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MARRIAGES. WALLIS— PIERARD.— Ou the Bth Februarj 3911, at the Terrace Congregational Churcl by the Rev. J. Paterson, George Vincent youngest son of the late Owen Wallis, o Grendon, England, to Ethel, eldest daughte of Alfred Fierard, of Karoii, Wellington. DEATHS. LIARDET.— On the 25th February, at Welling ton Hospital, Elizabeth Rebecca, relict o the late Hector Liardet, aged 84 years R.I.P. Melbourne papers please copy. HURSTHOUSE.— On the 25th February, a Lower Hutt, Charles Wilson Hursthouse aged C 9 yearii. IN MEMORIAL. DAVIES.— In loving memory of ray dear hus band, Thomas Davies, who departed thi life on the 27th February, 1909. At rest. Inserted by his loving wife, Hannah Davies PARTON.— In loving memory of Bttie, belovct ■wife of Albert John Parton, 1910 Asleep in Christ. MISS MILSOM attends promptly al clients. Hairdressing taught, Sham pooing, Electrolysis, Face Massage, Mani curing. Sole proprietress famous Milson: Hair Preparations. Price-list on appli cation. Miss Milsom, King's Chambers Telephone 814. VIBRO Facial Massage, Scaip Treat ment, Shampooing, Manicuring, Pedicuring, Hairwork, Electrolysis. Mrs. Haybittle, 268, Lambton-qu&y (over Orr. Chemist). 'Phono 1594. MRS. ROLLESTON, Hair Physiciar and Face Specialist, qualified London and Paris. Hair Treatments, Shampooing, Clipping, etc. Highest diploma. U.S.A. for Electrolysis. Advice free. 4. TVillis-street, over Carroll's. 'Phone 1599. nOROFESSOR CARLYLE {"Alethea"), A Hair Specialist and Masseur. Grey Hair restored to natural colour without dye, Baldness, Pandruff, Skin Discolouration, Freckles cured. Advice Free. 12a, Cooper's Buildings, Willis-street. nrVHERE is no comfort for t'ne traveller, A by land or sea, whose hair will not remain waved during wet or windy weather. The Permanent Hair-Wave Company, No. 1, Second Floor, over Carroll's, "Willis-st. found; ff" AST Night, opposite Salvation A-i Barracks, Vivian-street, Estall's Steam Dye "Works. Suits steamed and pressed, 2s 6d : cleaned and pressed, 6a. 'Phone 3035. _' _ THE POWER OF A 'GIANT IS in every throb of the Engine of the 5-6-H.P. 4-CYLINDEE F.N. MOTOR CYCLE. It is under instant control, and the rider never knows anxiety or annoyance. "It's extra" Buffer-Spring obviates nasty jars, E. 11EYNOLDS AND CO. ; WHOLESALE AGENTS, WELLINGTON. j WARNER'S Safe Cure, 4s; Angier'j! 2b 4d, 4s 4d ; Kepler Malt and Oil! 2s 3d, 3b 7dj Fellows' Syrup, ss" 9d; Scott's Emulsion, 2s 3d, 3s lOd ; Blaud : i Tonic and Blood Pills (as prescribed in al tho leading hospitals), Is and ls> 6d pel 100 ; new season's Hot Wacer Bags al whole3alo prices. We would remind fresh customer* that our Compounding oJ Physicians' Prescriptions and all othei Dispensing is conducted with extreme and absolute fidelity.— C. and H. EVENS, Manners-streetj Chemists. Telephone 1185 LEFT-OFF CLOTHING"; jft/TRS. NIGHTINGALE having taken o.tA over the business lately carried on by Sirs. Hill, 103, Lambton-quay, will give the highest cash price for Left-off Clothing, Boots, etc. Mrs*. Nightingale will cail by appointment to any address. Write oi 'phona 2924. MRS. NIGHTIKGALE, 118, Taranaki-street. and 103, Lambton-qy. LEFT-OFF CLOTHING; RING UP 'PHONE 3313. MRS. BRUCE, cash purchaser o Ladies', Gents', and Children*! Left-off Clothing, Boots, etc. Letters re cehe prompt attention; highest price: fiven. Address 139, Ingestre-street (nex r.S. Dispensary). T~EFT-OFF~Clothing— Mrs. Wood w ar< J.J (late Mrs. Botterill), Cash Buyer o Ladies', Gents', and Children' 6 Left-o£ Clothing and Booce. Letters receivi prompt attention. 121, Ingestre-stree: (nexfc Rink). 'Phone 2379. Will call Hut! and Petone any day. FURNITUREI FURNITURE ! RICHARDSON BROS., ■"' 206, CUBA-STREET, Cheapest and Best House in Town foi New and Second-hand Furniture. HOUSES FURNISHED THROUGH OUT. ] PUBLIC NOTICE. .TTTAVING disposed of the BUTCHER'S il BUSINESS known as Clout Bros. Kent-terrace, all accounts due to the firn payable to Norman Clout, Te Aro Mea' Co., Cuba-street. ' PATENT EXPERTS. ."FTENRY HUGHES. Patent and Trade JO. Marks Agents and Consulting En gineers. 157. Featherston-street. SUFFERING'S a thankless task anyway — and suffering- from Indigestion is al unnecessary one while there's such a sure speedy, and reliable cure as Dr. Cross land's Noxol within your reach. Thi: splendid herbal remedy will relieve yoi of your pain and suffering, too, if yoi will let it. Your chemist or store sell Dr. Crossland's Nozol at 2s. Get a bottli to-day. ' 'FHONE 2349. FOR TAXI-CABS or TOURING CARS Ring up 2349. ARCADIA TAXI AND TOURING CAI SERVICE. Careful Drivers, Reliable Cabs and Cars Long or Short Journeys Undertaken. STAND— Opposit" PUBLIC TRUST. TriTELLINGTON TAXI-CAB ANI W TOURING CAR CO. 'Phone 58. Special Terms to Doctors snd Commercia , Men. i Taxi-Cars at ordinary csb rates. THE reason why we do aJI work wel and at such reasonable prices — Wi employ the largest staff of first-clas tradesmen in the city. We use only thi | best of material. We guarantee all worl ) to be done satisfactorily and carried ou i systematically. We give all estimate I free. Write or Ring. Telephones: Cit; 2043, Karori 2316. THOS. A. WELLS. JDecorator^ ] YARD TO LET. i 1 I CENTRALLY-SITUATED YARD t. i LET. Low rontal. Particulars a I E";c Post. \ Offices to let f X> Well lighted; low rentals. 1 Next door to late offices Union Steam Shi) ? Company. Apply 2 SAMUEL BROWN. LTD., Johnston-st § np-0 LET, rcven-rcomed House, Guild i JL ford-terrace. Ai-ply Xo. 9.

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