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Business Announcements. j Cash advertisomentt) under this head, not exceeding j fourteen words, will K> charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, a good General Servant. Apply, £.17, Faii-field terrace, Worcester Btreet easi. 607 WAKTED, a young Girl to take charge of children. Apply, 236, Gloucester street west. 606 ANTED, General Servant. Apply to Mrs Kitsou, Fendaltou Bridge, before 1 ' o'clock. 4-8 "Wf ANTED, Unfurnirtied Room with fireplace, If or two small. Ajiply M. 8.,'" Times" oflieo. 539 , ! Wf ANTED, a Girl, to assist in Housework*. « T T Apply 142, Gloucester btreet, opposite Theatre. 600 ; T7I7"ANTED, to Purphaße, Piano for learner. \y State terms. Mrs W. M., Post Office, -, liyttriton. 5^ i "\7ir ANTED Girl about 16 to assist , VT iv housework. Mrs Ballinger, Lichfield Btreet eaßt. 584 W "ANTED, inrmediately, a good General Servant. Apply No. 21, Gloucester : street east. . 536 ; "TTTTANTED, Tenders for Sinking (3) Three _T T Artesian Wells. Apply to C. H. Baymnn, Windmill road south, opposite Pound road, Byden*. ham. 604 BONUS.— £5 paid to anyone procuring advertiser permanent situation in stores, ware, houses, or any capacity ; good testimonials and ' references. Address, in confidence, J.W., office of . this paper. 585 f^OMFORTABLB Board and Residence /or One V I or Two Ladies. Terms moderate. TO, East belt. 602 FOB SALE, 50inch Bicycle; perfect order: lamp and accessories; cheap. G.W. "Star office. tOS 1 T OOK OUT for Great Skittle Match coming off ! JLJ next week at Caversham Hotel. W. Wheatley. 587 LOST,— On Friday, Jan. 30, one block-covered Book, with red edges, used aa a Day Book The finder will be rewarded by returning the same i to Harper and Whyte, Blacksmith, Market Place, i Chrißtchurch. 590 OBEBT FINNEY, by communicating with his Father, will hear something to his advantage. 601 C« KITTLES.— Wanted Known— That Caversham k3 Skittle Ground is open to all comers. W. Wheatley. 586 TO LET.— A Six-roomed House, stable, and coachhouse. Apply at Barrett's Hotel. 583 fJIRY P. CAIKNS' Trousors at 12s HMBY P. UAIRWB' Trousors at 12b 6d. -W*. m A TO MO* fn—^J Q.U. *^_ At-

■ ■ i"uo«u x nwu diuw iivui W>S* XT • TO CAIRNS' Tweed Suits from 465. P CAIRNS, Tailor, corner High aud St Asaph • Btreeta. P CAIRNS, Tailor, comer High and St Aaaph • streets. SPRING Goods now being opened. P. Cainu, Tailor. PRING Good" now being opened. P. Cairne, Tailor. BANKRUPT £3TOCK. ANKEUPT OTOCK. UNEDIN OTOCK. UNEDIN QTOCK. 3D for Strong Heavy White Flannel, worth t lOJd ; Scarlet Flannel, 6{d. Crocker's Sale. Q2.D for Girls' Dark Hose, originally 71d; Children's Cotton Socks from Id pair. Crocker's. 91.D for American Leather Cloth, usually sold 2 at Is 6d. Linoleums, 2s lid yard, worth 4a. IS for Men's Strong Cotton Shirts, worth double ; Socks and Undershirts at ridiculous prices. -j |*\i.D for Heavy White Twill Sheeting, worth I\J2 Is Cd, see it. Unbleached do at 9 Jd, usual price, Is 3d. 41.D for Large Towels, worth B|d ; hotelkeopera 2 and others should see them. Crocker's Great Sale. A S -f -j D for Men's strong Tweed Trousers, 4» A A worth 8s 6d. Trousers and Vert 12b 0d ; should be 21s. QID for Nuus' Beige Dress Stuff, formerly 1b OIT 4Jd. Double-width Cashmere, Is 3Jd ; worth 2s 9d. 53D for good Black Alpaca, worth lOJd. Bars' gains in Black Cashmere. Crockor's Sole. ID for Feathers, worth 9d. Flowers, from Id, Spray. Crocker's Sale of Bankrupt Stock. 