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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914
SPORTING. "TASTE MAY CHANGE. BUT INCLINATION NEVER." So ito the j PIFTY.THTRD ANNUAL GATHERING CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF OTAGO, CALEDONIAN BOOIBTY OP OTAGO, Which will be held as usual at the Society'* Beautiful Grounds (Kensington) On NEW YEAR'S DAY, NEW YEAR'S DAY, Ist JANUARY, 1915, Whera a Varied and Attractive Programme of Highland Games, Bagpipe Music, and Dancing, interspersed with Amateur Running, Jumping, and Quoiting Events will be submitted. BRING THE BAIRNS. BRING THE BAIRNS. • Gainer commence at 2 o'clock sharp. Admission to Ground: Adults, Is; Children, 6d; Children under 10, accompanied by parents, free to ground. W. E. C. REID, Secretary. ITRATH TAIERI CALEDONIAN 1 SOCIETY, MIDDLEMARCH. ANNUAL SPORTS, FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. The Popular Gathering. EXCURSION FARES. Running, Cycling, Wrestling, Tug-of-wor, etc Grand Ball in the Evening. Programmes, with full particulars, on application to ROBT. WALKER, Secretary. WAIKOUAITT RACTNG CLUB. FRIDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1915. CCEPTANCES CLOSE on MONDAY December 21. To bo addressed to the Hon. Secretary, Wa.ikouaiti; or care of 11. L. James, E«].. Duncdin. MEETINGS. OTAGO GENERAL LABORERS' UNION. A GENERAL MEETING of the above--t\- named Union will be held at the Union' 6 Hall, 95 Stuart street, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY EVENING. 23rd Decernber, 1914, at 8 o'clock. Business : General. M. M"ALLEN, Secretary. FOR SALE. "UOOT Trad' l .—A profitable Repairing » Business For Sale. Address " Ret.ir- ?," "E " ~ " SALE, 10 x 12 Tent and Fly, nearly X new. Simon's Boot Depot, * opposite Post Office, Princes street. FOR SALE, High-power Stand Telescope"; suitable for verandah. Particulars Hugh Neil, 249 George street. HOR SALE, Leghorn Chicks (.Xixori strain - guaranteed), with or without hen. 73 Burn* street. Parkside, Caversham. X.*QQA — N.E. Valley: 4Roonii; Jioi, cold, cJiOOU conveniences; owner away; deposit and oiler accepted. Alex. Harn.<, auejpt}(\(\—South Dtiliedin : 4 Rooms, soullcry. fowl runs, wasbhouse, copper, tub ? , a=plialt paths. Alex. Harris. £W/\/\ —Eglintou : Freehold. 5 Rooms; fUU electric light, modern appointments: nearly i-acre; drained. Alex. Harris, auctioneer. C*/< / 4 ft— Musselburgh Rise : New 4 Rooms, XHtUO hot. cola, el.-etrie light; freehold. Alex. Harris and Co. SU rooms; fibrous and rafter ceilings, electric, porcelain bath; built tor owner: glorious outlook ; £625. Alex. Harris and Co. 7\OH SALE. Private Hotel and Restaurant; profit?. £4 weekly: Inner requires only £SO. and Co. MOTOR Cycle - For Sale.""(.''ScotP'7 3| horse-power, chain drive, two-speed; good as new. '"Cheap," 'Star' Office. vJItHsALK. [.ally's 'Freo-"wheeMllTc jl iiii.»t ii':W; pump, lamp, etc., complete. SALE, (ins Cooker, eheau. 41 Harbor ten i'<MNF, Utiiiding Si I- tioi). on ri»e. tFon SALE." 'Viaif For Sale; s Box 486. Dune frame, in gr SALE, Gent's- Bike (Red Star); Eadie coasicr. 9 Main avenue, St. Kilda. and~Not. £6. Hill, Kvansdale. 17K>R SALE, Sis-roomrd House, every convenience; large section. Apply 87 Prince. Albert road. Musselburgh. IriOß SALE, Roofing Iron~bWs7~Windows, Blue.gum Studs,' Baltic Weatherboards, etc. Apply 65 St. David street. J~>ONY For Sale, (guaranlepd), saddle or harjiesf: rare opportunity. Applv 13 Princes street, Duncdin. .SALE. 2} New Hudson" Motor: free -T engine, three-speed gear: first-class order. "Hudson." ''Star.' "tPLENDID General Store; good living, ' cheap rent: going concern: barcain. £75. Inquire Carter. F\e.hange Cou FOR SAL V.7 Txntr7eh" ,r wli"i7aiF."' 33ft long, frond cabin. 8 h.p., 2-cylinder Standard engine in first-class order; boats just painted and ready to go afloat. Full nart'""'"'"' * Morgan, picture-framer, Frederick t,.^.. PUBLIC NOTICES. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAYS. T>URSUANT to the. terms of "The Bankin? Act, 1908," MONDAY, the 28th dav of December. 1914. and SATURDAY, the 2nd day of January. 1915, are hereby appointed Special Batik Holidays at tlm Offices of the undenrmmioned Banks throughout New Zealand : THE USTOX JiAXK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. R. A. HOLMES, Inspector. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. B. M. MOLINEAUX, Inspector. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. It. B. SMITH, Acting Inspector. NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. D. W. DUTHIE, Acting General Manager. THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA. LIMITED. E. P. YALDWYN, Manager. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. CALLENDER, General Manager. NOTE.—Tho Banks will also he cloned throughout the Dominion on the follow ' days, being Statutory Holidays :- FRIDAY, 25th December, 1914—Christmas Day. SATURDAY, 26th December. 1914—Boxins Day. FRIDAY, Ist January, 1915—New Yenrs Dav. CHRISTMAS GIFTS, ~ UR WAREHOUSE is replete with Lcathnr Goods, including British-mado L»die»* Bass. Brush Case*. Manicure Sets, I Companions, Attache Cases, Suit Cases, Travelling Bags, "' Swan " and "' Onoto "' Fountain Pens, and numerous articles suitable for Presents for Ladies and Gentlemen. Inspection cordially invited. J. Wilkia and Co.. Ltd.. the Leading House for Leather Ooods, 92 Princes street. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. WE are prepared to DELIVER BY MOTOR WAGGON, from house to house LUGGAGE, Etc., to PORTOBELLO, BROAD BAY', WARRINGTON, WAITATI. and EYANSDALE. Full particulars on application. THE NEW ZEALAND EXPRESS COMPANY, LTD., Bond street. NEW STYLES IN LADIES' BAGS. WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP a very fine selection of Ladies' Bags from the best English houses. We have the following modern styles:—Moir», Mirror, Kodak, Sabertash. Burlington, and Trapeze, in hard-grained Moroccos, Seal, Suedes, and Puma Calf. Every bag euarantoed. Prioea moderate. Inspection cordially invited. J WILKIE AND CO., Princes «treet. APER for Wrapping-up PorStle. Apply * 'Star' Office, Bond ctxart.
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