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NEWS OF THE DAY.

Tho euctfion. ladvertisemente of Charles Clerk, Brown. Little end Co., C. A. Leee and Co.. Baker Bros., C. It. Wilson and Co., North Canterbury Co-op., New Zealand Loan, end Mercantile Agency Co., East* and East, McKenzie and Willis, National Mortgage end Agency Co., Conwny Mateon and Sons, Deroreux, King and Co., Tonks, Norton and Co., Harcotirt and Co., Wright, fite-phoneon end Co., Guinness and LeCren, Farmers' Saleyards Co., Victor Harris, Ford and Hadfield, Abraham and Williams, and H. B. Soreiwen, will bo found on pages 14 and 15 of this issue,

Nurse Maude wishes to acknowledge, with thanks, the receipt of £5 from Messrs Pyne and Co., in aid of her work generally.

Tho installation of the Auckland city electrical scheme is being pushed forward -with all expedition, but delay in. the delivery of certain portions of the appliances is impeding pi-ogress to a certain extent.

The Volunteer officers' class of instruction was continued yesterday, tho work consisting of saluting and squadron drill before breakfast, military topography and sketching during the forenoon and afternoon, and lectures in the evening.

Two paintings by the late Sir "William Fox liavo just l>een presented to the Chriatchurch Public Library. One of these represents a Maori pa, entitled "Wataputa," and the other Guard's Bay at Port Underwood. Both of the pictures are of considerable historioal interest.

Mi«e Mary G-abriel OOonnoT, A.T.C.L. (pianoforte), and Mise Elizabeth Brick, A.T.G.Ii. (pianoforte),-who have become Associates of Trinity Ooll«go. London, by passing in tho "Art of Teaching" in July Inst, were prepared for the examination, by tlio Sisters of Notro Dame dcs Missions, Lower High street, Christchurch.

Our Dunedin correspondent telegraphs:—With tho removal of tho duty on dried fruitcs, larg_o shipments aro coming to hand during tlio present week. Both sheds at the Cross wharf h«vo contained thoueanda of cases of eultanas, currants, fips, etc. Another large shipment of fruits will arrivo in a day or two for the Christmas trade.

Expected arrivals of immigrants in Christchurch by various steamers during the course of tho next few weeks include five domestic eervents (by tho Kimutaka), a former, dairy farmer, sheep former, several farm labourers, engineer's assistant, a number of general labourers, hflt trade machinist, clerk, porter, harness-maker, ami chemist's assistant.

Georgo James Cruickshank Smart, reot'ntly manager of tho Stato Fire Department at Dunedin, and formerly of Christchurch, nppenrwl nt the Dunedin Magistrate's Court yesterday morning to answer to two charges of theft. The first chargo was of misappropriating £20, and tho second of misappropriating £14 la 4d. The nionoye belonged to tho iStato Firo Insurance Office. A remand ivns granted till Wednesday.

A gentleman who recently removed from Danevirke to Wellington was surprised at tho high rentals asked for houses in th© Empire City. A eixroomed house behind Xewtown Park was rented at 30s per week. At Oriental Bay, on the top of a eido street off Hay-street, £2 a week was asked for a eeven-roomtd house with a very bad approach and absolutely no gnrden. In Majoribanke-etrect, a contractor put up two ten-roomed liousee in his garden and asked £3 a wock .for each. No back yards <<> spook of aro to be found iii connection with these houses.

"I want to goot motor-car," said a Maori to a Wellington dealer in automobiles. He was shown a spick-and-epan four-cylinder car, ttp-todate in every respect (cays the "Dominion.") " J Ow much te price P" nsked tho Maori. "£800" was tho reply " " 'Aw, him too cheep—l wan' te goot motorcar, te pig motor-car—to pretty good one, eh. I wan' te oar to beet Tonoli (Mr O. P. Donnelly). Toneli pay £— for te pig car, I pay for to more* big car, to peat Toneli, my wordl" The dealer confessed that ho had no oar in 6tock to beet Mr G. P. Donnelly's eix-cj-linder 40-horse-power car, so tho deal ie off for the present. But tho Maori means to beat "Toneli" on the road yet.

