+ In this issue Mr W. B. Scandrett prints a large list of properties foxsale in this district. These include' houses, sections, farms, and businesses in ail parts of the distiict. The young man in search of &: home should consult Mr Scandrett. The old man who has paid rent neax A all his life should make a start and secure a home of his own. Mr W. B. Scandrett. is in a position to finance properties when a small deposit, can be paid. Read the list carefully, and decide promptly, and you will never regret it. If you are interested in lighting, a visit to Mr James 11. Stewart s Shop in Tay street will reveal some lovely designs in fittings, globes, etc. Ihc firm is right up-to-date, and have a x'exxxarkabiy line display, dhe pi-ices are right, and patrons have a large range to select from. The “Skill of a Horse' seems a strange heading for a draper’s advertisement, but if* you turn up Messrs Thomson and Beattie s new advertisement you may got a light on the subject along with what may be useful information. Now that the shooting season is opened, Messrs Smith and Laing advise shootists tl: at they have a large stock of guns and ammunition on hand, which has just arrived, and must be sold cheap. The guns arc all bo reliable makers, and the ammunition is of the best kind to give satisfaction. Messrs J. E. Watson and Co. have placed on the market a new style of horse cover, which is finding favour all over the district. Farmers ami others should call and inspect these covers, for-the Southland winters- are so severe that covers are a necess i t-y. Now that the football season is at hand Mr W. G. Gilchrist announces that his celebrated training oils are the best rubber for keeping the muscles right. New shares can now be taken up in that worthy old institution the Southland Building Society. Anyone desirous of installing 'block lights, gas cooking stoves, heaters, laundry irons, grillers, etc., Should consult Mr Rabbidge. the new g a s manager. He has on hand a new stock of these up-to-date appliances, and has reduced the prices. Quite a number of gas stoves are doing good service in this town. Messrs Li Hi crap. McNaughton ami Co. have a large supply of new books to hand, including the latest periodicals. For winter reading their shop is teeming with good, sound literature at published prices. Messrs A. Noble and Co. have a seasonable notice in this issue in reference to how to save money, which, if acted on, should bring happiness to the home.
Mr T. Hide, stationer, Tay street, is offering’ special bargains in hall sets, post card albums, the latest novelties, and a host af useful articles. In ladies’ combs he has a choice selection, and ladies should not fail to call and see them. His prices are the same as last week the lowest in town. Mr W. B. Scandrett, in his special advert, in this issue, offers a choice farm for sale. The property contains 198 acres, is divided into ten pad- , docks, and all is ploughable. It is close to railway, school, and dairy, and is a gift at the price asked, viz., £6 10s per acre. Messrs McKay Bros. sell cows, poultry, pigs, spring trap, bicycles, etc., to-day, and a special consignment of furs. Ladies should make a note of this, as the time is now at hand for the light cosy articles. Quite a number of people have gone in, for Mr T. Ekcnsteen’.s labour-sav-ing window cleaner. It is a boon to busy housewives, and makes the work easy. He has a good supply on hand. Also a number of other labour-saving devices. Messrs .1, A. Mitchell and Co. have a large entry of horses for their sale to-day. There are close on 40 entries, including useful draughts and light horses. • These wonderful little singing machines are finding their way into numerous homes in Southland, a nd for an evening’s amusement they cannot be surpassed. Their reproducing power is simply marvellous, and must be heard to be appreciated’ When buying one it is best to purchase through a reliable agency, such as the Edison Phonograph Supply Store in the Arcade. If anything happens to go wrong, Mr Hanson is an expert, and can put it right for you. He has also over 8000 records at your disposal to choose from. Call and hear the machine for yourself. Now that the winter is at hand people would do well to see to their footwear, as wet feet are dangerous to health. Now, Messrs McConechy aml Co., in the Arcade, have an up-to-date repairing plant at your disposal, or can lit you out with new boots and shoes at low prices. Attend to it at once, and avoid colds and doctors’ bills. The annual clearing sale of pianos, organs, etc., in connection with the Dresden Piano Co. is now in full swing at Messrs Lilli crap, McNaughton and Co.’s bookselling depot, in Esk street. The Dresden pianos are too well-known locally to need recommendation —they are quite capable of doing all that is claimed for them. ’ They have stood the test of years, and anyone wishing to have one of these splendid instruments on easy time payments should take this opportunity. A home without, a piano is like a home without a fire on a cold day. Make it your business to call and inspect them without delay.,
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907
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