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Business Notes.

It is now three years since the oldestablished firm of George Lounsden held a clearing sale. Their, goods are new and up-to-date in every respect, and consequently the surplus stock accumulates slowly.. They now find that they have a splendid range for disposal at prices not to be approached in the Dominion. It is simply a sacrifice of up-to-date goods. Take a note of this and make a call. Sale starts this very day. Tke Southland Fresh Food and Ice Co. have commenced altering the luncheon and tea rooms in Esk st., lately occupied by Mrs Christie and Miss Clark. Extensive changes are being made,, and the rooms will be equal to any in the South Island. The company is noted for their small goods, and large business should result.

Messrs Rout and Stewart, land agents, corner of Don and Dee sts., have a number of desirable farm properties for sale. Anyone wishing to settle on - the land should call on them, and have a talk. The properties in their books are numerous and can bear inspection. Mr Jas 1 . Grant, hairdresser and tobacconist, Doe st., has a large supply of pipes on hand- His stock is new, choice, and well-selected, and can be r ec ommendod.

For reasons which they explain in their advt. on page 5 Messrs Thomson •and Beattie expect a record season in millinery and ready-to-wear garments.

The first thing a man should do when coming in from the country is to call at Messrs Topp and Co.'s hairdressing saloon, opposite the railwar- station. They can turn you out in first-class style, or supply you with pipes, tobacco, or cigarettes, that will make life a joy and business a pleasure. The Economic, Bee st., is now supplying men's suits made to measure for £2 12s Gd. They guarantee perfect tit. The material used is the very best, and these cheap suits are equally as good for Sunday wear as week-day wear. Call at the Economic, and have a chat.

Mi 1 J. S. Baxter has a special reference in this issue in regard to the famous Hava tea.

Xotwithstareeling the fact that a number of the post office officials' are laid up with influenza, the post office still remains opposite Mr N. J. Keane’s tobacco shop. Stamps, latest. newspapers, post cards, and the best oi tobaccos always being' exchanged. for the mighty dollar. Watch the crowds, and follow their good ecample.

Kdison was agreeably surprised with his efforts to produce a genuine talking- machine, but he must have been rather disaupointed at the prices they are being sold at. However, that Is not the public concern. Mr Hanson, of the Arcade, is the man to sell them, and the public are the peopie to buy. His little shop is crowded with people looking for the latest records, and they can always find what they want. You can do likewise. Have a chat with Hanson.

Messrs Lillicrap, McNaughton and Co. advertise some special lines in four par. advts. in this issue. Head them and act promptly. A stitch in time saves money. Anyone- wanting a- few stitches done should call on Mr T. Holmes, of the Champion Boot Shop. Tay si. Mr T. Hide has received a new- supply- of metal doll heads, which should prove things of joy to the children. Mr W. A.. Brown, Don st., has opener! his new stock of watches, jewellery, and e.p. ware, and invites a visit.

Old and new friends sihonkl make a point of calling - at Messrs Noble and Co.’s.

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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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