Lost and Found. LOST, Black Enamel Brooohj with Pearls. Reward on returning to 39, Worfceater et. 604 LOST— Jet Locket, with eomo hair inside, between Colombo streot and Cayersham. Apply, "E. 8., " Star" offioe. ICI4 Tenders. TO Carpenters. — Tenders wanted for Additions to a Cottage. For particulars, apply J. Smith, Ashbourne, Ferry road, 1642 WANTED, Tenders for Post, Ball, and Wire '■ Fencing Richmond Domain. W. Fiesher, ■ Cashel street. 1595 , Funerals. j Wf ANGFORD, Furnishing Under. • _I_J taker, established in New Zealand 1840. Funeral Reform, Fnrnishes Funerals throughout: -Ohi'dren, from £2103; adults, from £4. Please note the address — Corner North and East Belt ; or, office, No. 133, Colombo street, next J. Goodman's. Country ordere receive pr«mpt attention. 70 Labour. Cash advertisements under this head, not eioeeding fourteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE. WANTED, eitnation for strong, untrained Oirl ; no wages required firat quarter. Apply Matron, Depot. 1565 " AFTED, Labour for making Drafting Yards to hold al>out 1200 pigs. Apply, on Thursday, H. Tisch, Belfast. 1584 WANTED, by a thorough good Cook and Needlewoman, a situation as Housekeeper. Address W.H., "Star" oflioa. 1568 WANTED, for the Brush Factory. flrsiMslasg DrawiusrHand. Percy JNind- Word, 260 Colombo street. Market pla^e. 1611 W'ANTKD, a thorousrh, experienced Chief rook male or female, for a first-class Ho< el ; also, a good Kitchenman. Enclose oopies of references to Box 161, Poet-office. 15t'i W ANTED, Eugsgomenta for Ploughmen. Station Hands (all kinds). Youth. 40. (town or country). Female Domestics, dm. Mrs G&sirin, 76, Manchester street south. Servants sent only when references approved. llli WAITING Engagement— Married Couples, Ploughmen, and General Farm Hands, Grooms, Gardeners, Ac, General Servants for private families, and Hotel Servants, all clasaes, : Orders by post or telegraph faithfully attended to, H. Steed (lite Horneman's), 203, Armagh street, Christchurch. 296 Board and Residence. Coafe ad vertwementa under this head, not exceeding ourteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE ' BOARD and Residence.— Excellent Acoom. j modation at No. 48. Colombo street, late i residence of several Christchorch physicians. 829 , IJ3EBT Aooommodation in town for raepeotable ; W_a men; single rooms. Families travelling will , and home «omforta at Mrs Viper's, Oxford House. 87, Madras street south. 9356 /COMFORTABLE Home for Two Gentlemen V_7 engagedin business during the day ; no other boarders, no children ; piano ; terms moderate ; five minutes' from P.O. Delta, Post Office. 1426 WANTED, in Private Family, a Young Man Boarder. Terms, ltte per week. H.H., "Btar" office. 1535 WANTED, in private family, one or two Gentlemen Boarders or married couple. Apply N.Z.. " atar " office. 1602 For Sale and To Let. CsnV. advertisements under this head, not exceeding fourteen words, will be charged SIXPENCE. FOR SALE— A Boot Business in c. leading street, near centre, doing a good sole, order, and repairing trade. Capital required about £200. Apply by letter, seller, " Star " offioe. 1630 FOB SALE or To Let, just off Kilmore street near Boatsheds, comfortable T Bouee of four rooms and scullery ; very easy terms to sell, or £ I per month rent. H. L, Bowker, Market P1ace.1636 PIANO for sale (by Bosener) ; nearly new. Apply St Albans Public Library. Price, £30. 1567 TO LET, good4-roomed House, larg» Bcultery. Madras street, North belt, No. 95. 1638 TO LET,— Shop and Dwelling, corner Kiog.-ley and Barbadoes streets, Sydenham. Mrs Donnan, Kingsley street. 1588 TO LET,— Six-roomed House, pleasantly situated, at Papnnui. Bent low. H. Matson and Co., Land and Estate Agents. 1433 Auotiona. THUBSDAY, 23rd SEPT., At 12 o'clock. On the Premises known as Mr T. Moore's Store and Eesidenoe, OPAWA. HANDSOME AND* SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE. WALNUT PIANO, by KELLY, of LONDON. AVEBY'S WEIGHING M/VOHISB, COUNTER SCALES, BR«iSS WEIGHTS, &c. SPLENfsiD FBEKHOLD PROPERTY, STOKE AND RESIDENCE. ARTHUR BEAUCHAMP has received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION,', AS ABOVJS, THURSDAY, 23nn SEPT., 1 At 12 o'clock. I SITTING-ROOM FURNITURE, viz.