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NOW DON’T FORGET! ALL THE LATEST AND BEST Phonographic Records Are to be found at. the Phonograph Supply Store, THE AROADE, INVERCARGILL. Hi&asic I iiiusic ! We have purchased a special line of Songs, 'Duets, Quartettes, Piano,, Violin, and Flute, and music for all instruments. The usual price of this music is 2s, but our PRICE to clear is SIXPENCE. Come and take your pick only at A, NOBLE & Co,’s FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM, Dee-sfc. (Opposite Club Hotel)

Jewellery “ Enough is—enough,” says the wit, but where is the Woman that ever had enough Jewellery. BROWN Jeweller, Don street, just round the corner from Dee street, has a splendid stock on hand. Call & inspect. W. A. BROWN, JfiWELLEB, DON STREET’ TENDERS FOR MEAT, FISH, AND BREAD. The union steamship company OF NEW ZEALAND, (Limited) call for tenders for the above supplies to their Steamers at the Bluff, commencing from Ist DECEMBER NEXT. MEAT—For 3,6, or 12 months. BREAD—For 6 or 12 months l . FRESH FISH —For 12 months. Tenders close at Invercargill office at 5 p.m. on THURSDAY, October 31st. Specifications to be seen at the Company’s offices at Invercargill or Bluff. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (Limited). Crescent. Time is Money. BUSINESS MEN, when they go out for a shave don’t want to be kept waiting. They can’t afford it. At the same time they want a clean and comfortable, as well as a quick, shave. That’s where we come in. Next time you are looking for a nice shave in a hurry, go to JAMBS GRANT, Dee street. BOOTS FOR STRONG MEN. The Tariff doesn’t trouble me. I can still supply you . with the BEST BARGAINS in all FOOTWEAR. NO SHODDY. Give me a trial, and you will be suro to appreciate my Goods. T. HOLMES The Champion Boot Shop, Tay st., In’gill. Firewood Busk. 24 ACRES FIREWOOD BUSH, 1$ acres cleared and ready for crop, 2% miles from town ; large 6-roomed house and scullery, fireplace in each room ; washhouse, copper and tubs ; PRICE £650. Easy terms. W B. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Comer D md Ksk-sts., Invercargill SIXPENCE EACH. ' A Metamorphosis, by Richard Mkrsh; Set to Partners, by G. Warden ‘ My Watch Below, by W. Clark Russel ; The Wood End, by Buckrose ; Paul Kelvcr, by Jerome K. Jerome. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street.

For all sorts of t BOOTS & SHOES —T KY imnMnniWii m wn ■!<«■■— —w M‘Oonechy & Co For QUANTITY and QUALITY. Note Address—AßCADE, Invercargill.

UndrllFs Hats always on top

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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