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j BUSINESS CHANCE, T HAVE this day sold my business. •*■ known as. "NELSON FRUIT C 0.," to Messrs. Forstor and Goodall | (Returned Soldiers), and trust that the | same liberal patronage accorded me will be extended to my successors, i rho business will still continue under the same name and style. HARRY MILNER. Nelson, Ist June, 1919. In connection with above we have pleasure in announcing that we*have arranged for full supplies of CHOICE FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY and FRESH VEGETABLES, and solicit a continuance of the liberal support accorded our predecessor. FORSTER AND GOODALL, i Direct Importers of Island and Sydney Fruits. 3071 LABOUR'S CHALLENGE TO THE NAT lON A L COY ERNM EN T. 1| E H. E HOLLA. ®D, M.P., will iY* address Meetings in connection with the New Zealand Labour Paity's Nat.onal Campaign as, under:— MOrUEKA, Thursday, June 12th. COLLING WOOD, Saturday, 'June I<ith. PDPONG k, Sunday, June 15th. i TAEAEdL, Mond-iy, Jime 16th. UPPER MOUTERE,. Tuesday, June! 17th. Mr Holland will alco address meetings at Richmond, WaAefklu, Stoke, Nelson, Blenhsitn aud Picton on diitss to bo advertised;. At all meetings Collections will be made, in aid. o£ the Labour Party's Politioa Fighting Fund. s A. R. FALCONER, Hon. Secretary, 3056: Motueka Branch, N.Z.L.R

TNTENDING Purchasers 'of DELC'O ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANTS would do well to place their orders at once. I can supply and install you a DELCO, guaranteeing you a reliable plant and a good job.. NOTE.—Reduced price of. Plant for June only £130; ordinary p.rice, £150. RICHARDS,. CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN, REGISTERED CONTRACTOR, BRIDGE STREET. 'Phone 675 M... . 3073 CAN YOU TRUST YOUR JUDGMENT? nnHOUSANDS of soldiers returning from khaki to mufti has caused an unprecedented demand for suitings —a demand that, can -hardly be met. Eight, nine ,ten, .and eleven pounds have become quite usual at the retail tailors for a five-guinea pre-war suit. It is only natural -therefore that the offer made by JOHN. H. GLASSON, Cashel Street, Christchurch, through the medium of this paper, to turn out a, tailored to measure suit for 755, 85s, 955, 105s, 110s, 115s should be largely availed of. So confident is he of giving you satisfaction at these prices that he is prepared to stand by your judgment. If in.your opinion the cut, the making, the fit, material or style is not right your .money will be refunded any delay; or cfemur. The suit comes direct from the workroom, minus all costs that add no value. You get the pick of the best patterns prevailing at the present time. There is a place for all your instructions on the easy measurement form, with full particulars how to take your measures as accurately as any tailor. The first and last care is to give you satisfaction, irrespective of price altogether. These suits have.been compared with those costing two and three pounds more, and not found j wanting. Write for patterns to-night: With, yourself as umpire you run no risk of being pleased' with your purchase;

Price List of Piiiis Insignia Trees FtDlfl SEASON 1919. ONE-YEAR-OLDS: Pel' thousand* 40s; por hundred,. 6s; average height, about 9in. , GiIADED TW6-YEAR-OLJ>&:: Per thousand. 80s; per hundred. 12s; average height, 12in. to 15in. Per thousand, 100s; per hundred, 15s; average height, 15in. to 18in. Per thousand, 120s; per hundred, 18s; average height, 18in. to 25in. Five hundred Trees at KSGO rate. The trees are raised in a poor, friable clay, which gives a splendid root development and a stocky top. AH naosery .stock is wrenched twice before; despatch. . I retain a staff of trained planters, and can undertake planting in any part of New Zealand provided inducement offers. Prico quoted is f.o.b. Nelson, and a small extra charge will bo made for packing where shipment is necessary. Two-year-olds ready now. Yearlings, in August. H. .G. KINGSLAND, Private Bag, - - Nelson. •*W?WBs»lß!«tggni»jiiia.i»iii. >^M iijiiii L ipiii M jiii 11M iiii»,M^ w| ,^ ||MM ;j ■ ' V ■ • ■■ ■ Various Patterns to Select from. 9 and 15 carat. Gold Presentation Medals for all ( ■ ' -' ■ Branches of Sport. Also Special Medals, suitable for' . Returned Soldiers. We make these ; goods en the premises, and guarantee satisfaction. Call or write for . Designs anil Prices. l High-Glass Engraving. We make a speciality of the Art! Inscriptions, Crests and Monograms executed on shortest notice, Gold. Signet Rings with Crest or. Monogram Seal. JEWELLER, : ■ Commercial Buildings, i HARDY STREET NELSON.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, The Colonist, Volume LXI, Issue 15095, 11 June 1919

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