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Business Notes.

Messrs Quinn' and Co- are cash buyers of prime dairy fed pork, and are prepared to give the highest prices. Farmers and others wishing to secure the best "prices should correspond with the firm with a view to disposing of their surplus stocks ol marketable pigs.

The coal agents in the North are raising- the price of coal Is per ton, but local residents need not fear a rise, providing they have secured a supply of the New York Coal Savei and Heat Producer. Besides saving the coal it gives more heat and consequently better results are obtained. 'Ask your grocer for it, and see that you get the right thing.

The man who wants to make good use of his time and improve his mind should call on Messrs Lillierap, McNauighton and Co., Esk street, and secure some of their good, readable books at published prices.

Mr T. Hide, Tay st., thanks the public for liberal patronage, and advises them that he has still a large number of bargains on hand.

It does not matter whether you were married yesterday or forty years ago. You will still fintd something useful arod serviceable on the shelves of S. C, Holmes and Co., corner of Tay and Kelvin stsl. In wedding presents, etc., they have very choice collections at very low prices.

Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry for their sales to-day, and also sell a large collection of useful household furniture.

That public benefactor. Mr Tom Ekcnsteen, is still to the fore, in Bee st., two doors from Messrs ,T. A. Mitchell and Co.’s sale yards. Everything from a needle to an anchor at the lowest price is Tomes motto, and his business is certainly increasing, and with the increase new stocks are being- put down, and the public get the very best value obtainable.

It is hardly credible, but it is nevertheless a fact that there are people living in the country who have never heard an up-to-date phonograph at work. Such an instance occurred this week, when a gentleman was giving selections on a. machine, an old resident of the' country was attracted and stood in openmouthed astonishment to hear the machine talk and sing, and it took a good deal of persuasion to convince him that he was not being made a fool of. However, he admitted that he never knew there was such a marvellous thing in the world. Ko doubt next time he comes to town he will visis Mr Hanson, of the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade, and secure one for himself. *•

It is not every day a young man commits matrimony. But when he takes the leap he deserves credit. It shows his good sense. It also shows that his business capacity is sound when ho instructs his wife to shop at the Philadelphia Novelty Co.’s shop in the Arcade, right opposite the Invercargill Labour Exchange. The goods are being cleared during the next fortnight at considerable reduction. Call and have a look for yourself.

It is surprising the number of people in this town who fear a drop of rain. Now, if they had good reliable boots and shoes to wear such as arc sold by Messrs McConechy and Co., in the Arcade, that fear would leave them, and going but in a drop of rain would be a comfort. .They can also do your repairs at a low price. Hundreds of pairs of new cheap highclass boots to choose from. The om ly boot shop in the Arcade. Don't call unless you want to save money. Bargain lovers should make a point of visiting Messrs A. Noble and Co.’s book depot, opposite the Southland Club Hotel. Their stocks are new, well-selected, and cheap.

Hundreds of town and country residents have had their homes gladdened and life made a pleasure 'by using Lindsay and Co.’s choice pork sausages for breakfast. You can do the same by calling at their establishment next the new theatre.

Mr W. B. Scandrett advertises a special little property at Centro Bush in this issue. It consists of 10 acres and four-roomed house ; five acres have been stumped and drained, and the balance is bush ; well fenced and a good garden. For a man of small means this is a capital chance. The price asked (£200) is exceedingly low, and with sufficient deposit Mr Scandrett can arrange terms to suitable man.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907

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