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BRIGHTON BARGAINS. /'(}-- PA UK ROAD .Subdivision —High, cAo'O'J lovol section, close to tram; secure f;uic:k)y. IrqA-i< iTl'T^fiT""sfii'KKT—High; i^el Section, 4 miuutes /rom tram; lacing cast. Sec<=MJU lion: fine week-end site. Don't miss this. X'tiCj. —ESPJjAN ADE Corner Section, within ij-iiiilc of tram. A nibble. X'QA —SPLENDID Block, one acre and a cAt/OXJ halt, near river and beach; fino garden soil. -JOHN STKEE't; 'cUw^to-Rich-mond. Terrace—High Quarter-acre, £?0 last left. £4O" -RAWSON Street, close to tram, Fine Section, full chain frontage. C. A. LEES & CO., 149, Cashel Street, and at Pier, New Brighton. X 154 THE PARA RUBBER STORES. 17], MANCHESTER STREET, Corner Cashel Street. THE Only Retail Rubber Firm in the Dominion. JUST wti ved736oo7rcWen~H^ Jin, 4=d ° to 6d ; am, 7d foot. Order now. . Wonder Sprinklers, Is 3d; Nozzles, „ iB 6 J; Brasa Nickel Stand Sprinklers, all prices; Unions from Gd. Covers New stocks, *i!l makes, irom 5s Od each. No perished stock or manufacturers' clearings. Boots 32s (id, Fishing- Stockings 35a, Enemas 2s 9d, Model Aeroplane Cord 2d per foot. QILVERTOWN Tennis Bails'Ls~6d. Bathing Caps Is Gd, Rubber Drinking Clips (for picnics, etc.) is each. WEl'® " Canadian " :fejuiir~Shocs 7s 6d J* • cac ». •iobacr.o Pouches Is Bd. Para Rubber Stores, Manchester Street. 9935 THE SCHARWENKA PIANO METHOD. QUICKEST and Surest Method of 01> taming Mastery of the Keyboard. The VIJI te , ac . er this unique system in New jf '"!. 1 ' Mv J; 01 ' 13 Austin, pianist with Wests Pictures Orchestra,. Private address: 0R79 V !" a ? fe . lre °t. •St Aryans. Telephone 2673, for m.erview by appointment. Circular sent- on application. References permitted to present pupils. FRHoTcnfftj?; LOCATED AGAIN AT 88, OXFORD TERRACE. All Descriptions of GENERAL PRINTING- AND BOOKBINDING Promptly Executed, at Moderate Charges. o] 99 pre!) hare; ,183, CASHEL STREET. GROCERI', .Fruit and Vegetable Business for Sale, cheap; City. Rent 20s. Takings £25. BAKERY and Grocery Business for Sale, 3000 loaves per month. Grocery, ;£BO, cheap. _ Fred. Hare, 183, Cashel Street. HOTEL, Country, takings £SO, lease 4 years. Rent £l2O. Take £9e>o. Fred. Hare, 183, Cashel Street. FRUIT and Vegetable Business, 5 living rooms. Rent 2os. Central, cheap. Fred. Hare, 183, Cashel Street. DEPOSIT, 6 rooms, every oonveni•<J ence; balance 5 per cent. Morivale. Fred, llare, 183, Cashel Street. 23 , GARI3EN "PLANTS. GARDEN PLANTS. AUCTION HAL |E . rpilE undermentioned Plants will be sold -*• at our Rooms on FRIDAY NEXT, 6th inst., at 9 a.m.:—lvv-leaf Geranium and others, Stocks (ten weeks), Asters, Salvia (bonfire), Salpiglossis, Tomatoes (Clarke'sFavourite), Cucumber Plants, and various others. CHRISTCHURCH AUCTIONEERING COY., 188, Cashel Street. Known—The one Absolute Remedy for Nervous and Functional Ailments is Therapeutic Suggestion, ANTED Known—Acne or Pimples on the • ' '• face positively cured by m<) treatment. WANTED Known—l specialise with or without medicine, and thus succeed where others fail. WANTED Known To every sufferer I have solid reputation in treating 1 Chronic Diseases. WANTED Known—l treat all "diseases by Allopathy, Hydropathy, Homoeopathy and Therapeutic Suggestion. CHAMBERLAIN, Specialist, 14, Hobba's ■ Buildings Hours—2.3o to 5.30; Salurf evening, 7.1)0 to 9. 13 ANTED, Smart Cycle Mechanics. Ball, Gloucester Street. - 10 s ww ANTED Smart Cycle Mechanics. Ball, Gloucester Street. 10 ANTED to Sell, B.sTa. 32, Ollivier'B Road, Linwood. 21 ANTED, an Improver for Dressmaking. Miss O'Connor, 121, Salisbury Street. "W Respectable Girl for plain ' t power sewing. Gees, Limited, Curtain Corner. 