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OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

r.....-..ti. --. JAM} EI R. SMITH. Mr James R. Smith, an old and respected resident of Lyttelten. passed at his residence, St flarid Street. Lyttelton. yesterday. The acceaned ram' to New Zealand, as an able seaman, in the ship Regina, arriving in Lyttelton in December ISM. His
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
TO TES aprros.

TO TES aprros.

TO Sir,,-For a person of "child-like Ales" habits to be credited in these Adays with the possession if "intelligence" is a matter I hardly know oihether to take as a compliment or a ;calamity. What "Bee" said in his !first letter was: "No man can nxerciee 'his nature( rights in a
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
The second was over fifty late in smiting at Christchurch last night, the delay being caused by an engine trouble.

The second was over fifty late in smiting at Christchurch last night, the delay being caused by an engine trouble.

The express left for Lyttelton at half-past eight to oonnect with the Wahine for Weasgton. It appears that New Zealand artists will not be able to make a big show at the Aockland Exhibition, says a Wellington journal. Almost everything in conneotion, with the art section .with t
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
OANADIAN NEWSPAPER OPINION.

OANADIAN NEWSPAPER OPINION.

(Ruceived July 22, p.m.) OTTAWA, July 21 , The " Free Press" states that Mr Churchill failed in his attempt to bounce Canada into giving three battleships. It thinks that his latest dream of Imperial taxation for an insular purpose in the North Sea will be realised.
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
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23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
_ East Ox-ford, July 19. THE SUMNER—MYSTERY. ZDTTOIt.

_ East Ox-ford, July 19. THE SUMNER—MYSTERY. ZDTTOIt.

_ East Ox - ford, July 19. THE SUMNER—MYSTERY. ZDTTOIt. W Sir,—ould you allow me sufficient space to enlighten your correspondent an this morning's 7 ' Times regarding a Sumner mystery. Bruiser was a clever and very faithful dog, owned by Mr E. Stevens, director of the Deaf Schoo
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
E. L. H. BROWN. Sumner. July 22.

E. L. H. BROWN. Sumner. July 22.

ANTI-MILITARIST HAIS'D-BILT,S. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—/ ant writing to draw your attention to the advertising methods adopted by the anti-militarist brotherhood. I wish to protest most emphatically against their attempt to draw public attention to the "martyrs" on Rips, Island by d
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
CURE.

CURE.

STOP IT (LOASBY'S). Hundreds will tell you this. Have you tried it% If not. do so the first time you feel a cough coming on. It is simply wonderful in its effect. It stops that tickling, irritating. troublesome cough almost at once. When it is deeper-seated and more serious. if
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
KNIGHT, CHECKLEY & NEALE

KNIGHT, CHECKLEY & NEALE

23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
• W. E. SIIdES AND CO., 8010 Arista THE BEST POSITION IN UPAWA.

• W. E. SIIdES AND CO., 8010 Arista THE BEST POSITION IN UPAWA.

• W. E. SIIdES AND CO., Arista THE BEST POSITION IN UPAWA. Ps. AND Co. have received • instructions from lir O'Donnell, who is leering Chrietchuroli, to Sell the whole of his Furniture and Effects. being contents of his 5-roomed House. The list includes:— AND WITHOUT A DOUBT THE
23 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand