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Business Notes.

Values of gold for coins of silver is no figure of speech, but a. .literal reality, when applied to Messrs Thomsion and Beat t ie’s sales. The present one ends Saturday night, I* ebruary 16th. Fp till then you can buy nothing but what is under value, in many things much under cost of production.

Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses, etc., in their yards to-day. Mr R. J. Gumming, land and estate agent. Athenaeum buildings, has a desirable .6-roomecl house in Tweed street for sale ; also lirst-class building sites in Gladstone. We can’t all go to the Christchurch Exhibition, and if wo did we would not be able to buy better phonographs or more up-to-date records than those offered by the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade. Mr Hanson has made a study of the business, and keeps a first-class stock of sundries. In repairs he is in a position to overhaul machines and make them equal to new. Call round ami hear a. few selections, and business is almost sure to result.

Mr Wm. Young, late town clerk to the borough, is now in business in the Arcade, as house, land, estate, and commission agent. Mr Young has had considerable experience, and his services as valuator, arbilfator, etc., should be in good ‘demand. Mr Young also undertakes the sales of properties, and clients can rest: assured that their interests will be guarded, some farther particulars are given in advertisement in this issue of the “Southern Cross."

Messrs Wm. Todd and Co. have a largo entry for their weekly market sale in the Rialto ••to-dav.

There's no in breaking- the kitchen knives trying’ to open oysters. Slip round to Tom KkenSteen’s neat’ Messrs ,1. A. Mitchell and Co.:s saleynrds in Deo street , and purchase an oyster knife, and while there have a look round his varied stock of useful go o ds. If your eyesight is not as good as it used to be, -have a pair of glasses. He has a good line at one shilling ; see them to-day. A' woman knows more in a minute than a man knows 1 in a lifetime, and when she sends her orders to hi iid say and Co.’s-, in Tay street, you can bet your life she’s right, and has discovered the best place to buy poultry, hams, bacon, and lovely pork sausages. .For Violins, History of the Besses o’ the Barn, Novels. and popular songs don’t fail to call at Messrs Hillicrap, Me Naught on and Co.’s, in Eslc street. Their stocks are well selected, abd their prices suit all purses.

Don't get irritable a nd tell yourself your husband does not love you if he speaks sharply sometimes. You ihave married a man —not an angel—and you must remember in the first place that he told you to buy your boots and shoes a t McConechy and Co.'s, in the Arcade, and if you had taken the advice you would have saved money, and had a neat fitting boot now. If the shoe pinches throw it away, and call and select , from their lovely stock, and make life a joy forever. On Friday and Saturday, February loth a nd 16th Marie Narelle, the Queen of Irish Song, gives a farewell concert in Victoria Hall. Those who had the pleasure of attending these high-class entertainments on a former visit will be glad to loam of this return tour. Marie Narelle is an undoubted star, and her songs are handled in a stylo that wins the way to hearts in a very short time. Popular prices have been arranged, and Mr Fred Chepman is now in town attending to detail.

Mr W. B. Scandrett has a choice little property at Qummies Bush for sale. The property is suitable for a working man, and is near Riverton. The house, section and all is offered at £BO.

Particulars of Messrs McKay Bros.’ auction sale are advertised in this issue, and include a number of choice pot plants. Those in search of good, useful bargains should read the Philadelphia Novelty Co.’s advt. in this issue, in reference to what man wants here below, and follow up the advice given by purchasing at the store, in the Arcade, right opposite the Southland Labour Exchange. Messrs A. Noble a nd Co. have just landed a fresh supply of Post cards 1 , and invite public inspection. Their stock is extensive, and there are cards to suit all classes. New Zealand was the first British colony to accord women the parliamentary franchise, and Mr T. Hide’s, in Tay st., is the best shop in town to buy crockery, glass, enamel ware, plated goods, etc. In fact, Mr Hide has a stodlk' second to none in town, and patrons can rely on being well served.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 9 February 1907

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