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EW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. RING’S BIRTHDAY, 1907. CHRISTCHURCH RACES & SHOW 2nd to 9th. November, 1907. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be obtainable as under, and,will in every case be available for return lip to and including 6th December, I 1907 : I To any Station on Hurunui-Blul! Section from any station on Hurunui Bluff Section—from sth to 11th November. To Christchurch—From a ll Stations south of Clinton, from 30th October to 7th November. BY ORDER. If you want a DAINTY GIFT for lover or friend—a Thin-paper Pocket Classic ; a handsome set of Dickens. Thackery, Scott, George Elliot ; a Bible or Church Hymnary. Procure it at LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON &' Cos. If you read POETRY, the flower of all literature, you will find a choice selection from Chaucer to Tennyson, in cloth or leather bindings AT ALL PRICES a t LILLI CRAP, McNAUGHTON & Co’s.

Ell.es road south premiTIVE METHODIST CHURCH. Services as follows —Morning at 11, Rev. A. Pybus and Mr Sheen ; Evening' at 6.30. Rev. A. Pybus ; subject, “St. Peter. the first Bishop of Rome.” The Orange Lodge will be in attendance. Sacred selection by the Orchestra. RACINS MEN Who have been successful or otherwise on the turf, will find that the Salvation Army Still stands with open arms to receive them back to the fold. Enter for the race to Heaven to-day. There arc no handicaps and all who wish it can hear the grand “Well Done I” at the end. Enter now. hoys—time is passing ! ARMY BARRACKS. TAY STREET.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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