GRAND XMAS FAIR! AN IMMENSE SUCCESS. SATISFACTION IN ALL DEPAETMENTS. BARGAINS FOB CHBISTMAS AND NEW YEAB. EVERYTHING REDUCED O PECIAL PUBCHASE. 10 CASES of MANUFACTUEEBS' SAMPLES Will be cleared at London Cost. There is an Enormous Variety, including Men's and Boys' Suits ' Hard and Soft Hats and Caps Ties, Shirts, Umbrellas, Socks ; > Also— Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves, Sunshades, Aprons Wool Wraps, Chenille and other Curtains Fancy Table Coverß, Bugs, Towels.Carpets, Mate Corsets and Underware of Evory Description a*t astounding prices. JOB LINE-2 CASES OF TEA COSIES At Half-price, from ls to 5s 6d. 1 .* ' • •■ KENNETH, MATHESON AND CO., DBAPEBS AND CLOTHIEES, «THE HALL,'^ 226, 228, 230, HIGH STEEET, CHBISTCHUBCH. Late . Advertisements. TO-NIGHT. . TO-NIGHT. OPE B A XX OUS E . The only cool Theatre in Town. LONDON BELLRINGERS, With whom are incorporated the Immortal FAUST FAMILY, MB MABTYN HAGAN AXO MISS LUCY FBASEE Prices of admission— 3s, 2s and ls. Box plan at Miiner and Thompson's. Day sales at Walker's and Eslick's. 7560 . I^DDFELLOWS* HALL. TO-MORROW NIGHT. MISS ANNAJBEANDON'S LECTURE ON CREATION. The Great Trance Sleeper and Somnambulist. How the world was made and all creatures brought forth. Learned under the power of inspiration. Prize of £3 to build the head of Britannia in creature form in order. Prices of Admission— ls 6d, ls, and 6d. Please Note— No Tickets. 9947 ANNA BBANDON, Business Manager. W. TOHKBJ ' I W. H. NOETON AUCTION SALE. . BEALLY GOOD FUBNITUBE, PIANO, OEGAN, VALUABLE BOOKS, Ac. MESSES TONKS, NOETON & CO. have been favoured with instructions from the owner to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the residence, No. 141, Worcester Street, Linwood, TO-MOBBOW (THUBSDAY) Commencing at 12 o'clock, « The whole of 'the FUBNITUBE AND EFFECTS contained in seven rooms. The lots include very fine Piano by Brinsmead, American Organ, 2 Bookcases, 500 Books, and a quantity of superior Household Furniture. ' > Detailed list in morning papers. TONKS, NOBTON& CO., < /Auctioneers, &c„ Ac., 7573 / 165, Colombo Street. TO THE ELECTORS OF CHBISTCHUECH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— At the request of some of your number, I am a Candidate for your Suffrages at the forthcoming Election, For thepresent I will content myself with saying that I wish my Candidature to be regarded as a Protest, and aB a means whereby you may be enabled to record your protest, against the manner in which this Country bas of late been Governed. I shall take an early opportunity of informing you of my views on the political questions of the day. A Your obedient servant, CHARLES LEWIS. CHBISTCHUECH ELECTION. TT ADIES AND GENTLEMEN.-I am a CANDIDATE FOB YOUB'SUFFBAGES.and I SHALL GO TO THE POLL in the LIBEBAL HJTEBESr, against all nominees, of whatsoever colour they may bs. 7572 R. M. TAYLOR. YSPEPSIA, ALL STOMACH TBOUBLES, LIVEB COMPLAINTS, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TBOUBLES, GBAVEL, &c, BLOOD BIPUBITIES, , SKIN DISEASES, &c. LOASBY'S " WAHOO," 2s 6d, All Chemists and Storekeepers. lINTEdTii Strong Boy,.over sixteen. Crown Ironworks, Armagh Street. 7565 WANTED to Sell, Fancy Dress Suit; cost £14; will sell cheap. 95, Salisbury Street. 7570 ANTED to Sell, Pony Mare; quiet, nny trial given ; prico £5. S. G. Unwin. 139, Victoria Street. 9968 ANTED— Harvest Ha-ids and Youths, al-o Female Servants, will find M'Donald's Manchester Street, best office. 7549 WANTED, a strong, active B--y, to wash bottles. Apply A. Hill, Wordsworth Street, Sydenham. ' • 7568 WANTED, a good Bmaxt Youth, about 16 ot •17 s also a girl for kitchen. Apply, after 2 o'clock, to B. G. Warnes, Cashel street. 7571 T OST, Black Sheep Dog, white on breast; reX_J wavd. Mrs Nixon, Coffee Palace, Market Square. 7566 OST, High Street, Monday, small Diary from China Inland Missionary. Finder rewarded on leaving at J. T. Smith's, Caahel Street. 7569 " "■ £5 BEWABD^ ABOVE Beward will be paid for information leading to conviction of person or persons who stole corrugated iron from my yards, between Saturday aud Monday last. E. W. ENGLAND, Merchant, Tuam Street. 7587
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Star, Issue 5457, 8 January 1896
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