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£25 1912 XMAS COMPETITION. Free to all. OPEN TILL NOVEMBER 30. Results Published December 14, 1912. VI7E offer the above for the best text * ot c 3-inch single-oolumn advertisement. Apply for competition forms, with full particulars, to anyone o four branches or to our Heed Office, Ohristchuroh. GEORGE DAVIES, L™., New Zealand's Leading Tailors, Address: 64 Willis St., WELLINGTON. Head Office, CHRISTCHURQH. Branches throughout New Zealand. Author & Printer. A GUIDE for Authors, Print•**ers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors and Typists. With full list of abbreviations. An attempt to codify the best typor graphical practices of the present day. By F. Howard Collins. With the assistance of many authors, editors and printers. Cloth, 2a.; postage, 2d. S. & W. MACKAY, 86 LAMBTON QUAY, WELLINGTON. RAILWAY HOTEL, LOWER HUTT. Renovated Throughout. tpelght'B and Stapleton's on Tap. E. DWYER, Proprietor. tfiftte of Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, Wellington.) CENTRAL HOTEL, PETONE. J. MABRIOT ... Proprietor. Nothing Calnedby Bragging. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. EXCELSIOR HOTEI* TIMARU. t W. N. JONES Proprietor. Cood Accommodation. ABC CAFE, Manchester Street, CHRISTCHURCH. FISH AND OYSTER SUPPERS. GRILLS, ETC. R. B. WILSON, Proprietor. WORKERS .... Out Motto: Cood Liquor, Civility and Attention —At the— ALBERT HOTEL. J. McDONALD, Proprietor. Hairdresser &' tobacconist. H. 0. ORSBORN, Iβ Lambton Quay, WELLINGTON, WORKERS, PATRONISE HIM. satisfaction Guaranteed. &UR FAITH IN : ■ NON-TREAD OVER . . BOOTS . . Makes us hope you'll try them , in charity to your feet. —Sole Agents— J. W.SOUTER, TIMARU. nnHE TAILOR MAKES THE MAN. The Praotioal Man -—Employs the- — Praotlcal.. Tailor THOMAS~NICOL, HUNTLY. MANNING & CO., LEADING GROCER 8, TIMARU. 'Phone 32. A Home from Home. *H3? GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, CREYMOUTH. P. PHELAN ... Proprietor. BILLIARD ROOMS. DUNOLLIE. First-class Tables. J. E. WOODHOUSE Proprietor. NATIONAL HOTEL, LAMBTON QUAY ... WELLINGTON. .The new proprietor (late of Grosvenor Hotel) will be pleased to see old and new friends. Best Wines, Spirits, and Ales. SAM AITKEN. Proprietor. SHADES HOTEL, Hereford Street, ... CHRISTCHURCH. First-das 3 Accommodation :: Moderate Tariff. :: Terms on application. :: Permanent Boarders will find every com* fort and Convenience. :: Country Visitors specially catered for. W. J. LARCOMBE ...... Proprietor. (Late of Hanmer Springs.) (JO SHEARERS & TRAVELLERS, MR &MRS~ELLERAY, (Nee Miss Ciss. McMahon), Hare taken over the PRINCESS HOTEL, MOLESWORTH St., WELLINGTON, whore they will be pleaded to meet old friends. HELPFUL Hints for the .Decoration and Upkeep of the Home. —No working man can afford to.pay fancy prices for anything in the paint line. W<» stock ever}' brand of Paint, Varnish or Stain under the sun. Call or Write, and we will show how to beautify Sour home for a few shillings.—R. ,ND E. TINGEt AND CO., LTD., Manners Street.
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