21 WANTED at once, Smart Girl Dressmaking. M. Clark, Costumier, Colombo Street. 21 RANTED Sell, Gent's Bicycle, free »» wheel, two brakes, £3; bargain. 86 St Albans Street. WANTED, bewing ;n own home, blouses, skirts, children's frocks. 31, Disraeli Street, Addington. 21 WANTED, Buyer for Nearly New B.S.A. Lady's 'Bike, beautiful machine. Ball; Gloucester Street. 10 WANTED to Let, Bed and Sitting-room, moderate, for company; centra!; good locality. Traveller. 17 WANTED to" Buy. Second-hand Windmill .» and Pump. Address Warrington and Meares, Fendalton. 17 \/\7"ANT'£D, Buyer for Nearly New B.S.A. > » Lady's Bike, beautiful machine. Ball, Gloucester Street. 10 WANTED to Sell, Nearly Quarter-acre, Fendalton Road, £2OO. Tram passes. Owner, " Star " Office. 14 WANTED to Let, Large Furnished Front Bed-sitting-room, with Fireplace. 256, Montreal Street, City. 17 "I/IT"ANTED to Rent., G-roorned' Bungalow, • ' good locality, near tram, no children. business, " Star " Office. 14 "OrANTED to Purchase, d to 7cwt Roller 'I (water ballast). R. G. Webb, care of Henry Berry and Co., Lichfield Street. \\fANTED, Two Well-educated Boys, age ' I 1(1, as Apprentices, to the Drapery Business. Apply Bea,th_ and Co., Ltd. 15 WANTED, bv Respectable Middle-aged Man, position Groom or Gard-ener, milk: highest references. Select Registry, Chancery Lane. WANTED to Windmill and Fittings; cost £2O; no reasonable offer refused. Apply 114, Chester Street City. 15 'Vi J" AN TED to Exchange a li-8 b.p. Single ' > Cylinder Motor-car Engine, with magneto ignition, for a Motor-cycle. Apply, with particulars, to Motor. 21 \,\/"ANTED to Rent, House of not lesH ' ' than six rooms, with conveniences, rent not exceeding JBs per week, within city. Apply A.M., this office. BRIGHTON, Two Quarter-acres, i'ls eacli. Terms, below Bligh's; cheapest offering. Alex, " Star " Office. 14 Sale, Horse, Spring-dray and Harncss, quiet and sound; any trial. Also Set of Leading Harness, cheap. Barrett Bros., Ferry Road, Linwood. npO Let, Shop, 7a Ed, main street., suit Boot Repairer. Davie:, 161, Cashel Street. j 14__ r PiO Let, Largo Combined Workshop and J- Shop, main street; rent 12s fid. Davies, 101, _ Cashel Street. 14 -Prt A DOWN wiH Buy "~New~ broomed Bungalow. SI Albans, near tram; litilanca as rent. Mac, " Star ' Offico. 1-1 ONLY once in a lifetime, and not always that. Centenary Celebration. Don't miss it. 2195 GIRLS, there'll he Oddfellow'?, Evenfellows, Longfellows. Shortfellows, all Good Fellows, at the Picnic Labour Day. 2795 PROF. KOOXIN'S Picture - Lecture, Tomorrow Evening, Sunday. Oct. 2nd, His Majesty's Theatre. Collection. 2198 JADIES' Haircombings Made into Puffs, Jt (Juris. Switches. Moderate charges, Woodward, Hairdresser, opp. Broadway's. 20 ODDFELLOWS' " Picnic.'"" free toys for Kiddies, hot water and milk supplied. Races for everybody. 2195 ODDFELLOWS' Centenary Celebration. Church. Parade. -Cathedral, Oct. Ofli ; Monster Picnic. Riccarton Racecourse, I.abour Day. ' '-195 ROF.KOONIN'S Picture-Lecture, Tomorrow Evening. Sunday. Oct. 2nd, His Majesty's Theatre. Collection. 2198 QWEETHEARTS and Wives, the event of O your lives. Oddfellows' Picnic, Riccarton Racecourse. Labour J-)ny. 2795 rpHR seven ages of man, also woman, ' catered for at Oddfellows' Picnic. R_iccarton Racecourse. 319'' _ ROF. KOONIN'S Picture - Lecture, Tomorrow Evening. Sunday. Oct. 2nd. Majesty's Theatre. C'olleotiop. 2198 F

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Star, Issue 9967, 1 October 1910

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 Star, Issue 9967, 1 October 1910

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