PUBLIC NOTICES. WINTER, COLD AND WET. /""I ET YOUR MACKINTOSHES and OVERCOATS FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. W. A. TRIBE AND CO., UP-TO-DATE HOUSE, 219 HIGH STREET. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. AFTER JUNE 3rd mv OFFICE will be in Messrs ROPER and CO.'S BUILDINGS, Cathedral square, where I shall continue the practice established by my father (the late B. W. Mountfort). CYRIL J. MOUNTFORT, 3527 Architect. TO THE PUBLIC OF LYTTELTON AND DISTRICT. ' FROM JUNE Ist-A CHANGE ON THE CORNER MR HOBDEN'S CHEMISTS BUSINESS been PURCHASED by E. H. JECKS (PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST), And will be conducted by him from above date. Customers may rely upon receiving courteous attention, and the benefit of many years' varied experience with leading firms in England and the colony. THE CORNER CHEMIST. 3325 THE AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND LIFE ASSURANCE SOOIETY Require a SPECIAL AGENT To introduce their NEW SYSTEM OF LIF.E ASSURANCE, Which provides that If a man aged 30 effected an assurance of £250, with profits payable at 60 or previous death, and he paid one year's premium to-day and became permanently ill from to-morrow, the Society would refund 364 days premium, and NDT CHARGE ANY FURTHER PREMIUMS, but wonld pay the £250, with profits in full, WITHOUT DEDUCTIONS, upon the member reaching 60, or at his previous death. Apply to Box 203 Christchurch. 5553 IN GRATITUDE. CHARLES JAMES RUSSELL, M.D.. desires to tender his most grateful and heartfelt THANKS to Messrs James Knight, George Simpson, Henry Allen, Robert Thompson, and to those Ladies and Gentlemen who have contributed so largely to his relief and comfort, while passing through a period of indescribable suffering, humiliation, and pecuniary loss. His thanks and gratitude are also due to his counsel, T. I. Joynt, Esq., for his constant, earnest and indefatigable energy in his (Dr. Rus-ell's) defence ; nor can he forget the great kindness of the Governor, and every officer and warder of the Lyttelton Prison, for their generous consideration during his detention. Dr. Russell desires also to thank a generous, just, charitable and liberty-loving public, for the great sympathy ana kind feeling extended to him; and for the many expressions—in money and by letter, telegraph aud telephone ; also for the thousands of good wishes bestowed upon him, coupled with a hope that he would triumph over prejudice, partiality, injustice, inhumanity and wrong. Dr. Russell desires at the same time to acknowledge the kindness of the Press.of the city in not attempting to make gain or copy out of his misfortune by sensational decoys. Tristam Hove, 204 Manchester street, 'May 31st, 1898. 3550 — x PROFESSIONAL. PERSONS wishing to consult CHARLES JAMES RUS3EL',, M.D., will find the hours for receiving patients and his address as follows:—• Morning from 9 to 10i30. Afternoon from 1 to 3.30. Evening from 6 to 7.30. Sundays—Morning from 9to 10. Afternoon trom lto3. Address—Tristram House, 204 Manchester Btreet, near St. Luke's Church. Telephone 690. 3441 A. DUDLEY DOBSON, M. Inst, C.E., CERTIFICATED MUNICIPAL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER. Authorised and Licensed Surveyor under the Victoria and New Zealand Transfer of Land Statutes. South British Chambers, Christchurch. In the matter of the Companies Act, 1882, and the Acts amending the same, and in the matter of the Wood and Claydon Automatic Stoker, Coal Crusher, Self-feeder and Smoke Consumer Company, Limited. NOTICE is hereby given that the Creditors of the above-named Company are required, on or before the 21st day of JUNE, 1898, 10 send their Names and Addresses and the Particulars of their Debts or Claims, and the Names and Addresses of their Solicitors (if any), to the undersigned, ALEXANDER FERGUSON NICHOLL, or Christchurch, care of Messieurs Stringer and Oresswell, Solicitors, the Liquidator of the said Company, and if required by notice in writing from the said Liquidator are by their solicitors to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit ot any distribution made before such debts are proved. Dated this 20th day of May, 1898. A. F. NICHOLL, 2776 Liquidator. .r(TO.LB', R4DINO SCHOOL. ■Cycling Academy, Drillshed, Cashel street, Christchurch. PROMOTER .. F. W. PAINTER. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DAILY SESSIONS— From 2to 5 p.m. Tickets, Is 6d each, or twelve for 10s6d. PRIVATE TUITION. Ladies or Gentlemen requiring Private Lessons with special attention to Deportment can arrange Hours to suit convenience. TERMS—2s 6d per Lesson, or 21s per Course. J. C. CUSACK (Ten Years with Davies and Lamb), HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST, 191 High street, Opposite dock Tower, Christchurch. 2188r MEETINGS, &c. THE PROHIBITION LEAGUE WILL MEET TO-NIGHT and IN FUTURE THE W.C.T.U. ROOMS, Above Toneycliffe and Carey's, Gloucester street __ 3548 DURHAM STREET WESLEYAN CHURCH.— SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES will be held in the above Church Every Night THIS WEEK (except Saturday). To be conducted by Mr R. Robertson of the Australasian Evangelistic Society, commencing at 7.30. Sankey's hymns. 3350 INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY. PUBLIC MEETING. LECTURE BY MR J. M. XWOMEY, Of Temuka, on "LOCAL INDUSTRIES FROM AN ECONOMIC POINT OF VIEW," AT THE ROOMS, 154 WORCESTER STREET, THURSDAY, JUNE 2kd, 1898, At 8 .p.m. 3433 JAMES BROMLEY, Secretary. ASHLEY LODGE, No. 23, RANGIORA. THE INSTALLATION of Bro. SYDNEY O. SMITH, Worshuiul Master elect of above Lodge, and the Investiture of his Officers, will take place THIS EVENING (THURSDAY), June 2nd. Members of all Constitutions are cordially invited. Lodge tyied at 6.30 p.m. R. BALL, P.M., • 3512 f Secretary. y% ISP W CONCORD MASONIC LODGE, No. 39, PAPANUI. A DRAG will LEAVE Cathedral square THURSDAY, the 2ud June, at 5.30 shaVp, to convey 1 Brethren of the above Lodge who intend being present at the Ashley Lodge Installation. [ 355fc R. COATES, W.M. ANTED, Buyers Brass Kail Bedsttadj, BA. AtldsaM'l.
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