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ST MATTHEWS' SCHOOL ROOM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Bth First Grand Concert IJY HASTINGS CHORAL SOCIETY, Assisted by Leading Napier Amateurs Doors open at 7-80, Commence at 8 Tickets— Is "JAR ILL HALL, HASTINGS _J ox LOOK OUT BALL ,KILL HALL, HASTINGS AUGUST eOin Gentlemen os, Ladies '2s 6d W. M, Hay 6 Son, BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, Makket Street, Hastings Estimates Given DANNEVIRKE-HASTINGS TEST ROAD RACE ENTRIES close with the undersigned on Saturday Next, 11th inst, at 9 p.m. L. W. FOWLER, Secretary Hastings Cycling and Athletic Club 'cMAHON, Herbalist, Hair, Eye Kidney Specialist, from Wellington, late of Melbourne, will treat Baldness and Falling Hair, Pimples, Asthma, Bronchitis, Eyes a speciality, Eczema, Rheumatics, Piles, all Skin Diseases. CoHsultafcisn free from Bto 10 a.ui, 12 to 2 p.m, and 5 to 8 p.m, at the xroeadero, Station street, for one week only. Unquestionable testimonials. WANTED AT ONCE Fine, Plain and Fancy Sewing at home. Apply this office \ ANTED—A Smart Boy, wages 10s. Apply Standard office. IX7-ANTED KNOWN JAMES VV CONSTABLE, Plumbkb, has eominencod Business in Hastings. Orders left at Mr VV. Salmon's, opposite Council Chambers, will be attended to. I.T ANTED—Now is the time to M V inspect the £SO Sections. High and dry. Frontage to Nelson sheet, and the main -ewer. Terms—£lo deposit, balance easy terms. F. Cassin, Hastings AMBER TIPS TEA "S a high grade Tea and not mixed _ witbJFannings' and inferior Teas. Packed enly in Tins and Leads, thus preserving its delicate flavor. Sold by G. F. Roach, Hastings. HPO LET—A 7-roomed Dwelling outbuildings, orchard, etc.; 2 aeres ; situate on Havelock Hills J. Bennett, Hastings. HO LET —Commodious newly built Store, opposite Gas Works, Hastings, with railway siding ; immediate possession. For terms, &c, apply •avid Scannell, Solicitor, Hastings " OST—On Sunday, Gold Brooch, I between Nelson street and King street. Finder rewarded on returning same to Miss Bamforth, King street OST —A Coat, with a number of _J Letters in pocket. Finder rewarded on returning to Standard office "AMBER TIPS" TEA HAS been blended and packed by the Eastern Tea Co., Christchurch, for the past sixteen years. This in itself should be a sufficient guarantee of its high quality. Stocked by G. F. Roach, HastiHgs. 710R SALE—Bay Mare (by Wilkin) _ 5 years old, thoroughly sound and reliable ; first-class Bradley Gig (>Pothan), and Set of Harness. Price £4O. Apply Dr Macdonell iTIOR. SALE -2.000 Second-hand COME and Ses thi Latest of Searing Machines, the Beale-Tok-pedo Reversible Feed, at Cunnold's epot. Mahora (> OD House and Land for Sale. Easy terms, half ("ash. J. "AMBER TIPS" TEA A T 2/- per lb is absolutely the ,_ Finest Blend of Orauge Pekoe L-eylons on the market, and for strength, purity and flavor cannot be excelled. Try it, and be convinced. G. F, Roach, Hasting--KNOWN— That at V V MeCOBD'S W cllington House Fruifc and Confectionery it; sou. at Wellington Prices. Address —Next Yereoe and Co, Butchers rrAINTJ-l» KNOW:;—AII kinds \V of NYudks, Oil and Parts stocked at Ch.i - G. Cunnold's, i Weslevan Church AMBER TIPS TEA TECTORIAL Post Cards are tlifc Latest Novelty. Ml collectors of Po=t Cnr(\< should write the Eastern Tea Co , Chrislchurch. Sent free on application.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Hastings Standard, Volume X, Issue 5269, 7 August 1906

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Hastings Standard, Volume X, Issue 5269, 7 August 1906

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