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•, JSfiOPEINS & CO* ■■ , "'■■■■■■■■- No. 1- ' A VALUABLE PROPERTY. •' FOR SALE ON COLOMBO ROAD, ■ BECKENHAM. ■-' HANDY TO THE CASHMERE HILLS. A,MAGNIFICENT SECTION. ABOUT' 2 CHAINS "FRONTAGE TO C 3. LOMBO STREET AND COMPRISING THREE-QUARTERS OF AN ACftE. !±%e Section is beautifully laid out Wife; a : very fine collection of shrubs and 'orna;' mental trees. Good orchard, flower mid vege-'-tabio gardens, lawns, eto. • ■' '*• The residence, contains 7 room* of good 1 ." pe,-plastered throughout, gas .and fittings.'!; hot and cold water, bathroom, pantry, seal-"*". lery, detached ■ washhouse cud every ofhe>- vmodera convenience. : '' : ""' This is a roniarkobly cheap property at 'fid price ■.-!■. £IOSO. - We can sell this fmo property on a small'* deposit. '"'<s<W. J. HOPKINS AND CO., - : v. Agents. - "/,'.'• No. 2 ' '':"'■ A CHEAP PROPERTY '"'Z UPPER RICCARTON, ":^_ t^l to le Eacecour'se and near the-.», " Electric Tram. ,£z . Good House of 5 rooms, in first-class ordovj"": with bathroom, washhousc, scuilery and'-;-'. pantry. Trapshed mid loose-box. • SECTION OF ONE ACRE/ 11,1CB £SOO. GOOD TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED;- * ' W.J. HOPKINS AND CO., • .-•*, Agent*."-"*; NEW BRIGHTON ROAD. 1 . „'. ' (JUST PAST WAINONI. , ; ,^' Uood House of 6 rooms with bathroom. pantry, scullery, washhouse, etc. This, housa:-,-has been built about 6 years.'' ...s-, , Th f o ] 's'a nice section of land, coi about Three-quarters of ah Acre. . ,^ THE PRICE ASKED FOR THE PIK*"--peek is £6so _ J But is for immediate sale, and the first bujwi-'; to make a reasonable offer will get the 'proparty. - -'• EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.' W. J. HOPKINS AND CO'., : .•.£? Agents'.'"''.", LINCOLN Ed, ADDINGTON ! " Close to the Show Grounds, and near.tfaVw £ew Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club'|ss Grounds. ° :^,t FIRST-CLASS BUILDING SECTION NEARLY QUARTER-ACRE. PRICE jf?IEA £l5O. EASY TERMS. V. J. HOPKINS AND CO.. Agents. PRATT StJmONCKS BAY ; REDCLIFFS. A SPLENDID SECTION. 100 Yards from the Tram. "Well fenced. - 6ft Paling' fence each side, and new picks'' fence in front. ■ PRICE REDUCED TO i?IJ_A TERMS IF REQUIRED. .''"'■. Li. V. J.' HOPKINS AND CO., Ageni*.^*" JERROLB St., ABDINGTONv THREE SPLENDID BUILDING SITES.. ' (One Minute from the 2d 'Tram Section.) ~ These are the Best Building Sites for Sailin the Addington District. They are nicelj planted with ornamental trees and shrubs. PRICES. FROM £IOO TERMS IF REQUIRED. ..':; Any person'desiring to a g-ood : building section near the train ami with "nice trees, well matured, should sec i-icu? sections before buying elsewhere. ■/.'.; W, J. HOPKINS CO., ■ For Fuller Information regarding pitEor of the above Properties call on or ■write io T W, J. HQPKINF & CO?LAND, ESTATE and FINANCE AGENTS."! Corner Manchester srd Hereford Slreeti", CHEISTCHTJRCZ. [^'t OUR STAFF STANDS ALONE "\'~:. FOR EFFICIENCY! EVERY Instructor on our College St'afi is a Specialist in his or her particul""* branch of teaching;. The knowledge " f «■'"" ject is one thing- ;,■• the gift to ii knowledg-o is another—our teachers h'as%, both.' ;,«'J!

