AUCTIONS. NORTH CANTERBURY CO-OPEBA TIVE STORES CO., LTD. NORTH CANTERBURY CO-OPERATIVE STORES COMPANY, UMIxED. EATsriGIIA CE-NjIRAL PRODUCE MARKET. TUESDAY JVJ_Jtx, itARCH 28th. . Skins, hides, fat and bag wool, 12 o'clock. Grain and produce of every description. Poultry, furniture, farm implements, etc. SPECIAL Ei\iKiln a deceased estate —Furniture and household effects, in excellent condition. Further Entries Solicited. E. W. RELPH, Manager. j 2881 A. S. CLARKSON, Auctioneer. ; -K-u/ivx-t CANTERBURY CO-OPERATIVE STORJiS COMFA.-xi 7 , LI_UT_.D, HAVE received instructions from W. C. Armitage, Esq., who is leaving New Zealand), TO SELL at tho Schcolhouse, Wocdend, On WEDNKSJUAiT NEXT, MARCH 29th, Tho whole of his Household F-trmituro and Effects, consisting of piano (Dresden model), handsome suite of iurniture in ' leather, carpets, 1 opossum rug, 1 opos- ! sum hearthrug with raised fox's head, ', hearthrugs, curtains, tables, ; ornaments, chairs, linoleum, bedsteads, and a quantity of furniture too numerous to particularise, also kitchen utensils, crockery, tools, and sundries. Sale at 1 -o'clock. E. W. RELPH, Manager. 2382 A. S. CLARKSON, Auctioneer. NORTH CANTERBURY CO-OPERATIVE STORES COMPAft *„ LIMITED, HAVE received instructions from Mr T. Todd, who boa leased his Farm, Coud's I road, Kaiapoi, to HOLD A CLEARING Pa ' j of LIVE and DEAD STOCK now or. the Farm, 1 On THURSDAY, MARCH COth, | Tho following are soma of the principal lots: —Horse, cow, dray and harness, weighing machine (Avery), grindstone, churn and dairy utensils, quantity of chaff, harness, etc. Also, lfc acres in potatoes, ft acre in parrots and mangolds. Also, household furniture and effects, consisting of sideboard, 'sewinjr mnchine, chairs, hearthrugs, linoleum, single and double bedsteads, and other items too numerous to particularise, the usual collection of kitchen utensils, crockery, tools, and sundries. Sal» at 1 o'clork. E. W. RF-LPTT. Manager. 2833 A. S. CLARKSON, Auctioneer._ LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. "VTOTICE is- hereby given that the several •*-** parcels of land hereinafter described will! be brought' under the provisions ,of the Land j Transfer Act, 1685, unless caveat be lodged forbidding the same on or before the 17th day' of APRIL, 1899. ! 8179. WILLIAM BOWRON and JOHN WILLIAM HILLARY—I acre 2 Toods 1 perch, part of Rural Section 14, Borough of Woolston. Occupied by Charles! 8480. EDWARD REVELL—I " rood 15 I perches, part of Rural Section 321, | Borough of Kaiapoi. Occupied by Applicant. 8492. JAMES ANDERSON—2O acres, Rural Section 2938, Block 11., Rangiora Survey District. Occupied by Applicant. I 8493. DONALD HUGH MONRO—27 perches, part Lot 157, Christchurch Town Reserves. Occupied by James McCausland and — McLeod as weekly tenants. 8494. ROBERT PITCAITHLY and THOMAS WALLACE—I rood, Section 12, City of Christchurch. Occupied by Applicants. 8498. ARCHIBALD McNAE the younger— 45 acres, Rural Section 12485, Block XIII, Oxford Survey District. Occupied by Henry David Neutzo as tenant. Diagrams may be inspected at this OfficeDated this 14th day of.March, 1899, at the Lands Registry Office, Christchurch. E. DENHAM, 2545 Deputy District Land ■ Registrar. EDUCATIONAL. ' DANCING, DEPORTMENT. (Under Vice-Rogal Patronage). MISS LOWE begs to intimate that she will RESUME her Classes in Christchurch on or about the 22nd of, MARCH. Hobbs's Room, Cathedral square. 