Messrs Begg and Co., Esk street, •call attention to their .stock of Edison phonographs and Columbia gramophones. These they supply on easy terms, and invite inspection. Messrs Thomson and Beattie have something to say as to how to make the home beautiful, on page 5. Messrs Wright, Stephenson and Co. insert a testimonial from Mr Geo. Simpson, West Plains, in reference to Garton turnip seeds. He is very sanguine, and declares he would willingly pay double rather than use any other seeds. Messrs J.. A. Mitchell and Co. sell horses, etc., in the Prince of Wales Yards to-day. The man who lives in the present age must keep himself abreast of the times. He must study the latest literature. This is procurable at Messrs Liiiicrap, McNaughton and Co.’s, Esk street, at a very low': cost. Call and sec our stocks. Geo. Lumsden's sale is now in full swing. This is the shop for serviceaide, sensible wedding gifts.. No Trashy, or foolishly ornate tawdy, stuff, but strong, durable, and long wearing designs. Step along to-day and participate. Old address : Deo street. Ask for Lumsden’s. Visions of summer loveliness are evident in Messrs Price and Bulleid’s windows in Tay street, and largo crowds daily visit this up-to-date warehouse in quest of bargains. Mr W. B. Scandrett’s special advt. in this issue contains particulars of a choice home, at Stewart Island, which he has for disposal. The house contains six rooms, and is within 5 minutes of the wharf. There is ample land and a fine orchard. The property is a bargain at £315. The honour of your presence is re■quested at Messrs A. Xoble and Co.’s shop, opposite the Southland Club Hotel. They are now offering splendid household lines at bargain prices. Head a few of their gifts in their announcement in the ' *Cross’-’-this week. Although high winds and dust are the order of the day, Mr J. Dewe, Kelvin street, guarantees to give anyone a splendid growth of hair in six weeks' time, if they will only follow a few simple directions., Call and see him. The new tea and luncheon rooms of the Fresh Food and Ice Co., in Esk street, are now in full swing, and patrons are promptly attended to. If you missed the phonograph concert on the Rotunda on Wednesday night you are to be pittied. It was a splendid affair, and was much enjoyed. Mr Hanson has sold a number of machines and records since then, and the public should call and inspect. The same old prices, and they are within the reach of all. It is just, the thing for the home, whether you live in Gala street or at the Bluff. Christmas is coming—that’s the first fact. The next is that Mr T. Hide, Tay st., is the man from whom to buy Xmas Cards. He has just opened a large range of these dainty little peace and goodwill bearers, and can sell at all prices; t 0 suit customers.
On and after Monday next Messrs McConechy and Co. say good-bye to the Arcade, and as a sign of their extensive business-, open in Dec st. Their sojourn in the Arcade has brought contentment to many hundreds in Southland, and the farmer, the bushman, the banker, business man, or clerk will find them as heretofore—eager to give them satisfaction at startlingly low prices. Their new location is in part of Mr T. Millar’s shop, in Dee st. In November there is an enormous trade done in rings in Southland. ISTow, for rings that fit easy and bring peace and happiness to the wearers, those sold by Mr W. A. Brown, in Don st., stahd alone in finish, style, and price. Secure the best, and make life a joy. See Mr Brown before the sun goes down today. Although it. is a fact that the post office clock was not lighted on Tuesday night, that Mr Hanson gave an entertainment on the phonograph from- the Rotunda on Wednesday night, and that the vestibule of the private boxes was not lighted on Thursday night, the truth still remains, as we are repeatedly telling the public that the post office is opposite Mr N. J. Keane’s, in Dee street. Ail leading Xmas weeklies, pipes, tobacco, etc., on hand.
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Business Notes., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907
Business Notes. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907
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