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TO BUILDERS & IRONWORKERS.: TENDERS are invited until noonon THURSDAY, 26th Sept,, for the erection of about 100 feet of Iron and Glass Verandah in Dee st., and for alterations to Messrs Wcsney Bros’, shop. GHAS. H. ROBERTS. Architect, 53 Esk street.BOROUGH OF IN VTDRCARGILL. SUPPLY OF GRAVEL. TENDERS are invit-.vc! by the Borough Council up to 7.30 p.m-.-on Friday, 27th inst., for the supply of 500 yards of Now River Gravel. Specifications may be seen at the town Hall, Tay street. The lowest or any tender not necess'arily accepted. T. W. WALKER, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Invercargill I.9th Sept., 1907. Dairy Farm, 261 ACRES—9O acres in grass, 70 acres ploughed, ready for crop, balance tussock, easily ploughed, live paddocks well fenced, one mile from station, school, store, factory, on good road. PRICE, £5 per acre.;' Or easy terms may he arranged. W. S 3. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Corner Dee and Esk-sta., Invercargill T\/| cKAY BROTHERS will eell in the IVi EXCHANGE Sale Rooms Eskst-to-day (SATURDAY) as under—--12 noon —Cows. 2-.45 p.m. —Pigs—including 25 stores 1.30 p.m.—150 bags Potatoes, 12 Dags Oats. 30 bags Carrots, Crushed Linseed, Large Sashes, 80 Cases Oranges, Mandarins, and Apples.2 p.m.—A large quantity of New and Secondhand Furniture and General Goods, 12 pairs Bools, 20 newj Lawn Mowers, Bikes, etc. STATIONERY for the Office, the school, the homo. We import direct, and can show a variety in all lines.Prices bedrock. We want your cus-: tom., LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO.-, Esk Street. FRESH SUPPLY of Upton Shu clair’s Novel. "'The .Jungle,” in Sixpenny Edition. “The Uncle Tom’s Cabin of Wage Slavery.”- It is writ-; ten of sweat and blood. LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO, ( Esk Street. OWEN WISTER’S famour romance,“The Virginian,” now published in Sixpenny Edition. A huge selection of the finest novels written obtainable at sixpence each at LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street.

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907

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