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Business Notes.

Messrs J. E. Watson ami Co-, Ltd. have, besides their office in Invercargill, branches at Otautau, Gore, ami Hiversdale, ami are prepared to do well by the farmers in these districts. In this issue, on page lb, they invite farmers to get samples of their seed oats, and their -quotations will stand against all-comers. The seeds supplied by this firm have been highly spoken of by users, which in itself is a grand recommendation.

Mr H. A. Ladbrook, cycle expert, Tay st., has a large stock of cycles on hand, and now is the time to buy. in order to get the full ben .-lit during the coming season. Mr Ladbrook does not sell trash, but the very best cycles that money can buy. In repairs he has the . appliances for turning out work speedily and cheaply. To those in search of phonographs 'and records —he has a largo slock, and satisfaction is> assured.

All sorts of remedies are being tried for influenza, hut it is a. wellknown fact that Mr M. H. Jones's Honey Pectoral has been the means of speedily curing hundreds of sufferers from this complaint.’ In Invercargill at present it is very prevalent. but sensible people should lay in a bottle of this wonderful remedy. It is no new thing, but has stoutl the test, for tears and proved a. boon and a blessing to mankind.

Messrs A. -Masters and Son, lice ami Don sis., have adopted a new ail'd usel'ul way of advertising - . and one that we are sure will meet with general favour with the public. Anyone buying- £2 worth of goods in their establishment, besides receiving the very best value in town, will be allowed to select an umbrella or a half-dozen good whit e towels. These gifts are absolutely free, and the. prices of their goods ami the class of the stock is .sufficient to warrant very extensive sales.

_Mr .1. Lyons. coal and firewood merchant, has a large stock of dry firewood and coal on hand. These can be promptly supplied at lowest current rates.

Messrs ’vJ'. A- ‘Mitchell and Co. hold a speeial sale of horses in their yarcD to-day. Th<* entries include a superior draught pedigree. mure, and a large entry of other useful horses ; also. gigs, drays, ploughs, etc.

M r N. J. Keane calls special attention to the supply of "-Nap'’ pipes. which, lor a cool smoke, cannot be beaten. A splendid range to select from.

"Mr J. T. (Hibson, Imperial Buildings, is .selling at prices that make the -dogs bark. His prices arc cut down to a bare turnover, and, his window curries some of the numerous bargains.

A large entry Ims been received for Messrs McKay Bros.’ sale to-day. Poultry is now in good ptmaml —especially good young lacing fowls.

Mr T. Hide, Tay st.. is still selling at prices tlrat should meet the approval of all. He is now showing a nice display of glass epergnes, cake, and fruit dishes, etc. Xew post cards in choice designs to pick from. Call and see him.

In ladies who aspire to look nice, their hUir should be carefully arranged. The secret of success is found in Messrs A. Xdble and Co.'s window, opposite the‘’’Southland Club Hotel. He has a window stock d with combs and for a handy, cheap line, these cannot be beaten.

Messrs Id Hi crap, McXaughton and Co. underbake bookbinding in ad its branches at lowest prices. In books to read —good, instructive hooks — they can supply you. Call and inspect.

The Arcade, iMcssrs McConcchy and Co., have added a new stock of boots and shoes to their already extensive holding'. The public can rely on being well served. The prices are right—so are the goods. Working men ! Look up ! You have as much right to possess a home as the best in the land. Shake off the landlord and strike out on behalf of yourself, your wife, and your children, and purchase a home. Mr W. B. Scandrett advertises one for £2OO in North Invercargill. Kasy terms can be arranged, and the price is very reasonable. Coughs, colds, and influenza ofttimea result from damp feet, and ■damp feet are the 1 result of bad boots, or bad leather. Now, Mr T. Holmes, in Tay st., has a class of hoots .and shoes that insures dry feet in all weather, and at prices extremely reasonable. Your patronage is appreciated.

Brown is the only Brown in Don st. The other Brown made a fortune, and has taken a trip Home.; The present. Brown sells reliable batches, wedding rings, jewellery, etc., at wonderful prices. All the ladies should insist on getting married in Brown's rings'.

The new block of buildings at the corner of Yarrow and Dee sts., has now been completed, fe,nd adds to the appearance of the corner, and more so since they have become occupied by Messrs Wills-Bros. and Co., butchers, and a. very gnnd display the firm has made. The corner shop has been taken by Mrs Mclveown, fruiterer, from opposite, and she has now one of the cleanest and best shops in town, and it is a credit to her. Two large windows—one for the display of fruit and the other for pastry, cakes, etc. —are used to the best odvantage, and since taking possession Mrs MoKoown has every reason to be pleased with the patronage accorded. Afternoon teas can be supplied, and choice fruits can be had. at low prices. An advertisement appears in another column in connection with Mrs McKeown’s business, and patrons are invited to call and accord their, best support.

Mr C. W. Brown, land agent, Esk st., has a good home of four rooms at Bluff for sale. There is a good garden, and the place is in capital order. £BOO will buy it, and terms can he arranged., He has a number of choice sections in various parts of the township for sale.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 20, 31 August 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 20, 31 August 1907

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