Our. Tutorial Staff induces:— -;; x -i« EXAMINATION SIDE-Mr Geo. H. ScafW 8.A.; Mr D. B. MacLeod, M.A., B.ScJ;,; Mr W. H. Clement, B.Sc. (Electrical' Engineering); Miss F. C. Schneidejv 8.A.; Madame Beck, and other expe'r|J instructors. ' .„.-;»»:. COMMERCIAL SIDE—Mr L. L. Cordery,:. F.1.A.N.Z.. F.C.P.A.; Mr Francis '&':. Harvey, A.1.A.N.Z.; Mr R. T. Tosswjll;' A.1.A.N.Z., A.P.A.N.Z.; Mrs A. H. Gilbj; , Miss M. Russell (Double, Medallist in . ; Typewriting); Miss E. Bussall, sis'ants. . ;,>;■;" ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF—Mr Horace ' Gilby (Principal), Mrs C. H. Gilby, BAJ: , 1.P.5.. Honours (Vice-Principal),' Mr...05* H. . Gilby, F.P.A.N.Z., F.A.A. -En?. .(General .Sec.) • ■ : '^ GILBY'S COLLEGE, -fi ; Next Chief Post Office, Cathedral Square. .:.'' LEADER LAUNCH Anl| , EQUIPMENT CO. ' / 153, HEREFORD STREET. A PASTIME within the reach of ALL.; MOTOE LAUNCHES, with ENGINES, [\ from £3O. JITB.Y ROW? Our LOCKWOOD-ASH /V Outboard Motors cost only £22 15a, with Magneto, or £l9 10s with Battery Ignition. „ „/.'; - Patterns. "VALSPAR" Varnishes. Marino Glue. Wireless Sets. "GOLDEN GLOW" Searchlights, etc. [TATIONARY ENGINES, for all purposes. .-> AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC LIGHTING OUTFITS for COUNTRY RESIDENCES. REPAIRS and OVERHAULS to all kinds -A of MACHINERY. Expert supervision. Country breakdowns receive prompt altqfl' tion. -■ '"' TO STAMMERERS. : GL. JOHNSTON will conduct Claeßei , • for «v ' CURE OF STAMMERING -^ If sufficient inducement offers before 30th September. 737 G. FEDERAL HOTEL. THE NEW BUTTON DEQUIRES NO SEWING. SUTHERLAND, 154, MANCHESTER STREET. JEYES' FLUID. DISINFECTION— Use tho Disinfectant the Doctor 7*ULL-SIZF. 2nnclv Bedstead, Wire Matj2 tress and best Saniarang Kapoc Bedding, £4 15s. Packed and railed free. kinson's, 127, Manchester Street. X4_ "FECIAL Valuo in Toilet Ware. 6-piece Sets, full size pieces, white or cream, 10s 6d; decorated in dark blue, brown, pink or green, 12s_6d set. A. J. White, Ltd. X»'_ to' Purchase, for Client, Good Suburban Store, modern rooms, within twopenny section'. A. J. Tarrant, __lß6,' CnsheKStreet: ... ■ ■ ■ _?3a_ XXT ANTED Exchange; Four Nearly Ne> \Y -Houses,-ovor-i-acro, Papanui, let,,at £270 yearly;- equity £2500, for Small Sbj&Jp Farm." Geary and Yates, 194, Cashel Str**l. Struthers-'and Co-,'Ltd. Xlf), BUTTERS ~*STEY Organ, 7; Sots of Reeds, in spleni did order.;.. 10s monthly. Francis Mincheater Street/" ; " , , _ _*^_ Acres Freehold, 850 Leasehold, buildings, Clinton, for House Property Ge*ry and Yates, 194, Cashel Street. CAREY'S FOB VALUE*

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