There is no need to send 137} miles from Invercargill to get a good stock of reading matter. Call f on Messrs Lillicrap, McNaught on and Co, Esk st., and secure everything you want, including the celebrated “Dresden pianos on easy time •; Payment system.
Mr Hanson, proprietor of the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade, has something to say of special interest to readers of the “Cross." It is in reference to the now famous Edison Phonographs and gold-mould-ed records.
Now that the elections are iover the busy housewife will find something to interest her in Mr T. Hide's shop in Tay street. He has opened a new stock, and is still selling at remarkably low prices for cash.
We have- to thank Messrs Broad, Small and Go., the up-to-date housefurnishers, for a copy of their latest illustrated catalogue, which contains 20 pages of well arraoged illustrations. The place now gives employment to over 120 hands, and they are in a position to supply everything to furnish and build a house. They import direct, and pay *pot cash, so the public will see at a glance that they can secure the best of terms from those enterprising young townsmen. Ladies should call and secure copies of these lists, ' and they will find very much to interest them.
For repairs and first-class boots and shoes Messrs McConechy and Co. in the Arcade, are in a position to give satisfaction. They have a good stock of reliable boots and shoes on hand to select from, and the prices are right. Note. —The only boot in the Arcade.
In this issue Mr John McCurdy draws special attention to his stock of boots and shoes. Now that the winter is at hand residents cannot place too much value on the necessity of having good reliable boots to keep the damp out. Mr McCurdy’s stock has been well bought, and the public can rely on getting the best value obtainable for their money. The same old address —light opposite the Prince of Wales Private Hotel, Lee street.
Ladies in want of winter jackets cannot do better than go to Messrs Thomson and Beattie’s for their needs. They may rely upon getting plenty of fashionable - goods of first rate qualities at moderate prices- to select from. Fuller information will lie found in their advertisements in this paper.
Mr Stephen Hunter-;—land and finance agent, Esk street. has been successful in placing a large number of farms lately. The prices paid were good, and clients a re well satisfied. Mr Hunter has a number of desirable properties on hand, and those on the look out should consult him as early as convenient.
Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry for their weekly markets, which takes place in the Exchange rooms to-day.
In a special advt, in this issue Mr W. B. Scandrett offers a choice f a rm at Spring Hills for sale. The property is in good heart —20 acres being in oats, and 30 acres in turnips', 300 acres ploug’hed. while the balance is in tussock. The farm contains a home and all necessary buildings for a man to enter and make a good income. The price asked, £5 an acre, is a very reasonable one.
Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co- sell a large number of horses, etc., in their yards to-day.
If men would only pay more attention to their wives and take their advice as well meant instead of the reverse there would be a deal more happiness in Invercargill, and there would be more money available to educate the families. For instance, if you arc in need of 'hooks, papecs, or household requisites, do as your better half says, and shop at Tom Ekensteen’s’, and you will save money. Address —two doors from Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co.’s sale yards. Dee street.
To have passed Messrs A. Noble and Co.’s shop on Wednesday morning one would have thought that it was the polling booth. Such was not the case. The ladies and gentle-* men assembled were making purchases, and were evidently well satisfied with the bargains he is offering. You can try any day you like and prove the assertion.
In next issue Mr W. B. Scandrctt will publish a new list, of properties. They are situate in all parts of Southland; and for any one in search of a home or investment there will be a large number of choice pro pern ties to choose from.
Mr A. J. Stewart has purchased Mr Jenkins’ store in Esk street, and announces in the “Cross” that he intends to conduct it in thoroughly up-to-date lines. Mr Stewart is no novice, having been in the line for a number of years, and knows full well the requirements of the Southland public. The business is to be conducted on lines that will give the public the very best value at lowest prices. Delivery vans will run to the suburbs, and patrons’ convenience rtudied in every particular. A man who will do this deserves every encouragement, and Mr Stewart can rely on a liberal patronage.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907
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