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Business Notes.

Look up Messrs Thomson and Beat-sic’-s advertisvmont for particulais of 18 pieces of jacket and ulster tweeds that they are clearing at very great reductions. Parents of families should not miss a chance like this.

Mr John. McChesnoy. proprietor of the well-known Awarua nurseries, Scott street. South Invercargill, inserts a notice in reference to his extensive stock of fruit and forest trees. His stock has been well handled, and is sold with a guarantee of growth. A short-list of prices of some of the leading lines is given, and patrons can rely on their being all that is claimed for them. A visit to the nursery will bo appreciated. Mr McChesney also undertakes planting, laying out lawns, etc., and ben ing a practical man, can give satisfaction.

The fame of the Waiau District for farminc is well-known throughout New Zealand. The country is specially suited for dairying and stockraising. When a property is for sale in the district it is not long before it is disposed of. In this issue Mr C. W. lirown offers 550 acres freehold, 11 miles from dairy factory. The price asked is £ll 10s per acre, and judging' by the way the district is advancing it should soon be worth three tunes as much. Further particulars can be supplied by Mr Brown No 16, Ksk street, Invercargill.

If the ad-vice given in. this- issue to 500 ladies of this town is acted on, there should be 1000 happy people enjoying- the sweets of married life. The only stipulation necessary is that they should use New York Coal Saver, which gives .more heat, saves the coal, and makes life a joy forever-. Hundreds of housewives in this town use it. and husbands delighted with the nice cakes and well-cooked dinners, besides smaller coal bills. Try a tin from your grocer. Only Is each. Mr Hanson, proprietor of the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade, has something- to say in reference to his slock of phonographs and records. These little talkers are now' being,used for concerts-, etc., all over the district, and tire giving satisfaction to all concerned. For repairs Mr Hanson can give evert' satisfaction at a very moderate cost. Messrs ,J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell a number of useful horses in their yards to-day. Messrs A. Noble arid Co., stationers, Dee street, have a large stock of football requisites on hand, and offer same at low prices. In new books, winter reading, pianos and organs Messrs Ullicrap, McNanghton and Co., have a full stock, and can .give the public s.ound value at bedrock prices. 'Every man. woman, and child in Southland are in need of sound, reliable footwear, and should make a point of inspecting the slock of Messrs McConechy and Co., in the Arcade. In repairs they are in a position to do the work quickly and well. Mr Roberts invites tenders for the erection of a cottage in Crinan st. Mr W. B. Bcandrett has; a choice farm in the Mataura district for sale. The property contains 198 acres . which is divided into 10 paddocks. and is partly under crop. It has a house and all necessary outbuildings, which enables the purchaser to go right ahead, and make money. The price is only £6 10s por acre, and terms can he arranged. Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry of poultry, pigs, prize pigeons, etc., in the Exchange for sale to-day. also the balance of furs to close consignment and 80 ladies' jackets.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 7, 18 May 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 7, 18 May 1907

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