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'■■■■' - 1 FOR THE HOLIDAYS. 1 ■: 4 SPECIAL LINES AT BABGAIN PRICES. | . ■■'/•.■■ " ■ I ■ ;.:■•! gQQ SUN BONNETS and SUN HATS, worth 3s 6d to 8a 6d. Vj= BAEGAIN PBICES 2s 6d 2s lid, 3s lid. Vi| ,n NEW BLOUSE MUSLINS, Floral Designs, Cream, White, Pinks, &c, 7Jd Per YAED. . || NEW BLOUSE SILKS, Shot, Plain and Fancy Effects, from 1b o3s6dPerYAED M J^Q DOZEN LADIES' WHITE APBONS, worth 1b 6d, :j| BABGAIN IB •'■ ; >l| KfJ MEN'S TWEED SAC SUITS, Bargain Prices 18s 6d, 22s 6d, 255, 27s 6d '' :m 42 DOZEN MEN'S FANCY MEBINO SOCKS, Seamless Feet, Heels and ''vM • pa . ■ : : *H KENNETH MATHESON & r*}+ 1 LSPOT CASH DEAPERS, CLOTHIERS AND OUTFITTER, THE HALL, ' < ; M HIGH STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. • ||

Late Advertisements. I JOHN WHITELAW' Betnrning-offlcer for • the Electoral District of the City of Christchurch, do hereby give pnblic notice that the following is the number of votes received by each Candidate at the Poll taken on the 4th Insfc : — Charles Lewis 6570 George John Smith 5940 Thomas Edward Taylor 5445 William Whiteliouse Collins 5309 Henry George Ell 4705 Harry Joseph Beswick 3874 Michael Donnelly 3709 William Cullen 3365 James Alfred Henry Marciel 2982 ' Eichard Moleswortli Taylor 555 James U imothy Partridge 97 And I declare CHAELF.S LEWIS, GEOEGE JOHN SMITH andTHOMAB EDWABD TAYLOB to lie duly Elected as members of the House of Eepresentatives of the Colony of New Zealand for the Electoral District of the City of Christchurch. JOHN WHITELAW, Beturning-officer for the Electoral District of the City of Christchurch. Christchurch, December, sth, 189t>. Also, that, in accordance with the provisions of the Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895, public notice is hereby given of the result of the LOCAL OPTION POLL taken on the 4th Instant under tho provisions of the said Act. NUMBER OF VOTES EECOEDED. That the number of Licenses Existing in the District Continue 8255 That the number of Licenses Existing in the District be reduced ... 5952 That No Licenses be granted in the District 5261 The Total number of Voters whose votes were recorded was 14,534, and as the number of votes recorded in favour of the proposal that the Existing Number of Licenses in the District Continue is an Absolute.Majority of the total number of voters ns aforesaid, I hereby declare such proposal to be carried. ' JOHN WHITELAW, 7295 Beturmng-officer. THE D..L C. WHOLESALE AND FAMILY WAEEHOUSE. THE ANGLO-NEW ZEALAND CYCLE CO.'S AGENCIES, Viz., the Celebrated and Favourite "OSMOND" AND " TOWNEND " BICYCLES FOB BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Everyone can Buy a Machine on our Terms. XTIOB NEBVOUSNESS, GBNEBAL DE3ILITY. Jj CONSTIPATION, SLUGGISH LIVES, PILES, INDIGESTION, Take LOASBY'S WAHOO, The Great Herbal Beinedy. Never Fails. Wholesale Agents — Kempthorne.Prosser and Co.'s N.Z. Drug Coy. WANTED, an Experienced Barmaid. Apply, Bnrke's Hotel. 3601 WANTED, Good Dressmaker for week or two. 32, Gloucester Street, Linwood, East Belt. 3600_ "ANTED, a Boy to Strike. Apoly to Allen", Coachbuilder, Lancaster Park, Ferry Boad. 3596 W "ANTED Known— Strawberries and Cream at 57, Victoria Dairy. Milk and Cream fresh twice daily. . 