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Business Notes.

A wise young man keeps an eye on himself and two on his best girl. At timer She thinks that he is going to lose her, and his peace of mind is upset. Mr Hanson, of the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade, tells young men how to win back ! the love, win a wife and be happy ever afterwards. Call and consult him. He. can supply you with the means of winning your way to the heart of the best lady in the land by .means of his wonderful phonographs. * * * • At Mr A. Noble’s fancy goods shop in Dee street the public will find a choice selection of 1907 diaries —for the office, the desk, or the pocket. Before making a supply of jam it is well to secure the jars. Mr Noble has a large and varied stock to hand. Call round and see him, * * * * The war is still raging at Mr T. Hide's, and all and sundry are invited to call and secure useful and seasonable goods. A full supply of diaries are now to hand. Mr Hide, is still in the same place—Tay street —but his goods are in every home in Southland. * * * * Now that the holidays are over the busy housewife will turn her attention to jam-making. In this' issue Mr J. T. Gibson, Dee street, calls special attention to his stock of necessary requisites. For nice ripe fruit at a moderate price one of the best places to call is the Covont Garden Tea rooms, corner Dee and Don streets. Mr P., Marshall invites tenders up till 4 pan. on Wednesday, 16th January, for the erection in bi'ick of a Presbyterian Church at Waianiwa The building will be a substantial one. and should serve the district for some time to come. * • « • Mr R. J. Cumining advertises a first-class 6-roomed house in Gladstone for sale, and a ‘desirable 8-. roomed house within twelve minuted of xxost office. * • » * The Philadelphia Novelty Company advise the public of Southland of “thing's that make us smile.” Their stock is new and ‘the prices are right. Call round at the Arcade. * * » *’ For up-to-date boots and shoes at a moderate price Messrs McConcchy and Co. can supply any' demands, and promise to give the best value in town.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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