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Business Notes.

.Lewis’s great winter sale in now in full swing, and is being largely patronised. ' The (Irm has made a good name with the ladies, for when they advgrlise a price they stick to it, and So good business results.

31r K. S. Perry, nurseryman, has a splendid collection of feuit and forest trees on hand. To meet the demand this season he has made a special effort. and any order, small or large. receives his personal attention. All garden requisites can ho procured at the shop, in Alexandra 'Building'. Bee street.

Messrs McKay Bros., auctioneers, [■lsle street, have a capital luncheon and refreshment rooms for sale. the rent is moderate. the sire central, and a good business Tan be had at a reasonable price. This is a chance for anyone wishing to go into this line, ft; is much better to buy an established business, as the incidental expenses of a new venture are very heavy.

Mr C. Sprowatt, late of Timaru, has commenced business as a wheelwright. next to .Johnston’s foundry, I ,aet street. and solicits a share ol patronage. He has a special line of wheelbarrows in hand just now, and as the planting season is near, a wheelbarrow saves a lot of work, Mr Bprowatt van make them up to any ik-sigh. at very low prices. This is the last day of Messrs Herbert Haynes and Co.'s sale. It lias been a very sharp, short light for bargains, and the firm is more than satisfied that their cut prices have brought happiness to many homes. The last day generally brings a rush, but Hie linn has a large staff, and are only too pleased to show any goods that may be required. Look in to-day. and you will be surprised at the high-class stock, which is offered at big reductions.

Mr \V. B. Scandretfs large advt. in this issue has undergone considerable change this week consequent on the disposal of a number of properties. Young men wishing to speculate should note the prices asked. In sections Mr Scandivtt can give a good choice, in ad parts of the district. and investment is invariably" a sure way" to make money".

Messrs H. and ■!. Smith, the Bee street outfitters, are having a busy time with their, sale. The prices were cut clown very low, and the puib-) lie recognise this fact, and are laying" in stocks of new. well-selected goods that arc- worth double what this enterprising firm is asking for them. An early visit is necessary, as the sale is only for a limited period.

Mr .1. Stewart, the up-to-date plumber in Tay sired, lias something to say on page 1. of this issue in reference to gas shades. The window display is an exceptionally" good one. and those about to build should inspect these handsome articles, which go a long way in beautifying the interior of a house.

Messrs d. A. Mitchell a nd Co. have a good entry for their horse sale today. In tin- Exchange sale rooms to-day Messrs- McKay Bros, sell cows, poultry, pigs, and a general collection of useful goods. Air I'. F. Macdonald, land agent, I-isle st., inserts a new list of properties in this issue. It includes several ■good residences in town and one in (Madstone ; also a tip-top section in South Invercargill for £6O. Now is the time for good lives.. Mr .1. Lyons, coal merchant, has a largo stock of dry wood and coal on hand. He can deliver to any part of the town on short notice. Mr T. Hide, Tay street, is offering special value in wrist bags, purses, glass-ware, schoolbags, etc. The latest thing in pretty post cards have just been opened. Have you seen Messrs A. Noble and Co.’s window of ornaments and

vases ? If not, you should do s Q at once. The display is good and prices are right.

There's many a brown, but Brown of the right colour is Brown, the jeweller, in Don street. He has a first-class stock to select from. Mr J. T. Gibson, Imperial Buildings, Dee street, is a man of few words, but he has a large stock that speaks for itself. Everything at the lowest prices, and right up-to-date. Anyone looking for money should call at Messrs Chas. Rout and Co.’s, in Dee street. Money waits investment at low rates of interest.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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