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Business Notes.

Mr Hanson, proprietor of the Phonographic Supply Store, in the Arcadel has something' of special interest to intending purchaser's in this issue. Mr T. F. Macdonald has a number of desirable properties for sale. Those in search of reliable footwear should call on Messrs McConechy and Co., in the Arcade. Mr W. M. Scandrett has a desirable family residence for sale. Mr W. A. Brown has co mcnced buriness in Don street as a watchmaker and manufacturing jeweller, A notice appears in this issue. Messrs'. J. A. Mitchell and Co. hold a clearing sale of colts and lillies in their yards on Wednesday, 12th dune. Entries now being received. Mr .Inn. Edmond, Tay st., has a first-class blacksmith’s business for sale. Mr Wm, Young, land agent, Arcade, has several choice properties for sale. Early application is necessary. Mr ,T. Eyons, coal merchant, claims to have the largest stock of firewood in Southland, and wants the public to send :n their orders and assist in reducing it. He delivers promptly. In coal ho has the leading kinds on hand. Mr C. H. Roberts, architect, invites tenders for the erection of g house, stable, etc., at Waikiwi. Tenders close on the 6th June.

‘‘Good wine needs no bush.” Turn up Messrs Thomson and Beattie’s advertisement on page 5, and see what application they make of the proverb in connection with Mosgiel underclothing. Mr J. S. Baxter, one of our earliest advertisers, has an extended notice in this issue in reference to his Hava tea. This tea has been on the market for some years, ami has given general satisfaction—the sales having increased very largely of late. Messrs Herbert Haynes and Co. have a special line of blankets which, at the prices offered, should commend them to the ladiesi of the town;. Particulars are given on page one of this issue. Messrs Wesney Bros. tell readers how to make happy homes and how to keep them. The secret will be found in their advt. on page 8 of this issue.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 1 June 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 1 June 1907

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