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•XTICTOEIA HALL, MUNICIPAL V BUILDINGS. FRIDAY, 27th SEPT., 1907. HOME RULE ; What it -would do for Ireland and the Empire. CHAS. WATT, Ksq., President Protestant Defence Association of New Zealand, Lecturer. His Worship the Mayor (Mr W. B, Scandrett) will take the chair at 8 pm. Admission —One Shilling. Have you children growing up ? Do you realise what it means for a family to grow up without any knowledge of music, without keeping in touch with the world’s progress in music ? There is one easy, inexpensive way to treat your family to the best music of the world —by the purchase of an Edison Phonograph Ana Edison Gold - Moulded Records. The Edison Dhonograph is the most perfect method of reproducing all music, whether instrumental or vocal. The EDISON gold-moulded RECORDS are the most distinct and carefully made records in the world. They represent the best selections of grand opera, the best popular songs, the best dance music, in fact the best of everything- In the shape of PHONOGRAPHS and RECORDS you can get at the PHONOGRAPH SUPPLY STORE, In the Arcade, Esk street, Invercargill, Where you will see Records stacked from floor to ceiling. “Frame your mind to Mirth And Merriment, which bars a thousand harms And lengthens life.” Follow Shakespeare’s advice, and get an EDISON PHONOGRAPH and RECORDS from the Piionoqraph Supply Store IN THE ARCADE, Esk Street, Invercargill. To Country People. Our Stock is new and well-selected. No shoddy boots in stock. Patrons can rely on getting a good article ' at the LOWEST PRICE. T. HOLMES, The Champion Boot Shop, Tay street. The latest genuine and up to-date Novelty. A New Composition. All the rage in America. It will mend any tears, patches, cuts, etc., in any cloth, silks, satins, kid gloves, umbrellas, etc., in a few seconds, without needle or cotton. It makes a much neater and lasting mend than cot • ton, and will stand washing. A hot iron does the work in a moment. There is enough in one packet to mend dozens of tears. , PRICE Is. A, NOBLE & Co„ FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM , Dee-st. (Opposite Club Hotel.) The Post Office is opposite. W. J. KEANE, Tobacconist and Newsagent, “ TWEENIE ” CIGARS. More than a Cigarette. Less than a Cigar. “ Tweenie’s ” are a secret brand manufactured from small leaves of the Choicest Tobaccos imported from Havana and else where —leaves which a:e too small to be made into the usual Is cigars. Packets—4, for 9d, 8 for Is 6d. Only at N. J. KEANE’S. WORKING MAN’S HOME. RITCHIE ST,, East Invercargill—■ 6-Room House, with usual outbuildings ; freehold section ; £350. 5-Room house, bathroom, water laid on ; freehold section ; £350 , Easy terms. W. B. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Corner Dee and Esk sts., Invercargill

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. MAYNE, Princes street. South Invercargill. N.B. —To avoid delay, please send orders early. Eggs for SettingBrown and White Leghorns, White Wyandottes, 15 Eggs os, 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.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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