People of Winton, of Lumsden, of Riverton, of Edendale, of Mataui'a, of Woodlands, and many other places, are unanimous in saying Baxter’s Choice Eava Tea is splendid value— Is 6d per Ih, 10 lbs for 13s 9d. Try it.
The acme of perfection in rugs, Messrs Thomson and Beattie, Ltd., sa.v, are t Q he found in the rugs manufactured by the Kaiapoi mills. Turn up their advertisement on page 5, and see what they have to say on the subject.
Messrs A. Noble and Co. have been so well patronised by the ladies of Invercargill that they have made al- - to place on the market a new sewing machine —“The Sterling.” It is a perfect -worker, and the price is only £7 7s. Ladies should call and see this wonderful value machine.
For crockery, glassware, silverware, etc., don’t forget to give J. T. Gibson a call. He has special lines to show you at the. right prices.
When a man leaves home of an evening his wife should read the advt. in this issue from the Phonograph Supply Store in the Arcade. One of the best and most inexpensive ways to amuse and entertain is to get an up-to j date Edison phonograph. Call and secure one.
Messrs .1. A. Mitchell and Co. have a. large entry for their horse sale to-day.
Mr Scandrett has a snug little farm at Gummies Bush for sale. It has house, stable, and outbuildings on it —is close to the factory, etc., and should prove a valuable property. For wedding presents, rings, etc., Mr W. A. Brown, Don st., is the best man every time.
Mr T. F. Macdonald, land agent, near the Arcade, in Esk street, has a superior s‘roomed house in East Invercargill for sale. It is a new house, and the price asked' makes it a very cheap property. See new advertisement in this issue. Messrs .1. 'Lonnie and Rons advise the public that their stock of trees are now ready f n r transplanting. All nursery linos can now be obtained from them at lowest current rates. Mr Thos. Hide, Tay street, has a useful collection of artificial flowers for sale. These everlasting flowers go a long way towards beautifying the home, and as the prices are very moderate, no doubt they will be in goad demand. Foster Fraser’s “Red Russia” can now be procured at Messrs Lillicrap, McN'aughton and Co.’s. In piano music and books the Esk street firm can hold their own against all comers.
Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry for theix - sale in the Exchange rooms to-day.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 9, 15 June 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 9, 15 June 1907
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