Business firms requiring the services of a reliable auditor should remember that Mr A oung, late town clefik, places his sertices at theii disposal. Mr Young has an office in the Arcade, and carries on the business of land agent and finance agent. Those in search of homes, farms, or properties should consult Mr Toung, as he is in a position to suit them. Finances can bo arranged if necessary. Messrs Millar and Kane announce that thev have taken over the busihess of Mr T. Millar, tailor. Mr Millar, sent - ., has conducted the business for many years, and ill-health has compelled him to retire. Patrons, and especially Mr Millar’s numerous customers, can rely on the new firm carrying out their orders as heretofore. A new stock of the latest cloth has been added, and patronage will be appreciated. There is probably not a betterknown firm in town than Chambers and Co., Venetian blind makers.. The head of the firm, Mr T. Chambers, advertises in this issue of the “Cross.” He can supply blinds to any pattern, and is in a position to give the very best and latest in designs at moderate prices. Old blinds can be repaired, and made equal to new. A visit to his factory opposite St. Paul’s church, Dec st., or a line dropped to his address will be promptly attended to. Of late years Mr Chambers has had a lino run of work, and being an expert, has given every satisfaction in his special linos of work —that of enet.ian blind manufacturer. Mr X. J. Keane has secured a splendid line of Tweenie cigars. Mr Keane is the first and only tobacconist in town to receive a supply, and for a cool cheap smoke these are Al. The post office is opposite Mr Keane's, and samples can be had at 9d and Is (id per packet. See advt. for further particulars. Folk who are spring-cleaning will find .something of interest in Messrs Thomson and Beattie's advt. in this issue. New Zealand’s system of education is free, secular and compulsory, and all school books required for use can bo had at Messrs Killicrap, McXaughton and Co.’s, Fsk street. Teachers can get a supply of the latest literature which enables them to keep aoreast of the times. Call and have a chat. We want your patronage.
A woman lias more logic in her little, linger than a man has in that thing he calls a head, and when she says she gets the best value at A. Aoble and Co.'s, opposite the Club Hotel, you may be sure she speaks with conviction. See his window display. Messrs McKay Bros, have a large entry lor their sales in the Exchange to-day, including- a prize strain pair of black-red game. In the Prince* of Wales Sale Yards to-day Messrs Mitchell and Co. sell a special line of horses. Now that coursing has taken a strong hold in Southland, those in search of a good strain of greyhounds should read Mr T. Ekensteen's advt. in this issue. Mr Jas. Be we, hairdresser. Kelvin street, has introduced a hair restorer that should fmd favour with the ladies and gents of this district who are desirous of securing a luxuriant head of hair. It is sold in jars at 2s each, and the effect is very- pronounced. Mr W. B. Scanclrctt has a number of desirable homes for sale, and in a special advt. in this issue calls attention to two working-men’s homes which are now on sale at a very* low price. See Mr Scandrett, and terms can be arranged. Don’t pay rent after this week. Mr Jas. Grant has a special line of asbestos pipes for sale. During the week there has been a big run on these splendid value pipes. They- are really choice. cool - smoking, clean, goods. In tobaccos he has placed on the market a first-class line of “Black Jack” tobacco, which should prove a favourite with smokers. Money to lend at a low rate of interest ! Where ? Why. at Rout and Stewart’s, corner of Dee and Don sts. ’Clients can have any sums they require, and suitable arrangements as to repayments, etc., can be made on application. Our advice is ;If you want money, see Messrs Rout and Stewart, and they can fix you up. Farmers, workmen, business men all treated alike.
Have you seen Mr J. T. Gibson’s window display ? If not, see it today.. All articles ticketed in plain figures. All home requirements at the very lowest prices. Tons of bargains inside at given-away prices. Mr Geo. Froggatt sells a bankrupt stock surplus in the shop lately occupied by Mr T. Ekensteen. The sale starts at 11 o’clock to-day, and offers a rare chance of good, reliable articles for the home at auction prices. There is no charge for admission, and there is lots of. room inside. The- stock will be open for inspection before the sale. Be prompt. Slackness makes slovenly homes and weary world-wander-ers. Above all, -be well shod, and call on McConechy and Co., in the Arcade. For cheapness, durability, and satisfaction their goods are Al, at the Arcade. In gent’s and ladies’ wear their stocks are not to bo boat in town. Always endeavour to be cheerful, for cheerfulness tends to length ot days, and the days that are worth lengthening. One of the best ways to attain the desired end is to buy a phonograph and records from the Phonograph Supply Store, in the Arcade. Mr Hanson’s shop is a picture. Thousands of records arc arranged in a style that would do credit to the best lady in the land. See Mr Hanson to.day. Xo legacy is so rich as honesty—honesty in what you do and say. If you have a stock of useful goods for salcu be honest. Tell the public plain truth and stick to it. Mr T. Hide is honest : his goods a,re honest value ; and the hbnest man, woman, and child is treated in an honest fashion. All the llatest books to hand at low prices.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907
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