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Business Notes.

Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co., agents for the famous Dresden pianos, announce that these useful pianos will last a lifetime, while thoy can be paid for on very easy terms in a few years. Call and get particulars at the shop, Ksk street, or their representative can supply the necessary particulars.

Mr X. J. Keane beings befoz’e the smoking public of Southland a' special line of pipes ' —Peterson's famous Nap Pipes, which should meet with favour. They are free from nicotine and the cleanest smoking pipes on the market. Call and get one or half-a-dozen for the matter of that. The only post office in Invercargill is opposite his shop.

People who are inclined to be bald, or whose hair is falling out, should road the Southland Remedy Co.'s adin this issue. The jtianager. Professor Scott, is a muchtravelled man, and has studied the subject for many years, both at home and abroad, and has met with wonderful success. There is no need for ladies to resort to artificial pads if they try this remedy. They can in a very short time have a luxurious growth of hair. It is easily applied, and those prematurely grey will find ic invaluable. The price is within the reach of all, and a letter addressed to the manager, Invercargill, will be promptly attended to. When Professor Scott first took up the subject he was very nearly bald himself, and now he has a luxuriant growth of hair. There is no harm in trying it, and, as the Professor says : “ Once used for a little while, the hair speedily commences to grow.”

Farmers should note that in Italian ryegrass and cocksfoot (machine and farmers’ dressed) Messrs Wright, Stephenson and Co. can supply their requirements at very low prices, considering the stocks.

Mr Jas. Grant, tobacconist, Dee street, has a very large stock of choice pipes on hand. These are from leading makers*, and can be guaranteed. Smokers’ requisites for presentation also kept in stock.

Mr Hanson, the proprietor of the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade, has just received a large supply of now records, and has had to add shelving* all round his shop to carry them. Undoubtedly his stock is the Largest in .New Zealand. Visitors to town are invited to call and hear some of the latest. Not a home in- Southland should be without its phonograph.

Mersrs Rout and Stewart have a number of handy farms for sale. They include areas of handy, size in various parts of the district, and intending - purchasers can he shown Over the properties.

The bankrupt sale of Mr T. Ekensteen’s stock still continues. Bargains in every line.

Mr A. W. Brown, jeweller, Don st., should he consulted by those contemplating matrimony. Ho can supply rings, wedding - presents, etc., in great variety.

Mr W. B. Scandrett has a choice suburban property for sale. It is handy to town, and a handsome living - can be made without much trouble.

Everybody is talking of the marvellous bargains Messrs A. Noble and Co. are giving the ladies. Call and inspect. Address—opposite Southland Club Hotel, Dee st. Our flower pot display is much admired, and we ace selling choice stands at low prices.

At the recent coursing meeting a g'reat number o the visitors wore Messrs McConechy and Co.'s boots. They swear by them. They eat ham sandwiches in them. They take their girls out for a walk in them ; and the girls and their mothers drink afternoon tea in them —all glory in them. You can do the same by calling at the Arcade Boot Shop.

The Misses Cheyne have made numerous alterations in the Japanese Tea Rooms at the corner of the Crescent, and quite a large number enjoy afternoon tea in this snug little corner. The rooms are open to . the public, and your patronage will be highly appreciated. HEALTHFUL and Delicious. Hondal Lanka Ceylon Tea is unsurpassed in purity and suitability for famil3 r use.

Messrs *T. A. IVXitciicll cind Co* Ti&vg a good entry of horses for theii sal's to-day. Mr J. T. Gibson. Imperial Buildiagsl is selling crockery, glassware, enamelware, etc., at very low prices. Mr T. Holmes, Tay st., has cleared his shop of carpenters, and their room Is now being taken by the general public in search of reliable footwear.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 19, 24 August 1907

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