PUBLIC NOTICES. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED. PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF A CHRISTCHURCH CLAIM. [COPY.] 198 Hereford street, Christchurch, September 2Sth, 1895. The District Agent, The Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, Limited, Christchurch. Dear Sir,— We beg to acknowledge receipt of your cheque in settlement of the claim of Mrs E. L. MANNING under the policy of her late husband, and we desire to thank you for your prompt payment, the cheque being handed to us immediately upon proof of death, and without expense to Mrs Manning.—Yours faithfully, ACTON-ADAMS and KIPPENBERGER. E. C. YOUNG, District Agent. ARTHUR E. GIBBS, Secretary for New Zealand. 5758F LANCASTER PARK SWIMMING BATH WILL BE OPENED NEXT WEEK. SUBSCRIPTIONS— Men 10s, boys under sixteen years ss, ladies ss, single baths 6d. Members' tickets can be obtained from the Caretaker. Hours—Men, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., 12 noon to 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. On Thursdays aud Saturdays the bath will be open from 12 till 7 p.m. L. A. CUFF, Secretary C.C. and A.S.G. Co. 174 Hereford 3treet. 5770 WE ARE LANDING EX CRUSADER FROM GLASGOW, nf\ QUARTER-CASKS AND OCTAVES THOM & CAMERON'S RE-VATTED OLD HIGHLAND, ROB ROY, and LOCHIEL WHISKIES. ! BISHOP AND GARDNER, SOLE AGENTS FOR CANTERBURY', 18-t Armagh street, Christchurch. 5753F JUST PUBLISHED. rjpHE CUSTOMS TARIFF OF NEW ' ZEALAND, Including EXCISE DUTIES, Alphabetically Arranged, Corrected to 30th September, 1895. By H. W. BREWER, H.M. Custom., Wellington, PRICE la, or Interleaved Is 6d. WHITCOMBE AND TOMBS, LIMITED. ' 5755F STYX CIDER. XJffTHOLESALE AGENTS FOR CANTERBURYWOOD, SHAND and CO., 209 Hereford street. SOLE RETAIL AGENTS— G. 11. McHAFFIE. E. F. DOMBRAIN, 141 Cashel street. CELLARS—I 46 HEREFORD STREET. ! SOLD. SOLD. SOLD. TTAVING DISPOSED OF THE PREMISES MR W. T °BATES, The Whole of our Large Stock OP NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE j Comprising Every Requisite for the Household, MUST BE SOLD, And to save auction expenses no reasonable offer will be refused. REED'S FURNITURE PALACE, F HIGH STREET. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. "•tTISITORS to above can get FRESH FISH, &c, FISH AND OYSTER LUNCHEONS, TEAS. OR SUPPER AT ALL HOURS, J. DODDS, 182 COLOMBO STREET, Next Langdon and Steel. Telephone 174. __F TRAVELLING TRUNKS ALL SIZES, TRAVELLING TRUNKS ALL PRICES, AT MINSON'S D^ H i A oT, 144 TEA SETS, From 7s 6d to 40a. EXCEPTIONALLY CHEAP SETS, 10 PIECES, 10a 6d and 12a 6d, AT MINSON'S D c E H foi,. 220 COLOMBO STREET. THOS. MURIDGE, D.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST. From Brook street, London West. Late Member Dental Board of Victoria. HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE. Telephone 711. Private Residence—Sumner Lodge, Cashel street. Telephone 774. F LADIES* GYMNASIUM. [ Terms, 10s 6d a quarter (20 lessons). ' A CLASS for LADIES and CHILDREN wUI be __ OPENED in the V.M.C.A. Room, at 2.30 p.m., on SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY, half-past Three. LESSONS in above by MISS DILLON, Certificated Pupil (and Gold Medali...) of the Celebrated Gymnast, Miss Elphinston Dick, of Australia. 2029 MEETINGS, &c. LINCOLN ROAD BOARD. THE ADJOURNED MEETING of RATEPAYERS -milbe held at noon, MONDAY, 7th inst. J. W. OVERTON, 5797 Chairman. CRICKET. ASHLEY COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. THE OPENING GAME of this Ciub will be played on the RANGIORA CRICKET GROUND, At 1.30 p.m. on SATURDAY, sth OCTOBER, When the First Eleven will play the Rest of the Club. J. GARTY, 5786 Hon. Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on September 30th, Lady's Silver WATCH. Finder rewarded on returning same to L. A. OuS, 174 Hereford street. 5759 X O-sT. in Christchurch, on Wednesday, September Xj. 25th, a Blue SHEEP DOG. Answers to name o_ Bluev. Finder will be rewarded on returning liaine to G. A. Lindeman, Tai Tapu. Anyone detaining tame after this date will be prosecuted. 5705 YaME io mv Place last Thursday, a Yellow and / White SHI-EP DOG ; Collar No. 366; registered at City Council. Samuel Prialc, (Juarr>"man, Opawa. 5760
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