Messrs A. Noble and Co. insert a seasonable notice in reference to the jam season. Mr T. Ekensteen, near Messrs Mitchell and Co.'s sale yards, has a supply of tanglefoot on hand. Thete is no need to be troubled with house flies with this spltendid preparation to hand. Housewives will find it to their advantage to call on Mr Ekensteen for jam-pot covers, preservingpans, etc. No need to send out of town for prime young - ducks, fowls-, fresh egesables, butter, eggs, etc.. They can be delivered at your door on short notice. Drop a note to S. Stewart, top of Tay street, and he is at your services with the best of everything.
Messrs Mm. Todd and Co. sell pig-s, poultry, cows, and a host of useful articles in their rooms to-day.
One thing is certain, and that is you cannot do better than call at Lindsay and Co.’s, in Tay street, for your supplies of prime bacon, ham, boiled hocks, trotters, and tip-top sausages.
The Southland County Council invite tenders for a number of works in this issue.
Mr W. B. Scandrett has sections for sale in all parts of the town and suburbs. Money is a secondary consideration. Any reasonable terms can be arranged. Call just now.
For books worth reading Messrs Lillicrap, McXaughton and Co. have a supply of the very best to hand. In pianos the firm are agents for the famous “Dresden, and it is sufficient to say that it is giving- satisfaction in hundreds of Southland homes at the present time. It draws like a magnet ! What ? Why McConechy and Co.’s boot sale in the Arcade. Mothers are bringing their children for boots and shoes ; fathers are tumbling over each other to get school boots that will keep their boys' feet dry ; and young- men and maidens like to have neat-fitting-boots. You can do the same by asking for McConechy and Co.'s, in the Arcade. Xo need to go to the expense and worry of building a home. Mr T. F. Macdonald, land agent, Esk street, has a lovely home for sale at a very moderate cost ; also a freehold quarter acre at a low price. Call and have a chat over those properties. Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses, etc., including a truck of light horses from Christchurch, in their yards to-day. One of the best displays of postcards is to be found in Mr T. Hide's fancy goods shop, in Tay street. He has a very larg-e selection to choose from. A special clearing sale of boots and shoos commences to-day at Cookham House, Dee street (north). The proprietor (Mr H. Ibbotson; has j decided t-o dispose of a line 300 pairs at a considerable reduction—in fact, half cost. Farmers and others ib search of reliable footwear would do well to secure some of these bargains. As already mentioned, the sale is now in full swing.
Considerable alteration has been made in Mr W. B. Scandrott’s haifpage advertisement on pag'o 4. Mr Scandrett is a live man—he knows the value of printer’s ink to advert i sers.
The Philadelphia Novelty Co. is still in possession of the Arcade, and their stock is selling like hot. cakes. The only reason for the liberal patronage—and a very good one it is—isthe fact that they are selling a real goad stock at cost price. Read their advt. on another page and call round to-day. We understand it has been Mr E. G. Undrill’s good fortune to secure the splendid stock in premises known as the “Economic,’- Dee street, for the. very low price of 11s in the £. It will be seen by the new advertisement that the public are to share in these bargains as the prices qaioted arc very much lower than have been previously seen. The stock is wellknown as one of the best in town, and those in search of good reliable ■articles in clothes, etc., would do - well to pay a visit to this up-to-date establishment. The old-established firm of Messrs Price and Bulleid insert an advertisement in this issue that should commend itself to the ladies of their district. They are noted for keeping a stock of the latest and best goods on the market, and patrons can rely on being well treated.
| Messrs McKay Brothers have a large entry for their sale in the Exchange sale rooms to-day. Stock owners having a reliable medicine chest in their possession may save valuable stock, and should certainly provide themselves with them if they have not already done so. Messrs Searle and Brass, Dee street, have been appointed agents for Day, Sons, and Hewitt, of London, and are retailing their reliable cattle medicines, with full instructions as to use, at from £1 Is to £4 4s per chest. They are invaluable to sheep owners and stock owners generally.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
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