BUSINESS NOTICES, | RIZAIitXE CARDS, in Packets, assortedj •hapem. New and Beautiful Deaign* for ) painting as Xtttae and New Year Cards. Also New* Deigns in Plaques, etc., at Very Moderate Prices. Cfcdl and See them. J, W. GIBBS, PINE ART DEPOT, ■ Morten'* Buildings, Cathedral square. 88. SPEER, THE origin*! H; J. SPEER, M.D., Graduate of Harvard University, U.S.A., TTAH REMOVED bom Wellington to DUNEDIN. CHBQNIC, NERVOUS, ALL SKIN DISEASES, KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLES SPECIALTIES. PaopU ■* a distance can ha treated at ham* to dattritae Utair cams bj letter. H. J. SPEER, M.D., P.O. Box 210, Dunedin. SEND Jd FOR COURSE OP TREATMENT, j JUnSON, AHDBRSON ft CO., 189 HEB*rc>F.l> STEEET. Bold st aix Oaoesas. VHOUE VjiXUX V€ T«A—KO F&IXS& PEY/S COCOA TEE 10» PRIZE MEDALS. DIPLOMA* QOLD MEDALS AND CEBTIFIO E ;* F MERIT. pube cflocoL.vra conpsi TIONERY. Tobehadfrom all Merchants, Grocers, Storekeeper and Confectioners. HIGHEST AWARD CHICAGO 1833 j AITKEN AND ROBERTS 143 Colombo street, corner Caahel street, TNYITE your Inspection of their Now Stock Of IRONMONGERY, Which th«r °fi<* at Moet Be&woablt PnoM. DAVIS'S Vertical Feed sewing Machine Needles are One Shilling and Sixpence per dozen, at Minson and Co.'s, 220 Colombo street, who are sole agents for the machine. _ TTENETLIN Blinds re-taped at BaUantyno'e. BbNNIKCrTOirS~PiIIB zre 801d _ at~On« Shilling per Box, a price which places thi« valnaMw remedy within the reach of all. IF you are troubled with Indigestion, .or Liver Complaint, try Bonnington's Pille. Belief guaranteed. Is per box. MERIT will tell—Bonnington's Pillfl are now sold throughout Australia and New Zealand. SeJee increasing evary day. TTARLEQUIN TOIsACCO gives a pleasant XI cool tmoke. TO Let, ior Christmas Holidays, for 6 or 8 weak*, from December 20th (or thereabouts) Furnished Modern House of 9 rooms in the City; nice locality; rent very moderate to good tenant. Apply Cowper and Sons, Cotoi»bo street. 8486 GROCERIES, all of best quality, can be obtained from W. G. Shepheard, Lyttelton; also, _Tiger_Teas. .. " . IF you wieh your little Entertainment to be a Sacceße,_uße Tiger_Teas. rriOWNBND'S Sulphur Hair Restorer is X Guaranteed to restore Grey Hair to its natural colour. It is not a dye. It removes ecerf and dandruff, and prevents the hair from falling out. Price 2s, by poet 2s 9d. W. P. Towneed, 183 Colombo street, Christchurch. TEAS eteadily gTow in Public X ■ Fvrdar. ■; - ■ -• . i OHOE BRUSHES, grand value at 2s per set, O at Mlsflon's Cheap Depot, 220 Colombo street. ._ T TJNCHEON and Tea Kooms m connection -Mrf' : * , iMS&'"the Christchurch Ladies' Club, IPweesteT istipet (near G.P.O). Three courses, with tea, etc.,"" One Shilling. Quiet and Cosy. Prompt attendance. /"I ENTLEMEIfTaking Lunch in Tovm will vjT find their wants well catered for at the Christchurch Ladies' Club Luncheon and Tea Rooms. Three courses, with tea, etc.. One Shilling. Worcester street (near G.P.0.). 9068 rpOWNEND'S Female Pills are the best -L known remedy for ail antemic conditione of the system, the most prominent symptoms of which is the pale and bloodless appearance of tie face and lips, Is 6d. W. P. Townend, 183.Colombo street, Christchurch.
BALL BEARINGS. TEE LATEST IN SEWING MACHINES. BaQ bearings are now considered essential in all liigh. class machinery. The Daris Vetical Feed Sewing Machine Co. hare just introduced them into their machines, as in %t»yrJj», whidi makes them eaaier and more tileat. Tbie necbitie ! hae been gradually forcing its way to the front, and with this improvement mast lead the way. Special teoM at Mijisoa afld Co.'s, 220 Colombo
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