A Press Association telegram from Auckland states that a charge was pre-, ferred at "tho Magistrate's Court yesterday against Henry B. Coles, a commission agent, of having signed a receipt for £2 without duly stamping it. Oofes explained that he was an agent for an "insurance company, and oh tlio date in question received tlio sum as an actvattoe in regard to commission to be earned. Mr Pullan, who appeared for him, dnew attention to the rase of Barclay and Go. v. Earlce at Home, wh<«re, under the Truck Act, it wall held that commissions wcrewagce, varying in amount according t>o conditions, but were none the lees wages. Under the Act wages were exempt from the requirements of tho Stamp Act, and counsel urged therefore that hie client had not transgressed the law , . His Worship reserved hie decision.

"The dry not of sport, ,, "the curso of athletics," were somo of ■Uμ* terms applied by delegates of athletic clubs wno mot nt Timaru on Thuredaynight to form an Athletic Clubs' Protection Association, to the way some members had got into of "sponging" upon others for their recreation. It appeared from the remarks made (eaya the, "Herald") that in many cases it is good players who are tarred with this brush. "Tlio clubs don't like to toll them to pay up, for fear of losing them." ffomotimee other membere subscribe to pay for such players, "and that is making professionals of them." ( Several of the delegates spoke very bitterly of the. form of dishonesty referred to is tho reason for forming a society to enforce tho payment of subscriptions), but they found it very difficult to draw a cirolo largo enough to include all such cases,,without including some, such as non-active members, whom it ia not deemed to squeeze.

The West Coast Sounds of New Zealand have earned for thomselvos a teputation Avbich extends far beyond tbo limits of the colonies, and this voar the •cruiso of the' Union Steam Ship Company's steamer Wailcaro promises to be as successful as that of former years. These trips to the Sounds are unique, more of the nature of a social picnic, and quito a flotilla of boats and launches is placed at tho disposal of passengers, thus giving every facility for exploring the many beauty spots around tho many fiords. While picnics, exploring parties, boating and fishing aTe tho order of t3ie day, concerts, dances, and cntertninn cirvte ef el] Viitia arc hoild in tho evening, so that tho whole trip is ono or thorough enjoyment. Tho Waikaro leaves on her cruise from Port Chalmers on Saturday. January 13th, and returns again on tho 31st, and during this timo tho most beautiful of tho Sounds will be visited, and passengers given an opportunity of enjoying a holiday amid scenery of magnificent grandeur.

At a meeting of tho AeKbiirton branch of tho Independent Political Labour League, on ThurHdav evening," a letter vraa rend from Mr Jus. Thorn, president of tho Christchurch branch of 1h« league., expressing nw willingness to -addroew nn open-air mwtmc m \shburton on League matters, and it wa* decided to invite Mr Thorn .to speak in Ashburton on the owning of tho 30th inst. Mr J. C. <Jroon we* ■appointed to t" e confnronc<? of tho various branches of tho League throughout New Zealantl, which ie to Vxs held in Chiietchurch at tho ond' of the year, and to submit, a propose], on behalf of tho Ashburton branch, for tho provision of Stato-paid doctors for inclusion in tho plank of tho Loague'e general platform. Several matter* relating to the approaching election wore brought up and dweusscd. and tho de-lc-ato to tho confer«ncr> was giron instructions to plac© n full expression of the sentimente of tho tncmTwra of tho branch on this question buforo tho conference. Thoro was an attendance of about 100 members, and intending nwmiwra and Fvmpathiscrs at tho meeting, f , * **a»r being occupied by Mr J. D. Grobbe, branch president, ,

