\ The Government is contemplating I extensive alterations to the post of)lice, but in the meantime it is still opposite Mr X. J. Keane'S, tobacconist and newsagent, where he now pushes a big trade in all the leading lines. Messrs H. and J. Smith have moms ready-to-wear suits for sale from Iris 6d upwards, and are prepared to send out men’s clothing parcels at extremely low prices, considering the material used. Full particulars are given in another column. The National Mortgage and Agency Co. advertise some particulars of their special linos. Farmers would do well to communicate with the manager, and make their wants known. They have large stocks of seeds on hand, and samples will be semi on application. Just 'another week of Messrs Thomson and ileal tie's great winter sale. Plenty of bargains left for customer that could not get attended to during- the crush. See them advertised on page o.
Messrs Wren Bros. fine new shop opposite the theatre is now stocked with all the latest designs in papers and friezes. This is the most up-to-date establishment in town, and ton can match 'any design you want. All orders receive prompt attention. Anyone in search of new and popular songs at a low price should read Messrs (’has. llegg and Co.’s new advertisement in this issue. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Call and have a look round. FTunclreds of useful tilings to interest you. in all kinds of coal, dry firewood, etc.. the Westport Coal Co. have very large stocks, and can give prompt delivery. A ring on telephone VT2 is all that is required. Mr T. Hide. Tay street, has just opened a splendid line of stationery ami post cards ; also young - folk's’ stationery packets at 12rl per packed.. These lines are 1 meet mg with ready salts Call and have a look round. A Stirling sewing machine' shemld be in every home, where there is a growing family. (Jirls can work it, and get grand results. Messrs A. 'Noble and Co., opposite the Southland Club I lot d have a stock on hand. Mr das. Walker. the well-known builder. Blul'f, inserts a business notice in this issues Mr Walken- has quite a largv factory going now. He manufiactuivs sashes, doors, etc., and undertakes all kinds of pied ure-fram-ing. IN o mat lit how keen the* freest is, people can always enjoy a splendid ceniceTt . They can also appreciate it to a greater extent if thew do not have 1 to shift •away from a good lire. Ah ! that’s it I The Kdison Phonograph Supply Store 1 , in the .Arcade 1 , can sell tilt 1 machine and records that will give the best hour's amusement and instruction in dim world -at. a very low price. Call and hear this wonderful talker. ■Messrs McKay tiros, sel 1 poultry, pins, cows, etc., in the Exchange today. A big alteration sale- is now being e-onducted in the Champion Boot Shop, in Tay street. The; stock has been gone- over, and prices reduced to such an extent that a speedy clearance should be the result. Mr H. S. Perry, seedsman, nurseryman. and florist, has Just got his newly-imported stock of seeds, garden requisites, spray pumps, insect i-cirle-s, porcelain ware l , flower vases, etc., ready for the coining season. Call and inspect before -buying, splendid line's of seep potatoes on hanel in small quantities, or by the cwt. or ton. Me-ssrs .1. A. Mitchell and Co. have a number of useful horses, drays, etc. for sale in their .yards to-day. Air (V. B. Scamlredt has a prosperous country store fe»r sale. This is a property that should yield a handsome income to an energetic nfen. Portlier particulars can be had on application to Air Scandrett’s office. Air C. .J. Brodrick, architect, invites tenders for the erection of an extensive verandah in Dee street. It will cover Messrs Broad. Small and Co.’s ami Air E. J. AI. Rein’s jewellery establishment, and will extend 105 feet. This will be a great improvement to the street, and should be appreciated by the public. Air W. A. Brown. Don street, takes the public into his confidence. and can show them some splendid lines of jewellery, watches, etc., which arc selling at prices that defy competit i o n.
For books, stationery, song folios, etc., Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co. are right up to date in every line. Call and inspect. A great clearing sale of bankrupt stock is now being held in the shop lately occupied by Mr T. Ekensteen. The stock is being sold off at very low prices, in order to make a speedy clearance.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907
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