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BEFORE the WEDDING Get Our Illustrated Catalogue. It is a complete Jewellery Store right in your hands. The pictures represent each article just exactly as it is. It is far easier to pick out a Birthday, Wedding, or Christmas present, or something to please yourself, in our Catalogue than in a real Jewellery Store, and you have plenty of time to think and select just what you want. When you buy from us you take absolutely no risk whatever. We prepay all charges. We absolutely guarantee safe delivery. We do not ask you to pay your money—merely deposit it with us as you would in a bank. If for any reason whatever you don’t like the article, send it back and your money will be returned instantly. Your request for return of your money is like a cheque on a bank. We have been doing business for 36 years. We do the largest business done by anyone in our line in Australasia. We have eight large popular stores. Thousands upon thousands have bought and worn our goods for years, and know that we sell only the best for the money, and at lowest prices for anything you can afford to buy at all. Order as many articles as you like, return what you don’t want, and get your money back instantly. We give you ample and reasonable time to decide. Sincerely your friends and honest advisers in the Jewellery Business. I 62 and 64 Princes Street, DUNEDIN. I I ABSOLUTELY NO TRAVELLERS OR AGENTS EMPLOYED. I

BEGG’S Mew Sixpenny Songs. I’ll wait you where the Scarlet Poppies Bloom My Lovin’ Henry May Be Pal of Mine Coax Me Ain't you coming back to old New 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 Lit me die on the Peep (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 Ed. St. Quentin) Shall I be an Angel, Daddy ? (a beautiful child’s song) ! My Bungalow in Borneo (Miss Cassie Walmer’s success) Colombo (one of the most popular of the 6d edition). Piano SplOS— 6d each. Anona. Intermezzo (piano solo) At a Georgia Camp Meeting (characteristic march) Laughing water (piano solo) Waldmere March (piano solo) Whistling Rufus (a characteristic American march) Besses o’ th’ Barn March (piano solo)i 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 Mosquito’s Parade) Uncle Sammy March Civil Service March Frog and the Nightingale (Dance Ch arac t eri st ique ) Rooster's Promenade Princess Pochahontas March (two step) NOTE ADDRESS ; Esk street - Invercargill»

The Americans again ? No, not this time. They are a wonderful people, but they have no Bava Tea. Let us sympathise with them. All the same we will continue to enjoy a fragrant cup of Baxter’s choice Hava Tea. Only Is 6;d per lb ; 10 lb tin for 13s 9d. Try it. To all whom it may concern. Hear ye ! hear ye ! and may it he known far and wide that a ten pound tin of BAXTER’S Famous Rava Tea can he bought for 13s 9d.

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

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