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PASSENGER DESCRIBES TERRIBLE SCENES. HEROISM OF THE CAPTAIN. CREW BEHAVES BADLY.

PASSENGER DESCRIBES TERRIBLE SCENES. HEROISM OF THE CAPTAIN. CREW BEHAVES BADLY.

BOATS SMASHED AND 00CUPA1'T3 DROWNED. (Reoeiced October 13, 11.10 p.m.) LONDON, October 13. Trintepohl, a German, who was rescued by the Carmania. states that alarm of fire was raised at FIX •Ck on Thursday morning. The outbreak occurred in one of the holds. The fassengers were
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
OBITUARY. GEORGE SMITH

OBITUARY. GEORGE SMITH

The detrtit — 'is -- an - n — o - u - n - ced of Mr George Smith, one of the pioneers of Canterbury, at the age of eighty-seven. Mr Smith arrived from Melbourne with Messrs Holmes and Richardson. contractors of the 'Attelton tunnel, and worked with the Provincial, ard later on w
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
SWIMMING. LyrrEvrox LIMPS CLUB.

SWIMMING. LyrrEvrox LIMPS CLUB.

SWIMMING. LIMPS CLUB. The seventh annual meeting of the Lyttelton Ladies' Swimming Club held on Thursday evening. The report stated that the bad had a very succesolul year, them being a credit balance of £8 11. 6d. The report and balanee-eheet were adopted. The /chewing officers
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

ASSOCIATION GAME. At the Riduley Hall last night the Canterbury Ftball Association held a smoke concert, at which various trophiea won during the year were presented to the winners. Mr J. J. ley, • vice-president of the Association, was in the chair, and there were about sixty p
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
everybody leOuenza'

everybody leOuenza'

everybody Cures tioneckis of It • c, puma the se Am Mom, rest am ia • at eac•—• a work. Bar staadwd byeaperwoce at the outset stlll' is complications that Bonnington's Irinh I warmth will restore days. But go to bed • or so at the start • fortnight from glass's Iruh is the • -tes
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
STREET WIDENING.

STREET WIDENING.

When the By-laws Committee recommended that the poll for the £42,000 loan proposed for street widening should be held on October 30, Councillor Williams asked whether only the most urgent cases would be put in band or whether St Albans and Sydenham were to be " fleeced" for the
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
A MUCH LOWER FIGURE.

A MUCH LOWER FIGURE.

Bungalow is in a position, is faithfully built, aad contains all convent:en:4w.
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
WOOL. WOOL.

WOOL. WOOL.

WE are noes receiving into Store WOOL Inr FIRsT SALE of the • WOOLPACKS. TWINE AND ALL SHEARING REQUISITES Consigned to Vendors with Despatch FOR EXPERT REALISATION. HIGHEST PRICES, Consign MATSON'S, AI) DINGTON. R. MATSON AND CO.
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
CRADDOCK. ICCROFITIE COMI ANY

CRADDOCK. ICCROFITIE COMI ANY

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. BEST STREET (adjacent to I'apanui Road) IN NORTH-WEST ST ALBANS. NEARLY NEW EIGHT-ROOMED ART BUNGALOW. TILED ROOF. ALL OFFICES AND EVERY MODERN CONVENIENCE, BEAUTIFULLY EQUIPPED IN EVERY DETAIL, NICE GARDEN, ALL WELL LAID OUT. £950 0 OR OWNER WOULD CONSIDER
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
DON'T WEAR A TRUSS. MIMARE surrH, Sole Controller in N* Zeeland of the BROOKS RUPTURE COMPANY, is in Chrtstchurch until

DON'T WEAR A TRUSS. MIMARE surrH, Sole Controller in N* Zeeland of the BROOKS RUPTURE COMPANY, is in Chrtstchurch until

17th inst., and MAY BE CONSULTED st his Rooms. No. 3, CANTERBURY FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO.'S BUILDINGS. LICHFIELD STREET. HOURS: From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
14 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand