PUBLIC NOTICES. ! i rjiilE GP.EAT2-T KNOCK OUT OF THE ' SEASON. THE DANDY. j < A GENUINE B.S.A. BICYCLE. ! ONLY i.-S CASH. ' ) Call and See Our New Models. i The Best M.nr-y Can Buy. Value Unsur- , j passed in the City. ENVOY STORES. 5301 IG2A Lichtie.d atreet. WANTED TO PURCHASE, SECOND-HAND BILLIaRD TABLE. Must be a gocd one. .So other will do. Apply. POST OFFICE BOX 111. s.?r_o A-ihbn rtom_ WANTED TO SELL. " < CLEAN HEAVY RYEGRASS. Droned by! mv own muchiucrv. '_**_. 1 b to 2?ib. :!s 3d (■ to 4s _d. ' If I). THOMAS. \ s:i.i A;-'-''" 110 *-— I ' IN THE ESTATE -if SILTH KINGSBURY. | lute <-:' Dillinptr.iTi. formerly ot Cu-t. : Farmer, deceased. j IT is Requeued th;.: particulars of ull AC-, COUNTS owing by thei'.Scve 1.-imed I " deceased, be sent in to the U-der-'igruxl. ard that all Acc.uuts to the ;.iid d-'----ceased be PAID tj thi* Cndersigued, before the loth SEPTEMD-IH. 19113. G. JI. N. HELMOKK. R.-vi.?,ic.ia, 5'.J33 Solicitor for the Executors. *Vy F. ROCHE AND CO., (Late Kaiapoi Woollen Company), HATTERS. MERCERS, HOSIERS. 220 niGH STREET. 50_5F AVONSIDE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS. j\TRS DAVID McKEE wishes to inform ■*■'-*• her Friends and Pupils thtt sho has made arrange---.*)!-! for REMOVING HER SCHOOL from "Invcresk"' to LINWOOD HOUSE. Avonside. The new College is [ , built of brick, and ihe rooms are exceptionally large and suitable for school purposes. The grounds are well planted, and a_ord ample room for outdoor rccrea'.ion. It is within ten minutes' drive of Cathedral square by Dallington coach, and within three minutes' walk of either of tho New Brighton , trains. MRS McKEE will be prepared to receive - her Puuils at Avonside ut the beginning of Next Term. SEPTEMBER_I.th. F " TECHNICAL EDUCATION BY MAIL. j W_ Teach Thoroughly—Electric Car Run- ( ning. Architecture, Carpentering, Sign- , writing Plumbing, Electrical. Steam, Civil, j Mechanical, etc., etc. Write or call for FREE CIRCULAR, stating subject that in- - teresta you. 4 L. A. JACOBSEN, 9G Madras atreet (opposite Fire Station), Canterbury representative, the- International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, P.A. F ■" " i- I L O R L INSECT POWDER. AN ENGLISH PREPARATION, specially suitable for Poultry, Pigeons, and Caged - 1 Birds. Used by most of the Leading Poultry Farmers. 1 Procurable from all Ironmongers and Store- ] keepers. c Wholesale Agents: W. H. SIMMS and SONS, " Christchurch. FOR ] CARPENTERS' TOOLS i MECHANICS' TOOLS POCKET KNIVES TABLE KNIVES ] RAZOHS and STROPS SCISSORS, ETC., y J. P. BRO WN, ] Opposite A. J. White's. Importer. , < 1 ] i PEARSON'S PEPTOCHLOR! THE ABSOLUTE CURE FOR I N D I G E.S T I O N. * rpHE WORLD'S G-REATEST INDIGES- * TTON CURE. f The Standard of Every Nation of the Earth. - Sale Greater than the World's Product Of ' I ALL OTHER INDIGESTION CURES. SOLD WHEREVER CIVILISATION HAS ■ PENETRATED. .j _____ < CHEMISTS. 4s. STORES. WHOLESALE AGENTS: : H. F. STEVENS. KEMPTHORNE. PROS3ER AND CO. i i P. HAYMiAN AND CO. E. C. Fountain. Gibson Fountain. ' DENTISTS. U O U N T A I N BROS., •*- 215 COLOMBO STREET. Consulting Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday Evening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. rpURNBULL AND JONES, LTD. R. T. Turnbull B. C. Jonei. M.I.E E. J_ X.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, WELLINGTON, CHRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN. Sole Selling Agents in N.Z. for THE BRITISH Ana AMERICAN WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANIES. Tenders Given for Electric Plants of any Magnitude. OFFICES, SHOWROOMS. WORKSHOPS, CASHEL STREET WEST. F JEWELL AND LOGAN, JOINERS. CABINET MAKERS, SHOP ° AND OFFICE FITTERS, Near the National Bank, Here-ford street.
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