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Observer, Volume X, Issue 604, 31 January 1891, Page 14
NEW ZEALAND AMATEUR ATHLETIC- ASSOCIATION AND CYCLISTS' ALLIANCE. FIRST COMBINED CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING, To be held in the DOMAIN, AUCKLAND, N.Z. On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEB. 6th and 7th, 1891. L A CUFF P. G. WITHERS, Hon. Sec. N.Z.A.A.A., Hon. Sec. N.Z.C.A., P.O. Box 96, Christchurch. P.O. Box 113, Chnstchurch,. J. HALYDAY, Jun., Acting Assistant Hon. Sec. nn~o moußisTs, et c, BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS FOR HOME. Inlaid Table Tops, Cabinets, Jewel Cases Boxes, &c.,&c., all made from the finest and rarest class of New Zealand s Rich Forest Timbers, at very reasonable prices. Patronised by nearly all nobility, gentry, and officers who have visited New Zealand. „_ W. NORRIE, Queen-street (the main street), opposite Bank of Australasia,. R WALTER I. ROBINSON'S TECHNICAL CLASSES are RESUMED. Mechanical and Geometrical Drawing — Building and Machine Construction — Applied Mechanics — The Steam Engine and Engineering. Engineers prepared for the Board of Trade Examinations. Special Classes in Drawing for School Teachers. These Classes are affiliated to the Science and Art Depart- ment, South Kensington, London, and certificates and prizes will be awarded on the results of annual examinations. Mr Robinson holds the National Medals and Honours Cer- tificates in the above subjects, and has had many years expa rience as a Practical Engineer and Draughtsman, as welL as a Teacher. For particulars, apply Mount Boskill. ___ -^TENI! X^IDI! T^ICI! TAILORING. After an unusually busy Christmas, and con- sequent clearing out of Stook, we have RE- STOCKED with the NEWEST PRODUC- TIONS of the best Colonial, English, and Continental Manufacturers, and are still ia n. position to say — •POSITIVELY NO ADVANCE IN PRICE !• SAC SCTIT TO MEASURE from JA/ TROUSERS „ „ „ "!()/(> Our only address is— 205 QUEEN-STREET 205 (Adjoining Arthur's old Mart, opposite Goodson's). G. MciBRIDE, Merchant Tailor, Impobter, MANXrj?ACTT/RBR, Naval and Military Contractor. I The Largest Tailoring Concern in New- Zealand. f^OING OUT OF RETAIL BUSINESS R. H. ABBOTT & CO. Beg- to announce to the public of Auckland that they are Re- tiringlfrom Retail Business in Auckland, Mr R. H. Abbott, ■who has just returned from England, having entered, while- , there, into other arrangements. The large stock of over £2,000 has been carefully gone- through, and every item specially and largely reduced for speedy clearance. It goes without saying that great bargains are offered in all departments. The stock must be sold right out, as we are entirely giving up Retail Business in Auckland. The Sale commences on MONDAY, and forms an opportu. nity of securing BARGAINS in DRAPERY AND CLOTHING seldom afforded, as we are entirely going out of retail business, and all Goods are marked at STARTLING REDUCTIONS to ensure a great and popular Sale. R. H. ABBOTT & CO, DRAPERS AND CLOTHIERS, UPPER SYMONDS STREET (only).