Public Notices Over 14,000 of these Ranges m use m New Zealand 'ORIOF COOKING RANGE £ lilLiCr^ Lf|:-Q;:: .1 CQ Jill | S s iiSr^^'T T' : ' t r!||| * f i I w""°"\ I ! ! i ii o T"!i ! \W\\U s SINGLE AND DOUBLE OV3*3. They will Burn LIGNITE, TRUE COAL or WOOD up to 24 inches long. The Flues are all SELF-CONTAINED and need NO SETTING. Ca be worked In a CHIMNEY or with STOVE PIPE. The Oven Bottoms HEAT WELL : Good Bread Bakers. Very suitable for Shepherds' Huts, Sheep Stations Farms, Hotels, and Dwelling-houses. MADE IN~ALL SIZES. HIGH OR LOW PRESSURE BOILERS FITTED ITheso RANGES aro guaranteed to bo all that is said of them In the Catalogue. H. E. SHACKLOCK, MAKER OF THE CELEBRATED PATENT " ORION" COOKING RANGE. SOLD BY ALL IRONMONGERS. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION TO THE MAKER AND • PATENTEE. H. E. SHACKIiOCK,PSouthend Foundry, Crawford St., DUNEDIN. GREAT SPECIALTY AT THE DEE STAEET CJENTLKMi'JN : — I luivo to-day opened out direct from Moßsrs Young & Roohoßter, and Welch, Murgetson & Co, of London, over LIUU worth of novelties m Silk Ties and Bows, etc Prettiest Goods m lnvercargill Also : From the famous Work! Renowned Hat Manufacturers Messrs Christy & Co and Messra Tovvnaond and Co of London, over 50 doz. Gents' Hats and Caps m all the leading Shapes and styles— to convince you CALL and just PEEP INTO OUR WINDOWS R. GRAY, Manager and Proprietor. W^^^yV^li^ Delicious Beverage - « FOR BREAKFAST LUNCHEON, OR 7 SUPPER, VAN HOUTEN'S GOCOA. ; Easy to Make. Easy to Digest. Exquisite Flavour and Aromas )'' ; BODY — NOURISHED, DIGESTION! — ASSISTED, NERVES —v STIMULATED^ • BRAIN ,— INVIGORATED, ■. .• V.' . BY ' • , VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA. A Breakfast Cupful of this delightful. ' - ■ Cocoa costs less" than one farthing. "DEERING" " PONY" ALL STEEL BINDERS Lightest Draught Binder m the World. BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS. DEERING ntroduced tho first Tino Binder to New Zealand." Deering introduced to tho world the Lightesb Draught Sinder viz— the " Pony." Two horaeß draw it easily. The coming harvest ia the Seventh Year Deering'e. BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS FITTED TO ALL THEIR MACHINES Imitators are now starting to copy Daering'a Ball aud Roller Bearings, aud are therefor SEVEN YEARS BEHIND DEERING'S-oonaequently "DEERING BINDER SURPASS ALL OTHERS. The DEERING BINDER will go on any hillside that ca be ploughed with a Double-furrow Plough. TESTIMONIAL:— Glasgow Farm, Moagiel.May 1, 1897. Messrs Reid and Gray Gentlemen,— l wish to state that the "Pony" Dsering Binder I purahased from you last season has given me every satisfaction, and can confidently recommend the same to intending purchasers. Light draught Bhe is undoubtedly, as I only used the Bame two horses all the season— Yours Truly, Walter Blaokie. ' DEERING "IDEAL" MOWERS, with Ball and Roller Bearings. The Beat Mower ever offered to the Farmers. REID & GRAY'S PATENT DISC HARROWS, made all Bizes. Use less oil and have leas friction m all bearing parts than those of other Makers. "EUREKA" DOUBLE-DRILL TURNIP AND MANURE SOWER. PATEN MANURE AND GRAIN AND TURNIP DRILLS. All combinations— ll, 13, 15, and 1 Coulters. This Machine is a Positive Manure Forcefeed, and will sow evenly any quantity 8 may bo desired. SIXTY-SIX MACHINES ALREADY SOLD THIS SEASON. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORLD • FAMED RUDGE WHITWORTH BICYCLES, ~- THE STANDARD MACHINES OF ENGLAND. REID AND GRAY.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Southland Times, Issue 13939, 1 January 1898

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Southland Times, Issue 13939, 1 January 1898

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