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Buy your WATCHES, JEWELLERY, and . . > SILVERWARE prom Stewart Dawson’s, G 2792. —18ct. Gold Diamond and Emerald Ring, £B/8/E2443.—Set. Gold Bird and Amethyst Brooch, 15/6 F1631.—9c1w Gold Brooch, set with Diamonds and Sapphire, 25/E 3004. —9ct. Gold Bar Brooch, 8/6 Smaller size, 6/6 Any Name engraved, 1/- extra. F3804A. —9ot. Gold Pin Obarm, 5/6 9/6 Gold Mounted Tusk Brooches, various designs, 17/6 18/6 25/—9ct. Solid Gold 18/6 Others at 18/6 2S/- 30/WHERE You can rely upon getting the very best value. WHERE There -is no . . subtifuge. WHERE Everything is marked in plain figures at lowest cash prices. WHERE A child can buy at the same price as a man with ten thousand a year; and a country customer is as well treated as a city one. CATALOGUES SENT FREE. STEWART DAWSON & CO. Jewellers, Princes &. Dowling Streets, OUINEOIIN, BEGG’S

New Sixpenny Songs. I’ll wait you where the Scarlet Poppies Bloom My Lovin’ Henry May Bo Pal of Mine Coax Mo Ain’t you coming back to old Aew Hampshire, Molly ? In the City of Sighs and Tears Beyond the Gates of Paradise (Sacred song) Keep on the Sunny Side (enormous success) Give me the good old land of my birth Central, give me back my dime You’ll never miss the water till the well runs dry Something seemed to say (comic) If the man in the Moon were a Coon My Sunbeam Lou Ltt me die on the Deep (a fine bass song) Sympathy. (Don’t Worry, Bill) Remember me to Mother Dear Queen of old Samara The Scottish Huntsman (Scotch comic) I’m on the Spree (Leonard Nelson’s popular comic) My Sweet lola (the success of "Blue Moon’’) Queen of Love (a fine baritone song by Bd. St. Quentin) Shall I lie an Angel, Daddy ? (a beautiful child’s song) My Bungalow in Borneo (Miss Cassia Walmer’s success) Colombo (one of the most popular of the 6d edition). Piano Solos— 6d each. Anona. Intermezzo (piano solo) At a Georgia Camp. Meeting (charac-: teristic march) Laughing water (piano solo) Waldmere March (piano solo) Whistling Rufus (a characteristic Arad erican march) Besses o’ th’ Barn March (piano solo)) Smoky Mokes (cake walk ; piano solo) Mobile Prance Cake Walk Mayflower Schottische Heliotrope Waltz Would you Care Waltz Choristers’ Waltz Bit of Blarney (two step) Egypt Waltz Flying Arrow March Dolores Waltz Lobster’s Promenade (another Mosh quito's Parade) Uncle Sammy March Civil Service March Prog and the Nightingale (Dane© Characteristique) Rooster’s Promenade Princess Pochahontas March (two step) NOTE ADDRESS : Esk street - Invercargill

Rava tea may well ba styled the great family tea on account oi high esteem in which it is held in families who constantly use it. Price Is 6d per pound ; 10 lbs for 13s 9d.

Many years ago Mr J. S. Baxter introduced the now Famous Rava j Tea grown in Sunny Ceylon. This I delightful beverage has steadily | grown in popularity ever since. Try ! at.: 1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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