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ACCOMMODATION AT HOLIDAY RESOHTS. The hydro grand hotel (Overlooking Caroline Bvf), TIMARU, N.Z. South Canteiburv's Leading Hotel. SUPERIOR SERVICE AND EVERY ' MODERN LUXURY. TARIFF ON APPLICATION. Telegrams "Hydro Grand." Telephone 603 B. C. JONES, 8s Proprietor. WINDSOR PRIVATE" HOTEL, 47 *»' Manchester street, Christchurch. — Moderate tariff, good chef. Proprietress, Mrs N. J. Johnston. 'Phone 1204. Correspondence will reoeive courteous attention. EVERLEY HOUSE, WAI-ITI ROAD, TIMARU (close to the Bay). Superior Accommodation Visitors, Permanent Boarders. Gardens, tennis' courts, croquct.— Terms on application Mrs F. A. Chalmers, proprietress. 31d EACH HOUSE, SUMNER-—Private Boarding Establishment; right on the beach; longest established; tram service every half-hour to and from Christchurch. — Write to Mrs Beardsley, Proprietress. SHERWOOD— The lcading BOARDJNG ESTABLISHMENT j established over 20 years; 245 Cashel street, Christchurch. Terms on application. 300 Mrs SIMCOX. Proprietress. lIIT E HART HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Tho Leading Commercial and Tour'st Hotel. Tariff: 10s per day. F. M. DREWITT Proprietor WTARRINGTON HOUSE. Warrington.VV, BOARD and RESIDENCE; best aocommodation for visitors.—Mrs T. Wilkinson (late of the Government Tourist Department). 'Phone Warrington Bureau. 17f PERSONAL. CASH ADVERTISEMENTS under this heading: Fourteen Words, ONE SHILLING per insertion; Six insertions, os; over lourteen Words and not exceeding Twenty-lour Words, 2s; Six insertions, 10s. Double rates charged unless cash paid. ON and after Monday, 15th May, I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for Any Debts contracted in tho name of Hanssen Bros., Middlemarch. 15my (Signed) ERIC HANSSEN. WANTED —Ladies with whom S. J. corresponded kindly CALL " Egyptus," Moray place (opposite Choral Hall). . 13my MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WE RESTORE GREY HAIR to its Natural Colour and successfully treat all troubles of mHE Skin and Hair. Consultations free. — J. The Misses Chilton-Button, next Herbert, Haynes. 23d WANTED to BUY, Gent's, Ladies', and Children's Clothing, Boots. —Boddy, King street (telephone 3176). 13my HntTiANTED, good second-hand PIANO; »v' iron frame; cash. —Address W. W., Times Officp. 15my WANTED RENT, 4 or 5-roomed HOUSE; conveniences: no children; good locality.—House, Times. 15my mHE LATEST IN SAFETY RAZORS, A THE DURHAM DUPLEX, With Six Extra Blades and Stropper. Complete for 10s 6d, postage free. Your money refunded if not satisfied. - - Ask To See It. G. MOODY & CO., j Razor Setting Specialists, ' 15ap Dunedin. WANTED PURCHASE, 5-roomed HOUSE (Maori Hill); £550-£650.-Address Hill, Times Office. 12my WANTED to RENT, „ Blacksmith's BUSINESS; town or country; about £500 or £600 turnover; price and full particulars.—Blacksmith, Times Office. limy RABBITS Wanted; must be well prepared for export.—Cowan and Co., Freezing Works, Port Chalmers. limy

