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Special Advertisements. JUARD.J MISS WADOINGTON, - Certificated Pianiste, T.C.L. 60, Chuuch-street, Masterton. IS prepared to receive a limited number of pupils for Piano and Theory. Terms on application. PIANOFORTE & HARMONY. MISS EVANS, L.A.B. of R.A.M. and R.C M., resumes teaching at Wenvoo Tea Rooms, on MONDAY, Ist FEBRUARY. MISS EVA W. HOOD, A.T.C.L., PIANISTE (Pupil of Herr Benno Scherek and the late Mr A. J. Barth), will resume teaching on TUESDAY, February 2nd. In conjunction with the above, MRS WILLIAM HOOD will also receive pupils for the Pianoforte. Twenty years' teaching experience. Address : .1.1, Worksop-road. FJTZHERBERT TERRACE SCHOOL, WELLINGTON. BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. i Principals : MISS BARER, M.A., and MISS RACHEL RICHMOND (Higher Certificate N.F.U.) THE New Term will begin on TUESDAY, 9th February. The Principals will be at home to parents on Saturday, Oth February, and Monday, the Bth. DAY'S""" BAY"' "HOUSE", CHARMING SEASIDE RESORT. Boating, Bathing, &, Sunshine. THE New and Handsomely-Equipped PRIVATE HOTEL at Day's Bay, with its delightful grounds and fascinating surroundings is now open to receive guests. DayVßay House, with its magnificent sea view and wooded background, is unique. It is, moreover, both sh ltered and sunny. Quick Ferry Service with Wellington several times daily. All information can be obtained from tho . MANAGER, DAY'S BAY HOUSE, DAY'S > BAY, WELLINGTON ' MADAME DE SOLA. C CONSULT Madame De Sola, Medical ' Clairvoyant. Advice on He lth, Busi- [ ness, Marriage Speculation. Intending clients should call early, as Madamc's stay [ only lasts a few days longer. Oxford Board- . ins-house, Queen-street, Masterton. MASTERTON TRUST LANDS TRUST VOTERS. CLAIMS for Enrolment on the Masterton Trust Lands Voters' List for the ensuing year must be lodged at the Office of the Trust on or before Jancaky .".Ist, 1909. A.JI:VTII_AWA_Y, Secretary^ | . i i I | LAMS'S TARARUA WIHES. ' i TARARUA CLARET.' i.V- two doz. pints i ! TARARf'A PORT WINE. 30"-do;-., quarts. j i Delivered to any part of the town or . | district. :j TARARUA WINKS ARE AN EOONO- ' MK'AL LUXURY. W.F.CA. Town Agents. i .! j i . ! SOKOWIA PRIVATE HOTEL, Near Railway Station, Masterton. THIS well-known Boarding House is now under entirely new management, and 3 will be conducted on the most up-to-date I lines. First-class Table. Letters snd Tele- - j grams promptly attended to. Vacancies for permanent boarders. W. ROODERKERK, Proprietor. gThtde, 1 UNDERTAKER AND CERTIFICATED EMBALM ER, Queen-street, Masterton. EVERYTHING carried out under the most approved sanitary methods, and personally supervised by Mr G. Hyde. Private , residence, 31 Cornwall-street, telephone 32 "feim¥small goods. • IT§"TE have secured the services of a - %'V small good man who is an artist in j this r-avlieulnr line. Customers can now I rely noon rettiiiL'the Choicest Small Goods I " * "fresh gaily. ' ¥, HOLLOWAY -k SON, Et.utci-Ber'S. ' Phone 12. >; DOMiNIQN CAPE. D T&/|"R 1L M. CLARK begs to announce J3.JL that, he has taken over the Dominion Cafe, opposit" Post Ollice, lately conducted by Mr 11. Johnston, and trusts, by strict attention to business, to merit a fair shaic of !2 public support. (."' Rooms open all day for meals. Supper ,9 till midnight. 7 ~"TET OI;R BREAD. ftTilV. Bread, that keeps the family healthy , JL is a treasure no one can afford to be iy - ?7 i\} VlU i ]t is made here. Once used it becomes a luxury that you won't dispense with. Give it a trial is all we ask. ' I I WT T tVi' ; "f ; f-!".R '■':;' QON BREAD & SMALL GOODS BAKERS, _ Qi-i-kn-ktkeet. __ ARCADIA TEA EOOMS. Citder Xeir Management. MISS FINNIS :b, "OEGS to announce that she has taker J3 over tho Arcadia Tea Rooms (Exchange Building:)), Queen-street. *•■ Rooms open daily from 9.30 a.m. till 5.3 C p.m. Saturday Night Suppers till 10 p.m. Hot and Cold Light Luncheons from 15 , till 2 p.m. After Theatre Suppers .by order.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LX, Issue 9281, 29 January 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LX, Issue 9281, 29 January 1909

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