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“WHEN GREEK MEETS GREEK,’' by Joseph Hatton, sixpenny edition. Written in spirited and vigorous English ; a story of life in Raids during- ‘-The Terror.” KELLI CRAP. McNAUQHTON & CO., Esk Street. _ “UNDER THE ARCH OF LIFE/-' by Lady Henry Somerset ; Joan Hask, by H. Rider Haggard ; Raffles, by E. W. Horning ; He Loved But One, by Frankfort Moore. All just published in sixpenny edition. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO.. Esk Street. Ladies, Attention ! Now is the time for SPRINGCLEANING. If you want your carpets lifted, windows cleaned, or gentral work done PROMPTLY AND WELL, just drop a note to W, J.. MAINE, Princes street. South Invercargill- N.B.—To avoid delay, plea-se send orders early. Eggs for Setting. Brown and White Leghorns, White Wyandottes, 1.5 Eggs ss, postage and packing Is 6d extra- My Brown Leghorns beat the same breed in the N.Z. Competitions by 34 eggs each. MRS GRAHAM, Fairfax.

LOVERS I Whether old or young, will find a profitable way of spending an hour and hearing something that will enable them to live better lives here, and fit them for eternity, which is drawing nearer day by day, by atsending the Salvation Army meetings, in Tay street. A hearty welcome to all. You can have a guinea seal, a 1-guinea seat, a shilling seat, or the best seat in the hall without money. Come, and God bless you.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 21, 7 September 1907

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