Dcrry'e Band will play W'lfitsSS Brighton, and the Wookton BdSSSScS H'igley Park, to-morrow * JssS It is distinctly reminiscent ofVffcl**3 mous cartoon to discover that «aa*M£ tho immigrants shortly to Chrietchureh from Homo, is a, «dki' "'*""*" tor, brought up on a farm, lrheu&Lv , ?-''l milk cows. ,5. ' - . A3- , On Tuesday evening last th« Owi**' ' ' Literary und Debating Societyi JuU '" their last meeting for tho year. I* f' took the form of a mock banquet TW'"' V usual toaete wero honoured, and "/- very enjoyublo evening vraa Kpent. * I \ At an early hour thin nwmin* «»• '-' condition of Hans Wilson, who ihoj '? himself through tho lungs on WehutZ " "r day at Addington, after shooting hit wife, was grave in the extreme, «b4 ''"«, hie chance of recovery seemed hopalm '\ Mr J. A. McCuHoufih ie to be «aW.'' ?; tnined by hie late at* ■ smoko concert to bo held Ja tie' Druids' Hall. Sydenham, to-night. A prcsontfttion will bo mado to him dttK \;, tng tho eoureo of the evening, • • * ' Our Wellington correspondent feW graphs that Mr F. V, Lrthbrfdit M.H.R, for Orouo, liae offered to pS " sent to the Government fifty k«rt» «J - ' land (valued «t from £20 to £25 i| tt < acre) nt Feilding, on the UndereUhd-<' ing tlhat tho dairy experimental ecbotf will be oKtobliehed thoro. -~-w» Tho Mayor of Kaiapoi, Mr J, Bt Blackwell, has received intimation*thn •' it will ho possible for the Borouftn 6? hnmpoMo borrow £4000 for kerlnW • phannellrng, and publio inuiroTemeuu ■ under tho Ix>ane to laxml Bodie* Act) The. interest will not exceed 4 nen - cent. *^ a ! llio State sohool teachore thr6ikboufc • Otago oxprcvse disappointment at not being included in the Publio Service I Superannuation Hill. They ask thit » jclaueo similar to clause 37 in lut year's Civil Seryico Superannutiiion ' JJill bo insertetl in tlie Bill, ia order to provide for tlioir inclusion. A Dunodin telegram eta tee that thi proprietors of "Book Gift Tea", btv« lwlgod security for appeal against the Magisteriftl conviction of / their agent at Gisborno, for issuing eoupo&i ia connection with "Book Gift Tea." l v this case «i iiue of 10s and cotts wu imposed. . ._,.

A poll was taken on Thursday by tlio Ash burton Borough Council on the proposal to exchange the. prwent borough school site for a borough servo of 44 acres in. Wills etrert W«et,' Of tho 700 ratepayers on fho roll, not quito one-half voted. The proposal ■ was rejected by 212 to 67 votea. v

