 202. “REFORM;’ ARTIFICIAL EYES. RAILWAY PRIVATE HOTEL. HAVING secured the premises so long known as the RAILWAY HOTEL, I desire to thank the public for past patronage, and to request a continuance of same in respect to my new place, which provides all the comforts of an up-to-date hostelry. COMFORTABLE COMPARTMENTS &, BEDS. HOT &COLD BATHS. Excellent table at regular hours, and Tea, Coffee, and Summer Drinks at any time. Open for business untill after arrival of late express. Mrs G. Thomas, XLate of Supreme Court Hotel), Proprietress.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 18, 17 August 1907

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