WANTED TO PURCHASE. Twelve Words 1/-. 3 Days 2/6. WANTED Buy, Engineer’s Lathe. 5 '' to 7in centres. Address, D 4949, “Press.” \\T ANTED to Buy, Large Wardrobe. ’' Must be in good condition and reasonable. Ring 23-546. X 5417 TXT ANTED Purchase, P. and D. Dun- '' can Swamp Plough, good order. Apply H. Matson and Co. X 5049 I K-COULTER Duncan Manure At/ Spoon Feed Drill; must good order. Apply Pl4Bl, “Press.” and be 7081 F you want to buy, use “The Press” Classified Advertising columns. T?OTTLES, Bottles, Bottles! We buy A* Beers. Wines, Coffees, ’Phone 31-027, 171 River road. X 5229 BUSINESS is what you want. Let “The Press” brings it to you through its Advertising Columns. Office open till 10 p.m. —2 TXT ANTED, Potato Sorters and Dig- ’’ gers, any condition. Cook Co., 170 Cashel street. X 5095 A B.C. BOTTLE Exchange, ’Phone - sack, Beers 1/6 Riggers S/-. 96 Hastings street. TXO not hesitate! Do your advertisA/ ing through the 100 per cent. Agent—“ The Press” Advertising Columns. Office open till 10 p.m. —3 A IR Pistols, Rifles, Guns, Binoculars, Gold, Suits, highest prices, Meltzer Bros., 143 Manchester street. ’Phone 32-718. X 3549 (7J.OLD and Silver Jewellery, broken 'A or otherwise, Artificial Teeth (pre-war). Tredrea’s. 37 New Regent street. T8922 TTEN’S Suits, Odd Coats, Children’s, Ladies’ Clothing, Boots, Shoes. Mrs Berry, 165 Manchester street, City. X 4977 (RENT’S Suits, Blazers, Sports Coats, 'A odd Suit Coats, Boots and Shoes. Tredrea’s. 37 New Regent st. T8922 RUYERS A* Press Columns. waiting and watching “The ” Classified Advertisement Office open till 10 p.m. —l4 ANDERSON and SON. 534 '•* Colombo street. "Phone 30-314, aro Cash Buyers of Genera) Furniture. Sewing Machines. rjOLD Teeth, Gold Chains, Bangles, " Watches, Rings, Muff Chains, Silver Spoons, and Scrap Silver. Tredrea’s, Regent street. . T8922 “rpnE PRESS” Classified Columns A give you maximum distribution value. Office open till 10 p.m. —l3 MRS LUCAS. 355 Colombo street. Tel. 41-033. VITANTED. Gentlemen’s Suits, Odd Coats, Boots, Shoes, all sizes, Household Linen. Blankets, etc. Highest cash prices. - L 5325 PENNY’S. 6 FERRY ROAD. TEL. 32-921. TXTILL Buy, for Spot Cash, Men’s and v ’ Women’s Clothing, Overcoats, Suits. Odd Coats, Boots, and Shoes, Linen, Carpets, Blankets, and Rugs. P7142 RUSINESSMEN, Attention! We reA* quire urgently 1000 suits, coats, vests, boots, shoes, linen, rugs, blankets, carpets, etc. See us last, "Phone 30-660. Mrs M. Walker. Wardrobe Dealer, 12 Victoria street. W7167 RROM Monday, February 7, we are *■ accepting no more Hares. Price of Rabbits is 6s 6d a dozen landed at Christchurch. P. FERON and SON, LTD., 303 Moorhouse avenue. Christchurch F5381 TfcKENZIL and WILLIS ITA Are Buyers Of SECOND-HAND FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Letter to us, or call, or ‘Phone 34-630 will bring our Buyer to your door immediately. and we are always prepared to pav the True Market Value of the Goons. McKENZIE and WILLIS. 120 HEREFORD STREET (Late Queen’s Picture Theatre.) OLD GOLD. ETC., WANTED. IT H. LANE, Hereford Court, Vants Aa » Your Old Gold, and will pay Highest Possible Price. X 4792 ANNOUNCKMEN’i —Nino di Sornma. t/Z Worcester street, still pays the best Dominion prices lor Old Gold, Diamonds Stones Coins Silver, and Broken Jewellery See me last. Nino dl Somma. 92 Worcester street, Tel. 34-130. 03400 CHRISTCHURCH CITE COUNCIL. CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL. ELECTION OF SIXTEEN COUNCILLORS. ST THE MATTER OF “THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ACT 1933,” “THE LOCAL ELECTIONS AND POLLS ACT, 1925,” AND ANY AMENDMENTS THERETO. I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that at the Election of Councillors for the City of Christchurch, held on the Hth day of May, 1938, the persons hereinafter named were Candidates, and received the number of votes set opposite their names respectively:— Acland, Hugh Thomas Dyke Ahlfeld, Berthold Andrews, Ernest Herbert Andrews, Thomas Barnett, John Septimus Beanland, John Walton Carey. John David Denton, Harold Ernest Fenton, Harold Ernest Grigg, William Scoles Hayward, William Herbert, Henry Frederick Hickey. William Patrick Howard, Mabel Bowden Hurst, Herbert Clarence Jones, John Edward Jones. Reginald Kelso. Frederick Laws, Frederick Lyons, Melville Edwin MaeGibbon. William Smith Manning, George Milliken, Thomas Nuttall, Thomas ■ Parlane, Edward Robson, Frederick Michael Sandston, Alfred Charles Sargent, Frank Driessen Scales. Arthur Henry Sharp. Ernest Alan Simpson, George Daniel Thomas, Frank George Wilding, Frank Sturmer .. 18,471 ~ 3,284 .. 16,895 .. 14,998 .. 20,762 .. 16,248 .. 17,667 .. 18.350 .. 16,200 .. 13,438 .. 15,400 .. 15,001 -. 15,445 .. 18,212 .. 14,312 .. 17,177 .. 16,245 • • 15.418 .. 12,364 .. 16.411 .. 15,48 c .. 20,421 ~ 16,404 .. 17,614 .. 20,263 .. 15,920 16.773 .. 15,694 .. 15;480 .. 16.861 .. 14.432 .. 16,246 .. 15.310AND as there are only sixteen vacancies to be filled. I HEREBY DECLARE the following persons to be duly elected to the Office of Councillor for the City of Christchurch: — ACLAND. HUGH THOMAS DY ANDREWS, ERNEST HERBER BARNETT. JOHN SEPTIMUS. BEANLAND. JOHN WALTON. CAREY. JOHN DAVID. DENTON. , HAROLD ERNEST. HOWARD. MABEL BOWDEN. JONES, JOHN EDWARD. LYONS. MELVILLE EDWIN. MANNING, GEORGE. - MILLIKEN, THOMAS. NUTTALL. THOMAS. PARLANE. EDWARD. SANDSTON/ ALFRED CHARD SHARP. ERNEST ALAN. THOMAS. FRANK GEORGE. ALBERT FREEMAN,, Substitute Returning Officer. CHRISTCHURCH. 16th May. 1938. 'PHE COMMERCIAL OFFICE OF A “THE PRESS" IS OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. to receive Advertisements foi the following day’s issue. l AFTER 10 PM. • ADVERTISEMENTS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE PRINTER, on the first floor. • • i
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