Tlie Acclimatisation Society ' in* -, tond forwarding shortly for liter? ntiou in tho Cast river, 10,000 ■ trout fry, half rainbow end half brown. In the same nrei' portion, and of tho same kinds. 6000 are to bo liberated in the Oon> way and 5000 in tho Leader riven ia ,*- ------tho Waiau district. , ' fl y Tho Civil Sorvice Amateur Bpori»\_ I Club held n half-milo walk last evening ' fo at Lanoastor Park, which resulted M ' 'r follows:—P. H. iStubberfield feer.yM I J. Lundon (85yde), 2; J, M. Gr»y '<• | (100 yds), 3. MrJ.etubberfieldMtid * as judge of the walking, Mr P. Men* (L zios ne starter, and Messrs J. L. hej'i, ' -tf don and F. J. Shanks ac judges. . „ '" h At a meeting of the Pntioota' u<l ," Prisoners' Aid Society at Dunedin Iμ* * I night (Bays a Prose Aaeociatioa We*'~> , *, gram), Mr J. A. Torranoo, who hi* ~ •> boon engaged as the sooiotyV im( - ", -- for thirty yeans, was prosentod vi«i>« ' ,■ \ purse containing 532 sovereigns. Ifa - * presentation was made By Mr <|u«tk* " ' Williams, wlio referred in term ■ Tif V " tlio highest praise to th* faitifal nu* { ' nor in whioh Mr Torranoo had ~<d»>c -I voted himself to the work of Ijh*\lp< ' « ciety, which he ictfmod idi« *wk' r M«; hist life. Mr Torranoo is now r<4tf|*if/' c' aftw having been engaged , ia / •work jn Dunedin for forty '. A gathering of the < GutfltifarK' '> Methodist. Sunday School . ■■ ' held in tho Kaiapoi .Methodut AMv'' ' on Thursday evening. Tho eup«Htfrt»*v s dent of the Clu-ietchurch Es*fc,i«fc< \ School presided at the. i.f*ter mjitfag/-- ; ' On tlio motion of the Rev. J 4 Ti Wβ*,", fold, tho meeting carried • 'Tottzdcondolence with the relative*'<rf t ttkv lato Mr J. T- Smith, who for wttqr' -', years hod been identified wiU»,e»*d*y P > school work. It was r*ioltei'tJ^\ ,> f , Methodist Conference be Mk«d wufKi < J point an Advisory Committee and committees in each district to .OMtdnct •> ■ Sunday school/affaire. The KUNjAfr~,*<i ing -wee fixed to be held «i Sydftthim , : in the new year. ■ ! . - ' , ",',, !'!*s, , : The Her. Dr. uiob of *Vfis&ijmr f<. : told the Presbyterian scmbly that ho waa perfectly that devotional eervioes in -V tgtij I many l*reebyterian ohurobe*' in Zealand were a disgrace to diierai.t.' —slovenly and ill-done. The •»nd> reading might be well :J. the prayers were the weak ptrt'qf w» v * eervjcee. What was. sought *%n%?to ! i' f improve Presbyterian prayer •rt^' | 'improve tho servic©. for H S ~ stand it. The people should , taike part in the ftorvioe. iMil%?\'- ' Stringer (Oamaru), «kler. eaid there were some thli|B».> tho Anglican Church that; edotrtedi in the PrMbytoritn with profit, but lie was L' ' chanting prayers. -. '- Exit hie MajeefcyV' chip other of the rolics of the wopdoa JmK>c of England is about to paw *' hands of tho ahipbreokere. HW)W|W ' I ] lias gone forth that fche A»i»; ft* rjeWj , s j. [ > years the steam reserve ehij* »t Wrni - j »' ; mouth, is to be placed in th* aAfmtftu ; ' and she has accordingly been towdt* si the last berth of the oondeloH*d'W>O 5. Portchestcr creek. Built •• a> *fr^' £ • '"' vessel at Bombay in IBSi-ijfe'fif fcarried tho flag of Admiral Codfington ac (>ommajid«i>il»JD«»pl» f i i[ into Navarino Bay, on th«i rtWttl :■/ October 20th, 1827, when the OttfP»* ':" power was enushed'. Porternoirtfc; lw£, ,3 j bour will lose <mo of its redeMaift*** , ; iv tures when the Asia, passes kwrteftt?/ the Round Tower and BlodthoUM W*ii; ;,( on her last voyage. 1 •"' ? At a largely att«nA>a n»tti»|, e } tho Ashbnrton Political L»bonr ? r on Thursday night, the r 1 liat tlio branoh had now been en*W*'^ , etl on a firm footing, and Mfjn?' „- wore enrolling freely and Toln«taW« l ■ During tho past two «wl» fy.^ 1 workers imnrariotis trsd/* md-^wp*r''.. tions hwl «nrolled, -while *. , a ffffl!j..., )' more Jiad , given a promise k this connection ono plcaeing WM'V*' ? that stood out prominently '"•"^lJff'-*." |, a Bpirit of tinanimity nnd eynpi^-,' 1 existed lx>tw*en membern ; ■ ;-" emploj-<?re. This feature* we* rtt 7'9'- '"< ' coiiraging, and it showed thst , J , /" , '' ' «« tho Ashuurton employers •n? I '?'^. »1 plovoes w«re conoerned, *J*jS[j| « J s», with an absence of any mieooJMWJ2''?'w§t of tho League's platform, vrtm rightly and jiutly permitted *fl*fv ' w prejndioo. , /\Wf: A farewell social wes tendered if fM Ben Tillctt at tho Socialists , tt^-* l %^ff evening. There was a large attgtatf*»jffij. r w& and air E. Howard presided. ciativo addr<»»sf?9 vero given ■W*2*~ v $ >X oliairman, Mr L. and. WL In tho cmir«e of hiu reply, stat<kl that hi* recent visit to tw ff. , .* 1 '"'"BL Coast had apparently reeultedj*ijJV'iM creauofl inten-et ovinogy X the Labour >nnd Socialist X Ho had flddrcaeed two meeteflf>jg."-">i Greymouth, two at Hokilika, W at W«diwjrt, at each of -nhkh iSJffis.'VKlie Jiad been nioet cordially r< He had met with nothing but H^fe."* , iK-ss and consideration dining h JjJj2«S«| stay in Canterbury, and tho 1 'fljKf^'flr< of lii* sojourn woiild hearti \jEs[< greatly in th« uork tlint lay IWyfH.'MF him. ".Mr Tillctt Jeuves for I) BBw-lK to-day, and leaves tlicre for 1 jffiaj,.'■«■ on Monday, ; Si; X

