NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned JOHN RAINING- GEDDES, ARTHUR JOHN GEDDES, and HERBERT RAINING GEDDES, carrying on business as Merchant Tailors, at Invercargill tinder the style or. firm of “J. H. GEDDES AND SONS,” das this- day: been dissolved by mutual consent, so far as concerns- the said John Raining ' Geddes-, who retires from the said firm. ALL DEBTS due by the late firm will be paid by the said John Raining Geddas, and all -debts owing to the lato firm must bo paid forthwith, and will be received by the said Arthur John Geddes and Herbert Ha-ining Geddes, who will continue to carry on the said business in- partnership under the old style or firm of J. H. Geddes and Sons. Dated this 4th dav of Feb-, 1907, j/h. geddes. A. J. GEDDES. IL H. GEDDES. Witness— W. MACA LI S TER, Solicitor, Invercargill. I THE UNDERSIGNED, herewith tender my sincere thanks to the inhabitants of Invercargill and surrounding -districts' for the liberal support that has been accorded to me for these last thirty years, and can with confidence ask for a continuation of the same liberal support to my sons, as they have in reality managed the business with marked success for these last nine years. J. H. GEDDES. Referring to th e above, we would respectfully ask for a continuance of the liberal support that has been accorded to the old firm, and can with confidence -assure the public that no effort will be spared on our part to turn out up-to-date garments at the lowest possible prices. A. J. GEDDES. H. H. GEDDES. FIRST-CLASS DAIRY OR POULTRY FARM. Freehold of 52 acres, within 12 miles of Invercargill ; close to railway, school, and church ; suitable for dairy or poultry farm ; three dwelling houses go with the property. A portion of, the laud is let, bringing in sufficient to cover interest on the whole of the purchase money. A' rare chance for an industrious man. Owner leaving for the North. Early application necessary. C. W. BROWN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, Esk Street. The steamer Larchmonte, bound for New York, and carrying nearly 200 passengers, collided with another vessel, and sank in ten minutes. As she -disappeared amidst a scene of terror, ten women (Salvationists) knelt on the deck, and sang—” On-* ward, Christian *Soldiors.
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 16 February 1907
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