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Cust.—On Monday the annual fete in aid of the funds of St. James's Church, Cust, was carried out by a sale of work in the Institute Hall, at which good sales were effected. In the evening an entertainment was given by Mr Seager with lantern slides of Alpine scenery, which were explained by the Rev. McKenzis Gibson, and afterwards the Rangiora Dramatic Society produced the farce " A Regular Fix," which was well received. The gross receipts for the day were reported to be about £50. In it as Usuai*—ln the recent twentyfour hours'cycle race at Dunedin, H. A. Soanes, although injured by a collision, rode a Zealandia cycle 238? miles, beating the next man on an English Humber by eighteen miles. Orders executed promptly, and easy payments. N. Oates, Zealandia Cycle Works, Christchurch and Napier.—[Advt] Standjsh and Preece photographers by special appointment to his Excellency Lord Glasgow. Studio, 218 High treet. — [Advt.] Thrre Hundred and Fifty-Four and a half Miles in Twenty-Four Hours.— A. J. Body, on a Ripid cycle, weighing only _llbs, beating second man by 15f miles, the greatest test a machine can be put to. Send for catalogue of Rapids—the best constructed machine in the market. Waller, Scott and Mybre, 48 Manchester street.—[Advt.] " What are the Wild Waves Saying ?' —Try Aul&ebrook and Co.'a new water biscuits, and you will never be without them.—{Advtlj The Popular Verdict. — Sorrell's enamelled cabinets at 10s per dozen are unequalled in New Zealand. Studio, 141 Manchesterstreet.—[ A d vt. 1 The Schussler Kf.mkdies have now been thoroughly tested, especially in this oity. You hear people continually speaking of the marvellous results obtained by these remedies. They are simple, inexpensive and most effectual in the cure of all diseases. Heal'h Supplies Co., 245 Cashel street.— £ASTX.]

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Press, Volume LI, Issue 8926, 17 October 1894

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Press, Volume LI, Issue 8926, 17 October 1894

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