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I Luv the Hooster. Josh Billings says: “ I luv the rooster for 2 things, one iz the kro that iz in him, and the other iz the spurs that are on him to back up iz kro with.” We are crowing long and loud for our hardware, and. we’ve got the right kind of Hardware to back up our crow with. No matter what you want in these goods—from a hatchet to a spade-—it’s here. The kind of hardware you want is the kind we’ve got, and a purchase from our stock will prove to you that our goods are dependable. SMITH AM) LAING The shop that serves you Best, Invercargill.

“DINNA BE PIT AFF ! Cock o’ the North is the Genuine Tea. I maun hae that.”

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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