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Hoys 7 and Rien’s Suits are Reliable when made of . . ROSLYN TWEED Se© th@ ticket on tiie garment. KOW TO CURE Measles. Over thirty-two years ago, January 1875, I was specially engaged in Melbourne, by Mr Rocke (of Rocke, Tomsitt and Co.), to come over to Southland to cope with Measles that were then raging in the district. Since then I have had considerable experience, and I have not the slightest hesitation in saying that the BEST REMEDY FOR MEASLES IS JONES’S Honey Pectoral Try, and Verify my Statement. E. B. JONES, CHEMIST, DEE-ST. EDISON Henry Hanson In the World In I ivercargill WHO DEALS IN Edison Phonographs ASD Gold - moulded Becords. The only PHONOGRAPHS that spells excellence in the musical world Are the GENUINE EDISON (The Original Inventor) The ORIGINAL and most up-to-date PHONOGRAPH STORE. Confined entirely to the Talking Machine Trade. REPAIRS of all Talking Machines A SPECIALITY. at the Phonograph Supply Store, In THE ARCADE, Esk street, Invercargill A TIP-TOP Shop FOR A HP-TOP Shave. Topp and Co. SPECIAL CONCESSIONS TO REGULAR TOWN CUSTOMERS. The most convenient shop in town for COUNTRY PATRONS. FIRST-CLASSS STOCK Tobacconist’s Goods and Sundries ■-■-Q RIGHT OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION. People of Winton, of Lumsden, of Riverton, of Edendale, of Mataura, of Woodlands, and many other places, are unanimous in saying Baxter’s Choice Eava Tea is splendid value — Is Gd per lb, 10 lbs for 13s 9d. Trj; it.

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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