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Business Notes.

Mr J.' Fraser, undertaker and monumentalist, inserts a notice in this issue, calling attention to his, fine selection of headstones, etc. One can hardly understand why people send out of the district for these monuments when such fine selections are obtainable in the town. Mr Fraser, who is an experienced stone mason, has gone to considerable expense in securing the latest stocks obtainable, and is always most happy to place his services at the disposal of those wishing to select, a suitable monument.

The majority of people take life far 100 serious, and don't seem ho get the enjoyment which is . within their reach. if you are inclined for a little harmless fun, call at Mr Tom Kkenst.een’s, near Messrs J. A. Mitchell's sale yards, and secure one of his magic knives or a host of novelties both useful and ornamental.

Mr R. .7, Camming, Athenaeum Buildings, has a choice dairy farm near Harringtons for sale. The property is an ideal one for a man to step into and commence making money right away. Mr Gumming has also a comfortable homo at the Bluff for 'disposal which should command a ready sale. The Kxchange sale rooms are full of useful articles, and to-day Mr 71. B. McKay, the genial auctioneer. intends making a clearance. All who can should attend. Messrs A. Noble and Co. have opened a number of new lines, bought at- low prices, and are giving the public the benefit. All their leadinglines form the subject of an advt. in this issue.

Mr T. Hide, Tay st., is pleased with the patronage during- his present sale, and has laid out a large and useful stock for clearance at bedrock prices. Call and hate a look round.

Notning succeeds like attention to business. Mi - .1. T. Cib-son is having a nice verandah erected in front of his premises, and in .order to turn over his large stock is holding a clearing sale. The goods are right, and the prices are the lowest, allowing only a turnover profit. You can. participate in thas sale as well as the highest in the land —see advt.

Since the Arcade was erected in Lsk street, the Philadelphia Novelty Co. has supplied a long felt want in the way of cheap serviceable articles for the homes. If you want reliable servants or farm hands, you can secure them at the Invercargill Labour Agency right opposite our establishment. but for supplying the home with all manner of useful articles we can suit, you everv time.

Some people growl because the weather is either too hot or too cold, but they never 'growl when they hear a tune played on an up-to-date Lddson Phonograph—they flock round like hoes. Lou can have one in your own home by calling at the Phonograph Novelty Co.. in the Arcade. Mr Hansen, the proprietor, will show you exactly- how to make it talk or sing, toll 'Stories, etc. He is anxious for your patronage. Call and see him to-day.

Messrs "Urn. Todd and Co. hold a general sale in the T’ialto to-day. The entries include AO Totara posts. Visitors to the. Irish sports on "Wednesday will lind it to their advantage to look in at M.-ssrs AlcConechvss display of boots in the Arcade. Air W. 73. Scandrell lias a choice pi opei l,v lor disposal at Otatara. This place is in good heart, and carries a comfortable home.

.Messrs Lillicrap, McXaughton and Co. hat e a fresh supply of cookery books. \ oung ladies contemplating mati imony will find these verv useful.

Alan wants bm lit He here below—but it must, bo good. Lverybody admits that Most s Pictures anti the Brescians are good, and also that for a first-class breakfast delicacy Lindsay and Co. s. next the theatre, is the best place to secure sausages, poultry, ham. bacon, etc.

The extensive drapery stock of the Economic is being- rapidly reduced by tile new proprietor (Mr B. f!. Bndrill), a further notice in reference to deep-cut prices appearing in this issue, and those in search of first-class seasonable goods should make a call and inspect the stock.

Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses., expresses, traps, etc., in their yards to-day. IT LOOKS GOOD ! No tea dust or sticks in “Cock o’ the North’’ tea —it’s delicious !

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 9 March 1907

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