A". : ■ __»—____——— ——-————— '■> The first wool snip of the season will . Vu at tho Alexandra Hall on $ntir*d*y. November °l*t. commencing Peter and Michael Morrissoy wore ntenced to two months, and Fernan--52 Vobar was fined JL V 5 for trespassing ' n the Winton llacecourso on tho 9th, Jad refusing to leave. Tho Women's Christian Temperance -.„;"„ have written to tho City Gouni M,sdamc* Page, Wilr ms Fletcher, nml Atkinson for tho Charitable Aid lionrd. The Home Industries Committee ot Ike Exhibition have still on hand a '■"• J«r certificate* and medaU that have t been api>li'-'<l for, all belonging to JaiidenU in Chrietchurch and suburhs. The Mayor has received an «nmnry # « Mr F. 0. Williamson, AVallaMh New South Wales for tho adeolT who i* supposed to bo residing in ChriWhurch. Xbo condition of Canterbury river* at ■ 0* in yeeterdny, iimmling to the telefaohca report*, whr:—Ornhi. fishnblo; aikaki, in good order; Selwyii and juhky clcerj Waiin«k«riri (north and iouth branches), Awhbtirton (upper, lower '3n<l mouth), Rekaia and Kangitata, dirty. Unusual activity is manifested in tho hniWinz trado in Napier, and new orembes, representing an aggregate vZe of £100,000, aro in course of construction. Great difficulty is exoerionced in the matter of labour, carpenters especially being in demand. Charles William Affleck, seventeen Kt&n of age, who pleaded "guilty" at Alexandra South k> stealing a letter • Containing £4, was admitted to probation for twelve months, the costs of tho prosecution, l>3 t*s, to bo paid within three- months. The funeral of the lato Mr Allan McLean, which, took place yesterday morning, being private, was attended' only by relatives and intimato friends. Tho last renting place is tho family burying; ground in Addington Cem«»tery. The service at the grave, was conducted by the Rev. J. Mackenzie, of St. Andrew's. An election to fill two Annual vacancies on tho Hoard of Governors of Canterbury Agricultural College will be held on Monday, December 2nd. One member i 3 to be elected by tho Canterbury A. end P. Societies, and the other by the Canterbury legislator*. Nominations close at noon on November 25th. Messrs T. Gapes, "W. \V. Collins, and liV. I. Bellinger, J.P.s, presided at tho Police Court yesterday. Thomae Hutchison, a young man, wan fimnl 2l)e and costs for using threatening behaviour in a public place James Mclntyro was renrinded till to-<lay on a charge of hrenking «nd entering the Iwuuo of the Rev. Mr Mackenzie. At the Supremo Court at Dunedin , yesterday, John llodson petitioned for jijeoltition of marriage with Elizabeth Hodson, on thn grounds of ndultory with Thomas Barber (co-respondent). The cue was defended tip to a certain point, when IMr Hanlon, for the respondent, admitted that it was useless to continue tho defence any longer, . A decree nisi was granted. The duty recently placed on "Weldon's Lndios' Journal" has been the subject of a protest ■to th« Government __ by tho" DuneAin Booksellers' Association. Tho placing * of » duty upon "Weldon's Journal" i 9 regarded as pheing a tax on tho diswmination of useful knowledge, for "WeWonV contains a large amount of m»tt«r that affords genuine technical and domestic instruction. t . Attention is directed to tho interesting Contents of Saturday's eight-page edition of "Truth." The capital serial etoriee, by Ethel Turner and Frankfort Moore, ere a feature of the paper, •Jid Jn'addition there will bo the following ithotft teles—"Queen Cophotua," "The Ghortly Stowaway," and "A Hot en the Legei." There will bo tho usual drew ■nd- fashion notes and London , goftip, for women renders. Garden ana poultry notes, etc. "Democritus" til) recount come experiences of race »<*k, whilo "G.R.H." end "Tom Tom" will contribute their customary quota of theatrical notes and bandafltfln* , gossip. Crloketors rnayjook forward to complote reports of tUe day's gfttaee in the late edition, and other iporte will be given due prominence. _A printer's error occurred in Mr ■ Vwtor 'Harris's advertisement yesterday, announcing the next salo of Exnibitfon timber, etc. The date of sale ! wai givon as to-day (Saturday), . whereas it> diould have been next Wed- • today. - i ■ TJi* advantages of trading at tho J Fattoere , Co-op, are manifold. The nwd policy of the Co-op, is to extend ' the greatest trading advantages to the • FfV , !* number, and this is manivjV a r* q ua,,tv of the merchandise u<l the famous low prices. 1 ■ The Oullinan diamond, recently a , ' iirthday gift to tho King, is valued at *ISO,QOO, and is the largest diamond *vw found. Diamonds mounted with •ither emeralde, rubiefl, or sapphiiefi Ire la great demand for engagement •ad drew rings. F. W. Tucker, Jeiwller, 225 High street, shows one of to* largest stocks of genuine stono set - nags in the colony, from Coe to £30 each. • Catalogues and size cards P»t*i free. 6 ' What ii the best implement on a y faroP A Benicia Diso Plough. Solo Wtate ,W. Bassett and Co., SJ3 Man- ' ditittr street. H A late shipment millinery soiling too»J' Tritmned hats 12s M to 21s, Jxitor hate 4e lid, netweet sunshadee & lid to 8s lid, BtylLsh blouses 2s lid' . w 12a 6d. Armstrong's. 1 you are requiring nnything in Oea'a mercery, go to Leonard Moss, j»J»l Exchango Buildings, as ho is trading t clearing sale to mako room w Christmas novelties., No reasonable offer refused. Si To the thrifty housewife, ono of the »M«t attractive exhibits at tho Show *w the "Uniquo" oast-iron portable nirneoe, with copper and caet-iron -">«"«»>•. This will outlast several of mm eheet-iron frame*, and the cost is ™y a trifle more. The agents, Messrs IWMi L-T Pickering, opposite wlentvhe's, can. supply all sizes from *» g»llon« to 30 gallons capacity. 6 Girls' trimmed hats os od, infants' iTUMns 2s 3d to 4s (kl. Armetrong's. 2 »3 n 't tnow lloath's had such a Pw furnishing department," i» the •loa-of remark ono heare gwe by Indies who really should know ?T r, It is surprising how f<w seem ™ Know about this important feature it v i CompanyV» business, for J»M3 long been a largo and flouxisli- «« wpaumwit. Aβ a result of the ™cent big improvements, it lias been enlarged and improved. *i? e «A rms cnr .°f"l buying policy being ™» T *a by thie station, ha.s had tho Wtoril effect of making tiihiiv etanuch in * Bd " for the department. " 6

