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Business Notes.

Every man in Southland who is desirous of being. a king should read Air Hanson's notice in this week's “Cross,” and call round to the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade.

Alessrs J. A',. Alitchell and Co. sell horses, etc. in their yards to-day.

Residents of Edendale and Wyndham who contemplate repainting or renovating their homes would do well to consult Alessrs AlcCulloch Bros., painters, who are now working in these districts. Their work is too well known to need -further recommendation. and their prices are very reasonable. For a few pounds spent in painting wonderful results can bo obtained. They are ready to give prices at any time for every class of decorative work.

Alessrs Topp and Co. announce in this issue that they have taken over the Railway hairdressing saloon in Esk street, am! solicit a share of public patronage. In order to establish the business and get into touch with patrons they have arranged special concessions. Country visitors will find this the most convenient shop in town, as they can have their wants attended to while waiting for trains. In the shop all kinds of tobacco. cigars and • cigarettes are stocked, and those in search of smokers' requisites will find sample variety to choose from.

Classes open on Wednesday, Janj 80th, in connection with the Columbia school of divss-cutiing, conducted by Miss Seed, at the corner of Tay and Xith sts. I.adies desirous of learning- the art should avail themselves of the opportunity. The path of wisdom is almost as thorny as the path of grace, even though it may lead to diamonds. The path leading- to the Philadelphia Xuvelt,r Co.’s store, in the Arcade, is easily traversed, and the wise mother. father, sister, or brother, is the one who secures some of the tempting bargains offered therein. Address : Right opposite the Invercargill Labour Exchange, in the Arcade. Farmers and slock owners should read Messrs J. E. Watson and Co.'s advertisement on page 16. It is in reference to Jute tarpaulin stack covers, which are as good as a roof. Xot a farmer in the district should be without one.

Welcome information to many is the news that Messrs Thomson and Beattie’s summer sale starts on Saturday, Feb. 2nd. Sale circular will be issued with this paper on that date.

Mr T. Fkensteen has a number of young parrots on sale ; also a fresh supply of tanglefoot, jam covers, etc.

Messrs A. Noble and Co-, Dee st., have a large supply of school requisites on hand, and parents will receive liberal concessions.

A gentleman is a man who never does anything that is mean, selfish, or dishonourable ; who is always courteous, but never sycophantic, and one who reads the best of literature, procurable from Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co.’s Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry of poultry, pigs, etc., and general furniture for sale in the Exchange to-day.

Messrs Wm. Todd and Co. sell pigs, poultry, cows, and general goods in the Rialto to-day. Mr S. Stewart, top of Tay st., has a large supply of prime young ducks and poultry on hand. Send in your orders early. The best part of some sermons is the text, because it is the shortest. The best part of X.indsay and Co.’s sausages is that they go quickly because they are so nice. Their sliced ham, bacon, and fresh pork is eagerly sought after, and those who have not yet tried them should call early and often.

Some women are poor because they allow themselves to be imposed upon- Now, in buying boots and shoes they should be careful to see that they get the best value for their money. Purchasers say McConechy and Co.’s, in the ■rAr cade, are noted foi' stpdying the wants of customers', and guarantee satisfaction at very moderate cost. Their boots and shoes recommend themselves to the careful housewives.

Mr Richard Allen, Esk st., offers a rare chance of a choice property at a. low price. It would suit a working - gardener, or is an admirable home for a gentleman. The place is nicely-situated, and contains seven rooms. It is well worth immediate attention. Mr Allen will be happy to give all particulars. Against stupidity the gods are said to be powerless ; against intelligence they do not contend. Mr T. Hide has brought intelligence to bear in selecting hi.s stock , and the public are reaping the benefit. The ladies know where to deal and where to aet the best value for their money. You can patrooise our shop just as well as the highest lady in the land. Note address ; Tay st., a few doors from Dee st.

Messrs Phillip 8r05.,, of Dunedin, advise the public that they have taken over the late Mr Gerstenkorn’s studio in Esk st., and are 'having the. place fitted up in a thorough manner. In the photographic art they are past masters, and patrons' can rely on being well served. in order to convince the public that they are able to cater for them in an up-to-date style they are offering special concessions for a short period. Both studio and outdoor work are special lines with the firm, and they will be pleased to hear from those in need of their services.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 48, 26 January 1907

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