Who is George Woods ? A most extraordinary question to ask. Geo. Woods is the cycle expert in Doe st., who is selling bicycles and sundries at prices that command attention. The public of Southland should call and have a look at his stocks. Splendid easy-riding machines selling at less than syndicate prices,, and save all the worry and delay consequent on indenting - . Tip-top B.S.A. cycles he is sacrificing - at T 9 los. Now is the time to buy for yourself, wife, and family. Study your own pocket and consult Woods and Co., cycle experts, - next Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co.'s sale yards. If any little thing goes wrong with machines they are always ready to put it right. Mr J. S. Baxter, of Hava tea fame, has a notice in this week’s ••Cross” in reference to eggs. It is of special interest to poultry raisers and fanners. Mr C. H. Poole, plumber, -Ask st., calls special attention to his stock of useful; and ornamental lines both in gastittings and house fittings, lie has a large stock of tanks, baths, and beautiful bathroom fittings on hand. Competent tradesmen are sent out, and all work is done under his own personal supervision, ensuring despatch and reliability. See Mr Poole if you want- an estimate. Mr W. B. Scandrett, land agent, inserts a new property list on page four of this issue. There is a cry large range to select irom, and the list is well worth attention. Speculators should secure property novi, for a general rise is anticipated directly the tram promoters make a start with the new line. Special terms can be given with most oj the properties. There is a time in everyone s life when a spare hall-hour presents itself. Now that time can be profitably, filled if the public would rememjbor to call at Messrs Tdllicrap, McNaughton and Co.’s and secure some of the latest literature. The stock is large, and suited to all tastes. Have you ever thought how foolish you are to go on paying rent, when by a little forethought you can be securing a home of your oven. Money can be had at the present time at a low rate of interest,' either for Inlying - property or building. The firm of Messrs Hour and Stewart, corner of Dee and Don streets, have large and small sinus of money to let out, and residents should make, a point of attending to this matter at once.
Dominion Day is close at hand, and Mr Hanson, the phonograph, supplier, in the Arcade, tells the people how they can celebrate the occasion. See his special advt. in this week’s issue of the Cross.” Mr X. J. Keane has: received a consignment of fragrant, cool-smoking’ South- African tobacco. Once tried, always used. The good old post office still hangs out a sign opposite his premises in Dee street. Have a look at Mt T. Hide’s advt. in this issue in reference to cheap reading. He has a large stock of Books by the best authors at sixpence each. Old address —Ta.y st. Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses, drays, etc. in the Prince of Wales Yards to-day. The Southland Remedy Co., under the management of Prof. Scott, are having a good rim of business in treating ladies and gehts who are bald or whose hair is falling out. They arc treating by letter, and have Unite a number of cases to deal with. Short delays arc inevitable, but clients can rest assured that they are getting the beat attention. Already beneficial results are in evidence, and wo can safely predict plenty of work for the hairdressers, which is saying a lot for the treatment. Write today, boys—no need to go bald. Mr Geo. Froggatt continues his sale of the bankrupt stock in shop lately occupied by Mr Thos. Ekensteen. Housewives should not miss this opportunity of securing Bargains. The sale starts at 3 2.30. Sapphires for September is the subject of Air W. A. Brown's, advt. in this issue. Air Brown thanks the public for liberal patronage, and advises that, he is still selling cheap for cash. Don street is his address. SeeMtim to-day. All’ .Tas Grant, tobacconist. Dee st., has just received a new shipment of Boer tobacco, and has a special line of watches for sale at 7s 6d each. These valuable little timekeepers are meeting with ready sale. Get one before they are all sold. Messrs McKay Bros, insert the order of sales for to-day’s market.
The proprietors of Colyer’s Island dairy factory, Bluff, thank their numerous customers for liberal support and solicit a continuance of same. How are you'off for boots? If you want to get an easy-fitting, long] wearing supply, don’t forget that/ McConechy and Co., in the Arcade, can give yon the best value in town. Special stocks of ladies 1 ’ and children’s easy-fitting- boots and shoes. Call and inspect these goods. Mr W. B. Scandrett has a dairy farm for sale at £5 per acre. This little property is a sound investment and should meet with ready purchasers. Terms can be arranged. The best advertisement one can give is genuine value for your money. Mr T. Holmes, Champion Boot Shop, Taj' st., can fdl the bill in this, line. His boots are new and wellselected, and prices are very low for, cash. Messrs A. Xoble and Co., opposite the Southland Club Hotel, are showing special lines in crockery, china,; K.P. ware, leather goods, etc., at very low prices to clear. Call and inspect.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907
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