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TiOME SWEET HOME ><l <h Edison THINKS And his Phonograph talks! COMB A D HEAR IT TALK AND SING . . . at the Phonograph Supply Store, In THE ARCADE, Esk street Invercargill DUNLOF MOTOR TYRES m Mbs VL Ensure long distance Motoring at little expense. UNEQUALLED for STRENGTH, WEAR and RELIABILITY. The only Tyre for > rough Australian Roads. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION. DUNLOP RUBBER CO., all states and n.2. Opening Announcement. Mr B. B. Jones BEGS to notify the public of Invercargill and the people of Southland, that he has disposed of his business as a chemist and drug-* gist to Mr J. W. MAIR (of this town), a Pharmaceutical Chemist (by xamination) of eleven years’ experience in first-class Pharmacies in Invercargill, Dunedin, and Napier. Mr J ones trusts that his clients, both in town and country, will extend to Mr Mair the same liberal support and confidence enjoyed by himself during he last twenty-nine years. I have much pleasure in informing ou that I have purchased the Goodwill, Stock-in-trade, etc., of the old-' established family business of Chemist and Druggist, carried on since the year 1879. by Mr E, B. JONES. The stock is now being steadily replenished with all the newest and latest requirements of a first-class Pharmacy.i It is my intention to make a special l feature of the dispensing of Physicians’ Prescriptions, which will have my personal attention at all times, and trust to merit a share of your patronage and support. Country Orders by post and telephone promptly despatched. J. Wm. MAIR (Successor to E. B. Jones), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ' (By Exam.), 131 DEE STREET (near Yarrow st.Ji INVERCARGILL. Telephone ... 123.

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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