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Racing at Te Awamutu. Zoo officially optrre 1 this afternoon. Niagara leaves to-night for Sydney. City of Newcastle Jue from New York o-morrow. Twenty-five injurel in tram collision n Sydney. Fresh Hops rat ion proposals are to be nade by Germany. The British Parliament has been portioned until February. Undefended divorce petition granted at nipreme Court this morning. Port "Denieon sailed for London to-day ,vitu produce and frozen meat. Dispute among three Chinese laundry. Tien mentioned at Supreme Court this morning. Moist and muggy weather. Ten points :>f rain fell yesterday, and a good deal nore this morning. It is stated that America will call a conference of European powers to consider the reparations question. Rain interfered with the EnglandAuckland cricket match this morning, the game being resumed this afternoon. Woman alleged to have been caught shop-lifting at Rendalls remanded at Police Court this morning for melieal observation. A girl of 11 years covered two miles with ease in a school swimming test at Wanganui yesterday, and another girl swam a mile and three-quarters. George Harrison, five times convicted of drunkenness within six and with 27 convictions for various offences against him, sent to gaol for a month this morning. Following complaints of money missed from clothing of bathers at Tepid Baths middle-aged man appeared at Court this morning on two charges of theftRemanded for a week. Delay is dangerous:—Dozens are daily taking advantage of our great offer. Beautiful Christmas presents of furs, fur coats, offering at half winter prices.—Empire Furriers, opp. Town Hall.—(Ad.) For sterling value in furs and fur coats, ideal presents for Xmae and the coming fall only to be had at the ilelba Fur Co., 338, Queen Street.—(Ad.) Ladies' 9ct gold wristlet watches, 15----jewel lever movement, guarantee given with every watch; usual price £5. Now £2 10/.—Victor Brownson, Iβ, Queen Street.—(Ad.) Kelleway's, always cheapest draper.— Real hand-made lace, 3in, 1/6* yd; silk ankle hose, gTey, tan, white, 1/111 pair. Newmarket. — (Ad.) Shelmerdine's umbrella and sunshade experts, unexcelled for Xmas gifts.— Tabernacle Bldgs., Newton. —(Ad.) Last week. Come and see Warren's beautiful Xmas exhibition. Music while you shop.—Third floor, Strand Arcade. "(Ad.) ■Without a doubt the 'beet variety of Xmaa liate is at Miss Dixon's, 34, Victoria Street—(Ad.) Ernie Roberta, iCrnie Roberts, Ernie Roberts, tailor; la , * t cut. 109, Karangahaoe Road, over I'.K.S. Dismensary. —Ad. Chrietmas presents at big discount.-,. Come inside and see for yoursehe*. Skeates. Jeweller, 252. Queen St.. opp. Strand Theatre, next Savings Bank. (Ad.) Ladies' toilet sets, latest designs, amazing value. Original price £4; now £2. Victor Brownson. jeweller, Queen St. Ad.
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