t)O, Ul nUill'UUMill LVI liJS ail. La,te Mr??*:ceir:or!.:? IN BE VAUGHAN'S STOCK. mHE GREAT SALE WILL COMMENCE AT 11 O'CLOCK TO-MORROW, JUNE 2. THE GOODS ARE IN THE PINK OF CONDITION. SEE WEDNESDAY'S} PAPEBS. NO RESERVE. NO RESERVE. NO RESERVE. AYEKS, BEAUCHAMP & CO., (3495 Auctioneers. Oycle I&iding School. CYCLING ACADEMY— DRILLSHED, CASHEL STREET, CHRIST. CHURCH. Promoter ... F. W. PAINTER. Open S n.m. till G p.m. DAILY SESSIONS From 2 to 5 p.m. [.Tickets Is 6d each, or Twelve for 10s 6d. PRIVATE TUITION.— Ladies or Gentlemen requiring Private Lessons, with Special Attention to Deportment, can arrange hours to suit convenience. Terms 2s 6d per lesson er 21s per course. 4257 OF UNDOUBTED MERIT. MARVELLOUS CUKES OF INDIGESTION, &c, BY LOASBTS "WAHOO," HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED BY SYDNEY NEWSPAPERS, AJJD PRONOUNCED GENUINE AND PERMANENT. IiOASBY'S " WAHOO," 2s 6d, obtained every whcrs. Wholesale Agents, Kempthorne, Prosser and Co.'s New Zealand Drug Company. LOST, Grey Fur Tippet, near East Belt, Linwood. Reward (ss) at Tisch's Store, Stanmore Road. 64(il LOST, on Sunday, between South Belt and Oxford Terrace, a Gold Bar Brooch. Finder please return to this Office. 6456 WANTED, a Housemaid at once ; references. Apply 18, Park Terrace. 6458 WANTED, smart Girl, about 17, to assist in housework. 148, High Street. 64E9 WANTED, at once, a good Shingler. Apply 38, Peterborough Street east. 6466 ANTED, Second-hand Arm Machine, Singer's. Pneumatic Boot Factory. 645 "ANTED, Artists for Variety Company (ladies and Gentlemen). Address Variety, "Times" Office. 6460 WANTED, good Improver for the Coachpainting. Bryaut and Co., Cnrrioge Builders, Papanui Road. ' '_ 64U2 W ANTED to Let, Laundry, la; j;e yard, with small cottage to live in, no rent. For particulars apply by letter, stating experience, to Commercial, "Times" Office; references indispensable. 6463 ROOM to Let, furnished or unfurnished, Colombo Streeet north, first house over Belt. 6465 TRILBY QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. A PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Liehfield Street, on TUESDAY, June Bth. Double tickets 4s 6d, extra lady 2s. Music by Mr Wells's String Band. Spectators 6d. 6MB •\TfT- ILLI A3l FORS TE B, If Formerly proprietor of the Original "Coffee Palace." Old Post Office, Chrislchnrch, N.Z. WEST END RESTAURANT, Confectionery, Choice Lollie and Fruit Shop, 225, Caßhel Street west, opposite Ayers, Beauchamp and Co., Auctioneers. Best Food, Best Cooking, Best Attention, everything good, better, best, superlative. Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday closing at 11. On the Sabbath we enjoy the blessing of a wellearned Day of Rest. C 6457
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Star, Issue 5883, 1 June 1897
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