Business Notices. S. MYERS & CO., CHRISTCHURCH '.Corner of Cashei and High streets.* ARTIFICIAL TEKThT" NBWRST SYSTEM OF CONSTRUCTION. LIGHTEST YET INVENTED. ' MIGHEST aasa Wort at most Moderate Fees. Painless Extraction of Teeth. jus Oxide Gas removes all fear and pain for any operation on the Test'n. Perfectly safe and harmless. FES FOR ADMINISTRATION, sa. EXTRACTION, 2s 60. All Dentur.es leaving our Surgery guaranteed or eating and speaking. Consultation Free. Hours of Attendance, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tele phone. Surgery, 279. Private ResidenceCorner of Cashei and Barbadoes streets. Telephone 503. S. MYERS and CO., Surgeon Dentists. EASY MADE. PATENT ROLLER SOLUBLE COFFEE POWDER. Only requires boiling water or milk poured over powder. As convenient, much cheaper, and better than Rsienc? or Extracts. STRANG'S RENOWN KD MAORI BRAND COFFKK, A Blend ot the Finest Mocha and Ceylon Coffees, Liquored in the usual way. STRANG'S COFFEES are superior to all others, being prepared by his unique patented Dry Hot-Air process. PURE PEPPERS AND SPICES. Ask your Grocer for them. DAVID "STRANG, COFFEE SPECIALIST. INVERCARGILL. 'B. HALE & CO., ROPE and BINDER TWINE j MANUFACTURERS, I'LAND, ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS, 176 HEREFORD STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. ABSENTEES REPRESENTED. FOR SALE, A FARM of 250 ACRES ONE of 280 ACRK3 ONK.of SiO ACRES ONE o 950 ACRES .IN TOWN—FOR SALE, First-class HOUSE of 13 Room* J ACRE,, St. Asapti street. 5 SECTIONS near Lancaster Park TO LET ON BUILDING LEASES, 67 Feet Frontage in Caahel street; walls , each side already built 50 by ISS Feet lachtield street, with store 80 x 50 feet A grand Corner Section Colombo and Lichfield streets, 120 x 50 feet. 5618 i . i
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