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LERS.

LERS.

A match was played at Hagley Park yesterday between the Christchurch Veterans and the Licensed Victualler, the latter team winning by a substantial total on the first innings. The Veterans, batting first, made 162 (Lawrence 54, Judson 97, Murphy not out 25, Baacand 16). Boulton,
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
ARE YOU INVENTIVE?

ARE YOU INVENTIVE?

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24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
A NEW COLLIER. ARRIVAL OF THE NGAIII:TA A SIXTY DAYS' TRIP.

A NEW COLLIER. ARRIVAL OF THE NGAIII:TA A SIXTY DAYS' TRIP.

Shortly aft•r 9 a.m. yesterday the Btu Dad Couipan3,'s new collier Nmikuta, which anchored in the /green. the previous evening, came into the inner harbour at L3ttelton and took up a temporary berth alongside No. 9 aka& During the day a fairly large number of pbople inspected th
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
A CREMATION CEREMONY.

A CREMATION CEREMONY.

After the religious service Arthur Chamberlain's was cremated. The ashes were scattered on the burface of the ground, instead of ieing buried.
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
CCYITAGkI4 FOR LABOURERS.

CCYITAGkI4 FOR LABOURERS.

FOR LABOURERS. RESOURCES OF STATE AMPLE. There was a deficiency of 120,000 cottagee. The Government was going to use the inwiranee reeerve funds, giving lig-Tien:tural labourers the first cut, otf that joint. Commissionera wovkl fix the price, thus getting the land at a fair pric
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
HOME RULE.

HOME RULE.

PROSPECIR AGREEMENTS. By Telegraph—Pima Associstios--Copyrig LONDON, October 22. The Right Hon C. E. Hobbouae, speaking at Bristol, esid tbat he was sanguine of a rapprochenient in regard to Home Rule. If the oportunitiee for peace were neglected the reetilt ioold bo disastrous.
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
AGENTS NOT WANTED IN GERMANY.

AGENTS NOT WANTED IN GERMANY.

A STRONG HINT TO THE COMMONWEALTH. Ti'—Sydnsy "Sea" Special Cables. LONDON, October 22. Booklets concerning Australian immigration, printed in various languages, have been distributed on the Continent. The German Government haa given the Commonwealth authorities a strong hint th
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
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24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
THE SUFFRAGETTES.

THE SUFFRAGETTES.

A HUNGER STRIKER. By Telerraph—Prers_ A t•viatign.7Corright. - - LONDON. October 22. Sylvia Pankhurst has been released ft er niger-striking. FLOODS IN THE NORTH. TRAINS tsLOCKED. BIG SLIPS ON THE MAIN TRUNK. RIVERS RISING RAPIDLY. MARTON, October 23. About eleven last night rai
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
PUBLIC POTICES. TEE NOVELTY STORE. WAIITIID.

PUBLIC POTICES. TEE NOVELTY STORE. WAIITIID.

TORN HALLS CASH PRICIZS:— tur Juno Tobacco, ad stink Old Judge Tobasoo, Is packet New Coos Pineappies, 4d tin Packet Dates. 40, or three ter la Icing Sugar, 40, cr lib for Is Preserver, Water-glium, 3d tai Fernleaf Butter, le 2d lb Tai Tapia Factory Butter. le 2d 110 Black Horse
24 October 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand