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OPAWA. GARLAND'S ROAD, Near the Car. 3-ACRE (about), with I chains front. age, orchard; Good Cottage of I Rooms, etc.

OPAWA. GARLAND'S ROAD, Near the Car. 3-ACRE (about), with I chains front. age, orchard; Good Cottage of I Rooms, etc.

To wind up 'steel WILL TAKE 1350. 105-4 CHARLES CLARK.
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
FARMERS' UNION. NORTH CANTERBURY EXEC(.- TIVE.

FARMERS' UNION. NORTH CANTERBURY EXEC(.- TIVE.

The North Canterbury Executive of the New Zealand Fcrmers' Union met yesterday; present Messrs C. H. Ensor (president), G. Gardner, G. Sheat, I. Andrew. W. Bailey, J. R. Cullen, G. W. Holland, F. G. Horrell, H. G. Livingstene .J. W. Patchett, I'. E. L. Roberts, g. Weld, A. J. Be
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
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24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIA.

Teegraph—Prers RUMOURED CURTAILMENT OF SERVICES. SYDNEY, July 23. The local office of •the Peninsular and Oriental Company received no information as to the reason for discontinuing tho Auckland serrioe.
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
BATTLE AT PETCHOVO. STUBBORN DEFENCE.

BATTLE AT PETCHOVO. STUBBORN DEFENCE.

A GREEK SUCCESS. A meeaage from Athens says that, despite a stubborn Bulgarian defence, the Greeks advanced all along the Petchovo-Orliakon line. The - battle lasted fifteen hours, the Bulgarians being reinforced. Both sides lost heavily. The Greek infantry, climbing like goats,
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
STOCK AT VALUATION.

STOCK AT VALUATION.

W. J. HOPKINS AND 00., H. B. RTCHARDS & SO SPR.F.YDON. NEAR DOMAIN. HINDY TO TRAY. £6OO. Wall-bailt Dna:ling of 6 Rcams, cupboard Bay Windows, illed Si ACRES. ACRES. Owner buying larger p:ao• Must H. S. RICHARDS AND SON.
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
ST ALBANS. EDGWARE ROAD. NEAR TR- AM. •I £9 - 60. mode,. Derallir.g of - a Roma, plasterei •ncl fittings.

ST ALBANS. EDGWARE ROAD. NEAR TR- AM. •I £9 - 60. mode,. Derallir.g of - a Roma, plasterei •ncl fittings.

tiled Frrites. vmdrobes, cup boards. mantcle. bath H. and C.. and bay w.ndowr, verandah, pantrr, to -hones, tuba. sheds, main aawer'drainse. ACR- E, planted in fruit tress and shrubs. All in splendid order. H. S RICHARDS AND SON.
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
Herbert John Elland. looltdou 8. 106 Montteel St. ANDFORD AND litilND. 1.4 UNDER! AIiERS AND 'PHONES ea° and 1403. Tows

Herbert John Elland. looltdou 8. 106 Montteel St. ANDFORD AND litilND. 1.4 UNDER! AIiERS AND 'PHONES ea° and 1403. Tows

Office. 104., St. 'Phone all P.O. Bel 628
24 July 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
STREET BOOKMAKERS.

STREET BOOKMAKERS.

DESCRIBED AS “THE BIGGEST LIARS ON EARTH." At the Tottenham Police-court to-day the magistrate dealt with case of a labourer named Thomas Boulton, of Hale Gardens, Tottenham, who was charged with loitering for the purpose of betting at Edm-rood, Tottenham. Upon the lost occasion
24 July 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
boys, youths wanted EBttXND Boy Bout, Wanted Mar.-»iejig. Ltd. 260 onoe.— J-J eutraaene, uto., aw d Bojrt anaert Wanted et

boys, youths wanted EBttXND Boy Bout, Wanted Mar.-»iejig. Ltd. 260 onoe.— J-J eutraaene, uto., aw d Bojrt anaert Wanted et

—Apply Pen-v and JCi Smw, Ltd., Prlat«n> Sutfcmera, end Ctoel-epreei "aTrdr rsbi Boy Wilßted, food ■Wilcox, Bhie BeJI-hill. TjmilMV W«nt«i Jll V 36 learn 21779s Evening about, 16. d nnart reepectible L»d WanceYS once.—H. D. Jaefcton, Beck-street, City. 2j6500 H iektof and JL nee
24 July 1913 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England