2S £\O for Corsets, in Black and Drab, for\y merly 4s 6d and 5s 6d. Underclothing at ridiculous price. IS for Ladies' Straw Hats, originally 2s 6d to is 6d. LHrga Garden Hats, Bfcd, worth Is Cd. O^7 S £\° for Ladies' beautiful Dolman Mantles, # \J originally 65s and 70s. Only a few left. Crocker's. "t S -d -J D for a gross of coloured Boue Dress A A A Burtons, Sold at 4s 6d and 5s 6d wholesale. 3S -g -4 D for splondid Sateen Polonaises, for--11 merly 10s 6d. Priut do 2s 6d. Must go. IS /5D for a dozen yards good Black Silk Cord, \J usually sold 6d yard. Crocker's. 33 D for Brown Holland, worth 6d, Grey Silesia, J 3|d, Victoria Lawn, 4jd. IS for 6 Men's or Boys' Linen Collars, worth Is Men's aud Boy's Felt Hate, Is. tJ /^ROCKER'S. • O« V>>ROCKER'S. Zj /CROCKER'S . P. BEST NEWCASTLE WALLSEND COAL. TTI O R SALE, Ex Sunbeam and other vessels to nrrire, 1 500 TONS BEST WALLSEND COAL. W. H. HARGREAVES, 561 ' Cathedral square. TO THE HEADS OF "FAMILIEBJ ♦.GUARDIANS, &c. SEE that your CHILDREN'S Lace and Button BOOTS contain CORRICK'S PATENT BOOT BACK PROTECTOB, Thus preventing the appearance of the inevitable patch, at a mere nominal cost. The Trade Supplied with the Protector. U.» Cobrick & KjO, 14, VICTORIA STREET GrOODSON'S AJONDON A.UCADE. VALENTINE PRESENTATIONS WILL DE OCCUPYING THE MINDS OF OUR YOUNG FRIENDS, AND CERTAINLY NO PLACE IN CHRISTCHURCH PRESENTS SUCH ATTRACTIVE GOODS TO SELECT PEOM AB GOODSON'S LONDON ARCADE, WHBBE AN IMMENSE VARIETY OF THE USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL MAY BE SEEN AND OP WHICH " INSPECTION INVITED. INVESTMENTS I BARGAINS FREEHOLD PROPERTY OFFICES, CATHEDRAL SQUARE, Next Tramway Company's Depdt. TO INVESTORS, GUARDIANS AND THUBTEES, SOLICITORS, HOUSE AND LAND AGENTS, LANDLORDB, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, TRADESMEN, NEW ARRIVALS, AND OTHERS. £100— Town Section. Secure Investment I £300— House, Stables, and 2 Acres. A pre-eminent opportunity. £370— 6-roomeil House, J-Acre, Wash-house, &c. A nibble I . £400— J-Acre in the city, 6-rooined House. Unrivalled bargain 1 £150— Ditto, outside the city. Surer-eminent chancel ... . .. £000— Corner Section, nearly J-acre, within the belt. Unparngoned I £1000— Magnificent L'oruer, city. £1100— Large Residence, suitable for a family oi £1250— SnuijEstate, within the belt, llouse and 1J £3000, £1500, £850, £550-City Allotments, with good Houses, very desirable freeholds. Sections Now Brighton. Sections Papamii road. Loud to be Let on Lease within the City belts. MoneytoLenaonMortgnff,^^ LONDON LOAN AND DISCOUNT AGENCY. Gloucester street (nort Gas Office). "ItyrONEY ADVANCED, without delay, from JVI £10 to £1000, On Personal Security, Deeds of Property, Inanrance and other Shares, Merchandise, Bonded Certificates, and all classes of securities. Persona borrowing £10 receive cash £9. „ £20 „ » *18. IS :: :: a . £50 „ „ «44. Repayments Weekly, Monthly, or Quarterly. Bills Discounted Daily. All Communications Strictly Confidential. Office Hours, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Postal Address, 80x36«. «»

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