1644 PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL, RANGIORA. THE TEACHERS who have conducted the Rangiora High' School for the last Five Years, will OPEN A PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL Next Terra at EUCKHAM HOUSE, High street,.Rangiora.- Boarders kept. G. I. SIM, A.M., 8.D., . 1883 _, Principal. PHYSICAL EDUCATION. . IN connection with her Classes for Dancinsr, MISS LOWE will OPEN a CLASS for PHYSICAL EDUCATION. During her recent visit to Melbourne Miss Lr>we made all necessary enquiries, and studied ths various systems thoroughly. At Home MOJNDAY and TUES-* DAY AFTERNOONS. - ~ CLARENDON HCTEL, 2385 . . Worcester street. -. ABERDARE HOUSE. 239 GLOUCESTER STREET WEST,' FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE, three minutes' walk from Post Office and Canterbury College. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. Good Sta'oiine. MRS BARFOxiD, . 2810 (Late of Gloucester House). dancing" THE MISSES BUCHANAN will RESUME their Classes on FRIDAY, March 24th. •Hall, Hereford street. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, March 25tli, 2.30, Hobbs's Euil'dings. Practice Class TUESDAY, April 11th, Hobbs's Buildings. Address - AORANGI, 'Hereford street E. ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, AND SINGING. M B A. J. W. B U N Z, (Organist and Choirmaster, St. Luke's), HAS RESUMED 'x_*ACHING in CHRISTCHURCH. 5 CRANMER SQUARE. 1434 COMMERCIAL 'COLLEGE. 150 Worcester street West. PRINCIPAL--MR C. H. GILBY, Honoursman and Fellow of tho National Phonographic Society, N.S.S.T., etc. VICE-PRINCIPAL— Miss E. A. Rout, Honours Diploma NJ?.S., etc. SHORTHAND RESULTS: At last year's examination by the local Association, for which returns are to hand (1897), our. Students gained SIXTEEN of the SEVENTEEN Highest Speed Certificates. ' Typewriting, Bookkeeping, and thorough Commercial Training. pHRISTCHURCH PHYSICAL TRAINING SCHOOL AND GYMNASIUM. LATIMER SQUARE. DIRECTOR - THOMAS S. TANKARD, N.P.R.S. Diploma and Medalist, Eng. THE ABOVE SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY, APRIL 11th. Day and Evening Classes for Ladies, Gentlemen, Boys, Girls, and Children. Arrangements can be made for Private Schools to have Instruction and Use the . Gymnasium. Address— 232S 46 CASHEL STREET. SHORTHAND AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL, Grain Agency Buildings, Triangle, Christchurch. RW. LOCKYER-DIGBY (Honours) N.S.S.T., N.U.T., Double Pitman Medallist, holder of Record Speed Certificates for 200 and 220 words per minute. Assisted by Miss E. E. Digby, late Principal School of Shorthand, etc:, Oaniaru. RESULTS—Shorthand: Pupils from this School hold First and Highest Speed Certificates in New Zealand. Typewriting; Every Certificate granted in New Zealand by the N.U.T., England, has been gained by pupils from this School. Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and full Commercial Training. BOAUD AND RESIDENCE. GLOUCESTER HOUSE, 356 Gloucester street West. FIRST-CLASS BOARD and RESIDENCE for LADIES and GENTLEMEN. Hot, Cold, sad' Shower Baths. Every Comfort and Attention Given. Most Central. TERMS MODERATE. MRS McNIE (late of Waitahtma House). GROSVENOE HOUSE—Private Board aad Residence; hot, cold, and shower baths. Terms moderate. Mrs Fitzgibbon, 56 Gloucester street, near Latimer square, - BOARD AND RESIDENCE. HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED Apartments for Ladies and Gentlemen. MRS SAWTELL, Sherwood, 72 Cashel street E. Telephone 703. PORTMANTEAUX and Gladstone Bags at Clearance Prices. David Bowman, ' Colombo street.
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