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Ladiea been used to Siigw • . icoi right at home with Maine's £8 !Few Dropheads, 2s 6d week, 10 yearn' guarantee, Singer needles fit, threaded same Singer's bobbin winder, tension, attachments, ahuttle, all same principle as Singer'*. WANTED^Kew - Standard Dropheads, 10 years' truaranteo; stores recommendations, 40 years used; £&,. 2s 6d week. No grabbing machine half paid- Maine b system can't lose machine. 'ANTED—Maine don't grab machine halfpaid, for husband out work, sioknesa, strike or war, no grabbing- machine. You can't loose. Open 9 evenings. WANTED— Mnine has sddrc»sea £ls machines grabbed, upwards £7 paid; £ls Machino going rusty few weeks; £'!s machine continually gotting jammed. -Open 9, evenings- __ WANTED, Maine takes old machine, gocarts, guns, jrramophoneis, bicycles, motors as part payment. OINGER Dropheads. £4 to £&, five years' O gunrcntco. Any machine thoroughly overhauled, ss. No agents annoy you buy JRIS latest. Maine, Sydenham. 18

BE BRITONS. CN yon want Work Done eroplo » T own countrymen. The'woikia better and more durable. N. WOLFE, ENGEAVEE. 140, OXFORD TERRACE. Established 52 years. X ice Workers! What you eat at mid-day is very important. Perhaps a heavy meal does not suit you, and you eat pastry, with consequent ill effects upon your digestion. This is a great problem with office workers and others who follow an indoor occupation. HOW DOES THIS A bowl of Hot Soup with Toast and Crackers, Sandwiches, and a cup of delicious Hot Chocolate or Coffee ... 9«J A bowl of Hot Soup or Hot Malted Milk, Toast, Sandwiches, and Biscuits . . @d Carefully selected and scientifically prepared every article ot food is daintily served, and forms the most delicious light meal you could possibly have. SODA FOUNTAIN, 216-218 HIGH STREET.

H. R GARDINER, OPEKA HOUSE MOTOR .GARAGE. OTOR Expert of 21* years' experience. - All Motor-cars Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled. Cjclo Stand. OUR Charges are most reasonable, and crttisfftrtiinn asnured. IF You want honest value in Motor-car Repairs, see us or ring tip 'phone 2159. WE Fit any make of Tyres to Motors. at Lowest Rates. No exorbitant charges here. 185, Tuaru Street. X * TJTOGRAPH Albums and Birthday ' Books. A- great selection at Idti's Book Store, Colombo Street. " ADIES' Bags and Purees, Musio find J Writing Cases initialled Free at Isitt's. I/.TRITING Blocks and Envelopes; boat vV value in the Dominion, at Isitt's Book Store. . ICHOOL Books, Blorks, Slates. Bagi and *J all School Stationery at Isitt's Book Store. ■(ICTURE Books, Annuals. Prizes, Pceta ■*■ and thousands of Dainty Boobs at Isitt's Book StoTe. JICKENS, Thackeray, Scott and all the Standard Classics, from 9d upwards, at ISITT'S BOOK STORE. ROBINSON, Cashel Street, Opposite Dixon's Meat Co. •EST Place in Town for Christehurch i Novelty View Postcards. Call and inspect at Cashel Street, opp. Dixon's. '. 7" ANTED Sell, Nearly New 4-roomed . / House, all conveniences, close to Workshops, Adding-ton; £375. Geary and Yates, 194, Cashel Street. X }JATHS Asphalted at a day s notice. Repairing a specialty. Wilson Bros., Asphalters, Buckley's Road, Linwood. X 260 *>ING up 0. E. Otley, Timber Merchant, \> 'Phone 48, for Timber and Joinery Work. YOUNG, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. pOR Best Value in Watches, Clocks, • Bangles, Brooches, Rings, Charms, Spec,c!ca. etc. I»i OTED Experts in Watch and Clock Rexi pairs. Reasonable Charges for Good Workmanship. JEWELLERY of all kinds Manufactured and Repaired. Workmanship and Material guaranteed. SPECTACLES to "suit'all Sights. '~ Sigiht ) .tested by Qualified Optician when necessary. . ; ; NOTE Addre3s—A. E. Youne, 248, Oxford Terrace, opposite Manchester Street Bridge. X_ HARRY LAUDER Records, largest selection in Christehurch; 3b 6d double sided. Robert Francis. _Ltd. XI WANTED. Vftts, Casks and Kegs made to order. Sargent's Cooperage, Tuam end Durham Streets. £ MINSTREL I RAMOPHONI E E 0 0 R D 8. 2* 6d Each. * 10in -Donble-sidod.- List of Titles GraMt From all Gramophone and Phonograph Dealeia _?__ ANTED, Ladies to know that T. WhiV more re-covers your Furniture, good <*.s new. everything guaranteed. *J THE Latest Pompadour Batistes, m charming styles, are recommended for Dainty Dresses and Blouses; 40 inches wide; la 2jtd yard. At Ballantyne's 3X_ BEES Lopped, Felled; Cut-up Wood Purchased. Wilson Bros., Contractors, Buckley's Road, Linwood. 2 WANTED Known—Certain Cure for Itching Piles. E. W. Hall, Herbalist, Armagh Street. X 3 ABLE Damasks from Is lid yard. Table PIANO bv Kirkman. Splendid Tone and appearance. 11« 6d monthly. 175, Manchester Street. ** ANTED Let, 4 rooms, City, 7s 6d; Lock»t up Shop, Linoon Road, lis. Geary and Yates, 194, Cashel Street. X J sis months 10s; Tubes from 4s 6d, at Britannio Cycle W0rk5,,407, Colombo Street, Sydenham. * _ TIRE-NETTING, Nails, Corrugated Iron. • / Riding, Cement, and ail kinds A Builders Ironmongery. C. E. Otley, 881, Madras Street N. __X67B4

WANTED Sell, Leasehold City Store, A living room*, low rent; takings £4OOO yearly. Geayy and Yates. X WANTED to Sell, Piano, £l6 (OolJard ami Coliurd), in perfect order, splendid instrument, rich clear tono, handeome walnut c*se; genuine bargain, necessary. 269, Hereford Street. X BELGIAN GLASSWARE. Dishes, from 6d each. Tumblers, plain 4s 6d dog. Engraved, ss. doz. Cut, 6s doz. A J. WHITE. PIMBESf—I can anpply you with Boards, Scantling.- to your order, delivered in Cliristchurch from thn sawmill at Burwood. S. •('. Thompson, 16.'!. Hereford fttrucl, iimsi Natioaß? Bunk. 'Phwit «& X

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Star, Issue 11192, 25 September 1914

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