Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.

Instant Relief women. Superior Optical Service Offered at Moderate Fees ERNEST K. SANDSTON SIGHT-TESTING ROOMS, CASHEL ST. I-.. M. SANDSTON (Next Balkintvnes) R. FALCEv J L*"-"" • fj Our Spanish Mission Furniture • Will give you ft room >- ■ showing a decided IHll -"tmoephera of rtfim- &')■ ||j ||| | inent, being a genuine |n| reviva! in historic () —" ' jjjj| memory of tha sturdy PRICES VERY \f~~\W REASONABLE AT GEES LTD. Oak Hall - - Curtain Corner | NEW PREMISES I NEW STOCKS I I Having to vacatc the building recently occupied to make room | ? for a picture theatre, we have removed into spacious premises m H i| Barlow's Buildings. B I \\v-havo opened in our new premises with an entirely new H | stock oi the very latest and most popular goods. Not a single l| article of the old stock is included. Effective displays of this season's goods are now made, and we solicit tire favour of an inspection. Our prices are in keeping with our past reputation for the best quality goods at the lowest possible price. Our spring and summer costumes are a revelation of the latest styles and materials. Remember, where alterations are required we make them FREE OF CHARGE. M. HOLLANDER COLOMBO ST. PHONE 2556

? S CONVEYANCES. ! TT"AIH.OURA EXPRESS MOTOR | IX. SERVICE. . ( (L. E. Laugescn and Co., Proprietor*.) J Lea Tins Dailv. j 1 PARNASSUS for KAIKOUKA .. 2.15 p.m. - j KAJKOURA for PARNASSUS .. 0.15 a.m. '' j Through Bookings in conjunction with !- dementi's Royal M*il Motor Service to f | Ward end Blenheim. s 1 For particulars as to Fares and Reserved t ! Seats, apnly ' I ! " H. B. GOULD. j 245 Rich street 7. j (Travellers' ChibV 0 j Telephme 1340. L 4071 KAIKOURA ITOTOR CO.. LTD. (Royal Mail Service). 0 DAILY TIME-TABLE a (Weather and other circumstances permitting). PARNASSUS to K AIKOURA, at 2.15 pm - KAIKOURA to PARNASSUS, at 9.15 a m Difl'anre, Sf milee. FARES: 30s Sinple, 35a Return, y ■: THRouon bookings. via. east coast (in coninrction with Thos. Uutt'i Car*) PARNASS"S to WARD (Or viro versa), 1 105 Mi!#'!, for 455. r> __ ? TICKET AGENTS- ! N.Z. GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREAUS TITOS. COOK and SON. Or N.Z. SHEEPr'AUMERS' AGENCY, Z 155 ller"i-ird street. Chri«tchurrh r Telegram!;: 'Sh<vr>, Christchurch.' "Cura ran. KaiSsoura." 1 GOVERNOR'S BAY AND TED DINGTO N. I T>OVAL MAIL COACHES WILL RUN 1 IV DAILY. t Leave Toddiritrton -7.i3 n_m. Leave Allsndale—S s.ni. and 15.40 p.m. I/eave Governor's Bay — 5.13 a ~m. and 4.10 p.m. Returning from Lvttolfon Railway Station at 9.30 a.m. and 0.45 p.m. a. SMALL. Proprietor. Te!ephor»e : Ailandaie. | ROYAL WAIL MOTOR COACHES. ! AEAROA AND LITTLE RIVER. j "OIL KING TON'S MOTOR COACHES leare j Little River fnr Akaroa 11.10 tk.ni., and j Akaroa (o Little River !> a.m daily. j I'nf server* allowed 2£!b Lnecace Free. A | charge of Id p<-r lb for excess weight will j bo made. j —Piikinpton, Akaroa. j Telephone,. No. 5, Akaroa. X | COBB AND CO. j TELEGRAPH LINE COACHES. i j T EAVE Arthur's I'aes Station on arriYal ! of '.V«J Coast Express, which leaver i Christchurch at 8.."50 a.in. Tuesdays, Thure- ( djys. arvj Saturdays. ; Carrying and their I.uijgapc I on!y '.or Hokitika, Wectport, and i Greyn;oi;th. arriving Grcymouth same erenI m". 6.'.0 T).m. ' Through rail and e-o.ica tickels ran tx j obtained av Tourist Office. Clirhtchurch, aluo ; < oach tickets for coach journey obtainable I at '.he following hotel?: —Warner's, Coker'f, j storey'", Clarendon, and Cnitod Service 'H'-tew; from Mr Cnr-sidy, Springfield; Mr I W. Campbell, Christch-jrch. j The iimnasemer.t m under Mr H. Caffsidy, ; who biw had w,-Io tEar.u-v.-rcer.i einca IS7:\. I CAriSIDY and "CO.. LTD., j X Proprietors. I LAKE COLERIDGE AND GLENTUNNEL ! KOYAL MAIL COACH. J I MAIL COACH leave* Olentunnel for , -*■*- Lik<> Cr.!er:dr«\ *"i» Wirdxhistle House i ami Snowd-n. EVERY TUESDAY and I FRIDAY MORNING or. arrival of Train ] from Ch -istrhurch, returning in time for the- <--.v tnin WEDNESDAY and ' SATURDAY. Special attention riven to [ ParvnKer*. and Parcels forwarded for de- | livery bv Coach. X I "fpHE Gre&teet oi al' 'Wars' more fnl'.v j A dealt with in the "Evening .^tnTs 1 ' than in any other nevepapez is tbe I Dominion.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/CHP19151106.2.106.4

Bibliographic details

Page 17 Advertisements Column 4, Press, Volume LI, Issue 15429, 6 November 1915

Word Count
678

Page 17 Advertisements Column 4 Press, Volume LI, Issue 15429, 6 November 1915

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working