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His MAJESTY'S THEATRE. EVERYTHING NEW TO-MORROW. A GIGANTIC SERIES OF STARSI AT HAYWARD'S PICTURES. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. The Show That Sets

His MAJESTY'S THEATRE. EVERYTHING NEW TO-MORROW. A GIGANTIC SERIES OF STARSI AT HAYWARD'S PICTURES. HAYWARD'S PICTURES. The Show That Sets

the Standard." TO-MORROW! A New Voserapb Life Portrayal— THE TIGER LILY. THE TIGER LILY. In Three Parte. "All fair • Lily. se Fierce end Revenge, till se • Tiger. In seek.ng the Dostruction , if her one Flesh and Blood to her Vsnity and Jealousy, eh. mem. her Doom." THE TIGER LI
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
R. BENNETTS, WATCHNILCER AND !FWELLER (Late et Cowie...era 61, • Illavadhrsi• .rami hewurs PIOTIDa dIF I A. yew that tee

R. BENNETTS, WATCHNILCER AND !FWELLER (Late et Cowie...era 61, • Illavadhrsi• .rami hewurs PIOTIDa dIF I A. yew that tee

buy.= of tits WO A Gawl.ster• Va. I.wa weld, sad coble3l4lbA loan se▪ nirol. I bow etertea a for wiran:f iv • st.dral .nt to Woodward's (1 er.th a perfortlr monto-dane weft, sad 1 Ar gl•d ao gear at I am specialism, iv the regained et war... I eoln and lewellerg of Wads. tad AS
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
WANTED. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES for TV SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. If wish to dispose of your Furniture with. oat the

WANTED. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES for TV SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. If wish to dispose of your Furniture with. oat the

troub:o of Auction us • itoICENZIE AND WILLIS. Auction's's. Cathedral Square Post TrAYE YOU £t?—lf so, to lu• LA and it as • deposit on • SECTION at RICCARTON. All we sob is a deposit of £6 the balance can be by monthly instalmonts of £1 9s 2d and intorsat) Your IS ineuted in th
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
MONEY TO N LEND. MORTGAGE or FREEHOLD, at Lowest Current Rates. Also on m - d 'YARD AND Solicitors, Cathedral

MONEY TO N LEND. MORTGAGE or FREEHOLD, at Lowest Current Rates. Also on m - d 'YARD AND Solicitors, Cathedral

Square, Christchurch; Leeston and Southbridge. WE HAVE SPECIAL OF £4OOO, TT A5OO, end AllOO and ASOO for Investment in One or at Current DOUGALL AND UPHAM, X 80, Wotom:er Street £4OO, £450, MOO, £lOOO, IVX Itosoo, and • number of Sums tor Investment. at Current Rates. G. B. RITC
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
£l7O. CITY, CENTRAL CAFE DINING R(X)9.18 AND OYSTER ROOMS BUSINESS. Good Business, Low Rent, Advantageous Lease Arranged. Owner retir;ng, •nct

£l7O. CITY, CENTRAL CAFE DINING R(X)9.18 AND OYSTER ROOMS BUSINESS. Good Business, Low Rent, Advantageous Lease Arranged. Owner retir;ng, •nct

being desirous of getting away at an early date will Sacrifice. Tull Partmutars from Sol* Agouti 90 G. TONES, NORTON AND CO.
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
HILLARY AND BAXTER. ESTATE AGENTS and LAND BROKERS. 146, MANCHESTER STREET. /3etween Hereford and Streaks. PRETTY BUNGALOW AT RICCARTOIC QPLENDID

HILLARY AND BAXTER. ESTATE AGENTS and LAND BROKERS. 146, MANCHESTER STREET. /3etween Hereford and Streaks. PRETTY BUNGALOW AT RICCARTOIC QPLENDID

Section, 52 feet frontage. 1.7 wall beantrfully of 11 good rooms, plastered. aft hail. panelled. cosy sorandah front and back, one and bay srind.ws, leadiights to front entrance and over transoms. tile and hearths. cap - beards and hoen bathrocm, Lavatory basin, hot and water ur
1 December 1913 - Lyttelton Times - Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
 
FISH MARKETS.

FISH MARKETS.

DUNDEE; ' medium.' ' & /' pr" ailed thii e k - since the - 9e». jrish »®j j • fleet was daily »» ~ , day, which was »r«^ 1 tinue rtry!^ w(l icfl $ ■ not exceeding .trer** ' which sold at n respcctiTely. j,.., •lOHNSHAVg. the four tiroes J .1 Monday and in b<- breezy weath©r» 11
1 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CAPTAIN OF STEAMER VOLTURNO.

CAPTAIN OF STEAMER VOLTURNO.

\ v As BLIKD Foil DAYS DISASTER, 18 STORY of fight Ith flames-1 W r -J • asspa '-ommiasioner, assisted ° r ~' in London continued : s hip y Ja >- into the loss of the ' t,lrno > which was aban- 10 ,*1 Inch *l * Ves had been loet. ■ G COQlln ander of the ill-' ( Ca^e and in reply
1 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOY MEETS TRAGIC DEATH BY FALLING OVER BALUSTRADE

BOY MEETS TRAGIC DEATH BY FALLING OVER BALUSTRADE

AT ABERDEEN TOWN HOUSE. A sad accident occurred Aberdeen Town House last night, as the result of which Arthur M'Allan, a boy of ten, the only son of Arthur M'Allan, the Town House keeper, met his death. Nobody saw the accident happen, but from the position in which the child was
1 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE MOTOR CYCLIST CRASHES INTO TRAMWAY SECTION-BOX,

DUNDEE MOTOR CYCLIST CRASHES INTO TRAMWAY SECTION-BOX,

AND LIES IN INFIRMARY IN UNCONSCIOUS CONDITION. Peter S. Mackie, cycle agent, Cardean Street, Dundee, sustained serious injuries in a motor cycle smash in Dundee last night. Mackie had conveyed a friend to Downfield in his side-car about half-past eleven, and while proceeding do
1 December 1913 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland