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Geisha Tea AND i Luncheon Rooms ESK STREET. MRS Me NATTY wishes to intima that she has engaged the services of First-class Competent Baker And is now in a position to SUPPLY LATEST NOVELTIES. —in— AFTERNOON CAKES, ETC., of Most Superior Quality. FRESH BUNS AND SCONES Will be made a SPECIALITY, and ONCE TRIED will ensure Regular Custom. A.C.M. Tea Rooms LEE STREET. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE ROOMS. The Finest in the Colony. Wedding and Presentation Parties catered for on the Premises. OUR SOCIAL ROOM COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES OVER 100 GUESTS. MI UAIL’S a.. C. M. Tea Rooms Phillips Bros. STUDIO : ESK-ST, INVERCARGILL. E. A, PHlLLlPS...Photographer. Under Patronage of Hia Excellency the Governor, Lord Plunket. High-class portraiture enlargements A SPECIALTY. No job too large, and nothing; too small. We put tke best of our skill in your little portrait (8 for Is, two positions). Our enlargements can’t be excelled. Copied from a ny photo,; or picked out of a group, and ready to adorn your walls from 20s upwards. Come and select your own frame. A large stock kept on hiandv Bring your pictures to us to be fram, ed. We are the cheapest and best.-, Our Motto ; Courtesy and Satisfaction to Everybody.. With your support and our good principles we must succeed. SAPPHIRES FOR SEPTEMBER. A maiden born when spring’s green leaves Are rustling in September’s breeze, A sapphire on her brow should bind,, ’Twill cure diseases of the mind. Whichever month it may be I am always supplied with the BIRTH STONES. The beautiful and artistic settings that you find here cannot fail to delight the eye. W. A. BROWN, JEWELLER & WATCHMAKER, DON STREET (JUST BOUND TSE GOBNEB ). The Glasgow Butchery Go DEB STREET— DON STREET— Telephone 74. Telephone 295. The Leading Meat Purveyors WHOLESALE and retail BUTCHERS, The Primes! of Beef, Mutton, Pork: AT BEDROCK PRICES.; —Small Goods a Speciality.— Compare our Prices with other shops.; All Meat ticketed in plain figures, and sold at lowest remunerative prices FOR CASH, Orders by post or telephone receive careful and prompt attention, COUNTRY ORDERS made up under my personal supervision, Wm. Wills, Jnr

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 21, 7 September 1907

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 21, 7 September 1907

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