Public Notices. Public Notice HAYIXG fts-po«td of my Bakery Business tv Mr K. A. Constable, f must request an early settlflinvnt of all Account*. Payments may be made to Mr E. A. Constable afc my late premises, Wills Street, or to myself. 7 28 WM. BRYANT. NORTHERN STAR SEED POTATOES. Supplies of This Famous Potato Now to Hand, ALL those who have left Orders for some of the above must take de* livery aa coon as possible, as our Stock is very limited. Price—ls per lb, or 121bs for 10s 6d. Fletcher Bros,, CA«H SUPPLY STOEES. Brown's Patent STEEL ANTI-SLIPPING SHOES PjAN BE HAD AT KINGSTON'S } VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE. Evory 'Requisite for Comfortable Horse Shoeing kept in Stock. ____ 6 342 Trees. Trees. A S the Planting Reason has now cora- £%~ menced, I desire to call the Public's attention to my very Large Collection of Nuraery Stock, the hardiest and best to be found in the County. Apples (all worked on the blight proof stock) 10s per doz. Plums, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Cherries, etc. Gooseberries and Currants 3s 6d per doz, Whinham'n Industry Gooseberry 5s per doz. Laurels, 1 yr, 93 100. Cup. Macrocarpas, 2 yrg, 8s 100, P. Insignus, P: Muricata, Larch, S. Birch, Holly, Lauristinus, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, a great variety, including Camellias, Rhododendrons, Cedrus T>eodara. Roses from 8s doz. I have also a Large Stock of Araucaria Imbricata (Monkey Puzzle). Being the Oldest Established Nursery in the County, Customers can rely on getting the b9st at Lowest Prices. Planting done by Contract, and guaranteed 12 months. INSPECTION INVITED. James Porter, Nurseryman and Florist, Allenton, ASHBUKTON. 7 1 Frank Curtis, F.P.0.0., Doctor of Optics, HAVING devoted over five years to special study o£ the eye, and passed his Doctor's Degree at the College of Philadelphia, may be consulted on all defects of the eye remediable with glasses. THE OUT-OF-DATE PRACTICE of going to the ordinary optician, who tests with a trial case LARGELY BY GUESSWORK, or else sells over the counter, is HIGHLY DANGEROUS, as not being able to distinguish BETWEEN OPTICAL DEFECT AND DISEASE, the sight is often ruined. MY CONSULTING ROOM, lit with artificial light, and fitted with the FINEST and MOST ELABORATE sight-testing apparatus in Canterbury is at your service. Consultation Free. • PRICES STRICTLY MODERATE. Tree*! Trees! FRUIT TREES, of all Varieties, Young and vigorous, at 10s per doz. All Apples on Blight Proof Stocks ROSES—An Unrivalled Collection, from 8s per doz. HEDGE TREES (Well Grown & Rooted) Laurels, strong 1 yr old, 10s per 100 Macrooarpa „ 2 yr old, 8s per 100 Matipo „ 2yr old, 9s per 100 FOREST TREES Planted by Contract, a Speciality. GOOSEBERRY & CURRANT BUSHES At 4s per doz. The Largest Stock in the County. Whinham's Industry Gooseberry— 6s per dozen. INSPECTION INVITED. J. Killichamp and Sons, Bridge and Terrace Nurseries, Ashburton. 6 361 GAS LAMPS—Electro 7s 6d, Nordlißht 12s 6d, Phenomenon 153, Phenomenon Motor cycle 20s j Rieman's Carriage or Car Gas Lamps from 35s each— G. H. Carson, Cycle and Motor Works, OIL LAMPS—Our Lamps stay lit, Millo 6s 6d, Captain (made by J. Lucas & Sons) 7a 6d, Germania 10s 6d, Koh-I-Noor 14s 6d, Motor Cyoie lamps at lowest prices.— The G, H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, TANCRED STREET. WATERPROOF CAPES.—Prices from 10s to 15s; Mudguards, Bluemel's Genuine Celluloid from 7a 6d; Steel Guards fitted from 7s 6d, Mudguard Flaps 9d each, Saddle Covers, Lindsay's, 3a fid, 3 in 1 Oil for .Cleaning and Preventing Rust, and for Lubricating. Trouser Cuffs, long, 3s 6d. The G H. Carson Cjcle and Motor Works, Tancred Street. MOTOR ACCESSORIES.—Mica Spark Plugs 7s 6d, Porcelain Plugs 3s 6d, Genuine De Dion Porcelains with wires 3s. Exhaust and Inlet Valve Stems, A.O.V. and M.O.V. Valve Springs. Single Switches with Plug. 2 Way Switches. Handle Switches. Pi and R. Accumulators. Tert Lamps. Voltmeters. Goggles. Leather Coats and Breeohes. Tools, etc. Prices right. The G, H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works, Tancred Street. WELDON'S Ladies' Journal, Bazaar of Children's Fashions, Illustrated Dressmaker, Lady's Companion, Young Ladies' Journal, and others just to hand. H. M. JOHES, Booksellei and Stationer. WANTED Known — That for teg Smartest and Newest Clothing for Boys.—Mitchell and Turner are • right." MY WORD WHAT DO YOU THINK?"—BERT AMOS, at the Ready Money Shop, is selling 50 dozen Ladies' Hose at lOd pair, Skirts Is lid, White and Unbleached Tabling la 3d and Is 6d per yard, double size White Colonial Blankets 19s 6d per pair. Bargains to the right of you, Bargains to the left of you; in fact Bargains all around you, "At the Ready Money Shop," Tancred Street (opposite Arcade).
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