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=HERE’S WHAT YOU WANT != >c^ocregg^sKeoMK9seseceses9sesesesesnofic^ —ANIncandescent Burner To fit your lamp, complete for 12 Also Patent Cast Iron Boiler Frame & Chimney Everlasting Wear. No need to build a wash-house, |*VW^^WWWWWWVW SMITH m LAING Esfe-sto, laTer ear gill.

Coal and Firewood I HAVE Large Supplies of the following COAL in sto ck— Screened Coalbrookdale, Westport Coal, Best Screened Newcastle Coal, Double Screened Brunner Nut Coal, Kaitangat Coal and Nuts, Nightcaps Goal 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 the \ get full measure. Ironwood, Black Pine, Mixed Slab Blocks are also fully stocked. Weights and Measures Guaranteed. ONLY GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITY SUPPLIED. KS" Bing up Telephone No. 64 and your order will receive prompt and careful attention. Coal and Fieewood Yards * SPEY & YARROW STREETS. Office and Public Weighbridge SPEY STREET. W. S. Waterston, INVERCARGILL Coal and Firewood Depot OWING to increased business we have made extensive alterations, and can now serve the public to better advantage, j HAMS AND BACON of the best quality. OUR PRIME PORK SAUSAGES A SPECIALITY. HOCKS, FEET, CHEEKS. Poultry plucked and trussed always on hand. Mutton Birds ccoked & uncooked. Lindsay & Co. 96 Tay st., Invercargill. Telephone No, 424. A. J. STEWART, (Late of Mackerras and Hazlett) BEGS to announce to the inhabitants af S outhland 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. lelivery Carts to any part of Town. Address— A. J. STEWART, GENERAL MERCHANT. £Esk street. IF you are particular about your TEA, be particular that you get HONDAI LANKA. It’s particularly good.

Alteration Sale —AT— J.&W. STEAD’S DEE STREET. jT EN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH on the whole of a £3OOO STOCK, with specially- cut prices (below cost) on odd sizes and lines. , On account of small size of shop, goods will be sent out on approval at CASH SALE PRICE. REMEMBER this opportunity presented to you of a GENUINE SALE, as we must shift the goods to make room for the carpenters. SALE now on.

To those about to Build. James Walker, BUILDER, JOINER, WOOD TURNER, AND WOODWAEE MANUFACTURER, BLUFF, Is prepared to undertake all classes of BUILDING & JOBBING WORK at LOWEST PRICES.; SASHES, ETC., manufactured for the Trade.: PICTURE - FRAMING on Shortest Notice. Picture Mouldings of Latest Designs kept in stock. Estimates Given. Telephone No. 55. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE. Established 1870. State Security and Large Bonuses. £290,074 added to policies in 1902. Total additions to date: £1,919,820. J. H. RICHARDSON, F.P.A., A Commissioner.

REMOVAL NOTICE. J. Brookes OF PRINCESS HOTEL, DEE STREET, Begs to inform his numerous patrons that he has leased the CITY PRIVATE HOTEL, (Late Kett’s Hibernian Hotel), From Ist June, and respectfully solicits a continuance of their patronage. TARIFF from 4s 6d PER DAY. Permanent Boarders by Special Arrangement. ALL MEALS ONE SHILLING. MEAL TICKETS—Ss Half Dozen (transferable). FOR SALE. 5 AGEES, with new G roomed House washhouse, hut, cowbyres, etc. Close to railway and school. Very cheap at .£350 will buy a good six - roomed oSDO t House, with good outbuildings on full section, with orchard. Goodhome for the money. Several very high sections at <£6o? £85 j £9O. New s*roomed house on easy terms. T. F. Macdonald, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, NEXT ARCADE, Esk Street. Fire Insurance. Accident Insurance, Money to Lend. Loans Negotiated Many years ago Mr J. S. Baxter introduced the now Famous Kava Tea grown in Sunny Ceylon. This delightful beverage has steadily grown in popularity ever since. Try it. Sunny Ceylou is the place where Baxter’s choice teas come from —most of them come from the famous Rava Tea gardens. Give tiiis excellent tea a trial ; 10 lbs for 13s 9d.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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