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Business Notes.

Teachers and parents will find it to their advantage to purchase thenschool requisites from Messrs Viesney Bros., the old-established firm. All books’ are sold at published prices. Some further particulars are given on page S of this issue. Messrs Thomson and Beattie, Ltd., give our readers the good advice of “■Don't get wet." How to avoid g-otting wet will be found in their advertisement in this issue. Mr T, F. Macdonald. land agent. Esh st., offers several tip-top properties for safe. Why pay a heavy rent, when by consulting Mr Macdonald you can become your own landlord ? To those wishing to build —a superior 1-acre corner section in 'Appleby should receive attention. A full list of leading properties can be inspected at his office near the Arcade.

Messrs Smith and Lalng call special attention to their display of beautiful hanging lamps, ornaments, electroplated goods, furnishings, and ironmongery. Inspection is invited, and when in town country folk should make a call. All the latest goods ticketed in plain figures, within the reach of all.

Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. soil horses in their yards to-day.

No doubt a very 1 a age number of people will journey to Christchurch on Monday morning on account of the cheap railway excursion fares'. Those going woukl do well to lay in some lovely sliced ham, and have a good breakfast of choice bacon or delicious sausages before going. landsay and Co.. Tay st., have no branches in the North, but they have an extra large supply on hand to-day to meet all requirements. Call round and lay in a supply.

One of the first duties of every sensible housewife should be to spend money to the best advantage, whether it lie in food, clothing, or charities,. Those wishing to act on this suggestion will find that lor general furnishings of a superior quality, Messrs' Herbert, Haynes and Co. lead the way. Not shoddy stuff —but the best procurable in the leading markets. and retailed at the lowest prices to the buying public of Southland. When shopping 'don't forget to call at the leading house.

Messrs McTvay Bros. advertise- a big' list for their sales in the Exchange- to-day, including' fruit. pot plants, etc. Butchers and others who have ceased work; at the slaughteryards will have some spare time just now, and if they are on the lookout for good, wholesome readitig- matter, they would do well to pay a visit to Messrs L.illicrap, McXaug-hton and Co.’s. In a special advertisement this week Mr W. B. Scandrett offers a choice farm at Otatara for sale. In his largo advt. on page 4 a number of now properties have been added, to take the place of those disposed of. Those in search of land or houses should road the list carefully over. Messrs Mm. Todd and Co. sell a. special lino of prize poultry in * the P i al t o. Happy is the man with a mother-in-law. She directs his household affairs, secs that his wife looks after him. or else she does it herself ; watches that his money is judiciously spent, and studies the ‘''Southern Cross” before buying ; and then makes a swoop down on Mr T. Hide’s establishment, Tay st., where his clearing- sale is now in full swing, thus saving- pounds. Good old mo-ther-in-law ! For business or private use a good pen is in-dispensible, and ma cs writing a pleasure. \ow, it has occurred to us to get the best value for a small outlay it is necessary to get a “Swan” a Waterman’s ‘‘ldeal,” or a “Pelican” fountain pen. The price is lbs 6-ri. and these handy little ar-

tides will wear a lifetime. and novel’ go back on the user. On pag-e 1 of this issue Messrs Gordon Frown and Co. advertise them, and purchasers can make a selection to suit themselves.

Too many men waste valuable time in talking about things they are going to do. If they would act promptly, and buy their boots and shoes from Messrs McConechy and Co., in the Arcade, they would find a near way eo money making. Mr tV. A. Gaffney, general storekeeper, notifies in this issue' that lie has removed to more commodious premises in Kelvin Buildings, Kelvin "si., and has on hand a large stock of first class ■ groceries and dairy produce.

People who do the best they can to-day have the way ‘open to do better toinorrow. Wives who make good purchases to-day can, on the morrow. look back with pride. Messrs A. Noble and Co. have 'a splendid line of glassware such as any housewife would be proud of. Call and inspect and vou are sure to be pleased.

A straight line is the shortest road to success. Follow the crowd. alhd call at the Philadelphia Novelty Co. in the Arcade, and participate in*the bargains. You can’t miss it —right opposite the Invercargill Labotir Agency. If you can’t find it, ask a blind man and he will show you where to go. Some people take oysters home in the shell, and break half the kitchen knives opening ■ them. Now, this is false economy. ■ Mr T. Ekensteen, in Bee st., has a special oyster knife on sale t)hat -opens oysters in a twinkling. Call and get one.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 2 March 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 50, 2 March 1907

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