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POPULAR SONGS For the People. NEW NUMBERS Beg-gfs Sixpenny Song's. “Maybe,” “Pal of Mine,” “Coax Me,” “In the City of Sighs and tears,” “Sometimes, Dear 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 Hail,” “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 -|d extra for each copy ordered. Complete list of the Sixpenny Editions sent with each order. C?has. Begg & Co. Ltd., Esk street - Invercargill. Wedding Presents. Our pride is the quality of Goods we l are selling. Not a complaint has \ reached us. On the contrary, \ our name is never mentioned \ but to praise it; We shall be \ glad to receive your order \ for any of the Goods here \ shown, or send you our \ Illustrated Catalogue m \ Post Free. G3l67.—Silver-plated Sugar Scuttle, 32/6 Other designs, 14/6 21/- 22/6 27/6 30/- 35 1gm Write for a y Copy \ to-day. Sterling Silver Vases, according to size, 7/6 8/6 10/6 12/6 15/6 18/6 21/Fl2s2.—Silver pii.tvd Full-size Teapot 18/6 Other designs at 21/- 25/- 30/- 35/“JW m Hl24l.—Silver-plated aiul Cut Glass Breakfast Cruet, 15/6 Others at 10/6 11/6 12/6 14/6 18/6 21/ 25/s \ G429l.—Silver-plated Hot Water Kettle \ and Stand, £4/10/- V.lMy Others at 40/- 45/- 60/- 70/- 80/-E94l7.—Silver-plated Tea Infuser, 4/6 Others at 4/- and 6/6 F2B7S.—Silver-plated “Apple Jam Dish and Spoon, 11/6 Other designs at all prices. STEWART DAWSON & CO., Jewellers, Corner Princes 8t Dowling Streets, DU NEDI N.

TEMPERANCE HOTEL, BLUFF. MRS McINTYRE Pbopsieteess. MRS McINTYRE begs to intimate to tourists and the travelling public generally that she is now thoroughly estab lisji d io the above well known house, and is prepared to eater for Boarders in the best style at MOnE.RA.TE CHARGES. COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND EVERY CONVENIENCE. Mrs Mclntyre, PROPRIETRESS.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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