| A TABLQi.-ft_._DE Nothing is more becoraing than a smart Tailor |v£gp*£_» Costume, made at Hollander's. Call in now igsgS&w and inspect the new, • materials for the coming i/jpSvST' season, which I make in PK the latest cut, and guar- / I ° -tS antee Perfect fit and I A *4 y st >' lc • also 4 °° Kead y" \jm I 7 10-wear Costumes in V\. °*? stock, and a large seleeLsft tk tion of Tweed and Rain yj. v; Coats, which we alter to JO j fit the figure free of /Xl Hollander I ill 707-COLOMBO ST. I " «yg (Opposite City Cab Stand) 8 ,a" 'Cboii) Phone 255- I MISCELLANEOUS. TTTT'ORKING Partner Wanted, take up half ! .VV interest in and ertend a genuine manufacturing business. Several years -eetabliehed. Doing good tr_de. Small capital rcQuited. Harris- Bros.,- 153 Hereford street. . ■ . - ~-. CB4U ~ FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of Mr William White aro invited tc attend tho Funeral of hie" luto mother, Susasnali Elizabeth White, which will leavo his residence, 31 Southey atreet, Sydenham, on Thursday, at 2 p.m.', for Addington Cemetery. GEORGE BARRELL. 1591 TITHE Friends of Joseph Dunick are, in- - -«- formed that tho Funeral of his lato boloved wife, Mary, will leavo his residence, - ■ Lower Styx road, Marshland, at 9.30 ' a.m., Thursday, 25th ir_t., ior St. Mary's Church... ' Requiem Moss at 31 a.ra., thence to.Linwood Cemetery. LAXGPORD and RHIND. ,'fpHE Funeral of tho lato'Alfred Cox willA- leave his, iatc resule.ee, 14 . Constance .fttreet, St. Albans, on Friday, «he 2.Bth inst., nt 2.30 p.m., for the Papanui Churchyard. J. LAMB and SON. 6763 rpHE Funeral of the late William Watson 4- will leave the residence,of his son-in-law, Mr B. Bucknoll, 197 Yaldhurst. road, Upper Riccarton, on Friday, thc 26th.inst., at 2 p.m.. for tho Riccarton Churchyard. J. . LAMB and SON. ,'6753 THE Funeral of tbo late Charles Caesar will lca-vo his late residence, 82 V/hare-,- - nui road, Upper Riccarton, this day (Thurs-' day), the 25th inst., at 2-30 p.m., for tho -' Svdrnham Cemetery. J. LAMB ond SON; -6751 . T , .LAMB AND SON, UNDERTAKERS And EMBALMERa No. 034 LICHFIELD STREET. C 8253 Telephone 532. LAXGFOBD and,. RHI N D (Lato W. and H. LcagfoTd), FUNERAL FURNISHERS AND EMBALMERS, / 13 London etre.t. "Phoao 639. P.O. Box 523. HERBERT LANGFOKD, 19 London etroet, Richmond. 'Phono &S3. JOHN RIUND, 1«> Montreal street, Sydenham. 'Phone 1603. Town Office: 101 Cafhcl etreel. 'Phono 612. BKHJ|JUJJJ|_|JJI_-_I_I1MW_)_~IIMIIIWII»WI 111 !■■ ■ _l■!■ ■■ ■M f— llHH—Wllti—_!■■—__CHARLES SAMUELS, UNDERTAKER, DURHAM STREET, opp. Trent Bros. Private address: 26 Gladstone street, Sydenham. Telephone SO. . C 4894 30 years with H. Fuhrmann. GEORGE BARRELL, UNDERTAKER nd EMBALMER, CREMATIONS ARRANGED. Office and Privato Residence, 221 Durham street South. Workshops, etc., 232 and 231 St- Asaph street. TELEPHONE 721. Telegrams: Barroll,' Undertaker, Christ* C 4&18 church IPoblio ArinoyiiGerneiif I beg to intimate to my numerous customers and the public generally, that in. compliance with .many, requests I ha.ye decided to add a LADIES' TAILORING DEPARTMENT to my business, and. have pleasure in announcing that Mr. S. WALKER pate of }•. Ballan- 1 tyne & Co.) with over 20 years' 1 practical experience, has joined 9 mc as partner, and will have 1 I T charge of this Department. H. HEARFIELD. A choice and larCe Selection or Tweeds, Worsteds, and Serges will always be on band. 8 LADIES COSTUMES A SPECIALITY At M»_crate Prices. I S HEARFIELD & WALKER Tailors and Costoaaicra, CASHEL ST. (Near Bridge). : . J" ff 6 ' 8
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