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GREAT AUCTION SALE. BANKRUPT STOCK. TO-DAY (SATURDAY) at H a.m.; In Shop, lately occupied by Mr T.: Ekensteen. Roll up for Bargains. GEO. FROGGATT, Auctioneer. Physiognomy ! O. E. HUGO will lecture in the Y.M.C.A.. Hall on TUESDAY NEXT, 17th, on “Eyes and Eyebrows.” Admission FREE. Collection. Mr Hugo is in daily attendance lor consultation at Allen’s Hall. Money to Lend AT A LOW RATE OF INTEREST. ROJT & STEWART Land Agents, Corner Dee and Don streets. Try GRANT’S FRESH SHIPMENT of “ BLACK JACK” cut tobacco for a cool smoke Peterson’s Asbestos PIPES are selling like hot cakes at GRANT’S. Call and see the value. JAS, GRANT, TOBACCONIST, Dee street. GREYHOUND PUPS for SALE, by Merry Boy, from Darkness, by QamBter —Kate Kearney. A combination of the best New Zealand and Australian coursing blood—Apply T. EKENSTEEN, Bowmont I street, Invercargill. _____ WHY GCMBALD ? When you can procure a splendid Hair Restorer at a low price. Try a sample bottle from JAS. DBWB, Hairdresser, Kelvin street.

POLICEMEN ! Know the good work the SALVATION ARMY is doing in Invercargill. They see it in their daily rounds. The crowds that attend the meetings are evidence of it. You can come and bring your friends. Salvation free and without price is held out to all. Come and hear the plain truths told so that a child may understand

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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