WHAT WE WANT TO TELL YOU ABOUT. What we have got to say is most important, bat as we have other things to advertise in future issues and c-*n’t be always reminding you, we hope tuat what we do say will be remembered and acted upon, if the time comes that you require aay of the articles mentioned. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED SO FAR, DON’T STOP, READ ON ! . All Colonial Mills have advanced the prices of their goods from ten to twenty per cent. In the natural course of events the retail price will hare to follow, and the prices of Flannels, Blankets, Tweeds, Underclothing, Sox, etc., will be at least 12| to 25 per cent, in advance of present piices. SO FAR AS WE ARB CONCERNED We are sticking to the old prices for this season at least. The reason we are able to do this is all our contracts for this season’s goods were placed six months ago, before the advance in prices took place. WE MAKE NO SECRET of the fact that after onr present stock is sold out prices will go up. It is for you to exercise your judgment as to the advisability of supplying not only your needed wants, but of laying in a supply for future requirements. COTTON GOODS have also advanced very much in price, but to keep on a par with our Blankets, we will sell our usual ranges of Findlay’s best Sheetings at old prices. Thomson and iicattle (JLtd)«, INVERCARGILL, GORE & OTAUTAU.
The Best Jigger For everyday use is a RELIANCE or Cycle? See them at LADBROOK’S* Tay-St
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 23 March 1907
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 51, 23 March 1907
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