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AT /^ROCKER'S CJALE. T V^ROCKER'S ©ALE. IS for Ladies' Straw Hats, worth 2s 6d to 4s Gd. Underclothing at Ridiculoiß Prices. O^7 S D for I'^es' Dolmau Mantles. /U § \J originally 655. Print Costumes at almost anything you like. OS /3D for Ladies' Black nnd Drab Corsets, £k vf usually 4s 6d and bn 6d, all sizes. Bargains. 4£D for White Flannel, originally lOJd ; Heavy 4 White Calico 2s lid dozen, worth C'J yard. 82.D for large Garden Hats, worth Is 6d, See 2 them at Crocker's Bankrupt Sale. 3S -4 1 D for Rich Black Silk, originally 8s 6d. JL X A regular gift at the price. IS /?D for Black Cashmeres, worth, 2s 3d. 13 Bargains in Black French Merinos. -| f\ l^D for a dozen yards of Coloured Net, and I\J 2 4»d for a dozen Cream Lace. IS Each for Men's Good Cotton Shirts, Boys' and Men's Felt Hats, Is. Great Slaughter. 28 -4 -§ D for Linoleums that you rannot buy XX anywhereunderSslld. Door Mats, la 6d each. f li QD for Chair Cushions worth 2s Cd. Tea I O CosieH, Is 6d, origiunlly 2s 9d. Crocker's Great Sale. AHKRUPT OTOCK. " ANKRUPT OTOCK. UNEDIN OTOCK. UNEDIN ©TOCK. T /^ROCKER'S. T l^/ROCKER'S. Read above. 26 rinENDERS are invited for ADDITIONS to X OOTT AGE. for Mr P. Morland, Hillmorton. Plans aud specifications can be seen at the residence of Mr R. Page, Hillmorton, where Tenders will be received not later than Monday, 19th mat., 8 p.m. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 29 SKITTLES. . SKITTLES. " WANTED Known, that Wm. Whitley has taken the Caversham Hotel Skittle Ground, which he has put in first-class order, and will be glad to meet all nis old friends, nnd as many new ones as like to come and give him a turn. W. WHITLEY, 82 Lessee. CHRISTCHURCH DISTRICT DKAINAGE BOARD. ELECTION FOR SuITdISTRICT OF AVON. VOTE FOR A.. E. Gl"» -R H O D E S, Whose Largo interest in the District is a sufficient guarantee of hiß DOING HIS BEST FOR THE RATEPAYERS GENERALLY. 9916 ■ ABGYLE HOUSE. /"I REAT A NNUAL SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th. MMENSE REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. £40,000 worth of NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS TO BE ' SACRIFICED. .« ■ Gl"» Ii» XJEATH & 00., o o tJ • N Wo g , H I M g fi. H* 3 IH ' rf . <»■ i sg i Ma * s « 5 B c «O £ (v g h « tn H 2 I 8 | g . 8s 1 & l_ p d h CS g ■ aO d CO 2 THE MONSTER CLEARING SALE A ~WT* Strange a C o. f s IS STILL BE NG CARRIED ON. 9?51 ADVERTISEMENTS intended for insertion in the FIRST EDITION of the STAR, must be delivered at the Office not later 1 than.One o'clock.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 Star, Issue 5209, 15 January 1885

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