Mr Wm, Young, house and land agent, in the Arcade, is in a position to assist intending purchasers', and has had a life-long experience in financial matters. Farmers .wanting to sell or buy should drop him a note and good business may result.
Mr J. T. Gibson’s new stock of lamps are now to hand. He has oilstoves, footwamiers, etc., for the cold, weather, which should commend themselves to the public.
Mr W. B. Scandrett has a desirable property In South Invercargill for sale for £l5O. It consists of house, orchard and 41 acres land, with . a lease (999 years) which should see most of us well on our way to the happy land, where land is neither bought, sold, nor exchanged.
For books, mucical instruments, etc., Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co. commend their stock. Old pianos taken in exchange for new ones.
Mr T. Hide’s flower garden in T a y street is finding favour with the ladies. (Besides artificial flowers, Mr Hide has a general collection of useful lines.
Messrs J. A. Mitchell a nd Co. sell horses, etc.., in their yards to-day.
Messrs A. Noble and Co. give some particulars in reference to the celebrated “'Sterling” sewing machines. The machines are offered at seven guineas, and are worth double the money. Ladies should call and see these wonderful time-savers.
_T‘ho post office is still opposite Mr N. J. Keane's. He *h a s opened out one of the finest shows of G.B.D. pipes in. Invercargill.
Messrs Chas. Rout and Co- have a choice property in Gladstone for sale—house new and in the pink of Condition. A real bargain at the price asked. They have also a firstclass farm for sale. It is highly-im-proved, and should prove a capital investment.
It is not necessary to go to the Caledonian sports to hear national music. Mr Hanson, the energetic proprietor of the Phonograph Supply in the Arcade has just landed a choice collection of Scotch records, which are pronounced real gems. Call and hear them.
Messrs Price and Bulleid’s annual mid-winter sale is now on in full swing,. -and bargains are the order of the day.
Messrs Wright, Stephenson and Co. draw special attention to their seed grains, which have stood the test, and found just the thing for Southland growers.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 10, 22 June 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 10, 22 June 1907
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