— Massive Carved Mahogany Suite in Leather (all the pieces on castors) Brussels Carpet, Wool Hearth Rug Fender, Firo-irons, Oval Walnut Tab'e, inlaid Walnut Card Table, Curtain Pole and Rings Chimney Ornaments 2 Beautiful Canaries in fall song, &c, Ao. DINING-ROOM. Dining Table on castors. Oak Cane Seated Chairs Coaoh, Chiffonier, Singer's Sewing Machine Haseocks, Lace Curtains, 8-day Clock, by Dent Ele.-.tro-plated Ware, Dinner Service. China breakfast Service, Cutlery, Glassware, <fee. Library Desk, with Pi«eon Holes, Books, &o. BEDROOMS. Magnificent Tubular Brass-mounted Bedstead Spring and Hair Mattresses, Chest Drawera Washatauds and Ware, Oval Mahogany Toilet Glass, Toilet Tables, Lace Curtainß, Clock, Wool Mats, Towel Bails, &o Kitchen Utensils, Laundry Requisites, Choice Ponltry in full profit, Saddle, Headstall & Sundries And at 2 o'clock, THE SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY (title Land Transfer Act), Store and Residence, ffiithfally built and handsomely finished, water and gas laid on, Tcomprising — Double-fronted _ Shop, wherein a good safe business baa been carried on. The residence o£ nine rooms, with separate en trance, is all that could be desired, washkouse, coal shed, stable, coach house, fowl runs. The Ground comprises nearly a third of an acre, judiciously laid out iv garden and orchard. Terms— For furniture, &c, Cash j for the freehold, exceptionally easy terms will be granted. ¥*or car3a to view apply to the Auctioneer ' 6316 SATURDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER, 1886. AT THE CITY SALEROOMS. A Rare Chance to Obtain a Pretty Home, AT 225, ST ASAPH STBEET WEST, Near the Centre of the City, with Rural Characteristics. MB A. AVERS has been favoured with peremptory instructions by Mrs Elizabeth Eeynolds, who is leaving the neighbourhood to reside iv the suburb?, TO SELL, Without reserve, HER CHARMING HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS, With Pantry and Scullery most compact. The house is almost new, very well built and finished, brick oide w ills, pirapet wall in concrete, iron roof, concrete foundations, delightful situation, frontitiK main street, nnd on the sunny side, a capital washbcnsß, boiler eet In brick. The brick walls r,t thehonsearo inatoh-lined amd papered, lining stands inch and half from ptud, consequently perfectly dry. Gas is laid on throughout, the house and there are handsome chandeliers in the rooms and hall. The house ia prettily situated, standing on $-Aore Valuable Freehold Land, a nice garden, tastefully laid out, full of fruit, trees and flowers. Seldom his such, a grand opportunity been presented for residential or investment purposes, ■jhis el&ss of property ia bo often asked for, yet seldom met with. Cords to view on application to A. AYEBS, 1626 Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 25ih SEPTEMBER, 1886. MR A. AYEBS has been favoured by Mrs 8. Maguire with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION (Tn consequence ot ber delicate health), her EXCEEDINGLY ELIGIBLE PROPERTY On the Ferry Road, Just post St Peter's v hurch The Property consists of Janre of freehold garden land, on which is erected a very substantial and particularly well-built House of five rooms, and a double-fronted Shop well finished in every detail. Very heavy timber wag used in tke construction of the building, nnd tlw most minute derails carefully carried out under the personal direction of j the owner, it being especially for his own use, no expense being spired to ensure every comfort and convenience ; there is a double chimney and iroa roof; the land is well fenced ; there is a good artesian, a trap-house, and stable, and the garden is nicely laid out, and plentifully stocked with fruit trees and flower 3. As a grocery store it isuniquein its appointments, being exceedingly well fitted up. Here a lucrative business is being carried on, affording one of those fortunate chances so seldom occurring for an active, energetic business man to make a rapid fortune in this capital neighbourhood so easy of access to town and the seaside, the tram passing the very door. It is absolutely impossible to speak too highly of this excellent property, desirable from every point of view. The owner will he pleased at all times to receive visitors, and show them over the property. Terms most libaral if desired. A. aVERS, 6-275 Auctioneer.
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