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Business Notes.

The enterprising firm of hardware merchants (Messrs Smith and Lalng) doing business in Esk street, have made considerable alterations to their already extensive premises, which, when finished, this firm will have one of the best equipped establishments in the colony. The showroom is a picture —row after row of elegant furnishings cover the w'hole top flat, and at the time of our visit groups of ladies and gentlemen were engaged here and there making selections. The additions include more showroom space and a furniture factory. The warehouse is now replete with everything that one could desire. The window display indicates the class of goods’ to be had, but the proprietors offer a hearty invitation to the ladies of the district to come and, have a look rounci.. It costs nothing, and everything is ticketed in plain figures, and those about to furnish should make an inspection. All the latest goods are being added, and prices range To suit all purses. Xote the address ; Messrs' Smith and Laing Esk street, Invercargill. Houses can be furnished throughout at very short notice-

Have you ever thought how silly you are to walk mile after mile in the daily course of business, when you can buy a first-class cycle at a price that is almost cheaper than shoe leather. Just figure it out for yourself, and then consult Messrs Geo. Woods and Co., cycle experts, next Messrs J. A. Mitchell and Co.’s sale yards. Think of the pleasure you can get from a well-appointed cycle : and think how your wife will smile and call you a good hoy if you present her with a cycle ; she’s the best friend you have. Call to-iday and see Mr Woods. His prices are below auction room prices, and his value is unbeaten in New Zealand. All cycles guaranteed. No faulty parts. Don’t delav a moment. The Southland Building Society, the oldest institution in Southland, and one that has assisted thousands to secure homes, advertises money to lend at low rates of internet. Mr H. D. Smith, secretary of the Southland Hospital Trust, calls for tenders for furnishing the new Nurses’ Home, It is Just the thing that the nurses require. Owing to the large number at present in the institution their lot is not an enviable one. It is gratifying to note that-.-this will he remedied shortly. Mr C. J. Brodrick, architect, invites tenders for a house at Waimahaka. No doubt local builders will give this attention, as the building trade is somewhat slack in Invercargill at present. Mr T. W. 'Walker, town clehk notifies that a poll in connection with the proposed loan will take place on Oct. 4th. A sale of work j n aid of the Wallacetown hall funds will he held on Wednesday, 9th Oct. A lot of useful articles have been got together, and a splendid concert programme is arranged for the evening. Try T. Hide, Tay street, for ladies’ lines. Don’t go bald ! See Mr Dewe’s advertisement. Don’t miss the Phonograph concert on Wednesday. Read Messrs Herbert, Haynes and Co-’s advt. on page 3. Farmers, get your grass seed from Messrs Wright, Stephenson and Co. Patronise Messrs A. Noble and Co., Dee street. For value in boots try Messrs McConechy and Co., Arcade. £350 for a home ! See Mr Scanclrett to-day. Sapphires for September at Mr W. A. Brown’s, Don st.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 23, 28 September 1907

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