WANTED immediately, Privato Sittingroom and Bedroom, furnished. Address A.8., Post-office. 6974 ANTED, by a Young Lady, a comfortable homo in a privato family. Apply, immediately, stating terms and particulars, to Clement, office of this paper. 6978 WANTED, a good Dairyman, one accustomed to cheese-making; none else need apply. Address Golden Age Hotel, on Saturday, August 30, between tho hours of 11 and 2 p.m. .. 6966 WANTED Known.— Undershirts and "drawers, in lambs-wool, merino, and cotton ; heavy makes, light makes, very large selection, all reduced in price. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6364 WANTED Known.— White shirts, Oxford shirts, regatta shirts, Crimean shirts, at less than English prices. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6363 ANTED KNOWN — Parents and Guardians are invited to inspect the mmense stock of Boys' Clothing, now being shown at reduced prices. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6281 ANTED KNOWN— Boys' and Men's Hats at reduced prices. For quantity, quahty, and variety, unequalled in the city. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6282 WANTED Known.— lmmense stock of men's, boys', and children's socks new goods, all at mill prices. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6362 WANTED KNOWN— Blankets at exceedingly low prices. An opportunity like the present may never occur again. New Zealand Clothing Factory. 6283 CHRISTOHUECH. VALUABLE BUSINESS SITES. ON LEASE OR SALE.' BEDFORD BOW.— Two allotments noxt Hulbert's Hat Factory, each 16^ feefc frontage. Prico £250 each, or on 14 rears' lease. 6965 H. MATSON k CO. S.S. ECLIPSE. -*->., A LL accounts against I^i^^^^-^JjL thisvessel are requested to bo sent in to _s____&a___B_ratho undorsigned on or before Saturday, the 30th instant, otherwise they will not bo recognised. Apply to JAMES C. ATON. Lyttelton, August 26, 1879. 6963 JM-R. _£__• J • VyHATTAWAY, PIANOFORTE TUNER, Petebbobouoh Stbeet, Christchurch. 6056 W~. TREADWELL • Invites tho Electors to a Lecture on "THE POLITICS OF TRADE AND FARMING." THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, At 7.30 p.m. MUSIO HALL, Cathedral square. 6975 O-J REWARD. — Strayed from my C^b/JL St.bles, Colombo street, on the night of August 24, one chestnut Mare, with cover and head-stall on, branded X on near shoulder. Anyone bringing her fco Mr Bowden, Grocer, Colombo street, will receive tlie above reward. 607LYTTELTON WATER WORKS. NOTICE. THE Water will be shut off from the mains on Thursday and Friday, August 28 and 29, except for two houra on Thursday, from 3 to 5 p.m. By ordor. H. J. Y. ROGERS, 6976 Town Clerk. UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS BENEFIT SOCIETY. A MEETING will bo held at tho Caledonian Hotel, Knightstown, on Sfcturday, August 30, afc 7.30, for the purpose of making arrangements for the opening of a Lodge of tho abovo Ordor. For further particulars, apply to MR HURST, 6977 Caledonian Hotel. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. MR J. G. HAWKES is instructed by Mr P. Leo, who is leaving Chriatchurch, to Soil BY PUBLIC AUOTION, At tho ROYAL STANDARD BOARDING HOUSE, Also, THE ADJOINING HOUSE, Containing in all about 15 Bedrooms, two Sittingrooms, and largo Dining-room, at tho cornor of KILMORE AND DURHAM STREETS, Comprising — Donblo and single iron and wood bedsteads, quantity of blankets, counterpanes, and house linen (nearly now), oilcloth and carpets (nearly new), washstands, dressing tables, toiletware, chests drawers, cornice poles and rings, curtains, blinds, rollers and fittings (all quite new), 100 foot gas piping, pendants, globes, pillars and brackets, homo-made pickles and mushroom catchup, large assortment of electroplated spoons, forks, cruets, _c, Ac. An improved sowing machino, by Whi eler and Wilson. Also Piano, bj Chappolland Co., noarly new. A vory handsome Ornamontod Stovo and 12ft. piping Number of young Hens (laying) and Spanish Rooster A large noblo Newfoundland Slut (in pup). Salo at 11 o'clock sharp. Also, A very old valuable steel engraving of tho old Testament, 4ft 6in by 3ft Gin, beautifully framed. A grand speculation for a gentleman wishing to make a present of it to the Museum, as it is the only engraving of its sort this sido of the line. Engraving to be put up by auction at 1 o'clock. 6971 TO ADVERTISERS. THE STAR now enjoys a larger legitimate circulation than any Penny newspaper in this Province, and the number of its readers and general popularity is constantly increasing. In order fco meet fche enormous demand for fcbo Stab, it has been found necessary to go to press at a •till earlier hour. Advertisers are therefore notified that advertise* ments for the Country Edition can only be received up till Two o'clock p.m., and for the Town Edition until Three o'clock p.m. I
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