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Central Private Hotel, ESK STREET, INVERCARGILL (Late Brewer’s). Mrs A. C. DUNCAN has pleasure in announcing that she has taken over above hotel. Travellers can rely upon receiving every attention and comfort at Moderate Rates. Splendid Table.. Hot and Cold Baths. Single and Double Rooms. Special Rate for permanent Boarders. For a : l sorts of BOOTS & SHOES —T EY For QUANTITY and QUALITY. Note Address—AßCADE, Invercargill, COLYER’S DAIRY SUPPLY DESIRE to express their sincere THANKS to the inhabitants of Bluff port and surrounding district for their esteemed patronage during the past 10 years, and solicit a continuance of same. Colver Island, Sept. 19, 1907. Money to Lend AT A LOW RATE OF INTEREST. RO JT & STEWART Land Agents, Corner D. j e and Don stx-eets. MR GEO. FRO3GATT, will se 1 by Public Auction in premises lately occupied by Thos. Ekensteon, balance of Bankrupt itock and miscellaneous assortment of goods consisting of Crockery, Basketware, Lampware etc.

FOOTBALLERS Will tell you that the season is over, and that they fought a good light. They will also tell you that the Salvation 'Army is doing splendid work, with Staff-Captain Dixon leading on. Footballers gather round the open air meetings nightly. They admire the officers because they talk straight. Follow it up, brothers'. Throw in your lot with Christ, and register a goal for eternity. Ail welcome. None too poor.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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