WANTED, HAND CHAFFCUTTER; state price and where seen. —J. Richardson, Factory road, Mosgiel. lOmy WE are open to BUY RABBITS in any quantity, skinned or unskinned.— Irvine and Stevenson (Ltd.), Dunedin. T> ABBITS Wanted; unlimited quantities; -O) must be bled.—R. S. Black, 420 Moray place, Dunedin. 9my 4S 6d WlNDOW.—Evening Shoe 6, cheaper than slippers for the home.—At Harris's, George street. smy CHILDREN'S HAIR TREATMENT is made a special feature at Hendy's Hairdressing Rooms. Haircutting, 6d. lOmy RABBITS (bled for freezing) wanted; write for tags, prices.—White, Box 166, Dunedin. TALLOW, Kitchen Fat wanted; any quantity; highest prices.—White, 95 Stuart street, Dunedin. RABBITSKINS, Sheepskins, Horsehair wanted; highest prices: write for tags. WHITE, 95 Stuart street, Dunedin. 4rny WANTED, 100 PRIME PIGS, for bacon for " our boys " at the front. —Irvine and Stevenson (Limited), Dunedin. 4mv STAG EEeads, Birds, Fish, and Animals Mounted; Skins Tanned.—Jacobs, taxidermist, 246 George street. 29ap INCOME Tax Returns, Balance Sheets prepared.—R. A. Cleland, Tilbury's Buildings, Crawford street. 29ap MISS LOGAN. Typist—Work treated strictly confidentially.—s and 6 Stock Exchange (Princes street entrance). Telephone 126. 15ja ANTED KNOWN - Thomson and Co., Moray place (opposite First Church), can Supply MONUMENTS at Rates. WANTED, Purchasers Headstones, Grave Railings •to CALL at Thomson and Co.. Moray place (opposite First Church). ANTED to BUY—Ladies', Gentle' men's, and Children's Left-off Clothing Boots, etc.; highest prices given.— Writ? or ring Williams, 47 Stafford street. ANTED to BUY—Artificial Teeth. Old Gold, Silver. Platinum (£6 10s). — Friedlander, Maolaggan street, Dunedin. GALLSTONES and GRAVEL absolutely 'CT and permanently cured without operation by now Herbal Treatment.—Thompson, herbalist. Oamaru. 14ap TNQUIRE by 'Phone No. 1898 of Chas. JL Saxby respecting Cycle Repairs.—Pier Cycle Works. Crawford street. .12s CZEMA CURED !-M.v Herbal Treatment positively Cures the distressing trouble. —Thompson, herbalist, Oamaru. E~~Recommend DAVID ROBERTSON, Sign Writing, House Painting, Paperhanging.—Corner Stuart and Cumberland - streets. Telephone 1705. lOja OAMARU Residents can procure Dr WILSON'S REGENERATOR from the Polytechnic, also Herbert's Hairdressing Rooms. » lOmy SPECIAL SALE Greenstone Chains, 32s 6d; Brooches, from 6s 6d; Bangles, Watches. Necklets, and Pendants at- Clearing Prices.—Himmel's, 99 George street 20f JOHN PAGE, Trance Medium; medical, business, clairvoyant, and psychometrist: rog. N.Z. and England; interviews 10 to 5. —81 Filleul street (off Hanover street). WANTED BUY —Gentlemen's, Ladies', Children's Clothing. Boots.—Mrs Broawn, 315 King street. Telephone 2876. LATEST Oakland CAR, Hire day and night.—G. M'Knight, Calder street, Caversham ('phone 2990). 15m 4S 6d WINDOW. —Black, Tan. Bronze, or White Evening Shoes. —Harris and Son, George street. smy FOR BALB. \ CASH ADVEBTISEMENTS under this heading: Fourteen Words, SIXPENCE per insertion; Six insertions, 2s 6d; over Fourteen Words and not. exceeding Twenty-four Words, Is: Six insertions, 6s. Double rate charged unless cash paid. WANTED to SELL, 2 HACKS; suit rabbiters; cheap.—Address Hack, Times Office. ■ . 15my For" SALE, 300 Second-hand CHAFF SACKS.—AppIy T. M'Cloy, Coach and' Horsos Hotel, Fairfield. 15my 1Q ACRES FREEIIOLD (north) Pbuild--L«J ings; dairying land; £675; £145 cash required.—Buttorsby Co 15my FOR SALE, 2 Tables, 6 Chairs, and Kitchen Dresser, privately ; cheap.—76B George street. , 13my jp-| £fk-4-CYLINDER Humber CAR; 3W-LO" colonial body; everything complete.—Apply Cossens and Black (gara.ge). FOR SALE, 10 h.p. TURNER CAR (English); good order; for immediate sale; price £85; ownei* enlisted ; any trial. Apply Bathgate, Oufcram. lOmy

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Otago Daily Times, Issue 16694, 15 May 1916

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