1 The impossibility of absolute pet* 1 faction and the possibility (very close to it in tailor-made sai will be found expounded in Messrs Thomson and Beattie’s new advT. on page 5.
Mr G. A. Carr, local manager for Messrs Begg anti Co-, importers of the celebrated Brimsmead pianos, inserts a business notice in this issue.; These reliable pianos won a gold medal and a special award at the recent Christchurch Exhibition, which fact alone should be sufficient recommendation.. These pianos are not to vs, but have stood the test of timeand more than held their own against all-comers.
Mr W. B. Sc-andrett:s special advt. contains a list of four special value properties. Anyone m search ot a handy, cheap home or a section should read this list.
Messrs McKay Bros, sell a special line of'prize stock from the recent show in the Exchange rooms to-day, including Orpingtons, Leghorns, Minor cas, etc.
Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses, etc., in their yards to-day.
Don't look glum although the weather is not so good as it might be. To while away the time profitably you cannot do better than call at the Phonograph Supply Store in. the Arcade and purchase a machine and a supply of rocards English, Irish, or Scotch, or better still a few of each kind.
The home is never complete. \ou can always make it more so by. spending money judiciously at J. T. Gibson’s, Dee st. In household recpiisites at low prices Mr Gibson has a large stock.
For the cold evenings a plentiful supply of coal and hrewood can be secured from Mr J. Lyons, Licldel st. His stocks are largo, and prices right.
The winter, evenings are now upon us, and to enjoy them profitably a good supply of reading matter is necessary. Now, Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co. have a regular Athenaeum stock to select from. The latest authors have books on our shelves which are being sold at published prices.
Mr N. J. Keane’s still has the post' office opposite. His supplies of tobacco have increased, and likewise his sales, tie is keen for business,; and his prices are right.
In cards of all description such as post cards, birthday cards, etc., Messrs A. Noble and Co., opposite the. Southland Club Hotel, have a large range to select- from.; •
Mr T. Hide, Tay si., still luxuriates- in his artificial flower garden, and is giving great value in all lines of stationery, etc.
A fair exchange is no robbery, and when a man gets a pair of boots worth 21s for 12s 6d he should he a pleased man. Mr T. Holmes, the Tay st. shoeman, is selling at low prices for cash. Stock unequalled in town —see him.
Who is Brown ? One need scarcely, ask. Brown is the jeweller, in Don street, who is making a name for himself by selling on up-to-date stock at prices hitherto unheard of-.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907
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