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Business Notes.

Everything' for the garden. That is a comprehensive saying and a true one in s(o far as its relation to the stocks offered by the well-known, seed firm of Lennie and Sons are concerned. Established in 1886, the firm this year attains its majority, which in itself is a noteworthy fact, and the success met with during that time may be ascribed to the undoubted reputation J. L. and S. have cai> Tied throughout the district and the Dominion. Therefore, our readers in search of seeds, plants or garden requisites of any kind will do well to leave their orders at 34 Dee street. Mi' B. S. Perry, nurserymgn, inserts a change of copy in this week,; and desires to call special attention to his finest mixed lawn grass. Nothink looks better than a nice green lawn, and Mr Perry has made a special study in the selection of these grasses, and patrons will find it to their advantage to give him a call. Mr A. B. Arthur, watchmaker and jeweller, ,Tay st., wishes to 'draw attention to his large find valuable stocik of Xmas and Wedding presents. His is a new and well-selected stock, and the prices arc within the reach of all. In marriage presents he can how a now and artistic line. Mr W. A. Brown, watchmaker, Don st., 'has a large stock of choice jewellery on sale. Messrs A. Noble and Co., opposite the Southland Club, |Dee street, have a choice line of cheap music pieces.. Mr W. B. Scandrctt’s special advtb in this issue tells of a fine properly for. sale in McQuarrie st. Mr T. Holmes, Champion Boot Shop, Tay st., has a large stock of tennis shoes. Messrs Lilli crap, McNaughton and Co-, Esk at., have a number of choice booklets on hand for sending to friends at Home. Mr J. T. Gibson, Imperial Buildings, is opening his new season’s goods. Mr N. J. Keane has a special display of cricket requisites. Buy from a practical man. The best boots in New Zealand are to be had at Messrs McGoncchy and Co.’s in the Arcade. All the latest Xmas weeklies can bo had from Mr Thos. Hide, Tay st. Busy business men should read Mr Jas. Grant’s advt. in this issue.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 25, 12 October 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 25, 12 October 1907

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