3597 m mTANTED, a good General Servant; referf V ences required. Apply to 63, Wilson's Boad. 3598 W "ANTED Known— That Mogul Tea is the best nerve invigorator in the market.Flsß3 ANTED, to Let, comfortably Furnished House, four rooms and scullery. Apply, "Times" office. 3587 W-ANTBDKnown — Every thingnew nnd prettj and Lace Collars and Sunshades at 213 Cashel Street, opposite "Press" Office. Shaw Bobinson and Co. . WOODS Fig Laxative is a highly beneficial Spring and Summer Medicine for Ladie and Children. Is 6d and 2s Gd. Wf O° Dl »' Ffe Laxative tones up the Liver and W Digestive Organs, is agreeable to take. Sold Grocers and Chemists ; Is 6d and 2s 6d. ANT ED, £400 or £600, or Partner, to develop highly profitable, non-competitive Business ; high interest assured ; very exceptional opening. Apply, first instance, Allan Hopkins; Cathedral Square. 3546 WANTED, Shearers, Cooks, Bakers, Billiardmarker, Dairy Youths, &c. Apply McDonald, Manchester Street. Wanted, also, Female Cooks, Housemaids, Generals and Young Girls. Apply to the Matron at McDonald's New Zealand Labour Exchange. Employers will find the above office the best to apply to for competent servants with references; only reliable servants admitted, and bona fide orders taken. Telephone 256. ASSEY-HABBIS Bicycle. Ladies' Wheel, handsome, light, durable, easy running. Eyre, Agent, Hereford Street. 3535 MADAME GIBBIS, Palmist, Phrenologist, 324, St Asaph Street west, opposite the Crown Brewery. 3566 SAUCES^Tomato large size 6d hot, Wcuesfer shire 10-?e size 5Jd bet. W. E, Gooue 1 Victoria Street i 644 DOZEN MusIi Pinafo es, Is 3d, lsfld JLOvF Is 9d,allat Is; 60 doz Linen Cooking Aprons, full size, all at Is. Kenneth Matheßonand Co., The Hall. Xi^l/ECTBINE.— The latest triumph in Electrical JjJ Science. This wonderful compound will resilver Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Bicycles, and, in fact, all kinds of Brass and Copper Ware ; also, a marvellous Plate and Silver Cleaner. Sold by all Grocers, Ironmongers, Chemists, Fancy Kepositories, &c. Wholesale only. „.„«• 3532 SABGOOD, SON & EWEN^ TO Let, 2 Comfortable Furnished Booms, use kitchen, 6s ; twelve minutes' iviJk ttina Square. j599 . PRINTING Ol .11 Mndtln BLACK »nd COLOUBHD OJKH I,«<? in any variety of Btyle, Ornamental end E Urn, executed witt rapidfty><> 0 ™ c * » nd J Jouet ' 2allt '' »nd at reasonable prices, at tne GENERAL STEAM POWER P3INTING WORKS COSW»OT«I> WITH TH« Ly ttolton Times " Office, Gloucester Street. Obri toaaroh. »-.t phtNTlNG" Briefs, jtdenturea, Bohedulet Artie™ of^ A"Ooißtion7 Pwrtnerohip De*d 6 Noticei, &<>• PRINTING - Trads Cirontora ° Goods, Catalogue*, Account Heading «!mnrananni Forms, Returns and Statement Ste Cards and Labels, Handbill, and GW culare. Cheques, Billheads, 40. BOOK FEINTING in all styles, Beporte ie 4 P«m. pbletß, Sermons and Lectures, Essays, Poems. &c. PLACABDB, PO9TEBS, »nd HANDBILL 9, an) site and colour. BOORAMMEft-Books of Words, Card of Admi; eion for Balls, Concerts, Leotureß, and Pubho aai Private Entertainments. AUCTIONEERS' and SHIPPING AGBUTB 'ILLS— Printing for Eaflway*, Banks, TuDlic Companies, Factories, WirViouaoa, Bbippin g „*ibvJ, and every kind of w^J «t he trad* sup ; plied with eraedition in the heat manner Engraving & Lithography

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Star, Issue 5740, 7 December 1896

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