Vehicle Traffic NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO OWNGRS AND DRIVERS —of — CARRIAGES, CABS, CARTS, AND EXPRESS WAGGONS, That the LICENSE FEES in respect of “Carriage Licenses,” “Cart Licenses” and Licenses,” BEING NOW OVERDUE; any persons found plying for Hire without having taken out the necessary Licenses and paid the Fees in respect of same, will be proceeded against without further notice. T. W. WALKER, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Invercargill, 4th April, 190 <. WE ARE CLEARING OUT,” As the convicts said as they clambered over the prison walk Most of you are, on the look out for cheap things. Ours is a genuine sale. W r e are winding up our business. We must clear our stock at any price. Our old figures —which were low enough, in all truth —are still on our goods, or on most of them, but on these figures we make a reduction of from 20 to 30 per cent. Accordeons, Mouth Organs, Glassware, Chlnaware, Shaving Requisites, Fancy Goods and Toys of every description, Japanese Hand W T armers, Nick-Nacks and Novelties, Post Card Albums, Postcards (half price)l and thousands of other things at prices that will send you home with armfuls of our goods and beaming smiles on your faces to tell vour neighbours of the WONDERFUL BARGAINS TO BE SECURED AT THE PHILADELPHIA NOVELTY CO. Arcade N.B. —Everything to be sold out ; Nothing will be replaced. The Phonograph Supply Store, IN THE ARCADE, Have just opened up a new Supply of FEBRUARY RECORDS. It will cost you nothing to come and hear them at the ARCADE. Don’t you forget the Address— Phonograph Supply Store, in THE ARCADE, Esk street, Invercargill,
BOUGH COUNTER BOOKS. Prices just good enough for the purpose. Prices will assist you to keep down your expenses. Our Stationery Department is.a live one. Wo IMPORT DIRECT. Try us. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street. JJAVE YOU VISITED NOBLE’S GREAT CLEARING SALE Of Fancy Goods Now on ? If not, why not ? It will pay you. BARGAINS in all lines. A. NOBLE & CO, Deeet, Invercargill [Next Matheson & Co. Grocers.] JA. MITCHELL & CO. will sell by , auction in the Prince of Wales Yards on SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, At 11 a m.— 20 DRAUGHT and Light Horses. 1 STATION Waggon, Pony, Gig, Harness, etc. At 12 o’clock— Account Mr T. H. Frew, Riverton — The Clydesdale Stallion “ McASTHUR YET,’ sire, McArthur ; dam, Kate, by Lord Salisbury. Tull pedigree at sale. Important Notice.. WE have a few more Parrots left for sale —the Whistling Rosella, Secure one before the season is too late. —Full particulars from TOM EKENSTEIiJN DEE STREET It is false economy to buy “ cheap Tea; it’s “cheap” because “rub- ! bishy.” Use HONDAI-LANKA, quality, value !
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907
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