Tbero is no douht a number of F™>na who suffer from hoadaclw, ,r* mMS - nnfl motitnl confusion who J™ not awaro it c;in So inovontt-d by £2 f™ of glasses. Vhero this <vx- '• fi? ,c U - Proctor. Oculist's o]>««an, 180 Hin!, B t rw .t, Cliristchiirch, Z? wrrw-t it by moons oi 6p<x;ially- >„«*, w },j c}l ( . ;in fiHwl to ' xuS? 9 * """'"te or am- olhor stylo a i.{2f° ia ' Pwrchn**. at Honw of ciir- ' 3» JUi ~/ ."l e W «K Is I1W; linoleums, ~ «i. Annstroiiji's. !i W^.*'! oils and grco-si's. tho J*» WWMI itrwt, Cbxi*tdjux«li i a

i n w ?. ffectlv « display of Axminater and Wilton pile carpets will be made to-day in the D.I.C. Cashel street windews, fho latest imports of the company include many really select novelties m furnishing and carpeta, amongst which are various and choice effect* in artistio colour blends and two-tone s ladings. As in other , departments throughout the warehouse, no visitor is pressed to purchase whilst inspecting tho stock of carpets and floor©ovenngs at the IXt.C. *5

, Wi should know that Armstrong's is far and away -the beet place to buy anything wanted for men or boye. Call and prove it. 4

S. Clarke and Co., Jewellers, 148 Colombo street, announce that they are having a clearing sale of the whole of their stock of watches, clocks, jewellery, oloctro-plate, etc. Every article hae been reduced to a very low figure in order to effect a speedy clearance, and a considerable loss will bo effected on eomo of the goods offered. Bee our btock, and note prices. Inspection invited. S. Clarke and Co., US Colombo street. & That idea of yours. Why not patent it? Consult Henry Hughes, Patent Agent, 183 Hereford street (opponito United Service Hotel). No consulting fees. 2 Mr Ernest M. Sand*tein, F.S.M.C., D.S.O.A. (London), Consulting Optician, may be r coneult«d on all cases of defective eyesight The most complete and up-to-date optical parlours in tho colonies. Consulting roums, Cashel street W. (next Ballantyne s). Hours, 0.30 to 5.30. Telephone. 397. G

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