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CLEARING SALE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th. MR J. G. HAWKES will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his Rooms, Hereford street, ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10lH, BOOKS, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, FANCY GOODS, WINSOR and NEWTON’S PENCILS, KALEIDOSCOPES, STEREOSCOPES, CONJURING TRICKS, and FANCY GOODS, and sundries. Beautiful MEERSCHAUM PIPES. 9-9 Sale at 2 o’clock. 600

Young ladies’ boarding and DAY SCHOOL, Armagh street, Christchurch, CONDUCTED BY MISS SHEATH. Young Ladies are instructed in all the branches of a good English Education, with every accomplishment. The Third Term of the year 1875 will commence on Thursday morning, Sept 16th 1875, at 9 o’clock. Private Lessons in Fancy Needlework and Music. Terms on application. 1016 'EVENING SCHOOL. BY TWO LADIES. Monday and Thursday, from 7.30 p.ra. to 9.30 p.m. Terms—2s per Week (in advance.) Apply, MRS SCRIVENOR, Post Office, 1018 Christchurch. NOTICE. IF the Christian names of a passenger by the Hawea, from Otago, by last trip, are JESSE ENSOR, will he inquire of the Editor of this paper for an old Garveston Schoolfellow, 1019 10s REWARD, LOST in Lyttelton on Friday last a small Greenstone BROOCH, shape of a heart. Any person returning the same to Mrs Flett, Sumner road, will receive the above reward. 1020 TENDERS are invited for Sinking an Artesian Well. Address—Mrs Per cival, Post Office, Upawa. 1017 WANTED a Smart Lad to hawk fruit with barrow, H. Marks, High stmt. iQ2i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Globe, Volume IV, Issue 388, 9 September 1875

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Globe, Volume IV, Issue 388, 9 September 1875

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